20 Burst results for "Julia Chatterly"
"julia chatterley" Discussed on KGO 810
"She wanted to go to That makes sense. I said before this pandemic, my kids are going to J. C. It's cheaper. And you know you get your G out of the way for much less money. This is KGO. More jobs, relief talks Failing, I might. Morse Payrolls increased by 1.8 million last month, and unemployment fell to 10.2%. But there are concerns many of the workers who went back to bars and restaurants may be out of work again because virus searches in the US here's business correspondent Julia Chatterley. There are challenges here, too, and they're 7.7 million people. They simply didn't look for work in the last four weeks. They'd like a job. They can't find it. When you start to add some of the details in you recognised was still facing a huge jobs crisis in this country next month could actually see a deterioration to the point where we're losing jobs. We can't get that yet, but more frequent data. Is warning that we're seeing a reversal in the job gain. No word whether there will be new talks today after last night's Corona virus Economic relief talks failed. Correspondent Joe Johns, with the latest from the White House speaker of the House wants to go big. She said she wants a $3.4 trillion package. The White House has not so fast they'd like to see it closer toe $1 trillion on the price tag. Democrats Want substantially more money for state and local governments. That is one of the big sticking points. The president says he does not want bailouts, especially bailouts for cities, which he claims have been mismanaged a complication surrounding testing involving a governor. The story from correspondent Omar he menace before Ohio Governor Mike DeWine could greet President Trump on the tarmac ahead of the factory tour. He became one of the latest Americans to test positive For the krone virus had no symptoms. Um, you know, I had no indication that original think I had a covert 19. Obviously, it's a rapid test. They got the results back right away. Wine later tweeted that a second test was negative..
"julia chatterley" Discussed on KGO 810
"To re impose tariffs is absolutely necessary to defend our aluminum industry and as he rallied forces in Ohio, Trump also claimed presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is against God. Correspondent Jeremy Diamond says Biden's campaign issued a swift response is abiding campaign is saying in a statement that Joe Biden's faith is at the core of who he is, and they know that it's been a source of strength and comfort in times of extreme hardship for the former vice president. Nearly 1.2 million laid off Americans applied for first time state unemployment benefits last week, But correspondent Julia Chatterley says the latest report goes beyond those figures. This report today said 32 million people are collecting some form of benefit. Millions of people have now lost that extra $600 worth of support. In some cases, that's 90% less cash to spend on a weekly basis. It's catastrophic. The families all across America here. Ending a decade of growth. Uber lost $1.78 billion in the second quarter as the pandemic carved a gaping hole in his ride Hailing business It's food delivery business grew is more people ordered in, but that growing part of Uber's business did not turn a profit. A man who was believed to be armed and took six hostages and a bank in the French port city of La Habra today, surrendered after nearly six hours. The 34 year old freed hostages one by one before he turned himself in barbecue, Zach Hiring could be challenging..
Virus relief bill remains up in air as negotiations resume
"And White House negotiations on another Corona virus relief bill are set to resume after the lapse of a $600 per week. Supplemental jobless benefit Julia Chatterley says million's air Seeing that $600 fall to zero this week with not much of a job mark around 30 million Americans collecting some form of benefit. Job openings in the United States around 5.5 1,000,000. So we've got 345 potentially times people out of work than there are jobs available.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Jobless numbers are due out tomorrow as correspondent Julia Chatterley says since the pandemic began thirty three million plus workers filed jobless claims he's going for a fifty year lows in unemployment to approaching eighteen year highs the definition of a job depression the question now proposed to make is it how do you bring those jobs back and how do you do it safely Amtrak requiring passengers to wear a facemask I barber who's back a white former police officer and his son arrested in Georgia today and charged with murder in the shooting death of an unarmed black man sixty four year old Gregory with Michael and his thirty four year old son Travis were taken into custody in connection with the killing of a month armory in the town of Brunswick course Bonneville Michaels reports frontier is the latest airline to put additional safety procedures in place next month frontier has announced its plans to begin temperature screenings for all passengers and crew the airline says the agent at the boarding gate will conduct the screenings with the touch was thermometer officials are looking for anyone with a temperature over one hundred point four degrees Fahrenheit frontier says anyone with a high temperature will be denied boarding the screenings are set to begin June first the gasoline catechetical factory owned by a south Korean company in southern India left at least eleven dead and about one thousand others struggling to breathe my brother comes down in uncertain times you can be certain of this the salvation army is serving.
Claims Data Point to Record Wave of Unemployment
"A new battle scar on the US economy from Corona virus. Three point two million Americans filed for unemployment for the first time just last week before the pandemic unemployment claims barely cracked two hundred thousand since the shutdown started mid March thirty three million people in the US or one in five American workers have filed for weekly unemployment benefits and sadly that's only a snapshot of the economic pain does not measure factors such as furloughs or pay cuts or layoffs. I WANNA BRING CNN business. Anchor Julia Chatterley Julia. We've had these staggering figures for almost two months. Now it might get repetitive. But we just can't overstate how unprecedented and disastrous. This is we can't. We are in uncharted waters in every way and the virus was just like a tidal wave. And you're absolutely right with not capturing how bad the damage was if you add in every worker. That's lost a job lost hours loss. Pay PROBABLY TALKING ABOUT. Hof of the entire workforce Jake. These have been heartbreaking damaging weeks. The White House predicts that tomorrow's unemployment numbers for April. We'll hit eighty percent. That's Great Depression level and it's obviously a far cry from where we were three months ago when the economy was pretty strong. We've gone from fifty losing unemployment to approaching eighteen year highs. This is the definition of a jobs. Depression the question. Now for policymakers is. How do you bring those jobs back and more importantly I think? How do you do it safely? I've spoken to two economists this week that say we will still have a ten percent unemployment rate at the end of this year. So that's millions of jobs lost in the last three months but it's also millions of jobs gained for where we are today and that's the reality and also the crazy of covert nineteen
"julia chatterley" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Westchester Medical Center we're a war zone where gear was rationed and ill fitting and patient areas were not properly ventilated a spokesman for the state department of health says it continues to take every step necessary to ensure health care workers have the support and supplies they made we're still waiting to see if Congress and the trump administration can reach agreement today on the second corona virus relief package correspondent Julia Chatterley says this one totals four hundred fifty billion dollars with most of it going to the small business loan program we're talking about potentially up to another three hundred and ten billion dollars to be allocated to the PPP that paycheck protection scheme also like you to be around another sixty billion dollars for the economic injury disaster loan program that gives grants of up to ten thousand dollars said that would be useful to there are also billions for hospitals and testing and president trump said yesterday he'll use the defense production act to increase manufacturing of swabs needed for testing what is in the in the veil is direct funding for state and local governments that governor Cuomo mayor de Blasio and governor Murphy have been pleading for stimulus checks went out to businesses earlier this month one fast food chain is sending the money back shake shack was awarded ten million dollars under the government's paycheck protection program which was touted as a way to help businesses make payroll during the coronavirus shut down the three hundred forty nine billion dollar PPP ran out of money last week but it's now due for at least a small injection of cash shake shack says it's raising some seventy five million dollars.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Workers have the support and the supplies they need checking accu weather call this afternoon clouds trying to get through a give way that is to some sun the high today near sixty partly cloudy tonight low forty four tomorrow mostly cloudy some showers thunderstorms afternoon and evening and a high again sixty we've been holding at fifty degrees skies are cloudy wins news time zero seven this could be the day that Congress and the trump administration reach agreement on a second corona virus relief package correspondent Julia Chatterley says this one totals four hundred fifty billion dollars with most of the money going to the small business loan program talking about potentially up to another three hundred and ten billion dollars to be allocated to the PPP that paycheck protection scheme also lie in to be around another sixty billion dollars for the economic injury disaster loan program that gives grants of up to ten thousand dollars said that would be useful to you they're also billions for hospitals and testing and president trump said yesterday he will use the defense production act to increase manufacturing of swabs needed for testing what is it in this bill is direct funding for state and local governments that governor Cuomo and mayor de Blasio I've been pleading for stimulus checks run out to the businesses earlier this month but one fast food chain is sending the money back shake shack was awarded ten million dollars under the government's paycheck protection program which was touted as a way to help businesses make payroll during the coronavirus shut down the three hundred forty nine billion dollar PPP ran out of money last week but it's now due for at least a small injection of cash shake shack says it's raising some seventy five million dollars on its own from private investors and no longer needs its PPP loan that's correspondent Jim Ryan the man behind one of New York city's most iconic restaurants has died his son says the list cirque founders serial Muchelney died yesterday at his home in Tuscany he was eighty eight gourmet grocery pioneered Nina Balducci has died following a battle with colon cancer she was ninety one I'll do it she and her husband transformed the whole duties from an open air produce shop to a gourmet food store in nineteen seventy two wins news time to nine but in this news time to eleven C. Mavis discount tire traffic.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Says it for sick nurses to come back to work too soon putting the public at risk in separate suits the union alleges that Montefiore Medical Center and Westchester Medical Center were a war zone where gear was rationed and ill fitting and and the ill fitting that is and patience areas were not properly ventilated a spokesman for the state health department says it continues to take every step necessary to ensure health care workers have the support and supplies they need this could be the day Congress and the trump administration reach agreement on a second corona virus relief package correspondent Julia Chatterley says this one totals four hundred fifty billion dollars with most of it going to the small business loan program we're talking about potentially up to another three hundred and ten billion dollars to be allocated to the PPP that paycheck protection scheme also lie in to be around another sixty billion dollars for the economic injury disaster loan program that gives grants of up to ten thousand dollars and that would be useful to you there are also billions for hospitals and testing stimulus checks one out to businesses earlier this month but one fast food chain is sending the money back shake shack was awarded ten million dollars under the government's paycheck protection program which was touted as a way to help businesses make payroll during the coronavirus shut down the three hundred forty nine billion dollar PPP ran out of money last week but it's now due for at least a small injection of cash shake shack says it's raising some seventy five million dollars on its own from private investors and no longer needs its PPP loan that's correspondent Jim Ryan Wednesday's time eleven oh eight now your health here's ten ten wins medical reporter Dr Brian McDonough we're starting to see patients come to the emergency room with problems that are a result of leading he's go longer than they should and not going to the doctor's office or emergency room because of fears they might contract coronavirus while we are trying to reduce the number of unnecessary visits in person for routine issues due to potential risks of exposure the use of telehealth even standard phone calls as well as office and emergency room visits.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Right ABC news at five o'clock on every trip president Donald Trump is coronavirus task force held their daily press conference in the White House centers for disease control director Robert Redfield says if someone has been exposed to the corona virus but is a symptomatic as long as they practice the proper safety guidelines they could easily rejoin the workforce certain circumstances they can go back to work if they're a symptomatic is the vice presidents they could go back to work if they do so several things as we say here at take their temperature before they go to work wear a face mask at all times and practices social distancing when they're at work there's frustration over the paycheck protection program the three hundred and fifty billion dollar fund passed by Congress to prop up small businesses during the U. S. corona virus pandemic correspondent Julia Chatterley says lenders are not learning to everyone that needs it the big banks all lending to known customers they say look we have the data we can prevent fraud in this case and ultimately it's going to be quicker which helps but there are many small businesses that are falling through the gaps U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson is still in the intensive care unit at a London hospital correspondent Nick Paton Walsh says Johnson spokesman says the British prime minister is stable and responded to treatment for the coronavirus stepping in for him is the UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab while he was being described as the advertising quite when necessary it's now set to that he's been deputising across a broad range of masses since Boris Johnson went into intensive care on Monday evening there are six.
Billions "disbursed" through Paycheck Protection Program? Small businesses say not yet
"Work there's frustration over the paycheck protection program the three hundred and fifty billion dollar fund passed by Congress to prop up small businesses during the U. S. corona virus pandemic correspondent Julia Chatterley says lenders are not learning to everyone that needs it the big banks all lending to known customers they say look we have the data we can prevent fraud in this case and ultimately it's going to be quicker which helps but there are many small businesses that are falling through
"julia chatterley" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"You G. and Eugene Springfield V. emerald empire special report corona virus update forty million Californians will soon begin a day in which most of them are being told to stay at home or risk overwhelming the state's medical system Kinlaw has more from Pasadena it is in the nation's most populous state and this is the most drastic measure that any state has taken as the governor orders residents to stay at home all nonessential businesses will be close shut down putting up signs saying it's because of the corona virus Goldman Sachs predicts two and a half million Americans have already filed unemployment claims this week the most ever in history correspondent Julia Chatterley says it seems unavoidable and then not today we are systematically shutting down the U. S. economy state by state and it's happening at record speed we are trying to save two million people hi Michael to scanner there was talk at the White House yesterday about drugs which might help fight the corona virus but director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci says there may be drugs that can ease symptoms but there aren't any that can kill or prevent the virus there are no proven safe and effective therapies for the coronavirus that doesn't mean that we're not going to do everything we can to make things that even the hint of efficacy more readily available but there's no magic drug out there right now yesterday saw gains on Wall Street as Christine Romans tells us the Dow swung more than twelve hundred points from its low before closing up nearly just about one percent it was the first time since March six the Dow closed within a thousand points of where it opened global stock markets and U. S. futures have risen this morning and speaking of economic aid members of the president's team will be on Capitol Hill today to launch negotiations with Senate Republicans on that one trillion dollar plus economic.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Special report corona virus update new federal guidelines recommending Americans avoid gatherings of more than ten people as mitigation and social distancing become more important weapons in the battle against corona virus the N. I. H.'s Anthony Fauci says the recommendations include staying away from bars and restaurants and avoiding travel when you're dealing with an emerging infectious diseases outbreak you are always behind where you think you are if you think that today reflex where you really are the stock market is in turmoil more big losses today even after the fed lowered interest rates to zero correspondent Julia Chatterley by any standard this was a bazooka from the federal reserve and if you look at the stock market reaction down nine and a half percent you would think they would shrug it off like I. P. issue to just before the close the market is down virtually thirteen percent the biggest one day drop ever I'm Mike marks the World Health Organization says fighting corona virus without testing is like trying to fight fire without water director take drugs at a non Gaviria's to some countries have expanded their capacity by using stadiums and James to care for mild cases with CVS and critical cases cared for in hospitals another option is for patients with mild diseases to be isolated and cared for at home the transportation security administration says that at least six screening officers at three airports in two states have now tested positive for the novel coronavirus and TSA says some security may close as a result Amazon is hiring a hundred thousand workers to handle the crush of online orders in giving raises to existing workers.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Hi grant money somebody number twenty four in this is this afternoon CNN international a program called express and did so John Harwood this guy has been an anti Republican anti conservative as long as I've been doing this and heard his name is meant the Wall Street journal he's been MSNBC New York times now is at CNN and the host of this CNN international show called the express someone named Julia Chatterley is that not a great name for somebody hosting a mindless talk show Julia Chatterley and she says she says to her would Mick Mulvaney was at C. pack today saying the media focused on the corona virus because they think it'll take down president trump there's a balance between spreading panic but also providing information and some would argue there's been a lack of information from the White House in particular Mr Harwood what do you stated that that was nonsense from Mick Mulvaney the panic that people are saying is coming from investors it's coming from Wall Street those are not people who are trying to bring president trump down president trump delivered significant tax cuts and deregulatory policy for those people this is the White House through Mick Mulvaney like outside allies Rush Limbaugh and others like the president like Republicans on Capitol Hill who were trying to make excuses for a situation that is going badly for the White House what exactly is going badly for the White House Mr Harwood what exactly is going badly the response to the actual program has been good it's people like you'll run around talking about this being an opening for the Democrats good people like you ratcheting up the panic talking about the inevitability of the apocalyptic nature of this what what what what the actual problem what response are you talking about trump's press conference what what what this is as Michael Michael fox on telly is a big is I go through the notes here when I go to any story on the Democrat primary or any other Democrat candidates there's not a single reference to corona virus not a single one by the way you people a media wondering where Mike pence's today's a fundraiser he's gonna be right here in this studio in a matter of ten minutes so I say be a good.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"President Trump turned his calls to troops on this Thanksgiving Day into more of a political moments the president taking questions and talking about his upcoming trip to Argentina for the G twenty summit where he will meet with China's president she. I've been preparing for it on my life. You know, it's not like, oh, Jim sit down and study. I know every ingredient I know every stat I know it better than anybody knows it, and my gut is always been right. And we're doing very well. And I will tell you China very much wants to make a deal. China has been taking advantage of the United States for many many years. They've taken out four five and six hundred billion dollars a year. That doesn't include the theft of intellectual property. We picked up trillions of dollars in value and China has lost trillions of dollars in value since I'm President Trump's optimism on China. Talks running in sharp contrast with his own top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, and dissipating indifferent. Confrontation between the US and China over trade next week with me now. See and Julia chatterley and Julia win Trump does sit with president. She in. What else I race next week? How higher the stakes and do you think he'll try to make a deal? Look, I think the stakes are incredibly high Brooke. You've kind of pointed out and we've discussed on many occasions here if we don't see some kind of breakthrough in the talks next week. I think it's inevitable. The tariffs that we've already seen imposed on China Rifi. I'm what that's gonna mean for US consumers his products that we buy here like toys like clothes. I get more expensive intensive what's on the line for the two presidents. I take credibility. President Trump has said all the way along hair trust me and trust the tariffs. That's been the message to businesses to thumb as those on the front lines of this trade war. He said look these tires. We'll bring China to the negotiating table here on I think this like to prove it president Xi. He's got plenty of troubles of his own. He's economy slowing the stock market's been pummeled I think he also wants to do a deal here, but he's not going to do all costs. So we have to have a bit of a reality check here. And it's going to come down to what President Trump is willing to accept as a win here as we look to cover that next week. Let's talk. About something you, and I would just chatting about stocks this week, those tech stocks in particular, but big picture, you know, we've seen big highs and big lows. Will you know, the bull market sustain itself or a we headed for more of an economic downturn question. It's been a coast during you, and I talked about the fact that we've completely white cap. The year's gains. I think the good news is we're not heading for some dramatic economic slowdown. The consumer strong the jobs small strong butts, and it's a big boss. I think if we're hoping to see stock markets and the high than they ought today, we need one of two things one we need to break through on these trade negotiations. All we need Jay Powell at the Federal Reserve to kind of put the verbal break on these rate rises. And of course, the president knows both of these things to lastly, of course, we're all eating thanksgiving, you know, dinners today once once that's finished. We know that a lot of people like to head out for those early black Friday sales. But the story today is that shoppers actually have fewer stories. To to shop in Costco, Bloomingdale's. Home Depot closed. Why? Yeah. It's a good question. Three woods the Amazon effect. Yes. Was shopping broke. But we're not going out to stools with shopping online. And for these big businesses. It's a tradeoff DUI open you stole. Do you pay workers if you're not going to get consumers through the door? And I think the answer is no they shut up. Shop doesn't mean we own spending Americans have already spent four hundred million dollars this thanksgiving and online sows or expected to break records we all shopping with just doing it differently. And we're doing it while we sell them the Sipho off we've eaten up. The leftovers and everything else. Thank you very much. Thank.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A member of MS thirteen who is living in Maryland has been sentenced on charges of racketeering. Jeffrey Rodriguez a citizen of El Salvador illegally residing in high. It's Ville was sentenced to seven and a half years for a drug robbery that he attempted as a member of MS thirteen some other members of the sailors click, which is one of the groups or cliques of the gang here in Maryland. They had hatched a plan to rob to people of a pound of marijuana. And then sell those those drugs in order to benefit the gang robbery. Her United States attorney for the district of Maryland. Eight other MS thirteen members will be trying connection to the robbery next year as for Rodriguez expect him to be deported after he completes his federal prison window into one of your mail and wwl dot com. California forecast has a four letter word in it rain. The rain can be both a blessing and a curse the rain, of course, will help dampen the atmosphere in help put the fire out or at least reduce the spread more quickly. Cal fire director Ken Pimlott says the predicted downpours could also make conditions. More dangerous for firefighters and hundreds of search and rescue personnel and others. You know, combing all of the fire area looking for any additional victims. Obviously that will make a bit more challenging the rain could wash away DNA making remains harder to identify. I'm Dave Alpert. A rough day on Wall Street. Correspondent Julia chatterley is at the new York Stock Exchange where there's been concerned today about lacking technology. Stocks thing that's been lifting the markets all year has been the big tech stocks pole, Amazon, two great examples. And certainly we're seeing those stocks down twenty percent from the highs. So people are looking at Mason going if they're not gonna lead the board markets higher. What is the Dow finished? Day down five hundred fifty two points, the s&p five hundred down forty nine. The NASDAQ down one twenty doubled. Your mayo traffic and weather next.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Us economic surprise index which has been on a tear upward has turned down and i think there's an opportunity in the second half of the year we can get past some of the trade and immigration issues if we can move forward then i think europe looks pretty good and earnings in europe in the second half of the year the euro turns from a headwind to a trade when the dollar on the other hand turns from a went to a headwind as we talked about earlier earning surprises up and down again gonna drive markets in the second half is the pure play here than a euro dollar play fuel view of how this plays out actually walk because you're suggesting then that the euro level can strengthen and week strengthen versus the us dollar we're watching the euro very close it has held all notwithstanding all the news over the last couple of weeks the bottom was when that italian garvan issue i roy surface that around one fifteen twenty five on the euro dollar that's the bottom in over these last couple of weeks it's holding in there and so our bet kind of is that yes euro stabilizes maybe rises somewhat rates rise right as the is people get a little bit concert less concerned about the economy less concerned about the mirko shoe in politics and then you have the potential for the bank stocks in europe which have been really hammered arises well because bank stocks the other the third big issue markets is the divide between gross stocks and tech in the us and everything else and so if if bank stocks can work and david you pointed out the flattening yield curve here in the us that's keeping bank stocks down in europe what's keeping bank stocks down all the uncertainty and if you can get a stable to rising euro if you can get bond rates to start to back up and people start to price and economic solid recovery in the second half of the year in europe then i think you're gonna have a pretty good stock market that was the las global strategies founder j polaski speaking with bloomberg's david winston and julia chatterley and coming up we'll speak with former white house communications director dan pfeiffer you can see all the bloomberg best stories at best go this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg quick context and background on issues of interest focuses on sugar and why that soda is worse for you than us we'd orange with bloomberg's mary doing walled the situation recommends that countries pass soda taxes because the w h o suggests that people should eat a maximum of ten percent of total calories in the form of sugar the background sugar in an apple an orange you get a small amount it comes along with a lot of other nutrients and vitamins.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Washington today to meet with us authorities about what can be done to ease trade tensions between the two countries for more bloomberg's david westin and julia chatterley spoke with us china business council president john frisbee the the setting as we go into these negotiations we've had president trump now reach out apparently an olive branch on z t e china's saying we'll take another look at that qualcomm deal are we headed towards some sort of agreement from these negotiations that's important to keep in mind that ct acknowledged two years ago that they had sold equipment to iran and north korea that violated us law and they were fined over a billion dollars a year ago and paid that this latest dust up isn't around any new violations that had occurred z t apparently wasn't fully implementing some of the other conditions of that settlement they made particularly that they were supposed to punish some of the executives involved so i think what we have to do is step back and recognize there haven't been new violations we should ensure that the punishment fits the crime and if there weren't new violations and this is all about making sure that z t executives were indeed punish in some way i think we want to make sure that we're doing the right step here they would match that i'm just assuming there was a range of options on the table could have been taken but the us took the nuclear option in essence the sevenyear sanctions is gonna shut that company down that seems like it might be out of proportion to what the issue at hand was so i think really looking at those penalties that were announced as probably the smart thing we don't want to let off the hook completely because they have to understand that can't violate us law we ought to make the punishment fit the crime and move on to other issues we'll we'll ross actually the speech to they're going to try to find another way to really skin that cat so to speak but at the same time there's another drama playing out in washington negotiation negotiating we've got this appear there's appearance between the idc for a lot of us companies are becoming the.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sharing your views with us and good luck with your marathons and please drink lots of water and doing so mina guli is the chief executive of thirst for water dot org now let's go to nathan hager in our nation's capital or ninety nine one newsroom for world and national headlines nathan pimm john doubt has resigned he was president trump's lead lawyer defending the president and special counsel robert muller's russia investigation this move comes as the president's been ramping up his attacks against smaller and the probe in recent days he's added former federal prosecutor joe digenova to the legal team degener has accused the fbi and the justice department from framing or of framing the president of collusion with russia the leaders of the house energy and commerce committee are calling on facebook ceo mark zuckerberg to testify about cambridge analytica in media interviews last night sucker burke said he would be happy to talk to congress about the trump linked data mining companies access to millions of user accounts the lawmakers say they'll work with facebook to set a date and time to hear from zuckerberg in the near future the british police officer who was exposed to that nerve agent attack on a former russian spy is out of the hospital now but health officials in salisbury england say sergei script ball and his daughter yulia remain in critical condition global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in washington i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg pimm thank you very much nathan hager we are awaiting a conversation with us commerce secretary wilbur ross he'd be joining bloomberg television scarlet food and julia chatterley talking about the us position of trade tariffs going into effect against china also we'll probably be asking him not only about the tariffs that go into china but the potential retaliation on the part of the chinese commerce secretary saying that he doesn't think that there's going to be a trade war with china resulting in those two latest tariffs let's go to julia chatterley and an interview with wilbur ross commerce secretary.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Production and a lot of that is permitting it's a lot of environmental work that we do very thoroughly we do a lot of safety work and there's a lot of invest smith has to come there these kind of prospects are highly requires quite a bit of capital so when you do plan now you're really doing you really opening up prospects and and economic development for decades to come and that's why this plan is so important right now it back to 2016 the interior department justified decision not to sell leases the made in the south atlantic assessing that would barely make a dent in us all production what's changed well i think that's you know that's a hard one to predict rate because our production stays pretty strong but these are global commodities and they're needed elsewhere and we now have an ability to export our resources and play on the geopolitical stage so when it comes to what's going to be going on in the future it's hard to predict that but we do know every study i've seen shows that the american people will long be dependent on fossil energy mcgregor deputy assistant secretary of the us interior department speaking with bloomberg's julia chatterley's scarlet who enjoys enthrall coming up we'll be speaking with asthma chairman steve major about the new method to rules you can see all the bloomberg best stories at best go this is bluebird if someone asked 180 over 111 and i had a stroke when i woke up i can speak walk one fortyfive over 92 and then i had a heart attack hundred and eighty two over a hundred and i had a heart attack and a cardiac arrests and then a stroke everything change it felt like my life is over this is what high blood pressure sounds like you feel it symptoms but the results from a heart attack or stroke or far from invisible or silent when fifty over ninety and i added stroke if i would have followed a trim plan would not be in this situation 180 over 110 and i had a stroke i'm 33 so nosey this coming if you've come off.
"julia chatterley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg best i'm ju gauso president trump traveled to missouri earlier this week to discuss his plan to revamp the us tax system for more on trump's plans to rework us taxes bloomberg's julia chatterley's filled with former minnesota governor temple lenghty who's now ceo the financial services roundtable the markets this stockton to react to the concerns about a shutdown at some point the four in the four how serious this consigning you'll lined well the chance i suppose is not zero but i think it's very low i think the the consensus in washington among policy makers is they can default they have to adjust the debt ceiling to accommodate previously authorized and so it's nice i suppose for the shareholders are those companies that they'll do better but that isn't the reason you do and you do it to get the economy moving but that's not necessarily what happens has you make sure that this regulation is good deregulation and as you quite rightly said actually benefits can seem is in addition perhaps to shareholders that's a great point julie you need smart people who are informed and fair and balanced saying look we need to protect consumers and taxpayers but we don't want to go so far in that regard that we suffocate lending and the circulation and flow of capital aggregation deployment of capital let's needed to grow the economy so now you that it is a balancing act no question about it but i think most people would say some reasonable adjustments earn order because the pendulum swung t fall a little bit yeah so we had to uncle david hadn't let his file a risk advisers and on the show and he said deregulation my advice into the cake in good times but it also adds blood in the water in bad times cheating he's role on that point and just to claim this is a tough thing to sell to.