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"mr schwab" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:07 min | 4 months ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's a Bloomberg business flash time. ELISA Karen, Thanks so much. Good morning, 9 60, the Bay Area. San Francisco. Great to have you with this in your early morning, Lisa Brand Matson. Time came Throw that you're with this with green on the screen as Here in Moscow says So you come out of the San Francisco Museum of Art. Good morning, Mr Schwab and all that have made that beautiful building and you wander down Third Street, a block inlay CIA turn left on mission. This bar was, Yeah, there's a bar. There's a lot of really good places to watch music and all that, and you know, there's like different parts of San Francisco. And this is sort of like low slung and, like artsy fartsy and just to the right as you go toe on Mission Street. Is a Tesla. A destination charger with an update on the heart of electric vehicles and all tasteful Edward Ludlow joins us in charge of sensitivity for Bloomberg television and radio. So, and I mean, I know you've done this. You got a triple Lotte in your hand. Probably. You know what they called the seed you put on the lot. And now Lisa s I o r. So whatever are here, You know what? Yeah, that's so you know, you put the cheater on a lot. Dead and you go down Mission Street to the Tesla Destination charger. What do you see? You see a fair few more. Tesla's this time probably saw a year ago. Although funny enough the story around test the right is that you? The U. S. Is most mature market has not seen revenue growth for unit growth for some time. But here in California that's been the driver of Tesla Perch is largely because of subsidies and also what they call early adopters. Tom Early adopters here in California types of people by Tesla's for cooler before it's full time in the Pacific Time zone. I remembered Ludlow when he was, you know. Miserable, grimy in London. Okay, Ed, seriously, you said the dreaded s word subsidies. Can this company get beyond subsidies? Through the core of the story. For Tess. There is growth and profit right And when it comes to profit, the question that most of all street has is the ongoing role of regulatory credits right Tester sells these regulatory credits. The other automakers, most notably fear, Chrysler. And it has a profound impact on the bottom line. You know, there's good evidence that tester is basically getting better at building electric vehicles. The automotive margin, excluding regularly credits is good. But there is still a question mark if it will ever be consistently profitable without the input input of these credits on the consumer side, you know, when you take out those subsidies at state and federal level and their subsidies in Europe and China, Of course, the question then is on demand. They form a consumer and I'm buying a vehicle. Am I gonna buy an $80,000 vehicle or $50,000 vehicle? Without the added bonus of 7.5 $1000 of subsidies. And that really is the question, particularly here in the United States, as I say, because there isn't unit growth here in the United States, there isn't revenue growth. The growth the Tesla Is coming from China. Yeah, well, there's also a question of competition. And here in the U. S. Yes, Automakers air paying Tesla's essentially to offset their carbon emissions and other and other issues having to do with regulatory oversight there getting wise to this and they're investing a lot in their own electric vehicles. At what point does the playing field get a lot? Even er? For Tesla's in a concerning way for the bottom line. You had the Hummer event last night, right that this iconic vehicle, the General Motors Hama, and they come out of the electric version of this that that I always come back to Is that 75% of Americans In terms of new passenger car sales are buying light trucks. You just have to go down any freeway in any state in America. Most days you see a pickup truck. They don't want sedans. And so if you look at what General Motors is doing what Ford is doing, likes of revealing some of these upstarts. They are focusing on the bigger vehicles. Although you know Tesla consistently comes back and says, You know, we see demand for our products. We have a broader range of products. Now we know they're planning their own. The cyber truck of Austin. So I want to know how that's going. But more broadly for Tesla, I think if you listen to what Wall Street saying they're not so worried about demand necessarily. I think what they're worried about is growth in different markets, and that's where they want to see test. The deployed cap ex in Europe cap ex in China is the port like Porsche is an example. I'm glad you mentioned the homer John Tucker put in his order, folks. Just so you know, I got an email somebody, says Tucker going by The new Hummer if it's electric, and I said, I think he's already got an order in But But, you know, I I look at Porsche that take him for X for us rather clocks in at 104,000 as I walk in the showroom. Is that really going to compete with Mr Musk? Look mosque has talked about in the most recent quarter. Tesla's mission OK, which is two, you know? Yes, it's a bit cliche, but drive the shift to sustainable energy and vehicles, He says. That tester will fail as a company. If it a doesn't make its vehicles more affordable, and B doesn't grow. And that's why this profit question is so mad. He is obsessed with testers profit, but Helen's No. He says, clear as day. I only want to be slightly profitable. What really, I want to do is make a cheaper electric vehicle. This's this is fascinating. And it really goes to the Netflix challenge that we just saw. Which is Elon Musk is telling the street I don't care about profitability. With his Wall Street, right is Wall Street pricing in more profitability than Elon Musk wants to deliver. Yes, because so going back to Mom's previous question. Wall Street also says that Tesla has a clear technology lead over its rivals. But there's only so much threshold to hold onto a stock right where you don't see evidence of the business model eventually being sustainable. And that goes back to the reading. Regulatory credit point, right? No test is very good at making electric vehicle is very good, But is it good at doing them in in a way that is profitable on that returns value to shareholders? That's always the question, Lisa. I just figured it out. Ludlow is Exxon is so screwed up. Moving from the San Francisco wonderfully. Sounds like Fred Anderson in the Californians. You know the SNL skit? Wow. I blamed my better half from Orange County. You know, she she hasn't Yeah, yeah. Your voices were losing the love lo. We know That's that's only partly true. Only partly sure it's the reason why he has a double latte with some Asai and Chia buries its cheer here in the Bay Area's out milk. It's no it's no. Oh, yeah, we had that the other night. I'd love lo, seriously you quickly here. I'm being lobbied at home to do owt milk. Should I do owt milk? You know, I recently I heard Michael Barra recently gone a little bit vegetarian vegan myself. Then I've read that milk and almond milk has anti inflammatory properties, which is one reason I'm doing it because of Mama Pellet on in the morning, Right? What is this, like he does so like he said that skin on Bloomberg Nutrition, Bloomberg surveillance to keep Lisa I think you full English right now would do it up. 104 Point Stay with us for.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:30 min | 7 months ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Protect your assets on then coming up at 10 o'clock, go to ESPN. Catch the the PGA Championship, and I believe it's also on 10 50 with the Westwood one feet and Danny at the studio can maybe kind of confirmed that for me before we before we go off the air, but I want to talk to me. We got such a great lineup. A guest for this weekend will be on 7 to 9 tomorrow. Dan Burke joins us from the first tea of San Francisco. The executive director, Dan Thank you so much for having a little time on a Saturday and ah I'm I can have a picture of your dance card. This this week's probably been ah, pretty hectic, but but fun along the way. Well, Good morning, John. I hope you can hear me. Well, yeah. Been kind of wild a few weeks. You know more than anything else. I just think It's just kind of great, you know, Culmination of, you know a lot of effort by a lot of great people in the Berry to kind of bring a major championship to Harding and along those lines, I really just feel like it's an affirmation of like A lot of what people that are around Harding and around nor Cal golf the you know you and Mitch is no. Harding is the real deal, and it's playing out very well on television for the viewers. You know, it's a proud moment for everyone. And you knew all about Harding before you went to work. There is the executive director of the first tea being the head professional for many years across the way at, Blakemore said, And there's been a lot of talk about how the golf neighborhood here is pretty darn cool when you look at it. San Francisco club Olympic and Harding and then you stretch out a little bit down the coast to sharp Park and and and etcetera So, ah, so really, really cool. One of the big things I wanted to talk to you about this morning is that these tournaments? That come. These championships have been a huge part of funding the first tea of San Francisco, thanks to Sandy Tatum and Charles Schwab and Tim Finchem. But we now have a statue that is so cool. It's not just Sandy standing there, but it tells a story. There's a young man with a golf bag, and then there's a young man sitting on steps. With the names of of social You know, images that they should have on DH really cool And I know you were like the Ah You were like the mastermind behind getting this all done. Um, well, you know, one a couple of things you know, golf as a zone industry tends to be very giving whether it's the tour, whatever entity the U. S. J. R P. J of America. You know, they tend Tio support local causes in the communities. They come into thirsty. San Francisco's been no exception. Let's help this drive growth and really kind of bring Underprivileged kids to the sport. And to your point with the statues. You know, first, he is really all about the values inherent in the game. And that was what made Sandy so passionate about first he is what What the golf what the game had done for him and the values inherent in that game. You know that made perfect sense to him as Faras. First he goes, and it's just reflected in the art. You know, Mr Schwab? After standing passing, you know, came the first time in a long time supporter, but he really wanted to see how he could make a difference in honor Sandy after the blast, But on Sunday, we're going to renovate our facilities at Harding. On and also set up. You know, Chuck set up a big scholarship, but one thing he wanted to do was to really have a meaningful piece of art of Sandy at Harding. He thought that'd be a fitting thing to do. And I can't wait for more people to see it when they come out to play. It looks like it's you know, should have been there for 50 years, and it's a great way for 100,000 people that come out to Harding every year to welcome them to. Ah, you know, an amazing facility. And the amazing story. Talk about the journey that the statue took from Philadelphia. And it's ironic that there was a an accident with the truck carrying this statue. If I hear the story correctly, and the only damage was that the golf club In Sandy's hands was broken, and it was it was said the other day. It's the first time that Tatum ever had a broken club. So that's ironic story. Yeah, I mean, really story is really about Sandy, you know, and what he did in the efforts to you know, round of a hard part was just kind of ironic. We had worked on this for several years. It was, you know, on a truck headed out from Philadelphia, the artisan. It's for Doc, a Philly based in the foundry there, and it was in an overturn action in rural Missouri. Kind of out of nowhere. And you know, almost in reflection of Sandy was kind of Ah, A serious effort to kind of get it here. You know, Sandy, the bronze statue was thrown out the roof and into a field. There was some damage, but some people here in the barrier really helped us at the last minute to kind of put it back in play Three Well, two golf club that was broken. But as I mentioned John, I think people are going to be really proud of what the art looks like. It's not only very cool, but it represents Sandy. It represents first he and it certainly represents Harding Park is a On iconic place in our community that I think you know, moving forward after hosting a national championship. Just kind of put you in a new bucket, and this will be a cool part of you know the tradition out of Harding moving forward. We're being joined by Dan Burke, the executive director of the first tea of San Francisco, which also operates the Golden Gate Park Golf Course. With both public play an instruction I got to tell you a quick personal story. I just played golf with my eight year old grandson, William and we played and he made his first par and The very first hole we played on by Hideo an eight iron on a part three that hit the flag, and he was all excited about that. It didn't go in the hole, but I got to tell you the first T story, and that's where he really got. Some of his his, You know fundamentals of golf from attending a couple of sessions out there and and I had to pick him up one day because of my son's work commitments and his wife and I said, William, How was the class? I was that? How was it? I said, you want to go back, you know. I said Why he goes. I didn't get it to my driver. Very often. That's why so. So he I think he was seven at the time. And these kids love to hit it long and But but he is completely you know, loves golf now and and he's got his little moves and all that, so, ah, So that's that's a lot of fun. Talk about, you know, on the first tee, let's get down to the real brass taxes thing. You've got so many kids, you've got some great instructors and coaches and I know that Harding. It'll be a while before you have classes come back because of both the the championship. Your remodel in the cove it but talk about as we get down the road. You know how kids and families can get involved from from that aspect. And what your contact info wish for that? Well, you know, once our renovation of Harding, which I think people are going to be completely blown away with the renovation of our facilities, we'll have modern facilities with.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Monocle Twenty Four. I welcome to today's edition off the briefing first world. Pass do not it is fair to say. Have a good track record. When it comes to Libya I the attempt to ostracize Gadhafi then the attempt to bring him in from the cold then the arguments of whether or not to support the uprising against him then the failure to stop the country sliding into civil war now? A summit in Berlin has ended it with eight full commitment for major pass to find a lasting peace in Libya with so many outside actors trying to influence events that. How likely is that to happen? Joining me in the studio to discuss that is nobody who founded the first public policy think tank NBA after the fall of Gadhafi There's a promise from. I'm this gathering in Berlin to stop interfering in the Libyan conflict to uphold the UN arms embargo. Now to be fair. Either there are those things if either were to happen. It will be a pretty significant departure from what's happening now. It would be huge and I think that is the fundamental question that was not answered yesterday and and I think in Angela Merkel's press conference at the end it was really in the world was watching and Libyans were watching indeed and and she was asked the question of what would the mechanism beef see for an embargo violation and she said well. I don't know there is one. We're going to submit documents here to the Security Council but let's wait and see if all all the world leaders were around the table yesterday and the answer was let's wait and see that's a really really damning can predicament shows reveals that the world is lacking proper. A diplomatic tools to be able to solve the essential question of why these countries are violent crimes about in particular two or three from the Gulf. Essentially it's the UAE that has been violating arms embargoes. Not for the last four years but since the last conference last week in Moscow so during a ceasefire a temporary lull in the fighting there. The has been arms embargo violations. And I think Europe's fundamental dumber is that it does not want to compromise a massive trading relationship with one of the biggest countries in the Gulf for Libya's peace and stability but also in the threat of an emerging migration questions because the numbers are up this year. People forgetting this. I'm you got this promise to stop interfering to fearing but but we know that a number of countries not least Russia is backing US forces. We know that Turkey is among on the country's backing the UN by government in in Tripoli. We know that Turkey's president was at these talks. Hughley signed up to these commitments but then also said in an interview view. I'm not pulling my country's forces out of Libya until I'm satisfied that the government ISOPROPYL is secure. So how can these two things exist at the same already ESCA AH the US government's real predicament. That it went to Europe for the assistance that Turkey is matt providing it went to the UN Security Council to ask for the various medicines. So it's awesome. Ask them to use. The tools sanction have condemn half their criticize half there and stop him from a technical legitimate government that Libya's bring into power that the UN brought into power. The Western states negotiated for two years between two thousand fifteen and sixteen. When hathor sparked the second civil war? We forget about after I think the essential question who is also also why has the West and even the eastern terms of Russia. What have they embraced after? This man has a fifty one year track record of deception and affection. He he defected from the King of Daffy from the King of Libya to the Chadian leader said Henry to Langley Virginia to work for the twenty years to the Libyan opposition which defected from into and then once it got homework again to defect him during the revolution. So this is again. He's walked away from three deals in the past eight years. It's it's it's a literally I have no idea how the credibility of someone that this cannot be. It should be questioned. And that's the fundamental question. Here is that Russia's assistance has been a distraction in from the real critical assistance. Russia tried to bring after so Moscow. Last week try sinuses for. He walked away if Putin had some and he's never met Putin. If you had so much I leverage than they would have signed in Moscow. And they didn't and they would have signed up in Berlin but they didn't and the main fundamental question here is why because Europe can't ask Libyans thought for income may become convinced the beans the stock for in Bay can convince their backers using the ways and means that you can have this conflict to stop funding. Accomplishment is and then maybe can ripen towards the peace but at the moment warlick's very lucrative and. That's the major problem. Here is a trading relationship with Europe that it does not. I WANNA give up with the main backer of after it doesn't want to give up a role with the thinks could be the next strong man. He's not a strong man. He's the strong enough man and we've not answered answered the questions as to why he so strong or who's making him strong. There are others in the world like out of the city that made himself overnight strongman leader. And you have to deal with a healthy but someone will have. We've had eight years to deal with. We've had the last nine months to deal with and it's still a show in Europe how to chance but it blew it yesterday. That's a concern because things are going to get much worse than to be you talk as if those world powers. He gathered in Berlin view. Libya's people almost oh Mr sort of collateral damage to concerns that a bigger light you you talk about trading relationship could be removed. I couldn't agree more and it's perhaps it is in those words and then there's and there's in his ways that we have to properly view this but those lives are meaningless at the moment and I think it's you know you're wants to be seen to be doing a good job. But it didn't answer the really simple questions NHS and Libyan lives and we're looking at possibly two hundred and fifty thousand had been displaced from Tripoli alone at ten one tenth of its population. We've had one hundred thousand displaced from eastern Libya during his last campaign the campaign before that he killed a quarter displaced the quarter or jail or the population of a town that he seized for three years that Human Rights Watch described as one of the worst atrocities in modern history. Now we forget that. That's the kind of person that got red-carpet yesterday that were sitting around drinking Yak with with Emmanuel macron. This person has absolutely no there is there is no scruples. There is no consideration about what Libyans and they'd be in future should be like because it doesn't eleven. There were popular demonstrations nations there. We think that that was a flash in the moment but only look to Lebanon whether has been similar moves ten years afterwards then not been deterred by the questions and to be a sedan in the last US eight months Algeria in the last year. This is something that is not going to go away. And you can't bring a strongman to put it all back together again. This isn't Humpty dumpty and if it was something you couldn't we're back together again why do you think as then the those countries if if what you're saying is true and they're not going to be willing to act for other reasons different interests awesome. Why do you think do you think he's just lack of public concern about the situation in Libya? Is it a sense of Western voters of or almost that sort of had enough of hearing about oil in the region if Western had enough then they would look at the silver because Western voters will deal with this for the coming decade or two. You're not going to be able to put this back together again. That's the main question. The second question is is that you have to see the massive the immense wealth that has been poured into Europe during a time of austerity during a time of significant competition between Western states over fund massive contracts. There are huge for example. France has a massive massive ten billion dollar deal to sell its Rafael. That was almost going to go bankrupt to the UAE. They have an airbase in the they have strategic relationships that go beyond just the average average voter and that the average voter is also not important because if the average voter was important they would understand that this is not in their best interest the migration crisis thoughts again. This could be even worse. We already saw in the four years that a major major source of the migration crisis was Libya because there was no appetite to solve it in its last civil war if a new civil war emerges what could happen we already saw. Brexit was instrumentalist by the migration crisis. We've seen Lega Party in. Italy arrived because migration crisis. We've seen in Austria Poland and hungry huge new riser populism. This stuff is not going to go away and it does leave a footprint in Europe and the European affected because at times of austerity instead of actually feeling again with the Authority in Europe when are blaming on migrants and bidding refugees fleeing countries that we had the levers to solve only a few years ago and that we have the levers missile today. It's fascinating as you say very very depressing. Thank you for taking the time is coming torturous today. Ns Oklahoma here with me in the studio in just a moment. We'll take a look ahead to the World Economic Forum in Davos before that. Let's get the latest news now yielding gopher. Thanks bull leading Hong Kong. Democracy activists has been arrested when fresh demonstrations all stations turned violent. Venezuela was detained on charges of obstructing police administration and violating the terms set for the protests in the financial district officers serves fired tear gas to disperse the crowds Venezuela's opposition leader. Guido has traveled to Columbia for counterterrorism meeting with the US Secretary of state each. This is his second time. Guido defies travel ban imposed by the Supreme Court President Nicolas Madura accused the US of orchestrating a coup to oust him. Thousands of pro gun campaigners are expected to take part in a rally in the American city of Richmond in Virginia. The governor has declared a state of emergency after fears. The demonstration goods are in violent. The Lobby Day rally happens every year. But a series of arms control bills passed by democrat-led legislature have angered gun Owners those are today's headlines Spec to you pull thank you very much so well. Leaders are on the way to Davos venue as ever for the World Economic Forum that will be a busy schedule covering everything from trade to tech politics to climate change. We can cross to odd bjorn zero now to Monaco's editor in chief Thailand Brunei Kettani. Thanks for joining us. What are we expecting to be the dominant themes from Davos? This year is is very much focused on just the arrival of Mr Trump. If you look at any of the news outlets in Switzerland right now A lot of the the news. Bulletins are dear citizens of Switzerland and maybe from neighboring countries. Do Not make your way eight o'clock an airport to watch the arrival of Air Force One So so of course Everything gets underway tomorrow. Lots of people are making their way up to the mountain to But certainly just just as as As in years before much more focused on on on trump They're sort of much excitement And of course you know people thinking about you know a another potential snowy showdown between trump and gratitude Berg and of course Donald Trump's mind may. Well be focused a little bit on. What's going on in the Senate at the same time? Well exactly I think he's GonNa have to keeping a very close eye on what's happening Six six six time zones behind yesterday when we had the premier edition of Monaco on Sunday. Out of here in Zurich. We were talking to a number of journalists and commentators Paul about the of course Climate is very much of course going to be a front and center as it of course dominates So many news outlets outlets Jay but it was interesting. There's a good piece in the circus I took today and it's an interview With Klaus Schwab of course the founder of the World Economic Forum and the paper They asked him as it used the motto. This year is as stakeholders for a cohesive and sustainable world which is a bit of a mouthful Even on radio at midday since Central European time and and the end of it asked him is that are we expecting Greta World Economic Forum. And it was. It's it's interesting because Mr Schwab not always a ever the diplomat. But he's going to Grad an impressive young woman. I'm quoting this he says but I don't want Greta to instrumentalise me. He says we now have invited ten Greta under the age of twenty all of whom have a special concern. He talks about Ms Malati from Indonesia. and WHO's really been part of the whole plastic policy policy That's underway there. He also wanted to make a bit of a kick or what we think about because obviously with does get beating because we have heads of state And of course business leaders flying in from all of the world landing in Dubai Dorf landing close an airport here in Zurich and he's saying also by the way he says we have no influence on how people Get here so you know if someone chooses to come by aircraft that's their business. Go bother their country Go Ball the Finance Ministry of wherever paid for it in in that nation But we is the World Economic Forum compensate for all co two emissions of is interesting because beforehand the delegates being encouraged to consider taking the train. I think there were even being offered. snowshoes try and get them to walk from Veneto venue instead of taking limos. Well yeah that that could be and smart people bill minutes not just Of course delegates who are showing up. No that probably the better way. Not just the more sustainable way is to jump on the train from the airport And if you catch the right I train it can take you all the way through to to to Landquart And then you get on the Sweet Little Red Mountain Train And it takes you all the way up to Davos is plots or or or Davos Dorf and you don't have to To go for for the chopper shuttle but it is It is interesting. Just looking at the wires out of Switzerland Year right right now. They are saying that This this is interesting that you know. I don't know if we would if you'd get someone Certainly this is the head of the police for Graubunden Linden and The pay the wires asking at the moment. What is the the biggest threat and Mr Walter Schlegel says the most likely threat is an assassination assignation attempt by individual offenders.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From the Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio Hallo Friday here is your price action futures down seven points. He has some five hundred four days of losses coming into Friday. We are down a nother quarter of one percent in the bond market. Treasuries bid through most of this week yields up just a little bit just a little bit softer on treasuries today across most of the curve up a single basis point and the ten year to two point four five three percent on a two year now relatively unchanged. Yoyo two point two six four percent in the effects market, a state of things as follows dollar weakness is the story in g ten today. Dollar positive by about eight tenths of one percent, sterling cable, largely unchanged. So the president boosting tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in goods from China China immediately sang in a statement, it would be forced to retaliate, and it could be more to come from DC San McGregor joins us. Now. He leaves Bloomberg's a US economic policy coverage. Great heavy the. On the program. We literally heard from the president just two complements ago. Was he got to say? The, you know, basically, he's telling us that the chances of a deal today seem pretty slim. It's probably something we could have already guessed the who was here yesterday. He he met with the Treasury Secretary the trade Representative really just for a few hours and they're set to resume talks today. But it really doesn't seem like they even have enough time to try and bridge, the massive differences they have. And in the meantime, of course, this tariff truth truth is off at midnight last night one minute after midnight, cares escalated on these Chinese goods. Trump has threatened more basically impose tariffs on all Chinese goods again morning, sir. I'm looking at in this folks, bro. Just as I was leaving TV with entourage. And I've got one two three four five lengthy tweets by the president and Sarah. What is so important, and we don't have time now to go through five lengthy tweets, but he is literally espousing. Mercantilist theory. That's irrefutable. That's not a criticism of the president. It's just a fact quote tariffs will bring in large cap, far more smaller case wealth to our country than even phenomenal deal of traditional kind Sarah right now within all our reporting who exactly is advising the president. Or is he on his own here? You know, I think he's administration has gotten a bit more, Hoppy, we've reported a lot that, you know, people like USA Robert lighthizer who've spent years wanting to go run China are really on his shoulder right now whispering into his ear to not cave for a week deal. We just ran a story though, you know, talking to some businesses who are saying that this is killer. They got five days notice for this increase in terrorist. And you know, they're the ones who are going to be paying the price because they import the Chinese goods these duties are going to be passed onto them. The uncertainty is killer for business, and I think, you know, Trump to to sort of spout that the tariff revenue is going to be a huge economic boom for the economy, really forgets. The fact that it reduces consumer activity it hits these businesses, and you know, that that's who we're hearing from several to catch up with you joining us from Washington cinema. Brecca leading USC coverage. What a couple of days we've had of the last week. Oh, so here's the one that stands out for me. The process has started to place. Additional tariffs at twenty five percent on the remaining. Three hundred twenty s I absolute billion dollars. That's the line. That's going to jump out. So we wake up this morning. We have the additional tariffs on Chinese imports the remainder of imports from China could have a tariff at twenty five percent. The president's saying we've started the process this is so important folks that we have just the right guest to advance this discussion, listen and senators, Charles Schwab. And of course, within her work on the equity markets, and all was a demonstrable economic voice to the George Bush administration of another time in place. Maybe a Republican politics of another time employs, Liz insiders. I don't want to espouse it, you're Republican or democrat, but you did serve on a number of panels committees for President Bush what I'm seeing in the five Trump tweets this morning is a completely Nanri non-republican trade ethos. What is the? Does that you see from the president? I think tell me I think you touched on it, which is to listen know, that was that was a pretty dominant economic theory in the fifteenth to the eighteenth century, certainly around a Europe tariffs were generally a big part of that. If you want to speak more broadly about moving from globalization to regionalization or nationalism that clearly is what United States is doing now. But it's not it's not just an immunity. United States has moved toward nationalism is is a global phenomenon. And I think there's no long term implications that are lost in the shroud of the near term impact of the trade war. This is from tweet to tweet three quote with the over one hundred billion dollars in tariffs that we take in. We will buy agricultural products from our great farmers. The idea that we take in terrorist from China is the heart of the discussion, isn't it? But it's that's not. The reality of how terrorists work, of course. And in fact, there's some attention rightly so on a fairly new paper put out by the NBA are as reminder there, the beer that dates recessions, and it it looks at the impact of the tariffs that have kicked in so far, and who is boring the brunt of those, and it shouldn't come as a surprise to people who really do the work and understand this that they brunt of the higher prices as being born by the US US importers US consumers, and that is something as we look at these additional tariffs, which increasingly affect consumer goods. I think will be increasingly felt kind of on the ground by so-called mainstream. It it's been a more esoteric thing. I think for a lot of consumers so far, but but assuming they actually kick in and our pope back then we're at the point in this game. If you wanna call it that where it will. Actually start to bite in a more concrete noticeable way. Let's talk about what this mates markets. Four days of losses on the pay five hundred futures just a little bit self to this morning down a quarter of one percent. What's the message this morning? Well, I think this is more than just about trade, quite frankly, I think that that that represents maybe the term wearables as it relates to market volatility. But the rally off the Christmas Eve, low started in in a very healthy fashion breath measures were were quite strong. It was not accompanied by excess optimism. So you you kept sentiments sort of in the favor of the bulls. Because it was this maybe help healthy skepticism that accompany the first couple of months of the rally. More recently, though, speculation started to kick in you saw record levels of speculative shorts on the volatility index even beyond where we were in January twenty eighteen that, of course, led to the shortfall implosion of February. You were seeing it behavioral. All measures of sediment, attitude. No measures of sediment, of course, evaluations had gotten not terribly stretched. But stretched enough that we were probably at the point where you need it earning to start to do some of the heavy lifting that valuation expansion purely based on macro factors was probably at its maximum point. So I think aside from trade there were maybe reasons for the market to take a little bit of a breather. Here. This represented sort of the kicker the catalyst. There was a hope of belief perhaps than the second half of this year. We would get a stabilization in the global economy may be somewhat of an acceleration. Those hopes have been dimmed somewhat as the week has grown out. HSBC come up with the following this morning and say on reconnaissance expect global growth remain subdued in the coming quotas and a significant rebound in the data seems unlikely this then means that the current outperformance of risk assets. Such as global equities global cellphones may have to retrace in the coming three to six months does that resonate with you it does. But the fact that we think that is most rela. Seven to how non US will perform relative to US. And this is the the day to day domain of of my colleague who you guys know Jeff kleintop, but is the what's going on on the currency markets. I think a an increase in the dollar from here that that brings back the of last year where you had to pick up in the dollar, and you had dated debts coming do and a funding crisis that could that could resonate again across emerging market, particularly the weaker ones and kind of reignite a period. Like we saw last fall where you saw significant underperformance there. So so, you know, it's it's related to trade, of course. But I think currencies okay to performance comparisons to short to the Lisbon so thrilled to have you and Mr. kleintop in studio to talk about the perspective of Mr. Schwab's shop Lizanne Sanders on the equity markets and on China. John your survey shin. The president's tweets they move the market fractionally waiting for the Chinese response to all of this and wasting Fatu? Of talks, Tom until then actually the market pretty come futures down. Just a quarter of one percent with seven points of the full sizable losses. The viks comes under twenty that's important nineteen point zero six on the viks. I'm gonna unless twenty minutes we'd given away some of the good feeling of the morning. News from New York City, raise Muko bell, Jonathan thank you very much looks like acting secretary of defense. Patrick Shanahan will lose the acting in his title,.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I know. But you know, hey. It's all relative it everything else. I mean, it really is people say that depending on what pressuring in somebody's like, wow. You paid. Got thrown numbers out there one hundred thousand saying, wow, right? Then a year later somebody paid two hundred thousand that's all it is relative. And you got the money. They wanted to buy it was there was there. It was again. I, you know, buyer seller's market. It's always the buyer's market the buyer pretty much dictates. Okay, the seller decides if they want to take it or not they don't take it. Stay up the market. They don't sell their property that there's no buyer out there for it. Right. I mean, I, you know, I always have this discussion with people and. It's a great seller's market. Or it's a great buyer's market. It's always a buyer's market buyer dictates you've mentioned that from day one program wanna throw out just your take though because it's my understanding that the majority I'm not saying that this is not going to be an owner occupant buzzer investment condominium purchases that the big island neighbor islands. Tremendous. Oh, who is now rising in not just valuation, but also units different property different lifestyle. Neighbor islands were the our our action say still, you know, the rich man's getaway. Right. You had all those you have you have all those resorts. I mean, come on Charles Schwab builds a place because his wife is upset because the other one didn't have a tennis court come on. Put it a good golf course. Yes. He did not I'm not knocking it. Don't get me. Wrong child cyber invited there. Mr schwab. I was gonna say that's the only way you'll play. Yeah. They don't have any no fundraisers their golf tournament. So charity. But different type. I mean. Yes. Some of those properties on the big island. I mean, they're five million dollars just for nice. But that's five million bucks. Ten million bucks? Whatever some of the lots I believe the yellow a million dollars. Right. And you have to still build your house. You have to be approved to be able to purchase one there. Right. So big islands Maui, and so forth different type of amazing properties there. But yeah. While we were so congested that we have to go up the have our high rises, and and so forth because even if we do have those big be truck properties. Like, let's say again there secluded or on the north shore. It's not. Just to that multimillionaire coming over with his jet and cruising to the north shore. You know, there was also recently, we'll take a break in a moment. But there was recently a analysis of the highest valuated real estate neighborhoods, and I was interested to find out diamond head came out very strong by a great distance Lani KAI just going to say. Yeah. To be on that list because that is still one of the preferred for the windward side. Yeah. Lani kai? And then of course, diamond had four, you know, butt black point they hold their own. Oh, absolutely. They're holding their own water. And there was another area. I wasn't it wasn't why he want. But it was I can't recall and then fourth was port lock, right? Right. Which we we all kind of have those yet. So when we talk about the valuation of these areas, that's where we get into the median price. Exactly. And all of that. And you have to look at like if you look at diamond had I mean, it's plus, but it's specific right? I mean, there's only X amount of beautiful homes in the diamond had area on then there's the other homes, and then you have well, I think even the well drive and all that falls into the diamond head. So somebody's Holderness phenomenal. And then. Yeah. Block point the same point part lock was that just on the clip and all that. And that's again, you coming into your average is your medians and kind of throws the numbers off. Right. Right. But still it's it's interesting to find out. It's exciting. I mean. Hey, you go to certain places on the mainland, and they have what they can buy here. I mean for the dollar amount of what what's available here for what's on the mainland. Forget they're getting like eight grid. Joe? You know, a barn for the horse that they don't have you know, someone who paid for this penthouse exactly twenty three point five million. What you would find my goodness you'd have your own county. Telephone number website, blogging all that. What are we going to give us a call anytime at three seven seven twelve hundred three.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Morning Mr Schwab and as, I, spill my coffee gore no you know Oh no no no just to drop. The Queen of soul and I know dean will be talking. About his, show later this morning we'll be talking. About the Queen, of, soul you know there was an ABC seven report those I believe me I'm I've watched dean all the time and he did, some great just overviews of his life and he's interviewed or of course himself. Which was, helping play. A little bit of that in his, show, this morning Franklin frequently visited the city of Chicago with her father who is a, powerful pastor l. Franklin that's right that's right during the civil rights movement and She, was here in the early sixties and met a Chicago, disc jockey, Purvis ban. I know where you're going yeah yeah yeah this. Story yeah yeah yeah long before the world began understanding that Connex immature voice Retha Franklin my dad this is melody span Cooper talking about this new she was going to be a. Force, of nature and it was in may of nineteen sixty four, lead at, the. Regal. Theater regal theatre where they crowned her the Queen of soul yeah I guess he was the. MC Purvis. Ban was. Versus Dan the blues man yeah And he got up and said you know you've got there's no denying he said Retha. Here's, she's got to be the Queen of soul you think and, that was, it? Yeah He she of. Course, kept her connection of Chicago for, years I, mean she, she obviously has. Been performing, here, for, years but she did Chicago fast rate you, know kinda? Pre taste of Chicago. Yeah Yeah but you know she, had an iconic appearance of course. In the, blues brothers as well muzzle. Catcher Kept that conversation we respect that's right that's. Exactly right other historical moments of the week fifteen. Sixty, five the oldest, city in the US was established where's that Santa Fe, and we'll be. There tomorrow That's right Heading out. That way That's the only city as far as I know in the US we're in the US that has. Served, under, three, governments yeah Spain Mexico and the. US. Look at that yeah and you're and you're going up there for how long have? We, will be there well we'll be we'll be out. West, for a week yes southwest will, start in Santa Fe and then we head. Up to Rocky Mountain national park haven't been. There. For many years okay and so that that. Will be. Our week so yeah next, week at this time Don Clemson will. Be. In. For me nice okay Dan Well we'll. Pick. Up where we left off in two weeks lovely fantastic I do not have my? History, bumps if you could throw me that'd be great. Eighteen, thirty seven a pharmacist John and, William parents manufactured Worcestershire sauce and look at. I it on the almost I almost did. It. Well versed the shock it was the only. Commercially bottled. Condiment in the US in, eighteen thirty seven so ketchup wasn't known. Ben. Mustard. Ketchup But over one. Hundred, seventy. Years later they remain of course a favourite across US the US eighteen fifty three. The first potato chip was. Introduced popular version say this happened on August twenty fourth. Eighteen fifty three attributed to the dish of George crumb a cook at. Moon's lake house who kept trying to appease an unhappy customer the customer kept. Sending his fried potatoes. Complaining, toothache yeah Frustrated 'tatoes, razor thin fried them until they were. Hard and Kristen season them with extra salt and to his, surprise the customer love. Them they soon became Saratoga, chips a name that persisted at least into the mid twentieth. Century, yeah, yeah Now locally by dad told me his mother made potato chips is that right right you don't pan was grease. And salt and, oil but his mother made potato chip grant does a, great potato. Chip at Harry carries that they throw on the. Table in the bar and so forth and had lunch, hour Gibson's, actually they're doing nice shop too but. Locally here Jay's potato chips established in Chicago in one thousand, nine twenty seven I. Think we're here to about, two thousand seven they were made now made up by Snyder's. Of, Hanover Known for the, pretzels but. They were stable sure they were huge company I. Remember taking like a fourth or fifth grade field trip To the. Fact. Round ninety fifth street. There yeah and getting a fresh potato chip off the line Little. Bowls, they gave us all potato chips in a row Fantastic here. Is a classic jas j. j..

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"mr schwab" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We speak all? Star addition my. Man overall how was the experience it was great it was great I, think the best, part was meeting the? Guys guys that. We played against Or maybe it's just seeing on TV and being able to meet them on a personal. Level was was really cool seeing how they are when they're off the field and usually You know, whatever you feel like maybe someone's personality is just by what you see on the field usually is not accurate when you when you meet them in person away from. The game And my family was all there for them to experience to see me out. In, the field obviously I hit a home run that's great and all but just just them seeing me out there with all those other guys I think? Was, was, really cool. For them now how about starting. It off the homerun derby had to be unbelievable. The way, it ended and not being the drama that that thing had that night yes yes it was it was a lot of fun some strong is hitting hitting some balls really hard It was a little those little scary though being so close. To. The, first base line when those lefties were, up I was afraid that. One of, them we're going to get a little get a little excited and maybe swing a little earlier and they're you know then they want to and and there's actually one that was, hit pretty hard, and hit like a camera or something like that right behind us but other than that other than feeling very vulnerable being that close it was. A, it was a great experience. So Mr Schwab and, Mr. Mr. Harper were deal in that night yes yeah that was that was fun to watch and they were absolutely. Exhausted, I mean that's a lot of a lot of time and you're just hacking and it's not like when they had the ten outs and you can? Take, your, time and. Even those guys we get tired. But this is it's almost like they're getting light Torture I just just everything is is used for that for that four minutes or a main in their, case three rounds of four. Minutes that's a lot of swinging and they. Were they were absolutely exhausted. Afterwards, now how about the home run to tie it because Mr. secure of the Seattle Mariners had the had the keys in his hand to the MVP award and the. Car the truck and all of a sudden here comes scooter Ginette with a man on down five to. Three you hit off Mr. d az of the mar- the Mariners who hasn't given up too much year and. Whammo, yeah that was that was a lot of. Fun I knew I was, going to get an at. Bat the best part was my family didn't. So they were all frustrated. They, were thinking I wasn't gonna get they didn't leave did they know they didn't but they were they were getting very impatient and upset that I haven't been in the. Game so that stuff's kind of fun for me though because I know I was getting in they didn't. Know so I know something. That they don't and. That's always fun because usually they know stuff before I do. You, know what Twitter and all that stuff but That was. That was I mean I got the pitch I, wanted didn't miss it unfortunately I think, I took the. Car and then EP trophy away from. Cigarettes an ex team mate of mine he was all upset because. He had it? He had it in the, bag And then, of course bregman those Astra's they they just get. All, the accolades and when everything it seems like so we're gonna change that, next year I was gonna say. If you would have been the MVP would've. Been the Camaro or the truck Whatever's the most money so I don't I don't know It. All depends if it's like a stock Camaro I don't I. Don't know what it was and whatever's, worth the. Most so if I was to sell it I could I can make some make the most money or just like give it to the co host of, the show here or. Something just to..

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"He's Bill writer. And people can't stop listening I can't do anything about a pun. In my name sportswriter on Twitter writer's block. The streaming network right or the new. On radio I can't do any more jobs because. I've run, out, of fun, so, I'm no. Longer employable beyond those. Base it's whiter than you with Bill lighter. Welcome back into the show Bill. Reiter with you eight five five two. One two, four, CBS, I understand The seriousness of legalized. Gambling and I like it I liked. It as legalize I gamble on sports I do. Not gamble, a, lot of, money, but I. Enjoy it And. I'm not adverse to going to Vegas and certainly putting, some money down but I recognize that a. Serious change in the sports landscape and serious conversations have to happen that. Is certainly, not, what took place when, Casey Schwab the vice. President of, business and Legal Affairs, the NFL PA pretended that they're, going to be serious consequences to privacy for athletes quote there, are serious consequences particularly for. The athletes he said. Because of those consequences the. Athletes voice must be. Hurt particularly as we contemplate sports betting in, the country end quote Let me let me let me decode. That for you if I may let me interpret what, Mr Schwab is when he says the athletes voice must be, heard it's we want a piece, of the pie which everybody does and silver thinks that there should be an integrity fee the NFL. As well again serious conversations have to be had about legalized gambling on sports betting the majority. Of that is frankly how to fail problem gambling and, to walk that line between allowing people in. This country to do what they wanna do a big believer in if. It doesn't, hurt, other people allow freedom, including the freedom to. Make mistakes, one and done being, done away with legalized gambling on, sports becoming a part of the present both both. Great examples But come on man it's gonna lead to. Serious consequences for privacy their voice has to be.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

"O'clock is brought to you by car for kids and mr schwab and good morning we have sunny skies and sixty four at o'hare the operation to rescue those twelve boys and their soccer coach in thailand from a flooded cave is now underway officials lawn the operation overnight the rescue of all thirteen expected to take up to four days the first boy expected to be brought out of the cave later this morning here's abc's matt got me poured here today and it's going to continue to rain hard over the next couple of days there is serious concern about more water inside that cave that as the oxygen level has been reduced their over the past couple of days so they are really racing against the clock here and we have word that the first of the rescued boys may arrive around nine o'clock our time we certainly will be following this story all morning four people were hurt when an air ambulance heading for a southside hospital crashed along i fifty seven near the bishop ford yesterday here's wgn's eric rung there were transporting one patient who we are told that was in critical condition on their way to the gary airport that patient is still in critical condition a patient being transported already critical and the flight crew also taken to area hospitals word is they're in stable edition of phoenix immigration judge says a oneyearold honduran boys case raises red flags over a looming court ordered deadline for the trump administration to re unite small children with their families also a federal judge in san diego has given the administration until next tuesday to reunite kids under five with their parents and until july twenty sixth for all others on the dan ryan expressway yesterday thousands of people marching along the expressway in the northbound lanes drawing attention to the cities gun violence governor rauner called the shutdown unacceptable and in a tweet yesterday the mayor said that the peaceful the protest was peaceful no injuries were reported an offduty at city police officer was treated for a gunshot wound yesterday after being shot during an exchange of gunfire getting out of his car the officer said to people exchanged shots with them they drove off the investigations continuing sports traffic.

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Rescue operation underway to save boys trapped in cave

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Rescue operation underway to save boys trapped in cave

"O'clock is brought to you by car for kids and mr schwab and good morning we have sunny skies and sixty four at o'hare the operation to rescue those twelve boys and their soccer coach in thailand from a flooded cave is now underway officials lawn the operation overnight the rescue of all thirteen expected to take up to four days the first boy expected to be brought out of the cave later this morning here's abc's matt got me poured here today and it's going to continue to rain hard over the next couple of days there is serious concern about more water inside that cave that as the oxygen level has been reduced their over the past couple of days so they are really racing against the clock here and we have word that the first of the rescued boys may arrive around nine o'clock our time we certainly will be following this story all morning four people were hurt when an air ambulance heading for a southside hospital crashed along i fifty seven near the bishop ford yesterday here's wgn's eric rung there were transporting one patient who we are told that was in critical condition on their way to the gary airport that patient is still in critical condition a patient being transported already critical and the flight crew also taken to area hospitals word is they're in stable edition of phoenix immigration judge says a oneyearold honduran boys case raises red flags over a looming court ordered deadline for the trump administration to re unite small children with their families also a federal judge in san diego has given the administration until next tuesday to reunite kids under five with their parents and until july twenty sixth for all others on the dan ryan expressway yesterday thousands of people marching along the expressway in the northbound lanes drawing attention to the cities gun violence governor rauner called the shutdown unacceptable and in a tweet yesterday the mayor said that the peaceful the protest was peaceful no injuries were reported an offduty at city police officer was treated for a gunshot wound yesterday after being shot during an exchange of gunfire getting out of his car the officer said to people exchanged shots with them they drove off the investigations continuing sports traffic.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wgn sports white sox and detroit once again today our pre game with mark carman is at eleven thirty five and our first pitch twelve ten with ed farmer and derrick jackson here on seven twenty wgn sox beat the tigers yesterday eight to four san francisco beating the cubs yesterday five to four giants and the cubs play once again this evening soccer yesterday the chicago fire beat orlando two to one wgn traffic we look good on our expressways tollways we do have one very big event going on downtown chicago in fact of the length of chicago pretty near that's called bite the drive of course lakeshore drive between mar a hollywood and fifty seven th street is closed until eleven o'clock this morning for bike the drive there are also various exit ramps and entrance ramps along lakeshore drive from north to south that are closed for that event once again that running until eleven o'clock this morning and mr schwab excuse me but you know what we have a bike the drive wgn team that is right out here on pioneer court they are preparing as i speak look how much they are preparing you can see what they are doing their strategizing about how to how to compete and no doubt finish this is a race right thought really arose oh it's not a race just a minute anyway and enjoy summer and enjoy the beauty you know actually we live right across from literature i've seen bike the drive every year and i kinda worry because there are people who clearly have not been on a.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Weeks ago where libby shaft mayor of oakland gave out of warning isis coming i've heard about this is going to be a big sweep of the bay area everybody be on alert ice comes in they arrest a couple hundred people majority of those people that were arrested you know had had some there were there were bad they were bad hombres so to speak bad people rap sheets scary and i says about eight hundred got away so now you've got the san francisco spokesman for ice he resigned he's resigned saying he couldn't continue his job after the trump administration officials made false public statements about key aspects of the operation he says that now that were not another eight hundred to round out that's what he says he says i quit because i didn't want to perpetuate misleading facts guys name schwab james schwab thirty eight hired in two thousand fifteen resigned last week so he's hired by obama resigned last week he said i asked them to change the information i told them the information was wrong they asked me to deflect i didn't so i took some time to quit he also lauded libby chef quote i commend i let me see he lauded chef what did he say about her well he he felt that she did the right thing by giving a heads up and she then praised his action for quitting i commend mr schwab for speaking the truth wander under intense pressure to lie our democracy depends on public service who act with integrity mike okay this was a liberal guy who got hired by is during the obama years in san francisco now you got trump he's upset because isis now doing its job he's probably upset also with the fact that you know when he goes to the cocktail party or goes to hang out with his buddies they say what do you do for a living he said well i'm the spokesman for ice and san francisco debbie are racist he probably couldn't take it anymore he quit the quit he quit so my my tendency is not to believe the guy instead i believe this guy the acting is director thomas homan so we had some strong words tuesday for house minority leader nancy pelosi the san francisco treat he of course she is you remember she accused the.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WWL

"600 one eight seventy you can text us at eight seventy eight seventy they're running back position over the course of time has been devalued by style of play an nfl the to back system obviously ah wear and tear not handing the ball off thought to one back or that featured back as much as it used to be back they when my partner ascending across from me was in the league induce mcallister however there i have i am a back projected to go in the first and second round this year use some that we've talked about obviously essay kwame barkley is one that right up there at the tops lsu darius guys is worn assani michelle is one that some people thinking you talked about this earlier with mr schwab premier yahoo sports that could see his stock rise also a guy like care and dance it could be a second round pick there's a lot of back that are out there deus and there's also some back said it considered be like value begza lsu jonathan williams of scarborough's consider may be a four round back late lake thorough four bet what happens when nick job so they got a bunch of backs they're deus and they're going to be some obviously looking for value but your thoughts on the top bags yeah i mean it really starts you half potentially honestly if i'm looking at a you could probably get three tailbacks are drafted in the first round probably a fourth one based on some needs and how maybe some quarterbacks fall off in uh defensive this is not a very very deep off into lyman draft right when you look at it you notice will get prospects but not a lot of them so there there may be some teams that have some of those running backs may be valued a little bit higher particularly when you talking about a guy like sony michelle is a guy that if you compare him what they know starter he can be so versatile in any offense really yossi and so when.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Including pence stated illinois michigan playing wisconsin bradley's at southern illinois and illinois state plays valparaiso loss for the bulls yesterday wizards beating them one or one to ninety and the us women's hockey team has advanced past the first round and yang chang games beating finland two to one wgn traffic well it's a rather slow going out there due to the snow and it will love be that way for the morning we have a winter weather advisory in effect until noon an accident now on lakeshore drive between uh 31st and oakwood in the southbound lanes of a lakeshore drive also an accident in hinz dale eta to 94 before plainfield road and travel times slow not terrible but slow for this early sunday morning on the chicago skyway offer mudd the of ryan to uh the illinois state line of fifteen minute ride now on the eisenhower that's a little different from foreign dale to downtown of thirty six minute ride the stevenson inbound for veterans tollway lakeshore drive nearly 40 minutes outbound on the stevenson from the drive out to veterans tollway also a forty minute trip do be careful out there as the snow and uh a blowing snow in places will make travel slick we also have reports of snow in the roadway in a number of places sowa take it easy out there mr schwab yes excuse me i must interrupt yes i know that traffic a would clearly be slow but at least downtown are you ready.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bob barr rewording man mayawati is too stumped me i can't get this room that is where the arranged not quite not regime's aims he'll lord you lorry the actor and the musician he's rock and now they're 'akau'ola jerry lee lewis the of really i seem to perform not this song on the tonight show actually have yet yeah yeah yeah he's quite the musician how are you today mr schwab i'm doing well however you a little upset with you and i think we're in trouble with the fcc because you mentioned a fourletter word i believe in your new newscast beginning with the letter s i it yeah essono w o that word yes at an address other were the begins with us about lay thou shall lately we've heard that were being used to hail away you know it is the end of january and we have had not a lot of snow really you might think we have but only about a nine nine and a half inches officially at o'hare i think it all came sort of in one game kind of at once but these are snow showers we're not even looking at any accumulation here all day all right there you have it you're you're you get out of it just okay and you'll be back in 23 minutes with more rial mr schwab incomes back welcome to steve dale cut world better better idea than news this is the best bet idea we have served if you've got that he's got answers you rac sad strange little mayor steve can house were positive control god this is going downhill fast you've got america's cut expert here on details had world and well it's the best day of my life but dr natalie marks is in the studio tvs get better and better all these same you again in about a week right in las vegas in orlando in orlando that it would admit here in las vegas pieces well actually are you going to the brain see children las vegas to we well though there's the it's called v m exits a big veterinary conference thousands and thousands and thousands of veterinary professionals there and you'll be talking about leptospirosis said believe i well at seven in the morning very earthly and then it aided the morning see i wanna come and see you because i hear you ever rock and power point at we have.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Process for political purposes is something that we should all be very concerned about take various so we need the answers that it's very very important let me ask you this independence from politics i agree but the fbi like all idc's need to be accountable to someone so let me ask you this would have been inappropriate of president kennedy ordered director hoover the stop surveilling martin luther king junior and say 1962 if he believe that surveillance was illegitimate right so it's such a you would be accountable is a customary to draft than exoneration memo long before interviewing all well of relevant witnesses including the target of that investigation well i i i do believe that in any investigation final decisions and conclusions should wait until as congressman gouty said until the in october last witness has been reached on the other hand i also know from having done investigations both for the government and in the private side that as the investigation develops you start forming views about what you're finding all subject to revision and in some cases uh withdrawal until you're done fair enough is it acceptable practice for fbi agents to leak official work product to the media now thank you a uber the gentleman's china's expired the gentleman from california mr schwab wells now recognised for five minutes live from capitol hill house judiciary committee and she's been radio road resolutions on your appointment in the french you enter agents for their service.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The schmo and mrs schmo in a little schmo hats any the north korean generals who watched the schmo and the malek's and mr schwab what will they all be thinking over at cnn well don lemon be writing a letter to hillary clinton from himself and his family will they be crying when it's all over acquiring eyes wanna know what about wolf blitzer or somebody wake him up well actually become a newsman what will he do with and of course there's brian stats llc brian stretch ler a hero of and state university as i understand it where i believe he attended school little fat guy as we like to calm affectionately here what what brian stelzer stelter had to say the coverup proceeds you can thank devon nunez for bringing them litigation that made this information i am sure available because it was leaked to the washington compost at the senate intelligence committee way to mature over there wait two bipartisan they're never going to do anything like this so bottom line they hillary clinton campaign and the democrat national committee helped spend a fortune they continue that does see a research the opposition research phil way kremlin allies one donald trump and they covered it up from the american people hillary and her campaign now what night campaign was going i had up there is a lady with all due respect that need attention she shouldn't be travelling the country talking about anything and the dnc thought they were the victims of the russians didn't way oh yes yes yes their database was tapped into while the repay for information against trump don't worry they weren't paying the russians directly not an they weren't pay in the former british style spy directly not ah a paid up front that they knew would do all their dirty work for the and they hope by paying through a lawyer a lawyer penghu front group the front group going to an exbritish spy they thought they would cover up all their tracks for months allied lied in silence never confessed pretty incredible this is pretty incredible i'll be right back.

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"mr schwab" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mr schwab" Discussed on WDRC

"Game and tori well that's great my old boss eddie sloan for that he's a parka i have uh and it was a departmentstore years ago very nice store and eighty was like a second dad and he told me close out like better winds didn't get better with age 'nother with jeff the mocking down wavy for the season before he never have assail until after christmas now it's like way before christmas suits fifty percent off and we so better men's suits and women's clothing and men's clothing as well started seventy is all with ten thousand if it wasn't for the mr schwartz's into the miss the winds teens and the internet was nice people and they were very tough but they will sphere and if it was it for the mr schwartz's i wouldn't be where i am today so i think those people for what they did did because not only did they teach me about business but they taught me about life i go in and say mr schwab hundreds suits how 'bout you give me how that i paid for rod a how but i paid for ten give me neijiang credit hate that this always got a little slow how 'bout you pay for ninety and i'll give you ten on credit and then the next time next month i'll give you eighty on credit and then i skied me you pay fadi i'll give you twenty on credit and i built up he'll elated until everything was on credit and that's how we started but if it wasn't for those wonderful people teaching the and i note some of these people prior to that because i was a buyer for the men's suits and i get called up tv off as one day saying that you know some i the manager asked me what would i like to do someday i said geez baby someday i'd like to open up installed i was seventeen i mean i didn't know what i wanted to do i just said geez i lights called him this is so i get quality to office that took two o'clock that afternoon got fired he's right now he said i eddie's and it was like a second fathers the right now you'll take fifty percent of my business if you stay here another two years you'll take one hundred percent of my business and.

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