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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Aftershock near Santa Rosa. On Michael castner. Carol messer. This stock has been on a terrible Tim stevan. So take us into the economic impact. And the reporters and editors you trust. Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Weber. Bloomberg businessweek, weekdays at 2 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio. In this time, it is wrong to receive extraordinary record revenues and profits, benefiting from war and on the back of our consumers. Our proposal will raise more than 140 billion for member states to cash in the blow directly. Of the European Commission just a bit earlier today. She went on to talk about rounders, too. How it's performed baseball. You don't need to do this. About half of 1% also Tom. John, I also just Vander Lion is a former defense minister of Germany's encyclopedic on Germany's ability to help Ukraine. It's something people don't know. On the mistakes have been made. Yes, but she's truly encyclopedic on their military ability. Santa, I don't know if back with this trevon a word over at JPMorgan. Oksana on Europe. We've had a lot of guests on the program and they approach the situation in Europe as follows, not if there'll be a recession, how deep it will be. Do you have the same approach right now? Yes, definitely Europe, of course, is dealing with issues that the U.S. is somewhat insulated from we talk about energy and how energy has led up here in the U.S., for example, but European gas prices are on the rise again. And so without a doubt, there is definitely a lot of focus on how deep that recession will end up being and we're seeing it in investors being to the extent they're underweight equities are really majorly underweight European equities, specifically, a much, much less so in the U.S.. They're essentially flat in terms of their U.S. equity exposure. So without a doubt, the issues there are much more significant we're seeing it in higher spread slightly more elevated spreads, lower returns year to date. So absolutely. Right. What's your visibility to 2023? I'm fascinated by the September reset. It's way too early to talk about a yearend review, but do you have any view axona to how to invest into 2023 or you just making it up as you go? I will tell you one thing I take a lot of issue with what the market is pricing in for next year, which is nothing other than the fed making a U turn and becoming accommodative. And it is quite clear to me that the fed is going to pursue its aggressive stance and eventually become perhaps neutral, but not accommodative. And that's not what our prices are reflecting right now. Someone earlier mentioned our last hiking cycle, the 2015 2018, which was extraordinarily benign. We had inflation at barely 2%. We had a higher unemployment and still we had, for example, in a lower credit spreads after the last that high back then were in the high 500s, 5 75 if I remember correctly. And today, when someone talks about fair value and credit, what's really what's fair valued right now, high yield is pricing significantly below 20 year average. Forget, 20 year recession average. So I think there is definitely a lot of complacency since still being placed into this market being priced into this market. And we need to really be focused on high quality floating rate, very short, but floating rate preferably. And really wait for that capitulation point. That will be my tip off to start to really get more aggressive. Just to put a bow on this, how much of your portfolio is in cash like instruments and how much have you been building that? So we came into the year already quite defensively positioned. And we've been building it throughout the year. Yes, we've been tactically trading, you know, the curve and taking advantage of the backup and yields at the front end of the curve, but as far as sort of more strategic allocation to longer term risk in the interest rate driven or credit driven markets, we've really tried to stay back and actually build our liquidity. We are still or actually have arrived now at around 70% liquidity, which is focused again on those high quality floating rate structures. And we think that that capitulation point will happen we're just starting to see markets reckon with the reality that this fed means what it said with the reality that higher cost of capital is not going to be great for fundamentals. And even this is really important to understand that we don't need to see a 2008 or some kind of dramatic recession occur. We just need to see historic defaults or defaults start to move toward historic average in the corporate sector of three and a half percent. Right now they're at one to start to see those spreads wide and dramatically compared to where they are today. Oksana, you need to let us know when you're ready to put that cash to work. We need to cash out when we get to that moment. In some hour enough for JPMorgan. In fancy talk John, 70% liquidity floating rate. She's on the edge of the triple leveraged all cash flow. I would say that was pretty gloomy, pretty bearish. Yeah. I have to say, that's a lot of cash bramo. 70% liquidity at what point do they get the conviction to

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Medical care. I'm Jim Forbes. You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol messer and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steinbeck from Bloomberg radio. Earlier this month, Carolyn and I traveled to Grapevine Texas to attend the BNY Mellon Pershing insight 2022 conference. Those in attendance were, of course, talking markets and the outlook on the heels of the Federal Reserve's first 75 basis point rate hike since 1994. Also on the agenda, technology, and to help us understand the massive impact it's having on the financial services business, we spoke with rom naga pond. He's chief information officer at BNY Mellon Pershing, and here he explains why he advisory industry is going digital. Technology drives every one of our business. It used to be thought like the business is actually using the technology, but I wanted to say being a CIO that the technology actually drives the business. As you could say, and you said all these folks here, they're all showcasing technology, even though there's a business behind it, that's the one that drives them. And we're excited. And BNY Mellon Pershing. We are also showcasing a lot of advancements in what we're doing with technology. So what's the continued digital disruption impact on the advisory world? But the pandemic actually accelerated the adoption of digital. But I think there's more room for that. There's more digital adoption needs to happen in the advisory space. Because there is an expectation from the investor that it's a 7 by 24, any time any place, I want to be in touch with the adviser and get the service. That was not the case maybe three years ago, but now the expectation is like that, because every other businesses has changed, you know, there's a contact plus everything. You walk through this island, this thing is scanned the QR code

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg daybreak Asia And at 6 30 a.m. in Hong Kong I'm Ivan Mann And I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York new trading week underway in the apac region and we're a few hours away now from the march readings on Chinese wholesale and retail inflation We'll be talking about that as we continue here on daybreak Asia right now Yvonne and I are going to update you on a few of the sours top business stories Yeah still about the fed Doug Cleveland fed bank president Loretta mester says she's confident the U.S. will avoid a recession as the fed Titans policy even so messer said the inflation rate will probably remain at more than 2% into next year Here's mister on CBS's face the nation I think that it will take some time to get inflation down because as you know there's other things going on in the economy that are adding to price pressures including the commodity price increases in energy price increases that are happening as well So I think inflation will remain above 2% this year and even next year But the trajectory will be that will be moving down That's Cleveland fed bank president Loretta mester heard here on Bloomberg fed officials have said they're open to hiking interest rates by a half point at their main meeting to curb inflation Well here in the states earnings season begins in the week ahead and the big banks will be the first to report We have more from Bloomberg Susanna Palmer Goldman Sachs JPMorgan Morgan Stanley Wells Fargo Citigroup all set to report quarterly earnings this week JPMorgan Wednesday and the rest on Thursday Investors will get a look at how banks dealt with the onset of fed tightening to stem arise in the rate of inflation and also the onset of the war in Ukraine Susanna Palmer Bloomberg daybreak Asia And China is taking aim at the way social media platforms serve up ads and content to hook users Authorities are kicked off a formal campaign to rein in the potential abuse of algorithms The cyberspace administration of China said it will conduct onsite inspections of firms and the agency will also ask them to submit their various services for review much of the focus is on large scale websites platforms and Internet products with big influence Tencent and ByteDance are among the firms with heavy reliance on algos And that may have been one of the reasons that we saw weakness in the NASDAQ golden dragon China index here in the U.S. on Friday We were down for a fourth straight session and in those four days the golden dragon index has lost more than 11% Coming up on 33 pounds the hours we get you caught up on the market action we were talking earlier about expectations for hot readings on the factory gate inflation number for China We'll also get to retail price inflation And then importantly here in the U.S. Tuesday will get march consumer prices so there's a lot of conversation in markets on inflationary pressures that are building in the risk of inflation or rather recession We heard from January the chief economist at Goldman Sachs on Friday was saying the fed may need to hike rates past 4% to cool an overheated economy Now the dollar has been one of the beneficiaries of the backup that we have been seeing in treasury yields a ten year at two 70 now a two year at two 51 We had the Bloomberg dollar spot index rising Friday for a 7th straight session by about one tenth of 1% We've got a weaker yen here at one 24 33 Chicago nikkei futures now less than a hundred points above where we were in the cash market Friday in Tokyo WTI crude oil now flirting well we're holding just above $98 a barrel here in the electronic session And I mentioned the weakness that we had in the chip stocks Friday here in the U.S. with the Philadelphia semiconductor index dropping 2.4% much of this pullback was tied to worry over Chinese demand particularly given virus restrictions not only in Shanghai but Shenzhen as well Take another look at market action for you in about 15 minutes All right let's take a look at global news now The campaign for prime minister has begun in Australia at Baxter has more Ed Yeah this on your right with the naming of May 21st as the election Bloomberg's.

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 10 months ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Soaring The Bloomberg business week podcast with Carol messer and Bloomberg quick takes ten of them What is an apple developed car to look like The days breaking global business finance and tech news along with smart analysis This stock has been on a tear The Bloomberg business we podcast We just get like 20 seconds from you on Bitcoin Listen today on Bloomberg radio dot com the Bloomberg business app or subscribe on Apple podcast The markets in focus every business day the Bloomberg markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller Are there some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to We've got a vaccinate the whole world of Nelson of the days Wall Street action What's the thought on apple here from Bloomberg intelligence Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmaker The bond market was the boss Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Beth Miller Subscribe to day at Bloomberg radio dot com The Bloomberg business app or iTunes Before and after the pandemic Is it driven by politics or by science Then maybe how we keep track of our lives from here on out What do you think the political effects of that impatience will be And through it all there's been Bloomberg If we begin on Capitol Hill the most accurate business world and healthcare news before and after The fundamentals do not justify this price action Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Would you say it's more important to gather information fast or to have it first or to be the most accurate Make it really move the needle when it comes to programs The level of support you get from companies for this What if you don't have to choose It also has enormous importance for the labor market How do they get ahead of different administrations We see this move towards digital currencies Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening What was that Is we're not closing things down We're not asking people to cancel things and what we're saying is that people will understandably not want to catch COVID in the next few days or ever And the sensible thing to do is to get boosted now and exercise caution That's what we're saying UK.

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"messer" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"messer" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

"I don't understand how that was not considered domestic violence. Although it could have very well have been A mental health crisis. I still feel like because he had visible marks that it was a domestic incident. Do they both have phones or are they sharing phone so that has been clear to me. I believe he does have a own but regularly doesn't use. It was what i kind of gathered or assumed. Okay or maybe she's posting like maybe they're posting for each other or whatever like minimal use of the phone Because i know that she was reaching out to her mom Face timing at least three times a week and then Let her know if she went into an area without service But when i checked his instagram it looked like he was posting pretty regularly. And i don't know if that was part of them trying to get into you know blogger type of lifestyle But both of their instagram's are really pretty. They have really pretty photos like really pretty aesthetic So i just have so many questions. I know that there was one Post or several posts about Gabby hiking barefoot. Because that's what. Brian i saw that too wanted to do And i thought that was interesting. I didn't find anything weird about it. I didn't think it was totally insane or anything like that. I find it unstable really if he was interested in living like a very minimalistic nature based lifestyle. I think that's kind of cool. I don't think it's weird We'll even liam messer from teen mom. I think she believes in like grounding and stuff and like being with earth and so maybe that is just something i mean. I do believe that that could be real connecting your salary nature by walking barefoot. So maybe that was the mindset. Yeah totally are you guys. We're gonna take a quick break to talk about one of our partners zok doc. I know that we've talked about them before. But for those of you who are like me and you need a doctor and sometimes you need them now not in a few days or a few weeks and definitely not an a few months if you need to see.

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Only at Banana Republic Factory is Bloomberg Business Week with Tara Messer from Bloomberg Radio. This week was another tough one. In the battle against the coronavirus. We saw the first hit cups in the distribution of a covert 19 vaccine in the U. S. The headlines were equally difficult globally with that in mind. Bloomberg. Quick takes Tim Stenton back and I caught up with doctor Steven Corwin, president, CEO of New York Presbyterian Hospital, who The New York Times called in the spring. The CEO at the center of New York's coronavirus crisis. The first confirmed case in the New York area was in one of New York Presbyterians hospitals last spring. Dr Korn began, though, with what today looks like we're seeing a significant increase in covert cases. Worried about 25% of what our peak Woz in in the April timeframe. And we expected quickly to go to the 30 35% range by Christmas time, if not a little bit after, so we're seeing a significant uptick. The good news is That people are less sick with the virus. A zoo we see it, and during April we had a mortality rate in the hospital of about 20% extraordinary. Now it's down to about 5%, which is still horrific, especially if it's your loved one. But but much less than in April, so I would say we've got Rough 4 to 6 weeks ahead of us, But I think that we'll get through it. Especially as we start vaccinating people. Quick follow. Do you anticipate that we're going to get back to those levels in terms of hospitalizations and case is what we are there, but in terms of hospitalizations that we saw back in the spring We hope not. You know, we're clearly mindful of that are modeling which show that we would peak in the in the middle of January. Unless we have A really terrible Christmas season in terms of people traveling and avoiding social distancing and masking. We still haven't seen the full peek of what happened in Thanksgiving. So that really is a variable that That relates to this directly. So, um, certainly no one wants to go back to where the city was in April, and we certainly don't on so again. Until we get mass vaccination, masking social distancing, washing your hands. All the things you keep hearing about become really critical. And I empathize with our elected officials in terms of How much of a lockdown do you need to have versus not? I think A lot of it depends on how much viruses is circulating. Dr Corwin. Why is the mortality rate gone down? So much? Is it because of what? We've learned what you've learned since March since April, is it because the hospital is not strained in the same way Is it because of therapeutics? I think first. The answer to your question is, I really don't know. To be honest with you. I do think that we certainly know how to take care of the patients better. Rendez severe steroids. It may not be game changers, but we know how to use these drugs. Um, with the masking and social distancing are people getting less of a viral load when they get sick. We certainly seen a shift to a younger demographic who tends to be less Sick with the virus. On Do your point. Any system over that gets overwhelmed. It becomes more difficult to save lives, so the ability to not give the hospital overwhelmed. I think plays into it A swell so all of the above. But it's gonna take us a while to sort through this virus becoming less virulent. We don't see that. But that's that's going to take time for us to figure out one thing that you just said, really struck me. People wearing masks that you get less of a viral load. I haven't heard that before. What does that mean? Well, remember, you know masks. There aren't totally effective, but it helps. It helps toe filter out particles. And so we used the N 95 masks when we're caring for patients. On that clearly prevents inhalation of the virus particles. So wearing a surgical mask, not only protects the person that you would be breathing on, but also helps to protect you. And if you get less of a viral load, you may have a milder, milder infection that if somebody gave you a full viral load, which is clearly what we saw in the beginning of the pandemic Hey, what do you make Doctor? Corrine? A new mutation of Kevin 19 turned up and I guess more than 1000 infected patients in the UK and was Been blamed for more rapid spread of the contagion. Does that make you a little nervous? Does. I mean, I think that this we know that the virus has many, many mutations. I mean, this is not the first one when people went on holiday this summer, they came back with a variation from Spain, which appeared to be more virulent and caused wider spread. So this is not surprising. Viruses like anything else mutate over time. The fortunate aspect for us Visa VI. The vaccine is the spike Protein is the key in terms of inducing immuno Jenise itty. And so knowing the spike protein on developing the M R in a towards despite protein. I think we're in pretty good shape, regardless of the Variations now in terms of making sure that the vaccination will be very effective, right because that's what I've heard that the current vaccines still will work on these mutations. Is that correct? That's correct. As far as I know. Yes, that's correct. OK, and I think that because despite protein has not changed, right, so it's not is it the mutation profile is not what we see and influenza. On. I think that that's encouraging and we're very bullish on the war in a platform and the vaccine. So, Dr Korn, I want to ask you when your interview that time when you were interviewing the times back in May, you noted that our assumptions around pandemic preparations were flawed are their assumptions were making right now about this wave of the covert break out. This other wave, another wave and about the distribution of the vaccine and the impact that will have might some of those assumptions be flautas? Well, we grossly underestimated pre pandemic, the amount of protective equipment equipment we would need for personnel protective equipment. We have over 90 days supply for every major category of that. We had issues in terms of do we have enough ventilators? We clearly don't have that issue. Now We know how to create extra ICU beds, and we know how to create staffing models that protect our patients. So From that standpoint, we're much better off where I think that we can make a mistake is a country is to assume that the vaccine's here we can let down our guard. And let's go back to business. As usual. It's going to take a while for us to get to herd immunity. And so we've got to do two things simultaneously be really stringent about the guidelines on by separating ourselves from each other. As tough as that may be. Andre let people get vaccinated and educate the population on the vaccine. We have. Ah, lot of the population is skeptical of the vaccine. Our populations of color who have been experimented upon the past. They're skeptical of the vaccine, so we've really got to educate the population as to the safety and the efficacy of the vaccine. That skepticism is what worries some about our ability to reach herd immunity when it comes to the virus that was Dr Steven Corwin presidency of New York Presbyterian Hospital. Running Bloomberg. Quick. Take anger Tim Stenkovic and me. You're listening to Bloomberg Business week coming up the pandemic didn't come with a playbook. And yet leaders this year drew on many.

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Business Week with Tara Messer from Bloomberg Radio. We're gonna wrap up this week with something that seems just about perfect for a Bloomberg Business Week, listeners. It's about a new a part series set in a fictional investment bank in London. It was released on HBO earlier this month Created by two former British bankers. Its pilot was directed an executive produced by Lena Dunham. It is called industry and full transparency. The Bloomberg Terminal Well, it's got a recurring role in the Syriza. We headed to the UK to check in with Mickey Down, and Conrad K writers, co creators and executive producers of the new series We met at university where we did, like, basically nothing, and I mean we were supposed to go that toe. Could we just made each other laugh? Quite law wayward too little bit by the end, and we got you got to the end and you're doing the final then you think? Well, I need to get job because everyone has to have one. You look around particular everyone have the job in banking. It seemed so it was a mixture of fear and peer pressure. The pressure us into that world. Andre Conrad's father was in banking as well. So make visible the familial pressure, but That we weigh after Taxi. You come out. You have that pressure, and then you You just I see passing the often right? Yeah, I realized I was very ill suited to it, but I sort of liked the world like this sort of weird. They're sort of the paraphernalia of the place and Conrad had been there for a moment and rock started three years when I started trying to pull him out of it and say, Come on, Mr right together. The first thing you wrote here that she was a banking based script. Make this more sort of salty exercise for us man. It was a very good tool, but it's sort of opportunity. Actually, if we could write together, and then we could have put that decide for a bit and then We're doing some other stuff developing on TV shows. And then we met this producer Could Jane Tranter, who's the head of the company? Bad Wolf, who made industry and she said, You know, have you ever thought about writing something so the world of finance because obviously you guys right now, he said. There we have. It was a great woman. Very good. A tall, she said. Well, have you thought about writing from the perspective of the perspective of the people right at the bottom? Because you guys, I mean, I can't actually that that's probably better. Right there in front right Derivative version of Wall Street is what we're trying to do before and that was sort of one. Not the whole thing for us. I mean, like we wanted to write. At that time we were up. We were much younger, so we wanted to write to the mid mid twenties relationship show. Character Confederation ship shown it was. It was a way of doing that, but said in the ecosystem and well that we could way thought we could rent a very authentic and I want to get into this relationship. But I'm curious, Conrad. You do not like the world of banking as much as Mickey didn't Um, no, I struggled with it really was the thing about that thing about the industry's You kind of your force, especially our basic. I was doing a kind of like a roll recession sales in American bank event. I was forced into American extra cells. Um And what I realized very quickly. I've had two basic pick up the phone and speak to people about stocks. And there'd be no they don't for like 10 15 20 years. I'm supposed to tell him something new and interesting, or given a bit of edge to invest in these stocks. And then you you know that had a profound academic knowledge. And I basically just reading a research man parathion to them tonight. Those super out my dad myself super uncomfortable calling them because I was like, you know, even though I had a very good research department above me, I just fell fell and therefore very insecure is that it was one of those things. We have to imagine calling up an expert on telling them pretending that you have an edge and something that they know. Everything about and then trying to bluff your way through it. I just I don't know. I felt very uncomfortable doing it, so I wasn't very good of them. Probably. That's probably why I got fired. But what's really fascinating and I've been reading about this about the Syriza's well, is that you know you really have a diverse cast and when I think, forgive me. But most people would agree that when I think about the financial community certainly here in United States, it doesn't feel very diverse. And Nikki. It feels like you know, is that how it is in London? Do it actually sort of a mixture because we wanted to write from the sort of unexpected vantage point to show another sex will lead us. Writing from two device of the people coming out into it for the first time, you know the grads, but We all just wanted a It was a very cynical but you want to the great characters that you wouldn't have you said expected in that world where that's the way that's the way And that would be. It would be the most interesting that said. I mean, like, I was really sort of quite blue blooded, very old investment Bank in London, the European Sam And that my mind my mind myself, direct line managers, black French woman, So I felt like, you know, there were there was a long one was diversity and I think he's patient Get credit for a night and contracting attempt. No, I mean trading tools so that they are. I mean, they 7000 meritocracy is and you know we can unpick whether that's true or not to the cows going to have some time, but I think they are quite international pages so you could get quite diverse range of people. So one thing I wanted to get into with you guys is How much Alright, let me take a step back. I've talked with the creators and the folks behind billions and they really tapped into the financial community talked with hedge fund guys and And individuals to really kind of put as much reality into the show. So how much of your own kind of world How often do you you know, Call up somebody within the financial community and say I need a couple of stories just so that you can you know you could include it in the serious and I just wonder Comrade Let me start with you How much of that maybe kind of made its way on screen. Not me. I mean, obviously quite long. I mean, between me and Mickey. We have, like four years in the industry ourselves. A lot of the ways people talk to each other, and, you know, certain cadences of the language and On the jug and was very, very important to us like I mean name make you big fans of any kind of films that feel events inside baseball. Absurd for us to come to, you know, have experienced the world but not version of it. It felt Very specific and very offensive would have just didn't do it. The service On so we will not confident right thing the way people speak to each other and wait trader's daughter cells People self. These people put the traders but then in terms of the actual story lines, obviously No, there was there aspect of it, which we bought to ourselves in terms of the kind of the wider making sure everything checks out. I mean, you know, we have a very big episode in episode forwards or one of our lead characters makes a mistake around, eh? Um, So you know, dollar check that she's running a long dollars selling position into into nonfarm payrolls and No, that was stuff that we didn't feel very comfortable modeling or even beating out in terms of stories. So we had a couple of consultants you talk about Harper. Yeah, exactly Right. And we had a fight with a consultant works in foreign Strange object, and Morgan and Morgan Stanley who sort of work from the show with us. He was a former managing director there, and he basically, you know, just, you know, it was very important not only get a story because right between her covering her trading error with white back office and stuff like that, but also making sure that When we were doing all the price action on the Blue Book, screams of.

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Socialists Make A Strong Comeback In Bolivia

All Things Considered

03:17 min | 2 years ago

Socialists Make A Strong Comeback In Bolivia

"Socialist appear to have made a strong comeback yesterday in Bolivia's presidential election. All of the votes have yet to be counted. But the handpicked candidate of ousted President Evo Morales seems to have taken a big lead in the first round. Those are supporters of socialist Louise Arcee, celebrating in downtown La Paz. NPR's Philip Reeves has been following this from his base in Rio de Janeiro and joins me now. Hi, Phil. Hi. Remind us what set the stage for this election. For the past year, Bolivia has been ruled by an interim president from the political right. Yeah, This goes back to late last year, when Morales was pushed out and went into exile. His opponent said he tried to rig an election. They cited an audit of that election by the Organization of American States that showed numerous irregularities. Others dispute those allegations and say Morales was the victim of a coup on elected interim government took over headed by right winger call Ginny Anya's. It's had a rough ride and yes crackdown on the opposition. Several dozen of Morales is indigenous supporters were killed by security forces during protests which polarized country of more Then the pandemic arrived in the electoral authorities postpone the election twice and that triggered mass protests and Nation and the nation wide blockade, and people were worried that yesterday's election would bring more unrest. But that didn't happen happily. So with all of this, how certain are we that the socialist Louise Arcee is actually one? Yeah, I mean, it doesn't appear that he's run out, won the first round outright, his main rival, Carlos Messer, today, conceded Saying that people have to recognize there's being a winner. The interim president Ginny Anya's tweeted, congratulations to us in his running mate Very early on Mexico in Argentina, You know, two big regional players politically on the left, have publicly congratulated him. And so, by the way is the U. S. Polls before the election did show us He was well ahead in the lead, you know as well in the lead, but his chances of winning out right in the first round weren't Sena's full. That great unofficial vote count indicate he's actually done that. But this hasn't been officially confirmed by the electoral authorities. They say the official count could take several days to complete. Can you say Maura about thie us in support of our say the U. S. Did concur with the allegations of border voter fraud committed by more Alice? Yeah, when they ran, it was pushed out. The Trump administration was frankly delighted, is a huge figure on the Latin American left. He was Bolivia's first indigenous president. He ruled for nearly 14 years. He's credited with growing the economy a lot not least through nationalization and lifting millions out of poverty with the help of a C who was his economy minister. S O. The prospect of a socialist comeback in Bolivia isn't likely to go down well in in Washington, the right wing tends to bracket morale is with Venezuelan Cuba and you know they saw his fall is a defeat for international socialism. But the State Department certainly saw the writing on the wall and has recently been saying it will work with whoever is legitimately elected. That's NPR's Philip Greaves. Thank you so

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And now to the band's classic albums are back on Rolling Stone's top 200. Al, I'm Jim. And I'm Susanna Palmer. In the Bloomberg News Room. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said a robo call citing President Donald Trump spurred division and violence this by directing Orthodox Jews to protest virus fighting restrictions in Brooklyn's Borough Park neighborhood. How ugly how divisions How poisonous At a news briefing yesterday, the governor played a recording of the call. The man on the recording claims he spoke with people in touch with the Trump campaign. The Trump campaign denies that. John Henry's Fenway sports is in talks that would essentially take the Red Sox public. This would be in a merger with the acquisition company, Red Ball more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. This would combine Fenway Sports Group with Red ball in what could value. The combined company at $8 Billion Red Ball is an investment company. It's Colette by legendary baseball executive Billy Beane of Moneyball fame. And it's a special kind of company known a suspect. Essentially a pool of cash raised from investors, with the goal of acquiring a target now emerging with specs is becoming a popular way to go public. And if this deal goes through, the Red Sox would become an asset in a listed company that would also include Fenway's soccer team. Liverpool, Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg Radio Epic games failed again to force Apple to put fortnight back in its APP store while the game developer pursues its antitrust claims against Apple. A federal judge on Friday rejected epics bid for a preliminary injunction that would have required Apple to reinstate the battle Royal video game in the APP store. Apple had removed fortnight back in August after epic set up a direct pay option. Foreign game purchases that found a way around apples pay system stocks had a winning week. The S and P 500 Rose 3.8%. The Dow gained 3.3% the NASDAQ Up 4.6% this week Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. BusinessWeek with Carol Messer and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg Radio. Jason Killing and I'm Carol Master. Welcome to the weekend edition of Bloomberg BusinessWeek. It is week 30, mostly working from home and a common thread to the weak, Jason. Of course, the virus and whether or not more relief in the way of stimulus was coming or not, that guided the trade in the financial markets. I also got to the trade when it came to one stock. We're talking about Eli Lilly. Absolutely, You know that company coming out with an antibody treatment, putting it out for FDA emergency approval. We caught up with the CEO of lowly David Ricks on what his company is working on where he expected to be and where the broader pharmaceutical industry is in fighting the virus plus We need solutions that are larger than the problem that we seek. Operation Hope Founder and chief executive officer John Hope Bryant on the plight of America's middle class, particularly for people of color. And sag after a president get railcar terrorists, you know her from 90210. She leads the massive union that's trying to get its folks backto work in TV and film. But first, let's go to the cover story. A White House covert outbreak is America's pandemic failure. In microcosm. That's right, Jason. They're the remarks there, written by Rob Linger through his healthcare reporter. Earlier this year, he wrote another cover story about Ram death Severe, and this week As you said he's taking a deep dive into the White House. Koven outbreak. We got more from Rob and Bloomberg BusinessWeek editor Jill Weber. Everything basically started a week ago when Jennifer Jacobs Wonderful, D. C based White House reported for Bloomberg News actually broke that hope picks had it. Had tested positive and then you know, basically a bunch of chaos started. Tio ensue. And you know, within a couple hours way had a positive confirmation that President Trump had tested positive and then we just started to watch. More and more people close to the president come down, and so we turned to Bob because you know, there's a political story there to be sure. But you know, the one that really stood out to us. Was this the the health side of it right and the science side of it and the disease side of it, And all of those things are things that Bob knows incredibly well. And you know this disease as he points out in this remarks make makes no exception of anybody. It does not care what your stature is. Like. What What President? What country You're president of It is just ruthless and relentless. And I think we've learned a little bit along the way and Bob, like I wouldn't mind actually just kind of opening up with that question. What did you learn? Over the past week about Covad. Well, I mean, it. Just it emphasises just very clearly. How how infectious how easily it spreads and how tricky of viruses is because what happens is that people are very contagious, often a couple days before they get in any symptoms. That's one of the peak contagious period. A lot of the spread occurs before people have symptoms. Symptoms at all That is made that that maybe something that happened in the White House that's different from some other diseases like stars are most spread occurred when people had symptoms. So what the White House did, and this kind of emblematic of the whole way? The administration has approached his pen down, make that kind of relied on kind of a single silver bullet. Quick fix, relying on a kind of Abbott laboratories rapid test, which is a perfectly good test. But if you use it correctly, but it's really supposed to be used for people with symptoms to confirm a diagnosis and get some ice like them as soon as possible. It's not supposed to be used as the sole line of defense..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That was Nicole Wilson reporting at the very latest. I'm Jim. His Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Messer and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg Radio was a big week for New York City restaurants after six month pandemic and do shut down restaurants in the city. They're allowed to reopen, endure dining with some restrictions and capacity. And it's going to still make it really tough for them to run financially, and we've gotten to check in a number of times throughout the pandemic with Daniel blew one of the best known chefs in the world hears what he had to say. This is really happening in New York means so much because Wei have been found for eight months with no restaurant inside. Uh, thanks, God. The city up in up the street on gave the opportunity to have a sidewalk cafe. We did our best with that. Ah restaurant, Danielle, with Daniel bloody kitchen. On the re opening inside a 25%. I felt that I wanted to also try toe. Set up a mood, which was maybe a little different, a little more disrupting and on DH, maybe a seam where I didn't get a chance to go to the south of France. Summer on every year I go to France, and I always go to the south of France. But many, many Americans And, you know, destination vacation, the military and they always make people dream. So I felt that I should do a restaurant who express a little bit of a journey to the Mediterranean. Through the flavor of the dish is through the mood of the restaurant, so we transformed the restaurant into bullets. Your mayor. German bullets, famine. Bullied by the sea as my last name doesn't love it. I love it. I love it. And so, Daniel, I mean, what's been so interesting and instead of keeping up with you throughout this is that This is obviously challenged you as as a chef in many ways, but it's really challenged you. I feel like as a businessman, in many ways and as a manager of your people, So tell us about some of the sort of key decisions that you felt like you had to make for your business. Of course, I mean, it does. We'll all look down on DH. All my colleagues looked down little by little restarted initiative to bring back off. And about a month and a house after lock down We started food first..

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With Carol Messer and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg Radio. Alright, tempted a little business week. Economics excited to have with us a cz we often do. Andy Brown, editorial director for Bloomberg. New Economy joins us on the phone from New York City and Andy, this is your column is such a perfect companion piece to a conversation that we had last week with Peter out Water talking about the case shaped recovery because I feel like you provide a lot of rich new material. For that entire argument. And the headline really says it all The rich stay home and the poor get poor. Tell us what you set out to do. Yes. So you know that the central feature of the government's response all over the world to take over 19 has been locked down, right? So basically the wealthy going to the office. They are traveling on business. And this has been absolutely devastating for workers all over the world who look after the relatively rich When they're on the road or in the office. They feed them. They make sure their lodged and chard and clothed and groomed another wife, pampered him and fussed over one in four American workers actually engaged in Delivering these kinds of personal services, and just suddenly that whole industry came to a standstill. How quickly do you have a sense yet on how quickly things like that Come back, as if once we get whatever letter we're in here, K the W l shaped recovery. Is it A one for one, or we going to do less with this job was interesting. I was just talking just a just a few minutes ago to Tom Layton, whose CEO of aka my chunk of Internet traffic all over the world, he said. He just told me he said, a majority off jobs office workers he thinks will not go back permanently that they will, you know, stay at home. At least part of the time airlines. I think I think it's dawning on airlines at that. Business travel is not going to snap bag, but exactly I'm going to go back to sort of jumping on a plane for one hour meeting in Singapore or Rio or something. You know? So so this is this is really this is a This is a permanent condition and don't get so this is this is on top off the health problems that these workers. These frontline workers have software. They, you know they had the bulk of the infection. Many of many have died in this and now they're suffering from this economic catastrophe and many a woman Many of minorities and all over the world, many of migrants in total migrants as well as international migrants, they're taking the brunt of it. And so how do we measure this? And how do we get our arms around the scope and especially when it comes to The poor portion of the population. It is huge. I mean, you know when you talk about working from home or going out on a Zune Colin instead of leaving on an aeroplane, they basically this is aspects of digitization on digitization is just accelerating at an astonishing pace. I mean, the Tom Layton told me into that traffic. You seen him?.

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"BusinessWeek with Carol Messer and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg Radio. All right, so let's talk a little business Week economics and now it was a big day for data. We talked a little good, some bad some good some bad. So let's figure out what it actually means. We're saying good afternoon to you. Elena Collectivist in the US economist For Bloomberg. Economic Strangers on the phone from Long Island. Gilling, How are you? Afternoon, Jason very good, very well. And there is some good days some bad and that highlights what is going to AA after to the U. S economy. I think the good ones retail sales, obviously for the month of June, But that's in the past The data sale and Be ah, stubbornly elevated levels of unemployment benefits, telling us that the economy will not be able to continue to recover on it sold, the economy is approaching cascade off cliffs. Including the expiration of unemployment benefits in the pop up off $600 the funeral's protection program will stop accepting the applications in the beginning ofthe all this And on top of that we are getting the A lot of different mortgage. Forbearance. Splints expiring well, so You know, big consumer me find themselves between the rock and the Hartley over the course of the next several months Billy payment coming due and no money to pay them. I mean, we cannot underestimate right, Alina, how important these relief programs have been for supporting the economy. I mean, it's we know GDP. Not great. We know that. But imagine without these relief programs how much worse it would be, and without these relief programs, how tough it will be to get to a really strong recovery or stronger recovery. Absolutely they rob us honest of the recent data is by no means an indication off the economy that convertible on it, So instead, it's a testament. Of the timeliness so far, the unprecedented policy response and actually the need for more. So I think Congress will agree on on extended a by the end of the month. But it will be slightly lives generous and with an intention to incentivize people to go back to work in the real work out there. Yeah. So as an economist, How do you view that? I mean that taking it strictly through sort of a date a lens knowing the models as well as you do talking to your team like you, do you, Elena? What? What is the right policy response here? If you were to design it So the $600 top up for unemployment benefits in many cases exceeded the previous paycheck. Basically, one person was employed and People started getting more than they were before the crisis, so adjusting and calibrating this additional unemployment benefit would be a tremendous help going forward. So on the one hand you need to incentivize people to go back to work. On the other hand, you really need to compensate. A person who is not responsible for losing his job just because of what happened and support income going forward. So topping unemployment benefits at 100% off the previous teacher would be one solution. Tarting. It didn't have a mean cutting and have $600. They pay top up off $300 would be an easier solution. But in some cases, it will not do well calibrated, right? Yeah, there's a bunch of fat speakers. You go in the Bloomberg right now on also bluebird dot com You're going to see you know a bunch of statements. Andi events where a bunch of the Fed presidents are speaking different events if you will, and you got the Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic. He's saying that the U. S economy leveling off amid the virus outbreak, and he says, you know, real time data Realty time data. That they are getting today is suggesting again that leveling off in terms of level of business activity in terms of the amount of jobs that are being returned to the economy. You know, he's just talking about nervousness Exactly to what you're speaking to you, Elena. About these relief programs that if they don't come or if they're smaller, or there's delays, there's another one by the Chicago Fit. President Charlie Evans says he still expects positive economic momentum in the second half. How are you guys calling the second half of this point? So, yes, you're right this Ah lot of policy speeches right now, and it's very hard to keep track of it. But the whole idea, actually, the There are a lot of Similar themes throughout all the speeches, and it's about the topic ofthe incident. So the incident he's extremely elevated. This is something that Little brain that the board member for the highlighted yesterday, part policy, uncertainty and economic uncertainties. Extremely elevated and in this environment is very much Up to the policy makers lawmakers to keep to provide that breach going into the second half of the year. Going into Fine when the health crisis is over, and it will be over. But in the meantime, policies what is absolutely essential? Yeah, Data manager Tio catch up with the theme of the day. Don't you think, Jason? What's that? We need more relief. Yeah, I think so. I mean, certainly we heard it from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. And and I think killing. You made a really interesting economic case and also helped us understand Some of the contours of this and part of the debate is what is the right amount. And is it just you know you cut it in half is that sort of to essentially Not dull, but but not sort of nuanced enough to really help solve the problem that make you question right? And I think House Speaker Pelosi saying, You know you get hit every target. It's gotta get to the right groups of people, state seeming municipalities. I take another element. We didn't talk much about that. But we know that that Eyes being debated while you'll initial. Let us thank you so much. I was good to catch up. Yeah, great to catch up with her. She is our secure US economist with Bloomberg Economics Charlie Evans also saying that the economy were will we gain what was lost in the middle. Or late. 2022. Well, it's a long time away. That's a long time away. Yeah, I mean, you've heard that from some industries, right? Like the travel industry. We certainly said it's going to take a while for that to come back. I mean that you've got some people saying business travel will never recapture what it wass and 20 motel You're skeptical. I am. It's interesting tea up to Helen. Optimistic CEOs. I'm starting to hear like you got to be in person. You gotta have meetings together. Get a see face to face. I'm hearing more of that right now. All right, let's head to Washington. Now, Nancy.

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The NASDAQ failed to hold on to a record intraday high. Several U. S States hit new highs and daily case than total infections are set to reach three million. European Commission for its part, thinks T virus will hit the confidence economy harder than previously estimated its now forecasting a contraction of 8.7% to Syria full percentage point deeper than Previously predicted. Meanwhile, the Brazilian president is the latest world leader to test positive after consistently underplaying the threats posed by the pandemic. And then on top of all of that, you have some fed speakers as well. That came through with some commentary overnight. Let's head back out to join for Boris. He's the head of research at K to Asset Management. He's still with us, George Loretta Messer from Cleveland from defense. Cleveland noted that a leveling off of activity district Ahn is calling for more fiscal support. The talk ofthe town is like a trillion dollars now in terms of what could come next. What's your sense? Yes, they're sound words. That thing to reinforces Our view. Here is additional fiscal stimulus in the U. S economy Regardless what happens post election as well. Additional steamers programs coming through Congress before After the election as well. Additional monetary and monetary support. Compliment the fiscal on and that's going to happen right across the J 20 is the automatic Very clear. Governments around the world have have made it very clear. I don't want to, uh, recessions toe hurt like the market in a in the traditional sense of previous decades. And obviously that ruins. The process mechanism has been diminished in that within markets, so More fiscal stimulus coming more similar after the election, J 20 as well and more monetary support. It's whatever it takes, I Draghi has won the war of words and Even I copy they bear J policy of many decades. But that European twist to it, and now the globe is absorbed, and that's the policy prescription and very, very difficult to be shorting. Sustained periods in this environment. So let's just step that for clarity. The vice chair also spoke and he spoke on CNN, he said. Look, there's more that we could do talks additional forward guidance, but he also says there's a lot of accommodation. There's more that we could do this still more than we could do if we need to. In the form off the balance sheet. So Really This is a message is it's a message for Is this a double backstopped? As Bene Mon said, for the credit market, an extension of credit and on an extension. So what's already been iced as a presumption is on our jumping off 0.9 a double backstop for credit. Exactly and obey triple backs up and down the capital structure determined to ensure that functional as best as I convey, particularly not only the senior on security but also the subordinated and the UN righted off the high yield. Very determined to ensure those capital markets are functioning in part as economy to come back online, and we get to see what the damage wass, which will be their aside sometime next year. Where does that leave us with some of your conviction calls storage in terms of what you're telling clients to do right at this minute with the geopolitical tensions in the background with the US election right around the corner. And with the impact of Corona virus more broadly on how we think about asset allocation. A great question very quickly and oversimplified going into the pandemic. We had hard cash writing. We are long, short manager Global Asian off the different regions coming out of the pandemic on the back of the multi trillion dollars All about the multi trillion dollar fiscal policy policy with more coming. We were effectively long so long, like cash coming in to the end of the quarter on this is the longest amount of short we've had across their portfolio. 21 years. We've gotta go back to the 2012 16 period when the did the Kuwait so we are maintaining those long positions, cognizant that the bulk of the rallies happened. Looking for opportunities to short selectively, but sustaining though it would be very difficult, so we are looking for that stimulus to writers throw its invasion a PS recovery. Within a long got a W economic recovery. The difference between those two float and I'm speaking quickly is that extraordinary amount of steam Listen the system tonight with an extraordinary man a steamer to follow. The only thing you missed it there was by the dead, George. Boris. Thank you very much. Head of research. I Katie hasn't management a ll the shapes off your economic recovery..

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"messer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on KTRH

"4th, 1983. Here's Frank Messer with the call that day on W P x TV on the field. Congratulate wey. Welcome back in Award winning calmness. Mike Vick are from the New York Post to Mike. The interesting thing about that Dave Righetti. No hitter was the fact that, of course later in his career forget he became best known as a closer for the Yankees beginning the very next year, and he had over 250 saves. Yeah, became a terrific relief that you're almost a prototypical relief pitcher, a cz that position involved And it's funny because he was always kind of reluctant, reluctant closer. He always wanted to be a starting pitcher. Always thought of herself in starting pitcher He was rookie of the year for the Yankees is a starting pitcher. Obviously, the moment that lets you play the most is when he strikes out Wade Boggs and finish out his no hitter. Yankee Stadium on the Fourth of July, and at 93 was, which was the first no hitter for Yankee since Don Larson in the World Series in 1956. So in when you talk to him today, you know he loves talking about that day. Just because of how meaningful was Effecting one of the first guys agreement and after it was Greg Nettles, who was his mentor on the Yankees. Everything about that day was so meaningful for him, and I think it really does kind of make you wonder what would have happened if they had decided to make him a relief pitcher because he was very good starting pitcher. And he had the chops to be a starting pitcher. But he was also a team force player, which is the reason why ultimately he embraced becoming their closer. You know, we can't forget that July 4th was the late Yankeesowner George Steinbrenner's birthday, so Getting really delivered for the boss on that day, right? Yeah, and start but I never forgot that he's the cues. He was a very sentimental, very emotional guy into the end of his life last time, but it would always talk about That game with particular farm this because of the meaning it had foreign. Both were being a birthday gift, but also because he certainly understood Yankees history and the fact that it was the first no hitter in Yankee Stadium since the Don Larsen game. You know, Mike, There's so many incredible moments at the old Yankee Stadium, but because this one happening on July 4th, does it, nudge it up there a little higher. I think it does in the fact that it came against the Red Sox probably helps and the fact the final outcome against Wade Boggs, who attack that time was the greatest hitter in baseball. So you're talking about earning a no energy to get the 27th out against Wade Boggs, who was a hard out no matter wedding, which face you think that makes it a little extra special. And, of course, the fact he was wearing a Red Sox uniform. Really kind of make sense. Told me that many three wasn't necessarily the teeth of the Yankees Red Sox rivalry the way would become later on in the way it had been previously. But obviously Red Sox being in Yankee Stadium is always a special moment on the Fourth of July, and a no hitter taking place that you kind of multiplies it. These days. It's not unheard of for president to appear in NASCAR races. George H. W. Bush tended a summer Daytona race in 1990 to George W. Bush attended the 2004 Daytona 500 President Trump was at the Daytona five harder just this past February, But in 1984 NASCAR was still very much a southern sport. When the Gipper met the King on July 4th. That was the day Ronald Reagan became the first sitting president to attend to race taking in the Firecracker 400 at Daytona International Speedway in Florida. Pride to the race, he spoke to the crowd about the meaning of the day free country, a country where no one need live.

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KGO 810

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Messer was not from home live we moved quickly T. on it that might not the veterinary affairs reporter for Israel radio and television a senior Middle East analyst for the Jerusalem center you don't have good morning to you in Israel tuitions Malcolm wants to touch on quickly with your what wisdom the first is the Jordan Casteel Malcolm asked the question yeah well first of all it's good to have you second the a yeah I'm Jordan signed a natural gas importation agreement in twenty sixteen but now I think the first shipments have arrived and yet there been very strong protests against it so what do you think the the quizzes opposition coming from and you think the king can withstand the pressure Hey it definitely be a demonstration of the made to order and against the say Kaif Neil with Israel is started the few months it will really be a coverage then initiated by the Muslim my brother hold their moment a native Jordan and then left we kid the Jordanian parliament the made the decision a to cancel BCS these with these rail and the transit of these decision to be a little bit in government aid to implement the a of course the the decision of the parliament in the contradicting the peace agreement between Israel and Jordan a one of the items of the peace accord says that the able Scott this would encourage you to call my send the in between them and of course this is against the the peace accord but the the parliament is little beside the Jordan Hey they all the sole decision the use of the king itself can double dollar and the vehicle make a decision well what does he want to go a B. says the local a repercussions this such as the season tool still together with these if to remind you that we have the peace accord with Jordan from nineteen and ninety four and did they get their water from Israel and they also have special status in there and then to the mound a the custodian of the only places there and he's the goal against Israeli this guest feel they might lose the Walter and there might be a lose their special status in the temple mop in which it was a very important for the soul a yeah I did I personally believe that they they can resolve their tool it picks up to a standstill and we can say that it's only so far it looks like a hold here and all of the children in a position and will could you comment a little about the recent wave of incendiary balloons coming from Hamas in Gaza towards Israel why they did it why this up take and also honey as really strange let the foreign tour will even going to stone the money's funeral which arose a lot opposition within gun now come who is ten AM please identify the leader of Hamas yes the Hamas the Hamas the war lord please go ahead yes yeah well he's a blue on the schools long St towards Israel but the actually this is a message Alfa must to Egypt a saying to Egypt Luke we control the situation and the stability in the Gaza Strip and if you Egyptian the one to break a any action against the Selena dnia a traveled the tool to have time to participate in the funeral of custom Slimani a if you will take any actions against the M. A. weekend there'd be stabilize the situation not only in Gaza but also in Egypt because they whatever happens in the other street there is a difference of the stability in Egypt and so I think it's a little more warning do more to the agency and then to the Israelis that day S. forty somebody let me Vesey we actually receive the the Egyptians violate that eighties promises a when they they give you permission to go to leave Gaza sweep a to a trip abroad AT promise them that they would not believe that they have on any vehicle would visit there on the back of his promises and there'd be the looked up and is that their their education their national on our is a effective he made fun of the Egyptian they leave the sheep and the rejection intelligence so they want to be a big vanzil Hamas and the a a apparently we stay longer brawl these doll making it big two or a more than thirteen was in a Cup and always in Malaysia and the of course he was in a near Ron and use a actually collecting money for tourism on a for a military wing of Hamas seated in a sub district and the the military power of Hamas in Gaza street and the second issue is the internet and the elections will be in the Hamas he needs the money for the primaries on the campaign that police thought the that's a year and because their college my shot another senior a Hamas rule a was a once in the head of the Hamas movement he wants to compete again and then to a pulp it'll be a a Regina man let's call it up in the region will be slain in the album Abbas and you want to be reelected so the sole competition now with a live issue of Hamas and the a they have truly a hundred muscles said that the way they the goal and that the the vehicle this lady let me the airline is a strategic mistake because now we called it because a a Hamas is a slow night soon night to a movement and the the sheets should not be in contact with the Shiite there would be a you run it with the leader of the Shiite world your name of the targeted killing of Solomonic did that rock Hamas where they were they were they prepared for Hey seeing that the heat defective older leaders of the terror organization over that made me believe they I think that people is a very a mop the immortals with president trump is very effective they after a killing gay bull bucket in but the the the the the a bill that I see and now with a limit making a the biggest danger that we believe a which was custom solely money actually I think that the leaders of the whole world should learn from president trump up well to fight terrorism because there is a a almost a software defect in exceptional feeling about blocked out be then it one of there could still be climbing job a a November in and got the three please stop completely the targeted killings of the leaders of the Hamas and Islamic Jihad and day users to the top these metal they rebuilt the Smith told him there's we stole a prompt it took a very bold their decision and the villages of leaves us with the fall of the staff and also stopped a feeling these a terrorist leader because this is the only way is that the fact a really affects the the terror organisation Yanni than men awesome is a veterinary was a favor reporter.

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Twenty twenty I'm Carol Messer along with my co host Jason Kelly and stocks once again Jason under pressure losses in Europe in Asia overnight as well going concern that the virus spreading from China could curb global growth that's really it really is what it's about well and we're in a quarantine situation of sorts and now you have the U. S. government essentially saying to US citizens to Americans maybe think twice about going to China so we're going to get into all the implications that the market implications the economic implications and importantly the medical implications are okay to that over the next few hours first up the let's get to your top is a store to check on trading here is Charlie thank you very much happy Thursday to have both a little change right now in the S. and P. five hundred index yes lower but down now by one point a drop of less than one tenth of one percent nasdaq could see a record up five points now it's ninety three eighty nine that's a gain of about one tenth of one percent and the Dow lower by sixty one points down now by two tenths of one percent we've got the tenure of ten thirty seconds at the old one point seven three percent gold is up two tenths of one percent so fifteen sixty two the ounces and West Texas intermediate crude a trading that have been trading below fifty five dollars a barrel WTI now at fifty five twenty four down two point six percent Brent sixty one seventy six breakthrough down two point three percent so stocks are fluctuating at dodging the worst of losses in Europe in Asia as investors evaluate the risk that that deadly respiratory virus spreading from China could curb global growth will have more on that topic coming up right here on Bloomberg businessweek again recapping here equities trading mix we've got the S. and P. lower little change right now down now by one point nine Charlie palette and that is a Bloomberg business flash Charlie.

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"messer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"messer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yester Jimmy G. that is not bad so bad Messer G. levels you that was me early in the show that was you I can only be one Hey you're trying to goad me into doing the house on the market I just sat there was quiet that I I did to the entire so that you did it many years ago if I just stay quiet I know you can't resist it now that's hide my weight I love that so how helpful he don't well you could do the entire so I think it was a seventeen minutes long you can also like I could do it all you can Mike may ask really that as well your GM of the you know Barcelona is raiders that's weird yeah so in writing yeah Mike is done that before on some dress shows is done but I think it started out by but they're looking to fill time before eyes and runs is forty Mike is done the whole thing wow was well you never know anybody's hidden town was not hit as metallic down if you make a public it's not but yeah well I mean it's not even a talent I guess they gave me another side of song lyrics because I would say or do a lot but I don't think I would ever do that America myself the level but you could do it I cast so good I never thought about it I when when I did that about a lack of he threw the bottom block I guess of those jobs at the times that Hey this is over it was right before the show in a big thing for the show and we did all the really evil but towards when you won that then they handed a bottle of vodka like ten of noon in our show started at noon yeah bad idea I think we should do a shot of vodka when every character changes in that song then we'll see if we can get hurt on the left every last about twelve fifteen of the the over view remnants from the via the forty Niners and the NFC championship game Super Bowl odds have come out view of the vata here the most common in order match ups for the Superbowl chiefs defeat forty Niners that's number one the car's odds number two is forty Niners to V. chiefs in two by the way you probably have done this because maybe this is maybe this is bad luck but if you have you've probably thought about how you would in the NFC championship game hi I have a daughter that you haven't thought about that now wow will you will you think Jeez if there's this kind of play of there's this kind of play like we've we think about that well on the gun goes yeah I mean it's just really not ahead of time like it's like the what you're saying they call when the game is over and they're going to provoke as what you're saying yeah you think about it would be no I haven't thought about it yet but I will because there is the I mean those are ones you can kind of think out yeah you can't think on a play call because you don't know what the blazer to me but if they're enough it's a situation like Saturday's game where they have a sizeable lead in the fourth quarter and year Connie get down the gun yeah I guess I'll have to think that out that be cool I mean I was only back to Miami last time they won a Superbowl was at Joe Robbie stadium I'm just saying we're playing the Will Smith my everything I think after like we to new work we were willing to work and we're having literally after they beat Cincinnati there too and I started that what they they they destroyed since it did there for the testing we got her ready use week three oh I thought you said yeah I did start playing it right away well I just remember because last year was so bad and you and I if we go all the way back to beginning we said god thank you go to and if they go to don't think a one and one on that road trip to start the year that you're there stand back there they give a one and one maybe two and know how would it be that those first two are really important which is ironic because throughout the entire season we would say all this Packer game is really important this ravens game all of the Seahawks game all the Seahawks again all the saints game like all through the early and they all are they are I mean Green Bay had the same record as the forty Niners yeah he didn't win every single game this game Sunday would be at Lambeau field do you want to do that for late kick off their so it's not entirely different it's an entirely different deal so it's a Hey you know you were picked up by the Miami thing early in the year that when I first really thought it was when they be Green Bay yeah they have never ever the twenty fourth and it's not just how that that they be to much how they beat up and they they just beat the crap out of it was that made his boat race done in their past Russian you didn't have the four digit have kwon Alexander that game to them Joe Staley didn't have Robbie gold but you guys miss the game and they just were all over him and now those guys are back so now it's San nonsense so odds wise it's chief defeat Niners number one right now on the board forty Niners defeat chiefs chiefs defeat Packers then forty Niners defeat Titans Packers defeat cheese follow a blob of the top two are either chiefs over Niners Niners over charging states that match up America wants is the job all right forty Niners chiefs the bowl well that's still not to his duties comma Joe's gonna be rooting for that evening yes nineteen think about the endorsement opportunities for Joe he seeing dollar signs is that good yeah let's do the job all you have an autograph session it'll be mentally ill charge would you like me to send the chiefs Jersey or the mariners Jersey it's going to cost you it charted make big money on a flat so I agree so whatever you can see the first million dollar guy in the NFL was even better he was you mean like a million Bucks a year he did yeah I think I know why recording I usually buy by Lamar hunt I think by the forty Niners I mean it was nice he was he was the first guy to make a million dollars a year and a half I don't even know me when he's double check that I think I read that the da da da da da da well they're saying USFL I'm not counting that we saw Steve young wait forty Millia thanks to I just remember there is a Steinberg Daily Express yeah Steve got a lot of money let's see I remember in eighty nine I think Joe Montana got like a four year twelve million or thirty million Abadi went bananas three large cheese well that's three yeah that's a lot knows it was you know was the first to make a million a year and so I'm looking at her magic when the Lakers sign magic to a twenty five year twenty five million dollars and it was a million a year of it was for twenty five years I don't know like you like when catfish Connor and read you didn't get a million a year yeah in nineteen ninety Montana signed a milestone contract of four and thirteen at three point two five year so that's still way more people in here that was that was still the forty Niners yeah a five million dollar gas it's a mouse but I've I am sure I could save it for tomorrow maybe it was Joe earlier yeah am I the only reason I thought I read that but I could be wrong on that well what do they get in the eighties after you know each after he beat Marino maybe right around that nine find out special coming up next I tease the one story I hope that is enough to keep you yeah the whole erection story I'm not read that one let's see in in in in okay the these are a these are little borderline today well that's a bit for you know not for me hide the women and children I just read off the top for my stack here is it is give me that these Ogden's what do you what do you are you have a a caboose file that you keep yeah I do yeah never gets the picture this one of the leading voices as this email is a file in his left of let's say we see it as the tech guys well all these deranged items I always wonder why the tech guys always look at me weird like I'm just looking to boost or they do they walk by the you know the little window that you can peek in here they could the tech guys runner always giving me weird looks that's the first are we always look at a check guys we're it's triple check out the idea that the thing is like they know they're smarter than us they know my file a night when I sign into a computer their pro like little boy here we go let's go see what he's looking at it's like when you go to the genius of our it's really a genius all right we'll will give the caboose we'll check in with TKB we'll do it all coming up next but do remember this find segment sponsored by you a local three ninety three you a local three ninety three arrives in thousands of construction workers in the plumbing pipe fitting and HVAC service technician fields in the South Bay we build it right the first time okay boosted up next on these four seater.

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"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:48 min | 3 years ago

"messer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Carol Messer energy to Kelly plenty had few in this hour of Bloomberg business week including a couple of deep dives Carol one into the tech world one into the world of manufacturing and airplanes first up though business week turns ninety a look at how the magazine has covered business through the decades ninety years of business week magazine so many changes over the years including two weeks of the name someone with deep deep deep ties to business week is none other than Jim Ellis all the way back to nineteen eighty he is seen some things he's here in New York City talk about business week when you joined in nineteen a what was it like all it was a a different magazine obviously were different place different owner but there were a lot of things that were surprisingly the same as always been a big fall that we do more than simply report the news what we want to do is add in sight and you know add analysis so that the reader can you know not just sort of federal chronicle of what happened this week but also why it's important why it matters and what might become of it in the future and that's the value add that I think is sort of gone all the way through on ninety years what's really funny is that there are three people this that that section of that covers ninety years of business week kicks off identifying three people who span the entire lifetime the ninety years of business week you are one of them not that you go back ninety what's fascinating is this whole idea of you know editors in an individual's passing down kind of the history of the market that's one of the nice things about our magazine is that the other is a lot of continuity I'm at work with people who I have literally known for thirty years right and but one of the nice things about that is that we've seen a lot of things happen in business and there's a lot of contacts that you know we already know we're not inventing you know sort of what I rush around all my god I was there at the opening of Disney world I'm so embarrassed to say I cover that and me I but I cut the tobacco business and fast I've been the editorial page editor I'm a lot of things here and so a lot of us can easily shift between stories and we all hope we can add a lot when we were with young reporters as well because we've seen a lot of these stories before the surprising thing about business is that as much as it changes a lot of the themes you know that we thought of when I was young in this business you know so changing technology changing roles of you know who the consumer is changing roles of women in business all of those that work yeah issues thirty forty years ago our issues today well and Jim one of the roles I believe you playing keep me honest here is you're the chief of correspondents so you were dealing with all the outlying bureaus which for so long and obviously now in a different context at Bloomberg that really feeds the magazine and a lot of ways it gives it a feel I should say that is far beyond just a bunch of people in New York gather in a magazine tell us about that that's one of the strengths that we've always had is being able to have the bureau system our system of reporters around the world who are you know sort of close to their companies but also picking up information that it's often difficult to get if you're seven time zones away but you're having people in Asia back before before the time handover Hong Kong before China was completely open allowed us to be early on stories like that and understand a lot of why things either happen very fast or they don't happen nearly as fast as a lot of people in New York saying that my we've been booed benefited from yeah a having those beer is back in the day but we're especially benefiting from that now because Bloomberg has a huge editorial staff they were able to draw on you know for stories for reporting for inside for you know it it it this is a wonderful place to work simply because you've got you know over two thousand journalists and analysts who can sort of the throw into a story if I've got a question or problem about something I can call somebody tomorrow in a crock I can call somebody tomorrow and you know sort of Singapore and we can talk it through yeah you really get a feeling of what's going on on the ground and it's so important in terms of reporting tells a lot about a lot more about you know three women into the magazine and the consumer to like how it's kind of a volatile exchange because originally business week was heavily sort of based on economic covers eighty and you can imagine and written by men yeah I made about you know when it started the year of the Great Depression started and so therefore a lot of the early years there was a huge emphasis on the economy which was you had completely fallen apart and the other with the debates about whether Keynesianism about yeah and we were a big player in that but as the economy strength and all of a sudden the other magazine gets an opportunity to shift along with you know society in looking at other things first was the notion that you know the consumer was changing all of a sudden we had people who said one size doesn't fit all it's not Henry Ford again saying you know you can have the model T. in any color as long as it's black right yeah all of a sudden market segmentation became this big deal and also new businesses were popping up because technology was suddenly inventing new industries new things that were more consumer focused and what happened is that you know we had to figure out ways to cover that but also management had to figure out ways to manage that so the idea of a professional manager came up because before you know you sort of war in the business you state insurance tire life but then in the fifties and sixties especially the notion that there could be the NBA's these these professional managers who could learn how to run a business and not have spent thirty years and we were early on that we were back in the nineteen fifties in the early fifties we wrote about you know this notion of ten a manager be actually trained it was paid to Alfred P. Sloan who is the CEO of General Motors and famous management guru right and who who decided to give five million dollars to MIT to open up a business school and people were like what in the world as a whole for me had a general manager can be taught and we spent a lot of time talking about you know what are the cons is whether the negatives and and sort of we were early on that and it it's served us well and obviously in the by the time we got out tonight in eighties we were doing business school rankings and you know and and the NBA was considered to be while but at the time we started covering this the whole idea formal management education was was considered to be the sort of friends thought that's Jim Ellis our business editor he has been at the magazine for forty years and what's really fascinating we highlight that through three individuals they basically their tenure at the magazine covers the span of the magazine in its entirety Jim is one of them he is and his perspective having overseen the correspondence for the magazine now looking after the business section he knows the stories from a lot of different perspectives you're listening to Bloomberg visit coming up Peter call a healthy back to tackle bubbles in.

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Zimbabwe court to rule Friday on opposition's vote challenge

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Zimbabwe court to rule Friday on opposition's vote challenge

"Through the one does of modern technology. I spent most of yesterday in the constitutional Kuta Zimababwe as the opposition argued that last month's presidential election results should be thrown out alleging that only massive doctoring of the vote had kept Emerson one and Gaga in office when and Gagua claims to have won the poll with fifty point eight percent of the vote in the first election since the asking of Robert Mugabe in November last year off to eight hours the court retired to consider their verdict and will convene again on Friday afternoon.

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A look at the 3 Americans detained in North Korea

The Brad and Dan Show

01:04 min | 4 years ago

A look at the 3 Americans detained in North Korea

"The workday visit cintas dot com there's a report of a south korea that north korea maybe center released three american prisoners moving them to a hotel visit ahead of a planned meeting with president trump after the summit between the korean leaders last week south korea's president thinks president trump should win the nobel peace prize and some republicans in congress agree the letter sent by eighteen house republicans intend to members of the norwegian nobel committee makes the case for president trump to win the peace prize indiana republican luke messer a senate candidate in his home state revealed the letter that says the president's peace through strength policies are working to bring peace to the korean peninsula you have both leaders talking about a united korea talking about ending those nuclear programs than the north korean leader has already ended his testing program there are major steps happening president trump plans to meet in the coming weeks with north korean leader kim jong hoon a summit that could be officially announced what the time and place later this week in washington jared halpern fox news.

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Republicans sign letter saying Trump should win Nobel Peace Prize

24 Hour News

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Republicans sign letter saying Trump should win Nobel Peace Prize

"Plan late night debates on the budget package and the hope is for passage late tonight i'm tim mcguire a group of house republicans is pushing president trump for the nobel peace prize because of his work to ease nuclear tensions with north korea ap washington correspondent saga megani reports from the white house eighteen republicans have signed a letter to the norwegian nobel committee saying the president's peace through strength policies are working and bringing the regime to the negotiating table a meeting between the president and kim jong and could be announced this week south korea's leader had earlier mentioned the peace prize as a possibility saying trump could have the prize if the korea's could have the piece president moon was very nice one as suggested i wanna i wanna get peace indiana congressman luke messer unveiled the letter on twitter he's running for a senate seat while several others who signed it are running to become senators or governors saga megani at the white house the obama foundation says it's partnering with the city of chicago to include a public library branch at the yet to be built obama presidential center chicago public library board of directors president lyndon johnson says it's a big deal the first time in our nation's history a public library will be included in a presidential center johnson says the libraries more than a place to put books there are shared spaces and community gathering places there are theaters and art museums are job training and citizenship centers the facility must be approved by the chicago city council along with funding for everything from staffing and books technology.

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Auction of Zsa Zsa Gabor's personal items earns $909,000

Indy's Morning News with Tony Katz

02:03 min | 4 years ago

Auction of Zsa Zsa Gabor's personal items earns $909,000

"To who are you going to trust i don't think you can trust these guys congressman todd rocchetta at the start of last night's debate on wish tv for the republican senate primary all three candidates saying they agree with president trump and his decision to strike syria with missiles on friday without congressional approval congressman luke messer the president drew a red line on on chemical weapons in syria and then when that red line was crossed this president showed strength and responded in a measured way former state rep mike brown also agreeing with the strike against syria i think that in this case he got the response right on the money and i think it sends a clear message to everyone there that you can't take him for granted he's going to do what he says he's going to do and i like that the primary is tuesday may eighth a fight among one hundred fifty people at a sikh temple in greenwood involving a dagger and pepper spray police say several people were hurt but didn't say how many that fight yesterday afternoon at the temple on graham road and it started when the folks were fighting during the temples election just walked in and started yankee one of our the committee members that's on the current committee someone grabbed his beard and pulled him down and after that we were just chaos everywhere none none of the people hurt had life threatening injuries and so far no one's been charged and alert issued then shortly canceled at iu and bloomington when a man was seen with a gun near seventh and indiana streets us sending out a text to students to take safe shelter and locked doors about a half hour later the university issuing another statement saying the person they were looking for was found off campus and taken into custody your indiana pacers winning game one of their playoff series against the the cavs in cleveland ninety eight to eighty victor oladipo scoring thirty two points yesterday in the win but he says his goal now is set on getting that next playoff win just focus on my team focus on the series taking in one game time right now focus on game to game two is wednesday night in cleveland tip off at seven and you'll hear the game on one oh seven five and ten seventy the fan and if you're a country music fan.

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