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"For money news? And here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. A choppy day on Wall Street on the eve of the fed's next policy meeting left stocks modestly higher. The Dow jumped 197, the S&P gained 27 the NASDAQ rose 87. Rising mortgage rates have home builders in an increasingly sour mood and industry groups monthly indicator of builder sentiment is down for the 9th month in a row more than half of builders are offering incentives to boost sales. Uber says the hacker responsible for a data breach reported last week is affiliated with an extortion group called lapses. It is the same group that is also targeted Microsoft, Cisco Systems, Samsung and others this year. After a two year pandemic hiatus made your companies are bringing back annual reviews and showing underperformers the door. The Wall Street Journal reports bamboo HR, the maker of performance, review software, saw a sharp jump in new customers this summer. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Laurie kofsky, on WTO. Tokyo stocks are up almost three quarters of a percent right now. And coming up after traffic and weather, a stunning turn of events today in Baltimore where a man convicted for a 1999 murder had that conviction thrown out by a judge, the case was profiled by the hit podcast serial, which raised questions about the case. It's 9 26. Here's Matt mandok, the head of U.S. public sector at zoom on workplace reimagined, sponsored by zoom. Always now are demanding autonomy, flexibility. And most important the need for technology to support the way of working. The government is needing to meet these fast changing demands. And it's essential for a virtual experience to be as good as if not better than an in person experience. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network, search zoom. Across the virtual halls of government, federal employees trust zoom for government communications and collaboration and to engage with the public in serving their mission. Zoom for government with ATO's across the federal spectrum is U.S.

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01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

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"A good sign. Usually it doesn't end up with a survival story after ten minutes. But Secret Service agents came to a rescue and continued doing CPR. And she finally just met the three agents from White House doctor that saved her life. To hug them first, we were all crying and I'm here and getting to see the product of tireless effort and getting to see me this far after the fact I think was just a lot for all of us. Look luker WTO penis. 7 55. Money news at 25 and 55 with Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Discounts and perks for theme parks resort streaming content and merchandise. It's all part of a membership program idea being discussed at Walt Disney. Dow Jones reports, it would be similar to Amazon Prime, though Disney prime would not be the name. Bath and beyond going into survival mode, the troubled home goods retailer has unveiled a plan to close about 150 stores, cut a 5th of its workforce and sell up to 12 million shares to help repay death. It was another down day on Wall Street, the fourth in a row as traders await Friday's August jobs report from the government, down industrials lost 280, the S&P 500 slumped 31, the NASDAQ fell 67. After a hiatus of several months, ADP is packed with its monthly report on private sector hiring. The report using a new formula shows private employers added 132,000 jobs this month, less than half the number added in July. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Larry kofsky, on WTO P. We'll check traffic and weather next, and then the

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"Protect us. Ten 25, money news at 25 and 55. Here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Higher prices for food and gas have many shoppers shrinking their clothing budget, but abercrombie and Fitch says it is also to blame for a 15% drop in sales at its Hollister chain last quarter. It tried to be trendy, but shoppers didn't go for it. The owner of the gap in old navy also mentions inflation and its own mistakes as reasons for sliding sales at those chains, issues at old navy included not having clothes and the size customers were looking for. Wall Street had what investors were looking for, stocks that had been beaten down in recent selling, the market closed, modestly higher, Dao industrials gained 323, the S&P added 58 the NASDAQ climbed two O 8, with just about everyone banking online these days, Bank of America is making it easier to do it. It will expand its digital investments after recording a billion client logins just last month. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Larry kofsky, on WTO P, and Asian markets are up right now, the nikkei is up more than 1% coming up after traffic and weather more than a dozen area police officers are in serious trouble in part of our region, accused of taking other jobs while they were on duty. Ten 27. Here's the highlight from Dan Carroll, the field CTO for cybersecurity in the office of the CTO for Dell Technologies, federal systems. On the zero trust cyber exchange, presented by Keras off. What we've done at Dallas, we've created what we're calling our pillared approach. We have device user transport application and data trust and then across all of that, you have analytics and logging

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02:02 min | Last month

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"Julie Ryan. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Things may be getting more complicated for Bed Bath & Beyond as it scrambles for liquidity. Bloomberg's Larry kofsky reports. Susannah sources say some suppliers to the home goods retailer are restricting shipments or halting them altogether after it fell behind on payments. Several firms that provide credit insurance or short term financing to vendors have revoked coverage as well. That death and beyond shares lost half their value last week after influential investor Ryan Cohen dumped his stake in the company. Susannah. Bloomberg, the Bed Bath & Beyond a lost another 40.5% in trading yesterday. New York State's unemployment rate stood at 4.4% in July. That is the worst among America's largest states and nearly a full percentage point higher than the national average. More from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Susanna, economic experts and business advocates say the state's high taxes and complex regulatory structures are discouraging employers from hiring. High commercial property taxes upstate and a $15 minimum wage are difficult for some small business owners. And the unemployment rate in New York City now stands at 6.1%. Bloomberg, Denise, Pellegrini. Advocates are calling New York City's plan for children of asylum seeking families entering public schools a step forward. Advocates for children of New York's Rita Rodriguez and Berg has spent years fighting for a plan like project open arms and says it looks good on paper. What is actually going to be available at each school, they're going to be human resources available to carry out the plan. And then what's going to be the follow through. So far, at least 6500 migrants have sought help from New York City's shelters. More than 1000 children who will likely need translation and mental health services will be enrolling in the city's public schools. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This

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01:36 min | Last month

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"It's 8 55 money news at 25 and 55. Here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Shoppers aren't the only ones squeezed by high inflation, retailers feel it too. Cole's cut its full year earnings and sales forecasts saying inflation has suppressed demand and raise costs Cole's lost more than 7 and a half percent. Elsewhere on Wall Street and uneventful day is investors kept an eye on the latest earnings and economic figures now industrials rose. 19, the S&P added ten, the NASDAQ climbed 27. The government is zeroing in on Tesla's in car cameras, as it investigates the company's autopilot system. Regulators are asking a series of questions about how the cameras are used to monitor driver attentiveness. It is the largest deal of its kind ever in college athletics. Fox, CBS, and NBC will collectively pay $1.1 billion a year for broadcast rights to Big Ten Conference sports, the 7 year contract begins next season. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Laurie kofsky, on WTO P. The nikkei is up more than a quarter of a percent at this hour, still ahead here on WTO, a judge may allow a redacted version of the affidavit that allowed the Trump search to go forward the search of the former president's home, the judge may allow that redacted version to be unsealed. It has yet to be decided. Two small planes have collided in Northern California, at least two people are dead. And nearly 2 million monkeypox vaccine doses are going to be made available

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01:34 min | Last month

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"Money news at 25 and 55, here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. It was a mixed day on Wall Street. It ended with the major averages ever so slightly higher. Now industrials gain 19, the S&P 500 rose ten, then NASDAQ added 27. Unemployment lines got a bit shorter this week, a sign that demand for workers remained strong despite some high profile cuts in big tech. The government says first time jobless benefit claims fell slightly, the first decline in three weeks. Maybe the grass isn't always greener, LinkedIn says it's seeing more boomerang employees, people returning to jobs they'd previously left. LinkedIn says they made up 4.2% of people hired for jobs advertised on its site during the first quarter. Keurig Dr Pepper wants a piece of the energy drink market, sources say it is in talks to buy vital pharmaceuticals, also known as VPX, it makes bang energy drinks. The company could be worth as much as $3 billion. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Larry kofsky, on WTO. Checking the nikkei in early trading, it's up more than half a percent and coming up after traffic and weather here on WTO. The latest on this afternoon's deadly shooting inside the mall at prince George's in hyattsville. Stay with us. It's a 26. Recently, a milestone anniversary was approaching, so I took my other half to fogo to shown. Wow, what an amazing experience. The best part, getting to try their new PorterHouse steak. Now part of the full Shiraz go experience. A PorterHouse is two steaks

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01:42 min | Last month

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"What they need and so you just make them allowances where you can to make sure that they have everything that they need. Many have taken advantage of Virginia's tax holiday this weekend. The state waived the sales tax on some school supplies, and parents took advantage. Crayons, I got some notebooks, I tried to get a backpack, but I don't see anything. I thought he might like so. I left that one alone. Maryland's tax free holiday, his next weekend. Money news of 25 and 55, here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. The Internet was to put it mildly more than a little creeped out recently when Amazon demonstrated the ability to make Alexa sound like anyone, even if they're no longer with us. Bloomberg reporter Matt day. It used to be you had to send people into the studio and record their voids for hours and hours to create a digital copy of that voice. Now they're saying you can do that with just under 60 seconds of an audio snip. Amazon has since backtracked a bit, saying they didn't mean to suggest digitally raising grandma from the dead. I talked to the guy Rohit Rashad and he leads the data scientists working on Alexa. And he said, no, the idea is not that it's specifically a tool. Remember the debt or something? It's just somebody who's not there and you want their voice to be around. Even without the creepy factor, Dave says the technology comes with lots of ethical baggage. Companies are looking at this kind of technology skeptically given kind of the warnings about deepfakes and the ability to steal identities or impersonate folks. This is kind of the mix frontier in that debate. Dave says the technology is unlikely to see a wide rollout anytime soon. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Laurie kofsky, on WTO P, coming up after traffic and weather, this could be a big day for Democrats in the Senate, which is still in session from yesterday. 6 26. Why buy a

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01:40 min | 2 months ago

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"No one was hurt. It's 9 55, money news at 25 and 55. Here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Word that Apple plans to slow hiring as it braces for an economic downturn took the wind out of Wall Street sales. Stocks ended lower undoing a higher start. The down industrials tumbled 216, the S&P 500 lost 32, the NASDAQ dropped 92. Disney says advertisers agreed to buy $9 billion in commercials for the upcoming TV season, the most in its history, about 40% went to Disney's online offerings, including Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+. Hi airfares are grounding some would be summer travelers, Adobe analytics says U.S. airline bookings fell nearly 3% from May to June with high prices and overall inflation among the main culprits. And if you are flying, there's a greater chance that you and your bags won't arrive at the same time. Lost luggage claims are up 30% this summer from 2019 due to short staffing at airports and airlines. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Laurie kofsky, on WTO. Right now, Tokyo stocks up more than three quarters of a percent. Up ahead on WTO millions of people from Louisiana to South Dakota are sweltering in heat, reaching into the triple digits, also there is historic heat in Europe that's fueling wildfires, and police are looking into the past of a gunman who opened fire killing three people at a mall in Indiana over the weekend. Those stories and others at 10 o'clock. It's 9 56. When you bundle your renters in auto insurance with progressive, you could save money, but it doesn't cover any

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01:40 min | 2 months ago

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"Film Dr. No, producers later hired composer John Barry to rearrange that theme and Barry was widely assumed to have written it, understandably that ticked Norman off, he went to court to assert his authorship at one point, he won $36,000 in the lawsuit, Monty Norman died after a short illness. He was 94 years old. 9 55. Money news at 25 and 55. Here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. The week began on Wall Street with a down session as inflation worries wait on stocks. Now industrials tumbled 164, the S&P 500 fell 45, the NASDAQ dropped two 63. Consumers inflation fears may be starting to ease. A New York fed survey finds expectations for the next three years fell to 3.6% in June from 3.9% in May, but the outlook for one year ahead worsened to 6.8. Americans appear to be dialing back their spending, Barclays and Bank of America say spending on their credit cards fell last month, pointing to another month of weak retail sales. The government will report on June retail sales Friday morning. Rivian automotive is preparing to tighten its belt, sources say the EV maker plans hundreds of layoffs in areas that have grown too quickly. It's said to be seeking a roughly 5% reduction in its 14,000 member workforce. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Larry kofsky, on WTO. Coming up on WTO P a federal judge has blocked an Arizona law that gives legal rights to unborn children. It's 9 57. Hi, Tom

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01:39 min | 3 months ago

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"55. Here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute with inflation still red hot consumers are none too happy. The conference board's index of consumer confidence is down this month to its lowest level in over a year, expectations are more pessimistic than they've been in nearly a decade. The report brought Wall Street sellers out of the woodwork as for session fears resurfaced. Technology stocks, including Amazon and Tesla, led the way as the market closed sharply lower. The Dow industrials dropped 491, the S&P 500 slumped 79, the NASDAQ composite plunged three 43. Are we there yet? For a growing number of us, the answer is no, we're not even going. The conference board says with gas prices still high, the number of Americans planning a road trip is at a more than four year low, except for the pandemic summer of 2020. Royal rose for a third day amid growing supply concerns crude gained 2% approaching $112 a barrel. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Larry kofsky, on WTO P after a down day on Wall Street, the nikkei is down more than 1% the hang seng is down almost 2%. Coming up on WTO, the House committee investigating the capitol attack, here's from a former White House aide who says president Trump was not bothered by warnings that supporters were armed on January 6th last year. Also, President Biden is in Spain for NATO talks and 51 migrants packed into the back of a sweltering 18 Wheeler truck in San Antonio have now died. We'll have more on those stories and others at midnight. 1156. At boost mobile, you

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02:02 min | 4 months ago

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"Is doing that comes from a new Roanoke college poll 53% of those surveyed a proof of youngkin that's up from 50% in February disapproval is a 35% down from 41% over the winter but while approval among Democrats has increased since February of Glenn youngkin approval among his own Republicans in the state has declined The polls margin of error is about 5% ten 55 we have money news at 25 and 55 we're bringing it to you here with Larry kofsky This is a Bloomberg money minute a strong may jobs report backfired on Wall Street the market ended lower on fears of more aggressive action by the fed to cool things down The Dow dropped 349 the S&P tumbled 68 the NASDAQ sank three O four Corporate America is ringing the economic alarm despite the strong job market Citigroup CEO gene Frazier warns the U.S. will have difficulty avoiding a recession others waving the red flag include JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon and Tesla's Elon Musk American Airlines is the latest major carrier to predict the summer travel boom even as it cuts capacity It's the second quarter revenue rising as much as 13% from 2019 but it also warns of higher costs Frontier airlines bid for rival discounter spirit is gaining momentum frontier sweetened its offer agreeing to pay spirit $250 million if antitrust objections cause the deal to collapse From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Laurie kofsky on WTO P A bit more money news here former Virginia First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe will be the State Department's new special representative for global partnerships in a statement the department says she'll advance top foreign policy priorities like addressing climate change and corruption and strengthening global supply chains Coming up tonight a top Trump aide Peter Navarro indicted and charged while the Justice Department declines to charge two other big time White House officials from the Trump era Florida braces for severe storms this weekend There's been a deadly stabbing at a hospital in.

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01:47 min | 5 months ago

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"King WTO P news It's 1155 time for money news Here's Larry kofsky This is a Bloomberg money minute It was a scary day on Wall Street as stocks reversed yesterday's big gains in skidded to their biggest loss in about two years Investors worried that the Federal Reserve may not be able to bring inflation under control without tipping the economy into recession The Dow tumbled 1063 the S&P dropped 153 the NASDAQ fell 647 In another sign that inflation pressures continue to build U.S. worker productivity fell in the first quarter The 7 and a half percent drop the biggest since 1947 After a one week pause last week mortgage rates are rising again Freddie Mac's average for 30 year fixed rate loans 5.27% the highest since August of 2009 European airplane maker Airbus is adding jobs in the U.S. as it increases production of its a three 20 jet It plans to add an assembly line to its factory in mobile Alabama From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Larry kofsky on WTO Many Asian markets seeing losses at this hour as well Hong Kong's hang seng down more than three and a half percent And coming up on WTO Democrats in the Senate are planning a vote next week on codifying abortion rights but Democrats alone can not overcome a filibuster Also historic black colleges and universities are hoping to overcome disparities in the nation's transplant system will have more on those stories coming up at midnight It's 1156 on WTO P of all the multitudinous manifestations that water can take In oceans and ice cubes in glaciers and streams vapors.

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01:36 min | 6 months ago

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"Public will be given a chance to comment before the rules are finalized Money news at 25 and 55 years Larry kofsky This is a Bloomberg money minute 8 years after CVS ended tobacco sales at its drugstores Walgreens may be ready to follow suit CEO Rosalind brewer hinted during an interview that a decision may be coming Walmart earlier this week said it would end cigarette sales at some of its stores Separately CVS Health is looking to put its role in the opioid crisis behind it The drug store chain will pay the state of Florida nearly half a $1 billion to settle claims related to opioid prescriptions Private employers added 455,000 jobs this month a sign that higher wages are attracting more workers the report from payroll provider ADP is seen as a prelude to the government's march jobs report on Friday War worries and inflation concerns weighed on stocks ending the market's four session winning streak the Dow slumped 65 the S&P fell 29 the NASDAQ lost one 77 From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Larry kofsky on WTO and Asian markets are mostly lower coming up after traffic and weather speaking of money President Biden has a plan to rein in gas prices It's ten 26 I had life threatening bleeding in my brain but thanks to the virtual reality technology at GW hospital My surgeons were able to look inside my brain.

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01:39 min | 6 months ago

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"Money news at 25 and 55 here's Larry kofsky This is a Bloomberg money minute Investors set aside their concerns about rising oil prices and the war in Ukraine to send stocks higher for a fourth consecutive session and close out their best week since 2020 The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 274 the S&P 500 rose 51 the NASDAQ composite gained 279 It was a wild week for oil as crude posted a second consecutive weekly decline although it finished today not far from $105 a barrel crude was down more than 4% for the week Former treasury secretary Larry summers says this week's quarter point rate hike by the fed is barely a drop in the bucket If it is to bring inflation back under control We got to raise them by 4% to stay neutral and we probably have to raise them more than that Summers have paid contributor to Bloomberg television tells Wall Street week that borrowing costs need to be higher than the rate of inflation From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Larry kofsky on WTO and coming up on WTO Maryland's governor signs into law a bill that approves a tax holiday from the gas tax in Maryland that will last 30 days and it's in effect now and it's already bringing gas prices down at least in some parts of the area A missile attack was launched against the city of lviv about 40 miles from the Polish border in Ukraine today and President Biden held a nearly two hour long phone call with president Xi Jinping of China today to talk about the Russian war against Ukraine We'll have more on those stories coming up at 10 o'clock It's 9 56.

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02:27 min | 6 months ago

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"This is a Bloomberg money minute Wall Street heads into the weekend riding a four day winning streak the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 274 the S&P added 51 the NASDAQ climbed two 79 Save for retirement nearly half of Americans age 18 to 35 Sino point until things returned to normal according to a survey from Fidelity Investments about 40% of all respondents felt that way 7 out of ten worry about inflation GM is raising its ownership stake in self-driving startup cruise to 80% It agreed to pay more than $2 billion to buy out the Japanese investment firm SoftBank Airplane bathrooms could soon get bigger The transportation department proposing to require that new single aisle planes have at least one restroom Big enough for a passenger in a wheelchair It could mean the loss of one row of seats and the revenue that those seats generate Larry kofsky Bloomberg radio And JIT makes innovation happen It also makes entrepreneurs like Anya o'dwyer founder of innovate a tech driven civil engineering and construction management firm Anya says and JIT is defining the future Extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds NGOs roll is huge when it comes to defining the future and power from an interdisciplinary point of view They have it all there whether it's the innovation hub the maker space and JIT is already creating bash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers And together they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as one rather than solving it in isolation And JIT New Jersey institute of technology learn more at nj IT dot EDU Three hoes who know the markets in the economy Lisa you're not embarrassed I mean Abraham was just not embarrassed Like I carried away Almost as well as they know each other Tom's a little tired He slept on my couch last night Thanks John if you ask late appreciate it Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa romwe You think the bankers want high race Lisa Do you think this guy occasionally is blue He said 7 eastern on Bloomberg.

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02:05 min | 9 months ago

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"Hour This is a Bloomberg money minute It's New Year's Eve and even though it's a federal holiday and obscure market rule means it'll be business as usual on Wall Street Stocks are coming off a down session after a late rush of computerized selling washed away some modest gains The major average is lost less than half a percent The cruise industry may be sailing into choppy seas as COVID-19 cases continue to rise the CDC is recommending that travelers not get on board cruise ships right now even if they've been vaccinated The agency is now investigating COVID outbreaks on 91 ships Attorneys general from Texas in 16 other states are challenging in NASDAQ requirement aimed at promoting diversity on corporate boards in a filing with Wall Street regulators the AGs say NASDAQ is discriminating against men and white people by requiring that listed companies have at least one female and one other minority or LGBTQ person on their board From the Bloomberg news room I'm Larry kofsky on WTO P about a Jeff clay ball for Thursday's closing numbers But that lost 91 points Thursday the S&P 500 Index down just 14 The D.C. metro is unemployment rate fell to a pandemic low 3.6% last month a year ago was 6.4% There are currently 1.7 million Americans getting standard unemployment benefits That now matches pre-pandemic levels 25% of all purchases made online for curbside pickup at the store were at Walmart more than any other retailer Jeff claymore TLP news coming up at the top of the hour from CBS News on TOP a wildfire is burning near Denver It's already torques destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses and forcing thousands of people to evacuate record COVID infections have been causing officials to scale back even canceled New Year's Eve celebrations across the country and more than a thousand flights have already been canceled for today as airlines struggle with staff shortages for another day Traffic and whether next it's three 57 A United way of the national capital area building.

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01:40 min | 10 months ago

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"Is a Bloomberg money minute There are a lot of gifts in that well-known Christmas Carol and like so many other things this year They're a lot more expensive according to PNC's annual Christmas price index Really going to be on the hook this year Not only for some of the IOUs in terms of the performances from last year that they weren't able to deliver on but also in terms of the prices Which are up 5.7% from 2019 chief investment officer Amanda agari at PNC asset management says the biggest increases were for the birds The turtle doves and all saw pretty significant increases And another big mover My favorite gift of course and that is indeed the gold ring gold rings are up about 8 and a half percent Total cost for the list just over $41,200 plus nearly $4400 if the gifts are bought online Free shipping for livestock is still not a thing Larry kofsky Bloomberg radio The Alzheimer's association and the ad council present the story of Tom and Levi Tom is the smartest man I know He's been a professor at two major universities been a teacher for over 40 years One day he told me that he was having problems in his classes I think one of the students had asked the question and he didn't remember the answer I also noticed that he was letting his class out earlier than they were supposed to let out And he was telling them that he was doing it as a favor to them but I think in reality he just wanted to get out of there I was really certain to worry 'cause I saw something that's wrong Levi an I talked about outward change in her life But he was there.

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