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"nancy baxter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"nancy baxter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And what are you divesting to boost the cash We've reduced our position in liege Yesterday we couldn't actually exit We said if the market is down by more than 4% we're just going to hold our positions At times you can see that Mina region sometimes ignores the global news Hopefully that was a stretch She obviously went all the way down 11% So obviously the market didn't ignore this And we kept those positions because those folks were down more than 4% So we kept those positions except for ligia and we trimmed that position basically So we raised cash only to 2% not a lot And I think we should be well positioned for the bounds today In terms of the banks you made a very clear defensive call on your strategic position inside banks Where is leadership in that group What defines a leadership bank stock in 2022 in Saudi Arabia Well we've seen if you look at last year and I think next year we'll pretty much be the same theme is that it's been driven by on the one hand mortgage growth residential workshops has been an absolutely phenomenally strong subsidies of the government that makes it a lot more attractive for homeowners to take the mortgage That is one The consumer loans have been obviously expanding very rapidly So that favored a bank like araji And I think next year the girls will probably be slower but still quite significant A bank like Saudi national bank also is well positioned We haven't seen as much in the numbers because it was hit by redemptions and reduction in their fixated basically But in the end actually still translated into better margins for SMB And going forward we expect SMBs loan growth to be a lot stronger next year than it has been this year We do expect to slow down but still very significant growth of north of 20% And both of them are actually plays on higher interest rates If there is an economic slowdown because of new restrictions that would hurt their margins the improvements in largest but still I think they're very much stay at home stores in terms of given that real estate is actually a state of staying home So that people want to live bigger and that's fueling the credit demand basically Living the dream and a villa summarize in Arabian ranchers or Dubai hills Yeah thank you very much I guess this morning on Middle East markets Managing director head of equity research but I'll come plenty more ahead on daybreak Middle East this Monday morning This is Bloomberg Start your market day with Bloomberg surveillance The bond market it's a really interesting soup on keen Jonathan perro and Lisa Abramovich Isn't your base case the worst case scenario for us Which one of us Bloomberg surveillance Must watch I think they made a great decision step previously We've been warnings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television When you reorganize and declutter we're probably the first thing you decide to keep Is there any serious contemplation of sanctions against China detailed financial and business reporting Tell us more about your customers and how they're doing now Expert analysis You're basically just changing a $5 bill into 5 ones Definitely essential Looking at high yield where does that take you these days Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening The composer Joseph Haydn famously said I listened more than I study It sounds like a law school hypothetical Here in Bloomberg it's the same thing Do you maintain that low rate regime Can you see how two years How do you build a strategy with that eventuality in mind Experts information news The push sets up a potential fight What do we know about how it will go public Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Well ladies are weighing in on the new COVID variant that sent shockwaves through the markets Nancy Baxter from the Melbourne.

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"nancy baxter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"nancy baxter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fire. These guys it was like, day after day. They were all dying, and then they're dying words are I wish I had been more into the vaccine. I wish I had taken it. Of course. Look Uh, if you if you're if If you do something completely stupid. Because you read it on the Internet. It's hard not to laugh at people. Let's be real. I mean, that's the reason they have the Darwin Awards. All right, like there's a reason for some of those things. The vaccine thing, though, is a battle. Because first of all, it's not a vaccine. Can we just change the word? Can we change the wording? You don't get a flu vaccine. Really? You get a flu shot. That's what he says. Hey, come get the flu shot. You drive by Walgreens or CVS, come get the flu shot. It's a shot that will offer you protection. In many cases. It's effective between 14 about 60% on a yearly basis of you not getting the flu. But what it truly does is it acts as a also as much it is, is a crime fighter of you getting the flu. It is also something where will help mitigate any kind of damage you get. Should you get the flu will be far more mild. Your symptoms won't be as bad. The chance of being hospitalized will be lessened all of those things That's kind of the way we need to approach is because we have this psychological data vaccine is a vaccine, right? I got polio to shock that it up. This is something different and and and Because it's the flu is not political. Like, does anybody go got these people want me to take a photo shot? Huh? They are What side of the aisle. These people are taking their freedoms away. That's the way every screens. You know, and everybody else on the other side, like Oh, gosh, Totally. Take this. Where? 12 Mask Height house. And you're like us. Than in the common sense, people all of us in the middle. We're just looking around going. What? Who? Why do you guys have mix well, partly because you guys are the train wreck that everybody wants to see. Right? That's that's a lot of what it is. You are that Unfortunately, The group is big enough to cause on both sides because Helen havoc And people are enjoying this. All that being said one thing that did bother me about what Stern said. And like, Hey, look. Those guys have died in particular feel, Valentine. Who is probably the most famous of them all. Who had a big following was nationally syndicated host for a while, he was out there that it's a super talker in Nashville. And he was a you know, I mean, Phil was a pretty damn big conservative house for a very long time and and and politically, he you know, he was, uh, especially throughout Nashville and Tennessee and and and the conservative movement. He was pretty damn big. He wasn't he people say was he? Nancy Baxter wasn't it Doesn't matter. I mean, should we celebrate? Because if you celebrated death of somebody else, let's just say this for a second. All right, which happened? In the eighties and nineties, and especially with AIDS. If you celebrate that How would you be perceived today? If you laugh at somebody else. What an idiot. You got AIDS. Funny. Oh, like, how would you be perceived? Yeah, That's what he gets, right, You know. You know, unprotected sex and sharing needles. That's what you get. It was done, people. I mean, they did it and it wasn't good either. My big frustration on all of this, though. Was when he talked about he talked about freedom. What are we going to stop putting up.

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"nancy baxter" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"nancy baxter" Discussed on The Signal

"And you said before that you know there was this agreement and the prime ministers making this point as well right that that national cabinet they was agreement around seventy eighty percent The those numbers that modeling the doty institute is essentially standing by that but these states that have zero covert places like queensland places like western australia. How have things shifted for them when they look at these now. Well you've got to remember that these states that have rewarded. They premise for taking pretty hotline in keeping the border shop in keeping covet out mock mcgowan. Nwea anesthesia pal. In queensland they were reelected last year during the pandemic with some extraordinary results and a lot of voters support so look does that appetizer to leading some covert even win that vaccination writes up around seventy or eighty percent. I think it's very different. Scenario to those new south wales victoria and canberra. That are absolutely battling through these lockdowns. Desperate to see them over and increasingly cain to see this seventy and eighty percent threshold miss at so that they can have some freedom so you got a very different political climate now thinking these different states. And that's what morrison. The prime minister has to navigate all right so the key difference here between july when all the states and territories agreed to a plan based on modeling by the dougherty institute for reopening wants seventy and then eighty percent of adults vaccinated and now is case numbers and when we say case numbers we really mainly main case numbers in new south wales which are higher and growing at a foster right than anything. We've seen before in australia now. As david says the prime minister insists in a sense that the case numbers don't really change things and we're going to get into the politics of that in a second. But i just to deal with the science. Not everyone thinks that's true including as we heard some of the premise. And this was how scott morrison defended his position on three w. in melvin. This week there's a horrible truth of prime ministers in your being forced really to take a punt at the dodie. Institutes ron and the others wrong. That's a punt that could if it goes wrong. Cost thirty thousand lives well. I don't agree with that assessment but not put that forward and i assume that there's vaccinations continued arise. There's now out of public health measures implies and all of that. So i mean that's that's not a realistic scenario and that's not what is going to happen so for an expert take this. We went to professor. Nancy baxter. She's the head of the school of population and global health at the university of melbourne. You know. I think that kind of models serve as as as a bit of a guide but you know they don't they don't dictate what will happen and you know. Opening when there are high case numbers the main challenge there is being able to effectively use public health. Interventions like track and trace. So i think one of the challenges is how effective we think tracking tracing and isolating people is going to be if we're at these high case numbers when we opened up and we see in sydney how and they have an excellent system but even an excellent system when you get numbers like nine hundred. There's no coping with that. There's no effective track and trace when you're at a number like nine hundred so i do think that the number that we opened up with will matter just because there's no way we can be as effective in our public health interventions with a number that high as we could be with a much lower number and one thing that we have seen a little of this week is is sort of alternative models around what might happen at seventy and eighty percent one scenario. You know has like thirty thousand deaths in six months. How how do we reconcile these different. Well what i'd say is the model with the highest numbers is basically if we just decided to have freedom day and just opened the doors take away all of our restrictions and just say we're just going to let it rip and and the number of people that could get ill or die if that's what we decided to do is very high so i don't think anyone's proposing that but it does give you you know the counterfactual what will happen if we don't actually have some restrictions in place so again. I think it's important that we're all honest about what you know. Reaching the sixty four percent or of the entire population or eighty percent of the eligible population means. It doesn't mean life as normal. We have to get at a higher rate to get life as normal and the the you know. The reality is if we wanted to get back to normal with the rate like that. It's going to mean you know that a lot of people end up dying of cova and the sort of picture that we're seeing now. Is that states. Have a very good track. Record of keeping cova dot with snap lockdowns and essentially back to normal once dots over are less keen on sticking to seventy and eighty percent which the states that have had bigger outbreaks. More open to. I mean if you were to say to a state like wwl queensland what what kind of percentage nationally would mean that. They don't actually experience the break at all on a reopening. Well what i would say is that you know. We're not stopping at eighty percent right. We're not saying eighty percent and then we're going to stop vaccinating people so i if by waiting another month or two. In the current scenario there in they can reduce the death and illness in their communities substantially. It's hard for me to say that's the wrong thing for them to decide like they're making decisions for their own communities that are in the best interest in their communities. The other thing is that you know delaying a little bit more. Especially when you're in a situation like w where you're still pretty open and free you know. They're they're likely to be new vaccines vaccines that are more effective against the delta strain so may change the dynamic in terms of you know how much we can actually control this You know having outbreaks with with vaccination. I mean ultimately we will have to open up. But if you're if you're talking about opening up with sixty more days delay and decreasing the deaths over over three months by a thousand people know if that's what you're talking.

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"nancy baxter" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"nancy baxter" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"You should be ashamed of yourselves. Go look at my twitter threat to invite all your listeners. Go look at my twitter thread for my tucker appearance or for my tweet saying something about the virus and they all say the vaccine and they all say oh. You're a denier. Your nancy baxter. You should be ashamed of yourselves. You want everybody to die. You know what i want freedom. I want freedom from tyranny. I don't want government because the government who can come in and tell you you have to worry about the Take a vaccine. The same would come down and shut your business down. The same government segment is Can't go to school. Must be masked that's the same kind of government they can step in and tell you anything at all. Even as those people are taking to the streets in cuba. We should be mindful of what you do. When you power. I completely agree and so again i have made this an issue up. Started to ask questions about and again. We're used backlash. Were kind of built for this right. But it's been. It's been the most interesting backlash we've received because it is the most untrue accusations i've ever got before i got the vaccine as a kid. I got the flu shot. When i was in high school. I don't quite understand that you're an anti vaccine. Because you had robert kennedy on your program. I just sat there and ask questions and obviously saying that children shouldn't be forced to get this vaccine on deciding not to get this vaccine. I've said that publicly. And so as a member of congress you obviously have oversight of all these agencies what should vote or to the national program. what should voters demand their elected officials. Do on this topic. Do we need kind of like a church and pike committee of the public health officials. 'cause i think that'd be a great idea like let's start to have a instead of this ridiculous report on january sixth thing. Let's have a real committee on who's in charge of our public health. What are they funding. Did this come from. China are the vaccine companies. The ones that are pushing policy. Do we have this insight out relationship of publicly traded pharmaceutical companies. That are actually using the levers of government for their own benefit. Can you can you. Can you help me out with that. Because it seems. There's this like corporate oligopoly that is in partnership with government. That's calling all the shots look. I couldn't agree more. I used to serve on house oversight committee. I had to give that up beyond house share committee this year But and i may go back oversight. In particular all the committees that have jurisdiction. We need to be pressuring our democratic colleagues because obviously as republicans. We can't call here hearings right now. Democrats control belieber. We can push for but they're the ones you can actually call. We need them to call here on a nonpartisan basis. Just just all people in and let's have the conversation. Let's let's talk to some of the pharmaceutical executive. Exactly how much money. How much money. You're gonna make the backseat. Who told you how much money you're gonna make. What are you charging. And how much you get allergy. getting government. how much getting individuals. Okay what are the actual side effects of these backseat. How much of they've been tested. When we read these stories about you know you. Johnson johnson pulled them off. Because of clotting right in women. Big dinner went back on right. It's a huge deal right women who might be pregnant my birth control. They were like ooh hold on. There might be some Clotting issues that's pretty big deal. My wife was thinking about getting that maxine at that moment. Time of the pullback and been when did more research how about this neurological stuff how about the heart issue that we've been reading about. I don't know if i know that those are the those problems outweigh the benefits. I don't know charlie. I'm trying to take in the information and see but we should also have a an actual hearing about the honest data on the actual virus itself. So people can understand instead of being so You know made to be fearful. How about we look and say well you know what if your kid under eighteen. You have a ninety nine point nine nine eight percent of surviving the virus. If you get it okay forget not if you get it. It's ninety nine point nine nine hundred. That is pretty much in territory or actually better than flu. That's right now if you're over said and how about everyone understanding eighty percent of people over sixty five. I think that's memory have been vaccinate. Eighty percent and some in a very large number hundred fifty nine. I think billion people in the united states have been backstage. We are darn close to her mutant right. We've got between people who had the virus back stated everybody they know that information and then they knew the risks they can choose whether the vaccine is good for them or not and i think that's what we need our hearings that actually get to the truth. Unfortunately we never have that anymore. That's another podcast in and of itself about how broken congresses. But we should have. This hearings exposed troop as one last point if i may. I'm a cancerous tomorrow. I was diagnosed ten years ago. I think in like two weeks. with hodgkin's limbaugh. I was blessed to be able to go to. md anderson. and i was the beneficiary but trial drunk. Okay i was. Fda trial for a drug or even free improved relapse patients that i was in a trial for new patients and it was a great rugged is now the standard of care. I had one of the best doctors in the world. He said look. This is going to be the standard care. And i went and congress and any special strings sky. But i got this in this trial and it's great and say my life was can't you breath in two months finished my chemo. Regimen markelle would've been catch productive. But i look. I got excoriated by democrats because two years ago in an oversight here Katie hill remember trouble katie hill. Katie hill is going after the gilliat. Ceo because he is making lots of money iliad selling travolta right which is aids drug senator thinking to myself scratching my head. You got this company. They're making a drug. They're making lots of money. It's saving a lot of people's lives you get aids and you democrat or screening them for making money like look. I don't want them to make money through corporate cronyism. But i do want them to make lots of money and roland money if they can create drugs that say wives like the one that saved by lights when i had cancer. We've got everything backwards. Democrats want to be able to control everything forgetting with the market produces great drugs. Then they wanna come in and say no. We're gonna control how much you can make. Then we're gonna have government make all the decisions on that and guess what then your social welfare state and you don't produce the great things this country's always produced for the world and i would argue that some of these pharmaceutical companies. They're actually got really lazy instead of trying to be. You know kind of innovative and inventive. They would just rather gain the system and just kind of get these pie. That's why the vaccine is such a such an unusual thing. And i don't want anyone to look at this like anything else. We've lived through. Because this is a gift to the bottom line of madeira and pfizer and johnson and johnson. In a way that we've really never seen before and it doesn't involve a tremendous amount of our indian. They're completely immune from from the risks of that. So so i wanna charlie on that point pfizer in their quarterly reports. Or whatever they were doing they did their financial or in february they going gonna make fifty billion dollars from this fifteen billion from this. Yeah and so. I want to focus on something you said which i think would appreciate so growing up. I i knew a lot of democrats. I grew up in the suburbs of chicago. You've been around democrats your whole life and congress and you help tad and so you're aware of all of that but their complaint especially when you were helping ted run for the senate. I think you help them against dewhurst. I might be wrong but you are in that kind of orbit was that republicans are going to force you to do certain things. Republicans are going to get into your bedroom and rip if you give republicans power. You're not going to be able to live three free remember. This was like the big overarching thing. And in a weird turn of events it turns out that the democrats have power they're actually authoritarians and were the ones that are actually defending this idea of like no..

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"nancy baxter" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"nancy baxter" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Lacks is an understanding of what accountability is, and that's a unless standing accountabilities about being accountable to their feelings and be accountable for their actions and the way that what is going to defect it other people that's interesting, and so you find it difficult to get them to focus. On the fact that they may be accountable for something they've settled done. That's right, and also to the you know that when they do do these things, and I do take accountability. That's when they actually find real growth and change in their life. I would imagine that's true. Good to hear from you as well. Lots of comments on this on text. Have some saying very long voted your Virginia What next video games cause violence ask spin, But this on Texas Well, our society has mostly thrown out the contrition. Redemption narrative. People are fired in her arrest for tweets they made years ago. That's a good observation. You are now hangs Jordan and hung, drawn and quartered for things that maybe you're discouraged from owning up to and completely owning because the consequences now are so dire. I think it's a really Interesting observation this for money and matter, Liza As a society, we've elevated individual interest to our main priority. All we talk about his rights is no concern for responsibilities on we ruled self centered behavior with both financial and social capital. But still others aren't take saying Virginia being naive. The whole thing's about drug use. And that you run from the sane off the crime because you might be scared about getting a drug test. Going to give you little bit of an update on a story yesterday about the cafe in the north of the city that kicked off a huge conversation about the lack of use of Q R codes and pop prop up Contact tracing and testing, taking details, particularly in the hospitality sector. This has become a bit of a thing, Joe this thing to Virginia Tree Ali on ABC radio Melvin The writer Jill Stark kicked off our conversation yesterday with this story, but we're sort of halfway through our food before we realized that we hadn't checked in because there was nothing at the front of the Catholic Church to remind us that it just suddenly dawned away. We had it and I said, Could we check in and She said. We don't do check it. Into chickens. We don't have to do them anymore, said this white person of this person pointed her towards a note, pad said You can write your name in there, but there wasn't a single name on it. We tried to speak to the cafe during the show. Yesterday there returned our call after the show and said no one uses QR codes anymore. But then they said that they had been compliant, actually, and they did have a chicken system. And then later they said that they always had a book Chicken service. But then they texted us that even later a picture off the QR code and saying Here it is we used do uses. I said the way that he spoke to Jill was on a trial and was confused about the check in process, they said. They have a staff member allocated to the door, ensuring that people chicken and that's what happened in Jill's case. She was just unlucky, they say then the cafe told us that yesterday afternoon long behold and authorized officer from the state's Health department stopped by Paid them a visit. They actually texted us a photograph off, said Authorized Officer in conversation with the manager inspected their records and has left satisfied. Well, I'm glad they're satisfied, and I'm glad the system is working now. It clearly wasn't working then. Professor Nancy Baxter is an epidemiologist, surgeon and head of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne. Nancy. Good to talk to you again. Good morning. Good morning, Kim. Well, they go. I think they look, they listened very quickly. What's the lesson for all of us when it comes to QR codes and checking in Well, everything in Sydney, you know, they really can be a very effective tool for contact tracers, and particularly given how open we are now in Melbourne. How how much Interaction. How close together we are at restaurants and that sort of thing, you know, having a kind of rarely rapid response system that can help the contact tracers identify everyone who may have been at risk of a particular venue. You're really important because what these this means is that You know, instead of having to do really deep detective work, which will have to do anyway. But instead of having to rely on that, solely the contact tracers can look see who was in the venue at the same time at that cafe restaurant at the same time, and someone who had Covitz And contact those people, You know, really in minutes versus, you know, having to do the detective work it taking days to contact those people. And you know those individuals relying on like looking at lists of where you know the cove it caused a person has been going like. Oh, yeah, I was there at that time. You know it just It's gonna lead to delays and people have to kind of be in tune with the system. So you're talking about a day's delay versus being able to kind of immediately call those people get them to isolate get them tested. I wonder if we need to actually pitch this, though, frankly, from a more selfish perspective, which is that if this hospitality venues want to remain open and not have to go through another lockdown? It's in their best interest to do this, because then there's people, as you say, can be quickly contacted, tested and isolated on. We don't have to have a shutdown. Absolutely. And you know what's interesting is here with all anecdotal, but what you hear from people who are in Western Australia or in New South Wales is that No, it's much more part of the routine that it's accepted that you used me to use the cure code system..

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"nancy baxter" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"nancy baxter" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Of the Howard Springs facility and returned to negative covert 19 tests before boarding their flights. Thieves. She was expected to be discussed it today's national Cabinet meeting. Leading epidemiologists says delays and mandating a centralized system for QR codes could be to blame for a lack of compliance with the chicken skin restaurants, cafes, gyms and beauty parlors and now required to collect customers Chicken daughter through government Q R code system that became mandatory last week. The opposition says there's confusion over the use of the codes and the government was too late in introducing it, Professor Nancy Baxter from the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health says it's hard to know how frequently people use the system. Maybe in Victoria. That's part of the problem is that they had, you know a bunch of different systems some, you know, cooked up by individuals. They're just a bunch of different systems for having that information. It's only really hasn't been too long ago that it's been more unified. Indonesia has imposed to 10 Day travel ban to slow the spread of private 19 ahead of next week's end of Ramadan when millions of people traditionally returned to their home villages, Indonesia correspondent and Barker reports. It's the second year in Tunisia has banned the so called moody core homecoming as it's called that marks the end of Ramadan and the eagle featuring holiday Police have been deployed in the capital, Jakarta to stop those without permits leading the city illegally. Indonesia has had the highest death toll from Corona virus in Southeast Asia and almost 1.7 million confirmed cases. A ban also remains in place on most foreigners entering the country. The U. S military has reminded China to thoughtfully consider its responsibilities when managing space junk from Washington. Greg Jennet reports U. S Forces of monitoring China's Long March five b. Rocket little fool to work in an uncontrolled re entry within days, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says it stands as a reminder to all involved in space operations that they have responsibilities in managing their rockets. There should be a requirement to operate in a safe and and thoughtful mode. While the U. S has many capabilities, Secretary Austin says There are no current plans to shoot down the Chinese rocket. Greg Jennings. ABC NEWS Washington Melvin's roads being clogging up since the start of the year, with new daughter revealing the crunch bank felt by motorist during the morning commute, according to in telematics, Australia Monday to Friday, traffic is actually worse than before the pandemic in many outer suburbs. Some of the worst hit suburbs include show inside Parked Truck, Naina and Mill Park. It comes as the city's trains operate well below capacity at about 60% of pre covert Little's Monash University traffic expert professor Graham Curry says one of the solutions is to convince people public transport is safe. The short term solutions is dealing with infection fear. It's really very little risk on public transport. Now, occupancy levels are lower. The service levels are better. In fact, the system is very clean. And briefly in women's tennis. Australia's ash body is eyeing off 1/4 wth tournament title this year after she defeated Spain's pull of a dosa in straight sets in the semifinals off.

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