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"john lewin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And discover undervalued companies that may have greater growth potential. Try IBKR global analyst today at ibi care dot com slash GA. Up first, stocks are rising after China made a major shift in its COVID-19 policy. It cut its quarantine period to ten days from three weeks for inbound visitors. Bloomberg's senior executive editor John Lewin Beijing outlines the reasons for the move. The caseload has come down substantially. The other thing is the economy has obviously been pummeled. Last week we had president Xi Jinping coming out and saying that the government is going to do what it can to hit this year's growth target. If the government is valiant, if it's willing to take steps like this, it's possible we might get closer to 5 and a half percent than previously thought. Bloomberg shot Lou says doctor Nisha raced losses to climb for a fourth session. Yeah, Karen futures are getting a boost as well after stocks started the week in the U.S. on a losing note, riverfront investment group chief investment strategist Chris Constantino says with the outlook remaining unclear investors should put their money in safe assets. We think that clipping coupons in the form of dividend yields from safe, high quality, high cash flow type equities, as well as certain parts of the fixed income world. Those types of instruments are really going to be an investor's best friend. We think for the next few years. Chris constantinos have riverfront investment group says the macro environment in the U.S. and globally remains uncertain. We'll overseas Nathan the European Central Bank's annual forum in sintra is underway, ECB president Christine Lagarde dressed interest rates and inflation in a keynote speech. In response to the changing inflation outlook, we have consistently followed the path of policy normalization since December last year, sequentially adjusting our policy stunts. ECB president Christine Lagarde said inflation in Europe is expected to remain undesirably high in the foreseeable future. A President Biden's on his way to Madrid Karen for a three day NATO summit with a group of 7 gathering coming to a close, The White House says the president spoke with turkey's president on the way. Well, back here at home Nathan the
"john lewin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Wall Street, good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Cameron Moscow, we're just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading. Let's get you up to date in the news you need to know what this shower, we begin with a lift in stocks coming after China made a major shift in its COVID-19 policy and cut its quarantine period to ten days from three weeks for inbound visitors. Bloomberg senior executive editor John Lewin Beijing outlines the reasons for the move. The caseload has come down substantially. The other thing is the economy has obviously been pummeled. Last week we had president Xi Jinping coming out and saying that the government is going to do what it can to hit this year's growth target. If the government is valid and if it's willing to take steps like this, it's possible we might get closer to 5 and a half percent than previously thought. And Bloomberg Sean Lewis says the Asian equity index should race losses to climb for a fourth session. Yeah, we're watching futures get a boost as well Karen yesterday, stocks started the week on a losing note. Riverfront investment group, chief investment strategist, Chris Constantino says, with the outlook remaining unclear, investors should put their money in safe assets. We think that clipping coupons in the form of dividend yields from safe, high quality, high cash flow type equities, as well as certain parts of the fixed income world. Those types of instruments are really going to be an investor's best friend. We think for the next few years. Chris constantinos have ever front investment group says the macroeconomic environment in the U.S. and globally remains uncertain. While turning to retail now, Nathan shares of Nike down 2.7% in early trading yesterday the sportswear company offered a downbeat full year forecast for gross margin. Overseas, the European Central Bank's annual forum is underway in sintra, Portugal, the CB president Christine Lagarde addressed interest rates and inflation in her keynote speech. In response to the changing inflation outlook, we have consistently followed the path of policy normalization since December last year, sequentially adjusting our policy stunts. ECB president Christine Lagarde says inflation in Europe is expected to remain undesirably high in the foreseeable future. A President Biden is on his way to Madrid Nathan for a three day NATO summit with a group of 7 gathering coming close to a close rather G 7 leaders accused Russia of committing a war crime with an attack on a Ukrainian shopping mall that left 18 people dead. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky also condemned the attack. And back here at home Karen, the January 6th committee has added an additional hearing today, sources say it will center on information and footage from documentary filmmaker Alex holder. Futures this morning on the rise S&P futures up 24 points down futures of a 194 and NASDAQ futures F 74, straight ahead your latest local headlines, plus a check of sports, and this is Bloomberg. 5 33 on Wall Street 66° in Central Park and we got an accident in the northbound New York State throughway exit 14 a
"john lewin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Maximize the amount of time that passengers keep their face masks on American Airlines down 2.8% today Paramount delaying two Mission Impossible films into 2023 and 2024 I'm Charlie pellet that is a Bloomberg business flash What are the airlines going to have like syringes and just in checked on I gotta tell you I gotta be honest Carol I gotta tell you flying back from Canada on Thursday got an email on Monday actually I got an email from the airline that said due to supply chain issues we will not have food on this flight So buy your food ahead of time And they should say repeated again on the plane Supply chain issues I just think they don't want to do anything so I don't blame them All right well the new racial Bloomberg business week is out And it actually has some great advice to you on places to travel including Anguilla but I know I'm obsessed with that story You are That's because that's your that's your happy place It is my happy place All right Speaking of places happy or other the global cover story is about China and its second go round as host to the Olympic Games in Beijing and how really Tim this time around the world gets a very different China Joel Weber is editor at Bloomberg businessweek He joins us on the access line from Brooklyn Joel Before we get into this story I want to talk the cover here I'm holding it up I don't know oh you can see it on YouTube because Ari is amazing and already has the color up but it shows Xi Jinping in first place with the gold medal on the metal stand the podium Talk to us about how this cover came about Well we have been looking ahead at the Olympics for a while which obviously aren't underway yet And soon I think the world everyone in the world will start talking about them And so we had this observation though as we marched toward opening ceremonies that not so long ago opening ceremonies were in the exact same stadium in Beijing That was in 2008 That was the Summer Olympics Obviously this is the wind turtle Olympics And other than that almost everything about China and the world China's role in the world seems to have changed really since that O 8 moment So we wanted to as this little walk up talk about all of those things that have changed in China's role in it And it was putting G on the gold medal of pedestal really represents Well and it is a very different China And I love that this story Joel gets into specifically the role of China in our global economy where it was back in 2008 is very different from where it is today Yeah keep in mind that back then it was sort of like China was just really kind of coming to the world stage And it was basically like getting crowned as a member of that community And obviously if you just even think about it from an economic standpoint at that time in 2008 John Lewin Janet has been written in this story It had just passed Germany to become the world's third biggest economy Now it is basically nipping at the heels of the U.S. and depending on how some of these next few years go you know it could very well end up passing the U.S. even sooner than projected And the catch here is for all the things that have happened in the U.S. and actually just mentioning 2008 right after the games that was basically when the financial crisis started to unfold And I think one of the things that the story goes into is that China learned a lot from that financial crisis Obviously it affected China deeply But they actually it helped kind of mold their version of capitalism which obviously is slightly different than the rest of the world's version of capitalism But they basically looked at all of that and said hey we could do something better than the west has ever done Okay so they have that one Maybe we give that one potentially to them Joel but when it comes to human rights issues like that is still this difficult relationship that the world is having with China We want you to be part of the global economy We want to be able to tap your market We want to have these relationships but we were real problem when it comes to your human rights issues and abuses So that's going to be I think the big the big tension over the next few weeks as the Olympics start to get going and during the Olympics I think we'll probably see much discussion of this Obviously China wants to frame that differently and say look this isn't a human rights conversation even You're trying to make it something different than what it is And so I think we're just going to continue to hear more about that in the days and week ahead But obviously it's a sticking point and one of the reasons that the U.S. has taken the stance on the game said it is Well we actually got a chance to win myself to catch up with Janet paskin out of Hong Kong to talk about this story And here's a little excerpt from that conversation where she talks about the future of China Listen up everybody It's hard to look beyond COVID is the honest truth Because when you look at how China has done in the last couple of years and really the growth in its economy and this amazing recovery that they've been able to affect during the pandemic while everybody else has been in the doldrums.
"john lewin" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"So we're cutting. So I hit F 7. Just keep watching. Stop texting me. So, you know, you're not alone in that. I get a lot of, I get a lot of people writing to me. And mostly texting. Oh, I thought it was special. John Lewin, who was prosecuting Robert Durst. About if I had committed a crime, but the last guy in America I'd want coming after me. He calls me all the time after day lines, including datelines that I didn't do to critique the work of the prosecutor. Really? So I was actually surprised like the phone isn't wrong today because usually on a Saturday and the phone rang and I'll see it's him. And I'm like, hi, John. And he says, look, I don't know what the law is in North Carolina. But I would have filed a three 14 motion. I'd be like, well, I don't know what that is, but I'm sure that I do realize. Well, don't people like my own mother will ask these questions because she knows that I know she knows my obsession with dateline. She knows I know Josh. She knows that and other people Katie bloom. We love her with her. She's a producer there. And my mom will say she'll ask me a question or she'll go, oh, you know, such and such here in town, Josh to do that. He's not a detective. She thinks, do people think that I can't really assign Josh the story? I know, but do people think that about you? They assume like, get Josh to arrest him. Why is he on the chemistry? Just happened. You should get on that. I'm like, I do not actually solve the crimes. I've told you. You're a superhero. There has to be an ending and then y'all. There's a whole police department, which is financed through your tax dollars. They have a whole bunch of people that actually go out and do this and they do a very good job. I have also a theory that people anytime I see what it doesn't matter who's whose episode it is, but anytime I see an attorney with a ponytail of mail, yeah, you're guilty. Just don't. I've never seen a long gray ponytail and it's like, that's the guy you want to get to represent. Two weeks ago, I did a story. I'm keeping up with the timeline here. Two weeks ago I did a story in Atlanta in which there's a guy with a long ponytail. I saw who I thought exactly the same thing, which is like grow up man. Come on. What are you doing? You don't even know what to do with your hair. Let alone how would you handle my criminal case? I'm also like, it's a little like, you know, you know, when your attorney smells like axe body spray, you're going to prison. You know, you know. When every time you see him, he knuckle bumps into Shakespeare..
"john lewin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health which is supported by Michael R Bloomberg founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg philanthropies Checking those vaccine stocks Pfizer up now by 3% It's German partner BioNTech its ADRs down 2.1% AstraZeneca's ADRs down .8% Madonna down now by 3.4% Johnson & Johnson down one and a half percent Lots of earnings after the bell today including NetApp Hewlett Packard Enterprise global foundries boxing Salesforce.com and Z scalar I'm Charlie pellet that is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much Well a lot going on when it comes to COVID The EU has recorded at least 44 confirmed cases of the omicron variant in 11 countries does say that all the people infected are asymptomatic showing only mild symptoms Oxford saying there's no evidence that the new variant defeats the vaccine It developed with AstraZeneca Moderna predicting vaccines will struggle while the variant while the World Health Organization warned that the variant could feel a fresh surge in infections with severe consequences Oh this happening Carol while the U.S. CDC is considering a tightening travel restrictions and rules Germany taking a step closer toward making vaccines compulsory So we slew of news happening around the world as a result of this variant Feel like we've been here before All right so let's see what John Lewin has to say He's our health team editor at Bloomberg news on the phone from Boston John Lot going on trying to understand it's confusing financial markets It's confusing We mere mortals I don't know How do you today isn't it It's only Tuesday It's only two seconds I keep telling myself that because it feels much late in the week There's so much there's a great deal of confusing news going on out here It's difficult to make sense of And I think a lot of it has to do with say governments trying to be extremely cautious and to drug makers as well And yet I think that there is a certain amount of confidence about the effectiveness of vaccines and remains to be seen by the effectiveness of drugs as well So it's difficult to put this in all of it in context because there is news coming in from so many different directions But so far what the drug makers are saying at least most of them is that they think that the vaccines will be at least somewhat effective Against dolma crime What does somewhat mean though And in the context of I don't think we really know but the vaccine so far has been 96% effective So that's a really effective vaccine You think about it That's much more effective than the flu vaccine right Flu vaccine sometimes they tend to go up between 30 and 50% effective in a given year So there's still they seem very effective at keeping people out of the hospital We don't know I think the Moderna comments earlier may have grown a bit of a scare into people because they said they thought it would be less effective than we would neither new vaccine But that's not what the other drug makers are saying And then the other thing that countervailing that is that in the places where on the current cases have been seen they seem to be less severe And this is news that come out of both the EU and South Africa both of which have excellent surveillance and excellent healthcare systems Now does that mean that these are breakthrough cases in people who have already been vaccinated and so that's why they weren't severe or does it actually mean that it's a less severe virus It's very difficult to say or was it just the population that we've seen and was it younger people children people who usually don't develop Severe cases So there's a lot of data I mean it's not to say we'll never find the answer to these questions I think we will at some point But what have we known about omron I think it ended the vocabulary about 5 days ago right So there's still a lot to find out about this And the other thing to remember is here in the U.S. we still haven't seen a we will There's no doubt that we will But is that John because we don't do the same kind of sequencing that other countries do We did a story yesterday in which we sort of laid out some of the issues around the surveillance system here in the U.S. and we do a lot of sequencing There's no question we do a lot But the intensity of it the percentage of cases that are tested in sequences sequenced is lower than say some countries like the UK for example which is the star They are the world leader in this And which we probably ought to be trying to catch up to And actually South Africa is a very good job with this stuff as well South Africa huge health problems that have to keep an eye on stuff like HIV So they're very good with sequence in there And that's there's every reason that that's why they found there is because they're actually keeping such close eye issues like this So you have these things going on And We have to go Yeah I'm so sorry but I know we'll be talking to you again because it does feel like every day we're trying to make some sense out of especially in the last couple of days John laraman thank you so much Health team editor Bloomberg news on the phone from Boston Well it's.
"john lewin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Both in the boardroom and amongst the management team came together looking forward not backward and concluded this was the best way for these businesses to move forward in 2021 So just the two of us talking because nobody's paying attention right now When you came in a little over three and a half years ago GE was a fixer upper I think it's fair to say It was a struggling company at least That's the way many building outside perceived it Did you always have this in the back of your mind if not as plan a as one of the plans you were thinking about I wouldn't say that we really had a long-term plan back in the fall of 2018 Beyond fixing the balance sheet again this deleveraging that we're well along with as well as getting back to basics operationally We knew we needed to do a better job day in day out with the businesses If we took care of those two priorities we knew we would have strategic options down the road And I guess you could say today we're down that road a bit In part because you needed the cash you needed to reduce the debt level And you got some cash flow G cast and things like that right Exactly right And part of what we're announcing is that as we move forward all three of these businesses will be investment grade rated companies The rating agencies have come out confirm that the meetings we had with them recently I think we're quite positive Reinforcing the view this is the best way for these businesses to go forward Okay now the naval gazing part of the interview which is the future of conglomerates I mean I must say just from my experience I've seen it and it goes up and it goes down over time The hot new thing we all want to be a conglomerate and then nobody wants to be a conglomerate Does this say anything more generally about putting together different lines of business in a large corporation David I'm going to leave that question to my colleagues at the Harvard Business school and others It's ultimately about performance I've been in companies where we did a number of things under one roof So I've seen it from a number of different angles But ultimately it's all about looking forward and being in a position to perform And I think for GE today on three separate bottoms will be at our best That's generally electric CEO Larry culp speaking with Bloomberg's David west and about plans to split GE into three separate companies There have been speculation about the move for years but now it's finally happening GE investors calling for the breakup and they called it long overdue Shares rose 2.7% after the announcement in the pre market this morning they're up 6 tenths of a percent Karen All right John thank you well at 6 29 on Wall Street and good morning I'm Karen Moscow along with John Tucker And let's get you up to date on some of the other news you need to know what this shower With U.S. futures moving lower this morning ahead of a key reading on inflation Two hours from now we get October's reading on consumer prices They're forecast to increase 6 tenths of a percent from last month and begin more from Bloomberg's vinyl down geodes The prior report showed consumer prices rose 5.4% on a year over year basis in September tying a 13 year high rapid inflation may abate next year according to the president of the Federal Reserve bank of San Francisco Mary Daly Maybe next summer In the meantime Bloomberg economics has transport delays tied to the coronavirus and semiconductor shortages will continue pushing a variety of course higher especially new and used autos Vinnie daltro Judas Bloomberg day break Great thanks Vinnie and we'll hear more from Mary Daly later this morning San Francisco fed president sits down for an interview with Bloomberg radio and television at 11 a.m. Wall Street time Meantime in China inflation risks are also rising China's producer price index climbed 13 and a half percent from a year earlier as the fastest base in 26 years At the same time consumer prices there rose one and a half percent That's the steepest monthly climate a year And John U.S. China relations are also in focus Bloomberg news has learned a summit between President Biden and Xi Jinping will take place next week We get more from Bloomberg's John Lewin Beijing There are so many issues on the table right now that it would be unlikely that we would see a substantial improvement in the relationship as a result of this meeting I think much more reasonable to hope that what this media accomplishes is some sort of stabilization in the relationship I think it's hard to think that Taiwan for example is going to get resolved anytime in the near future But I think the two presidents and the two countries would like to see that as tensions there continue It does not make the broader relationship unstable Bloomberg Sean Liu says there's no specific date yet for next week's virtual summit And turning to corporate news now shares of Tesla rebounding a bit That's after the wealth of Elon Musk suffered the biggest two day decline in the history of the Bloomberg billionaires index Let's get this story live with Bloomberg's Renee to young Good morning Good morning Don Elon Musk has lost $50 billion so far this week Tesla's route started when he asked Twitter followers whether to sell 10% of his stake in the company Then news emerged that his brother sold shares just before the Twitter poll and after that Michael Burry the investor made famous by the movie the big short said Musk may want to sell shares to cover his personal debts The drop narrows Musk's lead over Jeff Bezos as the world's richest person to $83 billion Live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg daybreak I need to thank you all some other stocks who are watching this morning include door door dash shares are up almost 18% in early trading after earnings topped estimates DoorDash also announced plans to buy Finnish food delivery startup Walt enterprises for about $8 billion And earnings from coin bench baked coinbase also in focus this morning Shares in the pre market down almost 12% after coinbase reported earnings that missed estimate the digital asset exchange blames the market turbulence and lower crypto prices over the summer for the results And straight ahead your latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg.
"john lewin" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst
"More trial. We're talking mr durst. Isn't it true that that clip right. There is basically a confession that you killed your wife in that depending on how things go. You might decide to take douglas down with you. Think everything you explain how it's wrong action. My wife explained mr durst how you can say right right right. I might decide depending on how things go to confirm her thoughts that douglas helped you get rid of kathy's body still. Don't say how and help the had trial mr durst. The point is not that will help you trial. The point is is. You're saying that depending on how things go. If things are going really bad you're gonna take your hated brother down with you even though he wasn't involved just to spite him and put him in the same murders position. Your in. that's what that means. Correct our trial. This trial mr durst terrar-. This was a call from october. Twenty first two thousand fifteen. Why you tell us right now get it out and just tell us what you did. This is your shots. Everyone's watching the world watching. Here's your chance. Tell them what you did. Argument rephrase this trial was about susan. This trial mr durst as you are aware a special circumstance witness killing that you kill susan berman because you kill your wife and she helped you cover up so my question to you again is since you cannot explain what is in essence can be argued as a confession mr durst. Why don't you just right now. Put the facade down and tell people what actually happened why you did what you did. I have repeatedly own people or have to when court adjourned john. Lewin was still not finished with his rigorous cross examination of the defendant so the schedule was altered to accommodate another day. We'll cover his final day of cross examination in our next episode. Joining us again. Is charlie bagley reporter for the new york times in crime story dot com covering this wild and crazy trial. Charlie welcome back. Hey thank you. So charlie you know as the day started. It felt like john lennon was being very detail oriented but as the day picked up momentum. So did the prosecutor and steamed toward a blockbuster of a finnish in my opinion. The i gotcha..
"john lewin" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst
"On december twenty two thousand one at eight oh five. Pm from way back. When i was praying in going dm yes they now. That was a big problem. Getting married. Because i was afraid that what happened to me now. You know what happen back then pass. You brought that up. don't think you l. I don't think he knew what i you know. He gore. i think he did. I do like oh no omi like that. Maybe maybe now he's a back baby or something. I don't know there's just so i suspect he doesn't even back now. You'll be mr. That what you said was i was playing e gory and b. m. correct. That's what you said saw evolving. How will be so your position now is that you don't know what you meant by the word ego ring. Correct isn't it true. Mr durst at eagle ring is a short term that you use it refers to your dogs who have died and it basically means that you were planning on killing bmi correct and isn't further true mr durst that during this call. Your wife says that. If i knew about it i think he knew referring to douglas correct. So what is eagle ring. Mean if it doesn't mean what. I just said it does. What does it me. I think. I said you're you don't think you said the word he gory crew my wife. She had figured out killing. So this is again. This is a nother conversation about suicide. So when you say. I don't think he knew what i was. You know. Gore are you referring to yourself by the pronoun he pronoun more he. It says. i don't think he knew what i was. You know he gore and then your wife responds. Yeah i think he did. Because i knew so i think he knew. And then in the next line ono. He don't know me like that. Maybe maybe now he suspects that maybe or something. I don't know. I suspected he does even suspect. Now that's about eight uses of the word pro. Now he would. You agree who is he. If not douglas durst at this point. John lewin confronted durst with incriminating evidence. Never heard before in court evidence that according to the prosecution sounded a lot like a confession. Mr i isn't it true that you have discussed that potentially at your trial that you might actually say that your brother or your father were involved in covering up kathy's disappearance and death. I never said. I brother my father in law in covering kathy. Didn't you say mr that. Depending on how things went to trial that you might actually get up there and say falsely that your brother or your father was involved in helping. You get rid of your wife. Can you play ten. Twenty one fifteen geo call at nineteen zero. Three point hero hopeless health. Us i i i think of. Maybe behind the euro helps you know. What's mr you. Were telling your wife that depending on how things go. You might confirm falsely. What janine pirro allegedly thinks that. Douglas helped you get rid of kathy. That's what you said your wife correct on october. Twenty first two thousand fifteen. What mr durr's can you explain. That is not andrew directly correct. You're not talking to me to get a plea agreement so please explain that clip. You're speechless argue. Having.
"john lewin" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"A new opening statement at his murder trial Today, Jurors are having their memories refreshed after a 14 month delay due to the Corona virus pandemic they heard from Los Angeles. California County prosecutor yesterday John Lewin told jurors he will try to prove Robert Durst killed his best friend, Susan Berman, to keep her from talking to the police about the murder of jurists wife Kathy Liu and played a clip of Durst con on a hot Mike during the filming of the Jinx documentary. You can hear Bob Durst gets into that bathroom before the door even closes, he realizes Oh, there is you're caught. Moments later. He's going to say this horse, he says killed them all. Of course, Fox is Jessica Rosenthal, A convicted killer is due to die in Texas tonight, the first execution there since last summer. Quinton Jones admits that he used a baseball bat to beat his 83 year old great aunts to death almost 22 years ago while stealing $30 from her purse to buy drugs. Jones has asked Governor Greg Abbott to commute his sentence to life in prison. Not likely is the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles has already said no. His attorneys are asking the Supreme Court's to halt the execution, claiming Jones is intellectually disabled. Jack Callahan Fox News, the deadliest day of the corner virus pandemic so far in India, India has posted 4529 coronavirus deaths in its latest daily count. Only the United States has had a worst single day, and many ex Butts believe India's tally is an undercount Thean faction rate in India began surging last month's overwhelming hospitals. Case numbers have stabilized and started falling in recent days. Fox is so no one Amazon announces plans for a new million square foot warehouse in northern Alabama that will employ more than 500 people. The company already has two other facilities in the state workers that one of them voted last month against forming a union. I'm Chris Foster thistles, Fox News. Millions across Southeast Texas air under flash flood warnings and tornado watches. His heavy rain left nearly tens of thousands of customers without power early this morning by the end of the week, widespread rainfall totals of 2 to 4 inches are expected in South Texas, with highest rainfall amounts anticipated in eastern portions of the state where as much as a foot of rain is forecast, Governor Abbott is requiring governmental entities in.