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"mike holland" Discussed on WTOP
"A steak knife into her purse. Big delight took a whole place. Knock now. Or. Let's go party. The Bella boo Barbie cafe, which operator bucket lister calls an immersive 1970s beach experience. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Denise Pellegrini on WTO. It's three 41, a chef and Baltimore is trying to do his part in eradicating an invasive species in the Chesapeake Bay. Chef Zack mills with the true Chesapeake oyster company has been frying up blue canned fish since his restaurant opened four years ago. He's now helping get the word out about the importance of catching in eating this species. Blue catfish were introduced to the Chesapeake Bay in the 1970s as a sport fish, but have since affected the natural blue crab population, which has been declining for years. It's estimated that a single catfish eats one or two crabs a day, mills is now sharing his favorite fried catfish sandwich recipe with anglers to see that recipe head to WTO P dot com. News. If you're a fan of baseball, you know the games are shorter this year. That's prompted some teams to make a change in beer sales. Some teams so they don't lose money or no longer cutting off fans from beer after the 7th inning, which has been the unofficial standard for years. The Washington Post reports, however, so far, the nationals are still stopping beer sales in the 7th. One player Phillies pitcher Matt strom tells the podcast baseball isn't boring, then maybe teams need to rethink this. Would you not move a beer sales back to the 6th inning to give our fans time sober up and drive home? Games are shorter because of tweaks, put in place this year by Major League Baseball, Kyle Cooper, WTO P news. University of Virginia running back Mike Holland scored a touchdown in UVA spring football game Saturday, 5 months after he was hospitalized by a gunshot wound in a shooting that killed three of his teammates after he scored the one yard touchdown Holland's pointed to the sky and placed the ball over one of his three teammates names that were painted in the end zone. Saturday's game marked UVA's first time returning to the field since the Sean Perry Devin Chandler and lavelle Davis junior were shot dead on the bus as a return to campus from a field trip in November. Hollands was one of two people wounded and spent time in a hospital intensive care unit. He calls it about blessing to be back. Coming up on WTO Russia and China continued to strengthen their ties more in the minutes ahead. It is three 43. The WTO charity of the month is meals on wheels. A knock at the door might not seem like a big deal to many of us, but to a homebound senior, a knock from a meals on wheels
"mike holland" Discussed on WTOP
"With us. This is Ian Crawford, Russian president Vladimir Putin has met with China's defense minister in Moscow, Sunday's meeting underscores China's strengthening relationship with Russia, China has largely aligned its foreign policy with Russia in an attempt to diminish the influence of the United States and other western democracies. Chinese officials have refused to criticize Russia's military actions in Ukraine and blames the United States and Moscow or check that the United States and NATO for provoking Moscow. We are less than a month away from the coronation of King Charles the third and the UK is pulling out all the stops, including using some more than 6000 military troops as part of next month's pageantry. The UK defense ministry says 6000 troops, including soldiers, sailors, and aviators will participate on May 6th, making it the force's biggest ceremonial deployment for 7 decades. Thousands of them will escort the king and Camilla the queen consort as they travel by gilded horse drawn coach between Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, gun salutes will sound from British Army bases and warships and military aircraft, including World War II Spitfires, will perform a fly past. Defense secretary Ben Wallace calls it a spectacular and fitting tribute to King Charles, who is the armed forces commander in chief. Mimi Montgomery, London. The traditional money rules no longer apply. Younger adults are now keeping their finances separate from their partners and that is becoming more common. Separate bank accounts and keeping personal finances, well, personal. A recent survey from bank rate shows that Gen Z years ages 18 to 26 are twice as likely as gen xers 43 to 58 to maintain completely separate accounts, and even financial secrets are becoming more common, about two thirds of gen zers spent money without telling their partner or didn't disclose their debt. Another interesting twist, more folks are buying homes together and getting married later. In all, about 31% of adults in the U.S. are okay with it. That's according to realtor dot com. Just another reminder, there are no set rules when it comes to adulting. Melissa Howell WTO penis. University of Virginia running back Mike Holland scored a touchdown in UVA's spring football game yesterday, 5 months after he was hospitalized with a gunshot wound in a shooting that killed three of his teammates after he scored the one yard TD hollands pointed to the sky and placed the ball over the name of one of his three teammates who were painted in the end zone. Saturday's game marked UVA's first time on the field since Deshawn Perry, Devin Chandler and laval Davis junior were shot dead on a bus as they returned to campus for a field trip in November, Holland is one of the two people wounded, spent time in the hospital intensive care unit. He calls it a blessing to be
"mike holland" Discussed on WTOP
"University of Virginia running back Mike Holland scored a touchdown in his team's spring game yesterday, 5 months after he was hospitalized due to a gunshot wound in a shooting that killed three of his teammates. After he scored the one year touchdown Holland's pointed to the sky and placed the ball over one of his three teammates names that were painted in the end zone. Saturday's game mark UVA's first time returning to the field since Deshawn Perry, Devin Chandler, and lavelle Davis junior were shot dead on a bus as it returned to campus from a class field trip in November. Hollands was one of two people wounded, spent time in a hospital intensive care unit, he calls it a blessing to be back. Retail outlets like lord and Taylor and Neiman Marcus are gone, and the mall space at Mazda gallery was auctioned off. So what will friendship heights of the future look like? Governments on both sides of the D.C. Maryland line have ideas. Wisconsin circle. Friendship heights remains busy with a metro rail and bus hub, but it's seen a lot of businesses leave even before the pandemic hit. Montgomery county council member Andrew friedson. What I hear all the time is that most residents do not really care about and aren't necessarily looking for a place to buy a $5000 handbag or a $10,000 piece of jewelry. What they want, he says, are places to meet friends, stores to pick up every day items for their families, and more. That's why he's excited about the council's unanimous vote to create an urban district to work with D.C. on plans to develop and promote businesses on both sides of western and Wisconsin avenues. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. And by the way, Cruz have started demolishing the former Mazda gallery on Wisconsin avenue. If you drive or walk by, you can now see inside the
"mike holland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Before we get to that We'll check in with John Tucker and get a Bloomberg business flash jump Yeah hey Paul stocks rising in fact the S&P 500 at an intraday record we're going to see if that's going to hold through the close of today Light volume so take that into account Maybe some exaggerated moves there The stock's rising toward the record amid speculation the recovery can weather the flare up that we're seeing with the omicron variant Industrial commodity companies their leading gains right now the broader index Treasuries they are lower the dollar fluctuating Nikola corporation surging there's optimism there about to deliveries and shares of JD.com This is the U.S. listed shares sinking on the Tencent Holdings plans to distribute more than $16 billion of the Chinese ecommerce firm's stock as a one time dividend And ended the year warning from investor Mike Holland of Holland company one of the old timers pieces be prepared to lose if you invest in the bond market Baked into the cake the Christmas cake here that you can lose money in a meaningful way over the next 12 months in terms of interest rates move up I should say when interest rates move up the fed has to move interest rates up And among the data consumer sentiment increasing in December households grew more upbeat about the economy sales to do homes rising to a 7 month high orders for durable goods beat forecast consumer spending when you just for inflation stagnating as the fastest price gains in nearly four decades eroded some of their purchasing power S&P 500 thirty four points higher that is at 47 30 as a composite index of 114 points at 15,637 The downturns industrial average up 230 points at 35,983 we checked the market's view every 15 minutes during the treaty day right here on Bloomberg radio I'm John Tucker That your Bloomberg business flash All.
"mike holland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The pala Thank you so much We appreciate that Certainly a risk off day today Let's take a look at the credit market specifically Look at some healthcare stuff We can do that with Mike Holland senior credit analyst for Bloomberg intelligence Mike so it's a risk off day today Lots of red on the screen You've covered the healthcare space from the credit perspective for a long time Healthcare is often held out as a safe haven Is that the case that you've seen over this pandemic environment we've been dealing with Katie it's great to be here with you Thanks for having me on I appreciate the question The past several years in the past year or so with COVID I think there has been a bit of a safe haven aspect but I think it's more interesting looking today at what's moving If you look at the equity markets off the credit markets have been off and they're bloody as well If you look at high yield CVS as a proxy credit default swaps we're back down to levels on the high yield CDS index back on the levels not seen since November 2020 And so basically one year low and part of that I think is obviously the fear with concerns about what could happen from the South African variant concerns about obviously shutdowns are in the back of our mind If we go back a year ago hospitals obviously were basically shut down and we're deferring surgical procedures people were not going to the doctor and we're actually still seeing some of the fallout from that today But I think we're in the early stages of seeing this bleed through into the healthcare space but what is evident is the equity volatility is certainly bleeding over into high yield and investment grade as well and the Bond side Particularly in my colleague and friend Jody Laurie's got coverage of some of the cruise lines and some of the leisure and bonds And those are the biggest movers in the most actively traded It looks like today according to trace activity There's a few other Bond names that healthcare bonds that are trading off But I think a lot of the movement in bonds today are index and fund driven It's not fundamental yet We're still obviously gauging the fears Is this going to become a reality So the impact on healthcare particularly we're not seeing that yet Yeah I did notice that the CDX index for investment grade bonds at least was higher this morning But Mike I want to get your perspective on how this new variant fears about this new variants and what it could become might affect trends that have already taken hold in the healthcare space And I mean I know you've written about the fact that hospital companies for example they've been investing in outpatient facilities For example is that something that picks up should like you say some of these fears become a reality Yeah that's a great question Katie I think healthcare has been a really slow slowly evolving industry over the past several decades right There's a lot of entrenched interests There's a lot of companies that have a lot of cloud on the payer side on the provider side But it takes a certain shake to the system to sort of facilitate some of that change It reminds me a lot of the professor I had years ago Steven J Gould who was sort of an evolutionary biologist and talks about as it relates to evolution in general as the big changes through his contribution was punctuated in equilibrium right Things kind of don't really change until they change And I think in healthcare in particular COVID helped facilitate sort of maybe a more of a focus on your provider for a while payers were controlling the game Thank you united health right The united health a couple of years ago started to see some declines in employer based care They're growth united was fueled by employee employers growing coverage As baby boomers have age out of employment aging into Medicare united case in point they've been investing in the provider side of the business and healthcare analytics And as that of the backdrop you look at sort of the companies that are growing right now and sort of the VC space and a lot of these companies maybe it's city and D or one medical or these growing companies in healthcare are providing care for the patient which if you look at a lot of folks that I talked to on the analyst I think that health insurance in a way is sort of a dying animal because they're not really providing care and we need to get care to the patient And I think during COVID if you go back you looked at what the value proposition for health insurers was they didn't really provide care They were collecting premiums and not providing care And I think people today whether it be through telehealth or behavioral you're seeing a lot of growing and evolving companies I think providing care for patients that were able to do that before Mike thanks so much for joining us Really appreciate getting your thoughts and perspective on the healthcare space and on the credit environment for the healthcare sector My Collins senior credit analyst for Bloomberg intelligence Right now let's head down to Washington.
"mike holland" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Bill Handel. Yes, it is a Saturday morning 805 to 01534 is the number All. And we have Ah, Couple of open lines this morning call in 805 to 01534 welcome back to handle on the law. Marginal, marginal legal advice where I tell you, there's absolutely new case whatsoever. Linda. Hi, Linda. I don't. Yes, ma'am. I have been waiting for looking in the mail for the last few days to see if I would get my impact Check. And I got one last time and it was in the mail. And so Did. Just today. I got this. Um, it says it's from the department of the Treasury. And here's your economic Impact statement card. Enabled by money network. It contains the money receiving from the U. S. Department of Treasury under the covert related tax relief, active 2020. Um And I've just haven't heard about that. Are you? Yeah. What did they want? Okay. Is it a credit card They actually put in three envelope. It's a real credit card with a chip in everything, and I have to activate it. Oh, interesting and I and I don't know how that's being done because from what I understand It's either your sent a check. From the I R s or its direct deposit into an account. I have not yet seen credit cards, pay cards, so I would I would call their phone number on the form to call. Yeah, there is some well call him. Call that number and do not give them any information. Don't give a social just say is this legit? And or you go on the Internet and find out the number. Of the Treasury Department. Just go in just that. Hey, I got this car. Just ask anybody. You look, you asked for the fraud division of Treasury and because that sounds to me like it's a little bit sketchy and make the outright fraud. I I I don't know. I mean, it could be legitimate. Doesn't sound like it doesn't sound like it's legit, but good for you for calling before you do anything you so you want to do some investigation? Whoa! Uh, Darlene. Hi, Kathleen. Hi. Yes, ma'am. Yes. Who am I speaking to now, Bill I'm Isabelle. Hi, Kathleen. What can I do for you? Yeah, I would like to talkto attorney about my problem that I have. What's your problem? My problem is that I want to have Tyler last was up in the hospital. For what? Um And, um, I would like to know how I could go about it because I went to another hospital on what they told me that they couldn't do for media at a hospital did for me. They closed me up on six. My kidney and everything. Okay? All right. So we wait. So the first hospital did not fix your kidney. No, they didn't. So you went to the second hospital, and I told him no. Okay, and I went to another hospital and they fix me up. Very well. I'm okay. Having no urine bag hanging on me and my colonoscopy is okay. Good. Good. Good. So you're you're available for dating? That's impressive. What do you want to see? Oh, okay. All right. What do you want? What do you want to sue the first hospital for for not taking out your sir? I went in there for Like I had a Yes right this problem or something? They said he was gastritis. They send me out. And then I went not like a week again and they said I might hold on his mess up and they went inside to fix my colon. And when they was inside of me with Mike Holland, they pull this string on my kidney. Then they came and they didn't tell me until after the surgery when they come in and said what they did, and then I have to take hope. My kidney and I said I didn't come in here for kidney problem. Nothing wrong with my kidneys. They wanted to take. They wanted to take out your kidney for no reason. For no reason. And I go like, have no. Okay. No good for you. So you went to another hospital, and they straightened out all of your problems. Now you were talking about a you had a colostomy also. Yes. They're fixed my column. A story. Okay. Take a piece of my call. Lateness. Okay. All right. I got it. Okay, Because now we're going in now You're going into some some some pretty serious stuff. Yeah, I know I have now is that the second hospital that took out a part of your colon or the first hospital? Yeah, the first hospital. Mm. Went inside of me. Be okay for the first time, Okay, That's all right. I understand. So, what you're saying is if I'm getting this right, the first hospital took out half of your insides, which didn't have to be done. The second hospital fixed everything, and none of anything had to be done. Do I have that right? No. They fix my colon. And then they take a little piece of my colon and fix my kidney that they had a hospital had break. You're like, all right. You know what this is? This is pretty confusing between your colon and your kidney Went in for colon problems. I understand you had gastritis. Yes. All right. Here's what I want you to do me. Oh, cat. Yes. Kathleen Kathleen. Yeah, well, think, uh, Kathleen, go to him go to handle on the law dot com. Go to the website handle on the line calm and you that we have all kinds of attorneys that do medical malpractice..