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"mr keane" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

06:18 min | 2 months ago

"mr keane" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Or g'kar Ray Appleton Appleton on news talk 5 81 Oh 59 K. M. J. Getting to the phones right now for a little bit, Christopher, you're on Cam J. Hi, there. Yes, sir. Um, I've called you before, and I mentioned that I voted Democrat but I am with you 100% on this topic when it comes to the border and Mr Keane and all out of their stuff. What they do is terrible. Um, I was watching a documentary where rival cartels will Make examples out of each other by killing opposite members with chainsaws and diesel fuel and acid and it contaminate it contaminates the mind, you know. It makes me wish that I didn't read stuff like that even be kept achieve and look it up. But I don't want no, I don't want the contempt contaminate my mind like that. You know, I mean, but I was hoping you could help. I could help you help me, Ray, because, like I said, I was joking when I should have them. Love hate with you. I do. Enjoy your show. You believe your fair and I don't think you know only did this s O. I was hoping you wouldn't mind if I point this out to you. And you would have taken the wrong way. Okay. No, Please, Please, let me tell you. One thing about them is 13. We all should be concerned about it. And again. I wasn't kidding when I talked about, you know, they're in there in Mendota there in Parlier there in our community, So I mean, we got more to worry about than what's coming across the border, at least what's being reported. Coming across the border right now, and if I go ahead with your other point Yes, I agree when you mentioned well, I've heard this on several different real stations. But I noticed that when they tend, uh uh Mentioned the countries that are coming over here. Legally. Trust me. I'm the first one to say I'm of Mexican descent. Um, excuse me, Um I know that brown people, brown countries, they're right next door, so obviously it's going to be a lot easier for them to come illegally. Then anyone across the Atlantic Ocean like in Europe or Middle East, and then I understand it. There's also people from China and Russia that overstay their visas. And when, when? When you mentioned that list of like Russia, China All Middle East and, uh, Mexico. I understand that the majority do come from some of those countries. But if you leave out like France and and and Germany and and and and Ireland, I understand that there are up to my research. Maybe not as many. But there's also a lot of people from those countries that overstay their visa to. So what? What? What? I'm on board with you and I'm like, Hey, you know what? Yeah, raised, right, You know, China, Russia, Middle East. But then when I don't hear Germany and in Ireland, then I'm sorry. Start to think like, I don't want to be like you don't same rate. We're talking about two different things, bro. You're talking about over staying there Visa, which means they're already in the country. I'm talking about people who are walking through the border illegally and entering, you know, through the southern border of Mexico. That's that's two different things, you know? Well, bro, I I First of all I don't wanna be called bro. I'm a grown man. I was being respectful towards you, Ray. The respect for you if you program you know, I call everybody, bro, but that's all right. I will call you, bro. I mean, I left bro behind when I was 15. I mean, I'm adult now. I don't say, bro. I respect you. Your sir to me. Okay? You're sir. I'll call you sir. I won't call you, bro ever in my life. But like I said, I know a testing her with you to me. They're both illegal whether you crossed illegally. But this is what I noticed with you conservatives. There's always a difference all, bro. They're here already. And the other one is coming early. We know that both illegal to me. I'm an American citizen. That both of you. I don't care if you came illegally yesterday, or have you been here for two years and you overstayed your visa? You're both illegal to me and see, that's where you You just proved me, right? About saying there's a difference then, Ray, I thought you were different. But you just proved me wrong, man. I mean, you prove me right before the difference. The There was a difference to you. Very both illegals. They're both legally are Of course they are You. No, I mean, uh, Breaking into somebody's house is illegal. Killing somebody is illegal, but they're both vastly different. And they use you know different bits of metal methodology. There tried differently fair. They're charged differently, as are those individual who overstayed their visas and those people who walk into I didn't interrupt you and those people who walk across the border illegally and those people who walk across the border illegally it just about every country in the in the in the world, I said 69 nations have been reported. Since the Biden administration took over walking in through the border in Mexico. Now that's obviously gonna include some European nations, isn't it? Let me put some out. I have a lot of family and friends and sangria Parle ears. I have a lot of roots and both of those places there is no worry about M s 13. I feel like that's a bunch of fearmongering. If anything, we need to worry about the American American rooted gangs, You know, like North Daniel, Sir Daniel Bgf Varian brothers there. Those are the ones that we need to worry about. I don't know he on Hispanic and I'm evolved a lot with the Hispanic community. Um, uh, They don't have problems with Emma 13. I feel like that's fearmongering. And the difference between the overstayed visas, overstayed visas and illegal crossing is ones white ones. Brown. That's all. That's the difference right there, too. In your mind, Chris, for I gotta let you go because I'm up against the clock. But, you know, calm down, brother. Sounds like your head's gonna blow off your shoulders. Oh, God. I called your brother. I call everybody brother. Um You're knee deep in the Hispanic community. Uh, Jack with the Hispanic mayor of Mendota. Uh, I mean, I'm sure you know who he is. I'm sure you know his name. I'm sure you're connected at the hip. Ask him about Emma's 13. Okay? Ask him. Gotta take a break. We'll continue our number two coming up. The governor live in the next hour as he's talking about a new plan of wildfire preparedness. Bro. What's wrong with that? I've been having to call people that for 35.

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm certain so. Both both teams realize they need tohave fiscal stimulus. The public needs to see that wants to see it, And there's no question about that. We still have high numbers of unemployment out there that we still have restaurants closing on a daily basis. We still have hotels closing on a daily basis. We Yes, we have manufacturing picking up. Yes, it's good to see some era people are flying in airplanes more more than they had been a couple weeks ago. But nonetheless, the economy is far below where it was a year ago. And we need to have more fiscal stimulus. This is hard for me to believe that I'm really willing to say that because in the past I've been a fiscally conservative is anybody but sometimes you have to change and this is ah! Mr Keane, as the Lord Keynes once said when asked why he had changed his position on a stock when the facts change. I change. What do you do, sir? And in this instance because of the economy being in the way of the has been over the course of past year doing because of Corona virus. Things have to change and things will change. So we will get the fiscal stimulus that I think is important. It's just a matter of how big will the president go on. How small how much smaller will miss Pelosi come, she said, 48 hours I'll come up with something within the next 48 hours. I'm quite convinced we'll continue this conversation at the bottom of the hour with Dennis Cartman, former publisher of the garment letter going to be very interested Dennis to get your take on the Positive growth story. We're seeing out of China this morning and what it could mean for the trajectory of the global recovery from the pandemic induced recession, So we'll keep this conversation going with Dennis as thie our continues here on Bloomberg Daybreak. SNP futures right now up almost 32 points..

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"mr keane" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"mr keane" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Mr Keen on DH Mother's plea murder case. Mrs Agnes Gray, the wife of a millionaire lumberman has come to Mr Quim, begging him to save her from a murder charge when her husband, Gilbert Gray, asked her for a divorce so that he could marry Shirley Spears, his young secretary. Mrs Grey had gone to Shirley's apartment to plead with her. During their quarrels surely was shot to death. Mrs Grey insists she was not the murder. Mr Keane has learned from the elevator boy, Tom Emmett that Mr Gray had given him a $50 bill as a bribe to conceal the fact that Gray was also it surely Spears apartment. Near the time of the murder. Now, Mr Keane and Mike are returning to their office where Mrs Grey's young son Jack is waiting to see them. Mike is saying Is to cancer. Look through the glass. Seems Mrs Grey Peters to the office. She's inside. Talkto young land. No doubted her son, Jake, Open the door. Almost a king. I knew you'd have me released from that J. Mrs Grey. I assume this is your son Jack. Yes, Mr Keane, the pride of my life. It's the first time he's ever held back on telling his mother what he's up to I can't get it out of what he's doing here. Mother. I came to tell Mr Keen that neither you nor dad murdered. Surely Spears. I killed him, Mr. Keane. I'm the murder. No, Jack. Mr. Kane, Mr. Clancey, don't believe him. And why did you kill a young fella? Cause she was pulling your father away from your mother. That's right, Mr Clancy, and I expect to go Scot free. Her son's got plenty of justification for killing a woman who's breaking up his parent's home, Mr Kane. Jack is just saying he killed that girl to save me. Come yourself, Mrs Grey going, Jack. Mr Keane. It will hurt my mother to hear it. But I was mixed up with surely spears myself. No, Truman. I was there when you pleaded with her to give up Dad for our sake. When I heard her laughing, you I shot her. Arrest me, Mr. Kino. Arrest me, Mr Cain. I just saved you. I killed him. I'm convinced you didn't Mrs Gray. You're attempting to pay the penalty for what may be your son's crime. That's just it. Mr. Keane mother sacrificed her whole life for Dad and her Children, Dick. How did you gain admittance to the murdered girl's apartment? I rang the bell and win in that's all Did you woke up O take the elevator. I took the elevator. Why make yes, please from Tom emit the elevator boy at the murder apartment. Tell him we're bringing up another special suspect for him for possible identification. OK, boss, I use the phone in the back office. I came to you for help Mr Keane. And you gave me your solemn promise. So I did, Mrs Grey. The only help I ask of you now is to charge me with murder. I won't have my son pay for my crime. What a wife and mother, you are. If you like you in the world today, Mr Cancer. The elevator lad says that he'll be there another hour. Thank you, Mike. Well, Dr Jack out there, Mr Caine. I'm going back to the police station and confessed to that girl's murder. Mother, mother. I'll bring her back, Mr. King here. Not so fast. Me, Bucko. You're going with Mr Kane and me to be identified. I don't have to be identified. Mr Clancy. I've already confessed. Isn't that enough? Mr Keane, the stronger the case against you, Jake, the better for your mother. If the elevator boy identifies you, I'm settin. The police will pay no attention to your mother's confession. In other words, she will be released. That's saying it all, Mister. Hello, Mr King speaking. Mr Kan, This is going great. Yes, Mr Gray. Are you speaking from your home? Yes. My daughter hero is very anxious to talk to you. Ah high state of excitement indeed. Vera claims on I believe her that her fiance murdered Shirley Spears, Your daughter of various fiance killed the woman you were involved with and want to divorce your wife to marry sound unreasonable, but its effect. Chaps. Name is Landel Curtis and he's here. Now, what was his motive? He had a prime motive, Mr Keane. Well, he was ardently courting my daughter. It was actually using that as a blind is a blind boy. Because he knew my regrettable connection with Shirley and wanted to throw me off the track. He himself was infatuated with him. And when surely told him our plans. He might it while your wife was pleading with her to give you up, Miss degree? Yes, Mr. My daughter saw him going in the apartment house where show they lived. A matter of minutes before the murder. Great. Your wife has already confessed the murder. What? But I think she did it to save you. Does that mean you want me to confess to save her, Mr Kane? No. Your son Jack has confessed the crime. I tell you all the murderer is my daughter Vera's fiance. Landel cuts the case. Wrist on identification, Sze I'll ask the police to escort you to the murder apartment with your daughter's fianc refused to go. Not spend a million to get my wife and son out of this mess, but I won't go to that place. I think the police will persuade you, Mr Green. Goodbye. Mr Cancer. I heard it all on this extension. And if I ever listen to a cock and bull story, that's it. You inject Grey go to the car, Mike. While I acquaint Lieutenant hair with my plans. I'll join you in a moment. Okay, boss. Come on, Jack. Yes, Mr Clancy..

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"mr keane" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"mr keane" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Glad to see you, Mr Keane. Thanks for turning in Mrs. Grade two is the Spirit girl's killer. So, Mike, How do you do? Lieutenant didn't hail. This is Mrs Gray's husband. Mr. Gilbert Grey. Your wife spoke something about bail. Mr. Gray. I have my checkbook with me. We're holding her without fail. We've got an open and shut case. I'll call my attorneys. Wait, Mr Gray. You didn't hear where the elevator boy who identified Mrs Grey in the next room, Mr King. His name is Tom Tom. This is Mr Keane famous investigator. Huh? Well, a major film. Do you positively identify Mrs Grey as the murders of Shelly Spears or not, as the murderers, Mr Keane? But I took her up to Ms Spears apartment and she must have killed her because she made a getaway down the service stairs. Do you know this gentleman, Tom? Oh, sure, he was Miss Spears boyfriend. The old for that kind of work to my way of thinking. I, uh I don't know his name. No. My name is Gilbert Gray. This is Grace's husband. What do you know? I always wondered why you kept your name in the dark Dell. Me. Dunn was Mr Gray in the murdered girl's apartment today or not today, Mr King. Of course I wasn't. I've got other things to tell you, Mr King. And they ever the questions to ask you. Perhaps you'll excuse us, Mr Gray said. I know that we're alone, Tom, you may talk freely. What else have you to tell me? I want to give you this $50 Bill, Mr Keane. I see. Is it really to the murder? I don't know. I got it from a spear's sugar Daddy. You mean from Mr Grey? Sure. He gave it to me to say he wasn't near Miss Spears flap today. If the police question was he there near the murder Timeto got there about an hour before his missus did. And I didn't take him down in the elevator, either. Say Yeah, say, do you think maybe he did the shooting? This is great. Looks like a pretty nice woman to may. May I keep this bill tone? I'll give you I don't need any receipts from you, Mr Key returning to you at the proper time. You testify to what? You told me in court? Yes, Mr King. You can depend on me and I shall see you later. Lieutenant Hale. Yes, Mr Keane. Will you be kind enough to have this $50 bill finger printed it, of course. What's it all about? In my opinion, it's positive evidence that Mrs Gray did not murder Shirley Spears. You don't change your mind off Mr Keane. You turned her in. I turned her in because I knew she wasn't guilty. Lieutenant Hale And they promised to deliver the actual murderer to you within the week. I'll release Mrs Grey. Then on your word Good and send it to my office. Please. Okay. But speaking of your office, my Clancy took a call from there saying Mrs Grey's son, Jack, was there wanting to see you making day. We'll hurry. Don't you know? Goodbye. And thanks, Lieutenant..

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"mr keane" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:30 min | 9 months ago

"mr keane" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Come to you in desperation, Mr King. You're the only person I could think of to help. My name is Mrs Gilbert. Great. Sit down, Mrs Grey. This is my partner, Mike. Plenty. Pleased to meet you. Mr Kane. I came about the murder of a girl named Shirley Spears. Shirley Spears, Mr Cancer. I just finished reading about that murder in the paper You did make with the police or scar on the tone for a woman. The elevator lad at the apartment gave them a description ofthe He says he took her up, but she never came down again. I'm that woman, Mr Clancy. Shane's preservers degree. Were you in the murdered girl's apartment when she was killed? Yes. I escaped through the back service stairs. Mr. Keene. You've gotta help me. Grey. I must ask you the direct question. Did you murder the girl? Surely spears. I'm a religious woman, Mr Keane. I'll put my hand on the Bible and swear that I didn't She deserved being killed if a creature ever did, but To help you. I must know all the details. What was the purpose of your visit to Shirley Spears? Mr. Keane daughter asked me to tell you that then I can't take the case. Mrs. Grey Tigris fights for her cubs. Mr. King, her mother fights for our Children. I was pleading with her and begging. I offered her every penny. I have to let my husband alone. See she left. Just a shot rang out. She felt dead before me. I knew then that I had to get out of that woman's place because they're accused of murdering her boss. Let miss agree. Go on, Make The evidence she presents against herself is so black. It seems only an innocent person telling the truth would present it. Then you will help me, Mr Key. Yes. Provided you promise to do exactly what I tell you. You must surrender yourself to the police immediately. Mrs. Gray to the police and being frank with them as you have been with me. You made a grave mistake leaving the murder scene. But Mr Kane, it's good advice Mr Keane has given so if your case goes before a judge and jury Evidence of attempting to escape go bad with you before charge. And Joe. It is great as your husband sufficient means to furnish bail. If the police arrest you. The last words, she said, were $20,000 against his cool midget. Is your husband, Gilbert Gray, the wealthy lumberman? Yes, Mr King on a finer husband and father never lived until he met. That girl is great. You mentioned the murdered girl's last words. Tell me what led up to them. I'd told her. I couldn't believe a young girl like her could love guilty. That I loved him as my husband and the father of my Children. Yes. She said something about. Maybe we both loved him for the same reason. His dollars. It was horrible. Here's the address of the police station, Mrs Gray. Sooner you arrived there, the better. I'm in your hands, Mr Keen, my cleanse and I will call on your husband and arranged for your bail. You are Mr Gilbert Gray? Yes. My name is Keane. And this is my partner. Mike Clancy. Mr. Kane. Mr. Clancy, come in. Well, Mr Keane, I just received a phone call from my wife. Thanks to you, The police are holding up for murder. I demand an explanation. Your wave came to me for help, Mr. Gray, So you threw into jail. Strange way to help her. I must say. Aside, she doesn't need your help. And maybe it's you yourself that needs help. And why So, Mr Clancy? My wife in a jealous rage killed a young woman who was employed in my office, Mr Gray. You seems firmly convinced that your wife is guilty of murder. As I'm convinced she's not. Mr Kane. I realize the position she's in And I will get her out myself. I know exactly how to do it and very quickly. Oh, Mr Gray. By confessing you were the murderer. What's that? As I understand the situation, you asked you away for a divorce so you could marry the murdered Shirley Spears. Did my wife tell you that is And she also informed me that the fatal shot was fired. Almost the instant The murdered girl made the statement that the only reason she was attempting to break up your home and marry you, Wass. Does she put it for your dollars? What? If you were concealed in the apartment and overheard that state my wasn't in Shirley Spears apartment when my wife was there, Mr Keen, so I didn't over, hear anything, and I didn't kill her. The police will undoubtedly bring up that possibility. Mr Gray. I don't know. Conclusions myself. Mr Keane. I'm sure you rate may among the lowest of the low and I am My wife is the most wonderful woman in the world. And fuel men have Children like office. I must have been out of my mind to involve myself with a girl like should re most often comes too late. Longer to the harm he's done. Mr. Kane, I want you to investigate this case for my wife and myself. Jointly. I work with the police, Mr Green. And my investigation is solely in the interest of your way. But, Mr King, I will do everything in my power to prove her innocence. To accomplish that. I'll have to prove someone else guilty. Hello. Yes, Yes, he's here. It's for you, Mr Kina, Lieutenant hail of the police. Thank you must agree. Hello, Lieutenant Hale. Go ahead. It's very interesting will be there at once. Goodbye. Have the police found anything else against my wife? You fear so the elevator boy, The murder building has positively identified Mrs Gray. I suggest your company make Lindsay and me to the police station car is outside. How.

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"mr keane" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Nar Ducey to help me introduce this week's show. I am very pleased to welcome back to the talk walkout. Podcast the man here in studio with me. Talk House film editor and Chief Nick Dawson. Thank you president here correct an end Chicago Talk has executive editor Josh Modell. Hello thank you for phoning me up today as Usual Josh. Tell us how this talk came together. Men I'd be happy to so the impetus for for today's conversation. Strangely is a musical. But it's a musical about a punk rock band formed by Jason. RDC who some of our listeners will probably know from superchunk and Bob Mould Band. Dan and his own band split single punk band when he was eleven years old called verboten. He was approached by fellow. Chicagoan about turning his young life story into a play and over the last five years he and some very talented people from the House Theater of Chicago. I have been working on turning into musical and it just opened and it's fantastic. I saw with my wife and son a couple of weeks ago. It's playing through March eighth at the Chopin Theatre. The songs are great. The story is great and led to this conversation with Jason and his friend Michael Shannon who is no stranger to Chicago theatre himself now. Jason formed the band verboten when he was just eleven. Eleven years old and the pictures are amazing. This these cute kids just ready to rip it up. Will you won't believe this Josh. But they're basis Chris. Keene became my high school homeroom teacher. He was Mr Keane who had told told me he played in a band as a teenager and opened. If I remember this correctly for like Metallica or something but it was no big deal. He said of course it did become a big deal. Though in part due to Dave grow. That's right the spark for the play came from the House theaters David nephew. Who saw an episode of Dave Grohl Sonic Highways on HBO? Yeah this was Dave's documentary series about music now. One of Dave Grohl 's biggest musical influences weirdly was verboten. His cousin Tracy was the singer Bolton and when I was a kid he came and visited Chicago he saw them rehearse and it made him think I can do punk rock so verboten is not just the the funny story of these kids in Evanston Illinois. It's also the story of the spark of Dave Grohl. Weirdly to mazing at Josh. Thank you so much for sending us these all some clips of the infants infants of verboten rocking. He has fantastic so they just found their original demo tape One copy of their original demo tape. Nobody had it And then jason and pressed up five hundred copies on vinyl kind of to celebrate the opening of the play from that seven inch here is a very young Jason introducing one of their tracks. Check it out Jason. Or the tariffs verboten. This next song is called. Leave me alone and it sounds exactly like this sliding.

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The euro dollar thirteen ninety eight point eight to Tom and Paul Karen. Thank you so much. Appreciate that this morning. Readiness screen you're down negative eighty two. It is a joy to wander over the next twenty seven minutes with Adam Posen of the Peter. Persson institute. There are fourteen to seventeen things we could talk about including Dr poses is going to solve Brexit forest. But in lieu of that, we'll talk to Adam Posen about the economics of this moment. Adam Posen is the Phillips curve still in play as an operative theory. If the echoes building or is begged them decide Toby yesterday, are we just simply a state of equilibrium where it's every central Bank for itself. Ooh. That's really good, Tom. Thank you for having me. The answer is both not not one or the other. So the Phillips curve is definitely still in play the widespread belief, including for my colleagues Levin Blanchard and Joseph Ganyana and from the leadership at the fed. Kicks in at some point. But that we are clearly experimenting with how low we can go before it kicks in and how steeper celebrating it will be. And I frankly, I commend chair chair Paolo vice-chair Clarita, governor Brainard everyone who's come out and said we can afford to risk it. And particularly that they've been bringing out. The fact that bankers like not to say, which is that you can have wage increases that can come at the expense of prophets. That are not necessarily inflationary. Phrase, how low can you go is so important, folks? And this goes back to the diversity within economics of using interest rates the nominal in the real rate down through negatives. German two year now has been chronically negative Dr puzzle we can frame this is maybe Lawrence Summers. Saying maybe not in someone like Marvin good friend of aboard conservative thought saying use negative interest rates is a constructive tool. How are we doing it? Our negative interest rate experiment. Well, I think we have to keep re emphasizing the negative interest rates. Mr. Keane are mostly what the economy gives the central Bank? Not with the central Bank gives the interesting. Yeah, it is. And this is where I think Larry Summers. Made one of his biggest contributions it is arguably a reflection of the low desire for investment be at risk aversion after the crisis be cyclic. Although it's harder to believe at this point. It could be cyclical or. Be it that we need a negative rate. Just to keep the economy turning over. Now, this is a very disturbing thing. And it gets you into all the issues of productivity, but from the central banks point of view, if they're not if they're finding that you get a recession if you raise rates at this point that's telling you something about the real economy. It's not telling you something about the central bank's. So Adam I'm actually kind of amazed at how well the sterling has kind of held in there over the last week, as you know, we've had some very unprecedented things happening in the house of parliament. What do you think Theresa May can bring to the house of Commons on Monday that might support the sanguine outlook that at least the currency markets seem to be forecasting? Well, Paul I think here, I'm not very different from a lot of what you all. And Bloomberg of Ari banana icing reporting, I think it was just a lot of this was already priced in and people perhaps a bit wishfully. But I think reasonably think that there's more chance of. A good resolution and less chance of a hard break said no deal breaks it. So that's kept sterling afloat. What can they bring on Monday is very difficult. I think the the ways we get out of this are either people's vote meaning a referendum directly on no deal. Brexit versus remain or basically make capitulates and she goes to. To essentially Norway. Plus, plus, plus, which means in the EU in economic terms out in political terms. She won't do that. Because she cares too much about free movement. She's to anti immigration, she won't do that. Because the people in her party on the right wing will support it. And she wilted that because Jeremy Corbyn wants to create chaos, whether it should be is a cross party vote in favor of suspension of article fifty for the good of the country. But that's not going to happen. You expect the European Union to make any meaningful concessions to allow may to get some kind of deal through parliament as my friend. Jonathan Puertas is one of the leading British analysts. Have Brexit has said for the heart of hearing what the EU is said is you compromise on freedom of movement. We're happy to talk deal. But if you don't move any of your red lines, don't expect us to change anything. And so there is are these rumors that they might sell. Out the Irish in some sense because the Irish backstop, which is a complicated issue is very symbolic for the right wing of the conservative party. But in the end, I don't think they will. This is so important with your work at the Bank of England in your expertise on Germanic society and the whole continental historical economic movement. All this is great. But the bottom line for leave as an stellar for another time, maybe to rebuild the empire or to go back out and do WTO say younger, George Herbert Walker Bush kind of stuff how do you frame that nostalgia for two thousand thirty. No, tom. I think you've got your regard. Exactly, this is the fantasists. I mean, we saw this even from Neil Ferguson a couple of years ago, though, he's since recanted that we're going to break up the EU and sensually in have, you know, the northern essentially white conservative states all come together, and we're gonna have a Hanseatic league. And we're going to do this, and then these fantasies that's for some reason India or Austrailia would care more about trading with the UK at this point than with the rest of the EU. Even if there was resentment over the past. Colonialism? Stupid for those countries to think that way now so it is an imperial fantasy. It is a right wing fantasy. But unfortunately, Corbin and some on the left Charrette because they they have a different fantasy from the thirties, which is Stalin's altruism in one country. Let us consider posted with us wound up on Brexit. And of course, working at the Peterson institute where he is put together a terrific team of people. He mentioned Dr Blanchard. I cited an alleviate blonde chart chart from I think ten years ago in a in one of our wonderful guest today was using it to show, Brexit dynamics. This was on a log basis. So we don't know if we should do logarithms on radio, maybe that won't work. We're gonna come back with Adam Posen continue our discussion focused more on the fed and more on the American economy. I also wanna talk Paul Sweeney about. Technology and the overlay of modern technology with what we're trying to guesstimate in our view Ford is let me do a day to check negative thirty three on the Dow twenty four thousand one seventy four which really shows the recovery we've seen over the last ten days the vix twenty twenty one twenty two a better statistic. Now eighteen point nine eight on the so real calm here across seventeen days of January. Some would say even back to Swiss Christmas Eve is well curve flat. Today, not part of the equation, saying dollar fled. I don't surly one twenty nine in advancing smartly through the mid day here. One twenty nine sixteen Paul Sweeney in New York Adam posted with us in Washington. And I'm Tom Keene and our studios in London. Stay with us. This is Bloomberg. Let's get the latest news update from Michael Barr. Thank you very much..

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Queen, Victoria station. If you haven't been here Queen, Victoria street. It's remarkable. Now, the Bonk pin they say, they don't say Bank is Bonk. You get off at bunk bunk underground is just beneath our beautiful building. Here along with the great Roman ruins and Saint Stephen's church. Walbrook is here. Christopher Wren's family church all sorts of history as well. And to me pin. The history is once again markets lift risk or a risk off. But you wonder Pimm can it sustain through the day. Yeah. Well, you got pound sterling at one twenty six twenty the euro one thirteen that's a better number. Yes. And you've got futures. Dow futures up right now two hundred ninety seven s and p futures dollar gets right oil up almost two percent. And well, you know, we'll see what happens when the market. Get the get the market open. You don't you got somebody here to help us prepare for that too. We do why don't you bring in a gentleman of equity? Yes. Dave Wilson, Bloomberg stocks columnist and blogger mlive go on the Bloomberg. And remember to send Dave an Email at dwilson at Bloomberg dot net. You can sign up for his daily free Email newsletter. And you will also get his chart of the day. Dave where do you want to start today when you're taking a look at equities. Well, let's take a look at the companies tied into US, China trade. I mean, you have these headlines coming out of the Wall Street Journal about China preparing to increase access for foreign companies. They look into replace they're made in China twenty twenty-five plan. So there are a few stocks that you serve reflexively take a look at and they're moving higher in early trading. Boeing, for example, you've got those shares up about two percent. GM higher by two and a half percent. Taking a quick look at Ford Motor stock. Also higher about one half percent there. So the prospect that things are going to open up in China to be well received. At least potentially the opening up. We should say Johnson Johnson's up three quarters of a percent. The healthcare company has begun settling consumer claims that knowingly sold defective. Artificial hips, the agreements follow seven years of litigation proceeded trial at set to begin January fourteenth in Dallas WalMart, also up three quarters of a percent. The retailer extended agreement with the pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts several seek to offer more discounts on prescription drugs. Terms weren't disclose Verizon the Dow one and a half percent. Of course. Yes. They had talked about that four and a half billion dollar right off the purchase price of yahu and AOL. Now there. To the equivalent from by Morgan Stanley expects to see little growth next year Morgan Stanley also lowering its rating on hold on. One and a half percent. Yeah. Mr. K has David I missed the second time they've written off as someone's written off. Something David you've been doing this for decades. Here have you ever seen the speed of admitting dumb move like this move? Well, look mean it happens from time to time amazement changed avenue CEO. So they're not necessarily committed strategy that they were when they decided that buying AOL and Yahoo made sense. So that would explain the timing as much as anything here. But it's definitely quite the about studying. Yeah, it is I say EBay down one and a half percent. Also cut the hall from by Morgan Stanley, these their equivalent Newark Crin biosciences one of the movers of the day down nineteen percent. The drug makers proposed treatment for Terrell syndrome and children failed to reach the main goal. The midstate study now across down ten percent. US regulators declined to approve the company's reformulated version of an opioid drug was redesigned in an effort to deter abuse. Retailing? Real quick. You've got American Eagle outfitters down eight percent their earnings forecasts for fiscal fourth quarter trail the average Aspen Lululemon athletic though, up three and a half percent. The yoga wear maker and retailers raised to buy from neutral at CitiGroup. Thank you very much. Dave Wilson, Bloomberg stocks columnist and blogger mlive go on the Bloomberg. Remember once again send Dave an Email sign up for his daily free Email newsletter d Wilson at a Bloomberg dot net. Mr. Keane, do you know about a potential for government shutdown because? Yes. Not in the papers here. It's amazing folks to see the separation of what's leading you see Brexit in the left hand column of the post two days ago pin that was stunning. But no, it's really not on the radar here. Not because the backstop that whole Irish backstop Northern Ireland backstop that's about a border. We've got a debate about a border and to help us understand what this means for the government's budget. Is none other than Jack Fitzpatrick? He is our congressional reporter for Bloomberg government. He covers everything including the budget, and appropriations and that whole process he joins us now from our ninety nine one studios in Washington DC, Jack give us an update you've been talking a lawmaker's on Capitol Hill. What's happening? Well, so the the big update yesterday was that Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi met with Donald Trump, and that was supposed to be really a private meeting. But a lot of it played out in front of the press and turned into just a sort of public debate over the border wall and border security issues to the point where Pelosi called it a downward spiral the one victory for Democrats. Really was that Trump said if there's a shutdown he won't blame them. He'll be the one to shut down the government, and he would be proud to shut down the government. But that's clearly not a good sign for anybody hoping for to avoid a partial shutdown. So afterward lawmakers, including Republicans even really said they have no idea if Trump is going to be willing to sign a stopgap measure, it's not looking very likely that they can get a full spending deal by the December twenty first deadline. So the question now is can both sides. Come up with some sort of solution possibly under the five billion dollar request that Trump has made for a border wall in which they can both kind of save face or do they have to kind of pressure Trump into signing a stopgap just to avoid a shutdown right before Christmas. Now, Jack just be clear here. I mean, there is precedent for shutting down the government on a variety of issues. I mean during the Reagan administration there were three funding gaps that led to shutdowns lasting one day or less. There was a funding gap during George H W Bush's administration that caused a weekend shutdown Bill Clinton's administration there were two full government shutdowns during ninety five and ninety six. So this is not something brand new. No, what is new about? This though is usually when you have one of these issues. That's so contentious that somebody wants to insert it into the spending go, she Asians. If there's a shutdown. They want to blame the other side Republicans still don't really. Acknowledge that they're the ones who shut down the government in two thousand thirteen trying to repeal ObamaCare. Democrats don't want to acknowledge that they shut down the government in January over Dhaka on undocumented immigrants. Usually you have a blame game right now. Trump is so in support of the shutdown if he doesn't get exactly what he wants on that full five billion dollars that it's really unclear when this ends. Usually, you see who's taking the blame for the shutdown, and you realize that maybe you're not going to get what you want and you cave. Trump is trying to make it as clear as possible in these negotiations that he's not gonna cave. He's happy to say, he's the one who would shut the government down. And he does not want any sort of compromise nothing on fencing or a compromise number below five billion. He wants exactly what he wants. And he will shut the government down. If he doesn't get it is what he says at least two weeks out. Right. Okay. But but check I mean to be fair. I mean, you could say that it was a rhetorical flourish. I mean, he wasn't. Like saying yesterday in that meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. He wasn't saying I really wanna do this. This is my goal. I mean, come on. This was this was a back and forth that was happening. Well, he has said it's not his goal. Although he has said even before that meeting that he genuinely thinks that a shutdown would be politically beneficial for him. And there are even a couple of lawmakers who have made that case that if he puts the focus on the border and continues to talk about the caravan that came to the border and make that the focus instead of anything else. Whether it's a bad day on the stock market or anything in the Russia investigation that is politically beneficial. And that's the that's why immigration was such a huge part of his campaign. So I I would not rule this out just as strictly a rhetorical flourish. I didn't mean to check I d I didn't mean that he was just saying this and didn't mean it it was just a tone. I guess I was saying. Yeah. Well, I think this is out of his playbook. It is out of his playbook. And the takeaway is he kind of put himself in a spot where he can't get out of it. He can't go back from it and say, oh, Democrats are the ones who are shutting down the government over the border. They they came out of that feeling like they had accomplished something at least minor because he said if this if this happens, I will be the one to take the blame. All right. I'm shutting you down for just a moment because we gotta move on. But I thanks as always the Jack Fitzpatrick are congressional reporter for Bloomberg government. He covers the budget and appropriations processes all over Washington DC talking about the potential for a government shutdown. Now, the news in New York City. Here's Michael Barr down, Pimm. Thank you very much. It is sentencing day for President.

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"mr keane" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on The Film Vault

"So he's Secondly his own legal counsel to best scene in the movie by far actually happened in real life. Anderson Margaret produced a big is painting. The judge one of them said we're going to settle. This guy's gonna paint in front of me right now. Produce a painting of fifty three minutes and you decided he declined to participate due to a shoulder injury. He's like oh. Such a slime ball so good, and he kept going back and forth asking himself questions he going back and forth between the witness stand and the and the bench he wouldn't like he wouldn't just sit witness to testify one. Then Mr. Keane? What happened next? What if that actually, I don't know fucking gray particular type of good number four for me Keam? This is a classic Brian. I'm not sure you've seen actually I would bet money. You have not have not Norman Jewison made a film called injustice for all along before Metallica. The Elbe in the other room took the name for themselves and Justice for all I'm talking about. Arthur Kirkland played by Pacino in the nineteen Seventy-nine classic and Justice for all movies. You know, specially with everything's going on today in politics and with the stuff that was happening with the old Brent Cavanaugh over there. If you months ago, this movie is very very relevant damn go at movie, another one we got. Brian. You're out you're out of order. You're at order you're out of order, you're out of order. If you have not seen injustice for all you wanna see Pacino like in his prime. This is a good one. It goes down smooth too. I saw this number of years ago. And I remember really enjoying I'm ever movies where I could call my mom because she's like lady, you know, the fifties sixties sixties, and she really watched a lot of movies like in the seventies. And this is seventy nine, and I was catching up with some of the classics, and I love call my mom and discussing them with her and she remembers them really well too because she hadn't seen them any movies. So that's one of the beauties of not seeing a lot of movies. See? Yeah, they stick out. But it's it's really a story of a lawyer whose sticks to his principles, and despite the fact that he does he does things that could easily cost him his career because he feels like the right things to do in a corrupt system. And there was a seven eight minute opening statement that ends the movie. That's pretty much the end of the movie. What is the opening statement in a trial? That were judge is on. He he's he's all on trial. Judge a well respected powerful judge on trial for rape. Oh. And and there's no witnesses Cava. It's very similar even though it wasn't rape. But the cabinet, but there's no witnesses very similar, no witnesses only one woman's testimony. And that's all that's why it's so relevant. And a lot of his opening statement is like why would she lie? What's in it for her? What's her motive? There must be a motive. Or is it politically motivated? Why is she why would she come out of the woodwork and lie and put herself on its play like this and? It's powerful powerful relevant and relevant. And it's called and Justice for all. And it's not made by Metallica covered. It. And Justice real three for me. Probably Alan Kirk comeback should've gotten Arthur earth or through probably should've gone a couple more clips, Barry Levinson, one of the writers this dance there. Eleven's in one of the writers of and Justice for all interested to see if this crossover. At Norton as Alan Isaac men. Nope. In the people for flipped. Nine hundred eighty six four movie. Yes, the good meals four move from the nineties. This is character mostly based on the real life Isaac Mun. Alan Isaac men who argued Flint's case before the supreme court in nineteen eighty eight and also a little bit of gene Reeves junior who was shot alongside Flint and the movie at Jordan's character gets shot alongside Flint the supreme court. Does not portray that often Phil Anderson hoping see the supreme court portrayed in film. Not that often. Gee, we got the train like a fictionalized. You know supreme court very often. It's not something. I take note of what can I think you answer? Can you think of top of your head of any other scenes this movie there are other? Steam loves the people vs Flint. Well, you got me there at Norden kind of inherently dramatic..

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"mr keane" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on The Film Vault

"So we Secondly his own legal counsel to best scene in the movie by far actually happened in real life. Anderson Margaret produced a big is painting. The judge one of them said we're going to settle. This guy's gonna paint in front of me right now, we're gonna produce a painting of fifty three minutes, and you decide. He declined to participate due to a shoulder injury. He's like oh. Such a slime ball so good, and he kept going back and forth asking himself questions he going back and forth between the witness stand and the and the bench he wouldn't like he wouldn't just sit witness to testify, then Mr. Keane, what happened next. What if that actually fucking Greg particular good number four for me takim? This is a classic crying. I'm not sure you've seen actually I would bet money. You have not have not Norman Jewison made a film called injustice for all along before Metallica. The Elbe in the other room took the name for themselves and Justice for all I'm talking about. Arthur Kirkland played by Alpa chino in the nineteen Seventy-nine classic and Justice for all. You know, specially with everything's going on today in politics and with the stuff that happened with the the old Brent Cavanaugh over there. If you months ago, this movie is very very relevant goddamn, go at movie, another one, we got older, Brian. You're out you're out of order. You're at order you're out of order, you're out of order. If you have not seen injustice for all you wanna see Pacino like in his prime. This is a good one. It goes down smooth too. I saw this number of years ago. And I remember really enjoying I'm ever movies where like I could call my mom because she's like lady of the fifties sixties sixties, and she really watched a lot of movies like in the seventies. And this is seventy nine, and I was catching up with some of the classics, and I love call my mom and discussing them with her and she remembers them really well too because you hadn't seen them any movies. So that's one of the beauties of not seeing a lot of movies. See? Yeah, they stick out. But it's it's really a story of a lawyer whose sticks to his principles, and despite the fact that. He does he does things that could easily cost him his career because he feels like the right things to do in a corrupt system. And there was a seven eight minute opening statement that ends the movie that's pretty much the end of the movie the opening statement in a trial. That were judge is on. He he's he's all on trial. Judge a well respected powerful judge on trial for rape. Oh. And and there's no witnesses Cava. It's very similar even though it wasn't rape. But the cabinet, but there's no witnesses very similar, no witnesses only one woman's testimony. And that's all that's why it's so relevant. And a lot of his opening statement is like why would she lie? What's in it for her? What her motive there must be a motive? Or is it politically motivated? Why is she why would she come out of the woodwork and lie and put herself on its play like this? It's powerful powerful relevant and relevant. And it's called and Justice for all. And it's not made by Metallica covered. It. Justice real number three for me. Probably Alan Kirk comeback should've gotten Arthur earth or through probably should've gone a couple more clips, Barry Levinson, one of the writers this dance, very levins. In one of the writers of and Justice for all interested to see if this crossover. At Norton as Alan Isaac men. Nope. In the people for flipped nine hundred eighty six four movie. Yes. The good meals four move from the nineties. This is character is mostly based on the real life Isaac Mun. Alan Isaac men who argued Flint's case before the supreme court in nineteen eighty eight and also a little bit of gene Reeves junior who was shot alongside Flint and the movie at Jordan's character gets shot alongside Flint the supreme court. Does not portray that often Phil Anderson hoping to see the supreme court at portrayed in film. Not that often. Gee, we got the train like a fictionalized. You know supreme court very often. It's not something. I take note of what can I think if you answer, can you think of top of your head of any other scenes this movie, there are other jobs? The people vs Flint there, you go. There you go..

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Rush. Michael Mckee in New York. I'm Tom Kean in Washington one hour away from a substantial beginning of the services at the National Cathedral, Pimm FOX use me in in New York and Pimm when we look at the day's events. All eyes will be on the service in our National Cathedral. And I would suggest that it will be of some length with all those eulogies with all the lessons of the episcopal book of Common Prayer, this will by no means be short event. No. And it'll be interesting to listen to Jon Meacham, the biography of George H W Bush. He is scheduled to speak and deliver one of the utilize eulogies good to have Pimm FOX with us. And we thank on. I think Michael Mckee, John furrows. Well, thank Michael Mckee for just terrific perspective on the time. If he reported from the White House of President Bush as well right now, we need to report on equity markets. Future's open up sixteen. Dow futures open up one of five but the cash market will not open here in twenty six minutes still an equity briefing, here's Sarah, thanks to take a look at some of the European stocks. Then today, of course, because US markets will be closed so kicking it off with some of the European autos. He look at the likes of Volkswagen BMW dialer. They are getting a bit of a boost this morning, they had meetings at the White House. They're really looking hoping that the Trump administration won't raise auto tariffs so Volkswagen CEO did come out yesterday evening saying that they're considering adding a second plant in the US also hinted that they may collaborate with Ford. So clearly these companies are trying to play nice in the sandbox. They don't want these auto tears TV race. So maybe a step forwards for that not to happen. Volkswagen BMW both up more than two percent Daimler up about one and a half percent. But then flipping the switch on the other side. If you take a look at Volvo this morning still trying to figure out what exactly is driving this. But there is some news out saying that Vogel's being. We asked by California to stop its care by Volvo subscription service after violations were found so that seems likely culprit volt put Volvo down nearly three and a half percent this morning, but also in London over in the UK. We're seeing a nice boost to some of the housing stocks as well an interesting turn there. So it does seem like maybe a chance of a no deal. Brexit is looking less likely after the series of defeats for Theresa May. So some people are saying that this could really use some of those housing stocks. You look the likes of Berkeley Group Holdings up almost seven percent this morning. That company will also report earnings this Friday, also person main up about five and a half percent. So we're seeing a bit there. And then of course, Shire the Irish headquartered biotech company, they're behind products. Like Vance like Admiral up three percent this morning. We have a bit of an update their where Japanese drugmaker Takeda is finally getting shareholder approval for its takeover of Shire in a deal. That's going to be worth about sixty two billion dollars. So Shire episode morning. And then a couple of Canadian companies just to keep an eye on as well. They did report earnings this morning. One of them national Bank of Canada beating on the top and bottom line also boosting its dividend. And then on the other hand, we've got roots? This is the on -tario based retailer actually down sixty percent. This year may get worse. After earnings this morning did not improve. In fact, they did disappoint both earnings and revenue missing earnings and also cutting sales forecasts for the year. Thanks, very much syrup Pontiac, you know, I was when you were talking about what's going on in Europe, and the stocks there, I was looking at the year to date performance of the footsie one hundred in London, and it is down nine and a half percent that is in local currency terms in pound sterling terms, but if you convert that into US dollars that's a decline of more than fourteen and a half percent. Absolutely. You look at the US. And you think especially after a day like yesterday. Oh, no. We're in trouble. But the five hundred is still in the green for about one percent, right? So you compare that with the pain that we've seen? Overseas in emerging markets and in Europe as well. It's just standing. Yeah. I mean, it's just take a look at what stocks have done in Germany, for example, down more than seventeen and a half percent in US dollar terms. All right. Thanks very much. Thank you. All right. Let's turn our attention. Now to what's going on in Washington as the race begins for Democrats to actually stand out in the Senate when the new congress takes hold. But of course, the Senate in session. Before the end of the year. Nancy Vicente our expert when it comes to all things having to do with budgets and government joins us now to tell us more. Amy. I beg your pardon. I was thinking of Amy klobuchar returning to the Senate. So I beg your pardon. Donovan. Yes, senator. Did you just got promoted? Can you tell us? Well, I'm not so sure tell us a little bit about the democratic stars that are returning to the Senate next year and how they may be using their positions to position themselves for twenty twenty. Well, there's this whole thing going on in the capital now in the democratic caucus as different senators with political ambitions that is to run for the presidency in twenty twenty are hoping to have keys slots on committees. Whether they're the ranking members or or just on a prominent committee where they can burnish their credentials and have a platform to attack Trump policies, and so on and Chuck Schumer has got to figure out who to put where although he'll have less slots to put them in because their you know, their status has been reduced when Mitch McConnell got to control of two extra seats so Schumer has to work with fewer numbers that these committees. And he has to put people in key positions and Amy klobuchar who would like to well, she hasn't said this, but she's seen as a leading candidate in among the Democrats to run. In twenty twenty might be looking for something say on the Senate Armed Services committee, where she could get some experience in foreign affairs, and a lot of other Democrats who are potential candidates already are on armed services. And then we have Kamala Harris is losing her a slot on the judiciary committee because dams are losing seats and so- Schumer is looking for another place to put her where she can have a platform to go after Trump administration policy. Nancy, Eliza Senator Elizabeth Warren as you've written is on the Armed Services Committee already. Correct. He already has that. But then she's also got a Plum seat on the banking committee where she can go after, you know, her pet issues dealing with financial services. So she's pretty well set the whole thing that's happened is because Bill Nelson and Claire mccaskill lost their races. That's created this. Domino effect and Maria Cantwell. Who's the ranking on the energy committee is in line now to be ranking on the commerce committee that has your diction over issues like transportation and technology, and it's very desirable. But people say there's been pressure on her not to give up her ranking position on the energy committee because there's concern that Joe mansion become the ranking member there, and he wants it. And he was at the White House on Monday and coal industry. People are saying privately that if Joe Manchin doesn't get that he could slip go into the Republican caucus new if you're a member of the Senate, let's go to the house here in you do something that the speaker. Whether it's speaker, Henry, clay or speaker, Nancy Pelosi, don't like what happens to you. Do you end up going on the furnace room? Well, you could like lose a position of a chairmanship or more likely. You just won't get it in the first place, and those things are very important in the house. Senators have more opportunities more venues to draw attention to themselves. But then the house chairmanships, you know, are very critical. So you could end up in the furnace room around that top floor Longworth talking about the last sick. Is we'd never want Nancy to see the surveillance furnace room. Oh, I see is that is that next to the to the house furnace from those one step down. What style love the furnace rooms in the basement of the capital? Old Roman baths. Oh, there are so many labyrinths of rooms in the basement of the capitol where all of the, you know, the the people who build a furniture. You know, the cabinets take care of all the heating and plumbing everything is down there. And it's very I look forward to an of the history of the Roman bass of the house of representatives have a habit a tour. I think a tour with with maps like the map of the stars homes in Hollywood. We we have a Roman ruin under our London offices, see Roman baths. I sense this as a deem. Thanks. Thanks very much. Nancy acknowledged Henderson always. Yes. All expertise from Bloomberg government that she knows everything about how the government works and the government working pretty well today. Mr. Keane as the nation and the capital prepare for the funeral of former president. H George H W Bush, and that will, of course, take place at the National Cathedral, and we will be covering that live along with all of the eulogies and all of the ceremony and remembrance of President Bush. You're listening to Bloomberg surveillance. The news in New York City. Here's Michael Barr. Tom, thank you very much of Ewing for George H W.

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thanks so much. I'm looking here. Pin were up five point three percent of the bottom of thanksgiving, November twenty three were basically back to where we were Tober ten. So I guess if you wanna weigh Tober tenth nothing happens. It's sort of like daylight savings. Right. You just wind the clock there. We are Oliver Chen. Without question writes, the most entertaining notes in retail there about the fabric of retailers. We do a lot on retail into this important shopping quarter. It's good to speak to the gentleman from Cowan Oliver, only, you would lead was self gifting. Define self gifting. Well, it's really about about being selfish and buying something to yourself. In addition to buying something for somebody else. So we're we're gonna see a great holiday season. And part of that is to do to consumer confidence. It's due to low unemployment also due to wage growth in this is an environment. That's happening because people are willing to sell gift as well. And that's the factor. Driving are four to five percent estimate for growth to season. I definitely saw a lot of good gifts for you over the past few days to Tom. Oh. You do tell Oliver, okay? Jacket J crew that would be perfect because differentiated and wealth yet very elegant. I'll give you elegant J crews a private company, I know you don't follow. You don't want to comment directly on a private company that would be appropriate J crew with a different tact. In more. Cosmic thing I'd say Oliver's are clearly unloading value in cheap. Why are they doing that? Why is he industry walking away from a lower price downscale brand? All the future. Retails a lot about managing a great brand and also being simplifying amplify in terms of really simplifying business models and focusing on core competencies and also restoring brand equity on that being said, you know, value is a key segment and opportunity we like off pricers we also like the outlet channel. And we think great retailers like, Costco, and others are are exceptional name tone in this environment as well. But when it comes back to the basics of of running great brands there are moments when you need to simplify and just come back to the basics of innovating at the core. So that could be related to that decision. Oliver. I'm going to see if this makes sense to simplify the retail industry, perhaps from an investor perspective, it is real estate and retail. It's how much you can charge per square foot for a commercial establishment that doesn't. Not necessarily focus on food. So you've got to keep the doors open. But that is shifting. It's not just a real estate business anymore retail can exist just in the brand imagination. Correct. Yeah. We see the advent of great digitally native brands, this is war. Be Parker casper and glossy and many others and and a world in which which this is very much volving. We could see business mixes of about fifty percent and bricks and mortar and fifty percent digital. What's interesting? This year is Omni channel at fifty. Four percent of shoppers went online and in stores over the black Friday period to shopping by this is thirty seven percent last year. So another axis of this is really the integration about digital and physical channels and the transformation of what physical retail space means there's renovations for example happening at Saks Fifth Avenue and a lot of what they're doing is highly experiential, so the physical shopping experience and expectations have changed specifically a consumers demand. Exceptional convenient such as by line pickup. Store. Reserve in stores ship from store curbside pickup. They also demand generation and product simplification there. Okay. Our chief financial officer demands margins are there. Martin are tough. I think customers win margins lose investments such as shipping also labor cost and lower prices and promotions. It's something where we're watching. But there's not a great story there in the near term as the efforts to gain market share are attained at the expense of margins Oliver, I'm sure you've read the reports about Amazon creating stores with no virtual checkout. In other words, you don't even have to scan the products you just put them in the bag and take them is that likely for non-food stores. Yeah. I think we'll continue to see the relation of this. What we're impressed about as curbside pickup at WalMart and target, and that gets very very good customer reviews. But the technology is evolving, and what we have is a is somewhat of a problem with heritage retailers, which store basis and footprints and also navigation just doesn't necessarily make sense for this kind of technology, and there's there's different tipping points where you don't want to inconvenience the ninety eight percent of people who may not use it by implementing technology. Would sounds great. So that's something people are grappling with zero checkout and not seeing a human and experiencing a store in this way. That's generally the way things are moving, and it's all about really getting the the capabilities of the cameras from the ceiling and the matching inventory management to make that work. If you had this. Select one retail establishment or website. What would it be? Where would we send Mr. Keane? Well, he lives glossier. He obviously face and that is a great site in terms of what they're doing, and and really embracing consumer and a new way how do you play that is their stock? You buy for we love, you know, also has the Kylie. Yeah. We we love Ulta also recommending a Sephora LVMH's Sephora. So the beauty concepts are very important because of the cell cellphone generation, and what's happening trove and contouring and everything there is quite immersive. So beauty is a great sector. I we love active and at leisure and the in the active where opportunity we love Kohl's. And then as far as talking about value and rebating robotics and the us economy WalMart, I mean makeup. Okay. Ulta beauty folks in the last roughly nine years, maybe ten years his only done forty three point six percent per year. That's there's room to move on that. Yeah. I mean, we see it's a concept. Like, no other doesn't really have direct competition. It is kinda the Home Depot for women and it's investing in your face. And there's a lot of innovation happening here. Good Martin product. Yeah. Well, I'd say I'd say to their CEO, Scott set aside. I just say or Mary Dillon. I say do we need merch to say we're going to say that maybe if are looking merchandise as you just come to your house. We need merch. Good morning from Bolingbrook, Illinois. Merch he say the Keene contour sculpting. Oh, very good. Oh, you're in the know. Can you see my makeup? No, don't touch your eyebrows. Oliver chen. Thank you so much. The Dow up four hundred fifteen points. Now, let's go to Mr Michael Barr and find out what's going on in the world, Mr. Barr. Thank you, Pimm. Thank you, Tom President, Donald Trump and members of congress are poised to shelve a budget fight that risks a partial shutdown of the US government at the end of the week in order to pay their respects too late president, George H W Bush the forty first president will be honored during several private and public events, including a state funeral in Washington on Wednesday on Thursday, he will be buried in Houston, Texas, next to his wife Barbara today. Bush family members of talking about the forty first president on ABC's. Good Morning, America Marshall, and Ashley Bush who are cousins. See their grandfather loved the joke with them. Family always comes first. And you do what you can to help the world. And he always tried to make us laugh. And he did like to make us laugh. Meanwhile, the new York Stock Exchange will be closed on Wednesday because of it being a national day of mourning a charter bus carrying a youth football team has crashed in Arkansas killing one child and injuring at least forty others Arkansas state police say the wreck happened early this morning along interstate thirty near Benton state police say the charter bus traveling from Texas to Memphis, Tennessee was carrying a football team that had played in championship game in Dallas over the weekend. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg Michael Barr. Thanks so much green on the screen four hundred twenty five points. Vicks comes in solid, two points. Sixteen point one three yields up five basis points earlier now up four make it.

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The yen won twelve point two six one, Tom and Pimm. Karen? Thanks so much, Pimm. Fox with eisneramper today. Thank you. Eisneramper for their support over the years at their global leaders real estate summit. I'm Tom Kean in our studios in New York. Pimm rather she slept under our radio booth here last night. She didn't want to leave. We're down worlds coming to an end. And then we rallied, and then we were down early this morning now we're done yesterday. And now green on the screen with Boeing Dowa up eighty four points twenty five thousand to eighty call it sixteen seventeen hundred points at record highs. Let's look back yesterday. Gina Martin Adams of Bloomberg intelligence. Why did we rally yesterday afternoon? You know, I think you can attribute to a lot of different factors. But the biggest one probably. I mean. Yeah. Maybe it was the Red Sox is definitely the Red Sox. No. I'd say it's probably shared technical. So we got to a point of extreme oversold conditions bounced off at twenty seven hundred which proved to be something of a sticky point for investors were using that as support in the short run. But you have these really extreme intraday moves and investors with a longer term focus are willing to take advantage of those energy moves as panic selling to add two positions, legitimately narratives and Pimm FOX. Let me interrupt the headline again on John Tucker. Thank you for pointing this out secret service stopped suspicious packages to Obama and Clinton so the secret service stopping suspicious packages to a President Obama and do president and secretary of state Clinton, and we don't have the geographies, but John Tucker as we mentioned earlier, this is some thirty miles north of New York while we had the earlier source package, and now the Clinton packages, presumably. In Chappaqua as well. I don't know the location to the Obama of of. But again, this is from the secret service, and of course, on Monday, the package was founded by George Soros, sources house in the village of Qatada part of Bedford which is not far from Chephren these painters for level audits. These are rural landscapes horse firms. There is at the basic idea just north of New York City, but very Tony. Thank you. So we don't know if the postal service delivered it or if an individual placed in the mailboxes there, we'll have more on this through the morning. And of course, Pat KIRO looking at this Bloomberg radio as well. Let's can Pimm FOX. What are you jump in with Gina Martin that one thing that the secret service says it's doing what they call a full scope criminal probe into those those explosives Gina Martin Adams. I gotta ask you, do you believe that the S and P five hundred will make a new high this year? I think that there's a really strong chance that we recover in November and December. Although I think it's going to be really tough to reach the the late September highs. Once again, I think it's gonna be a bit of a stretch, even in seasonally strong months, but I can see a case for a three setting expectations in October bouncing in November and December just on shear seasonals chasing into the end of the year without any problem. I I just think it's a bit of a stretch to expect all time highs within the next several weeks. Okay. Now, let me just add in a couple of things for investors to take note of sanctions on Iran. Take place November the fourth the situation with Saudi Arabia, the impending US midterms possible. Oil price volatility rising interest rates gloomy today. China. All right, now, take all that. And what happens to the stock market if the Republicans? Are able to maintain control of the house. I think there's an expectation that the Republicans will give up the house. So I think that would be a positive event for stocks much more positive event would be some resolution on trade with China. I think that's the bigger issue. That's weighing on stocks right now is what's happening with tariffs. We're going to have to go to price in greater tariffs, come January if following the elections, the Republicans have control of congress, and we started public president. There might be more incentive for China and the president to come together. I think that there is some gamesmanship on the tariff friend going on. I don't wanna put you on the spot, plus or minus ten points, you know, at the end of the year like pit was doing. But but Gina look at the Bloomberg screen and observe frankly, what President Trump's talking about stronger dollar a fed moving whatever number you want to argue about race sorta kinda like they're in the world's gonna come to an. End defend core fundamentals of organic revenue growth, margin, persistency and cash flow persist. There. It's they're just resetting those expectations. If you go back three months ago, we were expecting much higher margins into the end of the year. We've reset those margin expectations. We were expecting stronger growth in earnings into two thousand nineteen where resetting that expectation. Now, it's not really about a revenue distraction story, even though I think that's what a lot of headlines focused on over the last few weeks at the F reducing their forecast and Chinese growth concerns coming to the forefront companies are not reducing their revenue expectations for twenty nineteen. Instead, they're saying, maybe we're not as strong operationally as analysts are expecting. And yet we're still going to get record levels at margin over the next twelve months. So this is really about a reset not about a destruction of confidence in the earning stream notwithstanding that Mr. Keane is all in the double leveraged all cash, you send you do you with all of the verbiage. What happens when you read about how? So many investors are sitting with cash that they normally wouldn't have because they believe that assets are overpriced both bonds and stocks. I think there's a ton of evidence for that. And there has been since two thousand nine we're not in a different situation today than we were a year ago two years ago five years ago, we're in the same situation, and that is a situation in which investors show a remarkable remarkable lack of risk tolerance in general equity risk premiums. You're still well below or I'm sorry. Well, above long-term averages even with stocks, supposedly excessively priced, and that's evidence to me that investors don't have the risk tolerance that they did ten fifteen twenty years. Now, they've lost their belief in the stock market in general. It's a strong underpinning of the longer term bull trend. It's one of the reasons why we don't get excessive sentiment creating tops because investors have been shy for this entire bull market. Can you come back tomorrow? Make it a hat-trick and we'll all throw hats. Just like an hockey game. That's great. The head of equities for all the Bloomberg intelligence. John Tucker help Pimm FOX and myself here. We're all seeing the different news flow of a secret service now involved stopping suspicious packages to some form of geography of President Obama and president and secretary of state Clinton, John Tucker. What else do you see well, Pat, and Greg, and although the local news outlets will be on top of this and just about thirty seconds or so, but yeah, this is the from the secret services suspicious packages found and as we pointed out was earlier this week that at the home of George Soros that a package was found later detonated. What they described as a small pipe bomb. Not funny. Gold negative three dollars twelve thirty three. The oil a little bit of a lifted oil with the Dow up seventy points worldwide. This is Bloomberg. Now, let's find out what's going on in the world. Let's go to Pat Carroll. Pat, thanks pen, Tom and John as we've been telling you the secret service has recovered a package addressed to the former first lady Hillary Clinton in Westchester a second pass package addressed to former President Barack Obama intercepted by the secret service in Washington DC, this from a secret service statement, this is news just developing in the last few minutes, and as we've also been telling you earlier this week we had the story that philanthropist, George Soros home in Westchester county. New York was also the recipient in a mailbox of a suspicious package. It was detonated. And no one was hurt. We're on top of this. And we'll keep you up to date in about an hour. Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman is scheduled to make his first international speech since the killing of journalists Jamal kashogi governor Andrew Cuomo and his Republican challenger Marc Molinaro debated last night their first and only debate. Georgia's candidates for governor squared off over voting last night, the Republican Brian Kemp. George's secretary of state being accused by Democrats Stacey Abrams of using his office to suppress voters Abrahams would be the nation's first black female governor global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I have Carol. This is Bloomberg Tom, Carol. Thank you so much. Good dollar strength. We see that this morning. It's been persistent DX way nicely above ninety six.

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s p futures are up twenty two points. Dow futures up two hundred twenty six NASDAQ futures up seventy seven the Dax in Germany's up eight tenths percent can your treasury down one thirty second year three point one five percent. The yield on the two year two point eight six percents. Nymex crude oil is down seven tenths percent or fifty cents to seventy one twenty seven a barrel. Comex gold is up three. Tenths percent or three dollars fifty cents at twelve thirty three eighty an ounce. The euro dollar sixteen eighteen the yen won twelve point seven, Tom and Pimm. Karen? Thank you, so much, Pimm FOX and Tom Keene is we heard the Senate majority leader there right now, we're going to turn over to the majority question that's out there on investment, which is high multiples, and you do that with a guy Pym running quality growth is the phrases that makes sense. Yeah. Quality growth for nifty fifty or you might call them. All weather companies all weather companies looking for maybe a fifteen percent annual return jenner's from Oregon. All right. Eric showing Stein. Thank you very much for being with us portfolio manager for the Jensen quality growth fund. Tom said from Oregon. What is an all weather company for us. An all weather company is one that has durable competitive advantages and tremendous free cash flow abilities, and that free cash flow that they have allows them to constantly reinvest in their business consider strategic acquisitions pay dividends do share, buybacks, etc. And because they actually have enough free cash flow to sustain their their growth. They become an essence all weather in that. They're not beholden to particular economic environments for their success. Their success can happen, regardless of whether the economy is strong or whether the economy is choppy. All right. I'm gonna throw out some names of companies just to give us a picture, and maybe you can offer an example Beckton Dickinson, Microsoft, PepsiCo United Technologies United health, which of course, reporting earnings. What led you to those those characteristics that you're describing those characteristics are absolutely there. And so you take Becton Dickinson, for instance, not necessarily a very well known company, although it's a seventy billion dollar market cap. But what they do is make needles and syringes predominantly serving as consumables it in inside the healthcare industry, and they are low tech consumables in that there's not a lot of technology necessarily. But they're the kind of thing that are highly repeatable, and particularly when you think about emerging markets using healthcare, and consuming it for the first time says those those countries industrialise there's of high repeatability to what they do. And that that for us is what is part of that all weather quality characteristic. All right. Let me guess, Mr.. Keane wants to know how much should you pay for Becton Dickinson because right now, you're looking at an estimated P E of around twenty. Yeah. And I think the key here is that we think very much in terms of owning these companies for long periods of time, and the valuation premise when you have a long term horizon is that there's more room for the stock derived three m. Three m which is log linear from one thousand nine hundred eighty three. It's amazing. What a straight line is. I think Danaher we were talking about earlier the same idea yet even three AM had them believes there. What do you do when a multinational quality company goes into that flattens John in? Space a little bit have the same Malays for a period. How do you hold them through the Malays? Well, that's part of the part of the job of an active investor is to think about whether the characteristics of fundamental quality are still there, even though they're going through what you referred to as a Malays, and then making the decision of whether or not they belong higher up in your portfolio. If you wanna keep holding them, or perhaps if they're going through some struggles, and you want to continue to hold the position lower and lower your risk are those struggles using manager and look at Ford Motor within your portfolio is all of a sudden become a portfolio holding. No because they have to have that consistency that fifteen percent return on equity for ten consecutive years and that demonstrates a consistency. That is more persistent and four doesn't necessarily meet that criteria right now. I wanna find out about apple. Go ahead. It's been in our portfolio since two thousand sixteen prior to that it didn't have that level of consistency. Which is. Blue-chip penis. In a manner of speaking. And we have probably a bit of a contrarian view. It's not about consumer products. It's about the absence services and the stickiness of their ecosystem for us can I change gears here. To golf. We gotta go back. You are active in saving golf tiger just walked up the fairway. Everybody went mental. That's tiger. Tiger someday won't be tiger coast to coast. There's this major issue about golf is losing traction. Yes courses are losing traction kids are bored on and on. What are you gonna do about it with the western Gulf association or the western Gulf sociation provides full ride scholarships for caddies, and I was a kid. So it it. It's a great program that gives kids who learn life skills through caddying an opportunity to go to college through that opportunity. And we've got almost a thousand kids in school right now on full ride scholarships across all the clouds get off the carts and use the kids. Right. Well, and and walk. I mean in shock enjoy experiences part of it is walking part of saving the game is going to be about helping people. Learn how to do it in shorter bursts of time. It's a four and a half hour five aspirants you gotta play Mr. but walking can still be part of playing fast. In fact, it's actually better if you walk quickly might go. My grandfather was big on that as well. How much quicker you play eighteen holes? If you walk. Well, in my case, my wife, and I play at our local club Aaron Portland and play in three and a half hours. Every time we go don't don't be Portland, Oregon. It's it's different out there. The world of Tektronix, very good. Eric, sean. Thank you so much with Johnson and their quality gross portfolio. Our Bloomberg futures report fishes of twenty five right now as we get to the opening Dow futures.

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Percent opposite of air to one zeitgeist sharply. Raise rates in. We had a solid I'm going to call thirty big figure move from six fifty maybe six forty five down under almost six actually. And. I don't have a strong opinion because it's incredible toxic. Cocktail of politics with a little bit of economics. And also with a nation. I I'm a I'm a big believer Pimm that people in bow ties spend too much time on math in theory and not enough on wait a minute. I'm forty miles outside Ankara, and I can't fill up my car with guests because it's really beginning to hurt. I can't charge my iphone because trinity. My daughter wants to Italy for a week. And also, we can't do it. I think those are emotional things. Why don't you get us to a WalMart? Mark. That's all about to talk to about everything about apple. He joins us here in studio of J M P security. She's the president Mark. It's a pleasure. Let me see you wearing your. I your watch your apple watch Ringo. Mike, your I your apple watches home. It's a it's a weekend. Watch for me. So we can watch. Okay. Do you believe that it's going to end up being in every day watch? I think everybody has for a lot of people. I think the quality will probably continue given some of the health announcement says of yesterday, but it continues a theme of apple which pervades our life. And I'll give you a perfect example of that for myself, my daughter Kate moved here six weeks ago to start her job her first job after college. And I noticed as I said to her dinner last night, you haven't congratulations for that. And I said to my her last night, I said, you haven't taken any cash out of your Bank account says she moved here, she's getting paid and she's paying rent and all that. But she hasn't gone to the ATM and physically taken a dollar out. And she looked at me like I had four is and said dad I use Apple Pay. And it's just telling me how much the ecosystem of. Apple besides the wonderful products. And and we all saw the announcements as of yesterday how much that's invaded our lives and how much it will continue to. I wanna just put the technology on hold for just a second. And get your thoughts about the retail operation that apple runs. Do you think that an investor in apple is rewarded for the quality and the vibrancy of their retail business? That's a great question. I think over time they have been clearly the stock has done really well this year, and obviously over time it's been magical as a shareholder since two thousand and two when they launched really in the summer of two thousand and two the their first real groundbreaking product. But I think it will continue to because that that supply chain that ecosystem that they have we'll continue to garner more attention. And I think as they put more and more products in consumer's hands, and obviously it will be media continuing, and what they're doing with the health experts are going to get into autonomous and other areas the home, clearly, they're invading the home, and there's that race to the home to own the house, whether it's in security or entertainment or wellness, and I think they're going to continue to garner better better. Multiple. The fact is I believes trees grow to the sky. I believe that's a phrase from I'm going to give credit to Mr. Weinberg ages ago. Goldman Sachs they come out with a September roadshow. Come on. You could have written the headline. In six hours before they did it. There's going to be an iphone X iphone excess iphone eleven iphone fourteen. What do they do when the innovation end sets an ageless? Tom Watson question. What did they do? When the September games over. I mean, that's really the sixty four thousand dollar question and analysts for as far as I can tell maybe as much as a decade since they started had been calling the end of that innovation and I've yet to see it. I think. If you worry about that. Now, you start to trim your position, I don't worry about that right now because there's so many places where I think we are our lives are going to be touched for the better. And given the kind of ecosystem they haven't given the billion embedded devices are going to be the one you want your magic in history in San Francisco eight to say this folks out west they actually look west across the Pacific. Unlike the east coast, psychologically, there's a huge huge different difference in Mark with you go with her Samson in Korea or the other names, you know, better than me, how do they compete with the this? The forget the sage nature the wisdom that we see out of Cupertino how do they compete with it over time. Well, it's a great question. And I think they will there's no lack of competition. Right. There's no agreed. And of course, if you look at the number of units, the Appalachian profits, right? And and and because of the aspirated. L nature of the product globally, and because of the embedded billion units that they have already it's very hard to change your phone. It's very hard to changing Bank. You don't wanna do it? And because that ecosystem is so powerful because they continue to innovate. I mean, just that small announcement about about the fall detection on the watch yesterday is going to change what it looks like for somebody over the age of sixty two. When he says, I've mentioned this earlier. Geico bar healthier Feroz all over me today because I can do like my EKG or something of my new. I, you know, I keep telling it all depends on what you think about the Tigers and lions. A heart attack the other day. I'm gonna wait. Mark, Mark, Mark. Can you please disabuse Mr. Keane of the notion that people don't use those ear buds the pods? I mean, I think they do, and I am no savvy technologist, but they do and I say they were and they work. Great. And I have one in my head. Pocket, and I think they do look goofy. Right. You do walk down the street with these. But I will tell you the quality and the Bill and also just the other products are just not that good. And it's just a perfect example, they're expensive for what what they are compared to him for half the price or somebody else. They just don't work. They work these do. And I think it's a perfect example of their watch the Y you bring it back to the and there you go back to the stores their customer service and their ability to get things done, and how people who you walk in who do the right by unique never know. Mark lehman. Thank you so much J M P securities with decades of wisdom. San Francisco in truly the innovation of the west coast. We innovate up one hundred and twenty points twenty six thousand one one seven twenty nine hundred on the s&p five hundred the viks. If that's a quiet story in the last five days of Vicks was elevated in really is come in twelve point six six now to where it used to be. But. Nevertheless, better Vicks, trove point six six this morning. Now, let's find out what's going on. In the world. We go to Mr Michael Barr. mR barr. Thank you, Pimm. Thank you,.

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"mr keane" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"They're beautiful daughters kayla and nissan were murdered by ms thirteen gang members many of whom exploited glaring loopholes and we have the biggest loopholes of any country anywhere in the world we have the worst immigration laws of any country anywhere in the world but they exploited the loopholes in our laws to enter the country as unaccompanied alien minors they look so innocent that innocent we are praying for these families with us today and we pledge to honor the memory of those you lost with action and resolve and i'll just add another word with great success thank you very much for being here thank you so much really appreciate they will not have passed in vain that i can tell you ms thirteen lives by the motto kill rape and control that's actually motto kill rape and control last month mr keane reportedly called for its members here on the island where i essentially grew up jamaica right i always said long island very plus to call and to to see what happened is just incredible but they killed a cop for the sake of making a statement that wanted to make a statement so they killed a cop a policeman here in nassau county ms thirteen gang members were charged with killing and hacking up a teenager and police officers just told me for other young men were brutally murdered recently by ms thirteen in suffolk suffolk county.

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"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mr keane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You up seven and a half percent in three weeks and i i love to look back at the investors intelligence newsletter writers which only twelve percent of newsletter writers were bearish and back in mid january when that's happened in the past you get these corrections somewhere between eight and twelve percent so this one was ten percent on a closing basis twelve percent on a on an intra day basis the bottom line is there was just a ridiculous level of optimism everybody knew that earnings were going to be good and they had just been so used to know volatility they didn't care but if you're a contrary in that context by saying that the newsletter riders were all bullish than shouldn't you be a contrarian now and sell the rally why 'cause the newsletter writers aren't all that is not anywhere near the level that was there at that point so you've had the course of the last two months you've corrected the excesses so you know that historically when you get a shock drop like we did in the first week of february you get about a five percent rebound which happened this time again then you retest the low and once you retest that low which we did and the market gets oversold newsletter writers get less less bullish then you can continue the next fundamentally driven like higher which is by earnings and again it doesn't mean you're going to go up in the you know like a two thousand seventeen straight up but it does mean that you can feel comfortable that you're gonna ultimately move up with the direction of earnings aren't well let's see how comfortable mr keane is that the international monetary fund meeting he's in washington dc.

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