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"karen rothman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"karen rothman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Name is Michelle Hannigan in. This is. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. We talk with some degree of regularity about bonds on this program government bonds, first of all, and there are also important interest rates also corporate bonds debt that companies issue to borrow money to expand an invest, but not all debt is created equal. There are bonds that are super safe, and there are bonds that are less safe, but more remunerative and that slice of the corporate bond. World has been showing some signs of trouble. Marketplace's Justin who has that one corporate bonds are graded by the ratings agencies ratings like a double a triple b Karen Rothman is John Hancock asset management. The credit rating comes from the perceived risk of default bonds that score low are considered junk the formal phrases high yield. And this is not an insult. It's a wager. Higher return higher risk of the fault. Rothman says junk bonds are common for companies that tend to carry a lot of debt a good number of. Hi bonds are issued by energy companies other issuers in the market that are quite large. Telecommunications companies media and technology companies and healthcare companies sprint has been selling. Billions in junk bonds help build its giant five G network. Del Sol junk bonds to finance and acquisition in two thousand sixteen junk bonds are part of a normal growing economy. But when there are signs the economy is slowing down that could mean that default rates in in the corporate space will pick up. That's Jeffrey Cleveland chief economist at paid in regal. He says that could explain why investors withdrew a record amount from junk bond funds last year. The volatile stock market isn't helping investors appetite for risk either. Cleveland says junk bonds are a barometer for economic slowdowns the times when you see the worst performance in high yield are around the time of a recession. So if that's why money is leaving the space and that is that is more worrisome phenomenon. Investors aren't the only ones shunning junk bonds companies have an issuing them because those high yields are expensive to pay out. There wasn't a single junk bond sale on December. But there are signs of a recovery in the junk bond market for one companies are selling them. Again this month who troopers quality is managing director at panko Prisma if they wanna expand or want to buy another company that's unpleasant some of the companies are going to be pushed by the realities of their business to come to the market. But there are still concerns pass quality says right now investors are more worried about companies like General Electric, giant's beleaguered conglomerates whose corporate bonds having been given a junk rating yet the question. With certain companies like GE where to have a lot of debt on their balance sheet and their earnings are presumably on one trajectory, and that's downwards the are at risk of becoming downgraded to high yield right now. There's roughly a trillion dollars kind of barely passing that debt gets downgraded. It would flood the junk bond market making their values fall, even lower in their yields even higher in New York. I'm Justin how for marketplace. President Trump.

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"karen rothman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"karen rothman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Motorists are advised to use an alternate route and can expect delays in this region. And the limits of the closure on highway one will continue at ragged point to the south, but has been extended from Paul slide to until further notice due to rainfall in the area, it's five forty nine. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. We talk with some degree of regularity about bonds on this program government bonds, first of all, and they're also important interest rates also corporate bonds debt that companies issue to borrow money to expand an invest, but not all debt is created equal. There are bonds that are super safe, and there are bonds that are less safe, but more remunerative, and that's lice of the corporate bond. World has been showing some signs of trouble. Marketplace's Justin ho has that one corporate bonds are graded by the ratings agencies ratings like a double a triple b Karen Rothman is at John Hancock acid. Management. The credit rating comes from the perceived risk of default bonds that score low are considered junk the formal phrases high yield. And this is not an insult. It's a wager. Higher return higher risk of the fault. Rothman says junk bonds are common for companies that tend to carry a lot of debt a good number of bonds are issued by energy companies other issuers in the market that are quite large. Telecommunications companies media and technology companies and healthcare companies sprint has been selling. Billions in junk bonds to help build its giant five G network. Del Sol junk bonds to finance and acquisition in two thousand sixteen junk bonds are part of a normal growing economy. But when there are signs the economy is slowing down that could mean that default rates in in the corporate space will pick up. That's Jeffrey Cleveland chief economist at paid in regal. He says that could explain why investors withdrew a record amount from junk bond funds last year. The volatile stock market isn't. Helping investors appetite for risk either. Cleveland says junk bonds are a barometer for economic slowdowns the times when you see the worst performance in high yield are around the time of a recession. So if that's why money is leaving the space that it that is more worrisome phenomenon. Investors aren't the only ones shunning junk bonds companies have an issuing them. Because those high yields are expensive to pay out. There wasn't a single junk bond sale in December. But there are signs of a recovery in the junk bond market for one companies are selling them again this month poetry prescribe is managing director at pan co prisoner if they wanna expand or do you want to buy another company at some point some of the companies are going to be pushed by the realities of their business to come to the market. But there are still concerns pass quality says right now investors are more worried about companies like General Electric, giant's beleaguered conglomerates whose corporate bonds haven't been given a junk rating yet the question with certain companies like GE. Eve where to have a lot of debt on their balance sheet and their earnings are presumably on one trajectory, and that's downwards the are at risk of becoming downgraded to yield right now. There's roughly a trillion dollars of that kind of barely passing that debt gets downgraded. It would flood the junk bond market making their values fall, even lower in their yields even higher in New York. I'm Justin how for marketplace. President Trump signed.

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"karen rothman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"karen rothman" Discussed on KCRW

"Nor the details. Are that CHP is on the scene? Four twenty. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. We talk with some degree of regularity about bonds on this program government bonds, first of all, and they're also important interest rates also corporate bonds debt that companies issued a borrow money to expand an invest, but not all debt is created equal. There are bonds that are super safe, and there are bonds that are less safe, but more remunerative and that slice of the corporate bond. World has been showing some signs of trouble. Marketplace's Justin ho has that one corporate bonds are graded by the ratings agencies ratings like a double a triple b Karen Rothman is at John Hancock asset management the credit rating comes from the perceived risk of default bonds that score low are considered junk, the formal phrases high yield. And this is not an insult. It's a wager. Higher return higher risk of default. Rothman says junk bonds are common for companies that tends. To carry a lot of debt a good number of bonds are issued by energy companies other issuers in the market that are quite large. Telecommunications companies media and technology companies and healthcare companies sprint has been selling. Billions and junk bonds to help build its giant five G network. Del Sol junk bonds to finance and acquisition in two thousand sixteen junk bonds are part of a normal growing economy. But when there are signs the economy is slowing down that could mean that default rates in in the corporate space will pick up. That's Jeffrey Cleveland chief economist at paid in regal. He says that could explain why investors withdrew a record amount from junk bonds last year. The volatile stock market isn't helping investors appetite for risk either. Cleveland says junk bonds are a barometer for economic slowdowns the times when you see the worst performance in high yield are around the time of a recession. So if that's why money is leaving the space and that is that is more worrisome phenomenon. Investors aren't the only ones shunning junk bonds companies have an issuing them because those high yields are expensive to pay out. There wasn't a single junk bond sale on December. But there are signs of a recovery in the junk bond market for one companies are selling them again this month poetry per squalor, managing director at pan co prisoner if they wanna expand or they want to buy another company that some point some of the companies are going to be pushed by the realities of their business to come to the market. But there are still concerns pass qualley says right now investors are more worried about companies like General Electric, giant's beleaguered conglomerates whose corporate bonds haven't been given a junk rating yet the question. With certain companies like GE were to have a lot of debt on their balance sheet and their earnings are presumably on one trajectory, and that's downwards the are at risk off becoming downgraded to yield right now. There's roughly a trillion dollars kind of barely passing that debt gets downgraded. It would flood the junk bond market making their values fall, even lower in their yields even higher in New York. I'm Justin how for marketplace. President Trump signed the government employees fair treatment act of two thousand nineteen into law today unintentional irony aside, think about it for a second. It guarantees federal employees that they are actually getting paid whenever the shutdown finally ends. But there is a whole another group of people who are affected by this shutdown and most if not all of them aren't going to be getting anything when they go back to work government contractors is talking about people who do everything from computer programming to food service to you name it for the government, and that gets us to a special shutdown addition of our series, my economy stories of people, and how they are making a go of it out there this time, it's a retired government contractor near Washington DC. I'm Janet Martin. And I'm a retired software engineer used to work in government contracting. I started somewhere in the late eighties. So it was about twenty five years or so worked for many many different contracting firm. Firms little ones big ones. All across the spectrum the first shutdown. I went through was the Newt Gingrich shut down which was before this one the longest one ever. And I was very lucky. It was early on in my career. So I was not contributing a majority of income to the household. My husband had a good job at the time. It was just very stressful because I was home. I knew stuff was piling up. All I remember is. I ended up cleaning my house. All of them. I nervous energy. I remember running around the house cleaning everything some of the shutdowns were we were very lucky. They were just like, you know, shuts down on Friday opens backup by Monday. But some of them went on for a little while. Looking back on it. I realized that after that very first long shutdown that I was involved in. We always made sure we lived inside our paychecks. So we drive our cars till they literally fall apart in the driveway. We don't go on elaborate vacations. You know, we bought a house way back when thinking of eventually we would flip it for a bigger house. We've never done that it even affects me. Now. Even though I'm retired. I still kinda keep the expenses down as much as I can. We don't go out and go crazy. As I was listening to all of this shutdown information. I realized that's part of the decisions I've made over the years having this happen over and over and over again, you don't live. At the level that may be your paycheck would imply you could live because you know, that paychecks not. It may not be secure. Can't do this series without your help. So hook us up, and let us know how your economy is doing splash can do that at marketplace dot. Funnel note on the way out today in which I'm reasonably certain the Federal Reserve is just messing with it. The Fed's beige book came out today. The central banks regularly scheduled regional report on the American economy divided by its twelve districts. Well, the fed said was that most of the American economy is growing at a modest or moderate pace, which is fine, except we looked it up.

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"karen rothman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"karen rothman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. We talk with some degree of regularity about bonds on this program government bonds, first of all, and they're also important interest rates also corporate bonds debt that companies issue to borrow money to expand an invest, but not all debt is created equal. There are bonds that are super safe, and there are bonds that are less safe, but more remunerative and that slice of the corporate bond. World has been showing some signs of trouble. Marketplace's Justin ho has that one corporate bonds are graded by the ratings agencies ratings like a double. Triple b Karen Rothman is at John Hancock asset management the credit rating comes from the perceived risk of default bonds that score low are considered junk, the formal phrases high yield. And this is not an insult. It's a wager. Higher return higher risk of the fault. Rothman says junk bonds or common for companies that tends to. Carry a lot of debt a good number of bonds are issued by energy companies other issuers in the market that are quite large. Telecommunications companies media and technology companies and healthcare companies sprint has been selling. Billions in junk bonds to help build its giant five G network. Del Sol junk bonds to finance and acquisition in two thousand sixteen junk bonds are part of a normal growing economy. But when there are signs the economy is slowing down that could mean that default rates in in the corporate space will pick up. That's Jeffrey Cleveland chief economist at painting and regal. He says that could explain why investors withdrew a record amount from junk bond funds last year. The volatile stock market isn't helping investors appetite for risk either. Cleveland says junk bonds or a barometer for economic slowdowns the times when you see the worst performance in high yield or around the time of a recession. So if that's why money is leaving the space and that is that is more worrisome phenomenon investors. The only ones shunning junk pants companies have been issuing them. Because those high yields are expensive to pay out. There wasn't a single junk bond sale December. But there are signs of recovery. In the junk bond market for one companies are selling them. Again this month poetry prescribe is managing director at panko prisoner. If you wanna expand or they want to buy another company at some point some of the companies that are going to be pushed by the realities of their business to come to the hail market. But there are still concerns. Pass quality says right now investors are more worried about companies like General Electric, giant beleaguered conglomerates whose corporate bonds haven't been given a junk rating yet the question with certain companies like GE where to have a lot of debt on their balance sheet and their earnings are presumably on one trajectory, and that's downwards the are at risk of becoming downgraded to high yield right now. There's roughly a trillion dollars of the kind of barely passing that. If that debt gets downgraded. It would flood the junk bond market making their values fall, even lower in their yields even higher in New York. I'm Justin how for marketplace. President Trump signed the government.

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"karen rothman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"karen rothman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Here on WNYC. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. We talk with some degree of regularity about bonds on this program government bonds, first of all, and they're also important interest rates also corporate bonds debt that companies issue to borrow money to expand an invest, but not all debt is created equal. There are bonds that are super safe, and there are bonds that are less safe, but more remunerative, and that's lice of the corporate bond. World has been showing some signs of trouble. Marketplace's Justin ho has that one corporate bonds are graded by the ratings agencies ratings like a double a triple b Karen Rothman is at John Hancock asset management the credit rating comes from the perceived risk of default bonds that score low are considered junk, the formal phrases high yield. And this is not an insult. It's a wager. Higher return higher risk of default. Rothman says junk bonds are common for companies that tends to carry a lot of debt a good number of bonds are issued by energy companies other. Issuers in the market that are quite large. Telecommunications companies media and technology companies and healthcare companies sprint has been selling. Billions in junk bonds to help build its giant five G network. Del Sol junk bonds to finance acquisition in two thousand sixteen junk bonds are part of a normal growing economy. But when there are signs the economy is slowing down that could mean that default rates in in the corporate space will pick up. That's Jeffrey Cleveland chief economist at paid in regal. He says that could explain why investors withdrew a record amount from junk bond funds last year. The volatile stock market isn't helping investors appetite for risk either. Cleveland says junk bonds are a barometer for economic slowdowns the times when you see the worst performance in high yield are around the time of a recession. So if that's why money is leaving the space and that is that is more worrisome phenomenon. Investors aren't the only ones shunning junk bonds companies have been issuing them. Because those high yields are. Expensive to pay out. There wasn't a single junk bond sale in December. But there are signs of recovery. In the junk bond market for one companies are selling them. Again, this month Pucci per squall is managing director at pan co Prisma if they wanna expand or do you want to buy another company at some point some of the companies that are going to be pushed by the realities of their business to come to the hail market. But there are still concerns. Pass quality says right now investors are more worried about companies like General Electric, giant's beleaguered conglomerates whose corporate bonds having given a junk rating yet the question with certain companies like GE where to have a lot of debt on their balance sheet and their earnings, you know, are presumably on one trajectory, and that's downwards the are at risk of becoming downgraded to yield right now. There's roughly a trillion dollars kind of barely passing that debt gets downgraded. It would flood the junk bond market making their values fall, even lower. Lower in their yields even higher in New York. I'm Justin ho for marketplace. President Trump signed the.

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"karen rothman" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"karen rothman" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Coming up all of my nervous energy, everybody. Remember running around the house cleaning, everything got to keep your mind off the shutdown. Somehow right first, though, let's do the numbers. Now industrials up one hundred forty one points today about a half percent twenty four thousand two seven the NASDAQ picked up ten points. One tenth of one percent seven thousand thirty four five hundred advanced five points about two tenths percent twenty-six and sixteen Marielle about Eddie Lampert bid to save. What's left of Sears? Sears shares. Surged fifty five five five percent that they'll nickel elsewhere in retail Wal-Mart gained a tenth of one percent. Macy's down two percent day Ford is forecasting softer than expected. Fourth-quarter earnings for says is not going to be offering any kind of full forecast for the full year. Shares down six percents day just yesterday Ford and manufacturing lines with Volkswagen. Volkswagen down a tenth of one percent overseas. Trading GM up three tenths percent bonds fell yield on the ten year treasury note rose to two point seven two percent. You're listening to marketplace. Not everybody gets a chance to learn about the economy in school. Marketplace helps you continue your education in a way that smart accessible, and hopefully even a bit fun. Your donation is not only an investment in your own learning. But also in helping us make more people smart about the economy, and that is good for everyone to learn how you can help. Visit marketplace dot org slash investors. And thanks. That's marketplace podcast is brought to you by with Sabi. Hot cloud storage. If your company's thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, check out the company. That's rethinking cloud storage with Sabi is less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. Plus, it's eighty percents cheaper and six times faster than Amazon S three with no egress fees. Experience. It for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Asaba dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was ambi-. This is marketplace, I'm KAI result. We talk with some degree of regularity about bonds on this program government bonds, first of all, and they're also important interest rates also corporate bonds debt that companies issued borrow money to expand an invest, but not all debt is created equal. There are bonds that are super safe, and there are bonds that are less safe, but more remunerative and that slice of the corporate bond. World has been showing some signs of trouble. Marketplace Justin ho has that one corporate bonds are. Graded by the ratings agencies ratings like a AA. Triple b Karen Rothman is at John Hancock asset management the credit rating comes from the perceived risk of default bonds that score low are considered junk, the formal phrases high yield. And this is not an insult. It's a wager. Higher return higher risk of the fault. Rothman says junk bonds or common for companies that tend to carry a lot of debt a good number of bonds are issued by energy companies other issuers in the market that are quite large. Telecommunications companies media and technology companies and healthcare companies sprint has been sewing. Billions in junk bonds to help build its giant five G network. Del Sol junk bonds to finance acquisition, twenty sixteen junk bonds are part of a normal growing economy. But when there are signs the economy is slowing down that could mean that default rates in in the corporate space will pick up. That's Jeffrey Cleveland chief economist at paid in regal. He says that could explain why investors withdrew a record amount from junk bond funds last year. The volatile stock market isn't helping investors appetite for risk either. Cleveland says junk bonds or a barometer for economic slowdowns the times when you see the worst performance in high yield are around the time of a recession. So if that's why money is leaving the space and that it that is more worrisome phenomenon. Investors aren't the only ones shunning junk bonds companies have an issuing them because those high yields are expensive to pay out. There wasn't a single junk bond sale in December. But there are signs of recovery. In the junk bond market for one companies are selling them again this month. Putra squalor is managing director at Penn co Prisma if they want to expand or do wanna buy another company at some point some of the companies that are going to be pushed by the realities of their business to come to hail market. But there are still concerns. Pascall says right now investors are more worried about companies like General Electric, giant's beleaguered. Conglomerates whose corporate bonds haven't given a junk rating yet the question with certain companies like GE were to have a lot of debt on their balance sheet and their earnings are presumably on one trajectory, and that's downwards the are at risk of becoming downgraded to yield right now. There's roughly a trillion dollars of the kind of barely passing debt debt gets downgraded. It would flood the junk bond market making their values fall, even lower in their yields even higher in New York. I'm Justin ho for marketplace. President

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"karen rothman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"karen rothman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The way to read his poetry was not to analyze it but in his words to bathe in it when i get out of the poetry when i read it is just pure pleasure part of how it ripples in front of you and something you want to get close to roll around in in his work as paired colloquial speech with disjointed dreamlike imagery his poem some money begins like this i said i am awkward i said we make fools of our lives who are a little money in a code the great tree once roane passes over i said you can catch all kinds of weird activities the now got it now that you a think that can exploit it is the way that you would have expected any better way karen rothman is the author of a new biography of john ashbury called the songs we know best asked she says by not writing confessional poems about his own life ishberi captured a more universal experience he's managed to explain the experience of being alive but in a way that both familiar an unfamiliar the experience of feeling like an outsider feeling of being an exile something that everybody feel up and he well no precise about understanding what it was like to feel that way and how to express that feeling and how to express it in a way that suggested that people could survive it why of all the windows darken who laurel burned its image into the sky smoke rose golden shining in the queen's parlor in the pigsty outside it was winter however rule imagery is the recurring theme in ashbury poetry he was born in 1927 in a small town near rochester new york where he grew up on his father's orchard as a boy he took an interest in the surrealist art of the 1930s two decades later he was living in new york city where he was influenced by the ideas and music of john cage and the abstract expressionists painters he said he always wanted his own poetry to mean something i own with believe there is any plan writing poetry is going we rid and doesn't join up with the reader it's on point them there's no point in having done it no pan mightier than this said the object is though to ward off a step to kiss my sweetheart in the narrow alley before it was wartime and the cold ended on that note john ashbury.

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