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COVID-19 Infections Rise 8 per Cent, Delta Variant Now in 132 Countries

UN News

00:58 sec | 6 hrs ago

COVID-19 Infections Rise 8 per Cent, Delta Variant Now in 132 Countries

"Curve. Nineteen infections rose eight percent last week to more than three point. Eight million and the number of new deaths increase in all regions apart from europe according to the world health organization latest data from the u. n. Health agency pointed to substantial uptick in infections in the americas and the western pacific up thirty percent and twenty five percent respectively regionally southeast asia also reported a three percent increase in infections compared to the previous seven days of the four curve in nineteen mutations at the w eight shows designated variants of concern the alpha variant is now present in one hundred eighty two countries. The beater strain in one hundred. Thirty one gamma in eighty one and the delta variant is one hundred thirty two countries on the issue of vaccine effectiveness. The world health organization cited several of autry study showing corona virus transmission to household members was reduced by approximately half after at least one job

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Gorka: Return of Mask Mandate for Fully Vaccinated Is 'Utter Insanity'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 1 d ago

Gorka: Return of Mask Mandate for Fully Vaccinated Is 'Utter Insanity'

"You heard right. Yes the mosques on back but this time for those who are fully vaccinated. You are meant to john. Your mosques again. Despite having had the vaccination administered and to where those mosques indoors including for children in school do not comply with the science denies. This has nothing to do with reality. Look at the facts. We are talking about a disease that killed six hundred thousand people almost all exclusively oven advanced age with existing comb mobility's at the same time. The most egregious part of this decision from the biden administration is to mosque children children. Who if you look. At the actual data for infection and death are almost to all intents and purposes in vulnerable to the corona virus unleashed from china. They have a mortality rate. Chiller have a mortality rate with kobe. Nineteen of zero point zero five percent but they want you to live in fear. They want to deny the efficacy of the vaccine. They want to deny the concept of a vaccine. Never never in human history have multiple vaccines been deployed against the one and the same disease and afterwards the health authority deemed it necessary to physically put a baria on your face after you've been vaccinated it is share oughta insanity

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Gov. Newsom Says, “We Don’t Need Masking. Just Get Vaccinated”

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Gov. Newsom Says, “We Don’t Need Masking. Just Get Vaccinated”

"Gavin newsom has mandated masks for all state employees except get this teachers. Teachers get an exception. I wonder why. Teacher's union i don't understand how teacher's union it just seems really a teacher's union cash. I just i just don't see it. I just don't know his thought process teacher's union governor gavin newsom gavin. Newsom is also guilty. Of what i propose making a new federal crime which is stupid analogies because i see way too many dumb people making bad analogies and thinking. They're smart about it. Let's go to gavin on. Cut number eight look. We don't even have to have that debate if we can just get everybody vaccinated. That's not vaccinated. That's refusing to get vaccinated this living vaccine free and impacting the rest of us. It's like drunk drivers. You don't have the right to go out and drink and drive and put everybody else risk including your own life at risk california's one of the highest vaccination rates in america. But yet we're still seeing an increase because so many people twenty five percent california are refusing to get vaccinated so we're really trying to focus on ending this pandemic once and for all those non pharmaceutical interventions like face coverings and face masking where necessary in the absence of vaccines but with these paxton's but we can extinguish virus once and for all and get it behind us and not worry about getting our kids safely by you. Shut up god. What an idiot. I can't deal with this guy okay. The vaccine is a good thing i have. I have taken the vaccine the that it will stop. The virus completely is a false idea. You can still get it. Otherwise why would we bat vaccine. People have to wear masks.

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Biden Mileage Rule to Exceed Obama Climate Goal

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Biden Mileage Rule to Exceed Obama Climate Goal

"President Biden is proposing tougher vehicle mileage standards to cut greenhouse gases industry and government officials briefed on the plan tell the Associated Press that under the blighted ministration the environmental protection agency and department of transportation are expected to release propose rules that would tighten tail pipe emissions standards rolled back under president trump applying a framework from California the rules would begin with the twenty twenty three car model year and ramp up in twenty twenty five to a bottle error levels above five percent annual increase in the mileage standard they're shooting for forty percent of all new car sales to be electric by twenty thirty the move comes at a time when Americans are buying record numbers of less efficient pickup trucks and SUVs Jennifer king Washington

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Larry Elder Is Heating Up the California Recall Vote

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 1 d ago

Larry Elder Is Heating Up the California Recall Vote

"Larry elder who you've heard for many years on the radio and of course seen him on. Tv with as many tv appearances over on fox news channel of course not on the year now because he's running for governor. We are very excited about larry's candidacy. I want everybody to go to elect elder dot com to help him. Because you don't you don't have to live in california. I don't live in california. But i made a campaign contribution because i'm excited about my friend and colleague larry's chances and let's talk about your chances larry as i people to go to elect elder dot com. And how americans can help you because this is explained the process for people who don't know how this recall of gavin newsom works. Because you've got the there's a couple of mountains to climb you gotta get a threshold to for voters to say we want gavin newsom out. And then they want to replace him with larry elder. Can you walk us through that process. Where one mountain. I climb was the attempt to keep me off the ballot. You might remember claim that over my years with tax return properly and they kept me off the battle we had to go to court and the judge will eight a law. That elder allegedly violent didn't even apply to recall elections and be to the extent that it did he substantially complied and so put him on the ballots. Debt the next hurdle. You're quite writes very simple. Fifty percent plus one voter must vote to remove revenue some on the very same ballot. It says who do you want to replace gavin newsom so whether you voted yes or no you can still vote for somebody to replace him and tell fifty percent plus one most removed gavin. Newsom doesn't matter what the rest of us do. I'm glad you pointed out comfortably hit. I'm not worried about the second part. But i am worried about the first part and the poll that you mentioned came out this morning it also mentioned it. Percentage of people want him out. Is it forty seven percent. That's the rise of over about five percent of a couple of weeks ago and about fifty percent one in there so it's right and the margin of

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California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 1 d ago

California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It

"Gavin newsom has a problem on his hands. He's got. He's got a problem with a lot of disaffected angry. Frustrated californians who just simply are fed up with the direction the state is going. And i'm hearing from california's every day. Who say larry elder is exactly what this state needs. And where do you start. Two point two million californian signed a petition to recall this man and it is estimated that between twenty five percent. They've even thirty percent. Were independent and democrats voted him just two years earlier. You start with the famous meal that he had at the restaurant called the french laundry. I never heard of it. Until until i found out it was in napa valley and i thought it was one of the most elite restaurants in california is not i thought it was. The most elite restaurant in america is not one of the most elite restaurants in the world and wind. Tab alone was twelve thousand dollars being picking picking it up and it wasn't just that he was dining there while he was shutting down business elsewhere. He was dining with the very same medical professions. Who dropped who drafted the corona virus mandate. They were violating. They weren't totally distancing wearing masks and meanwhile he has his own kids in private education in school and he exempted his own winery from the mary a mandate he was imposing on everybody else. Now i was a small businessman. I ran a business for fourteen years. It was accessible. I sold it was still going after i sold. It didn't liquidated didn't go bankrupt. But i will tell you more. Nearly half of all small businesses in going bankrupt and those revive are often operating on very thin margins. How many lies. How many dreams. How many hopes that. He just dashed by shutting down this date in the most severe way than any other governor.

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US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years

"Home prices in the U. S. post their biggest increase in seventeen years a surging demand for housing push home prices in may up seventeen percent from a year earlier the biggest increase since August two thousand four that follows a fifteen percent increase in April the supply of homes has been limited with many Americans reluctant to put their properties on the market the hottest markets in may were Phoenix where prices surged nearly twenty six percent from twelve months earlier San Diego up almost twenty five percent in Seattle up twenty three percent from last year my camp in Washington

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Q&A: Should I Sell My House or Rent It Out?

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:11 min | 2 d ago

Q&A: Should I Sell My House or Rent It Out?

"So About a year ago me and my wife had some stupid system. We've been married for about twenty minutes. Of course had to buy a house and we didn't have a whole lot of money for it so we didn't put twenty percent down. We put closer to five percent down and now we have a job offer about fifty sixty miles away. Certainly moving out of that house. And i'm wondering should be because i've been interested in real estate and property business because this is in a college town. Should i still kinda keep this house. Since he might be upside down. We tried to sell it while the fees included or should. I just try and throw as much money as i can to sell in providence. Profitable it yeah. Well it's not profit. It's just a matter of whether you write a check when you sell. It is all so get with one of our real estate. Lp's at ramsey solutions dot com. And find out what your reality is. This market is so hot. My guess is you're gonna get out of it that's my guess. And here's the thing. If you were living fifty miles away in working to new job you would not call me up and say. Hey dave i wanna buy a house fifty miles away with nothing down leverage it all the way up to what owes much on it as it's worth which means the rent is barely if at all going to cover the payment and so i really want to take on this liability fifty miles away. Nothing down by the way you wouldn't do that. that's effectively. What you got here house has got no equity in it and by the time you rent it for your barely going to cover the payment and by the time it's vacant a time or two and the heat and burps on you. You're gonna have a loss for the year. This thing is a problem. It is not a blessing. And i just heard the other day that they maybe today that they reinstated the mass mandate in california in someplace your one covert away. Your one tick uptick in numbers etc for colleges going back online and suddenly this thing. It feels like it's a sheer fire in college town. Not being so sure fire anymore. The guys i know with college real estate and it's not admittedly now lot. They're getting out. Just because it's so unsure uncertain.

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Sales of New Homes Fall 6.6% in June

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Sales of New Homes Fall 6.6% in June

"Sales of new homes dropped to the lowest level in over a year the commerce department reported Monday the sales of new homes have fallen for the third straight month dropping by six point six percent that's following even larger declines in may in April new home sales rose in the Midwest but declined in other regions sales fell by nearly twenty eight percent in the northeast shortage of inventory and rising costs for lumber and labor had fueled a sharp jump in prices but analysts say the trend for sales and price gains have slowed from the red hot pace earlier this year the median price of a new home was three hundred and sixty one thousand eight hundred that's up over six percent from a year ago but down five percent from may builders are increasing inventories with the number of new homes for sale up seven percent Jennifer king Washington

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The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 3 d ago

The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.

"In the us in that fourth wave of covert. There could be a major shift in the cdc's mask recommendations men. An alarming number of new cases. Nationwide making fitzgerald has the latest tonight. The worst case scenario among the unvaccinated. If you're like going back into battle again and it's definitely it's definitely a another way. The highly contagious delta variant fuelling a surge of new cases across the country dire warnings from the nation's top. Dr going into the fall with the delta variant we could have a really serious problem with a considerable surge of infections the variant sweeping through the south texas arkansas and florida accounting for forty percent of new cases in the country but in miami thousands packing a stadium for a live concert here literally drowning and people as the cdc now says they could recommend mass for the fully vaccinated indoors joining cities like los angeles. St louis and new orleans but in arkansas a new law banning mass mandates goes into effect. This week it's important and not to have the current debate about mask wearing but have the current emphasis on getting a vaccine only forty nine percent of the country's fully vaccinated those without the shots making up ninety nine point five percent of cova deaths frontline workers once again with urgent please to the public. We are seeing younger patients. All unvaccinated are sicker. Dr michael building has been working in the cove award in fayetteville arkansas. Since the start of the pandemic he seeing more kobe patients now than ever before. What would it mean. The union collie more people vaccinated less pain and suffering and call less families to tell them their their loved. Ones didn't make it.

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States Scale Back Virus Reporting Just as Cases Surge

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

States Scale Back Virus Reporting Just as Cases Surge

"The number of new covered nineteen cases across the U. S. has tripled in the past month yet several states have scaled back their reporting on the virus the quick spread of the delta variant among unvaccinated people has pushed the average number of new covert nineteen cases from less than twelve thousand a day nationwide a month ago to nearly thirty eight thousand this week but Florida Nebraska Iowa and South Dakota are now reporting their numbers weekly rather than daily complicating efforts to track the summer surge in Nebraska the state actually stopped reporting on the virus altogether for two weeks after governor Pete rickets declared an end to the official virus emergency and while some officials described the moves as part of a return to normal Florida has seen a sixty five percent jump in hospitalizations this week I'm Ben Thomas

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GM Recalls All-Electric Chevy Bolt for Second Time Due to Fire Risk

WSJ What's News

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

GM Recalls All-Electric Chevy Bolt for Second Time Due to Fire Risk

"General motors is recalling. Its all electric chevy bolt for a second time because of potential battery defect that can cause a fire. Gm said today that its investigation into recent battery fires involving the cars found that manufacturing defects and a battery cell where the root cause the companies asking owners of twenty seventeen to twenty nineteen model year bolts to keep their electric vehicle charges at a certain level and park the cars outside after charging them gm shares fell one point five percent.

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AP-NORC Poll: Most Unvaccinated Americans Don't Want Shots

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

AP-NORC Poll: Most Unvaccinated Americans Don't Want Shots

"A new poll suggests most Americans not yet vaccinated against covert nineteen are not likely to get the shots at all the poll by the Associated Press NO RC center for public affairs research found forty five percent of the unvaccinated adults surveyed say they definitely will not get a shot in thirty five percent say they probably won't just three percent say they definitely will get the vaccine and another sixteen percent say they probably will those not likely to get a shot express doubts the vaccines will work against the aggressive delta variant despite evidence they do nationally the CDC says fifty six point four percent of all Americans including children have received at least one dose of the vaccine and vaccinations are starting to increase in some lacking states were covered nineteen cases arising including Arkansas Florida Louisiana Missouri and Nevada I'm Ben Thomas

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Author Malcolm Gladwell Stopped Running at 16 and Started Again at 50

The Running for Real Podcast

02:09 min | 5 d ago

Author Malcolm Gladwell Stopped Running at 16 and Started Again at 50

"You know you. You have been a lifelong runner I think. I think i might start with something that i feel is Interesting and actually my husband. Who's a college age picked up. Which is the You've been nine to say often that you knew at sixteen you at in the five percent that we're gonna be piano be successful and i'm curious one how did you. What did you think he knew. That limit was when you obviously wanted. The mileage will make you were that you could have potentially reach your body. Maybe it wasn't developed to where it would be. So what gave you the the the the confidence but the decision tonight at when you had semi running is ahead of you and do you. Would you change it now. Russia would change it now. Because i now realize what colossal mistake at a not. Running prime years basically stopped running sixteen and never raced again until i was fifty so that seems crazy up but i don't think i was wrong. There's no way would put it in a world class runner from iran against someone who later turned out to be a arrogance. Two guys who later turned out to be three fifty three thirty five it would like to contemporary running. It was clear to me at the age of thirteen fourteen. Fifteen they were even though i could beat them that age. I had no confidence that i would be able to beat them. Beyond that age is is in clearly superior to me you. You're you're very at that age. I feel like we're all very very or students of these minor gradations ability and you're doing this small in multiple layers of your life here have decided in math class. Whether you're someone was pursue math right you're deciding whether you're all these things you decide you can quite closely at night. I also didn't feel. I was still globally temperamentally suited to labor which just not a very good

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Poll: Parties Split on Some Infrastructure Proposals Extends to American Public

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Poll: Parties Split on Some Infrastructure Proposals Extends to American Public

"The partisan divisions over president Biden's infrastructure plans seem to extend to the American public in AP-NORC center for public affairs research poll finds eight in ten Americans favor more funding for roads bridges and ports but the differences grow from there just fifty five percent approve of how the president's handling infrastructure as he tries to push a nine hundred seventy three billion dollar deal through Congress Democrats are looking to separately take up a three and a half trillion dollar proposal to cover things like child tax credits and free community college about three quarters of Democrats backed both proposals only about a fourth of Republican support free community college and a third favored the tax credit Sager mag ani Washington

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Breaking Free From The Emotions and Mind You've Memorized With Dr. Joe Dispenza

You Can Heal Your Life

02:37 min | 6 d ago

Breaking Free From The Emotions and Mind You've Memorized With Dr. Joe Dispenza

"I wanted you to begin to become conscious primarily of how unconscious we spend the majority of day and if we know that our personality creates personnel reality and that's been the theme of this I two weeks and your personality is made up of how you think how you act in how you feel. And we've been saying all along that it takes. Change has to take place by you becoming aware of who you're being and because of the size of your frontal lobe the fact that you can observe who you're being that concept called medical condition means that you can modify your behaviors to do a better job in life that you have to begin to become aware of how you are thinking and if ninety five percent of who we are as a set of memorized unconscious programs then the moment you become conscious of an unconscious program embraced based on how you think how you act or how you feel. Your awareness then literally begins to create a shift and that shifts then causes you to catch yourself right in the middle of the program and as you begin to become more conscious of these unconscious states of mind and body it means you have more dominion and more control over them. So we said that for the majority of tying people allow their environment to regulate how they think act and feel so when you go to certain places or see certain people are do certain things for the most part you and i unconsciously we turn back to the same states of being so it's the environment than when we see our boss or we see our partner. We see our children. Are we go to a certain place. we do. A certain thing or We experience some event that we experienced every single day at the same exact time. That the anticipation of that event and the anticipation of that experience in our environment. The body is actually living in the outcome emotionally before the event takes place and so we really don't leave much room for change or very much room for creation our life because for the most part were functioning awful of hardwired programs neurologically in our brain and emotional states that we've memorized that are based on past experiences. So we said last week how can we ever create a new future if we're so much living in the past and if we begin to understand that we can change the brain and body to no longer live in the past but to live in some future in the present moment and that's what meditation is about. That's what creation is about. Then you transcend your connection to your current familiar reality your

Netflix Is Losing Subs in North America

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:05 min | Last week

Netflix Is Losing Subs in North America

"Netflix released its quarterly results. After markets closed yesterday revealing that it's staggering pandemic fuel rise is stalling. It's global subscriber. Growth was down by eighty five percent on a year earlier in north america at actually lost customers but still net flicks boss reed. Hastings sounded sanguine for at least the next several years the growth story of streaming as a whole is very intact and this is the internet applied to entertain and consumer entertainment around the world using enormous market on. The company has come a long way since it started renting. Dvd's by mail mostly by going all in on funding. Its own shows and films for the moment. There aren't plans to buy up any of its rivals. Mr hastings simply wants to out compete them. So i would say yearly a one product company with a bunch of supporting elements that help that on act incredible satisfaction for consumers and a monetize ing engines investing and. it's those supporting elements that may end up being key. Netflix tries to make itself as abroad as it's proved to be and its home market. Netflix didn't have a great quarterback. That's more or less what people were expecting tom. Wainwright economists media editor. What we saw was the number of subscribers in the united states and canada actually fooling very unusually net flicks while the number of subscribers in international markets continued to rise. And i think that's going to be the pattern of the next few years. So with the domestic market saturated. Then it's just a matter of of repeating its success in international markets. Yeah pretty much. Last year. we saw netflix made just over half of its revenue outside the us and canada. Which was the first time that it had done that. And i think going forward that's just going to be more and more case one estimate is that by twenty twenty five about two thirds of the company's revenues are going to be from international markets. Right now we're seeing nine out of ten new subscribers from

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Washington Gov. Inslee Is Lying Over Children Covid-19 Mortality Rate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last week

Washington Gov. Inslee Is Lying Over Children Covid-19 Mortality Rate

"Governor chop jay inslee. I think it might be the end of the day video. Cut one play. Cut the problem with that is. You're making a risk for everybody around you and you don't get vaccinated. You're a risk for your spouse your risk for your kids your grandkids. Your parents your coworkers. Because you are a bio reactor facility generating virus spreading it around including two kids who can't get vaccinated reread that if you're a fifty year old man who you voted for donald trump and didn't think kobe was a problem and you don't get vaccinated right now your arrest every kid in your city how. How do you risk them. We had that amazing video from dr mount macaroni last week. And i use it in my speech intending usa. Here's the truth. You fear mongering pile of excrement. Jane's lee the fatality rate for children in america from corona virus isn't fifteen percent is fine percent. It isn't one percent. It's not zero point five percent you utter disgrace you contemptible individual fatality rate for children. America from the corona virus from china from luanne is zero point zero five percent so he used a dad to say that he trump vote. Because hey you have to politicize it. Right who isn't vaccinated is endangering. All the children in his city is a contemptible big lie. Yes a big lie and you should be ottey ashamed of yourself but you're not because you're not a conservative you're not even liberal your comey.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Their ballots are able eighth. Common cause published a leaked video revealing that the harris county republican party is planning to mobilize an election integrity brigade by building an army of ten thousand people to serve as poll-watchers and election workers. The group said they are recruiting those. Who have the confidence and courage to go into some of houston's most diverse historically black and brown neighborhoods to stop alleged voter fraud common cause said in a press release lawmakers agreed to add several amendments to the measure on friday including adding language that election judges can call law enforcement to request a disruptive poll watcher to be removed and stipulating poll-watchers cannot photograph private information or the ballot amendments were also to ensure counties would be able to post basic information online about the election such as its date. Candidates and location of polling places after voting rights advocates raised concerns that the initial bill language was overly broad. A previous version of the bill included a ban on drive thru voting limitations on extending polling hours and a formula for the distribution of polling places that voting rights advocates say could lead to whiter neighborhoods getting more sites in larger typically democrat leaning cities. Those measures could be revived as the senate reconsiders. The bill voting rights activists say texas is proposals are aimed primarily at harris county the state's most populous county that enacted twenty four hour voting drive thru voting and was planning on mailing out ballot applications to all registered voters unprompted during the twenty twenty elections until the texas supreme court intervened harris county nevertheless went onto experience. Record turnout with more than one point. Six million votes cast one of the themes. Coming off of last year's election is that state leadership was very upset at everything. Harris county did to make voting. Easier says james slattery and attorney with the texas civil rights project the restrictions on mailing out ballot applications for example was at least in part a reaction to harris county trying to send these applications proactively to every registered voter. He says voting rights advocates are worried that the new restrictions if they become law will disenfranchise communities of color as well as senior citizens and disabled people by making it harder for voters to learn how to vote by mail though. Texas was not a swing state in two thousand. Twenty trump won the state by a margin of more than five percent..

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"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg radio this is Bloomberg daybreak Asia countries all over the globe were entering new phases of the fight against the virus a lot of risks out there but there are risks of staying closed as well the couple is adopting new laws that banned both public and private gatherings of any size reported fewer coronavirus infections in several major economies we'll just work prepared for this is something nobody could tell bird daybreak Asia from Hong Kong and New York on Bloomberg radio were an hour away from the beginning of the Tuesday session in Tokyo and we're expecting to see a rally in Japanese stocks if you're joining us from the region good morning I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York and done Paul Allen and Sydney where it's just gone nine AM or an hour away from the open here and the futures indicate the pretty decent pop to the upside for some more details let's get over to Bloomberg's Brian Curtis in Hong Kong Brian well Paul thanks very much yeah huge rally on Wall Street with the Dow Jones industrial average of three point nine percent the S. and P. five hundred the broader index up three point two percent the nasdaq the laggard for sure up two point four percent because this was a rally that was really fed by financials and energy and some of the smaller cap names you have the Russell two thousand up more than six percent financials were a little more than five percent and excel leave the the spider on energy was up eight point two percent so a big huge a jump in in these type stocks WTI crude was was up over thirty three dollars a barrel pretty here at the moment thirty three thirty seven as I mentioned the future suggesting some pretty sharp gains gains in Asia the Nikkei looks like it will open about two percent higher you've got hang Seng index futures up one point eight percent we'll tell you why it's really a lot working on the vaccine front from modern up one interesting aspect about moment moderno they have positive news on the experimental vaccine will get you details in a minute they also announced after the bell that they would do a one point three billion dollars share sale and that caused the stock to to slip the price range that they are selling shares represent between three and six point three percent discount to Monday's closing price the stock was up twenty percent during the day so anyway all feeds into a pretty nice bounce today we'll see if it holds up to you very strong promise in early testing it was able to elicit an antibody response in just two weeks after the first dose now this is the first vaccine to be tested in human volunteers company CEO Stefan bone cell he said the data couldn't have been better he told Bloomberg the company is now going to move ahead with plans for a larger test we are finalizing the protocol for a phase three which is the last thing you closer to the people who all of which we are hoping to stop in July of this year service said he would be able to follow in healthy subjects across many countries we are finalizing the political as we speak with the imia and we're hoping that people can stop in July has no plans now in the regular session the stock was up by twenty percent at the close although we had traded as high as a thirty percent gain and then Brian was just talking about the the secondary offering shares right now in late U. S. trading in modern it down about two point eight percent Paul meanwhile Chinese president xi Jinping has pledged to make any coronavirus vaccine universally available once it's developed she spoke to the world health assembly and called for greater international cooperation in fighting the pandemic he also said China will provide two billion dollars over two years to support the fight and she repeated his government's assertions that it acted with transparency and responsibility with regards to the virus and provided timely information to the WHO's dog here in the U. S. affect chair Jay Powell is set to appear tomorrow morning that is Tuesday Washington time in a virtual hearing before the Senate banking committee all of B. alongside U. S. treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin virtually I'm told now in his prepared remarks they indicate that the fed is going to keep interest rates near zero until the American economy is back on track you'll remember yesterday Sunday here in the U. S. Powell told the CBS news program sixty minutes the fed is prepared to use its full range of tools to support the American economy all well there has been a setback for China in its recovery from the corona virus pandemic it Baxter's gone global news it all right thank you Paul yeah one hundred eight million people in China's northeast region are being plunged back under lockdown conditions new cluster of infections second surge a reversal in policy for cities in Jilin province trains and buses have been cut schools and people back in quarantine president Donald Trump says secretary of state Mike Pompeii asked him to fire the state department's inspector general Steve Lemke says Mike asked and he was happy to do it meanwhile the president says he is currently taking the controversial anti malaria drug that is been promote that he promoted I should say hydroxy Clark when the FDA late last month cautioned against its use for covert nineteen treatment and or prevention and the president says Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti saying that he will not be opening as quickly as the rest of California that's a death wish yeah because you know there's death on both sides you know that his death on both sides not just a one way street it was solved a big problem but you have to understand the other side of it too and they don't understand the other side of he didn't explain whether the death he was talking about was health politics or economic California governor Gavin Newsom does say fifty three of fifty eight counties are ready to move into the next phase we've been tracking over the course of last fourteen days by seeing a decline in hospitalizations by seven and a half percent seven point five percent decline over fourteen day period and hospitalizations statewide we've seen an eight point seven percent decline in the number of ICU patients over a fourteen day period he says retail dining and sports may be ready to re open in early June meantime US continues to rip the W. H. O. in a speech to the virtual assembly HHS secretary Alex Cesar says eight WHO's just slightly not transparent we must be Frank about one of the primary reasons this outbreak spun out of control there was a failure by this organization to obtain the information that the world needed and that failure cost many lives and that information from China meanwhile through an interpreter French president Emmanuel macron says politics need to be taken totally out of this equation it's too soon for a question of principle human health cannot be cruel to the kennel to be appropriated and cannot be bought and sold in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg all right at thank you our guest for the half hour is Hilary Kramer she is the chief investment officer at Kramer capital research Hillary pleasure to have you on the program thanks for joining us so today was kind of interesting we have promising early results on an experimental vaccine we have the lingering remarks from other fed chairman yesterday and look at this rally what do you make of today's price action well we had it was a trifecta for those who like the horses like I do you know we had to we had three pieces of good news so we had the Montana announcement on a possible vaccine results we had fed chair Powell on sixty minutes on CBS telling us that he has the ability to step in and help the there's dry powder there no matter what happens and then of course you have distillation that's going on across the United States as it were opening back up you know and that feeling that we've come to the other side so that's what we have that action but investors shouldn't be fooled do not be fooled because all three of these well not fed chairman Powell but we don't know what's going to happen everyone should be very mindful and notice it the news that China is having a lockdown of over a hundred million people everyone needs to see that understand so I'm not trying to be negative I still think March twenty third with our bottom and there are amazing opportunities and stocks which I've been buying up it like crazy because I think double I mean there's really opportunity by full every investor should be careful don't take this as a signal that everything's better the way we have a situation here in Australia with is a sense that the worst is over but we talk a lot here the risk of a second wave particularly as the winter in this part of the world gets going so how do you view the risk of a re closure in the United States further down the track and markets adequately pricing in at risk I do not today was an example of certainly the market is not especially when I look and I see that it was energy was up seven point five percent on the day and and industrials were up six point six one percent and you know the bankrupt all of that points to people not realizing that that we got we got a marathon ahead of us we're going to come out the other side the whole world will come out the other side but you know and and it's wonderful that they were positive results from Madeira black we have a we have a long way to go even if it is the right vaccine is going to take through the end of twenty twenty one to have enough of it for everyone five that being said you know these these the risk the risks are there but the market generally over the long term you know most of these companies are going to rise and that's why we've been buying bolero for example yellow the refiners it has a six point seven percent dividend yield and we've been doing that because it's all about the spread between the price of oil the cost to refine and the price of gasoline and now why am I mentioning Valero for another reason as well the thirty one dollars stock on March eighteenth it started the year at ninety five dollars it's now sixty four we guide it could it could go lower but it's a long affair in the nineties so there are opportunities also there's so many of these biotechs have just been forgotten blue bird B. L. U. E. end stage S. A. G. E. R. there it is it almost seems unreal to kind of return potential especially with sage therapeutics with their post partum depression drugs it is going to be rolling out and have other uses so there's there's lots of opportunities there but I just worry that that there's that there's too much excitement it is an odd sort of way it's really either for the long term investors the market you know someone who's thinking ten years out or if you're someone who likes to trade around the volatility no joke and I'm and I'm I'm curious to get your take when we continue the conversation about a couple of things one whether or not any of the move that we had to the upside today was in in a small measure of a short squeeze are driven by some short covering that's one two the outlook now for the markets given the fact that we've got more tension going on in this U. S..

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"more than five percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"Dow up more than five percent of ten eighty three hi Mike yes Sir by Allstate the bay area death toll has now reached twenty six after four new deaths reported by San Mateo county today San Francisco has reported its first death a forty year old man with numerous other health issues the number of infections in California is now at two thousand six hundred eighty eight including more than a thousand in the bay area there have also been fifty eight deaths in California but hundreds of those infected have also recovered now the school closures and many bay area counties have been pushed back this hour six bay area counties are collaborating with health officers and I've come to the conclusion that to fight the spread of covert nineteen schools remain closed now through may first although governor Newsom has publicly said he doesn't expect schools open at all for the rest of the school year Starbucks is giving away free coffee nationwide to first responders and healthcare workers dealing with a pandemic the coffee chain's says the promotion is underway now through may third any customer who identifies themselves as a first responder or worker in the health care system will receive a free tall coffee and congressman mark DeSaulnier AA remains in critical condition the East Bay representative is battling complications from pneumonia that resulted from a rib fracture that happened during a running accident he apparently fell day Sunday is in intensive care his hospitalization is not related to corona virus he has tested negative for the virus and a magnitude four point one earthquake struck near Healdsburg this morning the quake hit at four fifty seven this morning there was.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on KOMO

"That's a more than five percent increase over last year. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Here are your political insights from ABC news in a contentious Oval Office meeting. President Trump insisted to the house and Senate Democratic leaders that he would get five billion dollars. Towards construction of his desired border wall or shut down the government funding for some agencies, including DHS which oversees border security is set to run out on December twenty first testifying for his first time before congress Google CEO thunder pinch revealed that as many as one hundred Google employees had been working on a potential censored search engine to be used in China. Google had previously shut down its Chinese services in two thousand ten saying the country's business wasn't worth. The government censorship a pinch. I said there were no current plans to launch a search service in China and a massive Bill to help farm workers cleared the Senate Tuesday, if it passes the house and the president signs it the farm Bill will expand subsidies performers hit by the U S, China trade war. It also rejects a proposed stricter work requirement for people on food stamps. And those are your political insights alley Rogan ABC news despite the president's closest congressional allies saying there's no question the Saudi Crown prince ordered journalist Jamal kashogi murder. President Trump is once again standing by that Saudi leader ABC's. Andy Field has details from Washington, President Trump telling Reuters that Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman or m b s is that country's leader. And they've been a good ally. When asked if that means he's standing by NBS, the president said, quote, well at the moment, it certainly does the president's biggest supporters, including Senator Lindsey Graham says there is euro question the Saudi prince order journalists Jamal kashogi killed. The federal judge in Los Angeles ordered stormy Daniels debate, President Trump two hundred and ninety two thousand dollars to cover his legal fees. It's a result of a case she brought against him claiming he defamed her on Twitter. The case was tossed out. And now she's being ordered to pay the money. Here's ABC's Alec stone in LA this dollar amount. Two hundred ninety two thousand dollars is closer to what President Trump wanted. Then what stormy Daniels was arguing for after the case was tossed out Daniels. Attorney Michael ebony argued that she should only have to pay twenty five thousand dollars in Trump's legal fees. The president's attorneys wanted three hundred eighty nine thousand the John settling on two hundred ninety two thousand..

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"more than five percent" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on Inside Europe

"Planet from warming more than one point five degrees celsius the IPCC's latest report said renewables on reforestation will not be enough carbon capture technology must also play an important part. Such technology is extremely expensive many projects of crushed and the past. But now, there's renewed optimism among scientists engineers and no way from where laws avenger reports on the biggest cement plants in Norway. Now, the industry is responsible for more than five percent of the world's total CO two emissions. This is appalled. The Heidelberg group which. Has a lot of plants around Europe and roping seventy million tons of CO two a yeah. But this plant is about to do something about my name is Pierre. Director of sustainability and alternative fuels cement northern Europe. Here now we are going to try to establish the first fill scape. Carbon capture bent for a cement industry, and then be tried to take out the c o two from the condition and then story in Baltimore the north seat the idea of removing co two from emissions to store it in porous rock onto the seafloor is not in until now it's been filled with problems it is extremely expensive and critics have long argued carbon capture and storage or C S is nothing but an excuse for the fossil fuel industry to carry on to the detriment of the growth of renewable tentatives renewable extremely important, but equally important is to caption stories because these industries don't have alternatives. That's to the suits. Set the sea of gas Nova the each state company responsible for finding.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And it's five thirty on Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Karen Moskow. And I'm Nathan Hager. We are just about four hours away from the opening of US trading. Let's get you up to date on the news. You need to know at this hour, US futures. And stocks overseas are mostly higher as investors await the next wave of corporate earnings beginning this morning with Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley reporting results, then after the bell we hear from the first of the big tech companies. Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett has more on the upcoming results from net flicks. This report takes on additional scrutiny after last week's technology route net flicks is one of the first major US companies to report third quarter results. And twenty teens best-performing FANG stock net. Flicks is also looking to redeem itself after missing subscriber estimates in the previous quarter a whiff the sent the stock on its worst one day tumble in two years. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak. Thank you, Charlie. Shares of adobe are up almost six percent. The company gave a bullish sales forecast for next year, signaling the software makers expanding product suite will continue to attract customers San Francisco. Bay software maker twi- Leo is buying centigrade for two billion dollars in a deal aimed at increasing its suite of communications tools. The price represents a nineteen percent premium to send grids close yesterday. In europe. Shares of Volvo are down more than five percent. The world's second-biggest truckmaker uncovered a faulty component in the emission control setup of its trucks. Italian assets are rallying after the government reach an agreement on the budget accord to be submitted to the European Union. UK wages are. Are growing at their fastest pace. In almost a decade. Average earnings excluding bonuses rose three point one percent in the three months through August. Meanwhile, unemployment held at a forty three year low of four percent, and in China consumer inflation sped up for the fourth month in a row the consumer price index rose two and a half percent in September from year ago. Now, let's get you have to date in how stocks are faring. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. And futures this morning are higher SNP futures up seven points. Dow futures up forty six NASDAQ futures up twenty nine the Dax in Germany's up a tenth of a percent. Cac in Paris that'll change Footsie-100 down a third of a percent ten year treasury down three thirty seconds yield three point one six percent..

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"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More than five percent for its biggest gain since january and that comes after prophet beat expectations yesterday and the company said it expects to trade war between china and the us we'll have limited impact on it supply chain all right thanks to bloomberg's jeff sutherland in seoul the kospi up one percent in sydney asx two hundred higher by one tenth of one percent and we've got word the johnson and johnson must pay more than four billion dollars in punitive damages to women who claim to specis in the company's health products that caused them to develop ovarian cancer we had some of the stock trading weaker in late us trading brian i'm i guess i'm going to you or is it paul now take it from him look north korea didn't show up to a meeting to talk about the return of us raw did bloomberg beck says the story in the bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom very mixed message today paul on the peninsula two sides were due to meet at the dmz to discuss the next step in what has become a watershed issue for the us return of the remains of us military killed in the korean war the us delegation showed up at the gate not let inside and then we're told the north korean delegation was not coming now put that in the backdrop of us president trump saying that he's received a very nice letter from kim jong un he tweeted it imparts says wishing that the in variable trust and confidence in your excellency mr president will be further strengthened in the future process of taking practical actions it goes on to say it will move toward further meetings us secretary of state mike pompeo intended to nucor is they're going to accomplish it and now the task is to get it implemented meanwhile a un committee says twenty percent of north korean children face severe malnutrition nato secretary general jens stoltenberg says that nato nations have pledged to work harder on meeting the two percent commitment for defense he says there was an increase already in two thousand sixteen and seventeen also because i witnessed the discussion we had both yesterday and today at the nato summit and allies understand that we really need to step up yeah meanwhile donald trump is in the uk meeting with prime minister theresa may bloomberg's david merrit says may wants to know about the trump putin visit bring it up reassurance continue the hard line in that ben and mr trump has done a son interview he says all nato ally should pay four percent of gdp on defense europe is losing its culture on immigration influx says may's brexit deal isn't what the people voted for they do that i would say that that would probably they made your relationship with united states says he likes may but didn't listen to the brexit advice so he says the soft brexit might end boris johnson he says well it has what it takes to be a great pm pitting one against the other i'm just saying i think it'd be a great prime minister i think he's what it takes and i think he's got the right attitude to be a great grand industry global news twenty four hours a day on aaron tech talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian thanks very much ed let's get to global sport let's bring.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More than five percents stronger than its count level against the dollar turkish voters all set to choose their president and parliament in an election on sunday bloomberg's symon de mccown explains a state of the economy is one of the biggest issues facing turkish voters because a high unemployment rate lira that's near record lows against the dollar and the euro double digit inflation almost the highest in fourteen years and the country has been in the state of emergency says the failed two thousand and sixteen kerr attempts which critics say has damaged fundamental rights and freedoms in a nation of eighty million people in istanbul simmons bloomberg daybreak europe thailand's prime minister has said as military government is committed to holding an election early next year and that he may clarify his political future in september prius channel jam made the comments in an exclusive interview with bloomberg in the past people have elections in thailand but the important criteria the election is organic laws right now the factor is quite ready for elections so i'm quite sure we would be able to hold elections in february next year and melania trump's made a surprise visit to a child migrant camp in texas as a us government tries to shake off criticism i'm here to learn about your timothy and we try now you have children on a longterm basis and also live to ask you how i can help the first lady's people claim it was her idea before her husband signed an order yesterday to stop children being separated from their parents he's been facing international criticism of the footage emerged of them being held in large metal cages global news twenty four hours a day on and talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm younger and this is bloomberg marcus very much indeed leon now coming up here on daybreak europe we'll be continuing our conversation with algebra alberto gallo is going to be staying with us here in the studio plenty more to talk about this morning including the latest when it comes to trade this is daybreak europe we are live from bloomberg's european headquarters in london futures this morning looking higher ahead of the open this still join bloomberg and top institutional investors in zurich this june.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Chinese demand for luxury goods the stock up by more than five percent kaspar von cosco anna edwards i myself spoke to him this morning nordea i'm talking about no databank they've warned the two thousand eighteen goals looking tough after what they call a soft first quarter i suppose telling the way that it is it's getting harder at their stock of two percent what did he tell sebastian yes so they got less income in the first quarter night they expected they bet on the on net income on net interesting come on netflix and commissioning come that they missed the analysts consensus so the two thousand eighteen goal is now looking tough after that the ceo saying to you earlier on committing to those cost targets that they can generate more profit than in two thousand seventeen in the fourth quarter he talked about slightly higher revenues as the goal but also giving an update on the de risking that is now completed the most important parts at least an intention is to focus more on the customer's stock is getting here is down by more than two percent okay thank you very much there with the very latest on the stocks to watch the feast of early state caroline everything goes back to the axis of the iran us french at relationship doesn't at this morning yes certainly does that on our top stories this morning french president emmanuel macron wants to negotiate a new agreement with von that would curb its development of ballistic missiles and also contain its involvement in regional wars in addition of course to halting its nuclear program permits nathan hager says that pointed differences have emerged of course between michael and the us president perhaps the most pressing difference is on the iran nuclear deal president trump has till may twelve to decide whether to stay in it president macron is calling for extending it through twenty twentyfive while ending iran's missile program this is the only way to preserve sovereignty in the region and to build peace on the.

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KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on KOMO

"Will be changed bloomberg reports a sudden increase in postal rates could cost amazon more than two billion dollars per year president trump has been highly critical of amazon a recent days tweeting saturday than amazon must pay real cost and taxes now florida senator marco rubio is also jumped in with a tweet of his own saying amazon has brought americans lower prices but could hurt competition in the long term the senator added potential new economy monopolies will require close monitoring last week the white house said no administrative action was planned against amazon at this time bill o'neil komo news amazon stock losing more than five percent of its value today lawmakers are expressing deep concern over reports that the department of housing and urban development is considering removing the words free from discrimination from its mission statement abc's lana zak reports from washington seven congressional democrats have cosigned a letter to ben carson the secretary of housing and urban development arguing against eliminating the phrase free from discrimination from hud's mission statement they write quote these changes to the hud mission statement would arrays decades worth of progress and bring back an era in which people were denied housing based on the color of their skin the department confirmed that it is considering removing the antidiscrimination language is part of larger changes to better match the priorities of the administration and secretary ben carson lana zak abc news washington well something to consider if you plan on buying season tickets for seattle's proposed nhl team you may have a hard time reselling your seat komo's charlie harder explains over.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sector etf troubled waters here in the asia pacific in terms of the equity market opens for most markets expected today that after a pretty toward selling on wall street and nasdaq down one ninety three that was a drop of two point seven percent tech stocks getting slammed pretty hard until down six percent or so we also had tesla and amazon down more than five percent very unusually large moves there as investors seemed to swoop in and just derailing their portfolios and we've now got the markets the major indices in correction mode down more than ten and also the s and p five hundred tumbled below it's two hundred day moving average so in terms of what might be support we've you've got the s and p five hundred here at twenty five eighty one the low that we set back in february was what was that twenty five thirty two and so you know that might be stopping point we'll see in terms of the asia futures the nikkei is looking like lopin down more than one percent australian futures look flat the cash market in new zealand is down half of a percent the doll yen one zero five seventy six the euro is trading just under a dollar twenty three now in the aussie dollar seventy six point five six uss you'd have a pretty good manufacturing pm i print they're up five point six points monthonmonth to sixty three point one and that seems to be a record high at least if you look at bloomberg data going back about twenty five years for so okay twelve minutes before the top of the hour you are now updated on markets let's get a news update at baxter steps in and he's got the top story he's making headlines ed network has been used to incite violence in myanmar meanwhile ceo mark zuckerberg is firing back at apple ceo tim cook's criticism that treats its customers like product saying the comments were extremely glib and not truthful tesla ceo elon musk is straight up challenging the ntsb today regarding the fatal crash of one of its autopilot cars must tweeting a lot of.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The live first word breaking news desk i'm linden wood duck right us ten year treasury last quoted in new york at a yield of two eighty two we had shares in fedex down by more than five percent in the us session on concern of weaker trade flows and the guggenheim china technology etf finished off more than five percent is well it's identify its worst loss since about two thousand fifteen san francisco is next at nineteen past the hour so we can get the latest on global news ed baxter is in the bloomberg nine sixty newsroom eddie doug thank you facebook ceo mark zuckerberg has been called to appear before a house panel is part of the fallout from revelation revelations that data of millions of users was obtained by cambridge analytica zuckerberg called era ghent meanwhile by congressman chris collins a south korean court has approved an arrest warrant for ex president lee in the corruption scandal there john dowd has resigned as donald trump's lead attorney regarding matters tied to the mall russia investigation this after the president added high profile attorney joseph dj nova to his legal team video of the uber autonomous crash that killed a pedestrian shows the woman fully crossed one lane of traffic before being hit questions about why the technology did not pick the victim up house has passed a one point three trillion dollar budget there are threats in the senate to hold it up causing a government shutdown global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg rich hey thanks for that ed let's get back to our guests at carrow schleef she is deputy chief investment officer at abbot downing investment advisor socialization life i'm sorry carol okay wet blue numbers out of nike of course in a day like this it tends to be the good news totally ignored at what point do we start looking at the good news and ignoring the bad that's that's the key question hopefully sooner rather than later because when you look under nathan at the.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Business with the with the white house with jared kushner but they didn't go forward they're actually in dc last january they had all these meetings set up and they stopped short of talking to robert muller and that is because brian they were worried about burning their bridges on diplomacy they had come in town they felt like there was a warming of the relationship and they went to the fbi but they stopped short of going to the special counsel's office so in a nutshell this really shows what happens when there's a conflict of interest when our foreign countries can't decide whether or not they should comply come forward in a national security level investigation or if they should try to preserve diplomacy with this white house and there are a number of considerations they had to wait here and ultimately they decided not to go forward but we can be sure that robert mueller is is still getting this information through other channels mr kosta you get the last word tonight because tomorrow morning everyone in a hilton garden inn courtyard by marriott hotel room is going to open their door look down and there will be usa today and usa today we'll have this story about mr rosenstein giving a rare interview in it he in effect says everything's fine here we're chugging along this case takes up no more than five percent of my energy but no one should consider muller and unguided missile what do you make of it what do you make of his decision to speak at all brian has a reporter i don't i'm not a big believer in coincidences in politics you saw rod rosenstein a deputy having dinner the other night with the attorney general jeff sessions at central michelle recharge restaurant in dc assigned perhaps many reporters thinking their allies thing of solidarity as this russia investigation faces scrutiny from the white house and today rod rosenstein talks to usa today knowing that the house republicans are going to be coming out with its conclusion about no collusion and their view he knows what he's doing trying to protect the pro protect muller are great thanks to our leadoff panel tonight julia ainsley.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"House that you were already planning but you can do whatever else you want to so apple might be looking at acquisitions you know stock buybacks bigger dividends for shareholders which is something that they have been asking for and we don't wanna just dance pass that word acquisition for my part i'll be looking to see what companies apple buys there are definitely areas where it has lagged or hasn't had the band wits to focus virtual reality driverless cars may be apple could start throwing cash around to put too gather that streaming tv service that it's been promising for the last five years or so marketplace tech hosts mali would in northern california apple stock rose one point seven percent to one hundred seventy nine yesterday but it's down slightly in premarket trading the chinabased company ten cent which does we chat is widening its lead over facebook as most valuable social media company in the world some of this as investors have a little crush going on on asiabased tech companies at the moment but the main thing is facebook shares dropping after the company decided to change its algorithm to favour real friends and family interactions rather than corporate pitches facebook stock is down more than five percent since then some other numbers the footsie in london down fourtenths percent dow s p and nasdaq futures are mixed the day after the dow rose wanted a quarter percent three hundred twenty two points president donald trump is visiting a heavy equipment factory in pittsburgh today embarked to campaign for a republican candidate looking to fill the vacant congressional seat the president is expected to promote us manufacturing as well marketplace's aaron schrank reports us manufacturing added about two hundred thousand jobs last year another step in the sectors slow but steady recovery since the recession when a third of those jobs disappeared rob atkinson with the information technology and innovation foundation says were still a million job shy of where we were a decade ago but bloodbath is over but i wouldn't call this a renaissance recall it more of a convalescent still total output is nearing alltime highs and new orders for american manufactured goods are rising at the quickest pace since two thousand three mark zandi at moody's analytics says president trump shouldn't take much credit i don't think he's had any impact on the.

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WBAL 1090AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Drop by more than five percent but exceptions kansas city were one hundred forty nine people have been killed the most to nearly five years experts onshore wind you're listening to abc news wbal news update on newsradio wbal app we've got twenty five degrees mostly cloudy skies at one otsu get after noon i'm troy johnson hundreds gathered inside warmer morial plaza to remember the victims of violence in baltimore this year mayor catherine pews interfaith candlelight vigil featured choirs and the voices dave on fleming last night tammy burrell's 24yearold son was shot and killed she hopes that city leaders can cut down on the violence that is impacting so many in the city council amee you gotta go against them i know you should be on you or me when i think you'll muscle he will also play where slow the wealth on the war in a year with three hundred forty three homicides amir says we will change the future of baltimore and become the safest city in america visit tation set for today at vaughn green funeral home in randalstown for jonathan toll basch the morgan state students shot to death in a robbery attempt on monday night of last week his funeral will be tomorrow morning at eleven a huber morial life sent on centre on lock raven boulevard just days ago city police released surveillance video of two suspects in the shooting one of them is seen flashing a silver gun as for the second suspect there is light facial hair this is face look familiar look closely at his face and keep in mind the victim jonathan reportedly had six dollars in his pocket wbaltv 11 david collins we have the video for you to check out right now a wbalcom us department of education opening a third investigation into the handling of sexual assault reports on the university of maryland college park campus the department's office of civil rights launched a latest investigation on the summer sixth in addition to others earlier this year the school says they are aware of the investigation and will fully comply and are committed to a campus free of sexual misconduct the school is one of several maryland university will open investigations into title nine violations the others include johns hopkins morgan state and the university of maryland baltimore county phil yacuboski wbal newsradio 1090 final full practice today for the ravens ahead of.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Years npr's pam thessaly reports the rising numbers are being blamed on a shortage of affordable housing in several big cities most notably los angeles almost five hundred fifty four thousand people were homeless during a one night count earlier this year that reverses a recent downward trend although housing and urban development secretary ben carson says most of the country is seen a drop in the number of people living outside orange shelters were were not making great progress are in places like los angeles and new york city were the rooms are going up much faster than the incomes los angeles reported in nearly twenty six percent increase in homelessness as sierra veterans homelessness is also up slightly but family homelessness declined more than five percent still fifty eight thousand families with children were without homes pam fast slur npr news you're listening to npr news more wild fires have broken out in southern california powerful dry winds that can gust up to seventy miles per hour are fanning the blazes making it more difficult for firefighters to attack them hundreds of thousands of people have had to flee to safety a newspaper in a region of china bordering north korea has published tips on how to survive a nuclear attack npr's rob schmitz has more the state run paper in the city of julian near the border of north korea published a fullpage of advice on how readers can protect themselves in the event of a nuclear attack it included tips like lying in a ditch covering exposed skin and diving into a river lake to try and minimise the possibility of instantaneous death from a thermonuclear blast cartoon illustrations of how to wash off radioactive contamination were also included china has voiced grave concern over north korea's nuclear missiles program and it's called on the us to stop provoking pyongyang us bombers will fly over the korean peninsula.

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"more than five percent" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"more than five percent" Discussed on USA Today

"On the nasdaq is winning the race on wall street this year and that could bode well for the stock market for the rest of the year kyle madam shell and this is america's markets the nasdaq is parting like it's 1999 it's up more than five percent this year which is far better than the dow's up one percent game it's now being paced by hot biotech stocks like wreck row pharma which is up four hundred and fifteen percent this year as well as tech names is within striking distance of its record high set way back in march two thousand here's the good news history show does that the stock market does well the rest of the year after tax filing day when the nasdaq is beating the dow a study by a rocky white a schafer's investment research shows that when the nasdaq is thompson performance at this point in the ear more gains tend to follow it's a good sign when the nasdaq leads white says and the data back some up in the past four years when the nasdaq leads the mark on april fifteen the high octane index has posted average returns of thirteen percent the rest of the year and has also been up the rest of the year eighty three percent of the time there's even better news the dow ten suppose sala returns to when the nasdaq is leading the charge on april 15th the dow gained more than seven percent on average the rest of the year so forget about the checky digest wrote to uncle sam for owed taxes if you park some cash and the nasdaq you're likely to net gains in the stock market oh with billy idol whose numerous paul danson with myself billy it's great to have you today for in los angeles told.

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