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WTOP

02:53 min | 7 months ago

"mark camera" Discussed on WTOP

"Savings on fences decks and pavers go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today Three 11 now on double TOP some good economic news The February jobs report is out looks pretty good Employers added 678,000 jobs that beat forecasts for the second straight month the unemployment rate down to 3.8% and the new report follows yesterday's news first time jobless claims last week beat expectations Joining us now to break it all down bankrate senior economic analyst Mark camera hello Mark Hello Hillary and Sean Hey so how much of a surprise was that February report Well let's put it this way along with those 678,000 jobs Jesus mentioned and upward revisions of the previous two months of an additional 92,000 jobs There are 770 new employees who can attest that it might not be all that hard to find workers out there 770,000 I should say I don't think the dynamic has changed in the sense of labor shortages scattered across sectors or localities but getting that unemployment rate down to 3.8% It's very close to the pre-pandemic low the lowest level in decades of 3.5% So as Sean alluded there at the top it's something to celebrate Well marca we're driving by gas stations and seeing $4 a gallon plus in some spots How are wages keeping up with inflation Depends how we measure it Sean and of course nobody buys gasoline because they want to They do it because they have to as opposed to perhaps shelling out more for steak at the grocery store for a given meal But in terms of your question directly the consumer price index is up 7 and a half percent year over year average hourly earnings are up about a little more than 5% here So that's a gap Obviously not all individuals are essentially taking home the same money and not all employees or new workers are getting the same wages So we tend to think that this is affecting people in middle and lower income categories the worst because they're the ones who have less flexibility Hey Mark very quickly before we go what can we expect with this war in Ukraine Well more uncertainty is something that we absolutely can expect and how that plays out We don't know but it's already risen It's already driven prices higher for commodities including fuel and food Remember these things are priced globally even though it may not affect supply here in the United States I'm sad to say more pain at the gasoline pump is probably the most palpable white people are going to feel it All right Mark enjoy the weekend You too thank you Mark Hamrick senior economic analyst for bank rate He joined us on Skype Coming up after traffic and weather How will U.S. based charity is helping kids in war torn Ukraine who need insulin I'm Christy king We made USAA insurance for veterans like Liz and Mike An army family who's always at the ready someone Liz's ultrasound showed twins Total two babies They didn't panic.

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"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

"Exclusive. Alaska Hawaii A P news minute, the government says 850,000 jobs were added last month as the economy extends its gains. This is a reassuring jobs. Report bankrate dot com senior economic analyst Mark Camera at the top of the headline here I think really is the number of jobs that are Added or recovered 850,000 jobs in June really is higher than what the forecast we're looking for. On the negative side. There are still plenty of workers sitting on the sidelines that remains depressed from pre pandemic levels. And that really tells us that the number of individuals the percentage of the population that is either working or looking for work remains depressed. I'm Shelley Antler tally of the missing in the Florida condominium collapse has been substantially reduced to 128. Officials say the number declined after duplicate names were eliminated, and some people reported missing turned up safe. Two more bodies were found in Florida. I'm Ed Donahue. A P news. I'm Ed Donahue in Surfside, Florida Two more bodies have been found in the rubble of a collapsed condo building. We have now confirmed 20 deaths. 188 people are accounted for, and 128 are unaccounted for. Mayor Daniella Levine Compa says One of the bodies found was the seven year old daughter of a Miami firefighter. Governor Ron De Santis says Tropical Storm Elsa could alter search plans. We don't know exactly the track that it's going to take It is possible that we could see Tropical force winds as early as Sunday night in Southern Florida. Plans are in the works to tear down what's left of the building. President Biden says he's celebrating the Labor Department report that 850,000 jobs were added last month. We're aiming for full employment. That means keeping our pace on job growth, including for black, Hispanic and Asian workers. Competition for workers is intensifying. The president also says the Fourth of July will be different this year but will be even better next year. I am concerned That people who have not gotten vaccinated. Have the capacity. Two. Catch the variant and spread the variant to other people who have not been vaccinated..

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"mark camera" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on WTVN

"I mean, that's kind of the thought there and I don't know in my off base here. Am I missing something? No, you're not. And so I will say this the tip of the cap representative Powell, who was astute, she sees a bill that has an emergency order in it. So it will go into law as soon as it's signed, And she says, Well, wait a minute. This has to do with athletes. Right? Well, So does my bill, right? It has to do with athletes, particularly female athletes, So I see the connection. The objection was way, if if we have to now go through and in really reconsider all of this, and we're going to miss the July one deadline, and that was an important date because that's when laws and other states would go into effect right? And the fear was, Houston said in Ohio State Senate Senator and Tani, who sponsored the nail bill said missing that deadline would put Ohio in a competitive and recruiting disadvantage. Markets false. Is it, okay? Yeah, the president Mark Camera sent a memo to administrators at schools and all three divisions to say that the N C double A quote would develop interim solutions that student athletes, no matter which state they're enrolled in to be able to take advantage of male opportunity, Okay? That notion was actually proven right. Just yesterday, the double A did what they said they would do. They issued interim guidance that allows all athletes earn some milk, even in states that don't have laws on the books. Expressly allow. Wow. I did not realize that there was something other than what you know, kind of the the main narrative. If you will. I don't even know how else Kind of label it or what have you that was out there, and I knew you would have that information. Um and I got to tell you, representative Pal has been on the show just one time and we've reached out to her. To try to get her to come back on, and we can't even get a response from her office. I've even pleaded on the air in like Jenna, Please come back on. We're told. We're 100% behind the save The women's sports checked. I mean, it makes so much sense. And we all know that there should not be men competing against women and and we know Like there's no question that is 100% the way I feel. I feel comfortable and even speaking for Josh, he's off today, but that's the way that he feels and we wanted to have Iran. We wanted to talk to her about it. As a matter of fact, she was booked to go on earlier this week with Boxer in the morning because we couldn't even get a call back from her people, and I wanted to have Iran to kind of talk about it. And right before she was going on with boxer. She heard people they bowed out. They backed out. And for whatever reason, she didn't want to come on with all of this. I'm not sure what's behind all of that with regard to her, not wanting to be, you know, on our show talking about it. She knows that we're behind her on this, but that's where the question was, I guess is like Hey, you're you put this on this bill. And now do you do you pull down that bill, and then we become competitively at a big disadvantage. Sounds like that's not the case, though. It's pretty interesting. Yeah, it doesn't sound like it is the case based on what she told me Based on my research based on what the N C double said, Um, And you know, the other objections she got was, this thing might have been put together quickly, and it was shoddy. But my understanding is the same group that helped her put together. The SWS language, which essentially was the amendment is the same group that worked with the legislators in the state of Florida to pass their save passports acted Santa's side. And then you know, then it comes down to that final objection. Which to me, and this is my opinion is not news. I personally find this humorous when the governor DeWine says it's not the state government scope to mandate save women's, You know, Right act protection in that I'd considering told us what to do. I'm going to do it. By what time we'd be done doing it for 18 months. And by the way I have in my possession, a letter that DeWine wrote when he was the attorney general from the state of Ohio to the Obama administration, specifically the U. S attorney general and secretary of education. When Obama tried to institute policies regarding biological males and females going into bathrooms of their opposite biological sex is in the letter, DeWine says. It's not the right of the federal government to do such things. But it's a state issue. But now he's saying it's not a state multiple issue. It's a matter for unelected folks like Ohio High School Athletic Association conferences and related decides. That's enough, Jack, Let me get this straight. You're saying that A politician, namely the wine. He's speaking out of both sides of his mouth. I just want to make sure that's right. You know, this is where we need the impersonation from Josh and say something super witty right now. Yeah, you know, I mean, for somebody to say, Hey, I don't think it's the state government's job to start infringing. Here you go. Wait a minute, man for 18 months. You said who was essential? Who wasn't whether we could see Grandma and Grandpa are Mom and dad. Whether kids could go to. I mean it's it's a joke to say that it's not the government's role to to interfere after doing that. I mean, he's active. I'm not going to go down that road, man. This is a slippery slope for me, as it's hilarious, As I like to say the absence of self awareness is laughable here. You know it continues to be. I mean, because that's really how to sum it up, I guess. All right. So we're out of time is always because it flies when you're on. I do want you to get your announcement in, though I know you have a big announcement. Yeah, I'll get to the morrow of it today with a lot of pride. I'm announcing my work in constructing and leading a new independent Ohio news agency. The Ohio Press networks. We're going to meet the demand for fair, unbiased news. In fact, based reporting it will give you a pulse on the Ohio people, policies and politics. To affect our everyday life, and we're going to do it through online.

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"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

"With an A P news minute. President Biden hosted a naturalization ceremony at the White House. He says the country was founded on the idea. All men are created equal. Sounds corny. Two Americans as we learned this in grade school High school. Have never fully lived up to it. We've never ever ever walked away from the president talked about efforts to pass immigration reform. We come out of this pandemic and build an economy. We're going to build it back better. We're going to do that. We need to fix our immigration system. Fully tapped the talent and dynamism. In our nation. The president says an immigration system needs to uphold laws and uphold American values. He was asked by China's leader to describe being an American possibilities. So America is built on One of the reasons why we're viewed sometimes has been somebody egotistical. We believe anything's possible America. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. The government says 850,000 jobs were added last month as the economy extends its gains. This is a reassuring jobs. Report bankrate dot com senior economic analyst Mark Camera IQ at the top of the headline Here, I think really is the number of jobs that are Added or recovered 850,000 jobs in June really is higher than what the forecast we're looking for. On the negative side. There are still plenty of workers sitting on the sidelines that remains depressed from pre pandemic levels. And that really tells us that the number of individuals the percentage of the population that is either working or looking for work remains depressed. I'm Shelley Antler tally of the missing in the Florida condominium collapse has been substantially reduced. 128 officials say the number declined after duplicate names were eliminated, and some people reported missing turned up safe. Two more bodies were found in Florida. I'm Ed Donahue..

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"mark camera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Hilary Howard. I'm Sean Anderson. We have Mike Jack itis is our producer just ahead. The White House says April's lackluster jobs report is proof the U. S economy is still recovering from the pandemic. Can Congress soon find room for compromise on the president's infrastructure plan on Capitol Hill? I'm Mitchell Miller Make Georgia Avenue C For for pedestrians. A request to Maryland State officials on Kate Ryan Wall Street finishes the week and high fashion Dow Up to 29, the NASDAQ Up 1 19 S and P Up. 31 4 31 President Biden has responded to the April jobs numbers. It shows 260. 6000 new hires, however, that fell far below Analystsexpectations. The U. S Chamber of Commerce, one of the nation's leading business group, says many employers are finding it hard to attract workers and that federally enhanced unemployment benefits are to blame. President Biden Call's that loose talk. There's still millions of people out there looking for work. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen acknowledged the difficulties employers air facing, but she sounded other reasons. Workers were sitting on the sidelines, namely slow school re openings and continued fears of covert spread. I believe who will reach full employment next year. Stephen Portnoy CBS News the White House. Meantime, Bankrate economic analyst Mark Camera joined us last hour with his reaction to those numbers. This was a disappointing report today and it is raining on the recent good economic news parade. I think that we had very ambitious expectations for a million jobs at it, but it was uneven shutting down of the economy. It is a model that we did not have coming into this experience. And so it is to be expected that we will see the unexpected now, but I do think the recall Avery will remain in place, but there are plenty of challenges and getting people employed. That's bank rates. More camera. President Biden also used today's report to lobby for his ambitious infrastructure plan. That plan is about to enter a critical stretch with the return of Congress next week. Double D. T. O P S Mitchell Miller today on the hill. If we can get a bipartisan solution, it's always better. Virginia Democratic Senator Mark Warner, who has been in talks with Republicans, who have proposed a nearly $570 billion alternative to the president's plan. And which is in the trillions of dollars. Warner says he's willing to work with Republicans on their proposals, which focus on more traditional infrastructure areas like improving roads and bridges. But they've also got to be willing Come forward with how we pay for it. Warner suggests utilizing an infrastructure authority or bank to take advantage of record low interest rates to help pay for various initiatives. We would be almost derelict if we didn't include some component of this in the infrastructure plan on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P News up next Fairfax County's new police chief on his plans for reform and the stakes from his past. I'm Meghan Cloherty, 4 34. Excuse me. How much is a big gulp? A 7 11. A big gulp drink is only 79 cents, with seven rewards, Even the new lemonade and energy drink flavors. Yep. 79. Cents. What about premium sparkling waters? Same price? What if I make Steffy flavor into one cup banned for life?.

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"mark camera" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Kind of like a Dickens novel. That's one way to describe the economy in 2020 was the best of times, and it was the worst of times and great senior economic analyst Mark Camera. The Americans have done quote unquote just fine having the inability to spend because so many options have been cut off. At the other end of the equation. Historic unemployment people unable to pay for food or basic services. Covert 19 sent the stock market on a roller coaster of arrived the first close above 30,000 and two Historic drop into a bear market. Investor PDS Caleb Silver. We took about 2 2.5 weeks to lose 20% of the value of the major indexes, and then it recovered in the fastest recovery out of a bear market history and about 34 days And then there's the job market. Most of us know someone who lost theirs due to the pandemic unemployment skyrocketing toe over 13%, and if you got to keep your job, you probably got to do it at home, a trend that's built some strong gains for the housing sector. Daria Aldinger ABC News Oh, it gets weird. Long is all on fire gets really There was a spacecraft out here. They just took off. Those two coats Am still pretty unsettling. 11 90, Okay, X Goals for charges against a white woman who was videotaped accusing a black teen of stealing her cell phone. The 22 year old woman appearing to aggressively confront the 14, year old son off Grammy winning trumpet player Cheon Harold at Manhattan's Arlo Hotel, who taped the incident before discovering she left her phone in an uber and she was later allowed to leave the hotel. The Herald family spoke out for the first time on Good Morning America this week. ABC producer Aaron Ferrer has more on the story. The famous philosophical question of If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is around doesn't make a sound. You could debate about vibrations traveling through air. And what we mean exactly by sound. But maybe there isn't a definitive answer. But if a group of people are crying out for help and begging people to understand the racial injustices that continue to plague certain communities, or you've never experienced or seen yourself. Maybe never even heard it. Is this still happening? That answer is defendant If it is, yes, 14 year old Cheon Howard Jr. The son of renowned jazz trumpeter Cheon Heroin had no idea in a few seconds his life will be impacted forever. I mean, I've been confused. I mean, I don't know what would happen if my dad wasn't there. Still kind of show shot A woman has had the lobby of the Arlo Hotel in New York appears to accost a young black teenager as he and his dad were heading to get breakfast and accused the boy of stealing her phone. Cheong senior catching the incident on camera and posting the video to social media explain I heard about you can meet you feel like there's only one when iPhone made in the world. Okay, then show me this. You get a life. The woman checked out of the hotel a few days before the encounter and have fun with the Turners shortly after the incident by an uber driver, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio in the tweet, calling it quote racism, plain and simple. To rally a city hall park was held in support of the team where his dad played America the beautiful and we shall overcome. The woman has disputed the claims against her in a full conversation with CNN. She claims she acts the hotel for surveillance footage before making someone empty their pockets right before turning her attention to Cheon Junior. The woman also alleges she was assaulted. The NYPD recently released surveillance video, which appears to show her tackle the young man to the ground..

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"mark camera" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A chair Patrick Foye, ridership has sunk to never before seen lows. Subway ridership down by a startling 87%. This is by more than 70%. As of late, more New Yorkers are getting back on board trains and Busses, but not nearly enough. Now, the empty A has a financial burden. It cannot find its way out of pandemic continues to take its toll on the empty a fiscal health and we continue to grapple with unprecedented deficits when cuts are being contemplated of this size, because help has not come from Washington, the empty A says If the feds don't bail them out, they may cut service by as much as 40% on subway. And bosses as well as 50% on commuter rail lines like the L I, Double R and Metro North, along with laying off 9000 workers. President elect Joe Biden has been nicknamed Amtrak Joe because he's taken the train so often as a lawmaker, will he bailed the Mt. A out Only time will tell No one laden w O R news. While the nation is hoping the newly issued vaccine will help return life to normal, the overall economy has taken a massive hit. More from correspondent Daria Wallbanger. Kind of like a Dickens novel. That's one way to describe the economy in 2020 was the best of times, and it was the worst of times and great senior economic analyst Mark Camera. The Americans have done quote unquote just fine having the inability to spend because so many options have been cut off. At the other end of the equation. Historic unemployment people unable to pay for food or basic services over 19 sent the stock market on a roller coaster override the first Close above 30,000 and an historic drop into a bear market. Investor PDS Caleb Silver. We took about 2 2.5 weeks to lose 20% of the value of the major indexes. And then it recovered in the fastest recovery out of a bear market history and about 34 days And then there's the job market. Most of us know someone who lost theirs due to the pandemic, unemployment, skyrocketing toe over 13%, and if you got to keep your job, you probably got to do it at home, a trend that's built some strong gains for the housing sector. Daria all Bring your ABC news, racial unrest and a call to defund police. Those stories coming up as we review the stories of 2020. But now we're gonna check our news this morning. The top stories Times Square usually packed to ring in the new year, but it's closed to the public today because of the pandemic. Chief of department Terry Monahan says. There'll be a heavy police presence, making sure that people will gather when it starts to gather. They're gonna be told to move along way. We're not going to allow people to stand on the street corners stare up. Cops are gonna be out there, moving them along consistently. Don't come. There will be a small.

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"mark camera" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on KCRW

"C s I. P. C. I'm David Brancaccio. President. Trump released a video last evening, saying the $900 billion covert relief bill passed by Congress is a disgrace needs to be reconfigured. And that $600 a person is not enough. Marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Ganz is in Washington. Will this delay the relief, Jax? Possibly David. Now, Trump did not specifically threatened to veto the covert relief bill. If you were to sign it, the checks could go out very soon. A Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin, said earlier this week. The money would land in Americans bank accounts as soon as next week. What happened to President Trump vetoes this bill? We'll both the House and Senate approved the covert bill by veto proof majorities in Congress can override of the president's veto with the two thirds majority needs chamber. But those votes would have to be scheduled, and many members of Congress have already gone home for the holidays. Right. So what's the next step then? Well, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tweeted last night. Democrats could vote this week on a bill that would increase the payments to $2000. But that would have to be a unanimous vote than the Senate would have to approve it unanimously, which is unlikely by one estimate from economists early today, she increasing the checks to $2000 just for adults. Would cost an extra $370 billion. Nancy. Thank you. The stock market is pretty calm about this at the moment. Perhaps because Trump did not specifically say he would veto covert relief. The Dow is up 171 point 6/10 percent. The S and P 500 is up 4/10 percent. The NASDAQ is down 1/10 percent. The number of people signing up for unemployment benefits after fresh layoffs remain very high in the last week, But there's news the number did fall from 803,000 from 885,000 people. Personal spending fell sharply in November. The 4/10 percent drop was the first since April. We also just got the University of Michigan survey of Consumers where there was more strength in December over November overall, but slippage detected as this month draws to a close marketplaces. Mitchell Hartmann has background Even with positive news about vaccinations. Most of the news about the economy and Covitz spread has been downbeat lately, says Robert Frick, at Navy Federal Credit Union. Retail spending is decreasing, and the times are not good. Even with the federal aid package. We're looking at a few bleak months. How consumers feel about the future depends a lot on how pandemic shutdowns and layoffs affected them, says Mark Camera at bankrate dot com. There are a lot of people who are doing just fine Blue been able to work from home. They may own their home. They have substantial assets. They're not overly worried about the future. Other workers are more anxious. Those who have really been on the frontlines of these industries hurt most during the pandemic, leisure and hospitality retail and they are more financially fragile, he says. A recent Bankrate survey found that half of American households have lost income.

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"mark camera" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Y S C s I. P. C I'm David Brancaccio. President. Trump released a video last evening, saying the $900 billion covert relief bill passed by Congress. His A disgrace needs to be reconfigured. And that $600 a person is not enough. Marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Ganz is in Washington. Will this delay the relief, Jax? Possibly David Now, Trump did not specifically threatened to veto the covert relief bill. If you were to sign it, the checks could go out very soon, A Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin, said earlier this week. The money with Landon Americans bank accounts as soon as next week. What happened to President Trump vetoes this bill? Well. Both the House and Senate approved the code Word bill by veto proof majorities in Congress can override of president's veto with the two thirds majority needs chamber. But those votes would have to be scheduled, and many members of Congress have already gone home for the holidays. Right. So what's the next step then? Well, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tweeted last night. Democrats could vote this week on a bill that would increase the payments to $2000. But that would have to be a unanimous vote than the Senate would have to approve it unanimously, which is unlikely by one estimate from economist Ernie to death, she increasing the checks to $2000 just for adults. Would cost an extra $370 billion. Nancy. Thank you. The stock market is pretty calm about this at the moment. Perhaps because Trump did not specifically say he would veto covert relief. The Dow is up 171 point 6/10 percent. The S and P 500 is up 4/10 percent. The NASDAQ is down 1/10 percent. The number of people signing up for unemployment benefits after fresh layoffs remain very high in the last week, But there's news the number did fall from 803,000 from 885,000 people. Personal spending fell sharply in November. The 4/10 percent drop was the first since April. We also just got the University of Michigan survey of Consumers where there was more strength in December over November overall, but slippage detected as this month draws to a close marketplaces. Mitchell Hartmann has background Even with positive news about vaccinations. Most of the news about the economy and Covitz spread has been downbeat lately, says Robert Frick, at Navy Federal Credit Union. Reach. Our spending is decreasing, and the times are not good. Even with the federal aid package. We're looking at a few bleak months. How consumers feel about the future depends a lot on how pandemic shutdowns and layoffs affected them, says Mark Camera at bankrate dot com. There are a lot of people who are doing just fine. We've been able to work from home. They may own their home. They have substantial assets. They're not overly worried about the future. Other workers are more anxious. Those who have really been on the frontlines of these industries, her most during the pandemic, leisure and hospitality, retail and they are more financially fragile, he says. A recent Bankrate survey found that half of American households have lost income in the pandemic..

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"mark camera" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on KCRW

"P. C I'm David Brancaccio. President. Trump released a video last evening, saying the $900 billion covert relief bill passed by Congress is a disgrace needs to be reconfigured. And that $600 a person is not enough marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Ginza in Washington. Will this delay the relief checks? Possibly David. Now, Trump did not specifically threatened to veto the covert relief bill. If you were to sign it, the checks could go out very soon. A Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin, said earlier this week. The money would land in Americans bank accounts as soon as next week. What happened to President Trump vetoes this bill? We'll both the House and Senate approved the code Word bill by veto proof majorities in Congress can override of president's veto with the two thirds majority needs chamber. But those votes would have to be scheduled, and many members of Congress have already gone home for the holidays. Right. So what's the next step them Well, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tweeted last night. Democrats could vote this week on a bill that would increase the payments to $2000. But that would have to be a unanimous vote than the Senate would have to approve it unanimously, which is unlikely by one estimate from economists early today, she increasing the checks to $2000 just for adults. Would cost an extra $370 billion. All right. Nancy Marshall again, sir. Thank you. The stock market is calm about this, perhaps because Trump did not specifically say he will veto the covert relief. The S and P futures up 1/10 of a percent in the NASDAQ future is flat at a time that in some years you do see the Santa Claus rally start to materialize. First. Nall spending fell sharply in November. The drop of 1.1% was 3.5 times deeper than forecast. The effects of the whitening pandemic. Surely this morning, we'll get the University of Michigan Survey of Consumers Marketplaces Mitchell Hartmann has that Even with positive news about vaccinations. Most of the news about the economy and Covitz spread has been downbeat lately, says Robert Frick, at Navy Federal Credit Union. Retail spending is decreasing, and the times are not good. Even with the federal aid package. We're looking at a few bleak months. How consumers feel about the future depends a lot on how pandemic shutdowns and layoffs affected them, says Mark Camera at bankrate dot com. There are a lot of people who are doing just fine Blue been able to work from home. They may own their home. They have substantial assets. They're not overly worried about the future. Other workers are more anxious. Those who have really been on the frontlines of these industries hurt most during the pandemic, leisure and hospitality retail and they are more financially fragile, he says. A recent Bankrate survey found that half of American households have lost income in the pandemic. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. The number of people signing up for unemployment benefits after fresh layoffs has remained very high. We have word today, but there's news the number did fall to 803,000 from 885,000. Marketplace.

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"mark camera" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"C I'm David Brancaccio. President. Trump released a video last evening, saying the $900 billion covert relief bill passed by Congress is a disgrace needs to be reconfigured. And that $600 a person is not enough marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Ginza in Washington. Will this delay their relief checks? Possibly David. Now, Trump did not specifically threatened to veto the covert relief bill. If you were to sign it, the checks could go out very soon. A Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin, said earlier this week. The money would land in Americans bank accounts as soon as next week. What happened to President Trump vetoes this bill? We'll both the House and Senate approved the code would build by veto proof majorities in Congress can override of president's veto with the two thirds majority needs chamber. But those votes would have to be scheduled, and many members of Congress have already gone home for the holidays. Right. So what's the next step them Well, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tweeted last night. Democrats could vote this week on a bill that would increase the payments to $2000. But that would have to be a unanimous vote than the Senate would have to approve it unanimously, which is unlikely by one estimate from economist Ernie Today, she increasing the checks to $2000 just for adults. Would cost an extra $370 billion. All right. Nancy Marshall again, sir. Thank you. The stock market is calm about this, perhaps because Trump did not specifically say he will veto the covert relief. The S and P futures up 1/10 of a percent in the NASDAQ future is flat at a time that in some years you do see the Santa Claus rally start to materialize. First. Nall spending fell sharply in November. The drop of 1.1% was 3.5 times deeper than forecast. Effects of the widening pandemic. Surely this morning, we'll get the University of Michigan Survey of Consumers marketplaces Mitchell Hartmann has that even with positive news about vaccinations, most of the news about the economy and Covitz spread has been downbeat lately, says Robert Frick, at Navy Federal Credit Union. Retail spending is decreasing, and the times are not good. Even with the federal aid package. We're looking at a few bleak months. How consumers feel about the future depends a lot on how pandemic shutdowns and layoffs of affected them, says Mark Camera at bankrate dot com. There are a lot of people who are doing just fine. We've been able to work from home. They may own their home. They have substantial assets. They're not overly worried about the future. Other workers are more anxious. Those who have really been on the frontlines of these industries, her most during the pandemic, leisure and hospitality, retail and they are more financially fragile, he says. A recent Bankrate survey found that half of American households have lost income in the pandemic. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. The number of people signing up for unemployment benefits after fresh layoffs has remained very high. We have word today, but there's news the number did fall to 803,000 from 885,000. Marketplace.

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"mark camera" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Sign for an update from the Gruber law opposite one call, That's all sports desk. Here's Greg met sick with two games to play the Packers. Oh no. One game lead over the Saints and Seahawks for the top seed in the NFC playoff race. Green Bay hosts 10 and four Tennessee Sunday night in the game featuring two of the top three scoring offenses in the NFL. There's weapons all over the field. So it's again. It's Z. One of the best offense is in the lead right now, and we got a great challenge in front of us because that coach Matt Leflore the Titans are averaging 31.1 points per game. Led by running back Derrick Henry. Yes, a beast, no doubt about it. Henry leads the league in rushing with 1679 yards after further review. The Milwaukee Bucks are guilty of jumping the gun, according to a statement from the MBA. The box reportedly had a deal in place with the Sacramento Kings to acquire sharpshooter Bogdan Bogdanovich prior to the league's legal tampering period. As a result, Bucks will lose their 2022 2nd round draft PICK Badgers. Men's basketball team moves up three spots The number nine in the latest AP Top 25, Wisconsin begins conference play Tuesday night and Madison against Nebraska. Greg Guards team shooting just under 44% from three through seven games. Have a lot of guys that could hurt you a lot different ways. And you know, for the most part, he put five guys out there that can shoot the three. So it puts the defense in a little bit of Ah, prepare situation in terms of how much you could help. How much can you give attention to the post? This week's top five features Gonzaga, Baylor, Kansas, Iowa and Villanova. And John Stockton to get easy for markets here. They will host Villanova Wednesday night at five, sir Form after a heartbreaking loss over the weekend. On your side, it looks like the game may be headed to overtime, a rebound tap out. And a guy hits a step back three from deep as Ross just unbelievable shot, so they've won a game at the buzzer. Beating Wisconsin lost a game at the buzzer losing to Xavier. How big a deal is it that the bucks lose that draft pick? I mean there, I could have many draft picks. That's the thing you know you have to start acquiring assets somehow via grant because he traded a bunch and that drew holiday trade 3 17 and Wtmj peckers insiders. But Mark Camera that's up next. Wow. Who cool baseball glove..

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"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

"It's official. California has certified Joe Biden's election victory in the state, giving the president elect the electoral college majority needed to win the White House. Secretary of State Alex Padilla's formal approval of Biden's wind brought his Talia pledged electric so far to 279, according to account by The Associated Press. That's just over the 2 70 threshold for victory. All of the electors chosen in the November election are to meet in 10 days to formally vote for the next President. Labor Department says 245,000. Jobs were added last month, the fewest since April and an indication of the told the corona virus is having on the economy. Great dot coms. Mark Camera calls it a K shaped recovery when part of the game moving up the other. Moving down on the rise. Those air people who are benefiting from the strong housing market record low mortgage interest rates, a booming stock market, which really disproportionately benefits, the wealthy. Those moving down those that have already been sidelined or lost income. Those who'd be working in leisure and hospitality bars and restaurants, retail The list goes on President like Joe Biden says a proposed more than $900 billion relief bill has to be enacted. Now, if we act now Now. I mean, now. We can begin to regain momentum. Start to build back better future. No time to lose. 15 year old potentially row is Time magazine's first ever kid of the year High School sophomore lived in the Denver suburb developed an APP to test for lead levels in water, another too quickly spot opioid addiction and a third to help prevent cyber bullying. She says she and other kids her age have to act to solve some of the world's greatest problems. Innovation isn't an option anymore, and it's a necessity. So we really need to bring up that group of students that innovation movement of youth looking to tackle the world's biggest problems. This is AP News. President Trump Packs a Pentagon advisory group with people loyal to him. Here's the AP is Jackie Quit. Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller installed last month after the firing of Mark Esper announced the purge of the nine member Defense Business Board, which provides Pentagon leaders with independent advice and recommendations from a private sector perspective, nine were let go and 11 new members have been appointed, including Cory Lou in Taos Ski and David Bossie Trump loyalists who worked On both of his presidential campaigns. The Pentagon's also announced it's pulling most U. S troops out of Somalia a post election push by President Trump to shrink US involvement abroad. Jackie Quinn Washington More than a half dozen Democratic congresswoman have sent an open letter to President elect Joe Biden, urging him to make former Clinton and Obama Pentagon official Michelle Foreign ally the country's first female defense secretary. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News When.

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"mark camera" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"mark camera" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"About the state have not indicated that they think that that is something that is very let's say often overwhelm and and that doesn't help him plug. The funding shortfall that they already have. So remember the earlier benefit from the cares act with $600. So even if you get the full 400 you're still talking about essentially a 33% decline and the benefit you have And the $600 payment along with the stimulus Jackson want out earlier for those that were fortunate to get him that really helped keep retail spending relatively afloat. So I still think that if Congress does have something they need to pass another stimulus checkers. Well, just kind of keep the economy going, because, remember, we've just suffered a Annualized client of 30% in GDP, or an actual decline of about 9.5% of the second quarter. And that was a store contraction. Andi economy still going to be digging out of that the other two orders signed by the president, there were four in total. One of them is implementing a moratorium on evictions and giving financial assistance to renters. Lots of questions. About that one. Not quite sure how that's gonna work yet the other one and this is the one I think out of all of them. That seems the easiest to implement and could certainly help a lot of Americans postponing student loan interest and payments through the end of the year. Your thoughts on those orders in particular the student loan one. Well, for sure. And you know, we have last count about $1.6 trillion in student loan debt in our country and on the conversation about funding and education is another conversation. But to the degree that there are people out there that have a student loan payment they do if they can defer the interest payments on that, or the very payment of old It could be that good options for them. I'm sure but it's important to remember that just like the payroll tax the money will be owed. It's just that you're getting a bit of Ah A break in the in the near term, and it's not as if his money that you could probably other white stand on other Egypt. I'm joined here on PM Tampa Bay by Bankrate senior economic analyst Mark Camera. So these executive actions I mean, let's be honest, They don't come close to scratching the surface of what's needed in this country. They don't address issues with small businesses or extra funding for schools so they could make in person learning work the damage that's been done to cities. In states as directly related to the pandemic. I mean, there are so many different issues that really needed to be addressed through comprehensive legislation passed by Congress. What do you think the impact of this will be on the overall economy, as opposed to something bigger? A deal between Democrats and Republicans, the impact that something like that could have made I don't think it makes much of a Whipple it all I think what we really need are probably about four Things. Insinuations Payroll protection program, something to help parents pay for day care where they're essentially Hamstrung with the idea of trying to go backto work when their kids are staying at home for school that can safely reopen. We know. For example, New York state is signal but it thinks they can You're gonna need to provide the funding for education. But there seem to be pointing. Both Democrats and Republicans can't agree to, so they're all kind of areas, but I think there are pretty, uh Let's take some daylight between the two sides, but obviously so far they haven't been able to hammer that out of him and have a final vote. JP Morgan came out with this analysis today, and I want to get your thoughts and see if you guys are basically on the same page. The executive orders could reduce the urgency for Congress in the White House to get a more comprehensive deal done. If this is all we get for fiscal policy for the rest of the year, it would represent a significant downside risk to our growth outlook. Is that essentially how you view this? I agree about the economic part. I don't know whether it reduces the years and the or not, because I think at some level it could actually compelled them to feel more. Uh uh. They moored and desire to pass something because with pollution but now is put in play. All short and it also underscores the notion that Congress in that so if I were a member of Congress is not anything anybody should want to die here, not to mention myself. I would say that I would want to be able to have bragging rights to a raffle at the place and whether we're having here is having failed out. Final question for you. Some new economic data came in late last week. I thought there were some positive aspects of it, including the fact that it looked like temporary layoffs, turning into permanent layoffs that had slowed down a bit. But then, of course, the negative aspect to the data was that the economy overall had slowed down a bit because of the resurgence of this virus and somebody spots. Throughout the country. What is your big picture out? Looked on where things stand right now, especially compared to where we've been throughout the course of this crisis. I want. First of all, we were reminded about the fact that the unemployment rate of 10.2% remains well above the people. The financial crisis in great profession. I think most of us understand. The situation is ultimately more dire situation was over a decade ago, and as careful later treating there were some 31 million people getting some form of unemployment. Eight. I think that when Congress failed fact on legislation that the downside risks for the economy is exacerbated On my the recovery for the economy becomes more challenging. And perhaps even we have to sort of push that calendar dating of the recovery out even further when we already knew it was gonna be a big challenge. I also want to hearken back to the idea that we talked about all along. That is ultimately how the economy fares very much related. How we've managed response, Elvira them. I don't think anybody's getting straight A's on that point, but It does look at some of the worst numbers might be behind us as terms of the flare ups, so that might give us a little hope that we could be in for a better showing here into the middle. Part of all that is beyond Senior economic analyst for Bankrate, Mark Hamrick, with us here on PM Tampa Bay. Mark Thank you so much for the time and for the analysis, we do appreciate it. Always My pleasure. Ryan. Thanks so much, All right. Lots Still to come this evening on the show at 706 will go inside Florida politics with the publisher of Florida politics dot com. Peter.

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"mark camera" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mark camera" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"13 business in money News of patent, I guess the jobless claims today just an appetizer and at least this one appetizer tasted a little better than advertised. 1.2 million Americans filed new jobless claims last week, about 250,000 fewer than the previous week. Morrow. We get the jobs report for the month of July. We already know that last month, about 30 million Americans were on some form of unemployment assistance. In June, the national unemployment rate was just over 11%. So let's say we see a little improvement in July. If we get 1/2 percent on the unemployment rate for last month that would still be well above the level. That was the peak seeing during the great recession of a decade ago. Mark Camera with bankrate dot com says unemployment has exposed income. Equality always seen higher unemployment for women for blacks, Hispanics, Asians and teenagers who want toe work course. Economic growth has also taken a hit and hammering says You can't expect that to just magically turn around every measure GDP. That level is not expected Teo be restored, perhaps until late next year or Early in 2020 to 2/3 of the jobs lost in the pandemic have not been recovered. Yet. Don't hold your breath waiting for an agreement on a new Corona virus stimulus package from Congress. That's the advice from GOP congressmen. Lance couldn't he says agreement is not likely, and the reasons are both financial and political Republicans. They're not united in this belief that we need to spend trillions more dollars. At this point, especially if it involves concessions to Nancy Pelosi that air too painful on mornings with Maria on the Fox business network, Gooden says his scenario is there will be no congressional deal, and the president will issue some sort of executive order right now. On Wall Street. The Dow is up 50 points and NASDAQ is flat from where it ended. Yesterday. The S and P 500 is up about five Anybody want to catch a flick A Wal Mart, Walmart will turn parking lots of some of its Colorado stores into drive in movie theaters next month. Spider Man and Wonder Woman are on the bill for Grand Junction on September 11th and 12th Beetlejuice and Wonder Woman team up on the 15th and 16th and Tim North near Fort Collins. Walmarts and Pablo will also host drivin showings next month. You can get more info at the Wal Mart drivin dot com. Next Money Update coming up in 8 42.

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"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

"The United States government has carried out its second execution. This week, Wesley Ira perky was put to death at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terra Haute, Indiana by lethal injection. Perky was convicted of kidnapping and killing 16 year old Jennifer Long in Missouri before dismembering, burning and dumping her body in a septic pond. He expressed remorse before his execution, saying he regretted the pain and suffering had caused the Supreme Court cleared the way for Perkies execution to take place just hours before Perkies lawyers contended he had dementia along with other severe mental health conditions and was unfit to be executed. I'm Ben Thomas. The United States government has put to death a Kansas man convicted of a gruesome 1998 kidnapping and killing but whose lawyers contended he had dementia and was unfit to be executed. The Supreme Court cleared the way for the execution of Wesley Ira, perky in a 54 decision before liberal justices dissented with Justice Sonia Sotomayor, writing that grave questions and factual findings regarding Perkies mental competency cast a shroud of constitutional doubt over the most irrevocable of injuries. It was the federal government second execution after a 17 year hiatus. Daniel Lewis Lee was put to death Tuesday and 1/3 man is scheduled to be executed Friday. Dustin Honkin is described as a drug kingpin from Iowa who was convicted of killing five people in a scheme to silence former dealers. I'm Ben Thomas, Britain. The U. S and Canada have accused Russia of trying to steal information from research is seeking a cove 8 19 vaccine. The Three Nations allege that hacking Group a PT 29 also known as cozy Bear, and said to be part of the Russian intelligence service, is a talking academic and pharmaceutical research institutions involved in Corona virus vaccine development. Britain's National Cybersecurity Center, made the announcement which is coordinated with authorities in the U. S on Canada. The persistent and ongoing attacks are seen by intelligence officials as an effort to steal intellectual property rather than to disrupt research zero Shockley London The number of laid off workers seeking jobless aid last week was 1.3 million For the 17th straight week. Unemployment claims were over the one million mark. Mark Camera with bankrate dot com puts that in perspective. A year ago, claims were at 217,000. So when we get something that's 1.1 million new claims above a year ago that tells you just how serious the situation with the job market is. And it most likely won't improve with covert 19 cases rising in 40 states as we've seen this dramatic re emergence of Coke 19. It really does risk that the economy will face another leg down. Florida is one example is that states claims doubled last week as the virus surged. Shelly Antler Washington Corona virus Update. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News minute It looks like a lot of companies are still cutting job, says the Corona virus pandemic ratchets up. 1.3 million Americans applied for unemployment. Last week. AP correspondent Shelly Adler with what this means for the 17th straight week, unemployment claims were over The one million mark. Mark, hammering with bankrate dot com puts that in perspective. A year ago, claims were at 217,000. So when we get something that's 1.1 million new claims above a year ago that tells you just how serious the situation with the job market is, and it most like We won't improve with covert 19 cases rising in 40 states. It really does risk that the economy will face another leg down Shelly after Washington 22 states have either paused, reopening their economies or reverse their re openings. I'm Rita Foley thiss is AP News I'm reading 40 states are reporting rising numbers of Corona virus cases about half the states in the union of either paws. They're reopening plans or reverse them. And just in new unemployment numbers that show the number of workers laid off during this pandemic is stuck at a historically high level. Bank rates, Mark Hamrick says. This shows a lot of families are hurting. We think about those claims, each of which represents an individual and many of those are breadwinners for families trying to put food on the table. AP Washington Correspondent soccer mahogany With how bad this is, unemployment remains painfully high, with another 1.3 million Americans applying for jobless aid last week. It's the 17th straight week the number topped one million as virus cases explode from coast to coast, California, Florida and other states have again closed bars and banned indoor dining. Making more layoffs likely, though the numbers won't be reflected until next month's jobs. Report. SOCCER Megane Washington The Republican National Committee is sharply restricting.

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NCAA cancels all winter, spring championships over Coronavirus concerns

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:53 min | 2 years ago

NCAA cancels all winter, spring championships over Coronavirus concerns

"Welcome you to the final hour. We came on early today and We could probably be her all night and we still wouldn't Maybe get everything in for those of you just joining us It has been another one of those days. The conference tournament started getting cancelled About eleven o'clock today the SEC. Making it official about an hour and fifteen minutes before tip off and then the big one came down late in the day the NCAA canceling not only the men's and women's tournament but wiping out all of their winter and spring. Championships are commissioner. Greg Sankey joining us about ninety minutes ago reacting quite quite negatively to what he was hearing At the same time most of us were John. Who's been covering this story? Four for days if not weeks The senior sports editor at AOL DOT COM in Alabama. Joining us. John. Thank you very much as always I mean it's there's so many layers of this Of all these fast moving events What has stood out the most to your well. Let's start with what you're talking about. I think Greg's common illustrates something that I find fascinating about what happened in the last forty eight hours and I think she's really illustrates the fact that you're the NCAA and its member conferences. I've not been on the same page about things. I think that the NCAA's outfit yesterday that it was GonNa be carrying on. Its TOURNAMENTS ABOUT FANS. Caught a lot of these different conferences off guard and really. Kinda put him on the defensive because all the pressure and attention to turn to them you know. Why do you having these days with fans and the kind of dental fad? And today you saw all the different conference tournaments within like an hour of her so cancel and then I turned all kind of pressuring attention back to the NCAA. If you've just seen in the last twenty four to forty eight hours these you know the NCAA which represents confidence not doing a great job communicating. Its decisions and and decision making process which I think will certainly illustrated in the conference of Greg. Yeah and John. Yesterday I thought it was even more on display when Everyone Was CAUGHT OFF guard. All the commissioners were caught off guard when the NCW dropped the original story And I know Mark Camera. Got A lot of praise for that but that was before we found out you in particular being a reporter. What was really going on that Greg Sankey in Nashville and John swaddled in Greensboro and and Kevin Warren in Indianapolis and everyone else didn't know anything about it. Yeah you MTA got Yar Win. Visit and could be fair. I think they've made the right decision. But you could've given some of these different conferences or a heads up to give them a chance. You know to to try to do something out. And then you have the come out their decision and we've got reporters Nashville trying to track down Greg. In fact people To get you know. What are you guys going do? And I don't think they were ready for that. And you kind of had to see all these different conferences really have to kind of come together very fast. It's trying to figure out what was going on it. You know it definitely put those conferences and it's tough spot. I don't think they would've allowed fans in if they had given you know they had a better able to come out with the announcement that it did. But you know again. I don't think that there's been a lot of great tricks patient's doctor people outside the SEC. including the SEC. I don't think there was a lot of great vacation between the NCAA CONFERENCES. And that's kind of why you're seeing all these different. Come out at different times. It's everybody's not all on the same page about what they want and what they're gonNa do to prevent this pandemic running further. John is Thursday and it seems like this week has been going on forever and I WANNA I WANNA go back to earlier in the week. You are communicating on Sunday About the crisis That was literally going on all over the world and especially Closer to where we live in this country and I just wonder I. It seemed like the sports world. Was you tell me if this is the correct word? Maybe just a little bit tone deaf or slow to react because at that point in time. I don't think really anyone was thinking about this worthy. I totally agree with you. I know you and I were getting and you know I think people when I was reaching out to different people about what I feel about it. It was treated as a warped that you know. Maybe it's not a good idea to go to these different conferences tournament. You know early something which that only a few days ago that was treated that way out there and it was at the further you and a hamster popular people on social media on TV shows kind of continuing to these opinions that the viruses that big of a deal worth the flu and all these different opinions protecting

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"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark camera" Discussed on AP News

"Investors are coming off a very profitable year typical investors will have enjoyed 20 percent plus gave the there ARE portfolios whether it past months whether it's for retirement or other needs mark camera X. senior economic analyst for Bankrate.com taking a look into his crystal ball reality is that nobody really knows what will happen for the market in the near term because of the forecast for 2019 were rather conservative or games well the market in the low single digits and potentially those projections are where we are with the outlook for 20 what a trading resumes Thursday actually after

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After ebullient 2019, Wall Street warns of slower road ahead

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

After ebullient 2019, Wall Street warns of slower road ahead

"Investors are coming off a very profitable year typical investors will have enjoyed twenty percent plus gave the there ARE portfolios whether it past months whether it's for retirement or other needs mark camera X. senior economic analyst for Bankrate dot com taking a look into his crystal ball reality is that nobody really knows what will happen for the market in the near term because of the forecast for twenty nineteen were rather conservative or games well the market in the low single digits and potentially those projections are where we are with the outlook for twenty what a trading resumes Thursday actually after

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U.S. consumer sentiment climbs to a three-month high

The Frame

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. consumer sentiment climbs to a three-month high

"There's always you the American consumer despite the trade war at the impeachment investigation even warning signs of a possible recession most consumers seem to think the economy is doing just fine right now according to the monthly survey out today from the university of Michigan consumer sentiment climbed to its highest point in three months market place's Erica Barris explains some of the reasons why consumers are feeling flush first reason lower mortgage interest rates thanks to the federal reserve towards the end of last year they keep that a little over five percent today they're just under four percent says mark camera Bankrate dot com on a two hundred thousand dollar loan which is a number that is close to the

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The Frankie Boyer Show

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Bankrate And Seven Percent discussed on The Frankie Boyer Show

"One point that rose by one hundred sixty four thousand in July and the unemployment rate was unchanged at three point seven percent senior analyst mark camera to Bankrate dot com tells us with a low unemployment rate this remains a good time for workers to be looking for jobs with higher pay for those not ready to move on the job security remains generally solid it more generous benefits are being offered to retain

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