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"maybank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:17 min | 2 months ago

"maybank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Welcome back to a Bloomberg class Asia Now stocks expanding a sell off as the twin lows of high inflation and slowing economic growth stir investor and anxiety The next test for markets is the U.S. inflation print on Friday Let's get inside from Eddie Lowe CIO of maybank group wealth management Eddie good morning thanks for joining us Your first time with us Preoccupation with whether or not we've seen peak inflation And if you take a look at where China is at this point in time today's data suggests inflation moderating what's your take Well I guess if you look at the broader markets we saw some stabilization in May Especially in the second half of May where you saw a slight rebound But we believe that this may not last because there are still many lingering macro uncertainties out there and this include inflation Russia you can conflict as well as the China COVID situation So I think our advice to clients is investors is really to stay defensive and manage the downside risk given the growing uncertainties What is staying defensive Staying the sense of means that you need to actually take a very active look at your portfolio and make sure it's diversified and reduce over concentration And it also requires you to be more focused on active selection But focusing What exactly does that mean Where do you seek shelter It stops as it bonds Is it gold that you're holding In terms of allocation we are actually currently underweight equities I think that is slightly more bearish than the consensus because we believe that earnings are vulnerable to further downgrades So within equities we are very selective We are only positive for Indonesia because we thought that the commodity boom and the recovery and consumption should support the markets in terms of sectors we are actually tilted towards the defenses like healthcare telecoms and consumers Staples And before I just get to question we just got one stock here Cooler and technology It's gained as much as 40% here in Hong Kong No clear reason as to why it's doing so But it perhaps does highlight the huge volatility that we have been witnessing of late And if we have a look at let's say the S&P 500 which is seen about 30% of its equities averaging 30% stock dispersion that tells you that it's a stock picker's market now and you don't really go with I suppose sectors and industry groups And you've got to be very very careful But I think indeed I think I agree with you I think active selection and stock selection will play a more critical role at this juncture of the market Of course I think if you look at the sector performance year to date the defensive sectors have tended to outperform versus the likes of your technology which had a good time during the pandemic period but now it's actually facing some valuation concerns But even within the technology sector I would say that there are actually selected opportunities especially those companies that are established record and could actually come through this short term headwinds and give continue to reward investors with a longer term horizon But you know what everybody wants to learn how it really is Given the noise coming out of Beijing that perhaps we're seeing light at the regularity light for the end of the regulatory tunnel there perhaps And do you buy into that And if so where do you go It becomes an industry group as a whole which becomes more attractive but of course there would be selective names which do better than others Right I think we are actually we have security witnessed the regular tightening of the tech sector for more than a year So the recent news flows that suggest that we could be near the near the end Plus the fact that we have actually witnessed a slew of measures including this study three point economic plan to bother the economy But I think the key for China is really a pivot away from the zero COVID strategy Without that I think that will continue to dampen the pace of recovery in the markets or the economy What's driving inflation is commodities We have the Bloomberg commodities index hitting record after record role that rally persists Well we did actually highlight that commodities as an asset class is useful as a hatch Against this rising inflation it could be oil it could be metals even agricultural products as we have seen But on top of that I think within the commodity space goal the precious metal I think also has a very unique portfolio diversified purpose because I think in the face of growing uncertainties I think gold could do well So we are actually asking our clients to maintain some exposure to gold But in the face of surging inflation goal may not be a good choice and maybank group wealth management thank you Now we have plenty more I had keep it here with us This is Bloomberg Everyone you meet in port harcourt's has stories about what they call black soot caused by the manufacturing and consumption of these fuel products in the illegal refineries Oil theft known as bunkering and the refining of its spoils is worsening the damage from decades of fossil fuel exploitation creating one of the world's most severe ecological disasters Our sacred forests our homes have to give way to oil wells No one gets much benefit Imagine a resident of port taco Who inhales this suit every second in 24 hours 7 days a week 30 days in the month and for years now We are dying slowly but surely and our lifespan is reducing every day You're back with the blue book markets as we just check in with the latest business flash headlines State street saying it is not pursuing any acquisition or business combination.

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"maybank" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"maybank" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Hello, and on this maybank holiday, when you might be thinking of dancing around a maypole or perhaps watching some Morris dancers or none of those things, we thought here on women's art we would take the opportunity to learn a lot more about women and the tradition of folk music. Now, you may have a stereotypical image of a woman, I don't know, in a floaty dress, walking through a flower meadow, but we want to challenge that somewhat. From protest songs to feminist anthems, it is not all whimsy in the world of folk far from it. And I should say at this point, folk music, to give a loose definition, but hopefully a bit of a framework, its music transmitted aurally, often unknown composers played on traditional instruments and taking in themes of cultural and national identity. But of course, it's also evolving. In today's program, we'll be examining some of the uncomfortable elements of folk music too and how artists are finding ways of reinterpreting old songs or writing new ones to represent missing narratives and stories. We'll hear about the women who were the tradition bearers, writers and performers, and they often forgotten female collectors, collectors being in this instance those who would record and notate traditional songs handed down orally from generation to generation. I should say, we are not live today, but you can still get in touch on social media. You know, I love to hear from you. Or you can email me through the woman's hour website. We have a wonderful cast of women today that we've brought together that I'm so excited to hear from and share with you. Grace Petrie, Rachel Newton, angelin Morrison, Faye hill, and Amy Holland. But first, I'm going to talk to a woman considered a legend in the folk world Peggy Seager. Peggy began her career in America where she was born and then came to the UK where she's enjoyed 6 decades of success with her music. And when she came here, Peggy met and married the singer, Ewan mccoll. He wrote the song the first time ever, I saw your face for her. Together, they revitalized the British vote scene during the 50s and 60s, working on the BBC Radio ballards, groundbreaking documentaries, which wove a story from the words of real people working in the mining and fishing industry or building the M1 motorway with sound effects and songs. Now 86 years old, Peggy's own songs have become anthems for feminists, anti nuclear campaigners, and those fighting for social justice. One of her best known feminist anthems is going.

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"maybank" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas

Henderson County, Texas

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"maybank" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas

"And i saw the atms route. You actually posted the numbers for area schools and this week here playing may bank and i remember seeing the maybank was well over a thousand. I think maybank's about a thousand forty. So that's that thing that you're talking about. It seems like every single week when you play somebody we talked about it all the number one. The district was just so amazed right but in the district is bigger. That would be nice to move down. Now you'll know. In like december for sure what classification you'll be in but you won't know what district right you all know officially what district until that firstly in february Which is rearming day of. Who exactly will be in your district. You know for sure what again what division you'll be but you don't know your district until personally and there's actually a bunch of four a to size schools around us. Yes sir and you know it really is the district that we're in every other sport right now. Van canton brownsboro. Will's point with the exception of maybe those other four schools that there's a good chance we can be with them if we in indeed draw downs so it which would be nice for travel standpoint too because those schools are closer to us. All right just something. That's going on outside off the field right now. That's very important to the sports program. Not just football but everybody yes sir So we wanted to touch on that real quick all right as we move on. Let's do what we normally do. And that's the first thing we do. Is we talk about the mvp. Yeah for this week. Are with both employer This past week was grant grant grant plays more snaps than anybody else on our team. Plays both sides of the ball very very rarely comes off the field. He's been instrumental tor successful season. You know a lot of times offense. He's that age bag that really springs the run game and he's been the huge addition and this week this past week he got broke out in the passing game six catches for seventy eight yards if they some big plays on third and fourth downs and was able to get some separation Guess their site these. And then i'll play roy hord kind of the captain of the fans. He's one getting get us in our coverage of so he as the kid that man would just so glad that he's been able to. This is his first year in athens. But it doesn't feel like it the way he's trying the way he's tried to lead us and be a leader is of him. This has got how we wanted to because he he's poured his heart soul into being an athas hornet. And we're so appreciative him but he really logan's kilgore so he was our our offense than the day. Was jana crane. He had four catches for at eighty yards and again was was a leader on the offense thing was encouraging guys. Plan really hardy graded out over eighty percent. Vp was gauged friedrich at outside linebacker. Another underclassmen that you know. He's one of our captains and is always positive. Always here at work and play roy. Hord on friday. And we're excited to see him the next two years how much he continues to grow their especially. Deputy was damore uniting another underclassmen another gathers instrumental toward success this year. And also we'd go will be in the next two years to maury again played a lot on both sides of the ball. He played really well..

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"maybank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:26 min | 11 months ago

"maybank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Envoy to tell North Korea that the door is open for talks. Former Japanese Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba has dropped out of the race to head the LDP and which would effectively if he had one become. Prime Minister. Taro Kono still leads polls. Yamamura is reporting that issue of plans to back corner China is urging the U. S demand its ties in the face of potential Biden trade probe. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in front of Congress today, said U. S had to abide by the August 31st agreement or risk attacks from Taliban and Al Qaeda forces. Apple says that it is fixed to security bug that would have let hackers operating out of Israel take over iPhones. Singapore has introduced a new parliamentary building empowers the government to investigate and stop Foreign actors from influence national politics and inflaming social issues. US. President Joe Biden plans to call to vaccinate 70% of the world's population by September. 2022 listen to what New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority is doing to deal with the pandemic. Says it is going to withhold death benefits from unvaccinated workers. This was first reported by The New York Times. Wow, by the way, New York City schools open today, along with the first day of the vaccine, carding for indoor dining and theaters and sporting events in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg Bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news. 9 50 PM on Wall Street time to check in with Bloomberg opinion, and we're joined today by opinion columnist Shuli Rand, who is writing about immigrant and how it's going to be like the hunger games for its bondholders, So this surely is a top story. That we have been following today. And we were talking earlier to our guest, Michael every from Robert Bank as well. And he was sort of making a similar point that you make that just because you invest and now doesn't mean in China that you're necessarily going to get bailed out. And you're saying those wishing for an orderly wind down will end up disappointed an empty handed. How do you see this playing out? So so like her when when we talk about orderly wine dying one down. It depends on the vantage point. If you're bombing investor, and you think, Oh, you might have a priority claim to other cardinals water balance. She investors ever grant that That would be a misconception at this point. I mean, we all know China is sort of redrawing the social contract with the new come on prosperity pushed. So So what happens is that smaller investors or retail investor that somehow Uh, Long to Evergrande via shadow banking products. They are likely to get the priority claim that in that sense, it's going to be like hunger games. Whoever who who is more aggressive and angry going to the street for protests, they're likely to get their money back first. So surely I'm wondering because the financial advisors that will be looking at the capital structure. There are two of them officially now, and we've been focused a lot on the credit side of the ledger because obviously there's more than $300 million in bonds outstanding. Do we know that the equity people are going to be left standing at the end of this, or will they be entirely wiped out? Do you think? Well, the restructuring basically wipe out the equity shareholders. Never say never right, because hurts actually came out pretty strong earlier this year, But I think at this point, the equity shareholders will likely to be will very likely be wiped out because we're not just talking about balance sheet. Uh, liabilities now were also talking about off balance sheet wealth managers and products that Evergrande wealth. Has sold over the years and we don't know how much should they have sought. To be honest, they always off balance sheet and then now, like a small investors have claimed to them. So I would say quitting. Investors have Pretty much nothing, Hmm. A lot of analysts coming through and saying that this is unlikely to morph into systemic risk or further contagion. Maybank among the latest reading their research note. Can you explain just for a broader against global audience? Why, as you point out that this is not going to create financial contagion that investors don't have so much to worry about. I'm in China already has quite some experience that bailing out the biggest troublemakers starting from, uh I'm banging a china and stuff. I mean, they the bondholders did have to take up. Substantial hits, but you didn't see a A it blow up so far right? So China already has some experience in the past. What will happen? Uh, it's likely, uh, wind that is a slow and gradual. Um, it doesn't mean that the recovery will be any good. It's just going to be slow. I mean, H n a s still going through the Hyneman High court and then you don't see blow up so far. And it's interesting because as I'm listening to you, and I'm thinking about what that would situation here in the U. S is vis a vis the Fed and this messaging that has been constant consistent and it's been deliberate. That we're going to have at some point of tapering. We're going to have a tapering at some point, I think in the case of Evergrande, there's also been a constant, gentle messaging that there is a problem here. There's a problem here. So I think the point that you're making here is none of this is really a surprise. But if you then consider the What the PBOC is left with in trying to manage this situation. Does this necessarily mean that a lot of ever grands bad debt is going to wind up on the balance sheet of the central bank in China? PBOC by law cannot carry out all these Baghdad, uh, balance sheet like cut that Steak council forbidden. So what happened was that PBOC housing the past look for the so called white nights like those that bad managers, including Barhoum, which is in trouble itself, and then also like a you know, like a Provincial governments like ever. Gwenda is headquartered Ancient Jen and in the Quantum province, and it's a very wealthy region in China. Right so maybe the local government can coming and do something, but the PBOC itself will have a very clean balance sheet. When we look at immigrants assets we've got the bonds pressing in this near certain likelihood of default. We've been looking at the big fall down in shares as well. At what point do we see further concerns about immigrants? Assets will be get to a point where we just see she is halted. Um, I think her I mean, they have this, uh, like a dollar bond that has a payment due Sept. 23rd. So, basically next Thursday, so if ever growing cannot pay that interest payment, then it we're going to default of all all of the immigrants all about posing like a 15 $20 billion and I can see that by then the shares will be halted. I mean, ever. Grint and game is very, very year. We're going to see that in the next one or two weeks they spent the company is still in trying to sell off assets. How has that been going? I'm obviously not very well later is, uh, like a solution for the wealth management product. Investors like they were basically saying, you can take out and so parking lot at as much as 50% this country market price that there was a lot Let's talk a little about what we saw in Shenzhen as well, Quite extraordinary. These protests. Is that something that's kind of quite common in China. We We've seen that before. I think Stephen Engel was telling us Yes, absolutely like in 2013. So every time like the those investors in those those wealth management products, they don't get their principal among back they would like to take to the streets and in the past, even like BBC, they have back hold under this kind of street protest pressure. So so I think that this is quite effective way. I mean, even in Hong Kong, you see, like a, uh retail investors protesting the central district. It's quite active in the Chinese design. Actually thank you. Great column surely ran is Bloomberg opinion columnist. You can read more at Bloomberg dot com slash opinion and on the terminal by typing, Okay,.

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"maybank" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"maybank" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"maybank" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"maybank" Discussed on KGO 810

"Professor of health policy and management. George Washington University School of Public Health and Dr Ronald Wyatt is vice president and patient safety officer at M C I. C. Vermont April Limb Bosque, Health correspondent for KQED Radio. Serves as our moderator for this discussion. This program is part of the destination Health series supported by Kaiser Permanente. Now here's moderator, April the Bosque and her Panelists in their Commonwealth Club conversation. Hmm. Thank you, Gloria. And welcome everyone. Thank you for joining us for this virtual panel. Kaiser Permanente is pleased to partner with the Commonwealth Club and offering today's event. You know, Kaiser Permanente is an amazing organization that's been around for some 75 years and for 75 years If we look back on our history, we've been on a path on a journey to really embrace diversity, inclusion and social justice. And yet this past year with the events that we've seen the death of George florid Briana Taylor, our country and the world really sees this is a moment for us to stand up and examine who we are and where we are on the journey of inclusion and diversity, and as much as we've stood and have advocated, it was an opportunity for us. To step back and you really examine our organization. I made a commitment to the organization that we would look internal. We would understand where we might have issues of systemic racism of bias. We've been on that journey. We also made a commitment that as we developed a plan to own what we saw in our organization that we would also stand up, Look out and be a voice for greater diversity and inclusion in our society and as a corporate organization. During this pandemic experience. We've all seen the fractures that exists in our society, black and brown communities, others that are marginalized. And yet during this period, we've also seen the opportunity to look at ourselves and look at what can be accomplished with renewed commitment and renewed and enthusiasm. I've sent to our leaders that is, Muchas people are on the streets advocating marching that we've got to be its diligent in his focused in the board rooms and in our leadership rooms and means in terms of what we're committed to. Through this process. We've completed a strategic plan. Believe it or not. And in that plan, we've made a commitment. To elevate diversity inclusion as we've elevated quality and safety. We've also made a commitment to focus all of our quality measures. Developed them in a way that they include equity. They include gender, and they include race but also that we bring in social issues in the house. We understand our quality and our outcomes. I think it is a new day and an opportunity for all of us. And I look forward to continued partnership with the Commonwealth Club and to all partisan with all of the communities that Kaiser Permanente is in to make sure that we're owning. Equity, inclusion and justice and away and with the commitment that we as an organization and that we as a society of not only in the past, so I'm excited for the panel of excited for where we are today. And I'd like to bring April and the panel onto the screen to really kick off this exciting program. So thank you. Thank you all. Thank you so much. It is such an honor to be here and I am so glad that we are discussing this topic, especially with these four experts who I am pleased to introduce in a little bit more detail. After justice that in court is an internal medicine physician as well as vice president and chief equity and inclusion officer of Massachusetts General Hospital. He has also founder and senior adviser at the Disparity Solution Center at Mass General and associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Betancourt is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in health policy, health care, disparities, diversity and cross cultural medicine. He received his medical, his medical degree from Rutgers Medical School and holds a master's degree from Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. ELISA Maybank is a pediatrician and chief health equity officer and group vice president of the American Medical Association. Prior to joining the Emma in 2019. Dr. Maybank was founding deputy commissioner for the Center for Health Equity at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Center became a model of success recognized by the CDC and the World Health Organization. Doctor. May bank holds a medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine and a master's degree from Columbia University School of Public Health. Dr. Lena Wen is an emergency physician and visiting professor of health policy and management at George Washington University School of Public Health. She was also a medical analyst for CNN and previously served as Baltimore's health commissioner. Last year, Dr. Wen was named one of modern health care's top 50 physician executives, and she is one of time magazine's 100. Most influential people, shows a medical degree from Washington University and was a Rhodes scholar studying health policy at the University of Oxford. And Dr Ronald Wyatt is vice president and patient safety officer at M C I. C. Vermont, his former chief quality and patient safety officer of Cook County Health in Illinois. And he previously served as medical director in the patient Safety Analysis Center at the U. S. Defense Health Agency. He's an instructor in the School of Health professions at the University of Alabama Birmingham with a focus on health, equity, patient safety and quality. After why it was born in Selma, Alabama, and his family relied on public health clinics for preventive health services..

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"maybank" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It was all about raining grab his coat tailing has some if I come to Washington can I stop by CDC as mobile how old were you I was about twelve and a half at thirty thirty you took off for Washington at thirteen yes Maybank hired Bollman to sweep the capitol steps for two dollars a week he worked his way up maybe in the country's most powerful politicians and enjoying an insider view of Congress your part of this committee for five years everything that comes in everything that goes out into all of the business every senator and everything he was close with Titans of the hell like Jesse Helms and segregationist Strom Thurmond here is bringing in the cots when Thurman filibuster the nineteen fifty seven civil rights bill for twenty four hours straight we did a lot of things behind the scenes that no one is seen in this film mostly what seven noon with it don't do it all myself so you keep that to yourself by the mid sixties he was on the foreign relations committee where he mentored a young man from Arkansas bill Clinton was a messenger we have fallen and I felt like a complete idiot though typically used to build a set who's the residual constantly Hyman overactive push these up a little more these days Bowman prepares to room for committee hearings checking mine sometime I was escorting wetness and keeping time one senator Jim Risch starts now here so I know you're the chairman but who runs the committee he does clearly we all take orders from.

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"maybank" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Station. That episode under the scheme as it was originally broadcast on Friday October. Six nineteen fifty in the newspapers of that Friday sixty nine years ago these were some of the headlines from Washington and early end of the Korean War may make a difference in how the United States deploys its military force but leaves change the program for building that up to the three million man strength all evidence today points to continuation of the rearmament program including more manpower even if the shooting in the Far East stop soon plans. Lambs reportedly were under serious consideration to boost the air force up to ninety five to one hundred ten groups. Meanwhile in South Korea a spirited wind raised a little swirls of dust among me white crosses stars Dave within stark white stakes masks on the Red Brown Dusty Hill. The half-mast of the United Nations flag fluttered in the breeze and the voice of the chaplain. Colonel Frank Toby floated across the Marines soldiers and South Koreans. At today's I memorial service at the only a UN cemetery in the area South Korean Third Division troops stabbed another twenty miles up the east coast of North Korea. They are now only thirty. Two miles from the big Ren industrial the center of one son or the communist staggered by great losses. Were expected to make a stand in Washington reports of the Korean War boosting civilian employment indepence department by Eighty six thousand during July and August the increased over eight hundred thirty nine thousand. The number of persons employed by the department as of August thirtieth thirtieth and two of the top man in the nation's new mobilization for Defense Lineup Sauna and agreement on manpower us one point in issue to be subject to draft and the armed services and who deferred to meet scientific and technical needs of the mobilisation program and North Korea. The South Korean soldier now in the land of his red red military enemy finds North Korea people in shreds and tatters after five years of communist rule that from how boil writing the Associated Press oil continues. Does he also finds the North Korean civilians. Don't act like people who are losing a war he walks several hurriedly raised victory arches logs and pine boards spanning the road from Washington. Senator bricker the Republican of Ohio leader past fights against continuing federal rent. Control says today. They're extension in modified for maybe necessary when Congress returns November twenty seventh his surprise statement to reporters contrasted with the view of Senator Maybank the Democrat in South Carolina that he he saw no reason for Congress to revise the present local option rent law at the brief lame duck session after the election from Philadelphia to eating having mud pies. It seems is normal for children if your child eats mud pies don't worry about it and Medical Society of Pennsylvania said in their publication your health or dirt. Eating is common among children and the practice is usually short-lived and harmless and dateline London. James Calhoun of Richmond. Virginia flew in Thursday night with the treat for his meat hungry English relatives. It was a three pound state. Can't learn step down his suitcase. Put the rap stay on top of it and whistled for a cab as the a cab drew up in front a large airedale. You Up and back cal. Hernan his kinfolk had fish forgiven. Though some today's top news stories as reported in the newspapers of Friday October Sixth Nineteen fifty on your radio escape which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. I didn't think that given into less daddy's he kept going to be trouble. Though this plugging there'll be more. We don't get the noise away. Good Mon in Canton. Deity fell his. This come Wednesday night.

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"maybank" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The South Korean soldier now in the land of his red monitoring enemy finds North Korea people in shreds and tatters after five years. There's a communist rule that from how boil writing for the Associated Press oil continues. He also finds the North Korean civilians. Don't act like people who are losing a war. He walks sends several hurriedly raised victory arches of logs and pine boards spanning the road from Washington. Senator bricker the Republican of Ohio leader a pass fights against continuing federal rent control system. They they're extension. In modified born may be necessary when Congress returns November twenty seven his surprise statement to reporters contrasted with the view of Senator Maybank the Democrat in South Carolina that he saw no reason for Congress to revise the president. Local option rent law at the brief lame duck session after the election from Philadelphia. The eating mud pies. It seems is normal for children if your child eats mud pies don't worry about it and Medical Society of Pennsylvania said in their publication. Your health or Gert. Eating is common among children and the practice is usually short-lived and harmless dateline London. James Calhoun of Richmond. Virginia flew in Thursday night with treat for his meet Hungary English relatives the three pound state. Calhoun step down his suitcase. Put the rap stay on top of it and whistled for a cab as the cab drew up in front a large airedale you up and back. Calhoun and his kinfolk had fish forgiveness though. Some of these top news stories reported in the newspapers of Friday. October six thousand nine hundred fifty on Aradio escape which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. Aw I didn't think that given to us that easy captain could be trouble though. This plugging will be more. If we don't don't get the knives away. Good Mon in Canton Deity.

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"maybank" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:55 min | 3 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on No Agenda

"Have knelt before you wounded and tired, but steadfast commitment to my fellow douche bags producers, and slaves with nights and Dame's on the roundtable as witness. I request the title of. Sir, Sean dissenters night of the northern Everglades guardian of the waters that flow through, protector of Florida wild lands and train of those that drive airboats aka, sir, Sean for short hookers and blow us all on the table. Wow. We'll get an air boat ride from this guy. He has an air boat. That is very cool. Yeah. I've never been on one. He neither I've, I remember reading about though, in the happy, Hollister's book, I love the happy Hollister's Giga bombing around the Everglades, and they to get all kinds of air boat, rides in captive and Santa bell. The happy after all that folder. All he's not even on the list. But the list of what nights he is. I'm just kidding. Don't do that, to me, you, please do not confuse the system. That was that was a cold read, by the way, I like to hear it for the cold read very good very country, especially with using the athlete. Bologna accident, pretty phoney baloney. Sure. Hey, Moos, honor bucks some Haas. Karma coming. Somebody's way, at the end, Catherine white cell, and Maybank, Texas. We're that. I don't know where that new Shing in order. Okay. Fantasy douched. Have a birthday list listing for German? She's. The agreement they can get Dame Dame.

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"maybank" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:55 min | 3 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on No Agenda

"Have knelt before you wounded and tired, but steadfast commitment to my fellow douche bags producers, and slaves with nights and Dame's on the roundtable as witness. I request the title of. Sir, Sean dissenters night of the northern Everglades guardian of the waters that flow through, protector of Florida wild lands and train of those that drive airboats aka, sir, Sean for short hookers and blow us all on the table. Wow. We'll get an air boat ride from this guy. He has an air boat. That is very cool. Yeah. I've never been on one. He neither I've, I remember reading about though, in the happy, Hollister's book, I love the happy Hollister's Giga bombing around the Everglades, and they to get all kinds of air boat, rides in captive and Santa bell. The happy after all that folder. All he's not even on the list. But the list of what nights he is. I'm just kidding. Don't do that, to me, you, please do not confuse the system. That was that was a cold read, by the way, I like to hear it for the cold read very good very country, especially with using the athlete. Bologna accident, pretty phoney baloney. Sure. Hey, Moos, honor bucks some Haas. Karma coming. Somebody's way, at the end, Catherine white cell, and Maybank, Texas. We're that. I don't know where that new Shing in order. Okay. Fantasy douched. Have a birthday list listing for German? She's. The agreement they can get Dame Dame.

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"maybank" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Stay connected continues with one six one FM talk three sheriffs say North Carolina immigration Bill is meant to target seven newly elected shares. The measure would force law enforcement at check if an arrested person as a legal resident when they're charged wake sheriff Gerald Baker calls it horrible legislation still have those derived to do certain things. Now, you want to, because you feel so way about a matter. You want to use law to force us. Joining Baker where Mecklenburg county, scary McFadden and bunk comes Quentin Miller. The Bill might penalize law enforcement with termination, if they didn't check immigration status. Two men arrested in the shooting death of a taxi driver in garner last week, make their first quarter parents, their warrant says the two killed thirty six year old El Hajji sick over one hundred dollars. We've learned the name of the man who died in police custody in Greensboro, Kathy white says he caused quite the scare for Maybank dry family it. Began as a knock on the door. When Jessica Taylor answered thirty-five year old, Erin Andrews tried to force his way in she shut and locked the door. Taylor told her eleven year old son and four year old daughter to hide in a bathroom as Andrews, tried everything to get in ringing, my doorbell, non stop, begging my chairs against the door throwing some of the kids toys against the door just trying to break in Taylor says, Andrew seem very erratic when police arrived handcuffed him and turned him over to EMS for transport to the hospital. That's when the suspect became unresponsive and died. The FBI is still investigating. I'm Cathy, white WTI in craven county are looking for the person or persons responsible for leaving abused. Kittens on a bridge? They found several on highway seventy in James city. ABC eleven says they believe some of them may have been thrown from a moving vehicle..

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"maybank" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is Fox News. This report is brought to you by USAA life insurance company. Staying connected continues with one six one FM talk three sheriffs say North Carolina immigration Bill meant to target seven newly elected shares. The measure would force law enforcement at check if an arrested person as a legal resident when they're charged wake sheriff Gerald Baker calls it horrible legislation still have the right to do certain things. Now, you want to because you feel that way about a matter. You want to us law to force us joining Baker where Mecklenburg county, scary McFadden and bunk comes Quentin Miller. The Bill might penalize law enforcement with termination, if they didn't check immigration status. Two men arrested in the shooting death of a taxi driver in garner last week, make their first quarter parents, their warrant says the two killed thirty six year old El Hajji sick over one hundred dollars. We've learned the name of the man who died in police custody in Greensboro, Kathy white says he caused quite the scare for Maybank. Dr. Family it began as a knock on the door. When Jessica Taylor answered thirty five year old Erin Andrews tried to force his way in she shut and locked the door. Taylor told her eleven year old son and four year old daughter to hide in a bathroom as Andrews, tried everything to get in ringing, my doorbell, non stop, begging my chairs against the door throwing some of the kids toys against the door just trying to break in Taylor says, Andrew seem very erratic when police arrived handcuffed him and turned him over to EMS for transport to the hospital. That's when the suspect became unresponsive and died. The FBI is still investigating. I'm Cathy, white deputies in craven county are looking for the person or persons responsible for leaving abused. Kittens on a bridge? They found several on highway seventy in James city. ABC eleven says they believe some of them may have been thrown from a moving vehicle. I'm rob Stadler? From the JD service now plumbing heating and air conditioning, traffic center, crash on capitol outbound side at Burlington bills already backed up all the way back to five forty and a lot of folks already been using false of news. And Lewisburg rotas alternates also serious crash on Crete more Channing of built directions, just a bit south of highway ninety eight. Stray shower thunderstorm possible here overnight. Otherwise part that mostly cloudy skies, seventy two much better chance for.

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"maybank" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Would start on October. First, the Orlando city council will discuss the ban on Monday. Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO cleanup efforts continue across Ohio, after another round of severe weather. This man lost his house last night, just outside of Dayton. We'd been here twenty five years, and I'm happy that everyone was safe. Never seen anything like this of never been golden wartime. But I can imagine this is what it looks like millions of Americans remain under a threat of severe weather and tornadoes tonight and we do have confirmation that a tornado touchdown last hour in Maybank, Texas. That's just about sixty miles outside of Dallas, the host of jeopardy sharing good news about his cancer. Alex trebek's says the nearly three months after being diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. He's getting close to remission. I've always tried to be straight with you. And I'm not going to stop now. So despite what you may have heard. I'm feeling good. I'm continuing with my therapy. And we buy, we the staff is. Is already working on our next season. The seventy eight year old told people magazine is body is responding well to the chemotherapy, eight oh, four at news ninety six point five, WDBO, Wendy. No, it's all about the newest poker. This is Julie. Hey calendar. What's my morning like Julie's about to have a long day? Soccer carpool purchase or thank card nine five dry cleaning. Did you just go backwards? I'm sorry. I can't fit that question into your schedule. Fifteen pry four days that won't end let Shawn's help with swans. He can get volition meals like over freezer to table in minutes not hours ordered delivered done. That's homemade easy. Visit today, swans dot com. Let's see you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll.

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"maybank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Influential conversations from Bloomberg television. Here's Rishaad Salamat, joining us his Maybank asset management of Razzaq offense, brother. Thank you for joining. How would you the moment say the Malaysian economy is placed in how is it also place, given all these global global trade talks going wrong? I suppose you could economic you here as well. We expect the first quarter as you mentioned India to be lower than the quarter new to the peace in the thick and in the global feet. But for us, we believed second half. We'd be much better formula share even some of the things that have happened recently, especially in terms of their how demolition government is trying to prop up. Don't see economic. The counter global hit means so for. Sample of the. Cossack. Shen secta. They have mentioned Tim projected to continue with the school railing, and also in terms of the project that have been like to continue for this with the thing, the mission of the economy going forward. You're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app, or check your local cable listings, markets.

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"maybank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:19 min | 3 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The apology given last weekend by Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam over the offensive black face and clan costume yearbook photo that came to light north and said he won't step down. But the top two Virginia politicians who would replace north defending their own controversies over a sexual assault allegation. And another instance of black face the state is in political turmoil. But let's turn our attention. Now back to the medical school yearbook where the picture was published CNN reported that the nineteen Eighty-four yearbook in question at the eastern Virginia medical school or less contained several other racist images and that racially insensitive pictures in two thousand thirteen prompted the dean, Richard Holman to ban yearbooks altogether. Here. He is at a news conference this week as you know, the past EMS yearbooks contain. Shockingly appoint pictures that are anesthetic to the values and principles over professions. Some are shockingly racist some repugnant and others are professional inappropriate. We all recognize that racism and discrimination has no place in our society and certainly not in a health sciences institution. So the school has promised a full investigation. But many wonder how such racially insensitive images images were left unnoticed or unchecked for so long. And what does that signal of that race and racism in medicine if multiple racist images were considered fair game for so long who are these white doctors, and what are the locations for black patients with me now, Dr aletha may Bank. She is the founding director of the center of health equity, which is part of the New York City health department, Dr Maybank welcome to WNYC. Thank you. Glad to be here race and health are so intertwined should this conversation. Start. Well, this conversation. I mean, we can start at, you know, the incident itself, and I think you know, what does really demonstrates is that our medical schools across the country from being a medical student at one point in time myself are particularly challenged due to their pretty homogeneous student bodies that are made up predominantly white middle class upper students fairly ethnocentric by which people are evaluated, according to standards of the dominant culture, and and whiteness, and we know in medical schools that the proportion of blacks, Latinos and native Americans in medical schools does not mirror that of undergraduate programs blacks have the lowest admission rates blocks Tinos make up about eleven percent of the medical school graduates while representing more than thirty percent of the population states and only about ten percent of addition workforce. And so, you know, this is something that the medical culture definitely has to tackle. Because diversity, absolutely. Impacts patient care. That's given as well as patient quality. There is plenty of evidence. Over the years that demonstrates it demonstrates that physicians have been less likely to prescribe pain meds for black adults that's likely to prescribe antibiotics, doc shoulder and less likely to recommend standard of care for procedures for blacks and actually in twenty thirteen the institute of medicine, which is now the National Academy of sciences published a landmark study called unequal treatment where they recognized and they could all the literature together and found that a large body of research really revealed that people of color experience, low lower quality of services and Stacey Abrams during her state of the union response. This week talked about black women's poor outcomes in childbirth. How does race impact the outcomes with respect to how it intersects with medical care? Absolutely. It's a great point that she highlighted during her speech, very happy to hear that. And it gets in the conversation about a lot of folks tend to go to class or poverty as a reason why, you know, bad health outcomes, you know, we're currently exists. But the reality is at poverty like health is an outcome. Therefore, we have to really question what creates established establishes poverty in the first place. So we have to look at the root causes such as the political structural historical, cultural and societal factors all of which have been greatly influenced by our country's powerful system of racism, and politically this is really the leading lens of how decisions have been made around who's deserving who is not. And if we look at as an example, we know that home ownership is one of the the great is to be one of the great wealth builders for people in this country. However, this has not been the reality for blacks due to racist policies and practices such as redlining that prevented blocks from actually getting loans to to buy homes and this prevented blacks from building wealth. While whites were able to kind of go to the suburbs. Buy homes, and build wealth, and this has had an impact on income wealth where people can live and their health. And then this translate specifically to help data when we look in New York City, racial inequities still persists despite educational outcomes and income so black women or three times more likely to experience a severe event in childbirth than white women finish remains even after education was taken into account. And in fact, black women with college degrees or higher had higher rates of complications at birth and white women of all other races who did not graduate from high school? Listeners we can take some phone calls for Dr aletha may Bank founding director of center the center of health equity from the New York City health department about race and racism in medicine your stories your questions two one two four three three WNYC two one two four three three nine six nine to even in one thousand nine hundred eighty four it was late for people to be dressing in black face. But even in the twenty thirteen yearbook EVS students were making light of you know, we're we're posting racially racist images in that yearbook. How how where did you go to school med school, doctor may Bank, and how shocked are you by these revelations? I I went to med school at temple University School of medicine in Philadelphia. How shocked him? I I'm not. I'm not totally shocked. I think many of us I'm I'm identified as a black woman, and I've experienced racism towards me I've seen institutions also project racism as well. And I think, you know, medical culture is not alone in experiencing these acts of racism, most institutions that hold power or historically white and economically upper class actually be the culture of exclusivity, even if people are in positions of power on and we're talking about structural systemic racist for the dachshunds that really helped tenure for for decades. And so it's important to note that you know for this. You know, it's it's more typical for an individual active overt racism such as wearing black face or costume to get more attention mostly because it's covered. There are many more acts of interpersonal racism that occurs towards students of color. Pretty consistent basis that's similar to larger society the challenge and the opportunity here is to make sure that we do not only focus on the individual and interpersonal acts of racism, but recognize that racism is embedded within our institutions and our structures the laws that you know, that govern us, and it's that institutional racism that we need to really address that medical schools are neither dress moving forward. So in medical schools are race and racism talked about constructively, including institutional racism that might even be implicit or unintentional. Well, what we're starting to see? Now, definitely, you know compared to when I was in medical school. We didn't really talk about race and racism most most people didn't across the country. Now, you definitely see way. More people way, more med schools, addressing racism, pretty explicitly from having courses within their classes on implicit bias or anti-racism. And we also see I'm schools that have organized and their students have organized to demand faculty and that faculty had anti-racism training. I mean, there've been enough reports now by the association of American Medical colleges, you know, stating the reality of medical schools, the lack of diversity the physician workforce. And that, you know, there is a responsibility on the medical school to really step up, and and work in a land that is promoting equity and not just diversity and inclusion. Asian equity will continue in a minute with Dr aletha Maybank founding director of the center for health equity and the New York City health department will include your calls stay with us. Next time on the New Yorker radio.

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"maybank" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"maybank" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight six six ninety redeye that's one eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine. Let's go to Dan in Chicago, Illinois, Dan, thank you for waiting. How you doing, Dan? Hey, rick. I'm doing great and yourself. I'm doing well. Thank you. I don't mean to pick on California again. Well, why not? Maybe I do. Enacted a new law in two thousand nineteen for the trucking industry right with four and six hour break periods that obviously are contradictory to the rest of the country going to make it very confusing for jerkers that are going in and out of California window. I take a break when we're not to your break, California break, do I take regular break DOD break. I it's great. California is so overregulated. Going off memory. But I think what does it if you rest for ten hours. You can drive eleven if you rest for eight hours you can drive ten but with with DOT DOT regularly. Yeah. But California's separate you gotta take you gotta take a break a half hour break within an eight hour period of time, but California wants to do four and a six hour hour break. What what's the purpose in that? I I started thinking about that. And why you know, you can look at fees and fines and whatnot. But the other thing is is you know, the finish that often. Then I'll answer your question. I am a feeling. Well, I I think what happened was the government stepped in. And you guys are crazy. We got better roles. Follow the rules. We don't care what you think California. But right. The I think what they're trying to do is they down vehicles or the way it is. You know, Thomas we brakes, and if they say, I think that's kind of where they're going to. But who knows maybe they're just crazy? Yeah. And that is make any well doesn't make any sense because it came out of California that I don't know. I'd I'd have to take take a look at that. You know, there's they have I went down. They've got they've got all kinds of new rules coming out in two thousand nineteen for for truckers alone. In. They've already got enough. I mean, I'm looking at. But let everybody else smoke pot, right? Yeah. Exactly. Get behind you won't care, whether you're driving all anyone. Now that you can think Jerry Brown for that. I'm sure I think that guy stays high most of the time. Anyway, it just amazes me how they ended up firing him again. Well, listen, I appreciate the call, Dan. Please be safe out there. You know, the last call wanted to know about illegal immigrants illegal aliens column what you want. And whether they get welfare benefits are undocumented immigrants eligible for federal public benefit programs. All right. You gotta take this with a grain of salt, generally, no illegal immigrants, including Dhaka, by the way are in eligible to receive most keyword. There's most federal public benefits, including no the supplemental nutrition assistance program snap sometimes referred to as food stamps regular Medicare, Medicaid in keyword. There's regular SSI temporary assistance for needy needy families undocumented immigrants are ineligible for healthcare subsidies under the Affordable Care Act in there. Prohibited from purchasing unsubsidized health coverage on ACA, there's a lot of holes in what I just gave you there. A ton. Undocumented immigrants may be eligible for a handful of benefits that are deemed necessary to protect life or guarantees safety in bad situations, like emergency Medicaid access to treatment in hospital emergency rooms access to healthcare nutrition programs under. There's a special program for women infants and so on. Are the eligible for federal public benefit programs? If you have a lawful permanent residents, and that's your status. Yes. You are. But not until you've resided as a legal resident for five years. Well, you and I both know here's the whole. Hang up with this inter sanctuary cities changes the whole dynamic, well, California. We were just talking about how many millions of day do they borrow from the federal government for assistance programs? It's ridiculous. Are immigrants eligible for state benefits. Well, here we go in some states. Yeah. Twenty-six states make immigrants eligible for state funded benefit programs. Most of those states either offer assistance to families or provide access to health care or insurance. New York has won the safety nets assistance. California's got the Cal fresh food assistance, California's cash assistance, you know, what's the protocol for mixed status families. You got some of them that are undocumented some that are residents. Well, here we go like any US born citizen US citizen children of illegals can receive federal benefits. If they meet the eligibility requirements without a penalty. So I've heard this argued back and forth. How much money the legal immigrants us from federal public? Benefit programs. It goes back. I think about four years it's it's up in the air because of the sanctuary cities and the sanctuary city numbers throw, it all out of whack if you ask how much to immigrants contribute to support public benefits. Well, both documented and undocumented immigrants, according to the left leaning sanctuary cities pay more into public benefit programs than they take out now. I'd say, okay. Supposedly three hundred and twenty eight little over a billion in state, local and federal taxes. You know, here's the thing. I don't understand the sanctuary city status. I don't I don't get that. Why why would you take legal residents of your city which would include legal immigrants, but why would you put them in harm's way by welcoming in people that in many cases haven't been vetted because they don't have any documents to vet. You see what I'm saying? It doesn't make any sense kin in may Maybank, Texas, Ken, thank you for waiting. How you doing Kim? Very good. How are you? I'm well. Thank you. I just wanted to chime in. I'm glad you said what you said. Because I read a report that seventy five percent of all illegal immigrants coming into this country acquire fake ID's. And then they're get these benefits. That's just what I read. I don't know if it's true or not. It makes sense, you know, how many border crossing cards. We give out. I mean, one of the biggest one of the biggest areas of illegal immigration come from the border crossing cards. We give out we give out over a million a.

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Asia shares stricken by trade tension, dollar holds gains

BTV Simulcast

01:49 min | 4 years ago

Asia shares stricken by trade tension, dollar holds gains

"Trump was aware of the payment did not constitute a campaign finance violation dale says she was paid to keep quiet about a sexual relationship with trump global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries i'm yvonne man this is bloomberg so become read in with a check on the markets asian stocks getting caught in a red for the antiquities are providing some relief ozzy shares are extending gains forty fifth day as recently battered banks are extending a recovery but banks are tumbling and singapore so singaporean stops are stopping a four day rice rationing its recently claimed spot at the top of the heap in asia hong kong shares are under performing justice jami filed for an appeal which expected to be a headwind for liquidity so with the intensification that high rates may jump that is supporting the hong kong dollar while the hung sing is that session lows the hong kong dollar that is set snappy four day decline the indonesia rupiah of that is getting punished as the pain spreads in the space it's heading for that more team thousand level and the ringgit that is softer for a seventh straight day the longest losing streak in sixteen months but maybank says the rickett remains cautiously supported amid broad dollar strength and in the lead up to elections next week the yen that is catching a bit as the dollar fails to test a year nate hi with dollar both likely disappointed that the fed was less hawkish than expected last look at the ten space ozzy the best reformer here popping after the trade surplus came in wider than forecast for the month of march for the aussie dollar does remain exposed to downside surprises as bets on an rv rate hike this year benazir parkway's cba just among the latest voices to see that rate hyping push back to the first half of twenty nine thousand nine hundred that's a look at the markets in asia.

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