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"john frame" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Back to the Garden America Radio show with Brian John and Tiger Back after the first break, Segment number two Here on guard in America, Brian Main, John Bagnasco Target Palafox. Thank you for tuning in those on Facebook Live questions. Comments. Get them ready, elected what you have John framed in the one of the shots, at least the plume area. Looks like he's sitting in a jungle is our jungle studio. Bring it on. Guess target. We're ready to go. All right. So this morning we're chatting with Kate Spirit with Garden Center magazine. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? I am doing really well. It's wonderful day here in San Diego, and you know it's always fun chatting about gardening. But I'm really comported chatting with you because we're going to give our listeners some insights about what happened this year in garden centres, and maybe some of the things that they can expect to see over the next few months in next year in garden centers because over there at Garden Centre Magazine. You guys did a little bit of research for us, right? You know, Every year we put out a state of the industry report where we talked to garden centres from all over North America, Canada and the U. S. Has gone and what they're expecting to see in the coming year. Yeah. So I'm really looking forward to hearing some of this information. But tell us a little bit about what? What brought you into the industry. So I'm a journalist by trade and our civil years and worked on our lawn and let's eat publications. So that was going tio competing and lawn care companies and Ended up over here, which is good for me because I am a huge fan of growing in my own backyard, So it was just kind of a nice sort of confluence of events. So let's go ahead and start off by talking about you know this this report. How did you guys get this information? What You said you talked to garden centres in North America and Canada. How many garden centers? Did you guys pull? And how did you contact them for this information? So we put a survey out to our readership, which is also to own or operate an independent garden centre. So that's not your loan. That's not your Home Depot's either the independently owned and very small regional chains. So we reached out to them. They kind of expected at this point. We've been doing the survey for a couple of years. We got responses from about 300 independent garden centres. And just kind of went to work digging into all of the data, and you give in that report. What the guard isn't as ours for his independent. Ah, lot of them are family owned businesses, right? Yes, yeah Greenhouses and garden Center is the whole horticulture industry really does tend to be those family businesses and you know they're passed from generation to generation and I want to get to it at the end because there's some information that you guys had in the report about what to expect over the next few years. But being a fam small family business operation a lot of times You know? Did you hear about how cove it has, you know, change their business. Like what kind of changes are they Making? What? Our protocols. You know what did they report back to you guys in terms of the covert problem and how it changed their garden centres. Yeah, So that was I mean, that's probably that they change we've seen in the industry in decades and decades. Garden centers were incredibly Resourceful and very quick to change. And so as soon as they found out that code was going to be happening if they were able to stay open, there were some that had to shut down for a couple of weeks. And it was really rough start. Folks weren't really sure if it was safe to go out shopping so still really drops. But then they started doing these incredibly innovative things where they were taking phone orders. They were changing up their websites as quickly as possible. To offer whatever they could online. I know some garden centers that we're doing kind of face times video tours with their customers to show them what they had in stock. And for those folks who maybe didn't want to buy online they started doing virtual classes started doing for two workshops. Theme started doing delivery and curbside pickup. It was all of these changes. Just to try to keep their staff and their customers safe and to stay open. Yeah, I mean, that's crazy to hear about all that they did, because I mean, for the most part, you know, I grew up in this industry. It's a family business for me as well. To see how they've pivoted and changed and all these things that you're talking about in terms of, you know, updating websites and creating more of an online presence and taking phone orders in all of this stuff. I mean, that's a big deal. I mean, for the most part, garden centers were one of the last frontiers for online ordering where it wasn't a big thing yet meaning you know you can get your grocery food now online. You, khun, go any of this shopping, you want to do clothing or anything else you could do. Online garden centers were still one of those places. In hardware stores where you couldn't buy lumber very well online and you couldn't buy. You know some of those plants and soil bags online yet, but it seems like, you know, they're having to pivot and having to do that. Now, Do you see that kind of sticking around for a while? Kate? Ideo. It's something that the industry has honestly been talking about doing for years and years as long as I send around in the industry, and it's one of those things that just kind of, I think it's pushed to the wayside because it's It's expensive, and it's incredibly time consuming to put a photo and a price and everything you know, and they have to change it. A CZ still come up or prices change or new things come into inventory. It's just it's just really time consuming. But once it becomes sequence became something that you really couldn't get by without it. Um, it started popping up everywhere, and people are being really good success with it. And you know, like you were saying he's even buy your groceries online. If you could buy, you could even buy plants on Amazon Online. So garden centres. I think you're really going Tio.
"john frame" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"john frame" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Let's get to the stories. I'm your host Landis Wade thank you you for listening thank God. My duty was only a one night thing one night just one night. I smacked the plunger and watch the Brown sludge World Pool. It's way down the drain. The bathroom reeked of melon. Scented poop. Not a good candidate for chanels fall line of Perfume. I have to Grandpa out of his swamp and wrapped them in a tau. They just stood there and dripped water on the floor. I'd have to drive them to nasty. I started with his white main shaggy and thin and only partly damp but it was good enough on hand me. I didn't respond just tried to mop as much moisture often as I could before I puked dad's row but do the rest wrestled grandpa to the bathroom like a prisoner of war and lifted him into bed. John fitted the mattress with a clean crisp. Said if she's the only sign that anything out of the ordinary Mary had happened in the room was the faint smell of disinfectant. In the Air I read to Grandpa from Walt Whitman's leaves of grass. We've studied a few passes. Passages and Mrs Alonzo Alonzo Eleventh Grade English class. Everyone thought it sucked. But they don't appreciate good poetry like I do. Call Me Weird. My classmates did GRANDPA's eyelids. drooped shutters I read. I've heard what the talkers were talking. The talk of the beginning and the end but I do not talk at the beginning or the end. Jonah told his parents he probably probably spend the night so he was in the basement. Playing Video Games kid was an addict hours had passed between our madden marathon and FEMA Gatien time. I had to be maybe two. She were three in the morning at that point and the phone rang at two or three in the morning. Nothing good ever comes from a phone ring that our there's never a crazy radio. The host on the other end offering a cash prize out of the blue. There's never one of your teachers. Just getting in touch to cancel the homework assignment. You forgot was due the next day. It's never ever good so my heart did little flip flops. In my chest and GRANDPA's eyes fluttered open or what. I please my hand on his phone to keep them calm. Maybe keep e Com. John John I shouted as the shrill vibrated drew my stomach. Can you get that either. Heard me where it was wrong number because the ringing stopped at once I continued need. Reading from Whitman will never be any perfection than there is now anymore heaven or held in there is now and then I heard footsteps on the stairs in the hall slowly slowly Shuffling Holding Back Gabe. John said with a waiver in his voice. It's the police a jolt of Electrobi- shot up from my feet through my spine burned in my ears. I felt the blood in my face. Every red cell each tiny molecule bubbling and brewing. I saw a hand reach for the phone. Was it mine. You couldn't tell heard the voice on the other end very official deep monotone. Gambling left early. Atlantic City Expressway. Sway fell asleep. They were going not coming back forever. Yes forever no sure. They can't be right. This only happens to other people people. Please come to identify the bodies. Yes sir. John's hand on my shoulder warm tears on my cheek alone just me and grams and no no one can protect me. Not even John Frame rarely debut young adult novel. No sad songs. Two thousand eighteen was a two thousand nineteen Jasa quick picks picks for reluctant readers nominee and a vox top hope title fiction and essays appeared numerous publications including the Saturday Evening Post Cobalt Review Philadelphia Stories and Jersey. Devil press the first book and his debut Middle Grade Series. Please return to Norbert M Finkelstein it came out in September two thousand Nineteen Philadelphia Native Frank's life was transformed when he accepted a teaching fellowship. NYC public schools and discover discussed that a lifetime spent eating cafeteria. TATER tots will be a small price to pay for chance to shape. The future continues to split time between the page and the classroom will forever be amazed. At how each enriches the other. Frank now lives in high point. North Carolina with his best friend and use noxious alley cat and two hundred pounds worth of dull Charlotte readers. PODCAST is a member of the twin city. PODCAST network powered by North Carolina for more information. Go to Queen City PODCAST NETWORK DOT COM. Hey Frank welcome to the show. Thanks for having me Landis. Yeah so you're a middle grade teacher Eh. Some people call me slightly insane for doing that but I I would say that. It's probably one of the best decisions I've ever made in my life was well well. I wasn't a person that ever wanted to be a teacher. I watched my mother teach for about twenty years and I saw how difficult it was and how little money she made so one of the things that I wanted to do. Have a job that made more money and I told everybody I become a doctor because you know what Dr in their family forgot about the part. We're I'm afraid of blood and I just kind of fell into teaching by chance at a point in my life where I didn't really know what direction I wanted to go into and New York City public schools schools desperately need a teacher so I decided I would just give it a try and just being in the classroom first of all time to to get my thoughts looking towards writing but at the same time it gave me inspiration because every single day you come in contact with the type of readers that you're writing books for and you get a chance to see what kinds of things interest um you get a chance to see what kinds of things we're gonNA problems. They have in their lives and I just thought that it really added to the stories that I was always kind of thinking in my head. Did you cook. The middle school would have middle school. Picky that's a great question. When I when I joined a New York City public schools at the end there wasn't really a choice of either going to be middle school or high school and it Kinda just threw you into the school where they needed you? Most and I wound up in teaching eighth grade and I remember when they told me that I thought to myself. Oh my goodness because I've heard so many horror stories about how terrible what is teach middle grade level students and how the turn to you know monsters at that time of their lives but I found it pretty quickly that that is absolutely the opposite of the truth. At least he's in my in my experience and I just felt like it was a perfect age level for me for one reason. I don't know that I've ever actually progressed. Behind Middle School in my mind and for the reason You get a group of students who are still really eager to learn but at the same time. They're advanced enough on an academic level to go go pretty far into into literature. What subjects do you teach? I teach language arts which is basically a writing class and then I also teach literature which is which is reading. And you says something a moment ago about your readers So you you see your readers as the very the people that you're teaching. It wasn't always like that when I first started writing I I thought that was going to rape for adults in these espionage. Novels stuff And then when I started to really sit down and examine my writing. I realized that that wasn't the kind of rare that I really was. I was trying to be something that I wasn't. I had already been teaching for maybe ten years when I when I decided sided. I was going to start to write young adult and middle great stuff and I just thought to myself what am I doing. I have a group of students in front of me every single day. That are showing me the types of things things that should be in books today and I think I need to use that. Use My voice and get that out there in the world so it was kind of just fit lockstep for me in my life and so no sad songs. Your protagonist is a high school student and then in the book we're going to talk about that came out of September You're back down into the middle grades right. That's right and I noticed it in your writing First Person No sad songs did you. Did you do that as well. And the other other. I love writing in first person. I'm the type of person that likes to kind of stand around in somebody else's shoes and kind of walk around in learn their experiences one of the reasons why decided to use first person in no sad songs because I wanted to kind of live the life of this youth caregiver that I almost had the unfortunate opportunity to become when I was a teenager but I had my my parents around and kind of protect me there and just kind of wanted to live that that life so being able to write in the first person allowed me to kind of channel my own experiences through the character and and and then pick up on that character's experiences as well so I I kind of liked to read in first person. I don't have a rule against writing and other points of view but it just feels like for this this this particular age or both Middle Grade and young adult they respond. Really readers responded really well to hearing the voice of the actual character and feeling like they're actually on the page with uh-huh and there's a lot of humor Embedded within this poignant story in and the conversations that this protagonist tagging says in his head and with others. But it's very much high school and I'm sure this book as well as is Middle School so you hear that in the classroom you take notes about was when you're passing down the hallway or do you just remember from from your days. All of that is true. I think that first of all humor is is basically a major part of my life. I don't think I'd do anything or take anything very seriously. And it's by design part of that is from my experience dealing with with Alzheimer's in my life and knowing that you know when you're in a situation where where things seem dire sometimes the only way to get through it is through humor and through laughing being able to take the small moments and kind of laugh about them gotta raises your spirits in my classroom room. Yeah I'm constantly cracking jokes myself. I think I might be the biggest class clown in the class. which which might be a problem? I guess but I like to. If you're trying to keep I like to bring humor into into stories that have a serious a serious bent to them because I think that that is kind of how human beings get through. Those difficult difficult times is that we're we're able to laugh at things that normally would be pretty dire in your life but then you you can wind up getting through it by seeing heart parts of it are you are you do you become. Are there moments in your classroom. You taste language arts and and riding where you're inspired with. These young young kids writing others others constantly times when I read a story that we do a lot of creative writing my class and constantly town I read a story and I thought I think to myself. I really wish I would have thought the press by a student WHO's twelve or thirteen years old putting these putting these sentences together and these were together. That are just so poetic and I think back to myself when when I was thirteen or fourteen years old and definitely could not do that so yeah. I'm I'm inspired by seeing the progress that my students make and then I think he kind of pushes me to want to do even editor with my craft. Well no sad songs is said it. It's a story That has humor in it but also it's it's a story that has a serious side as well and you say that some of that Came from your own experiences in life. Talk about that when I was a teenager about fourteen years old. My grandfather was diagnosed with pick's disease. which is a form of dementia and At first we didn't really notice it it or we notice small changes in him. I don't think we really wanted to accept what was happening But when he got the diagnosis it all became real and pretty quickly and we started to see decline in his memory in his ability to socialize with people and he lived in Philadelphia at the time. When when my parents I live in South Jersey and they had to move into South Jersey to stay in a smaller apartment.
"john frame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is in love with lithium now for the latest in global news. Here's been Thanks Joe checkout on our good morning. Former Malaysian Prime Minister g Brazil is on trial today. Facing a long list of charges linked to the one MD be missing money scandal. He's charged with forty two counts of corruption and money laundering. And the case will shine a light on the complex transactions. The lead to the disappearance of at least four and a half billion dollars. The Jeep denies any wrongdoing. Veteran Algierian President Abdelaziz booty Pflieger has finally stepped down leaving the role after the head of the army said he should go without delay. The two year old had been in power for twenty years and had been wanting a new five-year term. It's not clear. Dutifully because departure will be enough to calm demonstrators whose demands have widened to include the removal of Algeria's entire ruling elite. The European parliament is in late European parliament votes are is in late may, but already Italy's league is raising the stakes. Bloomberg's John Allen explains. What will happen if the party scores highly it may seek to rewrite the government contract linking it to the five star movement. Ricardo Monti Nadi. A senior league lawmaker said the party would have more bargaining power. After the vote in Rome, John frame, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The city of Chicago has made history after electing a black woman as mayor for the first time former federal prosecutor, Lori Lightfoot won the vote by seventy four percent only the first openly gay leader of the third largest city in the US. And finally, a black beetle the size of a sesame seed is killing South Africa's trees, a no one knows how to stop it. Bloomberg's Pauline backs reports. Police shot whole gore is one of less than twenty bark beetle. The targets an extraordinarily wide range of healthy trees inside Africa. It has been found on across the country from the eastern port city of Durban to western indigenous forests near Cape Town Johannesburg has been hit the hardest because it has ten million trees in Johannesburg polling Bax, number Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Joe Shankar. This is Bloomberg jobs. Thank you, very sad story. I like the way you avoided having saved name that Beatles sounded very difficult to pronounce right? Let's get up to date with sports. His children Fulham have joined Huddersfield in being relegated from the Premier League. That Trump of back down to the championship was confirmed with a four one thrashing Wofford last night's Manchester.
"john frame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Our right to bring emotional no confidence in the government. If the government proves it's incapable of commanding, a majority in the house of Commons time will tell them that. But are responsible is the opposition is to make sure that we don't crush, and is believed to make sure that we have a government does come on majority in the Harrison does indeed come on support majority support across the country. The prime minister's appeal to Corbin opens the door to the possibility of a much softer form of Brexit, potentially. Keeping the UK inside the us customs union, it's worth noting that whatever kind of cross party agreement comes to pass the withdrawal deal at the moment. Looks to be staying the same. And that is the deal that's been voted down three times by parliament. Where yet also to wait for an e response and also big questions if we do end up moving in the UK towards a customs union what it will mean for the future of the conservative party. But as Brexit is still technically just nine days away, the UK services data that's out at nine thirty this more. Fresh off to move. The pound is likely to be high given that Brexit headlines remain the dominant driver in London John angel. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Speaking of services state, we did also get other choice in services today coming in better than expected that my also have fueled the risk on a little bit. As of course, has trade and other top story for us this morning as Chinese vice premier yo her resumes trade talks with US counterparts today. The goal is to reach a deal in the days after this visit bags currently has more. The talk seemed to make headway in resolving issues like those around intellectual property protection. Both sides are said to have been working through the text of an agreement that can be put before Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, and they djing has already announced various concessions and to open up its industries in Hong Kong. Currently, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, EU embassador meet in Brussels today to try to agree on a mandate to begin trade talks with the US and is Bloomberg's Jonathan Sterns explains. France is expected to resist giving the European Commission the green light to start negotiations. Crouse has been dragging its feet over a mandate for transatlantic talks since European trade. Cecilia Malmstrom requested in mid-january jittery that further delays could heighten the threat of US duties on European cars and auto parts the rest of the us been counting on France to remove its veto in Brussels. Jonathan Sterns, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and all this uncertainty around global trade sex the backdrop for the world trade organizations decision to slash its global trade growth forecast WTO director general Roberto as veto spoke to Bloomberg television yesterday. Those uncertainties are holding back investments, and so on and so forth and the investments, of course, dampen the numbers for trade to a large extent, I think the US China are the main source of their. And the IMF echoed those concerns managing director Christine Lagarde says the global economy is in a precarious position. And that it's been a synchronized deceleration around the world. But the a recession isn't likely in the near term now, let me just update you with some corporate news moving right now nine minutes into the equity market opens. We've had some said headlines come through from Santander. It's targeting progressive cost savings of one point two billion euros a year. This red headline on the Bloomberg along with this one Santander is to invest more than twenty billion euros in the digital and tech business. So these were couple of headlines coming through just to see how Santander stock is reacting as well. Where up one point eight percent, ten minutes into the session. So those us top stories now for the latest in global news. Here's Bloomberg's Laura Laura. Thanks narrow formulation prime minister, nausea, bras, like is on trial today. Facing a long list of charges linked to the one. MD be missing money scandal. He's charged with forty two counts of corruption and money laundering. And the case will shine a light on the complex transactions that have led to the disappearance of at least four and a half billion dollars. Nudge denies any wrongdoing. Veteran Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has finally stepped down leaving the role after the head of the army said he should go without delay. The eighty two year old had been in power for twenty years and had been wanting a new five-year, Tom. It's not clear if beautifully departure will be enough to calm demonstrators whose demands have widened to include the removal of all Jerry's entire ruling elite. 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"john frame" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
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"john frame" Discussed on Daily Grace
"According to his good pleasure. He's the one that invites us to join in on his work. So all of that to say it does require work, but don't get discouraged. Yeah. Absolutely. And you know, the bible God's word plays a huge role in that sanctifying process that process of growing in holiness by the power of God. Right. The power of the Holy Spirit. You know to second Timothy three sixteen going back to that verse again talks about how scripture is useful for training us in righteousness. And so yeah, it does take discipline to go to God's word and to ask those questions. But when we do that. We gain a greater knowledge of him. And like we said before we are transformed into his image. So one thing I wanted to add to that the suggestion of reading book of the bible through is choose a short book of the bible. You know, we didn't give you an exact book to start with. But just a recommendation is choose a shorter book of the bible. So that you can read it from beginning to end one sitting maybe and that you can repetitively read it there is such a benefit of just sitting down and reading for content and context, you don't have to have a pencil case of highlighter every time you come to the word. Right. So just read it, but I will also highly recommend setting the goal for yourself resolved to read through the word in one calendar year. I know that this cystic has kind of floating around social media, but it takes about seventy hours to read through the. Entire bible. I'm a slow reader. So it might take seventy five hours. Seventy five hours we can afford seventy five hours in one calendar year of our lives. And so I wanted to do that. I also had two more suggestions. But before I go onto them Joanna. Let's share your suggestions. Yeah. So I would say, you know, like we said before there is no substitute for God's word. But that doesn't mean that extra biblical resources right resources outside of the bible that doesn't mean that those aren't helpful to us as well. So I did want to recommend if you're looking for maybe some books to help you along this journey. I have a few suggestions. So I love Jen. Wilkins books. None like him and in his image and these books go through twenty attributes of God, the first one is what we call incommunicable attributes which are attributes that we don't share with God. Right. Like that. He is all powerful. Oil or that he is sovereign. And then the other book in his image. Are the communicable attributes those are things that we can reflect like God's love, for example. So these are really accessible easy to read putt. Just packed full of awesome truth resource for you to kind of start on that journey of even learning some terminology. If you're interested in that if you want to maybe get a little bit more scholarly. I have to the Allah g books that I highly recommend they're both called systematic theology. But one is by Wayne gruesome and one is by John frame. These are great kind of reference books that you can go to to kind of learn about God and his attributes and how how scripture describes him. Yeah. I was really excited when I saw that you mentioned them. Yes. They're so good. They're huge bugs. But I absolutely love them. Now one. The other thing I want to mention, and I can't stress the importance of this enough is the local church. Your local church being involved in Christian community in person is incredibly important you need to be sitting under the teaching of those in leadership over you. Right. Teaching from your pastors and elders leaders in your church, you know, having someone in your community to walk alongside of you in your study of scripture right in a discipleship role..
"john frame" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This thing online to vote for your favorite gyco commercials of all times, they just they used that as their own. Of their own little when you get a bunch of people in a room. And you ask them their thoughts on something. That's just a survey. But more like a focus group of what spots to run. And now, that's those are the ones they run a camel hump day camel. That's big in a big way, you won't like that of your teacher, forget how long ago that was what I know. Just saying it was a big thing like in middle school that the home. In the hallway the kids just wouldn't shut up over hump day. Now, it's on a five-year rest. And now it's back and you'll start putting up with that again. Eight thirty nine. And. For a democrat or two out there who were looking forward to twenty twenty until a OC fired up, and she is an absolute God's gift to Republicans. So far the green new deal is one the other one. Of course is the the Amazon case of last year in New York, not quite going the way the world thought it was going to. And so we had the cut Joe Scarborough MSNBC is complaining about a democrat. You know, there's an issue Scarborough made his point and the guests on the show has to do with just financial illiteracy. And again, I think the most amazing aspect of this is supposedly that's what she majored in. Economics and should have known. There never was some three billion dollars laying around no money that the city was ever going to give Amazon it was just a tax cut. So anyway, the guy he may Scarborough made his point and his guest wants to make the the opposite point, which is basically that AFC is God's gift to Republicans hit it when you have Alexandra or k zero Cortez who I find extremely dangerous at this point. I hope she doesn't tweet that who are you die Deutsche. I don't care about you or anything because basically she has Twitter following that serve. That's how base to basically come out and say as you pointed out, what a great thing is we can take that money and give it to teachers, it doesn't exist. It's an abatement twenty seven billion dollars. We put down three that's business. That's what happens and you attach this to the green deal, and you're handing President Trump. President Trump now gets a the Democrats don't want jobs the. Kratz don't want companies coming to your neighborhoods. The Democrats have a green deal that wants to seventy percent tax rate that wants John frame. But even if you just handed to you that just tuition handed, you socialism, we in a dangerous place. And if people don't in the party don't start to speak up against people like ALgeria. Okay. As you Cortez who was young and dynamic, but does not know what she's talking about and her and her co workers, some of these new fresh progressive faces are gonna hand the presidency back to Donald Trump. I want everybody to understand that. And it's it's true. And I said that Steve Roberts earlier in the hour. All the Democrats really had to do with the people in the middle who are not wild about Trump all they had to do was be normal and instead of being normal this happen. This is some of the wacky stuff. I've heard from the left in my lifetime. I mean, usually there are people who say things like this. But you don't put them out front. Like, you all think it's a good idea. This new green deal actually, put a OC out front. With veteran lawmakers as though it's actually a good idea for us to live off of wind and solar. That's not gonna happen. Getting rid of nuclear living off wind and solar. Number one. It's both would be ridiculously expensive. I have to dig this up somewhere. Read the number of total acres or square, miles of solar panels and wind farms that you would need in or and it doesn't work anyway. Because as you might not know, this probably doesn't know this. But Wendy, are you using wind and. Solar. You have to have say a coal plant or one of the regular plans. We have they have to be on backup running in the event. You don't have enough wind or don't have enough sun. You still have the other plant running. It's not like you got rid of it and closed it. It still has to be there. And you can't just hit a switch and fire it up when there wasn't enough sun. It has to be running all of the time. You didn't get rid of the coal plant. It's sitting there running while you're using the wind and the solar. That's something else. They don't tell you. It's not going to go away. The dumbest thing ever did was get rid of nuclear. There's no carbon whatsoever. No carbon waste from nuclear at all it is by far the cleanest. How many people have died Maniglia power plant? We don't build them like the Russians the Soviets at the time Chernobyl when they built Chernobyl scientists around the world said that is a stupid design that that is a harebrained designed for a nuclear power plant, and it ended up melting down. I mean, the Three Mile Island Three Mile Island. No one died there Fukushima. No one died there. How many people have died digging coal? Probably around the world thousands a year thousands a year. We don't hear about mommy China. It barely makes the paper when six hundred people buying a coal mine. Nuclear is very safe no carbon whatsoever. That's what we do. We get rid of it. We don't need that. So. Yeah. That that might come up in a trivia quiz. Sometime. Did you know the coal plant has to keep running even though we're living off the wind and solar didn't know that. It's eight forty four right now. Eight forty four at seven hundred wwl w and my other favorite story of the weekend is apparently. The story broke that they were priests who were abusing nuns that led to the story breaking that nuns as well as priests were sexually abusing kids. Tim's who died a nuclear power plant who died where Tim or is it Jim? I just wanted to let you know or people have died in entities hard than a nuclear plants in the United States. I remember that bumper sticker from back in the day. So yeah, I'm not aware of anybody dying in the US are over. And that's not the only one I do you. Remember this Ted Kennedy ad that got national lampoon sued. I remember hearing something about it. But that that was a that was. Yeah. But they used to be an ad that showed a Volkswagen bug would float in water. So the ad the lampoon put out was if Ted Kennedy drove a Volkswagen he'd be president today because of the Chappaquiddick thing. Yeah. I I haven't met. Yeah. Yeah. That was a big one back in the day that led to a lawsuit that an ad company that probably earned their money. But unfortunately, yeah, probably got hired for two. Yeah. Actually, it was lampooned. It was done as a joke. It wasn't even an ad if Ted Kennedy, drove a Volkswagen. He'd be president today. My other favorite was somebody found of long distance photograph some Papa Rasi photograph of Ted Kennedy. In the ocean in like a Chris craft sized pleasure boat. Well, Chris craft made boat, and you can tell by the positioning that he is engaging and will contact you might say with some woman in the boat. You see him up you see two legs coming up beside him. It's obviously what's going on. And someone took the photo when I forget where it was published, and then somebody in congress, and I forget who it was was quoted by saying something like, you know, what we're seeing. Here is true. The Senator from Massachusetts has changed his position on offshore drilling. Which I thought was pretty funny to offshore drilling. Chuck is pretty funny. I laughed out loud as disposition on offshore drilling. I I get it. Yeah. Yeah. I thought you might. God I'm sitting here. Looking at things you've you see when looking have not opened this yet. The headline is this is click bait, and I will click on it. Fifteen celebrities who are just plain ugly. I don't want. We should kind of guess who might be on there before we look I'm gonna go with Ernest borgnine. Just wonder that came out. And are we talking about when they aged? Or when they were stars. It doesn't it just says let's see the first one was somebody with big lips. No lady Gaga. Now. She's not put this list together. What's his name from David Schwimmer from friends? Well, at least about average, I think Mick Jagger on here as being just plain ugly. In matters of taste. Tori, spelling? Yeah. This is this one's bad click bait and the lady who looks like a cat. Yeah. We can all go along. Gotcha. And sarah. Jessica Parker who I read that. She's on a lot of ugly list. And I never thought so no, no, especially since he's from here. Well, that's not the point now with a we support our locals we should anyway. Yes. We who. This guy is looking pretty dashing guide to me race driver. Adrian Brodie pretty good. Looking guy looks dashing? Maybe Italian racecar driver. I'll agree with a smile. Miley. Cyrus is on there. Now, your credit card number has been sent. Well, this is this is I heart stuff here. Okay, fine. We're good enough of that nonsense almost eight forty nine. And what he got my very little. That's how well things have been moving along on this president's day holiday from the UC help traffic center. UC health insci- lives. Hope there's a broken down on girly at.
"john frame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From apple ahead of that shares down one point six percent so far in the first hour of trading. The US certainly weighing over apple is what happened with Invidia and Caterpillar, both signaling a slowdown in China. We know how important China is to apples forecasts joining us here in our Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studios is our own John Butler, senior telecom services and equipment analyst for Bloomberg intelligence, John we love having you. Thank you. Do you think that people are still to optimistic about Apple's results based on what we've seen from Caterpillar from NVIDIA? They may be is the answer. Normally when you see a pre announcement for a big company like apple they preannounced they issued new numbers for the quarter. But they kind of warned do, you know, this is our first take at the. The quarter. We really haven't rolled up all the numbers yet. So the actual numbers could differ from the pre-announcement Abed. And I think analysts are operating a little bit in the dark. I mean, we had a press release, but we had no call to go along with it. So really all eyes are going to be on the outlook. Tomorrow went apple reports. After the close they typically give a forward one quarter, look, but people can extrapolate from that based on commentary on what's going on in China. What's going on with the pricing situation with the iphone and so forth? So John frame out for us. Just how important China is to the apple story. So in the last quarter, China was just shy at twenty percent of revenue. So China has been a huge market for apple they've done very well there they have a large basis stores there and they're selling more than the iphone. They're right there. There are services being sold in China, their, ipads, and Macs being sold in China's so in my view, the whole price war has really hurt them on the smartphone side, and they probably have a similar mix. There were iphone is over sixty percent of revenue in China. That's my guess. Certainly the rise of the Chinese rivals. There has been a big factor for them while way up. Oh, Yami vivo. These are all great phone makers. Yeah. It talking about the phone in particular. I was looking at a Sanford Bernstein analyst commentary on Friday, Tony Sakanaka, and he was saying that the iphone inventory buildup may lead to lower guidance for the current quarter. Can you give us some color on the iphone inventory buildup, and why that could be so concerning so typically apple will keep they manage to four to six weeks of inventory in the channel. So they ship out to retailers like best buy, for example. And then best buy we'll sell through to consumers if in the Kate in this case, I think apple miss price, the high end the iphone and they misjudged demand. And so. Guys, like best buy ended up with bloated inventories. And so there's more than four to six weeks or we'll take more than forty six weeks to work that inventory down to the four to six week range in. So apple ends up in future quarters shipping. More shipping less pardon me out to those channels. And so ultimately, they end up lowering their revenue guidance on the on the coming quarter the quarters beyond that is anyone's guess, it's left up to the analyst to cat recast estimates. So John looks like the stocks kind of treading water here. It's only about fan about eight percent for the last twelve months. I think you know, if I'm an investor in this name, I gotta get comfortable with the fact that I think the stories transitioning from a phone unit sales story to a services business and beauty think the services for apple can ever be a driver for this company. Or is it always going to be what what's the next product. I think it can. I mean that is the big question on apple kind of like a Cisco has gone through this where they were appear hardware vendor. And then they realized they really needed a lot more software in the mix. And I think apple has gone through that they've gotten ahead of it a little bit this services business is sizable. It's not gigantic. But it's around fifteen percent of revenue and growing it's been a big focus for them. So the easy answer is someday. I think they could get their can they get there in the next year or so I don't think so I think it's gonna take time, but they have. One hundred and thirty billion in cash on the balance sheet that they can put to work to really get their almost overnight. So there's been a lot of speculation about what apple could buy to get there. Just real quick here. I'm curious. Do you think it's going to be a negative surprise? And do you think the shares will tank in response to a mess? So I can't comment on price action in the stock. I will say there is a little room for downside in the current quarter. It's all about the outlook. And so it typically takes a couple of quarters for the company and analysts to get it. Right. And I think part of it is management sort of it doesn't always know what's going on. And it takes time to really get a handle on the problems how to address them. And then ultimately worked down those him Tories. John Butler, senior telecom services and Allison Bloomberg intelligence. Thanks so much John for bringing us up to speed on what to look for for the apple after the close tomorrow this gopher world and national headlines with Martin Carl Bloomberg news, Paul and some folks usually aren't. Related to return to work on a Monday morning. But this morning is different for hundreds of thousands of federal employees like Linda hill who works at the EPA exhilarating knowing that will give paid for in the future. 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"john frame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Would be less than ten percent. There's still a messy public market pool of liquid assets out there. And I think what the pension funds in the damage have done is changed their profile reflecting the duration risk. But I'm assuming that they will manage snail manage their holding enough liquidity for this eventual, downton no, I don't think so it's it's not one of my top. I got plenty of worries. But that's the tough you. I know you go into every new year with a list of ten goals. Yes. What's at the top of your list? The thing I'm trying to get my arms around most is the effectiveness and efficiency that take spent. So what do I mean by that? We spent about four billion dollars a year on technology. There is a massive new technologies that are evident to all of us. Whether it's machine learning robotics, all of a sudden people talk about it in Davos, cloud computing, big data management, cyber digital. And that's a relatively small percent of what we spending. So are we being as affecting in how we're applying at full being dollars efficiency is just. We've changed a lot have. We changed our infrastructure to reflect that so really getting in the weeds of the fastest growing expenditure, and the biggest expenditure and the most important expenditure would argue behind fem is probably number one number two. We've talked to fill in small, and I want to be clear about this not lodged deals in wealth and asset management. We did one last year for about two hundred hundred west. Yeah. That kind of that kind of transaction. Nice little filling to have platform and the other one's a secret. I can't tell you about because they Michael James one last Davos question for you today. I believe you were on a panel with a number of Saudis, and it leaves people asking the question, and it's a legitimate question. Is it time to let the Saudis out of the penalty box. I don't think that's the right way to ask the question. I don't think Saudi Arabia is in the penalty box. I think what happened with the murder of come out. Jamaica kashogi in the Saudi consulate in Turkey was oddly unacceptable and the world, including the Saudis one of understand exactly what happened and until that is resolved and enough. Fly Sean on it people. Keep asking question. The meantime, Saturday's the country thirty two million people. These folks deserve a shot the country's transforming itself at a social level, the gender bias that has been in place. Forever is starting to be brought back to what we would consider sort of normal like letting women drive cars for example, attend sports events, for example. The economy is diversifying away from dependence on oil. They just got included in the in the footsie, and the s&p indices, these are really positive things. Let's not heard all the Saudi people while this investigation goes on. But let's get the investigation done James. Well, put great seeing you here at the World Economic Forum. Great to be with us. Appreciate john. That is James Gorman. He is the chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley back to you. Thank you very much. Great work, Eric as always a little bit. Of course will be catching up with the Goldman. Goldman Sachs David Solomon right here on Bloomberg TV and on Bloomberg radio. We welcome our listeners and our audience across various platforms right here on Bloomberg surveillance on day three of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, from Mr. Gorman, a bang-up eared, ugly, December I'm gonna go Tober was not that sporting as well that's true, all banking, and particularly transatlantic banking that would evolve to the Barclays chief executive officer just daily here. He is in the state of his. Banking. I think the banks are in very good shape. I think around the world the level of capitalisation is a multiple. Was our our capital directly that asks us at Barclays is more than three and a half times what it was in two thousand seven the calculation of risk on our balance sheet is two to three times more stringent than it was in two thousand seven the level of quantity that we are. Required to hold. I think the banking system, actually, whilst I know more than likely there will be financial crisis. It will probably occur somewhere else in the financial ecosystem. They actually think this time. There's a chance the banks will be the buffer as opposed to the cause. Where did you see the next crash is coming from? I what region is. Is what I would say is is there's an there's an extremely high amounts of debt that's been accrued both in sovereign balance sheets as well as corporate balance sheets on the back of essentially zero risk free interest rates. And then I think. The banking sector has shrank disk capacity to take on debt on its own balance sheet that debt has gone to instruments like collateralized loan obligations are called ceelo's. They've gone into more more investment products that have trunch trenching challenges that were created in two thousand seven. So I think the question is going to be whether there'll be some sort of liquid heat shock around credit overall that will pull credit away from the capital markets input issuers under pressure. We sort of saw that in December zero high yield debt issued in the world in December. And there are a lot of companies that have high yield bonds that need to roll them over if that had extended and talking about extension of government stop that had extended into the first quarter that self I think would've created potentially a credit shock in investment banking scale does have value, and you know, we have the same balance sheet risk weighted assets and balancing that Morgan Stanley does. So Barclays has the scale today to compete with the large American banks, and you see that in terms of are gaining market share in terms of of our activities and debt capital markets. And then if you don't have the scale. Well, if you talk to any investment banker who has been to a merger of two investment banks. They will tell you. They do not work. Go talk to someone from DOJ. Go talk to someone from First Boston talk to someone from J, P, Morgan and Bear Stearns. And I was their merger of investment banks does not work as a way to get scale. Mr. barklay for Mr. Gorman a mortgage Stanley. And of course, a lot of other conversations Brian Moynihan yesterday and David coming up as well and even them and their entourage is their teams. All eyes will have to Frankfurt Germany here in a moment. Follow constructive for the global banking system compared to where we were maybe a month ago. Just. Different American conversation versus what we've seen from Europe and competitive Europe over the last several years. There's a reason why the Europeans have struggled so much compared to the Americans. And it's not just about a recapitalization of the banks that America versus Europe a decade ago is about the negative interest rates of the want to set this up for Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television, WorldWatch Europe a decade ago. It's about the negative interest rates of the want to set this up for Bloomberg radio, and Bloomberg television worldwide, and one of the great distinctions here is how these press conferences work is a bad way. That's each different. Mr. Draghi's gonna come out with that. I think are comfortably brief comments. And then there's a Acuna John wants a difference in his comments versus the line by line careful minutia almost that we get out of the fed. I have to say that it's become a chilly a lot more confusing under Maria, Dr greed, recently, I'm competitive straight-talking champion, pow which has been proven to have its faults as well over the last few months for for president Draghi. I think increasingly the audience that listened to him and follow that news conference that finding it hard. How he sees the euro-zone economy and the risks around broadly balance when what we see is a weakening pitcher for the continent. Let's go over to foreign exchange right now look for John show next year, the real effects, we look forward to that is this is important sterling moving its own story euro grinding weaker over the last couple of days, but then blended affects index X Y his barely moved. There's different currency dynamics. Among all the major currencies. EM or they so part of the g seven. Yeah. And if you think about why we have negative interest rates and just think about the sequencing of all of this going back to two thousand fourteen it was really difficult for President Mary to get what he really wanted which was QA and one of the options he did have was the take the deposit right into negative territory. And there is a decent arguments have make that actually did work through the FX channel it helped to weaken the euro one, it harms think within the argument of a lot of people out there, it harmed the financing and the financial system for the banks. If you ain't the tax for the back BNP Paribas in France or Deutsche Bank in Germany, dealing with a two year piece of negative rate that doesn't work, but to the point of a balance sheet, and what will listen for your John frame before we go to poor Gordon inferno for the difference in the EU balance sheet. UCD balance versus the fed balance sheet. They're totally different while the Federal Reserve balance sheet is rolling down because they're allowing things over getting smaller CD balance sheet is not rolling golf because they are investing maturing assets on the balance sheet how invested over the next several years really reminds to be Japan, and like the essence as far as I know they've gone that far but the next hour. Story. I think the next option for them. I think in the mind and how thanks a little bit more. Once again, some in France, Germany, Paul Gordon with us, our European central banks editor Paul Gordon. Very interesting. What we're going to hear from Mr Draghi? What's the first question? You would ask Mr Draghi? Well, it depends on what he says in his opening statement because the key phrase, which you have alluded to here is whether he says the risks to economic growth are now tilted to the downside or whether he sticks to the car language, which is broadly, balanced, but moving toward the downside economic data this morning. The purchasing managers index is pretty bleak. It does show for example, GM and manufacturing contracting for the first time in more than four years and the your air economy as a whole not far above the fifty level, which is the dividing line between expansion contraction. So it'd be changes it the language. We will be asking him does that mean you putting off the challenge of a right hike until maybe twenty twenty as markets generally expects? And if he doesn't chase language you have to ask why why you domestic. Gordon? Thank you so much greatly. Appreciate it at the European Central Bank. Banking will look forward to the drug headline as well. Joining us right now, an important voice for Europe, an important voice for the transatlantic politics going back to the Atlantic charter of ages ago, the debris out of World War Two and the development of the North Atlantic Treaty organization that leads us to the Norwegian Jens Stoltenberg, and among other things I should say absolutely remarkable that seven or eight years ago, you wander to the self poll honor of your Amazon, what was it like going to the south pole, not by Hillary? Now what I didn't go on skis to south pole. We went in by plane, but we were there to to to celebrate the hundred over the first mind reaching this Seoul, South pole knuckles action. Priming is we had the big event to Mark the big event for NATO is its survival. You ever challenging President Trump. You have a challenge. And now you re group who forgive us the NATO philosophy for two thousand nineteen into the future. So NATO philosophy is that as long as Europe and North America stands together, then we are strong. Then we are fifty percents of world's economic might. And fifty percents of the world's military might so. So from my main toss needs to make sure that we stand together despite some differences on issues like trade climate change NATO has proven extremely capable of uniting around the courthouse to defend each other. And the good thing. Now is that European allies are stepping up when it comes to defense spending since President Trump came into office in twenty sixty talk about that. Because the president's instinct that is correct. The various governments of NATO have not made their contributions and the way they promised to. Did you agree with him? When he first started making those concerns and vocalizing them a whole lot more loud over the last year or so I agree with him..
"john frame" Discussed on Uncover
"This is the one that's my favorite photo. I love that photo is just to spark in his eyes. I remember he always referred to me is my little sister and once years and years ago, I won a Snow White contest. I was singing, and he was telling everybody about my little sister who won the Snow White contest. And it was getting a little bit embarrassing after point. That's how he introduced me Betty cork, captain, John steals younger sister. She sits in an immaculate white living room with her daughter. Julie John's framed photo is on the side table next to Betty's chair. They still use his nickname, Jack gentleman, Jack, which really was the way Jack was there was about nine years difference in our ages. But we were nevertheless, very close. If you can take us back to sort of the the summer of nineteen sixty five I was around thirty three we were just in our living room stunning up. Now that time we didn't have televisions we just had radio and I heard on the radio Canadian Pacific. So I was think oh what's happened. There's been a an accident at one hundred mile house, and I said the captain, John. They set. Steal course. Almost collapsed because nobody had told us it. Nobody told us that he'd been killed. I remember I wanted to just run. And there was a big field behind us. All I wanted to do was go out the door and just run run run. But my husband at the time grabbed me and held me very tight to come down. So he held me in that grip for about five minutes. Ten minutes to three -ality set him. What had happened? Nobody came out and spoke about how they feel. It was just wasn't done. I just felt helpless because I didn't know what to do Julie Betty starter sits across from us. She was just ten years old when the crash happened and the tragedy was that it never to happen because this unknown person whoever it is or was to this day has gone undetected. And I personally believe that the person who to detonated that are responsible was not on the plane. I believe it was somebody else..
"john frame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's eight oh one here in London nine one. If you're listening in Frankfurt or Paris. We are indeed seeing Asian stocks coming under pressure led lower by China in particular European markets. Just getting out of the gates the stock six hundred lower by a quarter of a percentage point. We did see European stocks capping a second weekly loss on Friday. And that's where we're starting out this week as well, it seems that Saddam by almost four tenths of one percent. We're still waiting for that opening figure out of Germany the Footsie-100 trading. Little changed maps softening somewhat, but only marginally at this stage, the footsie MIB taking the biggest toll when it comes to European trading. So far inequities down by almost a percentage points when it comes to the handover, then we have been watching Asian stocks under pressure. The Shanghai composite index. Dropping the most since June now declining by as much as three point seven percent. Where seeing red arrows freely across the board with the hang sang down by one point three percent earlier. We saw the sixteen hundred shebek shop with a loss of almost one point four percent. So overall negative figures in Asia Japan spent shut for a holiday I just want to quickly add Colombo it's Columbus Day in the United States while we're on the topic of national holidays, which means that treasuries won't be trading. This this Monday when it comes to FX, the UN has weakened to below six point nine against the dollar when it comes to both the offshore as well. As the short version the on shore version now at six point eight nine ninety so it's capped some of its previous losses still down by about four tenths of one percent. But it to the commodity space metals are jumping with the Chinese markets aluminium prices down by let's see if I can get my global commodities screen up on my Bloomberg. Tom and all it is lower now by two point nine percent. And we're gonna be talking a little bit more about eliminating prices in just a moment. Use of actually we're going to do that right away. Because they're major implications for the moves that we're seeing in commodity prices. That's got more stocks to watch specifically Lindbergh's SAM's unsteady joins us in our London studio. Sam. Mean run us through then which which shares are going to be in focus off the back of these aluminum price moves north hydros want Rio Tinto, south thirty two. What's on the radar? Yes. No sky. Jerry is probably the most interesting. Last week Norsk Hydro said they were considering slide down or presence at the largest alumina plant in the world in Brazil that sent Norsk Hydro prices down. But it's an aluminum prices up say they fell a lot on Wednesday. Then they rose on Friday because they moved they had made a Wednesday Senate aluminum prices up and then over the weekend they've decided now that they're going to reverse that decision. And so limited prices are falling, but knows hydra rising because it's that plant. Okay. So we're expecting that negative correlation to continue well seventy for today. Anyway. So no sky drive opened up about six or seven percent this morning. So he said that the benefiting day, and then the question is in the second day aluminum prices continue the fully you just talking about. Will they continue to do that Rio? Tinto? No, huge reaction this yesterday. But south thirty two which is also tried in Australia. They fell in Australia, and they're doing the same thing in London. They're down about three and a half percent. We also need to look Schroeder's, pardon me. That was my you. Actually, I forgot the use of the kids the kicked it off show. It's closing in on a really big deal with with with Lloyds banking group. Yes. This is interesting shirt as if seemingly being the front runner for this. This is a very large investment mad about one hundred and nine billion pounds worth Bassett's to manage. So it's a very very big deal. Pretty the most coveted one is this going on the market at the moment. These statement they put out this morning is that they're looking I kind of more of a collaboration on wealth management with Louis banking group, which then raises some slightly different questions shares and Schroeder's they benefited the end of last week and they merged as front runner. They're doing the same thing today. They're up about one point two percent. I think once we actually get a sense of the shape of the deal. That's when we'll get to see how how much this will impact writers. And finally an analyst note on airlines from city in the sector in focus after recent warnings from Ryanair EasyJet Air, France traffic stats Dirac today. Lufthansa tomorrow. Yeah. That's right. So Ryan Aaron EasyJet have really crazy. This concern say Ryan had a big profit warning EasyJet just before that had cut guidance. The city news of gets across. I think what most people are feeling in the market at the moment. Which is the airlines are in a very precarious position to this huge capacity increase over the last few years. They've also fuel prices are now going higher, but along with this past increases, that's that's pressing margins and with the growth of low cost carriers as well that margin question becomes much more more important and the main change in that note this morning was I J. Downgraded that down about one and a half percent today. But actually, this is a note seems to speak to a much larger issue in airlines. Absolutely. I suppose they're the one of the few stocks holding up in this sector is f-. Ron's Kalem after September group passenger traffic rose by two point seven percent. Those FRANZ scale I'm shows sort of bucking the trend higher by six tenths of one percent. Some instead, I wanna thank you. That was Bloomberg Sam instead with the stocks to watch this morning. Yeah. Let's flesh out the story around China. I mean, the market just closed the biggest drop Marcus in more than two years. Three hundred four point three percent of central Bank has cut the amount of cash lenders were sold as reserves for the fourth time this year. Now, the People's Bank of China lowered the required reserve ratio for that is by one percentage point effective from next Monday. The cut will release a total of one hundred seventy five billion dollars. Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie in Beijing calls the move stimulative to China's economy really should be in the context of what we're seeing in terms of monetary policy fiscal moves to ease the burden on the economy here, particularly amidst. A slowdown structurally for the Chinese. Of course, the US China trade war. Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie in Beijing. We also need to talk about the Federal Reserve this morning, Saint Louis fed president James Bulat feels good about the level of rates and inflation in the US today. He spoke to Bloomberg TV earlier this morning, we're at a good level of rage today for our environment today. We don't have to be projecting planned rate hikes at this point. We can react to data as it comes in. We can feel our way and see where we wanna go. But I don't think. It's a situation where we need to get a lot higher with the policy rate in order to contain inflation. Because there just isn't that much inflation pressure in the US economy, not a lot of inflation pressure. That was James Bullard Saint Louis fed president he is not of voter this year on the setting FOMC. Yeah. In the meantime, Brazilian media are calling a runoff in the presidential election after right winger is bolsa narrow one the first round but failed to gain outright victory. Bloomberg's Bruce Douglass reports from Brasilia George Bush Royd former army captain doomed to a huge lead in the first round of Brazil's presidential elections on Sunday. The result the seven term congressman who grew or fires Brazil's period of military rule on track for victory in the second round on October twenty eighth then he will face leftist Workers Party candidate for Nando adagios in Brasilia bridge Darcus, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Okay. That was Brazilian politics. Let's also talk a little bit about UK politics. Prime Minister Theresa may has a pile of work on our desk. Having put the conservative party conference behind her and dispelled any imminent threat to her leadership May's main task is happening behind the scenes after have Brexit blueprint did not get the positive feedback that she'd hoped for. The last summit of European leaders. She has very little time to turn things around. If a deal is to get done by November. And she's in a rush to get it through parliament, of course, world's going to be hearing from Michel Barnier, we hope later on this week as he's trying to set out essentially, his vision of the case relationship with the European Union going forward rolls seeing the Brexit secretary. Dominic Robb in Brussels this week four negotiations said this morning. We are seeing the cable rate under some pressure down by three tenths of one percents. Yousef on the corporate front. They've got Lloyds banking group and Schroeder's finally confirmed that they are in talks about working together, the wealth sector came in response to a report that they are planning to combine their wealth management units. According to Sky News to deal with see Loyd's owning fifty point one percent of the venture. Let's get you some more headlines from around the world. Here's Bloomberg's Leon GARRETT'S. Thank you Marcus Turkish authorities claim of. Prominent Saudi journalists has been killed in Istanbul. One. Turkish official is saying Jamal casualty was killed inside. Saudi Arabia's consulate follow is geez is a professor of international relations. He says there could be trouble ahead take salvia relations, which are under tremendous strains will likely be pushed to the breaking point as a result of the disappearance. Malka shook sheet poll says its general secretariat has received the resignation of Mung-hung we as the organizations president with immediate effect. He's been reported missing on a trip to China from France. Chinese authorities later said he'd been detained for violating the law. Interpol says South Korean Kim, Yong Yong's become its acting president as we heard earlier Italy's populist government is fighting the European Union over its fiscal plans. The greenberg's Joan Flaine says reinforcements are coming at an event in Rome on. Monday deputy premier Matteo Salvini will be flanked by marine Le Pen, the French nationalist leader, expect another attack against Brussels in the run-up to European parliamentary elections in may in Rome. John frame Gruenberg, daybreak Europe and US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has met North Korea's leader Kim Jong on NPR neon. Bloomberg's so bureau chief Peter says they renewed their discussion on denuclearization. US officials said the visit went better than Pompeo's previous trip conceded. There was long haul ahead. Meanwhile, North Korea's state media said Kim was satisfied with the productive and wonderful talk which included discussion options for the date for a second meeting between President Donald Trump and Kim this year in so Peter pay Bloomberg daybreak Europe cable news twenty four hours a day at at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists. Listen more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Dan guarantee. This is played Markus. Thanks very much. Indeed Leon now with the European morning sports has Georgia Wasserman. John Carey says he's retiring from playing football after Twenty-three incredible years, the former Chelsea and England captain had been without a club since leaving Aston Villa at the end of season, Terry one five primarily titles, five FA cups. Three league cups as what is the Champions League and Europa league during his time at Stamford Bridge. Manchester City was pep Guardiola says he apologized to Gabrielle.
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"To sell and it just kind of spirals from their guard danny thanks so much what an awesome day to have a dedicated qantas reporter on i mean every day is obviously a great day for that if you feels like a twisted christmas morning if he well it's it's everything christmas birthday and and and and and the fourth of july erupted into one danny burger thanks so much for joining us on bloomberg radio and on bloomberg television earlier looks good ever markets carlsson right now for more on what's going on in the rest of the world marcus good morning not german chancellor angela merkel has extended the deadline for negotiators to form a coalition government by an extra day bloomberg's patrick donohue has the latest negotiators struggled to settle differences on curbing temporary work contracts and changing healthcare policy the spd wants to extract concessions out of miracles christian democratic led block as the party confronts a vote by its full membership on the final deal only after that will germany know whether a new election looms in berlin patrick donahue bloomberg daybreak europe former italian prime minister matteo rienzie house attacked city barbados kony's starts on the euro rennes he's trying to boost support for the ruling democratic party bloomberg stone for lane reports rainsy made a pitch for mainstream voters when he presented his party's candidates in rome the centreright coalition wanted tariffs and was against the euro rienzie said but he has a lot of catching up to do the coalition led by silvio berlusconi is the biggest block in opinion polls with about thirty seven percent support in rome john frame bloomberg daybreak europe the us house intelligence committee has voted to release a democratic rebuttal to a republican memo that alleges fbi biased in the russia investigation president trump now has five days to decide whether to allow its lou release but top democrat adam schiff is concerned that the white house may edit parts of their rebuttal i am more concerned that they make political actions not would actions to protect sources and methods and that's why we're going to insist that the department of justice and the fbi report to us on.
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"The coastal frisk is rewarded and what you expect so that is why overall domestic mark gets to bolt on i 5 percent in two thousand seventeen so that was bnp cfo laws nationale and the bank of course season an uptick fluids 2020 target yet to some extent we've seen being a on about being the darling of the market sir so far this year outperformed the stock six hundred banks index say it's stock is up more than five percent so far this year let's case had lost off from around the world his liu left sovic hello good morning center good morning marcus german chancellor angela merkel has extended the deadline for engages to form a coalition government by an extra day bloomberg's patrick donohue has the latest negotiators struggled to settle differences on curbing temporary work contracts and changing healthcare policy the spd wants to extract concessions out of miracles christian democratic led block as the party confronts a vote by its four a membership on the final deal only after that will germany know whether a new election looms in berlin patrick donahue bloomberg daybreak europe foam italian prime minister matteo rienzie has a tight sell their ballots gani stands in the euro in a bid to dredge up support for the ruling democratic party who sean for lane has the story ranks he made a pitch for mainstream voters when he presented his party's candidates in room the centreright coalition wanted tariffs and was against the euro rienzie said but he has a lot of catching up to do the coalition led by silvio berlusconi is the biggest bloc in opinion polls with about thirty seven percent support in rome john frame bloomberg daybreak europe the us house intelligence committee has to release the democratic memo it is said to be a pointbypoint rebuttal to the republican malay which criticised the fbi z so the dossier in its investigation of links between russia and the trump campaign during.
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"With london clearly with our new world headquarters there we've got radio london which has become so important jews short term but john frame for our international in u s audiencia the frenzy that we observe it bloomberg every day of this analysis within a london in the united kingdom to somebody in coventry or aberdeen do they care about the brexit flow like we do it bloom berg every day i'm going to try and deal with this is delicately the as i possibly can if you're in coventry and you're up in the midlands in the united kingdom you agree with the decision to vote out you'll just disappointed with why it's been handled if you're outside of the united kingdom with zero exposure in the uk and a put the emphasis on zero exposure because if you have exposure to the uk you really do care about this but for me tom for everyone outside i got back to its way from muhammed are in a number of weeks ago on a visit to london this has set the uk runs the real risk of becoming a single issue country and right now is very much a singleissue countless story of the week for global wall street and we thank all of you for listening of bob since you've how many times have you flown to london over the years i like hundred 492 bob sage they hurt moving the europe like they dick that they would have to you have a nice summary of this the gloom the city's gonna die and instead of you know two thousand people moving it's been 22 people property at gunpoint do you of an optimism that london could stay the european headquarters of finance let there there are a lot of reasons for london to to stay the infrastructure look if our company if a company was starting a new and you say where are you going to locate in the area in the financial industry you probably wouldn't pick london right now because of the uncertainty but making a decision to leave in en and leave the space and.
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