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"m. s." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"M. S. and stocks around the world are tumbling this morning five oh one on Wall Street and we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures down sixty four points down futures down six hundred twenty four nasdaq futures down one hundred fifty eight the dax in Germany is down two point eight percent CAC in Paris down three point one percent in the footsie one hundred down two point seven percent Nikkei two twenty five in Japan fell two point eight percent and the hang Seng in Hong Kong was down two and a quarter percent ten year treasury of twelve thirty second zero point six eight percent the yield on the two year point one six percent NYMEX crude oil is down three point seven percent on a dollar forty eight at thirty eight twelve a barrel comex gold is up one point two percent of twenty dollars ten cents at seventeen forty eighty an ounce the euro one point one three eight six against the dollar the yen one of six point eighty four Nathan Kerr and we begin with signs the corona virus outbreak is spreading once again a second wave is emerging as new infections in the U. S. surpassed two billion Texas reported its highest daily cases since the start of the pandemic Arizona seen a sharp spike over the past two weeks Dr Sam Dirani is head of the covert task force at honor health medical in Phoenix if we continue at a rate like this we're facing a significant chance that we're gonna have to shut down the state again in Florida weekly infections had the highest level since the outbreak began hospitalizations in California are the highest mark in a month Arkansas is also among states seeing an increase we spoke with representative French hill a Republican congressman from the state I think you're going to have different kinds of spikes with the groan of ours doctor found she is right we don't have a vaccine we don't have a actual therapeutics so Americans are going to have to learn to live with the virus the outbreaks come just weeks after states began reopening though it's not clear the two are linked experts say it's too soon to tell whether massive protests against police brutality have led to more infections but cases in Florida and California rice malt Disney is going ahead with plans to re open theme parks in the states next month we get more on that story from Bloomberg's mark mills Disney says its proposed re opening will begin with the July ninth return of downtown Disney the company's Anaheim California shopping district Disneyland and Disney California adventure plan to re open on July seventeenth followed by hotels on July twenty third Disney parks in Orlando Florida also planned to reopen around them the company is seeking regulatory approval requirements for social distancing main Disney will have to limit crowds and establish a new admission system mark mills Bloomberg daybreak by mark thanks as concerns over the pandemic return the federal reserve continues to push accommodative policy to stem the fallout we're not even thinking about thinking about raising rates chairman Jerome Powell plans to.
"m. s." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"So so that is a great question and I'll tell you I myself am frustrated as well are data reporting systems for public health whether it's hospitals are just people getting a test they have not kept up with what we need to be able to fight this pandemic and give people the information as quickly as we should so the M. S. put out guidelines as I've mentioned earlier this week they put all guidelines recently we had to align our guidance to the nursing facilities with that those guidelines today just a couple of hours ago we made sure after cleaning all the data it doesn't come in perfectly we have to clean and make sure there's no duplicates so right now as of today we have the cases by facility on the website you can even see who actually did not report as well we still have to work on the deaths what I don't want to do is put up data that's not accurate what we know is that there are some facilities that are reporting to the local health department that but they're not reporting to us that we have to understand what that means and and put that up as well but our goal is to be able to report accurate as accurate as we can death data and also we are gathering information from those additional facilities that use that as well but again we got to get it right we have to make sure people understand what to report and we'll continue making progress with that this is for the governor so you said yesterday that we shouldn't stick to the July one deadline for getting the budget done but there are still old school districts local governments that need to know how much money they can expect from the state because they have their budget years beginning one of when will they know what to what to expect yeah I I'm acutely aware that local governments and school districts have their budget your weekend as.
"m. s." Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"m. s." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"M. S. and U. S. stock index futures are fluctuating this morning it is five a one on Wall Street and we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures now down about six points Dow futures down sixty two nasdaq futures up six the dax in Germany is down one point seven percent the CAC in Paris down two percent of the footsie one hundred down two point two percent Nikkei two twenty five in Japan down one point seven percent and the hang Seng in Hong Kong down about one and a half percent ten year treasury up twelve thirty seconds he'll point six one percent yield on the two year point one five percent nynex for Doyle is up two point nine percent up seventy four cents to twenty six oh three a barrel comex gold is up half a percent or eight dollars eighty cents at seventeen twenty five twenty an ounce the euro one point oh eight oh nine against the dollar the yen is at one oh six point eight to make them more Kerr will have more on the markets in just a minute first let's get the very latest on the coronavirus live with Bloomberg's John Tucker morning John and good morning Nathan cases worldwide have top four point three million with deaths nearing three hundred thousand meanwhile president trump is publicly disagreeing with the government's infectious diseases chief Anthony Falvey tested earlier this week that re opening the country too soon could lead to corona virus flare ups he warned about the impact on children when schools reopen the president accused elegy of wanting to play all sides of the equation rise presence here actually because you know it's just he is not an acceptable answer especially when it comes to schools but he said there would not likely be a vaccine broadly effective treatment before the fall term begins for students in an opinion piece published in Switzerland today the CEO of Novartis predicted it would take one of the half to two years to have a vaccine John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak right John thank you will get another grim a reading on the labor market because of the pandemic we get more from Bloomberg's Michael McKee another Thursday another dismal day to release the pain in the U. S. labor market continues as the government is forecast to announce millions more workers have filed for unemployment benefits what we don't know is how many have just lost their jobs and how many files earlier but are only just now getting through backed up benefits systems in their states speaking Wednesday fed chairman Jay Powell noted forty percent of those making under forty thousand dollars a year had lost their jobs he went on to suggest that soon enough the question will become whether those getting benefits will have jobs to go back to unless Congress does more many companies particularly small and medium size businesses may cease to exist Michael McKee Bloomberg daybreak Carmichael thanks also during his conversation with the Peterson institute for international economics yesterday Powell pushed back against the notion of deploying negative interest rates also the evidence on the effectiveness of negative rates is is very mixed it's very mixed there's no there are the research that says that they've been effective there are plenty of doubters and the issue really is the concern over over interrupting the intermediation process and you know reducing bank profitability thereby reducing the availability of credit in the economy following those comments from Powell treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin sought to reassure investors about the U. S. economy you're going to say this is going to be a pretty bad quarter but then we're going to recover and we're gonna have a sequence of better quarters in as the president said our expectations were going to kill this virus and next year will be back to having a great economy just like we had before Mnuchin told fox news he spoke with Powell on the phone after the fed chairman's comments on the economy the battle comments had a major impact on the stock market as U. S. equities closed as three week low we get more from Bloomberg markets reporter Dani burger Carrie nation as fed chair Jerome Powell warned of economic risk from the virus U. S. stocks slid and volatility returned the S. and P. five hundred briefly fell below twenty eight hundred and that's a little that's provided support in the past month the fear for investors here that the recovery will be slower and much more and even then when markets are currently pricing but it's not only Powell that sounded gloomy Wall Street Titans from Stan Druckenmiller David Tepper are warning that the risk reward of holding stocks is the worst they've seen in years separate the worst since the tech bubble and the choir of skepticism group the S. and P. five hundred yesterday dropped to the lowest level since April Dani burger Bloomberg daybreak hi Danny thanks the slumping U. S. stocks is spreading overseas Bloomberg's Juliette Sally has the recap on the Asian markets from Singapore good morning Juliet good morning Nathan cairn energy stocks led declines in the region sending Israeli is resource heavy ASX two hundred index down one point seven percent the Ozzy also fell off the unemployment slump the most on record in April amid the government lockdown in Japan the Nikkei two to five was down by one point seven percent begin strengthening for a third day Sony shares sliding off to warning that it operating profit could fall thirty percent or more this financial year the CSI three hundred in China was down one percent stocks also falling in Hong Kong Taiwan and South Korea well Indian stocks reversed Wednesday's gains in bonds rallied as traders estimated the government's cash outgo from its two hundred and sixty five billion dollars stimulus package may be less than previously feared in Singapore Juliet's Ali Bloomberg daybreak really I think you the international energy agency sees the oil market improving the IEA says demand is at a little stronger than expected meanwhile supply has been reined in by a brutal price crash world oil production is on track to decline this month at the lowest level in nine years shares of Cisco or up one and a half percent in early trading the company came out with a better than expected forecasts the Bowman remote work and online activity has increased demand for Cisco's network equipment still the company's fiscal fourth quarter revenue is likely to fall as much as eleven and a half percent from a year ago an S. and P. futures down two points right now straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is Bloomberg thanks Karen it's five oh seven on Wall Street.
"m. s." Discussed on REAL 92.3
"When they start opening up and restaurants you know so that that's a great way to think about spending the summer in just know that our team is already working on twenty twenty one right and we'll be there in twenty twenty one and we're going to have a virtual summer which was well in the show reaches out thank you for your time thank you you have a file with this and I wish you nothing but the best thing you and your family you stay safe as well you as well thank you so much bye bye figuring out what is your man big boy's neighborhood I had to go with me playing at the moment is still No shoes in the to put a hundred bands on women's starting you these the next the thing that M. S. seven D. eighty.
"m. s." Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Edie's Valentine the morning is one of four three five M. hope your weekend went well was a big day yesterday the M. S. walked a virtual M. S. walk we did that for jail yesterday we all walked all over the California the love was apparent the love is also apparent in somebody's good we cannot ruin this you guys there is no love it's hard enough being quarantined trying to date but we cannot ruin those the attraction was apparent what happens okay so I had told him before like I don't even know when we discussed this but I told you before that I love puzzles I love scape rooms I love doing things as a team games or whatever like I love that kind of stuff and so he planned this zoom sessions a week you tell me a lot of them settling we gonna Sam and then what happened was he shared his screen with me so that we were able to play a game on on his computer but I used my phone to be able to participate with this game and he was using his phone as well I don't know you guys ever heard of Jack box these Jack box games I played it before my family but you use your phone to answer to type in questions and stuff like everything's done through your phone so we were sharing the screen but we had to work together it was this game where you had to defuse these bombs and then also like put in passwords and passcodes instead all through using clues and we had to help each other like there'd be a bomb that we had to use and how to cut the wires so I would get too close he would get too close to we're working together going in order like I had a clue one yet clear to that he had three I had called for and we're trying to defuse these bombs and each day progressed you would get more and more bombs to diffuse we made it all the way to Friday so we thought like this is it we've made a great job and that is all over again on Monday and we had all these other bombs to do it was incredibly tough but so much fun it proved we make a pretty good team when we're there I would say like my dream date it is heavily influenced by terrorism awesome this is great I'm really happy I was waiting because no deal I was sitting here and I'm like what am I gonna say selectmen already Friday go I think it is Friday right now because that would help us a lot and I was waiting for the comment from Kevin I knew there was something Kevin I mean I know would say something rather I just didn't know what was going to be so if you're legislating egg bombs a romantic you know we weren't dealing with real bombs and he didn't create this game is if you think you're and we're together Hey don't fight it you found yourself a nice little dungeon master you got it Hey I'm not gonna share anymore no nothing would get out of your life is what we're living vicariously through would get the exact same thing every day do I defrosted chicken or not that's my entire life right now I become a defrosting expert you know it's not like anybody that lost their lives or anything it was just like a like a little room that looked like it was about us you guys didn't get any time know what once we got to Monday was like super super tough and so we it was so hard we could do it but we made it we made it through one week now the stage being brought to you by Jill and her suitor is in memoriam and we wish them the very best it was a cartoon it was we work together that's all to gather okay you're getting if you turn up the volume on your microphone or maybe I'm sensing something else your voice seems to be raising up I'm yelling I'm yelling right now sorry I couldn't hear you so when you said you were yelling yes all rights balance in the morning eight six six five four four my favorite text in the show at three one oh four three here's what's coming up in Hollywood headline Taylor swift made a big announcement about lover fest last I'll tell you her plan right after traffic is still here to take your order see you in the drive thru right now all right now public health officials are urging residents to continue practicing social distancing as the number of confirmed sort of ours cases climb past twelve thousand three hundred in LA county experts say there is evidence that our physical distancing efforts are working but we have to stay with it authorities are urging patients after several rallies took place in Orange County it sees like Huntington beach and San Clemente protests recalling that officials to lift the orders about forty percent of graduating seniors in the U. S. say they plan to delay their college plans many parents and students surveyed felt they needed more information about college safety plans for the fall many people are also uncertain about tuition and expenses California state home orders every deuce vehicle collisions by about sixty percent that is save taxpayers an estimated one billion dollars since the orders went into effect that money would've been sped up property damage treatment of injuries and emergency response costs there you go.
"m. s." Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"M. S. their phone numbers this week I don't want to fool you guys because of the quality of the show you're listening to a strike or not actually the character yes right now we are in our own homes you're separated by many miles lots of five fiber optic cables X. cetera and as a result we are trying to do the highest quality show we can do under the circumstances but people want to participate in the only way we can actually speak to you other than to resume accessories if we call you at home would you like to a call someone who's given us their number this week to play yes I do which first of all which game are we gonna play before call them tell me quickly well long before anyone knew a coronavirus was we debuted something on the show called corona or corona to talk about some of the things that were happening mostly internationally real things versus things we made up and at the time you were still calling it the Glendora virus you didn't even know what happened actual name well I think we bring back corona corona because it's very difficult to keep up with all of the corona related news stories that are taking place and some of them believe it or not I actually feel good stories so how would you like to call Judy in silmar we can call Eric in Palmdale we've got the Troy in give me Judy and Phil Mar Jurado Mar let's get Judy on the phone and see if she would like to call it again or no price that's what it's all about a game for no pro corona corona all right hello hello Hey Judy this is Judy what the heck's going on as well and how are you Hey Stricker I'm good hi Connie what's going on Judy thanks for letting us bother you at home no problem you must be bored out of your mind and finished everything there is to watch on all of television because now you're putting up with us yes definitely that's exactly what's happening the game is corona or corona no I don't know the answers Klein is going to give some facts or maybe they're not real facts about the corona virus and you just tell us if it's corona or corona no and you can use me as a lifeline anytime and here's your host Klein Judy I hope you win the prize is nothing but you get bragging rights and a wall all the people cats or plants in your house be excited when you get to brag to them about how well you did in this dumb radio game as more Angelenos are receiving their stimulus money this week local taco shops are offering twelve hundred tacos for twelve hundred dollar promotion if you sign over your stimulus check they will give you a bag with twelve hundred tacos is that correct or is that corona to.
"m. s." Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"This time a fifteen a former Nick who's got an ongoing feud with M. S. G. isn't very fond of some of his former teammates either Charles Oakley told CBS sports radio he doesn't know what else he can do to patch up his relationship with Knicks owner James Dolan but he does know he wasn't too happy when former teammate Bernard king showed up along side dole in just a few days after the old man had been kicked out of Madison Square Garden I was with whom to lay down salt foundation two years ago many fear about well you know my wife yeah when are ma'am if you turn off your Twitter account you go to any of the forty one home game this and then you are going to go through I'm I'm I'm on this micromolar Oakley also called Patrick Ewing high maintenance and said the big fella held the next back from winning a title because he shied away from adversity markedet ten ten wins sports Chris Cuomo has apparently had some revelations following his battle against the corona virus which he said had him hallucinating that he was talking to his late father of former governor Cuomo among those revelations he's discovered he really doesn't like his job at CNN he said so on his other show on satellite radio I don't like what I do professionally I've decided I like doing this show I like talking to you guys but I don't value indulging in irrationality hyper partisanship I don't think it's worth my time anymore as for whether he plans on quitting therefore really didn't say that but he did know that he was making millions of dollars a year had saved his money and didn't need it anymore we told you yesterday about aloe Vera AC who put a sign out her window and Pittsburgh reading need more beer to exclamation points all might work for her might not work for you and me but probably is working for her because she's ninety three years old course why just center a hundred and fifty cans of beer she was spotted on social media holding the sign and of course lights of a new her preferred brand Pennsylvania has some pretty annoying liquor laws but course was able to legally deliver the beer rights to all of store staff and now she's got a new sign that reads gosh more beer one exclamation point it's like everybody has all the toilet paper and paper towels they need now and then some so there are other items that people are rushing out to buy now first fruit and vegetable seeds always popular this time of year but maybe with a little little extra might be to grow our own food considerations Austin this year then there are dumbbells another fitness equipment with the gyms close than time to kill no real explanation needed use sales up six hundred forty seven percent from this time last year file that under might need to bake our own bread alcohol again no explanation required and game consoles are in heavy demand intento switches are sold out at several online retailers and parties are selling them on Amazon for five hundred seventy four dollars third parties up from three hundred thirty dollars just.
"m. s." Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The risk of loss Wednesday's time six fifteen a former Nick who's got an ongoing feud with M. S. J. isn't too fond of some of his former teammates either Charles Oakley told CBS sports radio he doesn't know what else he can do to patch up his relationship with Knicks owner James Dolan but he does know he wasn't too happy when former teammate Bernard king showed up along side dole in just a few days after the old man had been kicked out of Madison Square Garden with whom to elect on soliton basin two years ago thank you for your love well you know my wife yeah when our men make you turn off your Twitter account you go to any of the forty one home game this is a great deal I want to go to I'm I'm a I'm oldest micromolar Oakley also called Patrick Ewing high maintenance and said the big fella held the next back from winning a title because he shied away from adversity markedet ten ten wins sports Chris Cuomo has apparently had some revelations following his battle with the corona virus which he said left him a little Heller said adding that he was talking to his late father the former governor Cuomo among those revelations he's discovered he doesn't really like his job at CNN he said so on his other show on satellite radio I don't like what I do professionally I've decided I like doing this show I like talking to you guys but I don't value indulging the rationality hyper partisanship I don't think it's worth my time anymore as for whether he plans on quitting well that he didn't say but he did know he was making millions of dollars a year had saved his money and didn't need it anymore we told you yesterday about all of their an AC she put up a sign out her window and Pittsburgh reading need more dearer followed by two exclamation points appointment work for you or me but it's working for her probably because all of his ninety three resolve course light just sent her a hundred and fifty cans of beer she was spotted on social media holding that sign and a chorus line so they knew her preferred brand Pennsylvania does have some pretty annoying liquor laws but course was able to deliver the beer right to all of store step legally and now she's got a new sign that reads god more beer one exclamation point it's like everybody else all the toilet paper and paper towels they need now and then some so there are some other items that people are rushing out to buy first fruit and vegetable seeds always popular this time of year but maybe with a little extra might need to own your grow your own food consideration this year than dumbbells and other fitness equipment with Jim's closed inside to kill no explanation needed their yeast sales are up six hundred forty seven percent from this time last year file that under might need to bake our own bread alcohol again no exclamation explanation like needed and game consoles are in heavy demand Nintendo switches are sold out at several on time online retailers third party selling them on Amazon for five hundred seventy four dollars up from about three hundred thirty dollars a couple of months ago it's forty seven degrees and partly cloudy were going up.
"m. s." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"M. S. welcome to the program is to stop it let's start with a with a general question about your assessment of what do you think the U. S. health system is to responding to this kind of pandemic thanks for having me on I think clearly where we're not and I think in some in some respects we should be much better prepared I'm not sure that even with the best preparations out we would be completely prepared for something that is so unusual meaning it's so contagious spread so rapidly is so deadly in certain populations but we certainly could have been more prepared with more infrastructure and I believe that there is already a panel working on a set of recommendations for how we would address the next pandemic sadly we are we've got to get through this one but when you go through a difficult period where we're going to pay for some of the lack of planning in the inability to protect our work our healthcare workforce is much it's a show should be and to save as many lives as possible that now it's going to need to be an effort of ingenuity as opposed to them after this okay and and and if it requires ingenuity in your view is sought change in U. S. C. present in the in in the current administration all that people thinking of ways of dealing with what is being confronted in a way that is creative and will result in helping more people I think you'd be ingenuity is in a couple places the ingenuity is in the frontline healthcare workers who are figuring out how as a more time to make a ventilator or mask do more than it was designed to do by clinical guidelines it's creative it's in it's present in medical students who across the country are voluntarily delivering meals to frontline workers and doing free child care it certainly present in the biotechnology sector sector where we have people rushing to create therapies rushing to create other kinds of of prophylactic skin tests that we we should well we should have had them weeks and months ago are are racing to catch up so where are you from the definitely managed to avoid answering the question directly I mean I wonder what you make all the way in which the current administration is attempting to respond you've talked about how brilliantly creative the people on the front line all responding but they clearly struggling if people have to make wartime decisions in terms of triage should this person lives yes because that on the sixty should this person live no actually because they're over seventy that kind of thing has to be avoided at all costs shortly of course and I'm not avoiding your question the but I but I wanted to clarify the ingenuity it was referring to the ingenuity of different it was not the ingenuity of the government I'd say that the the the trump administration has been late on virtually every aspect of planning in responding to this in late in it you know we've all been late before for things in our life and we were able to catch up we're able to us to work an extra shift or work an extra night the problem with being late with the virus or grows exponentially is is like swimming after speedboat by the time you swim to to catch up to where the boat was the boat is further away than when you started and so the the time spent in January and February would have been really well placed to do the the kinds of things we're doing now so unfortunately it's going to have to be the ingenuity that we count on but it's not the ingenuity of a government it's ingenuity of our country and it's also the commitment of people to really staying home and making sure we are leaving people the chance to take care of patients who show up okay okay do you think that this section one one three five waiver which may allow states to skip us the specific steps Burek bureaucratic ones or others that would normally be required to enroll people into programs do you think that can make a really big difference I think there's been quite a disagreement over this issue you may know in the Congress that there was a the last bill there was a poison pill replaced by Mitch McConnell and the Republicans that was the the the final holdout and I believe it came down into the late morning where between Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell and become a blank there was language that actually had hundreds of thousands of people that would lose Medicaid coverage at a time when it is most important now that everyone has it I don't think I think it's helpful I don't think it's sufficient I think unless we're in a position where we can make sure every American who right now is going through financial hardship that they will not have to worry about paying the bills for their medical care everything else we do is just sort of that okay ninety seven thank you very much for joining us acting administrator of the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services under president Obama climate change and coded nineteen now while they may not be evidence that climate change is influencing the spread of this disease what is now incontestable is that climate change alters how we relate to other species on the planet and that's according to experts matters to our health and our risk for new and perhaps infections that are even more dangerous than this one in other words many of the root causes of climate change also increase the risks of pandemics there is a symbiotic relationship I've been speaking to the executive director of the U. N. environment programme Inger Andersen first why is the corona virus outbreak a warning shot as we tackle the pandemic we need to understand where such diseases come from and the health of our planet plays an important role in the spread of zoonotic diseases we human beings have now impacted affect it worked on about seventy five percent of the lands of the earth's land surface and the more we encroach and destroy the more we interfere with what should be remote and wild and we know that about sixty percent of infectious diseases have stenosis as their origin we should just explain to the audience buys you know since you mean a virus that has been transferred from an animal to a human that's right and it could be a domesticated animal members the Middle East respiratory syndrome was originated in camels but more often it is from the wild a bola Z. Connie power as well as bird flu swine flu Momberg its entrance entrance so all of these what we refer to as zonal take IT from this or logical world if you like diseases can migrate when we if you like mismanaged nature or when we get too close to things that are supposed to remain in the wild and remote spaces animal we put nature under stress and the more we sort of interfere with it the more likely it appears although more research is needed that this will be exacerbated sixty percent of all these infectious diseases today that we know off have their origin in stenosis and seventy five percent of new infectious diseases appear to have their origin in synopsis so we should not blame the wild because viruses are everywhere we get the cold and we get into the fluid center but we need to understand the prudent management of habitats and avoids the habitat destruction is critical so in the context of what we're seeing happening around the world today with code of it you appear to be suggesting that although this is enormous and the first response of course is to take care of human life you seem to be suggesting that actually they could be further and possibly more serious outbreaks if we continue to destroy the natural world for farming housing mining except try but I'm not a medical doctor I work on the environment so let me first preface it is but when you look at west Nile virus or Lyme disease I mean each of these are coming into our lives when we get closer and closer into the wild and then we object to it but you know these diseases live there so what we need to understand is that keeping wild wild and keep smart diverse lush biodiversity is part and parcel of our life support system it captures our common it produces the air we breathe the food we eat the water we drink so we can not so close down nature but nature is finely attuned system where each species relapse lies on another as we we need to re claim for a stock of deforestation and invest in managing protected areas and ensure that we buy deforestation free agricultural products these are the kind of elements that become important and of course we need to address illegal wildlife trade and illegal what markets across the world I wonder if you think that that is what's going to happen when all of this is resolved all that we return to the world that we knew before the outbreak of coverage do you think that there will be an international conversation which attempts to look at the connections that you are making well the connections to anyone who works on biodiversity and conservation these are pre eminently obvious and have been called out over the years but it's hard when you get an isolated outbreak of Ebola in a distant country or you get an isolated outbreak of Z. ka in a distant country for the world to pay attention sadly it has taken this dreadful dreadful occurrence of covert nineteen to possibly making the world more and better and and seeing these interconnects and in the context of the biodiversity convention which is the sister convention on the Rio to the climate change convention we are in fact this year twenty twenty looking at getting quite ambitious agreements around safeguarding biological diversity and I would hope that indeed now that it is crystal clear that these diseases need to be managed way before they come into the human setting and that we can definitely get that degree of ambitious agreement get the financing that is needed behind it to ensure that we keep nature because we can't live without it but also that we invest in its protection do you think that it would make a difference if governments around the world decided that the environmental policies that they possess you should be seen hand in hand with health policies that they proceed well absolutely and may it sure is a de stressor nature is also where we have a war in many countries many traditions our spirits and our past and our present in the future nature is that dimension for culture as well as a dimension on house so yes understanding that global health human health and global planetary health are one and the same if I may say so and I into quickly connect it is important much food for thought that from the executive director of the United Nations environment program Inger Andersen you're listening to the BBC world service I'm resit ball this is New South.
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"Maybe he got payment terms of thirty days if he's lucky or maybe it's on his credit card maybe it's on his M. S. is gonna pay it off in this month folks I'm not stretching here this is reality this is what happens this is how this happens you cancel this event he stopped what product he can't pay for he has to shut it down that's it his business is done there has to be there has to be the idea that because we are so financially successful as a country because the businesses here large and small are so financially successful that is what enables us to have the world's greatest military that is what enables us to be able to do all these other things that's not ancillary to life that is life but here's the problem the prevailing mentality seems to be wow I got that Michael but I would only buy to get six additional down but but but why maybe this is an over reaction no charge shut it down it is close it all down and nobody nobody.
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"M. S. was doing a survey of students that was extensively about bullying but for some unknown reason they added questions about gender identity do you get the sense that the school system recognizes the magnitude of this I think they realize they screwed up here and they have angered a lot of parents he's talking eleven ten WBT Kendall seven Charlotte at six I'm mark garrison recapping our top story on this Thursday that cancer cluster on lake Norman many think hundreds of cases of thyroid cancer may be caused by coal ash from Duke energy will now we've learned that Duke back in nineteen ninety four hatched a plan to sell the toxic ash as fill dirt but do you did not want to keep a record of where the ash was used even though the state said property owners have a right to know if their homes are contaminated Mooresville mayor miles Atkins told me he's alarmed to learn that Duke strategy to sell it but not tell it when you read it and those old documents Duke saying to the state well we don't want to have to document everywhere it goes because it hurts our business and our ability to sell it what do you think quite honestly it's pretty mind boggling to think that you know the health and and safety of the residents of the community has been put in jeopardy for profits but do we have learned that in nineteen ninety four Duke energy came up with a plan take seventy five percent of the ash created by burning coal and its power plants and turn the action to cash selling it as fill dirt for neighborhoods and business parks even drive ways but Duke was unhappy about state rules specifically having to keep track of where much of the ash would be used home builders who bought the stuff apparently feared being sued down the road if people got sick it was very well regulated your North Carolina including being used as construction fell slightly are regulated and and of course we know the toxic nature of coal ash that is state representative pricey Harrison she has been fighting for more regulation on coal ash in the state for years bottom line says Mooresville mayor miles Atkins Duke was responsible for coal ash being used all over his town and did not keep records of it and now a lot of people have cancer it's very disturbing knowing now that do or dated June can't account for where all the coal ash has been spread throughout more so now Duke energy finally had to stop selling coal lashes filtered about four years ago while more research is needed as to whether the ash is causing all the cancer on lake Norman one thing is very clear now homes and businesses around the lake are built on coal ash and thanks to do some willingness to report where it ended up there's no record of where it was used and people around the lake and Morris will continue to get sick seven minutes before seven I'm mark garrison and plenty of political action in the next few days in our area both the Bloomberg and clover shar will be here on Saturday and an event here in Charlotte the president is coming to town on Monday will be doing Charlotte at six from the arena meantime eat on university has been asking North Carolina voters what issues they really care about our job unless we chatted today with the pollster thank you to be ranking who's going to win the primary but you're not talking about the horse race you talk about other issues we decided to move beyond the or trace the race is really unstable right now Jason Haas is director of the U. on university poll this poll about the political climate in issues not about the camera started to get dive deep on particular issues on the economy and healthcare and the political system as a whole instead biggest issues fall we conducted a survey and we asked people simple question which was what was the one issue wanted to hear politicians talk more about in the twenty twenty cycle the two things that came up the most is the economy and healthcare so break down the health care issue folks aren't too happy right now a lot of folks are giving their current health care system apparently mediocre grade but we did not find that people want to throw everything away what we find is that a slight majority of folks would like to see more government involvement but they don't want major change they won't gradual change in the economy it's pretty good report card and things are looking pretty good for president trump economic optimism is high in North Carolina across almost every subgroup in our survey a large majority think the economy will get better or stay the same over the next year in addition if you talk about the economy as a whole or how it's changed since president trump took office most people are saying it's better or at least the same but something has developed the big X. factor though is is the economy going to stay robust it's been looking good for a long time but as we're seeing in the markets right now coronavirus is causing a lot of panic and that will probably stabilize but we don't know if corona virus becomes a real issue in the United States and the schools are closing that could be the biggest factor in causing president trump to lose the election more so than any particular democratic nominee the poll director also included questions about the attitude about the current state of our political system two thirds of folks say that political parties have made their life uncomfortable and we went deeper we wanted to know where are they feeling it and it's mainly social media when you break it down between social media at work or in the family among close friends he is solid minority around forty percent on all those that say it's affecting their interpersonal life for the most part it's people on social media and in particular its Democrats on social media I think you will have the impact your personal life is easy even if you're smart you just don't engage in that conversation especially with people you don't know I'm not on social media myself because it's easy to just avoid it all voters think things are very divisive only seven percent of people said a less divisive two thirds said more a quarter said about the same time it is hard to imagine becoming more divisive but I also thought that in two thousand fifteen I was wrong his innocence as the poll survey of fourteen hundred North Carolina voters both by telephone and online journals because WBTV thank you Joan tell Joe's got a little cold air sounds like he's got coronavirus the wheezing coughing in the news room but we have a quarantine him yet he keeps working for me to still seven here on WBT a reminder don't miss the twenty twenty southern spring and garden show it's coming up this weekend through March first and then again another round of it March sixth through the eighth it's at the park expo conference center of their own independence Boulevard W. B. T. as John and Dave will do their home improvement show broadcast from seven to nine this Saturday from the show then you can find them and chat with them and pick their brain and see all the show has to offer with the doors open at ten for a shot at winning some tickets to the southern spring show go to W. B. T. dot com backslash contests always fun to go to the show and see all the things for my home I can't afford right three minutes before seven some other odds and ends here in the news a new vegetarian sandwiches coming to Starbucks goodies are boxes adding a plant based beyond meat sandwiches to its menu in Canada market watch says the beyond meat cheddar and egg sandwich goes on sale in Canada March third with the coffee shop chain also planning a plant based menu item in the U. S. Dunkin brands added a beyond sausage sandwiches to its menu last November and says it's a success but sales of burger king's impossible Whopper slipped at the end of last year executives are blaming its higher price JinkoSolar fox Newmont they blame it's crummy taste so now Starbucks getting on the vegan sandwich bandwagon which reminded me we recently taste tested here on the show those meatless chicken nuggets they served at K. F. C. not too good this must be taken tender or chicken nugget or was kinda but it soon it's never been clocking in a barnyard yeah it's it's got a weird smell you don't think so yeah I kinda one.
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"M. S. the S. and P. five hundred higher at the open up two tenths percent or six points at thirty to forty six the Dow Jones industrial average up to ten percent or fifty one points at twenty eight thousand six hundred seventy five in the nasdaq's up three tenths percent or twenty four points to ninety forty six the ten year treasury up for thirty seconds yield one point eight seven percent and the yield on the two year one point six one percent NYMEX crude oil is a tenth of a percent or four cents at sixty one seventy three a barrel comex gold is up less than a tenth of a percent or ninety cents at fifteen fifteen forty announced the euro one point one one five seven against the dollar begin as of one oh nine point five two Paul internally thanks so much we appreciate that update looking ahead here as we're doing here this week and will do in the next couple days looking ahead to twenty twenty one of the big issues you know if you think about the U. K. and European markets has been obviously brexit how that's gonna play out really economically over the next several years still a lot of unknowns even though we're making some some headway there up Patrick Armstrong he's the chief investment officer for me wealth he's based in London Patrick thanks much for joining us again I'm sure you're sick of talking about brexit but I like to just frame it in the context of it looks like the process is moving forward then I guess the hard part is for the U. K. to start hammering out some trade agreements with the European Union with the U. S. and others how do you think you can European markets are going to kind of play this out in twenty twenty well I think we're probably got another cliff edge in the queue for next year so that this time next year U. K. is going to have a to negotiate a trade agreement throughout twenty twenty and if it's not done Boris Johnson says you kill leave on World Trade Organization rules which is effectively what's called a hard breaks it didn't I think I'd be a big economic kit and probably for the next three quarters I think rhetoric is going to be quite harsh from both sides is there establishing negotiating position so I don't think there's going to be compromise and movement towards a trade deal I think it'll be a lot of rhetoric because your bikes to get things done at the last minute swim is a real impetus there where it has to be done or else it's too late so I think they're still going to be significant over hang on the U. K. market in Europe because we're in a similar situation to last year not about breaks it but if we get a trade deal done and they're still there the cliff edge in December next year that's interesting things about the cliff edge next December so long time away what happens between now and then do you think markets might be a little overly optimistic walking into another risky moment they might be it's it's not an expensive market if you look at the you care most valuation measures it's actually pretty cheap probably justifiably so given the economic backdrop so I'm not incredibly optimistic that there's going to be much progress the good news so there would be there is progress on trade and month by month we get closer and closer to a trade deal and I think that would spur a lot of investment in the U. K. I just don't think we get there sitting on a go she shouldn't have gone in the past so Patrick as we think about the broader European economy you know it's been challenged to say the least you know Germany for example you know we know it's been impacted by the trade uncertainties given that there is still that brexit type of uncertainty is there any bull case for European Union economic growth to maybe turn the corner in twenty twenty well I think is a potential I wouldn't say it's at our base case but a real pick up in European consumption is possible if you look at the unemployment rate in Europe it's a blow eight percent it's nothing like America but that's actually very good over the last ten years we've growth is close to three percent which is similar to the U. S. but actually inflation is lower here so that's actually more disposable income with that kind of wage growth so there's potential the U. S. can or the European consumer can start consuming rather than saving and that I think that would surprise a lot of people and the economy isn't really perform well in twenty nineteen have been driven by the consumer so that's a possibility if consumer confidence does take up in Europe and probably the bags of deal would be part of that back here in the U. S. people are really concerned about the impact the elections will have on markets I'm wondering if you think you European equities will outperform relative to US yeah I think the world outside of the U. S. is probably set to outperform in twenty twenty and it's not so much driven by the elections as it is just the valuation differentials that the U. S. is really performed incredibly well and it's not being driven by earnings growth of revenue growth it's being driven by multiple expansion and European equities have had multiple expansion not to the same extent the US equities have if I look at DVD with our price to sales US markets never be more expensive than it is today Europe's not cheap by its own historic standards but nowhere near as expensive as United States so so given that Patrick how are you thinking about it an allocation for maybe a model portfolio in twenty twenty you know maybe you know European U. S. in a regional allocation made that may be an asset you know fixed income equities and so on our biggest overweight is Japan equities right now and that's really driven by the thing I just talked about the valuation discounts so ten years ago today US equities in Japanese equities both created at eight point four times enterprise value depict all today US equities are trading at thirteen and a half times EVD but Japanese equities are still at eight point four times the V. D. but does so you're paying fifty percent more for dollar rebate offers it's produced by US company benefits produced by Japanese company and that we think with the progress being made between China and the U. S. on trade is good news for both those economies it's also going to be good for Japan it's a trading economy it's got the Olympics coming up next summer summer we think that'll do awesome intentions of Japanese equities and we think that valuation discount is too big at this point with that said that with how expensive stocks are these days how do you couple that with slowing growth it's a surprising to me maybe even shocking to me that the S. and P. five hundred in global equities are up twenty five thirty percent this year and earnings are down year over year for the M. S. their world and the S. and P. so I don't think there's going to be huge growth next year either I think looking for some of the regions and sectors that have been a bit of laggards in you're not pricing and perfection might be rewarded and basically convergence of multiples I think markets got too far ahead of itself in some regions and sectors and the laggards is what we've lights which US healthcare is when you talk about the election coming up health care's effective it's going faster than the market in the U. S. is trading at a discount to the market on earnings multiples and that's because of the political risks that come from some democratic candidates we think the rhetoric is very strong there and we think policy wouldn't be as strong as the rhetoric even in this era where if you did get a democratic president so we're looking for some of the laggards is to allocate capital to in the coming years in the coming months thanks so much for joining us we appreciate your comments Patrick Armstrong for me wealth chief investment officer attorneys on the phone from one we appreciate his thoughts I think should not the kind of what I heard is an underlying theme is kind of value this is a value investor looking for value whether it's geographically in Japan or in sectors such as US healthcare so it's a waxy there take classic a you know kind of value bent to the market looking at the U. S. market at the you know thirteen thirteen and a half times you need to eat at the offer Patrick that was a little rich it feels like for him so but we'll see the you know the interesting thing is you look at the US market again yes a P. up about twenty twenty nine percent but when you look at it from the peak September of twenty eighteen before that crash we had in the fourth quarter of last year it's still up double digits but it's more on the order of about thirteen or fourteen percent so it's really important as Barry ritholtz Bloomberg opinion kind of pointed out to us last week to really get your time frames correct to get a sense of kind of the performance the valuation of the of the markets of looking right here we are green on the screen here is we end up the Chris this week we'll have more for you on Bloomberg surveillance national headlines right now with Michael barnacle calls thank you very much New York police say they are found the fourteen year old they believe was holding the knife during the robbery turned murder of college freshmen Tessa majors at a park near Barnard College investigators say although the teen suspect was released from custody the case remains very active in charges could still be filed in the eighteen year old's death officials say the team was found in the Bronx tracked using electronic surveillance a thirteen year old in custody since the day after the killing now faces a felony murder charge allegedly implicating myself and two other teens a strong typhoon that burrow through the central Philippines has left at least twenty eight people dad doesn't allow others are missing and it has forced thousands to flee their homes devastating Christmas celebrations disaster response officer described one coastal area as a ghost town on Christmas day Tony Award winning composer Jerry Herman who wrote the music and lyrics for such classic shows as hello Dolly main and look because you'll fall has died Herman was the creator of ten Broadway shows and contributor to several more Jerry Herman was eighty eight global news.
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