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"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 2 months ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Well, his body was kept frozen at San Diego Zoo Global, which has the genetic material for more than 1000 animals. I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie Pellets. APP Limburg World Headquarters. Ah makes Friday and the losing week for the U. S stock market on the weak. The S and P 500 index was down 5000.7%. But stocks finished mostly lowers benchmark Treasury olds climb to the highest levels in the year, renewing concern that rising borrowing constant price pressures. Could derail the economic recovery. The S and P 500 index turned negative in the final few minutes of trading, ending lower for the first week in three. As for the 2021 outlook, Stephen Whiting is chief investment strategist at Citigroup Private bank were not expecting again this year. To produce double digit returns and all equities. We had that last year, but we are expecting a very strong economy, and Kate Moore is head of thematic strategy at BlackRock Financial. We are above consensus in terms of our growth expectations were looking for very, very strong, nominal GDP throughout 2021 on the back of a return to activity from vaccinations, as well as a huge amount of stimulus coming on the physical side and continued easy monetary policy. As for this year's outlook, Kamal shriek tomorrow is the president of shriek. Tomorrow. Global strategies. I think 2021 is going to be a year of strong growth and the reason for that is before inflation comes up more and more spending on Fed easing is going to help in terms of the growth crude oil back below $60 a barrel as well slowly restarted in Texas after being hit by the big freeze. Citigroup is studying options for slimming down the firm, sprawling international consumer operations, this part of incoming CEO Jane Frazier's efforts to simplify the bank. S and P down seven points. A drop of 2/10 of 1%. The Dow Up one point little change. NASDAQ Up nine Up by 1/10 of 1% globally used 24 hours a day on air and Tom Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. He's Bloomberg best. Bloomberg best is about the insight in the context that we get.

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"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The progress were still in the teeth of a pandemic. New stranger emerging. A few days we'll cross 500,000 Americans will have died. Over 19 Alexandria Ocasio Cortez is joining the list of those calling for a probe into New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's covert nursing home scandal, the Democratic congresswoman said Friday in a statement. She supports our local officials calling for a full investigation. I'm Brian Show. And I'm Charlie Pellets at Bloomberg World Headquarters. Ah makes Friday and the losing week for the U. S stock market on the weak. The S and P 500 index was down 5000.7%. But stocks finished mostly lowers benchmark Treasury olds climb to the highest levels in the year, renewing concern that rising borrowing constant price pressures. Could derail the economic recovery. The S and P 500 index turned negative in the final few minutes of trading, ending lower for the first week in three. As for the 2021 outlook, Stephen Whiting is chief investment strategist at Citigroup Private bank were not expecting again this year. To produce double digit returns and all equities. We had that last year, but we are expecting a very strong economy, and Kate Moore is head of thematic strategy at BlackRock Financial. We are above consensus in terms of our growth expectations were looking for very, very strong, nominal GDP throughout 2021 on the back of returned to activity from vaccinations, as well as a huge amount of stimulus coming on the physical side and continued easy monetary policy. As for this year's outlook, Kamal shriek tomorrow is the president of shriek. Tomorrow. Global strategies. I think 2021 is going to be a year of strong growth and the reason for that is before inflation comes up more and more spending on Fed easing is going to help in terms of the growth crude oil back below $60 a barrel as well slowly restarted in Texas after being hit by the big freeze. Citigroup is studying options for slimming down the firm, sprawling international consumer operations, this part of incoming CEO Jane Frazier's efforts to simplify the bank. S and P down seven points. A drop of 2/10 of 1%. The Dow Up one point little change. NASDAQ Up nine up by 1/10 of 1% globally used 24 hours a day on a rant on Bloomberg. Quick, Take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet..

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"kate moore" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"kate moore" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The book radium girls by Kate Moore was published in the US and twenty seventeen since a movie based on the book is coming out very soon her term reporter sandy Jenna gold give us a review of the book the book radium girls by Kate Moore is both eye opening and horrifying is subtitle is the dark story of America's shining women the book is divided into three sections knowledge power and justice Moore starts the knowledge section in nineteen seventeen when the first World War is raging on she tells readers about the young women some only teenagers who work as dial painters for the radium luminous material corporation they paint the faces on watches so they glow in the dark the reason for the glow radium in the paint Kate Moore spends time in the book talking about the newness of radium and how wonders it is no one talks about the dangers she doesn't excellent job of drawing readers into the women's lives in showing just how vulnerable they are there are many photographs that show the women as real flesh and blood in a way mere words might not more describes the work of the dial painters in the many ways a soak radiation into their bodies she does not spare any details of the women's symptoms many of them died before their thirty the second and third sections of radium girls has called power and justice giving detailed accounts of the struggle the women go through to find someone to heal their bodies and the paid their enormous medical bills radium girls as both the history book in a novel of young women in the nineteen twenties Kate Moore does a wonderful job of highlighting the courage these women had to uncover the deceit of corporations and get some form of justice the compassionate she has for these women and the outrage he feels on their behalf is evident throughout the book book is radium girls by Kate Moore for her turn I'm sandy chant cold.

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"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Blackhawks. Kate Moore has a nuanced view when we think about what's affecting company. This is one one of the most critical elements what's happening to wages in a tighter. Labor market and what impact does that have on margins. And if we're not getting as much wage pressure let's say into the back end end of two thousand nineteen or at least a moderation of it then perhaps some of the fourth quarter two thousand nine hundred full year two thousand nineteen margin numbers. They're gonNA look okay. I'm going to be watching. That really. Closely is companies report their full years looking at the lower than expected rise in average hourly earnings as a good thing for for margins and they good news for stock. Maybe not a great thing thing for employed digital consumer income growth. But it's not the world's worst thing for equity investors who've been really focused on a decline in margins and talking about when that might happen really over the last five years now it's easy to get caught up in the numbers of each month report but with an election on the horizon. Our panel of experts have political implications on the brain. Here's Jason Trainer. Kate where you're three and a half percent unemployment rate and you're still getting decent wage gains But they're not they're certainly not galloping. What does that mean? Ah for the broader working population. And how does that play into the political sphere given that we're coming up against an election. The good thing though I would say is inequality has reigned as yeah. I would argue the Fed. I I would argue. The Fed is probably the single biggest contributor to income inequality and And they may be the most responsible responsible for president trump being president and. I'm sure there's half you know they're probably a thousand people at the Fed. That just fainted in exasperation me saying that but I in my opinion the the all of the liquidity they've provided has largely wound up in financial assets and the average person. That just has a bank account has gotten kneecap. I understand that argument. We've had a lot of times since all of these actions for started taking place in two thousand and eight but why do you think that that's the reason that Donald trump is president. I think It I think the policy mix that you had after the financial crisis which was very easy money but tight financial regulation greatly benefited wealthy people more greatly benefited wealthy wealthy. People than the average person. Let me bring you in just as somebody who was in the Obama White House when some of these decisions were being made by the Federal Reserve and others from your economic perspective. During this this time do you agree that that's what caused the inequality. I don't my my view. Becky is that the the right alternative to compare it to who is if the recession were even deeper and even longer because the Fed was tighter in its monetary policy would that be better for inequality and I don't think they get. Would I do think. There is a component that clearly the the markets recovered faster than the than the real economy on responded Jason that at at least from the Fed's point of view tens of millions of people got lower mortgage rates. Tens of millions of people got lower credit card rates tens of millions of people so perhaps avoided a much deeper recession otherwise would finish and less joblessness joblessness and a lower hit a less of a hit to their incomes because of what the Fed did in the context of a Sclerotic Congress that it could not and did not act was worried about deficits in the way. They're not today Jason so I think the counterfactual very heavily in this context but Alex. Alex Brill is focused more on today's report than on the Fed as an indicator for this year's election. I don't put the The electoral comes in the hands of the federal. Reserve surfboard I think that we need to think about the regional economies In in if we want to think about the role of economics in influencing Election election outcomes. And we need to think you know we tour college. We need to think about what's happening on the ground in the labor market in in in key states. I think that the numbers that we saw Today with a a a negative number on manufacturing A downward revision overall for the three month average here small but the not insignificant You know when we when we see in a couple of weeks what that means at the state level. I think we're going to see a little bit more softness in the economy in those markets. And that's going to be a a little bit of a challenge for our incumbent In terms of the economy. It's early of course but I don't think it's that the that the metric that we want to be focusing on is is the Fed. I think we WANNA be looking at our our labor markets on the local level. So that's it another jobs Friday in the books next month the first report of a new decade but coming up next on squawk all campaign. Finance finance system frustrates the American people. It's one of the most important reforms that people have prioritized tracking the big bucks flowing into the twenty twenty presidential race. Nothing nothing surprises me except the hypocrisy. Why longtime presidential bolster Franklin's is fired up over the fund? How do you prepare your business for things you can't prepare for? The answer is workday. Plan execute an analyze and a single system shape your organization's nations future with WORKDAY FINANCE HR and planning partner like no other. This is squad. Good morning and welcome back squawk box right here on. CNBC Andros along with Becky. Quick and Joe Kearney in-studio Jason Trainer Tier Champions to research partners President Trump and the twenty twenty not twenty presidential candidates are hauling big money this year. A lot of focus is on small donations being given to the President Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and mayor. Buddha judge and some interesting trends are emerging Robert Frank. Following the money loves to do that follows money wherever ever goes. Don't you I do especially where it gets to be big money. Good Morning Joe. Well as you said small donors I had been the biggest driver of campaign funds this election season but employees of certain industries and certain companies have clear favorites and analysis of data compiled by open. The secret shows that president trump is by far the favorite among workers in the oil and gas industry pharmaceuticals healthcare professionals. And yes the real estate industry lawyers favor. Joe Biden was Warren. Gets the most money from the Internet company. Employees and people to judge has the big lead at the big banks now Bernie Sanders gets is the most money from education employees cory booker dominates donation of Investment Securities and Hedge Fund professionals. The hands down favorite in entertainment and media was Comal Harris until of course she ended her campaign now on a company by company basis Bernie Sanders scores at the top of the list of dozens of big corporates including apple. GM GM TESLA WALMART Boeing Amazon people to jets leads giving among facebook employees J. P. Morgan Bank of America and Pfizer Welcome. Lou Harris led employees always at comcast and Disney so interesting industry company. It'd probably be worth emphasizing again. These are from the employees not up from correct correct and that's what makes it more interesting in a grassroots environment. Right for more on where employees at some of America's largest corporations are putting their money to support twenty twenty candidates. Let's we are now joined by poster and political strategist Frank Luntz and frank. What surprises you from? What Robert just reported? Well actually nothing surprises me except the hypocrisy. It's okay to take money from employees but it's not okay to take money from PACs. What our political action action committees but groups of employees banning together collecting money and giving a little bit more than what you could as an individual? So it's okay for these candidates candidates in the whole campaign. Finance system frustrates the American people. It's one of the most important reforms that people have prioritized and this is a great example world of of that hypocrisy. Well not necessarily. I mean you could paint. The giving from employees is a little more grassroots. They happen to be employed from there but it's not like the company's rounding up the money and saying give it to them like a pack would be but a Pakistan rounding up the money pack is still collecting money from employees. And it's just it gives you a little bit more dollars a little bit more bang for the Buck Frank. When you when you dive into these numbers and look at where employees are putting their money are they are? They voting in their own interests as employees on behalf of their companies or not because some of the candidates that I.

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"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"On all of these things we're going to get through the morning as well as the latest unemployment number jobs Friday is always on a Friday and the it's have key content CNBC's lawnmower was live at the Labor Department in Washington really beating expectations the unemployment rate ticked up slightly just three point six percent race over the year the worker strike at General Motors had an impact on last month's this the employment in motor vehicles in parts with down by forty two thousand if the strike last week so it won't affect next month's report but something to keep in mind today the policeman surprised and optimistic give it to the potentially each higher sustainable rate Kate Moore who is asset manager blackrock it doesn't turn out to be the case I mean I think this is an unequivocally strong report pretty rosy ah look at where we are the thirty thousand foot yes we're stronger than we thought we were yesterday the numbers another metric watch today manufacturing hires the Institute for Supply Stories and other workplaces that came out after broadcast today slightly below forecasts just if the market reacted negatively to a weaker than expected I am and the last element of rate came in at tick higher than September's clocking in at three point six percent overall monthly workforce report and this time the focus is on a sector of big important for the upcoming holiday transportation sir guess is surprising it is surprising to me yeah I mean I think walks and you would have to assume the transportation is going through this massive change of probably people it is much more if you look at the top people being hired right now transportation the biggest growth watchi- rise above the rest story the places that are doing the hiring are Chicago Dallas is on that list is that because you being there that's exactly right they're there is big hiring they'll seasonal jobs sometimes turn into a fulltime jobs just to residences and believe what drive by his right to our door right away is something that we now all we've grown to be like yeah of course let's see what we work because this is a fascinating story ousted we work Adam manning against her and other women for becoming pregnant and taking maternity leave saying new mail that was hired the same position when she was the job interview and referred to her maternity leave as vacation she said it has zero tolerance policy for discrimination intends to vigorously defend itself this read the suit where you say to yourself this doesn't make sense you think to yourself are I don't know if anybody knows the rules I don't know if anybody understands what's right and what's Eh the behavior is repulsive freight and the impact on the mark there has been an impact into mega cap technology large-cap technology finding that's coming out of the IPO market is accenture hoping the venture capital that's a good thing ultimately but it's gotTa wash out a lot of the garbage that kind of got put in where people apor work to change his residency from New York to Florida court documents showing the president now people of New York and always will but unfortunately despite the fact that I pay millions of dollars in a statement good riddance it's not like Mr Trump paid taxes here anyway he's all the full history of his taxes for in part because we won't tell us about all trousdale but by the way he did that so with like just call a spade the Florida swing state you need Florida and using by becoming a resident somehow get it you're never going to win New York go with it but I thought the same thing he's the victim of the tax a lot of guests lot. I'm just hoping that that if this is really true does this choctaw shopping commuting traffic there's you yeah well maybe they knew this was coming.

More jobs added than expected for October

Squawk Pod

03:28 min | 1 year ago

More jobs added than expected for October

"As well as the latest unemployment number jobs Friday is always on a Friday and the it's have key content CNBC's lawnmower was live at the Labor Department in Washington really beating expectations the unemployment rate ticked up slightly just three point six percent race over the year the worker strike at General Motors had an impact on last month's this the employment in motor vehicles in parts with down by forty two thousand if the strike last week so it won't affect next month's report but something to keep in mind today the policeman surprised and optimistic give it to the potentially each higher sustainable rate Kate Moore who is asset manager blackrock it doesn't turn out to be the case I mean I think this is an unequivocally strong report pretty rosy ah look at where we are the thirty thousand foot yes we're stronger than we thought we were yesterday the numbers another metric watch today manufacturing hires the Institute for Supply Stories and other workplaces that came out after broadcast today slightly below forecasts just if the market reacted negatively to a weaker than expected I am and the last element of rate came in at tick higher than September's clocking in at three point six percent overall

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"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Get the best stories debate and analysis from the biggest names in business and politics are commodores correct today. It's jobs Friday unemployment at a fifty year low but is it all good news Amelie Peach of a report our panel on whether the economy is ripe for recession plus tech billionaires turn on capitalism people who want to succeed succeed and I know it's politically correct to say that to be honest with you. I think mathematically that's incorrect and Steve Schwartzman recalls his worst trait a realized I was about to cry. I'm just not allowed to cry. The Private Equity Legend tells becky quick about his early struggles and Becky's thoughts on that conversation which you'll hear only on the podcast to hear. This guy who you think is making other people cry. I'm CNBC producer Katie Eddie Kramer. It's Friday October Fourth Twenty nineteen spoke pod begins right now star trek you buy in three one good morning welcome back to squawk box here on CNBC. We are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. I'm becky quick along with Andrew Ross Sorkin Joe's out today. Our guest host is Steve Grasso. He is the director of institutional traditional sales at Stuart Frankel. He's NBC fast money trader. He's a frequent guest here on squawk box wonderful. It's the first Friday the of the month jobs Friday. When the Labor Department releases the number of American jobs lost or created the month before as well as the latest unemployment number jobs. Friday is always weighs on Friday and it's always at eight thirty. AM So on Squawk box. It's pretty much always free. There are a lot of voices in this conversation including our economics reporter. Steve Liebmann plus all of noisy traders behind our reporter. Rick Santelli who joins the team from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Andrew will walk you through the rest of our panel joining us now Halston Goolsbee in the Windy City University of Chicago Booth School of business professor and former council of Economic Advisers who's chairman. It's great to see you my friend. Kate Moore's here strategist at blackrock. Dave macintoshes joining US President of the club for Growth and a former US congressman. It's great to have everybody here. Let's get to Diana like she has. The numbers one hundred thirty six thousand nonfarm payrolls increased by one hundred thirty six thousand in September. The unemployment rate fell to three point five percent down from three point seven percent. That is the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine Diana thank you we're going to talk about all of this with some reaction from our jobs panel right now kate. Let's start with you. We never put anybody on the spot with saying exactly what that number was going to be but you were looking for a strong number and this is this really solid number the number. I was going to give one fifty nine with some downside. I feel like one thirty. Six is a healthy number especially because you saw the good healthcare number we expect expected little weakness in manufacturing retail. I think that's kind of par for the course of where we are in the cycle so I feel really good about this especially in light of what we had earlier this week in terms of 'em so so I think equities will do well to balance of the day. Hey Steve. You've had a minute to dig through some of that. What jumps out to you is the most important parts in this report are just trying to see the last night we had to be and a half percent unemployment rate and it looks like you gotta go back to nineteen sixty nine for one look. Here's the problem and we sorta flagged this problem back. in August as at August is very typically typically revised higher so the slowdown we thought we had in August at one hundred and thirty which we thought was hey. We're coming down to the place where we think we ought to be. That was your vice one sixty eight yeah and I think those are good. I think that tells us that. We're doing a little bit better than we thought we were doing. Retail has lots of problems down eleven thousand and then down on six thousand. We have to watch that sector. There's a huge transformation as you know happening over there. Look there's two scenarios that we're watching for here. Scenario number one is is a sort of expected slowdown as the crazy two hundred plus job gains of last year. Come back down to normal if we can settle in call it a one on twenty five to one fifty range that would be good and we're worried about the weakness going down below one hundred thousand. I think the idea that that we're now in zone own where it looks okay. It's pretty comfortable. It's not great but it's not terribly week. I called a win. Hey Rick Walk us through the market reaction to me. The biggest news without a doubt is that the markets looked at it as good news stocks and treasury yields but it's really a bad report in not for the jobsite wages this this is terrible unchanged month over month under three percent two point nine on a year over. Excuse me month over month year over year basis this these are good numbers. It's all about the money I stand. What do you think of this report. You know this kind of a mealy peach of a report. We're we're a little under what what what the forecast was okay like. Steve said it's it's okay but it's not it's definitely not Great Austin though you're looking at the wage issue decelerating eating not accelerating. How important is that to you. I think it's pretty important now that wages are steady after we've had several months where where they were growing. Hopefully this is a blip but I mean I'm telling you the thing driving this whole thing is that the GDP growth rate is slowing down and and a lot of the forecasters are now saying that they expect a one handle for the rest of the year if we get GDP growth falling down into the ones. I think the jobs odds numbers are GonNa fall apart and the ways numbers are going to fall apart dave when he think growth expectations for the rest of the year what are yours continued to be strong in the two to two and a half percent a from a political standpoint. This is very good news. The fact that the unemployment rate is an historic low. That's what most people around the country look at and the job. The creation rate is averaging now at one sixty three hundred sixty thousand a month when you compare that to pre trump the the Obama era at one oh nine that's very good news that he can take to the public and say we're. GonNa continue to grow the economy create jobs and the wage. It's a slight downward trend trend in the direction but it's still a positive increase rather than decrease in average wages sounds like a goldilocks number two so it say yet. Everyone picked US apart. You had some some weakness. You had some strengths in it. It still gives the Fed some room for cover to cut rates so I I think this is as close to a not too ought not to cold grieving for the market and we saw the market react to it almost immediately yeah. I totally agree on the Fed bit here. I think if we had a number that was very very strong and then everyone had to reduce their probabilities of further fed accommodation or mid cycle adjustments. I think that would cause risk asset assets to sort of chic but this is is right in that sweet spot where it's we're still growing or not growing so fast and that can continue on that path recession. They said before with a three point five percent unemployment blended economists can pick through this. This is probably a tailwind for trump. Wink wink had not but still you know at this point. It's about the economy me and for it to go. This long extended the cycle really's attest. Dow Strong. This overall economy probably is often have quickly. Can these numbers change. How quickly would they change. If we were actually seeing a turn and things I mean if you go back and look at previous recessions they could turn pretty quickly and if a recession begins and the strongest part of the economy now is that consumer confidence in consumer spending remained strong that can turn around very rapidly in a space of just a couple la months you can see big drops in consumer confidence down. It doesn't mean that that it will happen now. That's the that's the reason not to just say hey well L. A. One hundred thirty five thousand a month is okay and so it's probably going to be fine. I mean if we got an escalating trade war manufacturing's already in a recession. Shen and retail is already in a recession and those are two pretty decent sized chunks of the economy so we gotta count on.

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September Jobs Report

Squawk Pod

04:56 min | 1 year ago

September Jobs Report

"It's the first Friday the of the month jobs Friday. When the Labor Department releases the number of American jobs lost or created the month before as well as the latest unemployment number jobs. Friday is always weighs on Friday and it's always at eight thirty. AM So on Squawk box. It's pretty much always free. There are a lot of voices in this conversation including our economics reporter. Steve Liebmann plus all of noisy traders behind our reporter. Rick Santelli who joins the team from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Andrew will walk you through the rest of our panel joining us now Halston Goolsbee in the Windy City University of Chicago Booth School of business professor and former council of Economic Advisers who's chairman. It's great to see you my friend. Kate Moore's here strategist at blackrock. Dave macintoshes joining US President of the club for Growth and a former US congressman. It's great to have everybody here. Let's get to Diana like she has. The numbers one hundred thirty six thousand nonfarm payrolls increased by one hundred thirty six thousand in September. The unemployment rate fell to three point five percent down from three point seven percent. That is the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine Diana thank you we're going to talk about all of this with some reaction from our jobs panel right now kate. Let's start with you. We never put anybody on the spot with saying exactly what that number was going to be but you were looking for a strong number and this is this really solid number the number. I was going to give one fifty nine with some downside. I feel like one thirty. Six is a healthy number especially because you saw the good healthcare number we expect expected little weakness in manufacturing retail. I think that's kind of par for the course of where we are in the cycle so I feel really good about this especially in light of what we had earlier this week in terms of 'em so so I think equities will do well to balance of the day. Hey Steve. You've had a minute to dig through some of that. What jumps out to you is the most important parts in this report are just trying to see the last night we had to be and a half percent unemployment rate and it looks like you gotta go back to nineteen sixty nine for one look. Here's the problem and we sorta flagged this problem back. in August as at August is very typically typically revised higher so the slowdown we thought we had in August at one hundred and thirty which we thought was hey. We're coming down to the place where we think we ought to be. That was your vice one sixty eight yeah and I think those are good. I think that tells us that. We're doing a little bit better than we thought we were doing. Retail has lots of problems down eleven thousand and then down on six thousand. We have to watch that sector. There's a huge transformation as you know happening over there. Look there's two scenarios that we're watching for here. Scenario number one is is a sort of expected slowdown as the crazy two hundred plus job gains of last year. Come back down to normal if we can settle in call it a one on twenty five to one fifty range that would be good and we're worried about the weakness going down below one hundred thousand. I think the idea that that we're now in zone own where it looks okay. It's pretty comfortable. It's not great but it's not terribly week. I called a win. Hey Rick Walk us through the market reaction to me. The biggest news without a doubt is that the markets looked at it as good news stocks and treasury yields but it's really a bad report in not for the jobsite wages this this is terrible unchanged month over month under three percent two point nine on a year over. Excuse me month over month year over year basis this these are good numbers. It's all about the money I stand. What do you think of this report. You know this kind of a mealy peach of a report. We're we're a little under what what what the forecast was okay like. Steve said it's it's okay but it's not it's definitely not Great Austin though you're looking at the wage issue decelerating eating not accelerating. How important is that to you. I think it's pretty important now that wages are steady after we've had several months where where they were growing. Hopefully this is a blip but I mean I'm telling you the thing driving this whole thing is that the GDP growth rate is slowing down and and a lot of the forecasters are now saying that they expect a one handle for the rest of the year if we get GDP growth falling down into the ones. I think the jobs odds numbers are GonNa fall apart and the ways numbers are going to fall apart dave when he think growth expectations for the rest of the year what are yours continued to be strong in the two to two and a half percent a from a political standpoint. This is very good news. The fact that the unemployment rate is an historic low. That's what most people around the country look at and the job. The creation rate is averaging now at one sixty three hundred sixty thousand a month when you compare that to pre trump the the Obama era at one oh nine that's very good news that he can take to the public and say we're. GonNa continue to grow the economy create jobs and the wage. It's a slight downward trend trend in the direction but it's still a positive increase rather than decrease in average wages

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"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Shares. WE WIDER SECOND QUARTER LOSS. I I mean I do everything I can for for pet food things what you decide three dogs what you decide. What do you mean? Would you decide about the possibility O- of a dog in the sorkin in Sirkin households yeah. I've tried to just put it off trying to the kids will grow up before they realized they didn't get one or something. I mean how install it is designer dog. What do you think the boys watched the show and so if in fact a dog was was going to be a surprise but let me ask you talk about the the more they bug you? Will this impact your degree housing in the world and I get sick nickless. Honestly I do because believe me because you'll be just around germs skin germ. Yeah I know what it is. You want. The you want the dog for the the kids yeah the first twenty years of their life no for their immunity. I think my over interestingly health that's not eh mental and physical health. I'm telling you it yeah. There's a reason all dogs go to heaven. I'm going to have to get you all good there. There's there they. Are you know that you you also have a golden retriever went over his head but wonderful little dog got. You quit that I'm GonNa have you done are good for mental health to get you more got three the great to see you will be up next on squawk todd billionaire squawk box veteran Ken langone charity taxes and trump if he was not the president of the United States and and he was your child Hi old you would be very unhappy if he behaves this way instead some of these kids yet I'm David favorite join me crawl into Amihai and Jim Cramer for the opening bell our of CNBC squawk on the street the podcast subscribe for free wherever you listen and you can always catch us live weekdays at nine. Am Eastern this is quite pod squawk box here on NBC. I'm becky quick along with Joe. Kernan and Andrew Ross sorkin governors here. We're having conversation on the Senate chariots. Everybody hit morning air buckle up two hours with cats. I mean this is a breakthrough. That Andrew is here with you and I'm just trying to. Did you not know oh he was going to be here you facing your fears. Are you just decided he didn't do it of Heaven. explicable coincidence is why times I've I've been traveling got to confront the guy you gotta show what can I if I were him. I wouldn't you immediately started on them and and can I just a nice Roy. I know but it can. I ask you a favor. Can you treat him as A. CNBC employees not as an employee of some of the other places that you've already been casting aspersions to him about he's a CNBC and please. He's the squawk box friend who needed that other likes from Tommy those entities out appreciate yeah. Let's just make sure our journalistic standards on this show your show see how don't say stay bring this up at the No. I'm not at the highest level on being PAS. We're going to stay is we're GONNA do we want we want to be the epitome of the journalistic list standards pet all right here we go Ken. LANGONE is a billionaire from humble beginnings as a teenager an immigrant family. He dug ditches for the Long Island Expressway. Hi that was long before he co-founded Home Depot and made his money on Wall Street. He's a veteran a conservative a big believer in the American dream and an even bigger philanthropist and why you lend gone health same guy free tuition at Nyu School of Medicine Yup also Ken Langone has been CNBC guest for decades so our anchors know him pretty well and they're not afraid to debate especially about the Federal Reserve and president trump. Here's part of Kens very spirited two hours onset this morning when it comes to the Fed said you don't necessarily think the Fed should be cutting here. I don't think what this is all about taking an aspirin before you have a headache you take an ask before you gotta headache. Now okay okay. This is what this is but y'all but you know you wanNA. Take you WANNA take the antibiotic before it's like sexist too. I mean you don't you don't WanNa wait until then you need to know resistance to antibiotics and you don't want to wait took it. You don't want to wait until you're actually really sick to take the antibiotic. Look we're rates are art preemptive things where we may or may not be. I the currency thing right. You bought a company closed on it last week. Majority stake in the company two point six three three percent for five years fixed. This is nuts you being given to a gambling attic. Hey here's a million bucks. Go under the Casino and have awesome fun so you don't think the economy warrants. This savings are up. Consumer debt is down equity in in homes are going up and doing Straw the consumer by virtue of their spending ham. Everybody's sort of enthusiastic. I'd be careful about Christmas Christmas but everybody's enthusiastic about this coming Christmas season. I feel pretty good about on. I don't know if I'm at five percent and I don't know where the hell I am but the point is I do know that I think things are pretty good but I think just just to be fair. I think you could genuinely say because I think this is actually how you feel but you don't WanNa they say that you liked the results of of of where the country is today with the president in charge and that you want to give him credit for that but at the same time you don't like the things that he says in the way he behaves no no no no no no words on my matt now he's saying his style is different than line would be and I think I gotta give him the benefit of he's the president of the united the all these people at our after ought understand. He's the president of the United States whomever but I imagine at some level you I know you well enough to know that if he was not the president of the United States and he was your child you would be very unhappy. Happy behaves this way and said some of these Democratic presidential candidate is targeting charitable giving with new taxes. Ed's rapper frank joins us with more abor good morning becky well. The two economists were advising Elizabeth Warren on her. Well tax are now pushing for a tax on charitable giving now Emmanuel Diana's and Gabriel's Lukman at the University of California Berkeley up say that as part of new wealth tax certain types of charity should be taxed to quote curb abuses now the first is private foundations which have about eight hundred fifty billion dollars an asset so bill gates would be tax on his one hundred billion dollars in personal wealth along with the more than forty billion dollars that the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have that would include of course money given to the foundation by Warren Buffett so buffets wealth would be taxed as part of Gates's Gates's wealth now the second type would be donor advised funds those of course hold about one hundred billion dollars in assets economists say that people who give donor advised funds. We're private foundations still control that money until distributed to charities so quote such wealth constitutes individual power hang on Cam. We're GONNA get not because I knew going to speak up on this and quote it makes sense to make such wealth taxable. Now Warren has not publicly announced how charity would be specifically handled in her wealth tax. The tax is annual tax two percent of wealth over fifty million three percent on wealth over a billion can before you get outraged here. Let me just what they're not what but they're not saying what they're not saying is when you give one hundred million dollars to the Langan. NYU Medical Center or the Harlem Children's Zone that would not be taxed what they're saying is when you put that money in a foundation or a donor advise months which is essentially warehousing that wealth is not going to charity is say that should be taxed because you still control it but it's it's not doing social good. You have a legal obligation once you put it in there yeah payout five percent well with foundations now donor advised fund. That's eight hundred and fifty billion. That's the biggest pece talking about yeah all right daughter advise. I don't understand but we put we've already gotten attention money. That Buffett and bill have put in there yeah five percents. GotTa go out every year correct. Okay that that's automatic. It's a guaranteed they're going to get if they kept it themselves. They have no obligation what say that means ninety. Five percent isn't doing any good and has already been written off and is not being counted as their wealth when it should be let me tell you they control it. The one thing this nation or to reap route of itself around the world and this city is philanthropy. Philanthropy is a decidedly American Eric thing and it's a New York thing and that's why I wanna be clear. They're not saying you should tax the kind of philanthropy that you do. They're saying when you have a foundation that sits there for eternity donor which can point of this 'cause. Maybe it'll help. I think the take help wherever there's a couple all of issues here the first is what I think they're really looking at because I've talked to. I've talked to these folks directly but a lot of people around this issue is folks in a windfall year in a windfall year. Take that money rather than have a taxed put it into their own personal foundation as a result that money effectively does not get tax and is not not used for for for basic services. You get to direct that money however if you're writing by you didn't put it in you don't have the obligation of paying eventually really have to pay it out but the question is in these windfall years. How should people think about that by the way the flip side and I would actually make this argument and Bill Gates has made the argument one of the the reasons that it's one of the one of the biggest challenges is if you have a lot of money.

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"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Bringing show musically this squawk the daily podcast brought to you by the team behind squawk box. CNBC CONTROL TO CNBC's essential morning show every day. Get the best stories debate and analysis from the biggest names in business and politics are coming to our next. Here's what we're talking about today. The billionaire investor Ken langone white saying to a gambling addict. Hey here's a million bucks going into the Casino and some fun filmmaker Ken Burns on Countries Trees Big Bang for the music industry. The origin is an intersection of commerce and Technology and Joe Becky Andrew Watch what could be a key move by the central bank. This is the first time the Fed has stepped in such a way literally in ten years. We've got those stories and much more. CNBC producer Katie Kramer. It's Wednesday September eighteenth pod begins right now becky three one up and becky hey good morning everybody welcome the squawk box here on CNBC. We are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. I'm becky quick along with Joe Kernan and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Our guest is blackrock Kate more good to have have you here. Thank you first up on today's podcast the murky market known as Repo what is it the Federal Reserve has a two point two trillion dollar repurchase purchase system that allows one party to extend cash for equivalent securities. This can help companies short on Tash to borrow quickly the cash borrower agrees to repurchase those securities again at a slightly higher price and the other day the interest rate on that borrowing known as the REPO rate shot up to ten percent about four times. What's normal so the New York fed made a surprising rising of shoring it up with emergency fifty billion dollars on Tuesday then they injected more today now? Let's get back to Becky Kate. We were just talking about this. It's all the moves that were made in the repo market yesterday by the Fed pretty confusing to try and figure out what was happening why yeah I think there are a lot of people that are looking at all of these small events ends and asking does it have bigger implications Andrew and I were sort of chatting about as well and in this environment where everyone's feeling really uncertain where we have heightened geopolitical risk in the political risk and policy can certainty you know I think these sort of fractures in the market make people more nervous so whether or not this ends up being a much bigger issue I mean I'll leave that to the experts on the repo side but I will note that this really does weigh on investor citing inside the office yesterday. This is the thing I'm trying understand. I immediately had a two thousand seven summer of two thousand seven flashback aspect BNP scare. I don't know if you remember but there was a two and a half billion dollars. maybe two billion dollars were frozen subprime that all of a sudden there was like a freak out and at the time it didn't feel like it was meaningful didn't and everybody's sort of pooh-poohed it and said Oh it's just a technical issue one problem with one institution and then of course we know what happened the difference though private institution between what was happening in the market and the Fed stepped in right away and there was awesome action right so this is the first time the Fed stepped in such a way literally in ten years and the only other time that ever did something like this was in the middle all of crisis. That's right now. I think it's fair to ask you know. Is this going to be something like a warning sign and we're going to look back and say this is the start of a bigger fractured. Oh factors really are technical factors so well technical fat they technically you know you say oh yeah. They call them technical factors but there's something looming but sometimes taking effect is really are just take those I mean there's nothing else that would say on the black rock trading floor. There was no panic it was very orderly and calm and like a regular Tuesday morning so it's it's interesting that the the like a handful of headlines but just a smattering and try to make sense of what it meant or they were doing it was up to seventy five billion not entirely really sure how much they it's happening. It's not happening this window. I agree. It was a little bit confusing and something of course we'll be watching. They mentioned I think like the all of these small things things that are impacting sentiment can together really weigh on you know how investors active in the end of the year. Let's talk about oil this morning and the price of crude rude again an issue where even forty-eight hours ago there was a bit of a freak out. I don't even know there's forget the markets in which is where I got it in the headlines at they jumped by more than ten percent after the weekend attacks acts on Saudi oil facilities but gave back much of those gains after Saudi Arabia said it would restore most of its oil output and returned all production levels within weeks now the kingdom's is new energy mentors said that fifty percent of production actually that was lost on in Saturday's attack has already been restored we had an expectation that there might be a third of it back online by the end of this week week but fifty percent already is quite a feat or at least ahead of where people were expecting things to be. He's the attacks won't affect and this is also important because we were asking lots of questions questions on Monday morning over the weekend will not be impacting Aramco's upcoming. Ipo Of course that IPO has been delayed for quite some time now going to be going public domestically in Saudi as opposed to on a major exchange but moving ahead nonetheless Aramco's chairman said the company is committed to that IPO taking place in the next twelve months the country's Defense Minister Ministry set to hold a news conference later today and of course we expect to learn a lot more about who came thinks was behind that attack Iran's Defense Ministry this morning continuing to deny any role in the attacks despite the comments and intelligence from US officials. I can't believe anything they remember to be six months before for we're back online that was original estimate for Saudi Arabia so it at first saying you can't believe Saudi no. I'm saying that when you're trying to decide what to believe it right after an event that it's best to just call type yet this whole I remember going to be six months if we hit a six month disruption of south of half of Saudis oil even though we don't import people were talking about you know. They have a thirty five to forty days supply. How much can you get back on six? Months was the thinking wow those facilities as must really be damaged. Sometimes you think about we we've had power go out and and it's like Oh to get things like look. There's even just fired a refinery or for an oil operation. It can create lasting damage in this case. It's going to be six months right new developments seventeen we works pushed to go public still before year's end CEO Adam Newman speaking to employees in a webcast that took place late yesterday on Tuesday he said he had had been quote humbled by the shelves. IPO and said that he had received feedback on the role that he needed to play as a leader of public company he then went on to saved the week debut for other disruptors like lifting Uber contributed to his decision to delay the offering. I will tell you I sat with him now. I want to say maybe three three or four months ago. We were on the record at the time Uber's. IPO had taken place and I put the question to him. How do you how much you focused on the Uber? IPO How anxious nobody will it and at the time it was like doesn't matter to me completely irrelevant. I can't even if he was able to get investors who wanted to invest at a price. They were looking. I mean I'm suggesting that all of a sudden I dare. I say there's an element of hypocrisy yeah. That's it well. It was the and it just it doesn't matter if you can still get investors interested in you now. Investors may be less interested in him having seen what happened to uber coming out and having seen what happened to lift having seen what happened to smile direct club but it's because they kicked the tires maybe a little harder than they would've otherwise if the price is right right and the financials look good. You know you don't have to worrying about what's come before you right. They'll be demand for your.

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"kate moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"kate moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Melts was originally written for his own on Sambol which was modeled after the bang on a can Allstars the new music bands year in New York. They've had a profound influence on contemporary, new music, and lots of other on sambas had been formed based on their combination of classical instruments, and instruments in the worlds of popular music. Well, this though is neither the bang on a can Allstars nor Mark melodies own band. This is American baroque performing on broke period instruments, but it still has kind of relentless rhythmic sound of Mark melts original version of the piece on this dish in of new sounds, we will hear this music by Mark melts and American baroque. We'll also hear performances of pieces by Paula Mathieson Nico Mueller. Anna Klein Kate Moore and others. Along the way, you'll hear on samba lls, featuring baroque instruments American folk instruments small and medium-sized on samba lls of more or less classical instruments. You will not hear the bang on a can all stars. And yet the one thing that ties together every composer in the next hour is they have all been commissioned by bang on a can write music for them. I'm John Schaffer. Glad you've joined us for this edition of new sounds. We're going to start with the late Iceland, composer, Johann Johannsson. He was based in Berlin, but was no stranger to New York did a couple of new sounds live things with us, including a bang on a can people's commissioning fund work that we did at merkin hall. But in his latter years, he became best known for his film, scores. It was not. Nominated for Oscars won a Golden Globe for the theory of everything. I like this score from the film arrival. And we're going to hear two excerpts both of which feature unusual use of the voice as purely instrumental texture, hep pod B, and Congo. Ru from the film score to arrival by the Icelandic composer, Johann. Johannsson. The tribute to the classic minimalism of the nineteen seventies by the New York composer, Nico. Mealy doublespeak is the name of that work. The album is called filament a collection of works written for and played by a placard the Chicago Chicago-based, new music chamber group, and that is Nico Mulas music. But if you're a fan of Steve Reich, Terry Riley, and most especially Philip glass, he might have recognized some of the musical materials as they came and went the piece was actually written for Philip glasses..

"kate moore" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"kate moore" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To influence evolution to be like us. Now, of course, once life putt started anywhere or it would evolve in its own way. But think of a parent joined to influence the development of her child. So she leaves books around the house hoping that the child will pick one up. And the child. Okay. When it's a baby might pick up letter blocks when it's four years old, it might pick up picture books when it's nine years old, it might pick up Harry Potter when it sixteen years old might pick up. Leo Tolstoy's Warren peace now, you are not making a duplicate of yourself by spreading your favorite books around the house, but you're influence element development occurs. Independent of you. But you can have some influence on it by leaving these this sort of information around the house. Now, imagine that were extraterrestrials and they wanted to help make life forms on other solar systems to be more like them while the way by spreading genes into now. How could we know this happened? I'm not sure. But I think if we took this as a suspicion, and then we started looking at the genomes of terrestrial life forms to see if there was evidence of this sort of gene transfer bacteria can transfer genes from one organism to another. They do they do that naturally. What if this was done intentionally? Well, I'm not saying that has happened. But I'm saying that if you're looking for extra terrestrial 's the place to look for their messages is not in radio waves, but it's in the genes of life on earth. I can't agree with that. I that makes no sense. The that was wonderful wonderfully said wonderfully thought about as well, yeah, I talk about the book the case for space company disgusted at a big conference in Berkeley next weekend. All right. And. Okay. All right. Yeah. I like that way better than the radio ways. I've never understood that just always thought that was a front for something else. I didn't know that's not who's going to do that, you know radio. No, it's not gonna happen. So, hey, those of you that are just now tuning in. You are listening coast to coast AM, this is Connie Willis here. And I'm talking with Dr Robert zoo Brennan and very interesting stuff about space space exploration. Our plans are future. What we can do what we can't do. And we've got a little bit more time with him. So I hope you stick around with me. Then after that, we'll be talking to an artist more Kate Moore, and she brings back to life some older scraggly elongated heads. It's amazing. What she does to stay with us Connie Willis here on coast to coast AM. Bluecross? Lucille believe everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield association.

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"kate moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

16:57 min | 2 years ago

"kate moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Thank you guys for being a part of that. So so see blue rock is the earth. Right. So I love all the stuff too. If you know anything about my past. You'll also know that I love the moon. I'm all about the moon. It's beautiful. You know, because I could see it. I could take the telescope as well as a kid and look up there and see them or just look up at it with with my is, you know, there were there were wonderful things that happened just from what the moon, look like, you know, like if something wonderful did happen. I could look up at the moon and it happened on a full moon. If something wonderful happened. I can go. Wow. Look it happened on the night where it was a crescent where it was looked like the fingernail or the smile. So I kinda game. Things like that as a child. So I loved the moon. I just was in. When I lived in an area called outside of Sarasota, Florida longboat key siesta key known as the whitest sand, anywhere and softness. Well, I would sit there in the middle of the night IB about the seriously. This is true sitting out there at night. And if you know that area at all, it's very seasonal there snowbirds, and so there there, and it's like crazy, and then they're not, and it's pretty empty, but you sit out there night, and you can be the only one for months. But the white sands with the moon shining on the reflection from the moon on the sand. Yep. That light it just you can look at it and think the sands because they were so white or it was just like snow, but you could also look at it and go. Wow. This is probably what it's like to be on the moon because so white so I've always loved this too. So it's great to be able to talk to Dr Robert Zubin today or tonight and hear that he has that same kind of love as well for space in the moon and getting out there and to Mars, and so so Robert it is very nice to talk to you. Let me ask you some questions, you know, that I just have myself. I guess I have been interspersing them as well. But what what is the moon? What is it to us? And what the other the other planets have them to you know, some of them somehow Hoban what is the moon? What's it about? Well earth, eight continent. Surface area to size of Africa. And and it's close world. So not just an argument to be made that it should be offer. Stop in our expansion space for conceivably. We could go to Mars I. But right now, it appears that target is the moon and from there. We go further, but it's the first step in the chance for mation of humanity into a multi planet spacefaring species with the whole universe. Open to us. The aids continent never heard of that. That's excellent. Could you thinking you've got me thinking tonight? Robert, I like this. I like this eighth continent. I've never heard of that. I like that the eighth maybe ninth wonder of the world. Right. He's one of the wonders of the world. That's sure, but it is. Yeah. It's our eighth continent. It's the surface of the moon is equal and size to Africa. Surface of Mars is equal to all the continents of the earth together. Wow. Amazing. Okay. So you say we could be there in ten years, right? Marcin ten years. We should be on the moon pie. It only took us eight years to get to the moon the first time, and we were starting, you know, with nineteen sixty one we have pushed telephones cell phone. So smart. So I'm going to ask you a few things, I know that you don't like this area, and you can just give one word answers. That's fine. But I want to wanna make the people out there happy that these questions have been asked for you just and I know they're going to be quick answers. I get it. Were we ever on the moon before and told to be a run off where we were we told you get out of here? We were certainly on four we landed on the moon with Hicks. Apollo missions. Told the leave. No, we were made to read the Nixon administration. Okay. Okay. We're we're any of the moon landings faked. No. They were real. Sometimes I wonder look to NASA we have now these guys never could have gone to the moon. It was different NASA. And I think we can have that NASA again. But what's needed is serious marching orders? What's needed is? You know, I mean, if they got serious marching orders than the dead would get pushed out actually they were the last time. I mean, you know, NASA was descendant of a previous organization, which was a national aeronautic committee and get gotten pretty sleepy. Bye that right and not all of the neck national wanted to go to the moon. But Kennedy made it clear that that was gonna happen. And what happened then was the can do people rose to the top. And the can't do people got shown the door. And so the way to reform NASA is to push it into action. You know, it it's like a peacetime military. Who's brass skits infested with the you know, you know? Dornald assures. And, but then, you know, you get tacked, and and and you've thrown into action and ability shows itself and lack of ability to self that you get rid of your McLellan's and you're bringing your grants, and that's what we need to do with NASA. Do you think that when challenger would would happen there? They really slow things down stuff things. Well, or no. Challenger explosion. Well, I think that was traumatic for Nusa. But you know, NASA was selling the shuttle like it was joy. And even the name shuttle makes it sound like it's a routine thing. And it wasn't. It was a bold dangerous ship of exploration. And you if you're gonna do this you have to expect since you have to expect they'll be casualties. You know, if you insist that you're not going to go to Mars until it safe. You're never going. You know when Winberg flew the lane ticket wasn't safe time air travel became safe by doing it. Yeah. Any slowing down like that. I would think there's just my thought. But I think everybody in the challenger would have said no don't slow down you keep going. Why that's what we were doing keep going. I would think that they would say the same thing who they? Yeah. I mean, obviously people getting anything. But I am one occasion did speak to Christa McAuliffe seems the teacher. Joyce. Don't stop if you're betraying everything that gave their lives for. Absolutely. I absolutely agree to that. And they all knew what they were getting into. And it was a terrible thing. I lived in Florida at the time, and I was watching well not at that time. But so many shuttles go up and other rockets not make it and unsung things come down. You know, it was so incredible to be those events because you knew it was just history being made every time whether something landed or went up or or did even blow up it was just wow. To be there. Cape Canaveral man. Anyway, I'll tell you what. When when you went at night, and you saw that shuttle shoot up at night, and you saw everything just turned into day as it went up. And then as you saw it go higher and higher and higher and in turn into look like another star in the sky. It just made you wonder what else is out there. And I love that. That's what I love about all of this makes you stop thinking and be mad politically angry at somebody, and this and that and screaming and yelling that you get so much of in everyday life. You just turned on TV, and is just so nice to have people get into their minds and wonder again of what's out there. You know when you were kid looking up at the sky. Sure, it brings out the best in us. I think so too. I think so too. So it's good to have you as an advocate with this. Pre sheets us women. I got a couple other more of those regular questions to ask you. It's interesting to hear what you say to. So. All right. What do you say to flat earthers? They're wrong. Okay. And that's it. And I did say you can say it and just so word or two. I love the pictures of the of our from. I don't know. I can't remember which ones they got those wonderful beautiful earth shots, but the earth rise to love it love it love it. And it just keeps on coming at love stories that shows a lot of the earth. Waters and all of that those are artifice show in the engineer fines. And they shouldn't divide us, and that's true too. But it shows something else the earth is in states. We are part of space. We are not separate from space. We're in-space we're part of a universe. Okay. Which is still with planets and probably life. But whatever it is we need to find out about it. Because the universe is our home. Uh-huh. I like it. Okay. All right. So let's go back to another question. This one's kind of for me. This was kind of for me. Now, I do believe there is life outside of here. Not just microbes, but real intelligent life. I do as well. Believe that they have visited I. Some curious about this. I'm trying to figure out the best way to word it. But I believe heard many many stories from what I believe are very credible sources about transfer technology where they have found. And not just communication with aliens. But just found ships that they believe were from something else. Someone else not humans, and they were crashed or they were shot down, whatever. And then they took that and had this transfer technology to to all of a sudden, we went leaps and bounds making things smaller easier to get out there in space. What do you think of that is do you think there's anything seen any evidence of that? But. Okay. If I were aliens. The thing, you know, people are looking for messages from aliens in radio messages. I don't think that that is how you would send information across a grain would send it in the form of the in a message wouldn't be alot. Here's the plans for building star ships. No, the message would be be like us. In other words, what are the kind of messages that people send to people? They don't know. It's propaganda. Okay. Think Radio Free Europe be like us. We are good like us radio Moscow. We are good be like us the gideon's leaving bibles in hotel rooms. Join our faith. Okay. Be like spiel come one of us. And so what's the equivalent of spreading Gideon bibles across space it sending jeans? Okay. It would be entirely possible. We could do this ourselves right now. We create little pallets with tiny sales on them that would be reflected that would be pushed by sunlight, and they could be shot right out of our solar system to other solar systems, and they could contain microbes that carry our genes or genes other terrestrial life, or or both tire no is arts of jeans and shoot them to other solar systems in order to spread our genes into their biosphere or even just start their biospheres and attempt to influence evolution to be like us. Now, of course once life. Putt started anywhere or it would evolve in its own way. But think of a parent trying to influence the development of her child. So she leaves books around the house hoping that the child will pick one up and the child. Okay. When it's a baby might pick up letter blocks when it's four years old, it might pick up picture books when it's nine years old, it might pick up Harry Potter when it sixteen years old it Mike pick up Leo Tolstoy's warranties. Now, you are not making a duplicate of yourself by spreading your favorite books around the house, but you're influencing element the development occurs. Independent of you. But you can have some influence on it by leaving these this sort of information around the house now imagine. That were extraterrestrials and they wanted to help make life forms on other solar systems to be more like them while the way to pass by spreading your genes into now. How could we know if this happened? I'm not sure, but I think if we took this as a suspicion, and then we started looking at the genomes of terrestrial life forms to see if there was evidence of this sort of gene transfer bacteria can transfer genes from one organism another they do they you that naturally. What if this was done intentionally? Well, I'm not saying that it happened. But I'm saying that if you're looking for extraterrestrials the place to look for their messages is not in radio weight, but it's in the genes of life honors. I can agree with that. I've that makes no sense. That was wonderful wonderfully said wonderfully thought about as well, I talk about the book the case for space. Discuss it must have been discuss it at a big conference in Berkeley next weekend. Well, all right. Okay. All right. Yeah. I like that way better than the radio ways. I've never understood that just always thought it was a front for something else. I didn't know that's not who's going to do that, you know radio. No, it's not gonna happen. So, hey, those of you that are just now tuning in. You are listening to coast to coast AM, this is Connie Willis here. And I'm talking with Dr Robert zoo Brin and very interesting stuff about space space exploration, our plans or ideas are future. What we can do what we can't do. And we've got a little bit more time with him. So I hope you stick around with me. Then after that, we'll be talking to an artist more Kate Moore, and she brings back to life some older -ties scraggly elongated heads in. It's amazing. What she does to stay with this Connie Willis here on coast to coast AM. Iheartradio station. News ninety three point one K F B K, Jordan, Christmas, news ninety three point one KFB K. An investigation has determined that July twenty seventeen wildfire.

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"kate moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kate moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sure, but I think if we took this as a suspicion, and then we started looking at the genomes of terrestrial life forms to see if there was evidence of this sort of gene transfer bacteria can transfer genes from one organism another they do that naturally. What if this was done intentionally? Well, I'm not saying that has happened. But I'm saying that if you're looking for extra terrestrial the place to look for their messages is not in radio weight, but Indochino of life on earth. Okay. Agree with that. I that makes no sense. The that was wonderful wonderfully said wonderfully thought about as well, yeah, I talk about the book the case for space discussing discuss it at a big conference in Berkeley next weekend. All right. Okay. All right. Yeah. I like that way better than the radio ways. I've never understood that just always thought that was a front for something else. I didn't know that's not who's going to do that, you know radio. No, it's not gonna happen. So, hey, those of you that are just now tuning in. You are listening to coast to coast AM, this is Connie Willis year. And I'm talking with Dr Robert zoo Brennan and very interesting stuff about space space exploration, our plans or ideas are future. What we can do what we can't do. And we've got a little bit more time with him. So I hope you stick around with me. Then after that, we'll be talking to an artist more Kate Moore, and she brings back to life some older scraggly elongated heads in. It's amazing. What she does to stay with us Connie Willis here on coast to coast AM. I heart radio station. News ninety three point one KFC K. I'm in Jellico Obioha is ninety three point one. K our top story. The Trump administration wants up to two years to find potentially.

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"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Black rocks chief equity strategist, Kate. Moore says there's a great opportunity right now to buy emerging market stocks in particular Chinese tech. She spoke with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and frontier. I still think there's great opportunity in the end. And a lot of what would have been sold off its about sentiment about trade policy about concerns around future growth. And yet we're not actually seeing that come through in terms of the earnings or the demand or any kind of a high frequency signals. We look at big data. Inputs flavor of. E commodity angle, which item buyers is something more general on the commodity side. We're not calling for big upside and prices at all so it's hard for us to get super excited about resource stocks, but a few weeks ago together with some of the investors I spent some time in China talking to the tack in media and internet companies public and private. That are making the biggest part of the market cap. And what we basically saw was that? These these demand trends are long lasting. This is something that's nostrils a few quarters, and yet these companies were getting severely punished when it comes to prices because of changes in the regulatory environment or some of the concerns around trade or concerns around policy in general. I think this is a great opportunity for a long-term by the Chinese tech sector, which makes up close to forty percent of the market cap of that market. Kate is this the base the base case scenario that actually the Chinese are going to do everything they can in their power to stabilize economy, and therefore stabilize the markets, or is this because you're bullish that actually, you know, we've over oversold the Chinese market, for instance. That's a good point. You know, there's a lot of explicit and implicit support by the Chinese government in key, sectors and industries technology is certainly one of those industries and the growth trajectory. We think we'll be very supported by government policy going forward. Whether or not they step in to buy the shares. I mean, that's a question to be seen if that's a sustained program. But what I will say is there's a lot going on in terms of development that makes these companies extremely competitive on a global basis, and I think it's just being under represented in their share prices are under recognized. And you know, if you have a little bit of a stomach for volatility. This is a nice time. That ben. Yeah. Have a good stomach of all continuing the theme. Johnny mobile posted a three percent rise in their profit for the first nine months off the thanks largely to the IPO off at Chinatown. Our chief Asia correspondent, Stephen Engle joins us for more on the story. Stephen good to see you as always the biggest mobile phone company. How's it faring? Well, the market's not really liking the nine month report card here in Hong Kong. There's a number of different concerns. A yes it got off. We've got some one off gains from that China tower IPO that IPO though has not performed that. Well since the listing. However, the biggest concerns are you know, if you strip off those one one off gains actual net income fell a percent also revenue Arpaio average revenue per users because of government mandated tariff cuts in China are PU has dropped eight percent in the nine month period. So that's not good. And then there's a concern as well as the ongoing cost of five G these big carriers all around the world, and especially in China, which is a leader in the eventual five G rollout there spending billions of billions of dollars. So right now the stock is down about three percent a little bit more than three percent. So there's a bit of pressure and increasing. Investors are looking forward if they're not getting as much revenue from four G how is five g going to fare? So right now, China Mobile down three and a quarter percent. It's down about two and a quarter percent year to date, but has rallied a little bit from that dip, you see there on July eighteenth, but still five g going to be in the focus going forward for China Mobile. Stephen. Thank you very much, Stephen Engle with the very latest on the mobile story in China up next. The UK's digital.

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"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Estimate. There are about one hundred thousand so-called cyborgs worldwide the magazine sites one analyst who says the human augmentation market, which includes implants as well as bionic limbs and fledgling computer, brain connections will grow more than ten fold to two point three billion dollars by thousand twenty five as industries as diverse as healthcare defence sports in manufacturing. Adopt such technologies. It's almost impossible to profit in cybersecurity. So says a report from blue shift research, which points to a glut of cyber security firms offering a dizzying array of approaches that continues to expand seemingly monthly Lucian says expansion has taken a heavy toll on firewall category. Leaders like Cisco checkpoint polo to and in particular, Juniper Networks and an exchange traded fund that runs twenty four seven on IBM's Watson platform has beaten the benchmark. Last week the powered equity ETF, ticker a Q climb better than eleven point eight percent from its debut year. Earlier just edging out the s&p five hundred that's better than eighty seven percent of active managers over the stretch. The Mark was hit primarily by buying little known companies that paid off big. That's the Bloomberg NJIT stem report, Tom Jonathan thanks so much Bob moon. Appreciate that as well. Five things you need to know to start your day bunch. You by interactive brokers, use an inner integrated investment account from interactive brokers to earn Varos spend and invest globally from one account. Learn more at IB K R dot com. John the Saudi story is so many advanced parts and a cacophony of threads. And I've I gotta go forty eight minutes ago to Clarissa ward of CNN who's got a valid title chief international correspondent who talks about in this. I don't know if it's speculate. Nation or it's a report affect by CNN. It's a body double of an exit out of the concepts reports. A senior Turkish official. A message to be the sources for much of this as it evolves. That a member of the team essentially suspected in the death of Jamal Khashoggi was captured on surveillance cameras wearing his clothing around a Stemple on the day that he was killed a lot of this incredibly embarrassing for the Saudis, especially when they come out with their first real official explanation of the whole ordeal. Which essentially is that somebody turns up for a fist fight with a bone saw, Tom, and no one's by the friendship post push back. They want more information. The Germans put on sales to the nation on hold the Democrats, the Republicans pushing back as well, they suspect that knowledge of the killing has reached the highest levels of the rising. I'm watching Ben Sasse, Nebraska. He of the history agree out of E L. Who's been particularly sharp in his view of the story that I'm sure we'll continue nine thousand nine hundred ninety seven Michael Mckee? Was there are Michael Mckee was. In October of one thousand nine hundred eighty six you go onto the implementation of a nuclear short in mid range treaty in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and the president wants to do away with it is terrific coverage out of Europe today. This is all about Europe. I mean, I'm sorry. This is the president looks at this is US Russia. But it's Europe. Have you been to Rankic? No, you should I can't even pronounce it landed right time. Everybody says it's great. We'll get those. So you're saying they have good Boris there. They have good and hot springs that we can get. Sumter. It's like to go to time. They love it. Middle class tax cut. This just sort of popped up within the president's rhetoric on the road of another tax cut. In its nascent. I guess is have I would be I think a lot of people scratching their heads as to how this can happen before the midterms because lawmakers around off the election, then you've got the lame duck session. And then if the Democrats tighter house is going to be pretty difficult to get it done. Some good coverage today on the election fifteen days away as well. Kate. Moore was very optimistic. What was your take on that? I mean the. Domestic she likes. She doesn't. She doesn't like Trump's characterize being overly optimistic. We had a discussion things were said things were said. By entourage keeps telling me on optimistic. But I'm not sure that I am just you know, what she tells us when you went around. I think you were using her as kind of a blank canvas to Europe domestic putting nice the nice good this morning. It's better to have you on. I love it. When you sing sing I've got. What song is from a few years ago? John we should do dodgers Red Sox. We've had a lot of time to talk about that. And there's football this weekend. The guardian had I thought a fascinating article that Wayne Rooney giant of English football went to DC, and is he really resurrecting his career. So he can go back to the major leagues of British flashy. I don't know about that. But he seems to be playing quite well, I'm going to have to say, you know, what Tom even I have a lot of banter between each other. You are really well read and for anyone that thinks that Tom Thomas coming on making it up about a football. I'm actually read the sports pages of the guardian and the telegraph before..

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"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"kate moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At seven AM eastern time. Let's get some price action. Sound wait futures shaping up as follows here in New York. We are positive eight points on the S and P five hundred Dow futures positive eighty to one of the S and P five hundred last week a week of volatility, but it ended with the SNP up by zero point zero two percent. A little bit more on that a little bit later in the FX market. The dollar was weak at the dollar now. A little bit firmer over the last couple of as eurodollar basically unchanged at one fifteen zero two outside. If that if we go to the bond market just very quickly for a look at treasuries bigwig for central Bank decisions with the coming up. Ten year yields this morning by a basis point at three point two zero two percent on a ten year to year not this morning. Just south of a to Ninety-one the right decision coming up on Thursday. So look out for that. The big news from China, then is the president vowing unwavering support for non-state firms the country stock exchanges committed to help manage sham pledge risks and the governor. Releasing a plan to count personal income taxes all of that enough to send the Shanghai composite up by the most since twenty sixteen a big rally in China and sentiment. A little bit firmer even is the tried concerned continue to brew joining us here in New York City is K more black rock investment institute chief equity strategist, and she joins us now. Good morning. Good morning. Some optimism this morning in China. Do you have longer term? I definitely have it longer term. And I think that some of what we've seen in terms of the price action. So far has been really really overdone this year. I don't understand. Why investors are surprised the government has come out and said that they are going to support strategic industries technology private firms going to provide both explicit and implicit support on financing as well. As on the regulatory side. This has always been the case in people who have been reluctant to invest in China. Those that don't understand the strength that Chinese political will and how important the growth and the breadth of the economy is for the future plan. So we saw the plunge protection saying get into action in two thousand sixteen. What if they learned from twenty six? Is this response any different? So I think what's happened in two thousand eighteen is a little bit different in that the government has put a series of policies and new regulations in place that while hurting earnings maybe a little bit in the near-term, especially around some of the key sectors in China, actually, really lay the groundwork for more sustained better growth in the future. This isn't just about supporting stocks right now is about creating the right framework, and the long term support from the the policy side that will allow the kind of growth and development that they need to achieve their big technology goals within the optimism. You haven't heard Kate. Moore's optimism here over the last number of hours. But within the optimism is a glue. Doug Kass will join us later on Doug s is a little bit cautious on the market. What do the cautious people get wrong? Is. It financial is it mood. Is it the size of the bet one way or another? What is it yet? Tom. Let me just say I don't think I'm gonna live this down when I get into the office today. Kate your optimistic is going to be branded right across my face. But here's what I will say the people who are very pessimistic are concerned that all of these policy. Things will weigh indefinitely on the potential for earnings and growth people who are optimists sake tend to have a slightly longer time horizon. It is super would say that Kate. Moore's ex axis is way different than the kind of Eric's is Doug kiss, the characterize what you're saying. If it's not optimism. What would you call it? How would you frame the way you're thinking about the world right now? I'd say I have the ability to look through some of the near term noise volatility and some challenges and some headwinds Chinese sectors, and to Chinese growth expectations is very likely in the near term, and I'm gonna if I'm going to be totally honest with you, I can't s-early identify catalyst. That's gonna lead China to rip it outperformed the rest of the market in the fourth quarter. But I think as especially longer term investors, an individual investors think about their allocation to this incredibly important economy to these really interesting markets where companies don't look exactly like their US counterparts. They need to think about adding over the medium-term. And this is what you hear me say, which is to try and reverse the negative. I think the take away the cloud that's been hanging over a lot of people's recent experience in emerging markets and say there are some very very strong growth stories so big week for tech earnings in the United States this week the divergence though in two thousand eighteen between Chinese tech and tech has been absolutely massive. You sang the you would by the Chinese side of the story. And look for some convergence here. It's really convenient to say that US company US tack in Chinese tack are kind of similar sides of the same idea, but the composition of these companies demand the content. The regulatory environment are all totally different. And you've seen what is almost four thousand basis points spread between the performance of US, tech companies and Chinese tech. Apples to apples or not. These are my point is if you're thinking about technology over the long term, you gotta own both sides. He's companies do different things accidentally consumer bases. And are developing technologies at different paces. It's not you don't have an apple in China or an Amazon China. Apple's july. That.

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"kate moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"kate moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Else on the radio the band rachel's did a new sounds live concert for us back in two thousand six match turned out to be the last thing they did a has banned the never officially broke up but then a couple of years back their founding bass player jason noble passed away and there was always some confusion about whether the band rachel's the name rachel within the posture fiasco was jason spanned war the band of their pianist rachel bribes in fact it was jason band and it was coincidence that rachel grimes who became the core piano player in the group had that name nowadays rachel is off doing her own music and has a beautiful album called the clearing that we're going to hear a bid of we'll also hear some keyboard driven music from amanda harburg from kate more and from the english guitarist james black shaw yes keyboard music from the gifted guitarist james black shaw all of that coming up in the next hour on new sounds i'm john schaffer glad you're with us and i hope you'll stay with us because this rachel grimes record called the clearing has some beautiful music on it and will return to it a couple of times let's start with a solo piano piece it's called in the vapour with the air underneath air is a recurring theme in the titles of this album and this particular piece has a kind of a very rhythmic post minimal flavor to it which is the ball that kate more than picks up in runs with kate more is a composer born in england based in holland but grew up mostly in australia and there is a kind of sense of landscape in a lot of kate moore's music we've heard the bang on a can allstar his playing some of her music in the past on the show sensitive spot is a piano piece written for the dutch a saskia longhorn and it comes from their collaborative record called cannons and dances that dances and cannons rather and sensitive spot is the name of this kate more peaks right after rate you'll grimes plays her own peace from the album called the clearing.

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"kate moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"kate moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is music four multiple layers of cello from steve writes his piece shallow counterpoint part of a series of works for multiples of the same instrument electric counterpoint four guitarist patna fini new york counterpoint for clarinetist richard stolzman at cetera shallow counterpoint this piece was written for the cellist maya bizerte who was a former member of the bank on a can allstars and his now carved out in importance solo career for herself on this edition of new sounds will hear cello counterpoint by steve reisch but will also hear another work by composer kate more four four multiple cello and it was written for the current cellist of the banging on a tan allstars ashley bathgate who is obviously also beginning to create a solo repertoire for herself we also have some music from terry riley and nick bear church which uh share steve righteous interest in repetition and the movement of similar parts against each other hope you'll stay with us for this edition of new sounds which will begin and end with the kate moore ashley bathgate collaboration called stories for ocean shells the peace that will here is called velvet which sexually a pretty good description of the the texture of all the cello 's that ashley bathgate is playing here kate more australian composer based in holland but we have been getting to hear more of her music here in new york in recent years here's this piece called velvet.

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