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"lisa brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A focus of global markets on America's capital, Tom Kane Washington D. C. The last debate is behind us. A change of approach from the president will resonate in the final week of campaigning. I got to see the zeitgeist. This one's clearly that as you say, John, it was a more civil debate is you say ISA debate where Mr Trump clearly got much higher marks on first blush that he saw In the first debate, but with 11 days ago. I'm sorry, John. I'm going to say not what I think or maybe what we all think, but what we hear from every single pro the money matters, and the gentleman from Delaware has the money. To the polls matter, Tom, he started to believe the Poles a little bit more, but we still question my summer is tightening up. I think I saw a number of reports this morning that clearly Mr Bynes ahead in this poll that bold national polls, state poll But the president is tightening up, as was widely predicted. 11 days to go Lisa Brown. It's 11 days to go before we can get a deal on Capitol Hill on fiscal stimulus between House Democratic administration. We're not getting a deal, and basically, people are not expecting that I do want to just say on pulling if the Poles have it wrong, political pulling the entire industry is dead. I am very curious to hear what Larry Kudlow has to say, though on the stimulus point. He's joining some Bloomberg television show at 9 A.m.. Hey, is the U. S National Economics Council director He talks with some guy who hosts the show. At that point, we will be late night worth time we've promoted to Eddie. He's a really nice guy. I've had the guide any interviews already. Nice guy. Oh, yeah. You like to tell you there's another into after that? I'll catch up with Bridgewater after that the day you could promote it later. You're right. You've got a fantastic lineup. You should stick with it. 9:45 a.m.. You also touch on this economic data. US. October PM eyes coming out should be interesting Following what we saw in Europe. This divergence that Tom was talking about between services and manufacturing, ongoing services, feeling the brunt of the ongoing rolling virus crisis and people not going out to eat, etcetera, and at one PM normally, this wouldn't really matter. But Baker Hughes US red count, I am watching it, especially on the heels of the debate last night were oil became such a major issue. How much pain is there in this industry, where oil production in the US has contracted by a quarter since the beginning of this year, John Go ahead, John. This is really important, I think and I hate I can't believe I'm doing this folks. Bob Prince is a really important interview today because the theme of the week folks is the mystery about negative interest rates, and John at zero bound means so much for everyone. The inability to stimulate the economy and what we're trained growth look like big topic of debate with myself and bridge were a little bit later after the huge dispersion of performance and divergence. We've seen Tom Willet persist that what we see a period of convergence and I can tell you that Bob's view Is increasingly muchmore divergence for the year to come. Perhaps Tom, and that's where the conversation will be That and a huge cash cushion that some people are still carrying. The big question is, what is that cash? Absolutely. It's been a theme all morning here, the liquidity issue and you know shit. All these baskets special tonight on credit. John is the same thing. There's a wall of money out there for the haves and they've got to put it to work. Thanks for the promo. Tom is the price. I just want this Friday morning. Just wait another two in equity markets like this. All the rooms Friday. Equity futures Positive six. We haven't done that yet. Would you like no sense of 1% in the bond market 86 basis points on a 10 year. Eurodollar 1943 strong euro. We could donna really muted price action following More civil debate in Nashville, Tennessee. Success is going to bring us together. We are run the road to success. But I'm cutting taxes and he wants to raise everybody's taxes. And he wants to put new regulations on everything. He will kill it. If he gets in, you will have a depression the likes of which you've never seen a represent all of you whether you voted for me or against me. And I'm going to make sure that you represented. I'm going to give you hope We're going to move. We're going to choose science over fiction. We're going to choose hope over fear. We're going to choose to move forward because they have enormous opportunities. Enormous opportunities to make things better. That was the last word on the big stage. The final debate between Vice President Joe Biden of the president, United States Donald Trump's they Chevron joins us Now, Federated, her portfolio manager, Steve Great to catch up with you. A simple one. How are you navigating the next couple of weeks. I'm focused on January 22nd. Cause on January 22nd. I'm going to have a president. I don't know who but I'll have one. Which means the political uncertainty in front of me will be less than that behind me. I think the virus will be incrementally less deadly with further development of treatment and vaccine. I think I'm gonna have a fed that Still not thinking about thinking about thinking about raising rates. Simulant that is either in place or on its way. And really positive earnings jumps ahead of me in the second quarter. I want to own that in size, and if the market's going to give me cheaper prices To add to the cyclical parts of market between now and then I'll be happy to take that opportunity. Steve, you've been dead on this on asset allocation is well, Do you play the large cap US game or is a truly time to road take two small rotate to international indeed. Sell the apple and buy the caterpillar? Yes, it's it's small and value for us. I want to include international there as well, although that can't shut.
"lisa brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Lisa Brown with sometime kid will get to Ah, conversation when chair Yellen of Brooklyn here in in a bit right now the former chairman Of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Another gentleman from Brooklyn. Arthur Levitt joins us right now, Arthur with all of the election upon us, and it's very exciting and all that and the debates and of course it hearkens back. 2 60. I would love your thoughts. I'd be honored Arthur to get your thoughts on the election of 1960, which was a pretty close election. As I recall. And there was allegations and all that about Mayor Daley in Chicago. Playing with the voting machines as well. How do you respond to the modern voting of envelopes and mailing it in and the worries about a fair election? I think we're so much better off today than we were then Tom. Ah, I think the Elektronik voting and the early voting Where millions of voters have the opportunity of Striking their ballot early. And giving us more time to count those ballots. I think puts us in a much more secure position. I think Trump's fulminating about unfair election. Is way off base and this is probably the fairest At least mistaken prone elections in the history of elections. You know, it was so interesting, your folks and this is a you know, a little bit of trivia and I don't expect Chairman Levin to remember. And this is well but the head of the Republican National Committee Went down to keep us getting to see Vice President Nixon. And demand a recount. And to me, it was really you know, one of the great calls of political history where Nixon stepped aside and Nixon just said No, I'm not doing that. I wonder what would happen today? I don't really wonder. I know what would happen today we'd be returning. Which is a commentary on Different political today. It's a blood gang. Then it was very keen competition, but not a bloody game. Let's talk about the blood game that is markets and transparency within corporations. And this is an issue as investors increasingly fleet to stocks and to risk your debt as a way of protecting their assets in an era of endless quantitative easing and incredibly low rates, and there's a question Of how good the earnings reports that we're getting really are. What's your sense of how well the auditors are doing in terms of signing off on Ebita? Covert adjusted, Ebita. Whatever else you want to throw out there, giving us an accurate read on the health of corporate America. Well, I don't have to tell you that clients. Hire and pay their own watchdog. And when people being watched get to choose their watchdog. I'm not going to choose the toughest animal around. So we are burdened with the so called issuer pays. Used in public order, and this conflict would be significant. Even afforded in, please where it's only source. But in recent years audit fees The largest accounting firm and war. But even more lucrative consulting What's your sense of potential regulatory actions that should be take it? I mean, as the former head of the SEC, Do you think that this has reached a level that imperils the integrity of financial reporting in United States? I think there's no question about that. It does, but him response to your earlier question as to what the chance for regulation in this area say. Lt'll. Ah, the auditors. I spend too much money on campaign contributions and have lobbying arm that his second and none so that I think it is unlikely that, uh, these rules were going on change. All right, So we're gonna living in there in an era of deregulation. All right, so we gotta let you go. But there was that time where the Amherst mammoths were playing the Williams F's in the biggest little game in America. And Amer's tried to go for a safety. And they couldn't get the safety across the line. So William snuck out with a one point game two that come to your mind yesterday of any chance with the Giants beating the Washingtons. I didn't think of that. That was that was 22 tumblers Just Stumbling through and all I could wish for flooded and Yeah, yeah, I know you had a tumbler of Scotch when you saw the end of each game is well, Arthur Love it. Thank you so much greatly appreciate, of course of Williams College and former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission with our news in New York City. Is Michael Bar Tom Lisa thinking very much today. The world's number of confirmed cases of Govan 19 years have passed 40 million. The US, Brazil and India are reporting by far the highest numbers of cases, although the increase in recent weeks has been driven by a surge of new infections in Europe. Last week, the World Health Organization said Europe had a reported record high of nearly 700,000 new cases and that the region was responsible for about a third of cases globally. The nation's top infectious disease expert, says he's not surprised President Trump called Covert 19. Dr Anthony found. She spoke to CBS's 60 Minutes. I was worried that he was going to get sick when I saw him in a completely precarious situation of crowded, no separation between people. And almost nobody wearing a mask when I saw that on TV, I said Oh, my goodness. He also says that the Trump campaign using a clip of him in a commercial misleadingly, praising the president when he really was talking about the White House Coronavirus taskforce ticked him off, but he says he is nonpartisan. After nearly two weeks missing inside Zion National Park, Rangers confirmed 38 year old California mother Holly Cordy, a was reunited with her family yesterday after being discovered in the park. The World Series is set. It will be the Dodgers against the Rays. Game one starts Tuesday. There is only one winless team in the NFL this season. Here's a hint. It's the New York Jets. It was shut out by the Miami Dolphins 24 to 0. The turning point in this game in Sunday was Saturday. Global names 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick Take more than 2700 journalist mantles. More than 120 countries. On Michael Barra, the state Bloomberg's You know, I'm not up to speed on his folks. I think everybody knows that least of those way more than I do about the Jets and NFL Foot. Okay, well, it's like all you need to know they've lost everything but carry out Michael. Are they like the worst team ever, or they like compared to other teams, is the worst team ever. This is bad. I mean, 20 for zero. I mean, it's I know Harlan Huckabee used to play with the Green Bay Packers. And he told me one time that got shut out of a game, he said. The worst place you want to be is in that locker room after a shutout, and that's what happened there. We heard the Jets Tom at least place, one local bar says. I'll give you a hint. It's the Jets. That's not a head like a bar. And I, frankly, yesterday was worst performing in the league. And there you go. Oh, and 60. My goodness. Yeah, it's it's It's rough. It's rough out there. So yes, The tots are not the Jets. No, that's what we did. We went back with Dr Larry in on that this morning, and they're certainly I don't think anyone's the Jets. All right, at least her What do you take? Right now? We are seeing a lift to markets off earlier highs and NASDAQ up 1 11 SNP Future's about 25. You are seeing a lift Tio yields and I will say Think that's got my attention. Tom Keen is the dollar versus U N the Bell of the dollar, the weakest.
US executes first Black man since federal executions resumed
"Of federal executions that began earlier this summer was put to death Thursday night in Terror. Hoat Chris Davis reports on Christopher V. Alva, his mother spoke to the victim's family. At an anti death penalty rally. Though the Bagley's were across the street waiting to witness the execution of his son wants you to know that he is deeply remorseful for the pain that he has caused You. Lisa Brown says her son had changed and believes that could have been considered. Todd and Stacy Bagley were murdered in 1999. None of the others involved got the death penalty. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C
"lisa brown" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"Excited 'cause here with my supervisor Lisa Brown. From the creative journal Expressive Arts Training that I'm currently, and for those of you been listening for long enough to know that I work with journaling an art with the non dominant hand, the CGI method created by Dr Lucia capital. Kiani. Who created this method while she was chronically ill healed herself and now has written twenty three books on it everything having to do with both sides of. The brain journaling and are and what it does. It's really cool. Change my life, and now I am doing it with others solely stop. I'm so glad you're here you wanNA tell us a bit about yourself, what you do and got involved in this work. So I had a degree in teaching art and a master's degree in creative arts and I took the Lucia's training in nineteen ninety. Nine. So I graduated in two thousand and I've been working with her techniques since then incorporated into art projects in our yard that I do, and basically it does is a new ask questions with your dominant hand. Any answer with your non hand entranceway you're tapping into both sides of the brain and you get a chance to do that. Also when you are recap, both sides of. Out that's what we're trying to do is get a little unconscious information from ourselves. Yeah I love that part you get to access your subconscious brain and just think of things that you never thought of before that we're really there the whole time and the way it works is that there's two parts of the brain the right side of the brands of the brain. We all know the right side of the brain is in charge of the left side of the body and the left side of the brain is in charge of the right side of the body. Male the left side of a brain is in charge of all the logical stuff math reading writing etc, and the right side of the brain is in charge of all the creative stuff our Jarama. It's in charge of the emotions. So when you're writing with your non dominant hand, you have straight access to a your emotions. Plus you're making new norm connections and that automatically you to think of things that you've never thought of before. So could you tell us how a couple could use this method starting today even without knowing much about it so that weight the could understand each other better and connect with each other on a deeper level. So one would. Think about first of all, how you received some people are touchy feely people they like to be touched. Some people would rather have a gift. Some people would rather have affirmation that you or something like that, and so first of all, they need to speak for themselves, what do I relied? So what I would do have the each person has been in the white girlfriend themselves answer some of those questions had they like to receive lab would they rather have a hug or note would they rather be alone their partner or yet help with something they're struggling with? Some questions out in I have I have a lot of busters also in different places but just to think about. How you prefer to know that you're one loves you what is the easiest way and for me it's very hard right now because I'm huggy person, luckily Maslin this year but my girlfriend's at grants I always give them have on has really hard time in the not doing that but I'm you have your own lists what I usually recommend that is to go through magazines, pictures of what would make you feel about just images of anybody in words and phrases for yourself, and then when you're done with that, you would do some journaling pieces. which incorporate mark, which is asking questions about the pictures. You don't really understand an answering three dollars just to make that clear when you're doing the collage, you're just looking through anything that could possibly anything bring you love. Even if you're not sure why you're what made you pull out that paper, we just rip it all out. You laid out a clause and then he do the journaling right and once once you start the journey, the pictures you WanNa ask about I, the words that you don't know why you put that. There are the words that you don't know why you might say why why is that girl hugging that Teddy Bear where does that me and let your? Non Dominant him answer. It's very interested in Goodson really quick incites. Let's just explain it for the people who don't know much about this. First of all the non dominant hand by definition in this method is the hand you don't usually use to write with. So even if you use both hands many times for different things, the hand that you usually right with dominant and the other hand is your non dominant. Now, when you're asking the questions, you're using your dominant hand because you're thinking logically when you're answering the questions, you're using your non dominant hand and you're not thinking you're letting your subconscious mind do the work and it works it works with left-handed people people ask this question. With left-handed people because when left-handed people start writing in school even if they're writing their name assiduously start doing schoolwork, it's gotta be logical that comes from outside of break. Therefore, the right side is GonNa be the intuitive side, which is the one we wanna tap into when we get to these questions, the answers for this question, right? Right correct and so when you both done when both husband and wife are Downer boyfriend and Girlfriend than you would look for each other's you'd be able to understand why may be a hugged really help somebody as much as maybe they need an affirmation something something Nice said to them or do something for them that they don't expect I like surprises my husband now offense about surprises he he's not a surprise I have to tell him I like surprises busy ever make you surprise parties he did wants because I Wasn't even a surprise because he knew it was happening. I didn't know Zachary by the new some of it, but anyway, I think once you understand what you need and what your partner needs than. You can actually make much better together especially why you're here together all the time in the same house trying to enjoy. Killing each other, right. Yeah and it's important to know those things it despite yourself in everyone's ask for. New can ask for you know what you need but once you've done mcclatchy, can despite you you have the conversation about a open the space so it's easier to ask for it. So you WANNA. Give us some suggested questions. Maybe the person could do the Journal, the Journal and they're looking at pictures. So they might say, well, why does it say why does it have a picture of a beach and then it might answer that it wants to. Go to the beach likes to be at the beach, and so then you know it's another thing to know about that person if you can't be at each now you could make a beach in your living room. You know get up the heat, put out some towels lay down in L. get a book retender you're at the beach and just you know do some things that would make you bring you joy is that's the most important part you. Joyful, in your togetherness. Found really helpful is if you get stuck with writing with your non dominant hand, is star answering the question by repeating the question. So let's see your question was why are you here? You answer I m here because this way it starts setting your brain in that motor start that side of the brain in easier to come up with an answer number you're not thinking you're just activating your subconscious mind. You can always ask more questions like it sometimes it's real obvious. You know it's a picture of. A. Two hands holding you might it might be obvious to you consciously why that pictures there. But if you ask what you're not with your dominated new answer with your non dominant Emesa, say nothing totally differently I want him to hold hands with me outside the house. Yeah. Yeah. Gives a different feeling. Exactly. Do you have any interesting stories of what happened with while.
"lisa brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"TV and radio alongside Tom Kane. I'm Jonathan Farrow. Lisa Brown. It's degenerating over the weekend. It's 11 year old. She's back with us. She promises us. She's older than that. We'll catch up a little bit later with Lisa about talking your equity market right now of 16 points, the S and P 500. We advance 1/2 of 1% 4 months of gains. We had some weight to it on the first training day for the month of August, typically a volatile one. It's quite this morning heals up to basis points on a 10 year to 0.54%. Tom Keep talking about it gonna come back. You're a total 1 17 31 19 in Friday session. Then we unwind. Some of that dollar weakness. The euro coming back down 4/10 of 1% Pay rose Friday. Tom Just a compromise away. I've got to say it's a big one hugely anticipated, I really can't say conversation. A conversation John through the weekend and this morning as well is gearing towards a Friday reported them before that, the claims report. A CZ. Well, John on the dollar. I think it's really extraordinary. The quiet that's out there and you know some people. The strong dollar the resilient dollar people finally having their moment after 89 10 Tough day, HSBC Look, I always think it's too premature to see a full 5% move in the dollar Index Dollar index of my ad There's still north 90 and to sit here and start saying it's the structural move you've been waiting for. Right. The reserve currency, the US dollar, We're moving away from it. It's just too early to make those conclusions. Tom Marvin birth of Barclays, agreeing with HSBC on the resilient dollars right now, to begin our week of economic coverage here on the simulcast on radio and TV worldwide is Ethan Harris. He's a Bank of America with authority on the transfer from Greenspan. Bernanke with this wonderful book, and also on absolutely nailing. The non V shaped recovery of 7 4008 No major house did better than Bank of America on that call Ethan once again, we don't have a V shaped recovery. What kind is it? Well, we have two months the followed probably by three months of El. That's what it looks like. And then hopefully from there, we started picking up again. But I mean, if you look broadly if the data Clearly the resurgence in the virus caused the a little bit of pulling back and the economy and July and we expect things to be kind of flattish for the next few months. What is your unemployment statistic for Friday? I mean, people are verbal ing a 10 ish percent. How much of a mystery is that statistic? Well, I mean, the employment report is going to be could be anything as we know. Economists have done a terrible job of forecasting in the last couple months, And that's because there's so much cross currents in terms of firing and hiring in the labor market. I mean, our guests at this point is the unemployment rate dips below 11% so it comes down to 10 7 To put that in perspective, that would be worse than any months during the Great recession 10,009 So it's great that it's coming down, but there's still a long way to go. Nathan, Did you ever think that you'd have a payrolls guests of positive one million, but then also right in the line afterwards, there's a risk of a negative print. I mean, just how one president and it's this moment for this big report this Friday. Yeah. I mean, it's a product of the impressive nature of the crisis you have, you know, cos that laid off you know, 20 million people, and now they're hiring some of them back. On the data. We look at the comments Look at that's supposed to tell us what these numbers going to be. Just doesn't really tell the whole story. And so we know we try hard. I mean, every comes looking at these numbers over time. And we're still getting big forecast error, So it's it's just unprecedented time and so unprecedented volatility, Ethan any seasonal quirks that we should be focused on going into this print? Well, you do have a little bit of that you've got. You know you don't have the usual shutdown of the auto sector in the summer s O. That could help a little bit. We could. We got perils coming in at a 1,000,000 I think the consensus is a little higher than that. But But those kind of smaller seasonal stories are overshadowed by you know, Like I said, all the volatility of the number I would view 1,000,000 is OK. I mean, this is remember payroll surveys taken fairly early in the month. So it's reflecting how the economy is doing in late June and early July. Things have weakened since then, so it's believe it or not, it's slightly old news. Thiss July peril number. It's quite clear that the labor market is weakening. And there's faith at Washington will come to some sort of.
"lisa brown" Discussed on WTOP
"The nurses helping out won't be from around here from all around the country Dallas Texas Augusta Georgia Dallas Texas I am from Florida it's Americans living at Lisa brown is one of those nurses who came from Dallas in my region that coated population isn't very big I'm from the heart hospital so we shut down our surgeries that means we have excess nurses I wanted to come and help others here to work came through programs that allow nurses to travel the country and work in different hospitals all of them wanted to be in a place that allowed them to work with COPD patients though and while they might not be fearless they aren't coming to work scared either I'm respectful of the virus so and I'm very grateful for having PP in laurel jondo men WTOP news is twelve oh six in Virginia children's rights and health advocates are calling on the governor to release as many children as possible from a youth detention center in the midst of a corona virus outbreak the virus is spreading inside a suburban Richmond youth detention facility with at least two dozen of the nearly two hundred eighty kids they are testing positive Valerie Slater of the non profit rise for youth says officials are not taking social distancing guidelines seriously the greatest degree possible all treatment of visitation all action should be done via video conferencing the state transitions as every resident who tested positive immediately went into medical isolation and more than a dozen kids have been released Pam Coulter CBS news it's twelve oh seven there's a new.
"lisa brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And that's a Bloomberg business slash Tom John and Lisa hearing things so much really appreciate that Lisa brown was a Jennifer on your come time to get a loan to Jennifer on the Gulf Stream Wednesday to come over to try Florida election coverage and will have special coverage Thursday night London time is well right now so we can do with this is our executive editor but he's not really here for this Johnny's here for the the M. sixty nine Darby okay this is Coventry it'll and Lester and having to do with Nottingham and this is the Midlands isn't John that is the Midland is that what he's ready joining us on and I think he is he is he is as well he's joining us on the dumping on the M. sixty nine yeah do you will sit with the Darby in the Midlands of of this key marginal districts of the bill Simon Canada your take talking to David Merrit and others about the importance of the Midlands in the selection of very important very interesting a an area that stuff so the house right sits in many ways when you look at the industrial part of that region yeah behind well over the north you go I grew up enough to get laid that's a car delayed the seats okay he's a former teacher of mine and he might be vulnerable seven let's do this I want you to move over to his chair here written some technical difficulties okay I guess go over to that chair over there they're saying in New York region we're getting our techno technical difficult we're really enjoying this by the way there we go you there Simon go far three two one five four three two one there we go very good when the only I was that's the only way the Senate is live in again it's in within Simon's busy day when he is executive editor and driving all of our economic coverage what do you focus on is a trade in is it December fifteenth I think so this of say he treats the world economy able once get through this week and then they can get on to the Christmas shopping and so you've got the trade negotiators vying with the central bankers retention during Powell's its interest rate Wednesday Christina god makes her a policy meeting dead you cease to be present on Thursday not done enough that would typically be enough to keep investors and economists very happy but on top of that you've got these these talks that are supposedly on going about trade the December fifteenth you said deadline looming for the imposition of tariffs on a whole range of a Chinese goods by president trump the I would think that the assumption of market so Celebi a delay they'll be a deal and that'll be I know that this will be introduced in but if you know who knows what this White House let's review now John for a what did you learn from Lawrence Kudlow on Friday as we drive for this conversation not a lot Tom and that's the problem very little clarity on what has been a great since October eleventh the president sat in the oval office and said that the Chinese would by someone they fifty billion dollars in fact products from the United States and Simon what we've had subsequently through supports not through official channels granted but through several reports suggesting that we now struggling to agree on any kind of dollar amount what so ever do we have any clarity on what has been a great since October eleventh when these two sides last have face to face talks so this is quite fascinating when you look at that you're right into identifying I I get sports is the at the sticking point the US the kind of Boston a free markets for a the the best part of the last century the US wants commitments they want to kind of come on state state run they were trying to set up to to sign up to some specific commitments China on the other hand the the kind of the the poster boy for state run a economies command economies they want the market to set the right in the market to be more involved in to determine just that the the flow of of of agriculture produce around the world so you have these this kind of ironies of ironies that right at the last minute both countries kind of going against the IRA the exhibition of models in all getting what they want Simon can you give us the headline of who's winning a we saw the data out of China showing that imports dropped in they had been expected to rise we've seen that Studley both economies getting hurt by the on going trade skirmish who's got hurt worse so I think it's some to some extent we we look to these few months goods China just narrowly needs to deal more than what the match we have to be clear that this isn't a good this is what one of a deal is struck this week if a toll it's not the kind of silver bullet it's really it is very much a phase one this is an attempt to to take a few issues have taken a spot where we were two thousand seventeen almost what remains in play of these these kind of technological Cold War issues that both sides are gonna have to to to do you get out to in in in the coming years this is very much a a start of before the main course ready we got to get to the main course semi Kennedy thank you so much executive editor for so much of our economic and political coverage at worldwide in this was because he mentions an extraordinarily busy week John I'm gonna go back to the complete underestimation of the importance of Madame Lagarde's messaging it to me is the nine story of the week that could be a big story yeah I agree with you until we have to reflect on the fact that she's beginning a strategic review of monetary policy the CPA review the hasn't taken place since the early two thousands shortly after the euro was formed and the focus of that I think is going to be how they define them interpretation of the mandate price stability what a reflection target will pay the toll free which they try to get that and ultimately reflect on whether the policy tools they have deployed if worked a negative right Tom still part of the future policy mix at the scene on a Christine account it will be interesting to see to say the least again the counter and I really want to focus now on election coverage will be having in London the important ramifications for the United States as well there will be five PM London time coverage mark that is twelve noon Friday in New York and then we go on to five P. M. coverage in New York led by John thorough guy Johnson.
"lisa brown" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"Hey hey guys welcome welcome back to the show saying back with another side-hustle spotlight episode where I interview someone who is still site hustling as they grow their business now I'm interviewed a lot of side Hustler's but it's often that I interview someone like today's guests Lisa Brown Alexander who is the founder and CEO of a fifty plus employees organization that is her fulltime their job so to speak we often talked aside Hustler's who are the employees not to the CEO themselves so I was very intrigued when I found out about Lisa this dual passions and occupations and as a result I just had to have her on the show so we're GonNa talk to Lisa Today Lisa is the founder of nonprofit hr as oil is the owner of wellspring manner and SPA. If you follow me on Instagram you might have seen that I stayed at wellspring manner and spa back in I believe it was August July I can't remember and I didn't really know much about the owners of the spa much less that Lisa has a whole fulltime job as CEO and when I found that out I was very very just inspired motivated fascinated so a little bit more about Lisa's background Lisa was driven to serve the often overlooked human resources needs for the social impact sector and that is what I led her to found nonprofit hr the leading talent management firm in the country that works exclusively with the nonprofit sector today fueled by the passion of fifty plus employees and consultants nationwide the thriving company is helping many of the nation's most prominent nonprofit organization didn't get ahead through smart people management strategies in the process they're changing the way an entire sector thinks about talent and culture in twenty eleven Lisa was even named one of Washington DC's top twenty five minority business leaders by The Washington Business Journal now at First Glance nonprofit HR in the hospitality industry might not seem like they have anything in common but LISA has found a way to merge both of her world and in today's episode you will find out what led her to create the wellspring manner and spa even though she already had a booming career and how she juggles being the boss at nonprofit HR and at wellspring manner so let's get right into welcome to the guest chair Lisa thank you so much glad to be here glad to have of you I'm sorry explain to everyone how I stayed at the wonderful wellspring manner and spa and later learned that you actually have a whole nother job they do but so amazed I just had to have you in the guest year to learn a little bit more so i WanNa know what inspired your entrepreneurial leanings because not only did you found wellspring but then also your company nonprofit hr that's right that's right I think my my inspiration ince from my family I come from a family of entrepreneurs my dad in particular was an entrepreneur he started out with a regular career like everyone awesome then later in life he opened what was at the time when Washington DC's only Jamaican bakeries called Brown's Carribean Bakery it was a surprise for me but I think it was just bills my DNA as well to be entrepreneurial tried a number of things when I was younger and didn't land follow rules so my style the two things went hand in hand okay all right Brown's Caribbean bakeries now did you work there did you have a little restaurant time in explored that path you know what I did I worked there when I was a student at Howard 'cause we're right up the street from Howard and I worked there in between class says and after class and whenever I could get there and help my dad and so at one point my sisters I on a couple of our cousins talked about the Big River from my dad when he started to express it it just retiring in quite workout but we certainly had the interest so contending Howard what was your initial career path my initial path was as in business so I pursued my degree in business at Howard and then got a job working for a consulting firm and after that moved into the nonprofit sector which was the entree for my business nonprofit HR So when and why did you start nonprofit hr you know I am offered doing things that other people haven't and that has been kind of a recurring theme of my life and so working in the nonprofit sector for number of years when I observed was there as a need for human resources console eighteen services in a way that was not prophet said trick that demonstrated an understanding of the sector and its nuances and I watched the need happened and over again as I can have moved up through my career and said you know what I can do this I can leverage and parlay the HR experience that I had which with my knowledge of this sector in creative firm that would respond specifically to the talented cope Trinian's than and that's what I did back in two thousand isn't that amazing I find what you just said to be so interesting because anything you do start with that you know what I can do that I can do this what do you think it is that allows you to have that moment because I think that's what's holding a lot of people back for whatever reason you just don't think you can do this like a who me of all what do you think may just have that connection because your background was in business it wasn't any HR specifically right it wasn't I mean when I was going to school you couldn't get a degree NFL until whatever your specific track was than so now I didn't go to school with added minded all what I what I knew though was that wanted to chart my own course wash my family do at I watched others might relatives do it I said why not so I probably should have had more fear than I did but and and that was probably a good thing in retrospect right that I didn't ask you because you're right a lot of people talk themselves out of really wonderful ideas because they're afraid to fail my mantra is you know be okay with failing to fail fast pass that means fall down reassess and quickly get back up and got which are going to do next unfortunately I don't have failure to report with might nonprofit HR venture we're now moving to our twentieth year with the easy around the country and servicing the needs of hundreds of nonprofits around the country so it's been a very good journey through nonprofit. HR congratulations ends but what was the experience like building HR Company and team from the ground up. I mean you have fifteen now but I imagine when it was just you how did you go about starting to grow this business I worked around the clock I worked around the clock I am not afraid to work fortunately on my family's Jamaicans life and then I came home and worked away my business plan my business little by little slice started taking on projects in the evenings as a way of of building reputation did things probably cheaper than I should have but what it allowed me to do is establish myself establish my reputation and was very intentional about being in front of and in the same room as people who could make decisions to retain my services fluids you kind of took on one on one clients while you were still site hustling had enough reputation to be able to launch your own firm that's right and it took them three and a half years before I could give up the corner office rubber tree plant that I had is out at the time and it was very well and then I say you know what I mean elite this is where my passion was I found it difficult to continue those super long days and so I made the decision to leave that job to pursue the consulting service full-time that is what we're all about here we're about working for as long as we need to in order to really build up a strong business on the side I love the fact that you did that so now you've been the Presidency Yo for you said twenty years that's our twenty years in January twenty how now Oh you delegate so that you can have a life outside of work who says I have one initial wellspring I know that you were able to start a whole other business that it has this full and wonderful so the first thing I need to know is what is your secret to build Lina team and being able to not be on call around the clock or are you I'm not no and it's taken I would say probably it took about eighteen in years maybe seventeen years to build a really solid team maybe a little bit less but but growing our size our footprint is really helps I've been able to bring on an outstanding leadership team who really manages a lot of the day to day so my my role has evolved from consultant on the ground all McMahon portfolio of clients to really being more focused on strategy financial oversight making our culture remains healthy and keeping trouble risk management so that's really where my focus has shifted to and that shift has allowed me to take on and pursue other interests right so it was a strategic move it took time to grow hard work but I'm I now have a fantastic team that allows me to pursue okay so what made you decide to open wellspring manner and SPA same formula is nonprofit hr I looked around the landscape of what was available in what was missing for mine Josh Perspective as a consumer and what I noted was that we people of color we lament often about what isn't in our area and we find ourselves going to other places to get the amenities that we say we want close to home and so my husband nine realized after looking around that other than MGM National Harbor we didn't have any upscale accommodations are up skilled. summations in Prince George's county and yet we are you know as everyone says one of the richest wealthiest counties in the country for people our we wanted to do was combine a ledger experience with something that was reflective of our our culinary preferences are entertainment Preferences Artistic Preferences and put that all in one place someone about the business of looking for property in Prince George's county and that was the challenge we actually purchased something way down in the in part of the county bureau beautiful kind of rural area but it was just too far out in the land was GonNa take a lot of work and then we stumbled upon Patty where we are now and what a blessing that was I mean it was just sitting waiting it had been vacant for ten years when we purchased it and and it was ready for some love and for destination just like while Spring Wa wait so you actually purchase another property we did was insurance county very rural very on tranquil beautiful really and was going to be an ideal backdrop for I'm the kind of experience that we wanted to create the challenge was property purchased needed a lot of work infrastructure. Wise water plumbing switch the whole Angelina Electricity.
"lisa brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Seattle police have arrested a suspect in last Monday's shooting at Pritchard island beach park in south Seattle to groups started shooting at each other as the park was crowded with families, a mom, her baby girl girl were caught in the crossfire. They've all since been released from the hospital gang units yesterday, arrested a twenty year old man in Bellevue, who they say was involved. This is the first arrest. In this case that person has been booked in the King County jail for investigation of drive by shooting assault, and unlawful possession of a firearm, we have called into Seattle police to get more. Details in Virginia Beach, Virginia. We are waiting to hear back from police about an apparent mass shooting that took place just a few hours ago. CBS news. Correspondent Jim Chris allies on the scene. I'm Jim Krasula. Police in Virginia Beach, Virginia say several people have been wounded in a mid afternoon, shooting at a municipal building. They say a suspect has been taken into custody, and there was only one shooter. The extent of injuries isn't clear as of now the. FBI has responded to the scene, which is next to the Virginia Beach city hall. Just last week. Governor Jay Inslee signed a sanctuary state law. And today, Spokane county sheriff says he's not going to enforce it the law limits. When police can ask about immigration status, and what information they can share with ice office law, enforce a progressive socialist, Marxist point of view that all four Schmidt, is doing is going out and checking people's papers when we don't do that period sheriff Ozzie, Canessa, Vish says non-cooperating with ice damages public safety and goes against federal law. We are waiting for a response from the governor more tariffs announced today, this time for Mexico, a five percent tariff on all imports. The repercussions will be felt here in Washington state where Mexico is our seventh largest trading partner, the director Washington state's Commerce Department, Lisa Brown says it's going to hurt our economy. Also, create uncertainty within the business community. This level of uncertainty is just add a chilling. Fact to the economy in general, President Trump has vowed to impose more duties on all goods from Mexico until steps are taken to curb the flow of illegal immigration. Now, we're going to check in with Janet Ryan who's been watching your commute..
"lisa brown" Discussed on KOMO
"The company's quarterly earnings report in the first quarter of the fiscal year. Twenty nineteen revenue is up to twenty nine point one billion dollars. And the company brought in eight point eight billion dollars in net profits, the surface, tablet, and Xbox One continued to show strong sales numbers and Microsoft's hardware side Lincoln and office three sixty five showed strong sales numbers on the software side geekwire reports before the earnings call started. There was a tribute to the late Paul Allen. The hold music was made up of songs. His band, Paul Allen and the under thinkers congresswoman, Cathy, McMorris Rogers and her opponent. Lisa Brown held their final debate last night. One of the big issues with tariffs which have hurt eastern Washington. Farmers. I have opposed President Trump's across the board tariffs. I believe that we need trade agreements, we need to be moving towards actually getting these trade agreements in place, and I'm encouraged that we have to trade agreement with Mexico the trade agreement with Canada, and there will be more trade agreements coming but democratic challenger Lisa Brown says that was nothing more than lip service. It's not enough to be disappointed or to oppose in words. The actions of the administration. Congress has the ability constitutionally to stand up and take on this matter, and that's what they should do. Recent polling shows the raises at a statistical tie you only have six weeks to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. When open enrollment starts November first because. Because it's such a short window King County public health is offering assistance with the sign up process. Public health staff knee pie says if you think you can't afford insurance even under ObamaCare, they'll look at your options. For example, we know the bronze plan has the highest deductibles, but it has a lower out of pocket in every plan that someone chooses. We wanna point to that. They're gonna get preventative healthcare you're going to get the annual physical. The county will hold events where you can get help. With enrollment all through the sign up period and bad news for chocoholics her. She plans to raise their prices next year. The chocolate company said the price hike will affect a fifth of its products. But they didn't say which ones. Well, if you depend on the Bainbridge and Bremerton ferries to get outta town. It may take a little longer than usual this weekend. The ferries will be sharing a single slip on Saturday and Sunday at Colman dock. That means departures will have to be staggered twenty four seven news newsy want. When you want it on, KOMO news. Same axiom frost now. An update from the Harley exteriors KOMO sports desk. Houston Texans score their fifth straight victory. Forty two to twenty three over the Miami. Dolphins and Thursday night NFL football tonight the World Series shifts to California after Fenway park, gave the dodgers the cold shoulder. The Boston Red Sox beat Los Angeles four two Wednesday night. Take a to game to lead in the best of seven series game. Three is tonight. The Seahawks will face the lions this week and they head to Detroit with the defense. So will only get better with edition this week of veteran. Linebacker cagey right rights been out since late August with a knee injury..
"lisa brown" Discussed on KOMO
"Was my top priority. That's why I'm speaking out against I sixteen thirty one but Washingtonians for ethical government, which bills itself as a watchdog group has filed a bar complaints violated the ethical code by portraying himself as a consumer advocate. When in fact, he's acting chevrons lawyer Turney know Loni Republican strategist in no sixteen thirty one. Spokesman Randy Pepple says the complaint is frivolous. Meritless claim that spoiled by a front group for a campaign. That is upset that rob McKenna's message has merit voters will decide on sixteen thirty one on November sixth. Jeff pohjola. Komo news. Cathy, McMorris Rogers enter opponent. Lisa Brown held their final debate last night. One of the big issues discussed was tariffs, which have hurt eastern Washington. Farmers. I have opposed President Trump's across the board tariffs. I believe that we need trade agreements, we need to be moving towards actually getting these trade agreements in place, and I'm encouraged that we have to trade agreement with Mexico the trade agreement with Canada, and there will be more trade agreements coming the democratic challenger Lisa Brown says that was nothing more than lip service. Not enough to be disappointed or to oppose in words. The actions of the administration. Congress has the ability constitutionally to stand up and take on this matter. That's what they should do. Polling shows the race at a statistical tie a little short window to sign up for health insurance through the state exchange. Komo's Ryan Harris tells us what the King County executive and his team are doing to make sure you get what you need open enrollment for what's known as ObamaCare is the shortest since it started just six weeks from November first to December fifteenth. Dow Constantine came here to fire station Eighty-one and maple valley to talk about all the help King County. Public health will offer to make sure you can get signed up in part because he says they are still about a thousand people in this zip code alone court eligible for insurance, but don't have it. This program was put in place by our government to make sure that people could be covered and could lead healthier lives and to save money because little health challenges don't have to develop into life threatening crises in addition to events just about every day of the. Enrollment period. All over the county. There are dozens of so-called navigators around the county who can help you get through.
"lisa brown" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"I'm here in this segment with Lisa Brown who is running for congress in the fifth district in Washington highly how, how to be with you? Yes, thanks so much for joining me. Could we start with a just a little bit of background? Could you tell us nurse just a little bit about who you are and why you're running for congress? This year? I grew up in a small town in central Illinois, but I've lived in Spokane, Washington, ever since I was in my twenties, I started teaching economics here and was involved on the activist side of politics helping to organize the first win and take back the night March had my son here taught at the nominee in ultima tely Serb in our state legislature was in years. And as the Senate majority leader, I stepped away from that to help start a new medical school in its headquartered right here in eastern Washington and has a mission. To serve rural communities and underserved populations. When I saw what was happening in congress that was going backwards on healthcare and not taking on the things. People really care about the high cost of prescription drugs and the student loan debt crisis. I decided the best way to continue my work on healthcare and other issues important in my community was to run for ponderous. And the fifth district currently has Republican incumbent, can you tell us a little bit about sort of where the fifth district is? Yes. So the fist of Washington is the ten counties of eastern Washington. So it's a very big district, like in the Netherlands, and it is very diverse economically geographically, and it has world counties and suburban areas that also are states. Second largest city the city of Spokane, and it has been represented in congress for fourteen years by Representative, Cathy McMorris Rogers. However, before that, when I was first in the state legislature, it was represented by Tom Foley a democrat who became speaker of the house and it borders, the sort of northern panhandle of Idaho. And we did a an Idaho episode quite a while ago now, and I was surprised how many really strong progressives there were in that part of Idaho, even though we sort of think of it as a conservative state. Absolutely. And the same is true of eastern Washington, sometimes on the left side of the towns. People see the east side of the mountains as all white, and it's true there is they're conservative people, but really there's a lot of ideological diversity of, well, silicon clean tuck little bit. Then about your your background in the state legislature. So you. Served in the legislature, both when Democrats were in the minority party in also in the majority party. So can you talk a little bit about what that sort of what that experience gives you in terms of insight for kind of figuring out how to work together in congress, you know, clearly whichever party gets majority. There's going to have to be some bipartisan things going onto to get anything done. Yes, the Jordy is more fun. Don't always get what you what you want, but you definitely get to help set the agenda and do more to move things forward and you you get the vote. Yes. More. However, I've been part of those Inga Geordies and and and I've been part of a tiny minority and the reality is that you get the best public policy when you listen to both sides and work. With the various stakeholders and interests that are affected by an issue and then come together and find common ground. And generally speaking public policy is I think that are in stronger when there has been an honest athletes. Athletes to include multiple points of view when putting legislation together that doesn't always work at your voting for something that's your. That's part of your your conscience such as when we were in the legislature in boated to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation. That's not the kind of thing you can compromise on, but a lot of aspects of public policy, like putting together an education policy or a health care policy or a budget you can in fact probably make it better by listening carefully to people with dissenting points of view and and trying to find common ground..
"lisa brown" Discussed on WJR 760
"You're hearing the Frank Beckmann show news talk seven sixty WJR I can imagine in those. Communities in Oakland County that that's. Being said quite a bit they my fault and we'll. See we'll see how it all works out when they reexamined what, happened in those, communities where they ran out of. Ballots yesterday but Lisa Brown I give her credit for this she she stepped right, up and face the questions about it and answered the mall and. You know not everybody's willing, to do that all the time the show away from, that especially when. There's a, problem, than the one I answer but she did she said. Look I don't know what happened the the in. Each case it sounds, like it was different. Different issue too in the, one case they didn't order enough and then the other case they didn't have the provision their to print ballots, that they could have so long, it sorted out guarantee you there will be meetings and they'll they'll rehash what happened, and, we shall see Interesting result in the eleventh district where Lena Epstein, overcame some articles, to win the GOP congressional race. She a handful of opponents notably rocky rush Cousy the the former servicemen who served, so well and as as a been a fixture in local politics. For some time but at, any rate Lena Epstein will be on the ballot as, the o. the. GOP congressional, candidate, so we're headed toward we're hoping later would be able. To join us but apparently that's not going to. Be happening so that's, all I can tell. You we're going to get, in some other things too it's not all elections obviously today we're going to get into the reapplication of.
"lisa brown" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Physically emotionally to get to where she's at and she breaks down the whole process of how she's done it and how you can do it as well before we dive in when i give a shout out to our fan of the week this is anna lisa brown who said the day i ran across this podcast something completely changed in my mindset inspired me to change the game in my daily life the guests all bring light to difficult situations and life while teaching through their own struggles the world needs more of this life is hard and without real nece it can be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel thankful grateful and blessed for this incredible podcast lewis house thanks for creating this game changer so annalisa brown thank you for leaving a review over on itunes you are the fan of the week and if you guys haven't left to review yet we've got over three thousand plus five star reviews just open up your podcast app right now you can do it really quickly or head over to i tunes leave a review on the school of greatness your chance to be shouted out as the fan of the week and the summit of greatness if you haven't got your ticket yet someone of greatness dot com we just announced the first four speakers they are going to blow you away if you're looking to connect with conscious minded achievers who are just like you if you want to build that community then come to the summit of greatness tober four through six and columbus ohio you can go to someone of greatness dot com to check out ticket prices and all that good stuff all the speakers and what's happening this is our third annual year and it is going to be mind blowing i can tell you every single year people say it's the most powerful weekend of the year for them so make sure to get your ticket at summit of greatness dot com and take a screen shot and tag me on instagram at lewis house when you get your tickets so i can connect with you over there i want to give a big thank you to our sponsor today which is designed crowd dot com slash greatness now if you are entrepeneurship if you have a business or you just want to launch something online.
"lisa brown" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The most amazing comeback show she stay with a boat for at least an hour going under an under and popping up and dancing and so that that one i was kind of expecting with the captains what's another one and says that's a mother way off but that can't possibly be her baby that's gotta be a dolphin they don't bring their hipbones to the bulk unless you mean cedar newborns they don't do that and then finally the captain goes oh my gosh oh my gosh she's a newborn way she brought the newborn now this isn't even the goods part because this is just what i see and i yeah in in real life i one of my best students with me how i've just certified as one of my best coaches in the world and she's sitting next to me ron away back and the the mail is still circling about i said to her okay lisa name's lisa brown i said lisa telling the college friends now you can go out for hours and not see very many wales and i said what do you say she sits two females two females are coming on the way back we hadn't gone another ten minutes before those two females showed up and the captain's screening there two female that's all a rarity to it's a rarity so what we're talking about is the way now you were you were talking about crocodiles earlier today they're putting some music through their heads the check their brains amazing work well they've been on this planet a lot longer than we have they have when a dolphin or whale since sonar they're sending out wave that disturbs the water now it disturbs the water in such a way that it almost takes a picture it takes a picture of the thing that they're saying this is how they see it's sonar how they see and how they here and how they perceive that's going to form a feedback loop return to them as a threedimensional replica like an x ray did they can read now they're gonna know where that vote is what direction it's going what what speed that's how they can tell us a.
"lisa brown" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Raised billions of dollars but cathay mcmorris rogers is insidious in the way that she works inside in worms her way inside a policy and its detrimental that this states detrimental to the country so i want her gone and i think that lisa brown's the one do it and so i started promoting her really early and made a tentative the day on on of two weeks ago or something and i'll just keep pounding away and the goal is to as soon as the texas primaries are over the second phase is to get people to work on the ground alon line activism is awesome in it really does move the needle in a lot of different areas as far as exposure goes and fundraising you can't beat it for those two things but it doesn't really deliver votes so you need to go doortodoor and we want to help candidates get volunteers do that for them in ways that they can't access those volunteers they are not able sometimes to get to those volunteer here's the we have access to so that's what s the second phase of this so every time a primary happens that's our next our next goal that'll be quite a watch party to mile for texas that's a lot of congressional district is in there's so many of them that are flip a boll and possible and it will i think it will be a bellwether for the rest of the nation me look it's texas flipping a couple of seats liu is monumental heat but we actually have a chance in multiple seats so i mean the primary tomorrow is not receipts but the primary is if we have more quote unquote justice democrats winning ben establishment democrats than you know kind of wh which way the wind is blowing down there right and if we don't then than we know that we need to be a little bit more centrist me the and other states so when i say you know bellwether that's what i mean and so the next primary up is my state illinois yes.
"lisa brown" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"But he started a rumor that tom foley was gay and that had a lot to do with twelve fully losing it it was was only with you is the only thing but that was a big part of it and the funny thing is is that mock fully years later was the one who was involved with the scandal where he was um actually having having relations with you pages underage majors an in washington uh but you know it was it was just it was just a a mistake where it or you know dr i i always thought it was dark humor uh from uh from uh gingrich said that caused that thing i think he knew that it wasn't mark foley but he just got dyslexic idea to you know switch the names of these two women mocked fold who no one do and then tom foley who is a very big deal in any case and i just told you that story is quiz that in the district that lease is running in and although there is no speaker of the house there deep the most high ranking republican woman in congress um is is is her opponent and that is a kathy mcmorris rogers oh okay and um so here we have a situation where randy brice is likely to defeat if he if he even runs or let's say it drab is kicking um uh the speaker of the republican speaker of the house paul ryan at of congress so that's happening and at the same time in the district where they got foley uh there's a chance that lisa brown is going to defeat uh wonderful one of wines top lieutenants this uh kathy mcmorris rogers that would be amazing but talked about sweet earth essence.
"lisa brown" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"This is bloomberg luke maye yep sure he's a little to rebel lisa brown boys joins us with that bond report gloves release asahi debt girl if it was like you know barbara abramowicz wrong song made bad for a lot of reason and human a is really syllables what's going on in our game there's name today barbara and go too far i'm not saying it's a bad name i'm saying that its length it's up so a lot you're the bond girl one point after that so what what are you looking at the von purse thin uh i'm just saying i think when you look at the big picture everybody today was looking for direction within the junk bond market in particular because this became a such an issue at the end of next week a with very specific credits seeing a lot of weakness are iheart communications and frontier which is continuing to drop today at community health and and a whole host of very big issuers the high yield bond market there was a little bit of a pop in the in the prices of some of this day on friday today we're seeing the declines continues so there is this question of how far will this go is this the beginning of a deeper route in riskier credit so this is sort of the question today but it's you know to put this into perspective these are not massive moves this is like just a break and the reason why people are are watching this is simply because it's out of the norm of the just steady march up that we've seen and valuations pretty.