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"martin market" Discussed on That’s Wild Podcast

That’s Wild Podcast

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"martin market" Discussed on That’s Wild Podcast

"And i seen him fighting a yelling at them. It's like that. I got common sense but he used to. This is my life. He's like misery loves company. They find out it's time dig about kids. They don't know how to conduct yourself how to hold a conversation so intuitive and doing bouncing all be so it's just terrible amount fun at all and they were they start going savage chance. They've is not bad like still. My girls got one kid so now now now experienced into two kids they do play they times the wall but then there's times when you just referee all day long literally all day you to stop this. This this is his face yanni chile and it is argued over knocking on like woke up and decided. Y'all just argue with each other all day just all day. What are we going to eat. Argue louisville eaten at neither one of you cocaine but you are hearing about what you're going to eat and then when it comes down to week e like this on what the bug you like like nude. It's a struggle all day. It's like your on stress. stress. Like kids rely. I like chicken. Nuggets and cheeseburgers will only cheese like. You don't want nothing else. no. I just won't bread in meat and cheese who des. That sounds easy to me. Works in that doing any big. You go to restaurant. I do looking at like the kids mainly like how do you not like one thing on this. Pick something so this all the time over like we go to a mexican restaurant muslim as a hamburger. Hamburgers at the next year even tried every mexican restaurants. Amber why do you do this. Let me get a hamburger. Dude i gotta go. I have never seen a hamburger on mexican. They all got it got it makes sense though just in case someone doesn't it does i have never seen it. Maybe not looking for it. I probably skip right over. That shit. Martin market will do that. He'll tell you how the chicken sticks. I mean the chicken fingers and the guy in hamburgers says that every fucking restaurant because that's eight kmby stress. You out no bro. For no reason do my son right now. Going to practice football practice. I ain't got a schedule. I ain't got nothing. He just a game tomorrow like what. Yes out of time. Like what this this from other sports place right now Must mosley man. he knew cleats. Everything's going bay. Like what do my ki- like. He was playing soccer for school last year. When she didn't wanna do anymore. She finished the season. She liked the rec soccer. Becker better she just started rec soccer last week. Shimla get no more. She likes rose buffalo. Mamdani off of our daughter's softball. Her she was isn't anyway. I could just be in the dugout with my friends and not have to actually go out there. And you're my daughter was on for a little bit. She she kept wanting to play softball. T-ball something like that. I kept telling her because she's got energy like me like she can't sit still as you're not gonna like it. You're going to be sitting here now. Still is looking as an instrument. under summer. she was a family north and they have like a baseball can't and she was there. One day in baseball camps they due to someone at the news wasn't figure actually got to work at it like on Trying to do what you mean. I can't just talk to my friends. No we actually got to go through the drills and do shit. i'll man bad. I don't wanna do that now. That's weird. I don't wanna do that man nude keys be while the way like kids be wild entailed over like you know when she did have the fucking koby you know i have to say our spirits daughter spirits. Dude never got down there. She was they all bright known. Happy as good as i was fucking worried. Shit every fucking babe related symptoms going to give out like rushton is losing over. Three months fog renewed. And everybody's going to get it. We all going to be able to very anxiety. Do because cortina his ear. Walking around looking at each other. Like five joe. You just told me everything that went through your head when you eat those three gumy's right.

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"martin market" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"martin market" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"He says he'll give me half an hour. Just lay tale. Let me just finish. Barak obama things though that aunt lunchtime and that guy is taken bloodied rest of the day off for me and he said let me show you. How the brighter. Rex's love so. They took me to ecuador dental baird many used above it. Doug meeting london smile. Spa bowl lane and hunting. Wow this is a blood another side of dentistry. Which i never never all boys only know about is About his tests zaki spent naturally with me on bat day and told me everything introduced these guys the us amid new and a couple of other guys that are and that position or came back. And i go to bug and said you know what i'm jay sleeper find. It end is looking to do what i do. And miss friend desk. Owning a couple of practices indulge. Anna believed one in window street. Then your bakersfield practice was the majority of your new business coming because you had shot from definitely. Is there any martin. Marketing i did. I did a lot of brochures. Leafleting i did some advocates in the local newspaper. Back then foolishly. I wasn't doing any website. I was doing marketing through website. And i didn't even understand the power of how that would work but just through local advertising local marketing and having offers keeping the cost of the consultation keeping the cost of the.

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"martin market" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"martin market" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of park and turn it into a driver that takes you where you want to go. Call 8443067233. Speaking of parked cars reminds me of the saying that I have used with my relatives when my family members come to me and won't help. It always amazes me how their interest in learning sometimes is not equal to their motivation. Maybe instead of wanting to learn something, they just want me to do it for them. Whenever I run into this behavior, always tell them I can't steer apart car. In other words, taking advantage of education requires action. It requires that you do something with the information you have so you can get to where you want to go. So many times, I provide people with the opportunity to learn something new about how to protect and, more importantly, use their retirement money in a way that provides safe returns in the lifetime of income. But they're happy to sit in there parked car. Unfortunately, all park cars have one thing in common. Eventually they rust away. Inflation and missed opportunity can have the same effect on your retirement if it is parked in the corner. There's nothing wrong with CDs and Martin Market accounts for the money you need for emergencies. In fact, every time I meet with someone, my first and foremost priority is to make sure they have money set aside for emergencies. If they don't and I have to respectfully let them know that I can't work with them until they do. Believe that emergency money on the side in other words, part is the most important thing you can do for your retirement at any stage of financial life. The problem is that many of you are treating your retirement money.

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"martin market" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"martin market" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Specifically designed and written to show you how your money can participate in some of the market gains without participating in any market losses. Your retirement can grow without market risk. Take your car out of park and turn it into a driver that takes you where you want to go. Call 8443067233. Speaking of parked cars reminds me of a saying that I have used with my relatives when my family members come to me and won't help. It always amazes me how their interest in learning sometimes is not equal to their motivation. Maybe instead of wanting to learn something, they just want me to do it for them. Whenever I run into this behavior, always tell them I can't steer apart car. In other words, taking advantage of education requires action. It requires that you do something with the information you have so you can get to where you want to go. So many times, I provide people with the opportunity to learn something new about how to protect and, more importantly, use their retirement money in a way that provides safe returns in the lifetime of income. But they're happy to sit in there parked car. Unfortunately, all parked cars have one thing in common. Eventually they rust away. Inflation and missed opportunity can have the same effect on your retirement if it is parked in the corner. There's nothing wrong with CDs and Martin Market accounts for the money you need for emergencies. In fact, every time I meet with someone, my first and foremost priority is to make sure they have money set aside for emergencies. If they don't and I have to respectfully let them know that I can't work with them until they do. Believe that emergency money on the side in other words, part is the most important thing you can do for your retirement at any stage of your financial life. The problem is that many of you are treating your retirement money like your emergency money. It's sitting on the side doing nothing. Isn't it time to do something? If you have a broker, his probably giving you the same message. He is probably telling you that you need to keep your money active and working for you. Let me be very clear. So you don't get confused when her broker tells you to get your money active, he is most likely telling you to put your money at risk. That is not what I'm talking about. When I'm telling you is that you need to get your money participating in contractually guaranteed returns without any market risk. I want you to put your car in drive,.

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"martin market" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"martin market" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dr. Anthony Fauci says he thinks the nation can avoid another lockdown. If people wear masks, socially distance and Take the virus seriously. 709,000 weekly jobless claims filed last week, the lowest figure since March, when the coronavirus began. Any healing on the labor Martin market could be hampered with the continued threat of another lockdown. President Trump is still refusing to concede that he lost the 2020 election, and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer called out his GOP colleagues for not distancing themselves from that congressional Republicans are deliberately casting doubt on our elections. For no other reason. But fear of Donald Trump. These Republicans are all auditioning for profiles in cowardice. Checking the markets this hour, the Dow is down 141 points. You're listening to ABC News. That was one side of the story. We played the other side of the story. By the way, we don't want you to get the impression that we only tell one side of the story, but we weigh talked about At 7 15 some of the specific things that the Trump campaign says that they have uncovered in their investigations. So it's out there. We did play it just want to relate that to you. Okay, let's get outside and check traffic. Now, Brian Nobles and standing by They're looking pretty good on our freeways right now. 80 from Roseville. Still nine minutes to the camp City, Split 10 on the cap city Free way to get you to down count earlier accident. It El Camino has been cleared out of there Did cause a little bit of a slow down right now. That's about gone coming in from L grove right now. Don't matter with you. Rather choice is five or 99 need to get you to downtown and 13 minutes north down. 99 47 an accident there that cause a little bit of a slow down back to macro that appears to be all cleared out of there as well. 50 from Folsom and 18 minute drive from Then on I five. You do it in 2016 to get in from Davis. He's found 80 across the causeway. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Look at your forecast today. We're looking at the clearing skies in the afternoon. High around 62 degrees. We get a beautiful.

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"martin market" Discussed on The Swingman Podcast

The Swingman Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"martin market" Discussed on The Swingman Podcast

"Off Gun for Been Pre head ally night when I. Firstly really announced playstation five, the event and that Kate was in the design, his arm Shocks exactly. Not. So the Martin Marketing Themselves this I'm hoping for big things I'm not gonNA law. best of luck aside, I think that I think we're in agreement the. Ratio Guy One month in is a lot better than it was lost you. Before. The before Sawmill I'm really I mean, I'm go. Belly. Any complaints really for this? I'M I. Promising Promise about to the game is a few things any so L. But I. Am very much to conform to. Come in with the next Gen consoles. Agreement will lot. We had the most nitpicks. Nothing like gang breaking just so free. The major thing we had was a shooting and that sort of Lucca, the bike. Facet community wanted context. and. I'm happy. But we'll wrap that one out there then. So just again, thank you very much for gang codes or not one. So your thought. So make sure you Stein's Saif Stein outside keeping guidelines wherever you are wherever you listening to this day Anna, we'll cut you in the next podcast we'll be talking about. So the out Arugula. Trying to this now Ghana faker, our regular gonna I'm trying to think of this now regular shell regular regular showing our. Regular broadcasts that we got for for the NBA playoffs in young catching him. So Style and pace..

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"martin market" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"martin market" Discussed on KGO 810

"To show you how your money can participate in some of the market gains without participating in any market losses. Your retirement can grow without market risk. Take your car out of park and turn it into a driver that takes you where you want to go. Call 8443067233 Speaking of parked cars reminds me of a saying that I have used with my relatives when my family members coming to me and won't help. It always amazes me how their interest in learning sometimes is not equal to their motivation. Maybe instead of wanting to learn something, they just want me to do it for them. Whenever I run into this behavior, always tell them I can't steer a parked car. In other words, taking advantage of education requires action requires that you do something with the information you have so you can get to where you want to go. So many times, I provide people with the opportunity to learn something new about how to protect and, more importantly, use their retirement money in a way that provides safe returns in the lifetime of income. But they're happy to sit in there parked car. Unfortunately, all parked cars have one thing in common. Eventually they rust away. Inflation and missed opportunity can have the same effect on your retirement if it is parked in the corner. There's nothing wrong with CDs and Martin Market accounts for the money you need for emergencies. In fact, every time I meet with someone my first informers, priority is to make sure they have money set aside for emergencies. If they don't, then I have to respectfully let them know that I can't work with them until they do. I believe that emergency money on the side in other words, part is the most important thing you can do for your retirement at any stage of your financial life. The problem is that many of you are treating your retirement money.

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"martin market" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"martin market" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"A ten half hour basically townhall stats out meeting that. We didn't much we're doing the meeting. We had looney around thirty. Almost thirty thousand kissed One hundred sixty plus countries forty nine stakes and I think this is stored in open government. Open input from people will sit up. Ever venue and pro-russian itself most of the motions were made including the requesting to companies. Were the Texas basically not going along that we make wranglings other states to pro right because we now are thirty percent of the national production of owning gas and so we did it just along. What keeps other states under control to do that? It was this mystical faith that will reach across our fingers and hope and feel real secured a that so I called. Jc where I'm members you mention. Top Mass Transit North Dakota even talk to the minister energy in Cancun and called around and just found that we were not gonna get participation through them so the actual request is made by multiple people to enact pro. Russian was not fulfilled. Nobody else was going to jump on board with US and so with that in itself even by their own motions or requests we did not meet their standard and so legally after that ten after meeting called Title Asset Athlete. We need is the industry as regulatory to know what the industry who built the greatest only guest industry in the history of planet earth which is Texas who's producing forty percent of the national. Iming Texas can brag when you look to our energy capital in the United States and I said suggestive job building industry arch all the ones that should come up with answers to fix and Tom Jumped on board and can tell put together. They yesterday came as a task force before us. With recommendations in fact about four dozen recommendations formality recognition legislature and other agencies government can release that report request of the differ associations to our staff with rogue nations which they could appropriate which they could do which they felt Iraq and yesterday the commissioners voted to adopt act three nothing the recommendations of Todd's taskforce appreciate top relating in e- eliminating unsure can stay in the program so a recommendation made that we've implemented the railroad commission while fame gets a little too much credit German Christie. We've had a great team. Obviously the game to get our enemy. Say This for those that are in the gas business. We all recognize the extreme cash off in circumstances that are taking place in the US. Why German crucial challenge the industry to step worked? Really come together. And you know the industry or was a difference of opinion on Obviously but the good news is on this blue dashboard. German person to come up with we came together at differences of views on probation. As far as technology in our association we have members that different opinions on the on the mat but a vast majority of our members we can poison that it was not for Texas. An infant ever do more damage than good. I kinda think applying pro-russian to this current process that we're in is not putting a nineteen fifty tire on a twenty twenty. Sports doesn't fit it. Wouldn't be a Saint Ryan is going to cause more problems than good in this modern day environment that we operate innovation. Technology is what has enabled us to be the energy gap or Laurel and maintain that Lhasa fee as we work through these issues. The moving actually did that as Jewish Christian sat over four dozen recommendations and it was not exclusive to the Rabbit Commission and looked at things at. Tc We appreciate the leadership of Commissioner. George Bush at the General Land Office in the things that the land offices now we appreciate university lands working with industry. We added some additional ideas that vendors how we appreciate the leadership of Glen Hangar at the Controller's Office. We made some more work. That could be done there. Some of the trade associations were at a federal level texts. We try to focus our I say you go. Please go to the votes in the sable smile at you now. Nothing ever good happens. It saves Bad but we didn't play at the federal level as well ought to create the door within the introducing things and so as not look at the work that's done here. This is just the beginning. This recovery process is going to take a while unfortunately the Ford Contract for entity is actually in the posit ranges. It was in the upper twenties spent over twenty nine the upper upper twenties which has been a good signal. But we've got a long way to go may generally chaffee months. Our goal in this lucrative and task force was to yet employees in their jobs and help implore employers. Availa survived through these difficult circumstances. So we've got a ways to go but we want to continue to get your idea. We now that members are At lives have given address to the asphalt with project us. We want to continue. This is going to be an ongoing process. The commission did strong action gesture night. Authentic majority you and commissioner products Overnight atoms the you immediately put into action in thinking about as it's nice when industry can't agree to in the because we know that they can use these tools to go work. Keep people in their jobs in the industry. The rebound quicker. But I'll say one thing out here L. So you know the the thing. We need more than anything to get. This industry back on state is to get our calm. There is no substitute for consumers going about their daily lives. You know s what's needed. Government added is focused on that. We appreciate that. The president is focus on that we have to do it. The site lie but the only thing. That's really going to help get out with Tom. Thank you for that and I think the great car analogy. That was great too. It is wonderful to see the industry working together. Tell us what why you think it's important for synergy for multiple trade groups for oil and gas to come together. This dot com size fits all problem the solution being and I think our ribbon task force led by Todd was was very good common site. We're really concerned about those companies. That are thousand barrels a day or less. It's actually the little guys. You're strong small couple of strong companies but indeed were concerned that there's rules. We needed. Relax the commission that while the safety to continue the protection of the public continue but at the same time back offer at least one year it was us get through this downturn and hopefully we can review them in that time saw that we put a one year town lock on these policies that we wrong that finally reduced income to the Railroad Commission to our budget which wanted government suffer at the same time as the industry of the citizens. Do we're matching trying to address these issues one time but we we have backed off those fees regulations in that that Matt now is is the first of the big picture this is. I unlike the solutions that make the handle sadly sometimes wrong just when government comes in and says it's in you this you do that you do this. We handled it believe in Texas. The railroad bridge was a historic day. We showed that government went to the free market to the industry to the people gathered. Put this strong system. Get it and we said. Where can we assist you? Where can we get out way up work and we come in and regulate to accomplish more purposes so that the free market can again accomplish? What always hundred persona has a success better than government? Not like this. This is a real question in our society today. Do We want socialism? Big Brother Government in the United States as is being proposed today politically ours at best the system I believe our founders gave us in this country three market economy that indeed nothing understand but the answer always seems to come better from allowing government to support industry resin government be the dictator to the industry. I think that was established in just over out Las Vegas equipped frankly. The markets need certainty. Yesterday it was wind up meeting with some proposing. Not Make a decision. We just talked about the pro-russian as being a stockbroker for thirty plus years and banker. Understand that one of the hardest things market deals with is uncertain and I thought it was only appropriate. We take a boat yesterday on this specific tag to say yes or no pro-russian yesterday we did two to one vote to not consideration. This particular instance. That gig Sony the Martin Market Out grab the the let's s Alta credit for that. Don't it's always nice to see it go up. Yesterday you charge the Task Force with developing a report on flaring by June Sixteenth. What's the idea behind the report quiz? The thing is what I've seen on your before this downturn ever happening. This is a separate almost situation referring issue. We the study. The commission found that actually western two percent of the produce Gash right now is being flair. But that's a heck of a lot in texts mostly because a whole nother discussion of how mishandled Dr Renewed. Deal in our challenge. Early guesses something terrible. And that's been allowed to be on the mind of our public after falsely that we have some covering ourselves as the offense when you take on acquainting the public what actually oil and gas in fossil fuel have done to make us the strongest greatest country in history that that to be so the flaring issue on Love Street will stopping financing from coming to many of our producers in the state of Texas. Was it the fact of firings bad as bad as the perception is killings and right now of the big problems this downturn.

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Coronavirus Vaccine Dreams

America's Truckin' Network

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Vaccine Dreams

"Is because far as being prepared for any future of pandemic means of some of the summer saying that we we should have been prepared for this one that had we proceeded to actually develop a vaccine for the the sars virus or the merge Middle East respiratory syndrome of that those would have been right they're pretty darn close to have worked with this which is being referred to as far as to but that's not the case dot late last week they they told us for those hoping for a vaccine the reality is not the best news there has been no vaccine available for sars or murders of those past respiratory viruses so according to this medical journal they're trying to say of a vaccine for coalbed nineteen is a pipe dream efforts have been made to develop vaccines against human coronavirus infections such as Mars armors rather in sars for the past ten years or decades to date no licensed antiviral treatment or vaccine exists for either this coronavirus is a sister to both sars and murders which is why this novel coronavirus declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization many efforts have been directed to develop vaccines against human C. O. V. infections in recent decades but a limiting factor is the degree of cross protection rendered by these vaccines due to their extensive sequence diversity according to the doctor right in this now also because sars and murders have been rapid outbreaks with generally less impact on humanity in future years the pharmaceutical companies just really didn't devote a lot of time or money or resources to develop backings yeah basically those two just kind of came and went a major reason for the lack of approval and commercially available vaccines or therapeutic agents against the CEO vis might be and the lack of interest among the pharmaceutical companies according to the doctor yeah these are outbreak scenarios the demand for drugs or vaccines last for a period while the outbreak last of the number of affected people would be a small proportion of the global drug and vaccine market so by the time a new drug vaccines developed there might not be any patients for clinical drivers and didn't really not a meaning for Martin market for newly discovered drugs according to the World Health Organization guidelines infected patients receive supportive care yeah oxygen therapy fluid therapy antibiotics for treating secondary bacterial infections I guess that's where the whole pneumonia thing comes into play you get to Fallujah start building up in the lungs because of the viral infection then you get the bacterial infection that sets in in the longs in many times of they can't kill that that's that's fatal pneumonia but I I mean who knows we're being told by all the medical authorities that everyone everyone across the board all yeah public private sector pharmaceutical companies are all working hand in hand supposedly sharing information sharing potential

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"martin market" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Com. Hi, Rick NewsRadio. People had tried to come into our country illegally because countries doing well. They can't come in legally deaf to come in through the legal system. They have to come in through merit. That's the president ready to take a different approach, when it comes to immigration problems, of course, at the southern border from drugs to the wrong people being allowed to come in, because of a corrupt and broken system that could be changed in twenty minutes. It could be fixed in twenty minutes. He says he's expected to detail a new system later this afternoon. The gives preference to immigrants with skills. Those who are younger better educated in already speak, English, as opposed to those who now get green cards for family ties and participation in diversity visa lotteries and the new plan does not include a deal for the dreamers that are brought into this country as miners, the president going on make that big announcement later today while it would be good. Good for these folks to be able to benefit this country as much if we're gonna do this. Let's, let's have let's have the best and something that will help this country girl and be better. Absolutely want to allow people to come in who drag the country down. Stand exactly in that, that has been happening for years and years, obviously, with thanks, so. I don't have a problem with this. Sure, sad thing is the people that we want to allow into our country, you know, the younger better educated, already speak, some English. You know, those are the ones that actually need to stay there countries. Need them desperately? Well, that's true more than we did as true, thanks for wanting to be here. But you need to take care of your own ground there. Listen, the numbers are in and the president's approval rating is seeing an uptick in the latest poll, how good a job is Trump doing forty six percent approve of the president's job forty six percent approve of President Trump's handling of border security that's grown since two thousand eighteen forty one percent approve of how he's handled immigration so far. But some say that's a battle Democrats will face to when it comes to foreign policy. Fifty percent say President Trump is not tough enough on North Korea. That is up twenty percent from April of last year. Meanwhile, eighteen percent think the president is too tough on Iran. That's a five point increase in the last year. Now one. One thing that hasn't changed for years. Most Americans not happy with congress. Sixty six percent of people polled disapprove of the job congress is doing right now. Forty seven percent of owners say the economy is an excellent or good condition. Now what's interesting about this poll, the president has those really good numbers about forty seven percent approval rating. And he has ninety percent of the media talk about bad things ninety percent of negative press towards the president and he still has a forty seven percent approval rating. Yes. Now, you you flip that where ninety percent of the public with the press was saying, nice things about Obama and his approval rating at the same time was about forty seven percent. Pretty interested is interesting. You know, I may have the same same, you know, approval rating at this time, but yet the opposite when it comes to negative pressure positive press. If the press was largely positive, I wonder what the result would be right. I would that's promising heading into twenty twenty would it be better? Or would would it would the public with the public react opposite of the press. That's a good guy. Yeah. All right. Jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five is working. All maybe Trump knows this. And he's glad that the pressures against a maybe he's, he's he wants to keep fan in those flame. Listen a real estate agent. Specializing in the luxury. Martin market has has seen countless palatial homes. I mean beautiful homes but nothing like what's for sale? Now we're talking about the thirtieth floor penthouse at the four seasons residents currently on the market right now. This is a new record twenty five million dollars..

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"martin market" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made so Martin good morning. There are casualties. In wars. The same holds true in the trade war between the US and China in between the rhetoric and the escalating tariffs there are people in both countries whose fortunes, hang in the balance business, people farmers and consumers the office of the US trade Representative has come out with a list of another three hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods that could target that came after China announced tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American products, which was in retaliation to a tariff increase from the Trump administration a few days earlier, so another potential casualty in this war or American business, people working in China to talk about that. I'm joined my Jacob Parker. He's vice president at the China business council and association of the largest US companies in China. He joins us online from Beijing. Jacob thanks for being here. My pleasure. What are you hearing? What are you hearing over their businesses getting nervous at this point? I mean, I imagine they happened for while. Well, we're seeing three trends from our member companies on the ground here in China. The first is that the terrorists have led many of our companies to put future investments in the China market on hold that doesn't mean they're divesting China, but they're reevaluating their exposure to the Chinese Martin market there. The absurdity is forcing them to consider alternative destinations Ford vestment. Most of our companies are in China access the local market and the terrorists that have been imposed as retaliation against the US tariffs have increased their costs. And they've also the reputation of US companies reliable suppliers has also taken a hit many customers are beginning to diversify away from US products for its other suppliers because of the consistency in price and supply can no longer be guaranteed because of the uncertainty of these tariffs. I mean, you your association is made up of of big companies is this the case also for smaller or medium size of corporations. Well, we've seen is that some of our companies in the small and medium category that manufacturer primarily in the United States and exports to China are looking at diversifying their production outside of the United States. One company noted that the cost of steel and aluminum tariffs increased production costs in the United States for them. By nearly fifty percent. Additionally, their competitors abroad can access similar alternatives at a lower price making their products more price competitive, those companies that are manufacturing in the US and employing US citizens who are exporting the China are once again getting hit by the tariffs when their products are exported to China as a result of the Chinese retaliation. That eliminates the competitive advantage of manufacturing in the United States, and has what many of our companies to consider how they can diversify their exposure to the United States and look at other markets where they can manufacturing exports to China to remain cost-competitive were they looking. They're looking at Mexico. They're looking at south East Asia. These are again, primarily just for the small medium sized companies are manufacturing US for export to China. Yeah. I wanna play you clip from President Trump. He's speaking at the White House yesterday. And in this bet he's talking about Treasury Secretary. Steven Steven Mnuchin. Got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful..

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"martin market" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on KCRW

"This is connect from the westbound ten to the one ten this time the south one ten it shut down till further notice due to a crash there. There sounds like the vehicle vault apparently hit the big sand barrels. So the cleanup could take a little while. That's the westbound ten to the south one ten look for hazy sunshine today. Highs in the seventies. At the beaches could hit eighty in the valleys, it's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made some Martin good morning. There are casualties in wars. The same holds true in the trade war between the US and China in between the rhetoric and the escalating tariffs there are people in both countries whose fortunes hanging in the balance business, people farmers and consumers the office of the US trade Representative has come out with a list of another three hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods that could target that came after China announced tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American products. Which was in retaliation to a tariff increase from the Trump administration few days earlier, so another potential casualty in this war or American business, people working in China to talk about that. I'm joined by Jacob Parker. He's vice president at the US China business council an association of the largest US companies in China. He joins us online from Beijing. Jacob thanks for being here. My pleasure. What are you hearing? What are you hearing over their businesses getting nervous at this point? I mean, I imagine they happened for while. What we're seeing three t trends from our member companies on the ground here in China. The first is the tariffs of lead, many of our companies put future investments in the China market on hold that doesn't mean they're divesting in China, but the reevaluating their exposure to the Chinese Martin market that there the certainty is forcing them to consider alternatives donations for investment. Most of our companies are in China to access the local market and the terrorists that have been imposed as a retaliation against the US tariffs have increased their costs. And they've also the reputation of US companies as reliable suppliers has also taken a hit many customers are beginning to diversify away from US products for its other suppliers because of the consistency of price and supply can no longer be guaranteed because of the uncertainty of these terrorists. I mean, you your association is made up of of big companies is this the case also for smaller medium size of corporations. Well, what we've seen is that some of our companies in the small and medium size category that manufacturer primarily in the United States and exports to China are looking at diversifying their production outside of the United States. One company noted that the cost of steel aluminum tariffs have increased production costs in the United States for them. By nearly fifty percent. Additionally, their competitors abroad can access similar alternatives at a lower price making their products price competitive. Those companies that are manufacturing in the US and employing US citizens who are exporting the China are once again getting hit by the tariffs when their products are exported to China as a result of the Chinese retaliation. That eliminates the competitive advantage of manufacturing in the United States, and has what many of our companies to consider how they can diversify their exposure to the United States and look at other markets where they can manufacturing exports to China to remain cost-competitive were they looking. They're looking at Mexico. They're looking at south East Asia. These are again, primarily just for the small medium sized companies are manufacturing the US for export to China. Yeah. I wanna play you a clip from President Trump. He's speaking at the White House yesterday. And in this bet he's talking about Treasury Secretary. Steven Steven Mnuchin. This cutback from China? We'll let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful. Very successful. President Trump seems to be optimistic about how this ends are you and the people you represent. I think that we are very concerned about the esscalation both on Friday by the Trump administration on the announcement overnight three hundred billion in new tariffs organization in our member companies would like to see the two sides, stop this tit for tat escalation return to the negotiating table based on. I understanding the substance of the agreement is primarily finalized, the two sides just need to agree on how they can get this thing enforced, and how they can get the tariff strong down and the US business community is very focused on finding a constructive solution to these problems. Do you think this is done long term damage to American companies and the relationship with the Chinese market? Absolutely. What we hear from the Chinese government is that there's concern that the extremists collation of the tariffs has moved beyond. Just the idea of addressing the issues raised in the three one investigation on a force technology transfer and IPO protection, and is about a containment of the Chinese of the Chinese government. And also trying to get them to agree to certain things that go beyond these very narrow focus of three a one we're concerned that that could have an impact on the ability of the two sides to de-escalate this going forward. Take Parker vice president of the US China business council in Beijing. Thank you so much. Thank you. A man wants joined ISIS says all he wants now is to return to Canada, his trouble Candida wants nothing to do with them. Nobody claims them any met NPR's. Jane ref thing about Muhammad Ali saieed is he seemed so ordinary American football us the flow Chicago Bears. We meet an occurrence intelligence office in northeastern Syria. It's the region we're Sade whose twenty eight has been held since he was captured more than a year ago asked Kurdish officials to interview an ISIS fighter from a western country. And they bring inside he was one of the first Canadian fighters publicly identified as joining ISIS in two thousand fourteen he's been interviewed by Canadian media trying to figure out how a young man from the Toronto area ends up being a propagandist for ISIS. So he wears a gray sweatshirt with a blue t shirt underneath his short black beard has traces of gray. He says he had planned to study, aerospace engineering but in universe. Versity? He just felt lost on things started going, south and..

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"martin market" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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05:52 min | 2 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So very much. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made Martin good morning. There are casualties. In wars. The same holds true in the trade war between the US and China in between the rhetoric and the escalating tariffs there are people in both countries whose fortunes, hang in the balance business, people farmers and consumers the office of the US trade Representative has come out with a list of another three hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods that could target that came after China announced tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American products, which was in retaliation to a terrif- increase from the Trump administration a few days earlier, so another potential casualty in this war or American business, people working in China to talk about that. I'm joined by Jacob Parker. Vice president at the US, China business council and association of the largest US companies in China. He joins us on the line from Beijing. Jacob thanks for being here. My pleasure. What are you hearing? What are you hearing over their businesses getting nervous at this point? I mean, I imagine they happened for a while. Well, we're seeing three key trends from our member companies on the ground here in China. The first is that the terrorists have led many of our companies to put future investments in China market on hold that doesn't mean they're divestiture China, but they're reevaluating their exposure to the Chinese Martin market there. Get certainty is forcing them to consider alternative destinations for investment. Most of our companies are in China that access the local market and the terrorists that have been imposed as retaliation against the US tariffs have increased their cost. And they've also the reputation of US companies as reliable suppliers has also taken a hit many customers are beginning to diversify away from US products where it's other suppliers because of the consistency of price and supply no longer be guaranteed because of the uncertainty of these terrorists. I mean, you your association is made up of of big companies is this the case also for smaller or medium size of corporations. We've seen is that some of our companies in the small and medium size category that manufacture primarily in the United States and exports to China are looking at diversifying their production outside of the United States. One company noted that the cost of steel and aluminum tariffs have increased production costs in the United States for them. By nearly fifteen percent. Additionally, their competitors abroad can access similar alternatives at a lower price making their products price competitive. Those companies that are manufacturing in the US and employing US citizens who are exporting the China are once again getting hit by the tariffs when their products are exported to China as a result of the Chinese retaliation. That eliminates the competitive advantage of manufacturing in the United States, and has what many of our companies to consider how they can diversify their exposure to the United States and look at other markets where they can manufacturing exports to China to remain cost-competitive were they looking. They're looking at Mexico. They're looking at south East Asia. These are again, primarily just for the small medium sized companies are manufacturing the US for export to China. Yeah. I wanna play you clip from President Trump. He's speaking at the White House yesterday and in this. But he's talking about Treasury Secretary. Steven Steven Mnuchin. There's got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful very successful. President Trump seems to be optimistic about how this ends are you and the people you represent. I think that we are very concerned about the esscalation both on Friday by the Trump administration on the announcement overnight of three hundred billion in new tariffs organization in our member companies would like to see the two sides. Stop this tit for tat escalation return to the negotiating table based on iron or standing the substance of the agreement is primarily finalized, the two sides just need to agree on how they can get this thing enforced, and how they can get the tariffs drawn down and the US business community is very focused on finding a constructive solution to these problems. Do you think this is done long term damage to American companies in their relationship with the Chinese market? Absolutely. What we hear from the Chinese government is that there's concern that the extreme esscalation of the tariffs has moved beyond. Just the idea of dressing the issues raised in three one investigation on a for technology transfer and IPO protection in is about a containment of the Chinese of the Chinese government. And also trying to get them to agree to certain things. Go beyond these very narrow focus of three thrill one. We're concerned that that could have an impact on the ability of the two sides to de-escalate this going forward. Ticket Parker vice president of the US China business council in Beijing. Thank you so much. Thank you. A man who wants joined ISIS says all he wants now is to return home to Canada. His trouble Candida wants nothing to do with them. Nobody claims them any met NPR's. Jane ref thing about Mohammed Ali saieed. Is he seemed so ordinary but like American football youth flow, Chicago Bears, we meet an Kurdish intelligence office in northeastern Syria. It's the region where Sade whose twenty eight has been held since he was captured more than a year ago. I've asked Kurdish officials to interview an ISIS fighter from western country. And they bring in Sade. It was one of the first Canadian fighters publicly identified as joining ISIS in two thousand fourteen he's been interviewed by Canadian media trying to figure out how a young man from the Toronto area ends up being a propagandist for ISIS. So he'd wears a gray sweatshirt with a blue t shirt underneath his short black beard has traces of gray. He says he had planned to study aerospace engineering, but in university, he just felt lost. On things started going south. I know depressive time stopped.

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"martin market" Discussed on KCRW

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09:56 min | 2 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on KCRW

"Need to defeat Donald Trump in two thousand twenty and defeat the corrupt system. The let's campaign money drown out, the people's voice. So we can finally make good on the promise a fair shot. Forever. Bullock has hired campaign staff focused on the Iowa primary for NPR news. I'm Coren Cates. Carney in Helena, Facebook's messaging app. What's app is telling users to upgrade to the latest version. There's a report that users may be vulnerable to militias spyware. They don't know about Facebook is a financial sponsor of NPR. What's up has an estimated one and a half billion users? You're listening to NPR news. The Alabama state Senate will consider legislation today that would outlaw all abortions in the state. The only exception would be if the mother's life is in danger lawmakers are arguing over whether to include an exception in case of incest or rape. But the sponsor of the Bill says she does not want that included supporters of the legislation say they want to take it to the supreme court in hopes of overturning Roe versus Wayne. More. Heavy rain is swelling current flooding on the Missouri river Frank Morris of member station. Casey. You are reports that some communities that were drying out are underwater. Again, the big flood in March shredded levees protecting misery river communities in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri, and those levees aren't fixed or unprotected totally might priscilla's emergency manager in Fremont county, Iowa in the southwest corner of the state says water started pouring through gaps in the levees there last week inundating parts of tiny Percival Bartlett. I'll and the army corps of engineers expects them zuri river to run. Higher than normal for months. Yes. Or it's going to be a long wild ride all summer long crews have begun trying to repair priority levies, the Christmas says it'll take at least two years to fix all the blowouts from last spring's foot from news. I'm Frank Morris. An explosion at a paper plant in Muskogee, Oklahoma triggered a massive fire on Monday local media report one person was hospitalized while four others were treated at the scene. The flames could be seen for miles. The Georgia Pacific paper plant in southeast. Oklahoma is about fifty miles southeast of Tulsa, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include duo lingo, a language platform whose mission is to make language learning fun and accessible to the world with lessons in over thirty languages, including French Spanish and Chinese available as an app for download at duo, lingo dot com. Good morning. It is three oh six at KCRW. From the W newsroom. A forty one year old man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly torching. An American flag at southern California memorial. It is not illegal to destroy the stars and stripes for say, but it is a crime to destroy someone else's flag KCRW stale sat men has the story. Scott Canard allegedly took a match to an American flag at a memorial for fallen California Highway Patrol officer in the city of industry. Police say can Ardis homeless and was loitering near the memorial. When a CHP officer saw him ignite the flag. The memorial honors officer David Romero who was struck on his motorcycle and killed if the site in two thousand five and that made this incident, especially poignant for some the CHP officer who witnessed the burning was not able to save the flag Canard was being held on fifty thousand dollars bail. The supreme court has made it clear that the first amendment allows flag burning but in this case. The crime would constitute arson of private property. Canard is due in court today. There have been numerous efforts dating back to the nineteenth century to pass a constitutional amendment that would make desecration of the flag federal crime. But none of those efforts has been successful. Cloudy this morning, then we should have partly cloudy skies later on our highs mid sixties to around seventy at the beaches could hit almost eighty in some of the valleys today. Enjoy it. We've got rain coming in later in the week. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made Martin good morning. There are casualties in wars. The same holds true in the trade war between the US and China in between the rhetoric and the escalating tariffs there are people in both countries whose fortunes, hang in the balance business, people farmers and consumers the office of the US trade Representative has come out with a list of another three hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods that could target that came after China announced tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American products, which was in retaliation to a tariff increase from the Trump administration a few days earlier, so another potential casualty in this war or American business, people working in China to talk about that. I'm joined by Jacob Parker. He's vice president at the US China business council an association of the largest. Us companies in China. He joins us online from Beijing. Jacob thanks for being here. My pleasure. What are you hearing? What are you hearing over their businesses getting nervous at this point? I mean, I imagine they happened for while. Well, we're seeing three key trends from our member companies on the ground here in China. The first is the tariffs have led many of our companies put future investments in the China market on hold that doesn't mean they're divesting in China, but they're reevaluating their exposure to the Chinese Martin market there. The certainty is forcing them to consider alternative destinations fort vestment. Most of our companies are in China to access the local market and the terrorists that have been imposed as retaliation against the US tariffs have increased their costs. And they've also the reputation of US companies as reliable suppliers has also taken a hit many customers are beginning to diversify away from US products for its other suppliers because of the consistency of price and supply can no longer be guaranteed because of the uncertainty of these tariffs, you your association is made up of of big companies is this the case also for smaller or medium size of corporations. Well, what we've seen is that some of our companies in the small and medium-sized category that manufacturer primarily in the United States and exports to China are looking at diversifying their production outside of the United States. One company noted that the cost of steel tariffs have increased production costs in the United States for them. By nearly fifteen percent. Additionally, their competitors abroad can access similar alternatives at a lower price making their products more price competitive, those companies that are manufacturing in the US employing US citizens who are exporting the China are once again getting hit by the tariffs when their products are exported to China as a result of the Chinese retaliation. That eliminates the competitive advantage of manufacturing in the United States, and has what many of our companies to consider how they can diversify their exposure to the United States and look at other markets where they can manufacturing exports to China to remain cost-competitive where they looking. They're looking at Mexico. They're looking at south East Asia. These are again, primarily just for the small medium sized companies or manufacturing US for export to China. Yeah. I wanna play you a clip from President Trump. He's speaking at the White House yesterday. And in this bet he's talking about Treasury Secretary. Steven Steven Mnuchin. Got back from China. Well, let you note about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful very successful. President Trump seems to be optimistic about how this ends are you and the people you represent. I think that we are very concerned about the esscalation both on Friday by the Trump administration on the announcement overnight of three hundred billion in new tariffs organization in our member companies would like to see the two sides, stop this tit for tat escalation return to the negotiating table based on. I understanding the substance of the agreement is primarily finalized, the two sides just need to agree on how they can get this thing enforced, and how they can get the Tara strong down and the US business community is very focused on finding a constructive solution to these problems. Do you think this is done long term damage to American companies in the relationship with the Chinese market? Absolutely. What we hear from the Chinese government is that there's concern that the extreme esscalation of the tariffs has moved beyond. Just the idea of addressing the issues raised in the three one investigation on for technology transfer and PR protection, and is about a containment of the Chinese of the Chinese government. And also trying to get them to agree to certain things that go beyond these very narrow focus of three a one we're concerned that that could have an impact on the ability of the two sides to de-escalate this going forward. Take a Parker. Vice president of the US China business council in Beijing. Thank you so much. Thank you. A man wants joined ISIS says all he wants now is to return home to Canada, his trouble. Canada wants nothing to do with them. Nobody claims him and he met NPR's. Jane ref thing about Muhammad Ali saieed is he seemed so ordinary American football us the flow of Chicago Bears. We meet an occurred intelligence office in northeastern Syria. It's the region. We're Sade whose twenty eight has been held since he was captured more than a year ago. I've asked Kurdish officials to interview an ISIS fighter from a western country. And they bring inside he was one of the first Canadian fighters publicly identified as joining ISIS in two thousand fourteen he's been interviewed by Canadian media trying to figure out how a young man from the Toronto area ends up being a propagandist for ISIS. So he'd wears a gray sweatshirt with a blue t shirt underneath his short black beard has traces of gray. He says he had planned to study, aerospace engineering but in universe. Versity? He just felt lost on things started going south. I know very depressive.

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News Radio 920 AM

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Barry Armstrong, Representative Armstrong advisory group and the Securities America companies are unaffiliated dozens of medical professionals have been charged in an opioid sting. And I'll tell you what. This is good news. Given the fact that we're losing what do we listen forty fifty thousand people per year to opioid addiction terrible. Yeah. Thirty one doctor seven pharmacists, eight, nurses, and other professionals were charged mainly in a few states Kentucky, Alabama. Oh, hi, oh, Tennessee and West Virginia. Which if I'm not mistaken all of those states round out the top ten for states that have been worst hit by the opioid epidemic. In terms of in terms of deaths there they seem to be going after the low hanging fruit here. I mean, these were clearly blatant issues of abuse. I mean one doctor was selling prescriptions in exchange for sex. The other one was. Recruiting prostitutes to become patients one of them was pulling teeth unnecessarily to be able to prescribe these opioids. I mean, really frightening. Frightening stuff now there'd be going to jail, and that will circulate throughout the medical community. Right. Will people will we'll hear about it. Yeah. I was talking about Dr Who operates up in New Hampshire, and I it does sound like the pendulum has completely swung in the opposite direction. Now. Yeah, he has to far perhaps, arguably, I mean, you know, presumably, there are responsible doctors out there that find that opioids are still the best option for some of their patients, and he said that getting those prescriptions filled these days, no matter how they are is next to impossible. He has pharmacists that call him everyday that say, no, I'm not feeling this prescription and basically complained to the medical board to get it done. Holy cow. Surprising stuff. But yeah, I mean, the the standards on how much of this you can prescribe at a time. And the the pharmacists pushing back on the prescriptions is pretty substantial these days from from what I understand well in the pharmacists are probably doing it out of fear for their own business. They're terrified they're terrified. So you can't blame them. But in the conversations I've had within the medical community. They said, yeah. The opioid addiction is a problem but properly used it's very beneficial. You back surgery your need something like that. If you're if you have achilles tendon surgery, your brother had that. Yeah. And you know, he he they prescribed opioids because of that. Yeah. I'll tell you. That's scares the heck out of me. If I have serious injury. I do everything I can to avoid game prescribe that sort of thing we're taking if I am prescribed that. Yeah. Samsung has a problem son of a gun. They just have a tough time with new phones a couple years ago when they had the exploding phones. Right. It was. So this is their brand new two thousand dollar phone. It's really on the edge. And it's been the the folding phone, so it's basically size of tablet that you can fold up and put in your pocket and still use it as a cellphone, a very interesting idea, very novel. But yeah, they've found this is not available. To the public. They sent a bunch of them to their testers and the ones that testers have just been breaking right left and center. So these were reviewers right -nology yet tech like type tech reviewers take a look at these sorts of things. So not a great look they were hoping to bring these devices to market by April twenty six which is now I can't imagine that's going to be happening really said it is like the company has acknowledged that they've had some problems. But they said, hey, we're going to market I guess that's next week. Right. Next friday. Yeah. I mean that that's that's pretty darn soon. I can't imagine that's going to happen at a two thousand dollar price points. You cannot have your folding phone breaking on day one. No, hey, we had two companies go public today Pinterest and zoom. I can give you the latest pricing. We have on both of them Pinterest symbol P I. N S is trading at twenty four fifty two. So it's up twenty eight percent, Michael. And then zoom, I can't believe this price action. It's up twenty seven dollars trading up seventy five percent at sixty three thirteen. That's pretty incredible. So the Pinterest IPO prices, actually, what nineteen dollars a share. Yes. The IPO price actually came up to nineteen bucks. A share trading started at twenty three seventy five. I wonder if they learned from list, you know, lift kind of took every penny that was on the table. Yeah. Companies both left a lot of money on the table. They did nobody seems to have gotten adjust right? So far. Although, you know, we're still just in day one of trading. These could vary ease. Easily go in either direction at this point. Lift didn't really start taking taking hits to their stock price until a few days after right? I think it was like they've been the second or third day though. I mean, it wasn't long. No, I didn't take the vantage. These companies have is the markets are closed tomorrow. That's true. People have time to think about this a little bit. So you know, you're not gonna see any you'll see close today at four o'clock. But then there'll be no new trades made in this until Monday. Yeah. I don't know. What that I? And it's hard for me to say. Well, that's good for the stock or bad for the stock is just the fact Hoover is nearing an investment deal for their self driving car unit. Yeah. Uber is trying to push. I think a whole bunch of deals through in the next really few weeks or month in order to probably just look a little bit more profitable for what we're talking about today, which is their IP. Oh, this deal would be selling off part of the self driving car unit that they've poured a lot of money into so just trying to raise more money and look a little bit more profitable as they head into Pio season. So that they don't go the way of lift, quite frankly. Yeah. Yeah. The that's that trait that PO will be in early may. And we have no idea what about pricing on that. No. But I mean in terms of market value. You would think that it's going to be somewhere in the five times more than lift range so Martin market cap on lift right now is about sixteen and a half billion dollars. Uber's been doing about five times as much revenue if you look at the last few years, so I would think that they will be no somewhere in that ninety two one hundred billion dollar range. Yeah. We'll see being. Being minted these days aren't there? Heck of a lot. I there are already plenty in Silicon Valley. But yeah, creating a whole lot more these days just think about what that's going to do to the real estate market. You know, somebody, you know, some of these young people under thirty years old are cashing in stock. That's worth twenty thirty forty million dollars, right then and they're going to go and they're gonna buy a house. Yeah. It doesn't matter. What it costs not really gonna buy a house, and they're gonna buy a tesla. It's just I'm not sure they're going to buy that tesla. Disagree with you there. A lot of Tesla's in California. There are Francisco. Yeah. There are just you know, looking at that brand, right? You're going to shell out. I don't think they're gonna shell out thirty five thousand dollars for the cheap brands, and maybe fifty or sixty thousand dollars version, I'm still asking myself that company to be here. Five years from now to still service this car or not. Well, you you may. An oldsmobile. He might be. Hey up next. We'll be joined by Paula Monica from CNN business. We're gonna conversation as it relates to into.

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Uber's self-driving unit valued at $7.25 billion in new investment

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Uber's self-driving unit valued at $7.25 billion in new investment

"Hoover is nearing an investment deal for their self driving car unit. Yeah. Uber is trying to push. I think a whole bunch of deals through in the next really few weeks or month in order to probably just look a little bit more profitable for what we're talking about today, which is their IP. Oh, this deal would be selling off part of the self driving car unit that they've poured a lot of money into so just trying to raise more money and look a little bit more profitable as they head into Pio season. So that they don't go the way of lift, quite frankly. Yeah. Yeah. The that's that trait that PO will be in early may. And we have no idea what about pricing on that. No. But I mean in terms of market value. You would think that it's going to be somewhere in the five times more than lift range so Martin market cap on lift right now is about sixteen and a half billion dollars. Uber's been doing about five times as much revenue if you look at the last few years, so I would think that they will be no somewhere in that ninety two one hundred billion dollar

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"martin market" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Always a pleasure to be on your show. Dave. Good afternoon to all your listeners. I I want to touch on a couple of things you wrote on through on your on your missive this on your report actually this this past weekend. And it really is looking at the world's central banks and looking at markets around the world. And this is what you said the quote. Well, it's now official is the world's central banks have dropped all pretense now. Joined by the Federal Reserve this past Wednesday and only one policy objective. That's to prevent the implosion of the biggest financial and economic bubble. The world has ever known that they themselves created and quote at many people believe that it's that I speak. I'm speaking fear porn when I talk about. How how unstable financial markets are around the world your take? Well, it's it's very easy to tell you have to go back and look a little history. Go back to nineteen eighty seven when the Federal Reserve and. The government stepped into the the crash of eighty seven. There's no question about it. They were they were right there to prop up the Marcus. And they've been propping up the Marcus ever since. This is going on what thirty years or more than thirty years now, and they made a movie out of a call the big short after the crash of oh eight oh nine and they were there to bail out J and J P Morgan, and Goldman Sachs and everybody else that got into trouble and all the the the mortgage issue back then. And now we've reached another turning point where as you know, Jerome Powell raise interest rates in December. And the moment he did that the market just absolutely cratered. And certainly would have. Crashed if they hadn't reverse policy and within twenty four or forty eight hours, they had to step into the markets to save them where they would've crashed right there. And now, of course, the last last Wednesday. Their sole objective, as you just stated is to prop up the equity markets are making no pretense of that at all. And it's only a matter before a matter of time before the Federal Reserve has to go back into QE once again in the money printing will start. In in fact, speaking about money printing, and just, you know, just looking some of these recent headlines, not on FOX business news or CNBC s but just from Friday US manufacturing PM plunges to twenty one twenty one month lows services slump yield curve in verts for the first time since two thousand and seven recession countdown begins German manufacturing craters, sending Bundy heels negative show from recently shocking, Philly fed collapse. Biggest drop since twenty eleven US rating downgrade business spending suffers longest contraction since twenty fifteen world's largest shipping company warns twenty nineteen global economic outlook is worse than twenty eighteen and this is in contradistinction to the Hopi him. It is constantly pushed down the throat of every person that listens to FOX business news. News CNBC s Reuters or Bloomberg Andy left out the the big negative. This FedEx came up with last week and the earnings for BMW. The fact of the matter is that despite what the central banks and the governments of the world are telling you we most likely have been into recession for at least the last quarter. If not the last six months and the United States is already there. But the statistics won't be over the next two or three months because it's always a leading indicator. But but we're in recession right now. Just simple as that. And I don't care how much the smoke. They tried to blow up behind. The fact of the matter is that this bubble has run its course. And there's nothing they can do about it anymore except try to prevent it from crashing. And this goes along with something you wrote this past weekend allowing the free market to rain at this point would precipitate the biggest stock market crash in the history of planet earth, along with the concurrent meltdown of the world's financial system. Paper money of any kind would lose their purchasing power in a blinding speed and extremes would drive precious metals prices to the moon and stars as as the only safe haven left. Well, that's exactly right because what's going to happen. And there's nothing they can really do to prevent it. Except maybe slow the descent somewhat is the fact that once they're trying to save not only the stock market, but the bond market as well. And once the stock market the bond market start heading. Heading lower. There's there's only one thing left. That's commodities in general, but precious metals in particular, and as the currencies themselves to start evaluating against each other. They're also going to be devalued against precious metals and just that alone will drive the prices up, even if they do nothing this past week, the fed came out and two months ago, they were talking about raising interest rates three times this year this past Wednesday. They now cut it down to hey, we're done for the year and maybe next year. Maybe once that's it. This came out from zero hedge in particular from Saxo Bank, quote, the fed has surrendered and quote Jacobson explains. What comes next last night FOMC meeting? The fed made it official. The fed has thrown in the towel and central banks are committed to defying the business cycle. Well, that's exactly right. And that's basically what I said in Europe winning paragraph that you quoted. When when the program started today is that the banks are basically given up to there's no monetary policy anymore. None whatsoever. You know, Jay Powell's twenty five basis point rates and raised in December was was a brave attempt at trying to cool things off and I'll just read a quote from Doug Nolan squawk. Call him that it came up on Saturday morning. It's now commonly accepted that the Federal Reserve aired in raising rates twenty five basis points in December. I hold the view that chairman Powell is hoped to lower the fed put strike price. The fed was willing to disregard some market instability, hoping to begin the process of the market standing on their own the fed just didn't appreciate the degree of late. Martin market fragility has been accumulating over the years. But I don't fault them for trying and as you quote article from Saxo Bank from whoever it wasn't sachse Bank. Everybody knows everybody out there. There's anybody knows that. The central banks through world. And now the fed have basically caved to the markets, and they're just basically do the markets bidding. And as I said earlier, there's no monetary policy out there anymore. Let's add to the mix at your take on what's happening with this Brexit issue. Okay. And and this. A couple of weeks ago, I had gotten some notifications from some folks that I trust that there was between March fifteenth and March nineteenth look for some instability to the point where there could be some major instability in financial markets, and you know, the March fourteenth, we started seeing some problems in the internet with Facebook and Instagram and the night of the fourteenth fifteenth, Google G mail, this kind of thing, and then we started to get rumblings of some problems in with Bree exit deal in the like, well, this was just published yesterday on on zero hedge no deal Brexit doomsday plan soldiers in nuclear bunker, ready to go dubbed operation read full UK has activated troops and deployed them to a special nuclear bunker, beneath the ministry of defence. The UK is facing. Tough days ahead is British Prime Minister Theresa may presses forward. Brexit citizens have been warned to begin stockpiling basic supplies such as food and medicine in the event that no deal is made between the European Union and the UK. Ed, your take on exit and many people believe that this type of article is fear porn, your take on that. Because I believe it's actually one of trying to stay ahead of the curve. Well, I'll tell you one thing is this Brexit deal between the UK and Europe has been festering for a while and their view, the EU is playing hardball with the UK and Theresa May's and big political trouble back home. They were supposed to have this thing all settled by was March fifteenth and it became March twenty now. And now they give it another two weeks. But the whole thing is just an absolutely sort is mess, and that just goes along with everything else that's going on in the world right now. And that that story headline or whatever maybe mongering to a certain extent. But the fact of the matter is that UK the UK right now is in serious trouble. If they don't work out some sort of deal with the European Union. And and let's talk about. So let's say a Brexit deal is not reached the ramifications of that a financially not just many people believe all it'll be isolated to the UK or or well, maybe it might have some a little bit of an effect on the continental Europe. In fact, because all these banking institutions are linked worldwide. It has a dilatoriness affect for example, if there's instability in one area, the UK there's goes to reason that would affect the entire world. Correct. Well, there's no question about that the banking systems of the world. I don't care that the European or the American Canadian or Australian or Chinese or whatever they're also in sexually interconnected now that our problem in one area can rapidly spread to another. There's no doubt about that. To tell you the truth. If things don't go through. I think I think things will get ugly. But I don't want to speculate here right now on the fact that they may, but if it does get ugly than certainly you're going to see the ramifications far beyond what happens in the European Union. So what should people do if it starts to get a what should they do before it starts to get? We I should say to protect themselves. Well, I, you know us, you know, I'm one hundred percent of the precious metals. And the first thing I would do is I own common stock in anything. I don't care whether it's United States genita- England European Union, Australia, any I don't care where it is. I would sell all your common stock tomorrow and go to cash in precious metals because whether or not this year or breakfast thing goes through whether they settle things with China between China US, the fact of the matter is that this financial bubble. The biggest one. History of the world is that it's peaking already heading downhill, regardless of this is all of these issues are resolved. So people keep their money in the stock market in general equity markets are in dire peril right now. And let's speak about the the precious metals markets because many people including yourself and myself have been frustrated over the years in how the precious metals markets have acted in first to act that way, I'll just jump in right away..

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"martin market" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Because the legacy part to a player like like a Bryce you'd think has to be important when's winning championships be considering the postseason? That's how you brand yourself as as more than just being a good baseball player. Was that not Washington? I know that Washington wasn't gonna the World Series every but that's not a bad team. That's a competitive team. They're gonna be in the playoffs. Again. Not the right market. Martin market either. I get it's not New Yorker LA lane. So then why ne- New Yorker LA? That's the question is the question. Philly Chicago White Sox cubs. Sure. Sure. Whites funk Bonk Bonk Bonk Bonk Bonk Bonk Bonk though these no some pit. But for yes. The pit of the day the of the day that bit at the day the bit of the day is driven by foreign Burg, Los Angeles, some the sunset strip. Redo cockatiel. There's a real lot. No. My phone was screwed up a real life snakes on a plane. If you haven't heard about this story. Australian woman found large python be hiding in her shoop. So she was packed luggage shoes. Everything and it was a large python in the ladies shoe, and you would think that this is a move sequel from the movie with Samuel Jackson snakes on the plane, but this is real line, snakes playing imagine you getting ready to put on your shoe, or takeout shoe, or even your luggage and a python sitting there looking at. What the hill? But this is what happens when you in the wrong place at the wrong time. Wouldn't you say Chris in his rolled up in her shoot? Well, this is what happens when you live in Australia, and they have all the creatures over there. Weirdo python pythons near soda certain years. You know, those people in Phoenix until you. Rattlesnakes here too. But they don't typically burrow in your house. Hi, rattlesnakes height up by your door front door coup spots, you know, front door trash Neha barbecue areas garage high under the you in the hills, you know, rattlesnakes. Rattlesnakes play you ever eaten a rattlesnake? No. I don't eat stuff like that. Rights. Rush. Yeah. You go on your own their own with that. Was it ain't good put up a poll chicken? Yeah. I know everything tastes chicken alligator, rapid all more like spider's being trapped with a bunch of spiders or snakes, poisonous, snakes, spiders. I get. I can tell you. Crucial. Can stop a snake. One to see what's going on. Regna phobia, you get one or two when they ship it out of the roof and everything day a man Rosh there's websites. Yeah. People stumping snakes survive with the snakes spiders, scare me snakes. Yes. Rajoub? I know That's why. why didn't answer him. The day the bit of the of bits, man, it's all good. Hornberger Los Angeles on the sunset strip brings us a bit of the day every morning to wrap up his visit Hornberger, Los Angeles dot com and Rover above and beyond. What's the stakes get an idea what's going on? They're going to rally up. They're going to look at each other. Like, he's taking us out. We'd better get going. I'd never knew snakes to be competitive. Like that. I'm going to trust you on that. I mean, wouldn't you somebody came in here started taking care of everybody? We've got to do something about this week. In Los Angeles.

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"martin market" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

FT Banking Weekly

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"martin market" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"Weekly from financial times with me Patrick Jenkins. Joining me in the studio today, Katie Martin markets editor Alice Ross, our wealth correspondent and in Sydney. Jamie Smith Austrailia correspondent this week. We'll be discussing dry January in the capital markets. Also, look at a stray Leah's banks as a looming clampdown comes from the government and wealth manages, why are they flailing? I though to that story about dry January as you put it Katie a piece that you published on Monday, I think by the record low levels of equity and debt issuance into the markets. Why has it been such a torrent time? Yes. Been a really slow start the year. And you know, bankers are doing what bankers do best which is being extremely optimist and cheerful about it. But there's no glossing over the fact that January has been extremely quiet in terms of the new. Bones of come to mock it and in terms of companies listing on stock market for the first time. So in the UK we've had a smallest number of new bond deals market since nineteen ninety-five about under twenty come to market, which is about half the amount from the previous year and the amount raised as fallen by two-thirds. There's a pretty obvious reason for that. I think we'll described as the b word companies just fall too busy getting ready for Brexit to think about raising money for aquisitions or buying big Francie pieces of machinery, or whatever the city on the hands to wait and see what happens in March and that just not interested in raising new money at the moment. Four equity capital markets. It's a slightly different picture. It's not that unusual to see very few or even no PEOs in the UK or Europe in January of a particular year, but it's very unusual in the US. So last year, for example, we had eighteen companies come to market this year had one and the simple reason for that. That is that those a partial shutdown of the US government, which is the longest US history that made it really difficult for companies to get the paperwork on that they needed to public. In addition the end of last year, and the very beginning of this year were marked by some actually surprisingly violent moves and markets normally over the Christmas week, for example, everyone packs up goes home in the markets. Go to sleep this year. They went completely haywire. And again that has put companies off the whole quick cumbersome process of coming to market. And I think there's an extent to which they are just sitting on the hands and waiting to see what happens before they take. The big leap bankers say that the second half of the month, and particularly the final week of the month did pick up, and so they think that the start of January was a bit of a blip. But it was pretty dry do like to talk about pipeline. The pipeline is bursting ready for all of these deals to come through. Once the US logjam is ended and once the Brexit uncertainty is over and so on. Do you believe it's certainly plausible? I mean, there is a realistic argument that specially because markets particularly the US started selling off around October last year's been a long run of market turbulence companies, either tried to get ahead of it by going in the autumn with their fundraising efforts, all they're putting it off until after this passes. But you know, the sentiment from bankers at least, and they are the kind of estate agents of the finance will endlessly optimistic is that this will pass, and that there is a really strong pipeline banks saying there's a long queue of companies that are just desperate come to market with new bones. Desperate to launch their IPO's. We'll see whether that actually happens, but certainly in the UK difficult to see markets picking up until April. And even that is contingent actually ends up happening. With Briggs them does feel like the first quarter, the terms of banks results or investment banks results is going to suffer as a result as indeed before quartered it to some extent as well. Thanks very much for the MTA. Casey..

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