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"neela richardson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Y C. Civic. Now the NEWS Ah federal judge has denied in order sought by organs attorney general trying to stop federal agents from arresting people during nightly protests in Portland. The judge says state officials don't have the standing to sue on behalf of the protesters. Earlier at the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany defended President Trump's deployment of the federal agents. The federal government has a sworn duty to uphold the laws of the United States through field offices and federal facilities across the country. These agents protect and serve the American people. McEnaney today also said kids should be back in school classrooms this fall. Even if scientific research indicates Children could spread Corona virus, The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Hanna is becoming better organized and will become a hurricane by the time it hits the Texas coast tomorrow. Hurricane and storm surge warnings have been issued. For the affected areas on Jean Johnson and I'm Charlie Pellets at Bloomberg World headquarters down Friday and a losing week for the U. S. Stock market. Stocks fell for a second day as investors grew anxious about rising tensions with China along with a potential stalling of the economic recovery. Neela Richardson is investments matter just that Edward Jones, there is on acknowledgement that the economic recovery will be on even on then you add a diplomatic Rising tensions between the U. S in China. That is a context for a risk sentiment today and Chris Harvey is head of equity strategy at Wells Fargo Securities. We would hope that you fully invested in disappointment if you're not fully invested. This would not be a great time to really Buying your uber cast and really put on it. At this juncture, we'd be a little bit more cautious. Intel shares plums today. After earnings on the conference call CEO Bob Swan spent almost an hour Discussing an idea that would have once been unthinkable for the world's largest semiconductor company, and that is not manufacturing its own chips. Swan spoke today with Bloomberg Television and radio. We talked yesterday about 20% higher demand for 10 nanometer products and we intend to Spadaro in the year. So we're delivering on the products in 2020 We expect to deliver on 21. We expected a LeBron 22 we also expect to Iran 2023 Intel was down 16.2%. The S and P 500 index fell 20 points, down 6/10 of 1% for the week, down 3/10 of 1%. The Dow down 182 down seven tense now Stack down 98 down nine tense Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This is the business of sports from Bloomberg Radio. Thanks so much for joining us. We're here each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports. I'm Jason Kelly, along with my clenched and Michael bar. Let's continue our conversation with Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman, will thou? At the end of the last segment, you went exactly where we wanted to go? Certainly where I want to go as a Georgetown alum. Oop. Basketball. What are you thinking about right now? What plans are being made? As much as you can to ensure that we will see a beast basketball season. Well, this point, Jason our plans for our winner and spring sports. Are continuing as planned basketball season is, as you would know if the fans starts. In middle November. Practices start earlier continues through March at the Big East Tournament, of course on the books, uh, for mid March at Madison Square Garden. We have other sports we run in the winter and spring. Right now. It's it's full steam ahead. We've got Two nonconference challenges on the men's side with the Big 10 in the Big 12 working on those, and then we handle the conference scheduled for our 11 team, So we're working on that. I can't say though, that back of our minds. There isn't a need to think out small treated models. I think it's just a reality. Going into this. So we're working on on that as well. I can tell you today where any of this you're gonna land whether the season starts on time, Whether there's a truncated season, etcetera. I think we've got to be prepared for anything. Um, but we're hopeful that we can pull it off Brother fans or not. I can't tell you whether it's an alternative venues. Sure that might happen as well. It's probably a little bit too early to say, I guess I would sort of project that it would be call it early mid September. That we would have a better idea, probably of where the season will stand to say. I don't think we've spent enough time in association that is NT a membership at large thinking about basketball focus right now so intently on football. Many conferences that we're not thinking much about bands we need to. I would just say on behalf of our enterprise. You gotta step up and really think about what we're going to do with. In many respects our Our most important sport because it's the one that's fun association this past March Madness gone, betting revenue gone. Revenue for Biggie schools really disrupted. Can you give us an estimate of how much money was just taken away? Because of the cancellation of this past March Madness? My many 1,000,000 many millions had massive Financial implications. Particularly for conferences that don't have football revenue stream. You know, we don't We don't have that Our budget is really built around basketball. I would say the good news for our league. Is that we did have insurance that covered the cancellation of the Big East Tournament. So we were protected there. We've got a really strong policy that in effect for the next two years Coverage is really hard to find, but we had it. And then we have we've been carefully nurturing a reserve fund. That was set up in the conference. We configured in 2013 and with the approval of our board, we were able to access funds from our reserves that help mitigate some of the law. But it was painful. Um nonetheless. And so budget models that were built for this year have been very much impacted. Um and you know, certainly has a business matter for us that basketball is disrupted for us in any serious way. This year. That would certainly impact us. But if basketball is can be conducted, you know relatively disruption free then I would say that we'd be in pretty good shape. So,.
"neela richardson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"So far. Kevin Cooper is the director of marketing at outside television in the Sierra and says, anyone planning to visit the area dates to be ready if you're traveling for this year is over the next day you, definitely carry chain drop that Cal trans quick map application back on your phone. Pay attention. We will pop on and off over the next several days and Cooper says the region could receive another ten to fourteen inches by Sunday, a major shift from the recent warm weather. The Trump administration is cancelling nearly one billion dollars in federal money for California's highway rather, make that California's high speed rail project, the federal railroad administration announced today, it will not give California the money saying the state failed to comply with the terms of its grant at has abandoned. The original version for a train between Los Angeles and ten Francisco. Now, this comes after federal officials threatening to pull funding earlier this year after governor Newsom said there was no path to finishing the project as planned in his first state of the state address in February Newsome says he is still committed to full time service on that line. All of the financial news. Jeff bellinger. Wall Street made it three up sessions in a row. The key averages are close to wiping out the losses from the Monday sell off the Dow Jones industrials rose two hundred fifteen points eight tenths percent to twenty five thousand eight sixty two the NASDAQ closed seventy six points or one percent, higher the S and P five hundred game twenty five points or nine tenths percent. Shares of blue chips Cisco systems and WalMart advanced on better than expected quarterly results. The trade tensions with China may have been put on Wall Street's back burner but Neela Richardson that we're Jones and company says the importance of a deal cannot be understated thirteen to world growth. And that's what we're looking at. That's why the deal the trade deal between the two countries is so important, Bloomberg reports. Amazon is close to finalizing a deal to acquire the advertising technology of CES Mak, a bankrupt company that developed an ad server that places spots on the internet and measures there. Effectiveness, Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. What does building a better Bank? Look like it starts with building Capital One cafes.
"neela richardson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"That was considered by many people to be one of the last unspoiled spots on earth is now covered with pieces of fasting. The report in the journal nature estimates, there are now more pieces of plastic in the oceans than there are stars in the Milky Way. And the trash is washing up places like Australia. Cocos keeling islands a tiny chain in the middle of the Indian Ocean about a million shoes. Mostly flipflops landed on those beaches in all scientists say, there are four hundred fourteen million pieces of plastic on those islands, which only take about five and a half square miles last week, deepwater explorer found a plastic bag in the Mariana trench the deepest spot in the ocean, which never had been reached a human before. Correspondent Scott Goldberg in Trenton, state Senate president Steve Sweeney has unveiled a plan. He says, would save the state's failing pension system and improve the state's financial situation one measure would revamp pension plans for teachers and non uniform public employees under the proposal, they would no longer get traditional defined benefit pensions. Another proposal would merge school districts into regional. Districts, sixty six degrees. Fair skies were going down to fifty six overnight in the city wins news time, nine fifty six. Now, Bloomberg money. Watch on ten ten wins. Wall Street made it three obsessions roll the key averages are close to wiping out the losses from the Monday sell off that Jones industrials rose two hundred fifteen points eight tenths percent to twenty five thousand eight sixty two the NASDAQ closed seventy six points or one percent, higher the S and P five hundred game twenty five points or nine tenths percent. Shares of blue chip Cisco systems and WalMart advanced on better than expected quarterly results. The trade tensions with China may have been put on Wall Street's back burner. But Neela Richardson of Edward Jones and company says the importance of deal cannot be understated thirteen to world growth. And that's what we're looking at. That's why deal the trade deal between the two countries is so important, Bloomberg reports. Amazon is close to finalizing a deal to acquire the advertising technology of. Bankrupt company that developed ebbed server that places spots on the internet and measures. They're affective nece, Bloomberg.
"neela richardson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For being here as it happens is off to London to report on what's going on with Brexit, which we should note is highly uncertain in terms of when or how it might happen. In fact, if we had a theme for today, it's uncertainty between Brexit and global economy some flashing red lights for our economy news that President Trump personally reversed some treasury department sanctions on North Korea that were put into place yesterday. Let's see what we can do with this in the weekly wrap. Neela Richardson is an investment strategist over at Edward Jones. Genus Malik covers the economy for Bloomberg. They're both in our New York studio. Hey there. Hi, molly. Hey, molly. Neela? We talk a lot about the politics and the process of Brexit. But I wonder are we underestimating the economic effect. Right now, we haven't seen the messy nece that is Brexit that's ongoing saga of political negotiations actually affect directly either US equities or international equities. But that uncertainty has weighed on market sentiment overall. And so what I think you'll see is this continued postponed because the the likelihood the outcome of a hard Brexit where Britain leaves the EU without a deal in placed on trade or how people move around the union would actually affect economic growth directly slowing growth across the euro zone. Don't think anyone in parliament parliament, our policymakers in the EU want that outcome. And so what I think you'll see as more postponed. Gina. We had weak economic data from the EU on top of this Brexit uncertainty, and I did read that it's already costing the UK a billion dollars a week. And then we've got the feds caution about the US economy. This dreaded yield curve inversion, which we'll talk about it in a minute. But what is the big picture looking like are we close to recession? I think that's an excellent question. And it is highly dependent on what a Konami you're talking about. Certainly if you look at some of the data coming out of Europe, especially if you look at places like Italy, we are seeing some some pretty nasty numbers that manufacturing print. We saw this morning that you referenced was was looking bad. It was definitely in contractionary territory. I think the question about the US economy is whether it follows the rest of the pack or whether it can hold its have had above water for now, we are seeing some strong numbers some weak numbers. It's really been a mixed bag, and it's hard to get a read this early. But I think definitely a lot of reasons for caution out there. And then I want to ask do, you agree with Neela that you think back to Brexit that it'll keep getting kicked down the road that they'll just be this kind of slow dribble of never actually happens. It absolutely. Looks to be that way. You know, we got this extension from the EU this week that really set up for I think extension down the road and potentially a much longer one because they basically have the option to take the deal that's on the table, a hard Brexit or of much longer extension. It seems like that third option is going to be the most likely out of those alternative they could just give up and stay in the house. To be on the table as well. It. I feel like that is starting to be on the table. How much do you think? How how real do you think that looks? I think it'll become increasingly more likely as time whereas on, but you know, uncertainty has been part of markets, your as you alluded to we've seen it across Europe here in the United States. What's remarkable is that stocks have climbed without a lot of volatility. So this is what's abnormal about this market is not uncertainty. It's the lack volatility in the market. And we're starting to see a little bit of that pickup today. Yeah. Go ahead. Sorry. What's been interesting is how much these markets are moving really on what the Federal Reserve is saying rather than on this underlying data and uncertainty that we're seeing it's gonna be interesting to see if that can persist. I'm so glad you brought up the fed because the other piece of news today, of course, as President Trump nominating Stephen Moore to serve on the federal Federal Reserve Board. I'll start with you Neela. What do we think about this? You know of all the pieces of news coming from the fact this week this one was a surprise in a different way less to do with the actual movements and signaling of the slowdown that more to do with the future of the fed itself. The future fed independence because Stephen Moore has been a critic of the fed one thing I'll just note as having spent some time as a as a graduate student at the fed of how democratic decision making processes and how varying views are valued as inputs to ultimate decisions. So while there may be a critic that joins the fed. I don't think it starts stops this deliberate to process making monetary policy. And then maybe about twenty seconds. She know what do you think? It's gonna be a really interesting thing to watch. Because Stephen Moore has historically been a critic of the fed has in the past called for faster rate hikes. Now is calling for slower rate hike seems to have gyrated with the political cycle. And as you were saying, I really think that this is going to be an important thing to watch. Because if you see any kind of politicization that's really dangerous for the central Bank. Oh, no. We didn't get to the yield curve inversion. Oh, well, thanks so much to the two of you. Thank you. One hundred dollars still I guess I do daily Richardson is an investment strategist at Edward Jones. Genus covers the economy for Bloomberg on Wall Street today. I mean, I already told you write what the Friday. We'll have the details when we do the numbers..
"neela richardson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Seven thirty PM in New York. I'm Ramy Inocencio. And I'm Doug krizner. We are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, we've got trading today in Seoul. And in Sydney, no trading in Tokyo for a holiday right now, the kospi is down about two tenths of one percent. And the ASX two hundred is better by about two tenths of one percent. A closer look at markets in a moment right now. This hour's top business stories, right? And it's gonna be a big week Doug for eco data coming out of China that includes numbers on trade on credit and on money supply. The numbers coming on trade will clearly closely watched to see if any exports dropped there. They did search earlier this year as companies advanced orders before Washington's tariffs on Chinese goods kicked in and staying in China for a moment, we were told that Apple's home pod will be available on Friday. That's according to the company's website local players like Shami and Alibaba currently dominate this market separately watch the iphone suppliers in Asian trading today. That's after the Wall Street Journal reported that apple is planning to release three new models this year. Yeah. Also, staying on its competitor. Actually Samsung is unveiling three new phones there. But in India to try to win back fans in the country. It's been losing market share to show me and others. The low price M series phones will launch February fifth the cheapest will run about one hundred forty bucks, and that's targeted toward millennials. And that group makes up a third of the country's one point three billion population. Meantime, China I'm sorry. Viacom is said to be discussing selling a majority stake in its Chinese business. More on that from Bloomberg Susanna Palmer, we're being told New York based Viacom has had talks with at least one Chinese entity and the discussions involved at the potential sale of a majority share in Viacom's channel brands like MTV, Nickelodeon. The move comes as the media conglomerate tries to scale operations after more than two decades of business in China. Viacom sold its majority stake in its Indian venture. Last year. Susanna Palmer, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. And we will continue to keep an eye on an Heiser Busch. Inbev shares did surge Friday in US on word that it's eyeing a five billion dollar Asian IPO. And this could help unlock value and pay down the company's debt, but Bloomberg's Lizzy forty eight says it could also help the world's largest brewer do more deals in Asia. A big consumer market for bear. Which is seen a shrinking in North America and Europe. So this gives them a chance to look at maybe some the local pros over that. And to try and grow the market share and Anheuser Busch inbev, by the way is already the largest foreign beermaker in China. We were speaking earlier about corporate earnings will be a big week for the US financials. We have more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. It'll be a busy week with plenty for traders and investors to keep an eye on lots of economic data. Several fed speakers trade tensions and earnings Neela Richardson is senior investment strategist at Edward Jones. We're seeing risk as fairly. Balanced, but it's important to remember that because valuations have come down there..
"neela richardson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Time is six oh eight and it's time now for a Bloomberg. Business minute, stocks rallied with the. NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred hitting new all time. Highs the Dow Jones industrials rose one, hundred thirty three points or half a percent the NASDAQ closed. Up sixty seven points or eight tenths percent the s. and p. five hundred gained eighteen or. Six tenths percent Neela Richardson Edward Jones tells Bloomberg the economy is in good shape with no downturn insight if you look at the second quarter you see a lot. Of strength. Over four percent GDP growth that's not Ostend Nicholas II there, that was business investment, that was a pot and consumer spending, the fundamentals in the economy very strong and Richardson says corporate earnings have been solid for two quarters in a row demand for expensive manufactured products declined more than expected. Last month the, Commerce Department reports orders for durable goods fell one point seven percent in July but a component of the, durables, report the tracks business investment Posted a bigger than expected gain I'm Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty and WBZ news time is six oh nine we have sixty three degrees and clear skies. In Boston right now in remember when you're away from your. Radio you can listen to WBZ on the iheartradio app Elon Musk. Says investors, convinced him tesla should. Stay public AP correspondent Mike Rossier has the latest test. Liberal remain on the public stock markets, Tesla's CEO Elon Musk released a statement late Friday saying investors. Convinced him he should not take the company private in the statement musk said the feedback he received included institutional investors saying they have internal rules limiting how much they can sink into a private company on August seventh musk posted on Twitter that he was considering. Taking tesla. Private musk says he met with Tesla's board Thursday to tell, them he wants the, company to stay public and the board, agreed I Mike Rossio French Open officials say no catsuit for Serena Williams the international tennis tournament is. Imposing limitations. On what players can wear which is nothing new to the sport remember Wimbledon players have to wear white as, a time honored tradition Williams had planned on wearing. The suit saying, the outfit was. For moms who had a tough. Pregnancy and it represented the need to look fierce reports say Williams also. Wore the suit to, help with blood, clots something, she's faced in the. Past the tennis star has not yet responded to the. News WBZ news time. Is six ten Republican congressman Duncan Hunter defends himself publicly, against federal campaign finance abuse charges while speaking to Fox News about the allegations he and his wife misused campaign funds ABC's Linsey. Davis says hunter is blaming his wife battle congressman Duncan Hunter appearing to implicate his wife as the marine vet attempts to defend himself against Al Gatien's at. Both used a quarter of a million dollars in campaign money to pay for personal expenses what I. Went to Iraq in two thousand and three of the first time I gave her power of attorney and she had. My finances throughout my entire military career and that considered on when, I got into congress prosecutors say at. One point the lawmaker staff warned him about his wife Margaret's improper use of campaign funds but hunter lashed out accusing his staff of disloyalty hunter also defended some of the spending saying trips paid for with. Campaign funds, were for fundraising WBZ news time is six eleven and it's. Time now for sports Charlie brazier. On in the as hticket dot com sports studio good. Morning Chuck good morning Arthur, Red Sox, have dropped four of their last six games opening, a weekend series. In Tampa last night on the short end, of a ten three decision this one. Was settled early raise scored eight times in the first three innings off SOX starting pitcher Hector Velazquez and then got two more drew Pomeranz and the fourth To lead ten to at the time although the Red, Sox did have their chances I think we had thirteen hits three runs that's usually doesn't happen with us. So, we usually put more, runs in that with that many hits just. One of those games the Red, Sox Andrew Benintendi Red Sox stranded eleven runners in, Baltimore Yankees went extras beat the birds seven five and ten Red Sox leave New York by. Eight and a half games, the, Red Sox have thirty two games to go in the regular season preseason football last. Night and. Carolina Panthers, never. Trailed in. A twenty five fourteen win over the patriots the pats first team offense managing just one field goal wide receiver Julian element working his way back, from last. Season's ACL injury three catches.
"neela richardson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Though eighty, seven the high eyewitness weather, updates eight times every hour on KYW NewsRadio a plan to tack a five cent fee on single use plastic bags in New Jersey could well be replaced with an outright ban KYW's David Madden reports Middlesex County state. Senator Bob Smith said the fee. Bill now sitting on. Governor Phil Murphy's desk won't be sitting there much. Longer the governor's office called to indicate that he intended to veto the Bill early this week coming environmentalists have been pushing a plan to prohibit the bags and other plastic and styrofoam. Products there's scientific evidence that those disposable items at degraded to micro fibers in the water supply that are becoming a public health risk Smith has a Bill under consideration to not only ban the. Plan Sticks but the place a small paper bags hoping to encourage use of reusable bags that he hopes will be. Voted on by year's. End David Madden KYW NewsRadio, now time for the KYW business. Report here's Jeff. Bellinger of, Bloomberg business stocks rallied with, the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred hitting new all time highs the Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred thirty three points or half a percent the NASDAQ closed up sixty seven. Points or eight tenths percent the s.. And p. five hundred gained eighteen. Or six tenths percent. Neela Richardson Edward Jones tells Bloomberg the economy is. In good shape with no downturn insight if you look at the second quarter you see a lot of strength over four percent GDP growth that's not stimulus either that was business investment. That was a pop in consumer spending to fundamentals in the economy very strong and Richardson says corporate earnings have been solid for two quarters in a row demand for expensive manufactured products declined more Than expected last month the Commerce Department reports orders for durable goods fell one point seven percent. In July but a component of the durables report the tracks. Business investment posted a bigger than expected gain I'm Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg business for KYW NewsRadio business reports at twenty five and fifty five after every hour a judge in Louisiana has ordered the Catholic. Church to let to students return to school while they fight. A policy that bans their hairstyle the school only allow students to. Wear their, own natural hair two. Girls are suing saying the policy that banned extensions in. Their hair is discriminatory because they're black, they're back in school at least for now right, now this. Is just a temporary injunction within usually a week to two weeks a hearing conducted professor dancy Alino says an order for. The plane to get a permanent injunction against Christ the king parish Catholic school they'll have to prove that the policy Was targeting them because of their race Dave. Cohen for CBS news New Orleans hoping to keep football fans from leaving the game early the whizzy and, a state university this fall, will be selling beer inside tiger stadium But there's a catch the southeastern conference doesn't allow beer in. The stands, at football, games so any beer button tiger stadium's new sports bar must be consumed there and in a. Stadium that seats more than one hundred. Thousand the bars capacity is, around twelve hundred still Baton Rouge sports writer Scott rabble. As as LSU is hoping this. Will hold fans interested the, way to. Keep, people more engaged that's a big part. Of the. Game the experience with empty says it's not uncommon to, see fans streaming out by halftime unless the game is really close Chris Miller for..
"neela richardson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"That we've. Ever been in, a hurricane who mayor Kurt called will set lane may grant her wish it, has a lot of moisture in it in it. It still could pack. A lot of punch in terms of, rain and storm surge, and that would be a major impact to the city and county of Honolulu where a million people live. Emergency management, spokesman Richard reposes have Maui is battling brushfire evacuated one hotel because of smoke. It's kind of ironic that here we are waiting waiting for all of this rain and they have a fire burning to in Honolulu but Butler KCBS and again hurricane lane no Mori it is now a tropical. Storm as it continues to move near those Hawaiian islands meanwhile scores travelers. Are still trying to get off the island's KCBS reporter Holly Kwan is. That SFO with frustrating tale of one Marin family that they found. The Aloha spirit dissolving into? An endless This waiting, game seventy, and Chris. Arrived on Oahu Saturday for an eight-day vacation when they heard a hurricane was coming. We tried to fly out the last two days everything's been booked solid, I kept hitting me freshman treasury fast she kept calling Hawaiian airlines they would like not even talk to you hang up Paul forever we didn't want to leave. There's coming so plans change and so, it's just, everything's been, hard he's a paramedic, she's a doctor but when they. Offered their services out of the hotel they were? Told, oh don't worry if we need help we'll just call nine one, one, they moved all of the food service until. Like a bomb room so I was going to be like you know conference food we're the. Four seasons no restaurants or kids, activities open so why would they want to ride it out finally they hopped a flight of Phoenix that had a stopover at. SF oh where they deplaned hoping their, luggage would follow maybe with all our wildfires and. Earthquakes were more disaster. Prepared at least mentally than other cities. But they said in an. Emergency there's a difference between being laid back and lackadaisical Playbook they weren't they, were not, ready to, play professionally at SF oh hall Lequan KCBS this weekend dozens. Of people. Interested in teaching as a. Profession are expected to come. To San Jose you CBS's Matt big. The reports the, recruitment event comes, as many school districts continue to experience teacher shortages while, every classroom here, in, Santa Clara county had a teacher. Some students started the year with. A certified sub those are people who have gotten a credential to. Be able to substitute but some of, our schools, may not, have a certified permanent, teacher in place Peter Daniels the. County office of education says they are finding that? The, high cost of living in the bay area makes it very difficult, for, teachers to survive here but he says there. Are other benefits that anyone interested in teaching should consider while salaries may not be comparable to. You know other industries the benefits, of teaching your health and retirement are quite strong Education. Is one, of the few areas that still offer a pension benefits will be highlighted at a step into teaching event here in San Jose this weekend the one day, program connects people interested in education with specialists in credentialing and financial aid nationwide the teacher shortage is expected to be, some sixty, thousand educators, by the year twenty twenty in San Jose Matt Bigler KCBS Twenty watch KCBS news time eight twenty five stocks. Rallied with the NASDAQ and the s&p, five hundred hitting new all time highs the Dow Jones industrials. Rose one hundred thirty three points or half a percent the NASDAQ closed up sixty seven points or eight tenths percent the s. and p. five hundred gained eighteen or six tenths percent Neela Richardson Edward Jones tells Bloomberg the economy is in good shape. With no. Downturn insight if you look at the second quarter you see, a lot of strength, over four percent GDP growth that's not, Austerlitz either that was business investment that was a pop. And consumer spending to fundamentals in the economy very strong and Richardson says corporate earnings have been solid for two quarters in a row demand for. Expensive manufactured. Products declined more than expected last month the Commerce Department reports orders for durable goods fell. One. Point seven percent in July but a component of the durables report the tracks business investment posted a bigger, than expected gain Jeff. Bellinger Bloomberg, radio and this news. Coming in from Detroit this e o Elon Musk says. Tesla will remain a public company shareholders, recommended against going private and now page from the diary of. Flo dear diary the ghost is back this house is protected through progressive but that doesn't mean it's not haunted how else. Would you explain that.
"neela richardson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Eight forty w. h. a.. AS Louisville. An iheartradio, station From ABC news. John Davidson may quit dramatic change in, just the. Past hour or so on. The Hawaiian island Maui were ABC's GIO Benitez is and where this, wind is reporting conditions are improving and is now, downgraded to a tropical storm after more. Than thirty inches of rain from hurricane blame Anita, says the sun is out there's almost no wind ABC news meteorologist Melissa Griffin we're expecting that. West return. It's a pretty hard left her in that it's going. To make which is really good news because without that turn, it would easily make landfall in Ohio, so it's, continuing to move due north right now heavy rain bands continue. To last some of the Hawaiian islands. Sources close to the New York federal investigation say these longtime chief financial officer. Of the Trump organization Ellen Weisselberg is granted immunity from prosecution and turning over documents giving. Testimony. All about former Trump lawyer Michael Collins hush money payments to two women alleging affairs with Mr. Trump ABC news chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas To court documents the company accounted for. These payments as, legal expenses and truth and in fact the monthly invoices Coen submitted were. Not in connection to any legal service. He had provided in two thousand seventeen they were, for that hush payment before the election pointing a finger at somebody. Really close to home this, California Republican congressman says ABC's Linsey Davis embattled congressman Duncan Hunter appearing to implicate his wife as the marine vet attempts to defend himself against allegations that both used a quarter of a million dollars in. Campaign money to pay for personal expenses what I went to Iraq in two thousand and three of the first, time I gave her power of attorney and she got on my finances throughout my military career and that considered. On when I got in, the congress prosecutors say at one point the. Lawmakers staff warned him about his, wife Margaret's improper use of campaign funds but hunter, lashed out accusing his staff of disloyalty Senator John McCain will no longer get medical. Treatment for brain cancer says. His family you're listening to ABC. News this, is a Bloomberg market minute SOX rallied with the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred hitting new. All time highs the Dow Jones industrials. Rose one hundred thirty three points or half a, percent the NASDAQ closed up sixty seven points or eight tenths percent. The s. and p. five, hundred gained eighteen or six tenths percent Neela Richardson Edward Jones tells Bloomberg the economy is in good shape with no downturn incite if you look at the second quarter you see a lot of strength. Over four percent GDP growth that's not Austerlitz side there that was business investment that was a pop and consumer, spending it's a fundamentals in the economy very strong and Richardson says corporate earnings have been solid for two quarters. In a row demand for, expensive manufactured products declined more than expected last. Month the Commerce Department reports orders, for durable goods fell one point seven percent in, July but a component of the durables report the tracks business investment posted a bigger. Than expected gain Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg radio Louisville dot com presents The world's worst boss, the one who posts, jobs on huge national job sites looking, for anyone with a pulse we'll just call him Dave, and accepting. The award, for his department. Is.
"neela richardson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Of business suburban Cadillac Troy business desk and Jeff. Bellinger Bloomberg business report stocks rallied with, the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred hitting new all time. Highs the Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred thirty three points or half a percent the. NASDAQ closed up sixty seven points or eight tenths percent the s. and p. five hundred gained eighteen or six tenths percent Neela Richardson of Edward Jones tells Bloomberg the economy is in good shape with no downturn insight if you look at the second quarter, you see a lot of strength over four percent GDP growth that's not Ostend nNcholas either that was business investment. That was a pot and consumer spending it's a fundamental in the economy very strong and Richardson, says corporate earnings have been solid for two quarter In a row demand for expensive manufactured products declined more than expected. Last month the Commerce, Department reports orders for durable. Goods fell one point seven percent in July but a component of the, durables report the, tracks business investment posted a bigger than expected gain, I'm Jeff, Bellinger with the Bloomberg business report. On w. w j NewsRadio nine fifty and lottery numbers on w. w j the midday daily three six three zero the daily four two three four four mega millions jackpot one. Hundred eighteen million and the Powerball at seventy million look at. Traffic and weather yeah we sorta stopped paying attention and racked up. A lot of yeah it was stressful. He blamed me for my credit card debt and I. Blamed him for building that man cave, it's awesome anyway we stopped blame each other dinner homework and..
"neela richardson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Closure northbound eight eighty shut down you'll be, diverted at ninety two south eight, eighty close you'll be diverted off at Winton because of this big rig that leaks them has met on the eastbound Winton on. Ramp to south eight, eighty, this all started about. Twelve thirty this afternoon which is why the. Alternates are so bad I'm so sorry if you're stuck with this the Hayward schools aren't back, in but some of. The Catholic schools are and how frustrating it just trying to get to where you need to go this afternoon give them a call Nick have them. Call me I'll tell him that you were stuck, there let's move over to some problems on two eighty on the peninsula with our Chilton auto body collision and Mike Tracy this is a crash with a couple of vehicles and bus involved even though, it's, off to the center divide area as you move through south. City this north two eighty between Hickey and Serra Monte but the fire department as first responders blocking the. Left lane right now we really have, been watching the backup grow Almost back. Already to three eighty in San Bruno real vista some big delays northbound one sixty or how, we won sixty Sherman. Island an accident causing huge delays northbound sixty backed up across the Antioch bridge your next update three twenty eight on the traffic KCBS now the Manzini. Sleepworld six day forecast a huge savings at Manzini, Sleepworld Labor Day sixty five percent off mattress sale visit Sleepworld dot com, we are looking at hazy sunshine yet again Those temperatures mostly in the mid sixties to the mid seventy s a little bit warmer today but not much looks like, we'll, be, hard pressed to get out of the seventies before. The day is out tonight look for mostly cloudy skies at the. Coast in bay partly cloudy inland tomorrow a little bit warmer but, Sunday back to the same temperature. Range that we're seeing today and from there the cooling trend continues Monday through Wednesday temperatures again stuck into a stock mostly in the sixties and seventies we have traffic. And weather together on the eighths on all news one six nine. And AM seven forty KCBS three twenty. One that's bringing a little bit more on that, to situation in Hayward we've been talking a lot about the traffic implications which are huge but, there's also a. Safety issue there is a shelter in place. Because there is. A vapor plume from the acid spill. Up to three hundred gallons of acid could have leaked out of this tanker the plume is blowing southeast from Whitten, avenue off ramp at. Eighty so here's the shelter in place parameters Jackson street to the south Whitton avid into the north Amador street to the east. And I eighty to the west and Shirley has been, telling us there is no ETA from when, this spill is going to be cleaned up and those freeway lanes. Are going to, be reopened right here this is the best. To, stay tuned in other news who's after state lawmakers want to learn more about the role that the internet and data service, providers, play, in the work that first responders do here in. California KCBS Melissa call Ross reports that the this comes after the. Santa Clara county fire departments claim that Verizon wireless choke the agency's, data speeds well firefighters were battling. The Mendocino complex fire last month came to light the work of first responders has evolved to include and depend upon the internet and wireless access Santa Clara county fire. Chief Tony Bowden responders rely on mobile wireless connectivity to communicate resource. Status complete orders provide critical incident information And develop. Into action plans horizon wireless significantly slowed down, data speeds for the Santa Clara county fire department last month as firefighters battled the. Mendocino complex fire lawmakers in Sacramento held a hearing on the situation Friday to learn more about what happened Dave Hickey with Verizon says the data choking with a mistake that the company takes full responsibility for. We've taken steps to move for removed speak capping from first responder lines this week which is great for people that are fighting the fires and other incidences that are happening Hawaii Hickey says the company also has created a new plan for California first responders at no extra cost that will not have a data cap Melissa call Ross KCBS day comes tomorrow. But, today was the birthday for c. p. m. c. mission burner a. Hospital known to generations of San Francisco's San Franciscans a Saint Luke's KCBS has gentle lane reports, from the new facility have, to, look out the windows because of course are expected mothers get, the best, view in house tours The new mission, burner hospital begin at the top the seventh, floor in birthing suites overlooking Nowy valley medical director Dr Anna Altschuler make it to deliver. The. First baby, here I will be working tomorrow I'll be on LeBron delivery so I'll be the first doctor on LeBron delivery providing care just. Really exciting California Pacific medical center administrators, like CEO Dr Warren Browner and elected leaders including assemblyman David Chiu negotiated for years to find a way to, keep a, modern hospital. Serving the southeast quadrant of San Francisco they likened today's ribbon cutting to a birth the hospital itself had, a station. That can only be described as elephant time When we knew about the state law that required, a seismic retrofit I think many of us. Wondered if this day whatever happens Saint. Luke's first opened its doors in eighteen seventy one CPM c. mission Burnell opens nearly one hundred fifty years later in. San Francisco gentleman KCBS portion of our sponsored. By hansonmcclain advisors looking for useful information about retirement go to hansonmcclain dot com Bellinger Tex Mex the KCBS super micro Intel money stocks. Rallied with the NASDAQ and the s&p, five hundred hitting new all time highs the Dow, Jones industrials. Rose one hundred thirty three points or half a percent the NASDAQ closed up sixty seven. Points or eight tenths percent the, s. and p. five hundred gained eighteen or six tenths percent Neela Richardson Edward Jones tells Bloomberg the economy is in good shape with no. Downturn insight. If he look at the second quarter you see a lot, of strength over four, percent GDP growth that's not all stimulus, either that was business investment that was a pot. Thing consumer spending it's a fundamental in the economy very strong and. Richardson says corporate earnings have been solid for two quarters in a row demand for expensive manufactured products declined more than expected last month. The Commerce Department reports orders for durable goods fell one point. Seven, percent in July but a component of the durables report the tracks business investment, posted a bigger than expected Gain Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg radio Hey it's flow with. A super weird word nightgown if he asked me.
"neela richardson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Took the wraps, off, the, car during an event. In California and other regular version of the Toronto electric car will go into production next month it is unknown win or if the PB eighteen will ever be available but it's fun to think. About in fannin county, state's first new lake in thirty years we'll have a name with some meaning, the new lake in Bonham will be named Bodnar lake the new lake is a North Texas municipal water district project and the district wanted. To call it the. North Texas municipal lake well, that didn't. Sit well with many people in fannin county so, they started a petition demanding name-change they wanted bow because they say it. Represents the area, and means something to the people there the league is. Still being filled in that should take a few more years but, once full the lake. Will start supplying water to more than eighty communities in North Texas Susan Darwin NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD Four twenty four. Let's check your money stocks rallied with the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred hitting new all time highs the. Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred thirty three. Points or half a percent the NASDAQ closed up sixty seven points or. Eight tenths percent the s. and p. five hundred gained eighteen or six tenths percent Neela. Richardson Edward Jones tells Bloomberg the economy. Is in good shape with no downturn insight he look. At the second quarter you see a lot of strength over four percent GDP growth that's not stimulus either that was business investment. That, was a pot and consumer spending to fundamentals in the. Economy very strong and Richardson says corporate. Earnings have been solid for two quarters in a row demand for expensive manufactured products declined more. Than expected last month the Commerce Department reports orders for durable goods fell one. Point seven percent in July but a component of the durables report the tracks business investment posted, a, bigger, than expected gain I'm Jeff Bellinger with Bloomberg business on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD, tell you why a, Johnson county sheriff's deputy locked up the, safter now that's after the update.
"neela richardson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Traffic at KCBS George Rask is here with an update on the situation on eight eighty in Hayward hazardous material spill has shut down the southbound lanes of the Nimitz freeway that's, right the freeway is closed southbound and while no lanes are yet reported blocked on the northbound side of the freeway traffic, is already backed up into union city. On the northbound side the southbound backup which now reaches to marina boulevard in, San Leandro is also affecting the. Northbound ride on to thirty, eight which is backed up into Castro valley north six eighty is jammed up as well heading up before south mission boulevard and there are problems in Marin but. Before we get there let's check out your delays in the Altima pass from KCBS institu- Mike. Tracy with a couple of things early here on a. Friday afternoon during the lanes earlier now we have fruit across all lanes of traffic on east. Five eighty right before grant line that's why it is already slammed out of east Livermore From just east of Vasko. Road all the way up and over the hill heading to Tracy in Marin and. Accident on one zero one northbound at the five eighty interchange it's starting. To slow. The ride from larks per and then heading eastbound on the Richmond bridge it may have been because of problems at the toll plaza on the westbound side that created a visual, hazard but traffic is backed up nearly to the West End of the bridge heading eastbound again Richmond British back toward Richmond, and the Eastshore freeway jammed up in. Both directions between university and the maze northbound thirteen backed up to Montclair eastbound, twenty four slows through rock ridge. To the call to cut, next update one fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS forecast now with Iran for joining us from the KPI x five weather center everybody inland areas at least. You don't have the heat to go along with that Hayes upper seventies low eighties for afternoon. Highs around the bay upper sixties and for the coast Upper fifties over our about five to ten degrees below normal today but unfortunately that? Smoke, in the sky doesn't really. Allow you to spend too much time outdoors if your eyes and lungs are certainly feeling it you'll want to stay inside tomorrow temperatures will be a little bit warmer air quality should improve through the weekend next week it should clear on up by Sunday we'll see temperatures dropped slightly. As we begin a cooling trend on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday mid to upper seventies that includes. The hottest locations across the bay area so it should be pretty nice out there and also we'll get that, onshore breeze which should contribute to clearing things up a bit next week we've got traffic, and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one fifty two it's time now for our tech watch report with CNN executive editor Ian sure who joins. Us on the KCBS ring central Newsline so we're getting a look inside the team that is fighting fake, news on Facebook. In what can. You tell us yeah it's a really interesting story we have unseen where. We got to talk to a number of people who are in charge of the team Team that are really trying to deal with this stuff One of the interesting, aspects of it is that the leaders are all female which is a pretty good thing when you consider. Silicon Valley in general struggles with diversity on their staffs but one of the other things that I thought was really interesting is that there's a lot of detail in this story about just kind of how they are trying to fight fake news which. Is by changing the way, that it's organized on Facebook, so when you're on Facebook you're looking through the feed they tried to quote unquote downright rank or make the bad stories kind of show. Up less often than the proven to be true stories and. It's an interesting issue because they have to. Deal with they don't wanna be the arbiters of truth but. At the same time they, don't wanna send around wise it's a very hard job and I think we do. A pretty good job of encapsulating how hard that is we. Also understand there's been another major data breach this time it? Was. With t. mobile what happened and who's being impacted yeah so t mobile. Said that a hackers broke into their systems on Monday so not even a week ago And we're able, to steal names feeling codes phone numbers Email addresses account numbers and other information about two million users so. That's about three percent of t. Mobile's overall user base they claim that credit card so sukey numbers and possibly passwords weren't accessed but if you're a t. mobile customer Faustina nets advice reset your password make sure you use a different password on every. Website you go to all, right and finally man's best, friend is going digital but it's not exactly going to be cheap cheap rather is so what does this robo doggie and what does it. Do yeah it's it's called I it's by Sony it's about. Three thousand dollars twenty nine hundred and what. It is is it supposed to be around the clock companion. You know we've got the, baby boomer generation getting older and we're starting to find that one of the biggest. Problems is actually taking care of people and having someone there. All the time in robot companions increasingly are becoming one of? Those. Things people were exploring so this is an interesting idea Sony's been selling. It for quite a while this Supposed to be even more advanced in, act more, like a puppy so, it'll be interesting to see whether people. Like it right Anne thank you very much as always that. Scene that executive editor insure. And our tech watch report airs weekdays at. One fifty on KCBS we are back to the KCBS, super micro Intel, money desk for money walked with Jeff Bellinger stocks rallied with the NASDAQ. And the. S&p five, hundred hitting new all time highs, Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred thirty three, points, or half. A percent the NASDAQ closed up sixty seven points or eight? Tenths, percent the s. and, p. five hundred, gained eighteen or six tenths percent Neela Richardson. Of Edward Jones tells. Bloomberg the economy is in good shape with no? Downturn insight, if you look at the second quarter you, see a lot of strength over four percent GDP growth that's not all stimulus either that was business investment that was a pot and consumer spending it's a fundamental and the economy very strong and Richardson says. Corporate earnings have been solid for. Two quarters in a row demand for expensive. Manufacture Richard products declined more than expected last month the Commerce Department. Reports orders for durable goods fell one point seven percent in July but a component of the durables report..
T-Mobile discloses data breach of consumer information
"We. Also understand there's been another major data breach this time it? Was. With t. mobile what happened and who's being impacted yeah so t mobile. Said that a hackers broke into their systems on Monday so not even a week ago And we're able, to steal names feeling codes phone numbers Email addresses account numbers and other information about two million users so. That's about three percent of t. Mobile's overall user base they claim that credit card so sukey numbers and possibly passwords weren't accessed but if you're a t. mobile customer Faustina nets advice reset your password make sure you use a different password on every.
"neela richardson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Mobile business news twenty four hours a day half bloomberg dot com the radioplus mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash bloomberg world headquarters i'm charlie pellett the dow the sp nasdaq all pulling back on this friday stocks ending a turbulent week with a deep selloff leaving stocks lower for the five days as the white house late his trade luster rattles global financial markets s and p five hundred index at the close down fifty eight of dropped their of two point two percent the dow down five hundred seventy two points a drop of two point three percent nasdaq down one hundred and sixty one a drop their of two point three percent tenure of sixteen thirty seconds yield two point seven seven percent gold up five tenths of one percent thirteen thirty three ounce west texas intermediate crude moving below sixty two dollars a barrel sixty one ninetysix right now on wti dropped air of two and a half percent so again recapping the numbers after a turbulent week snp down fifty eight down two point two percent the dow down two point three percent nasdaq down two point three percent as well i'm charlie pelletan that is a bloomberg business flash this is your bloomberg real estate report brought to you by national mortgage lender quicken loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently we all know all cash offers are king when it comes to winning a bidding war on a property but even those who need a mortgage can put themselves in a winning position one thing you want to do as a fire is to make sure that you're fully underwritten by the bank neela richardson is chief economist at red fin but a lot of buyers do they make a mistake and they just settle for pre approval but they haven't done the actual underwriting stage that's what takes time and that time can actually make you lose a deal so you wanna make sure you're fully underwritten so the all that's left for the thing to do is to write the final sales price amount gives ehlers the assurance that this deal is ready in richardson says waving the financing contingency is another way to convince a seller to accept your offer and that's your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini this is bloomberg markets with carol massar on bloomberg radio.
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"He's out the former number two man at the fbi andrew mccabe has been fired the attorney general jeff sessions made the call late tonight the action comes to as before mccabe turns fifty and would have been eligible for early retirement benefits he was accused of misleading investigators he says that is wrong lots of white house push back today to the many reports that some staffers including the chief of staff in the national security adviser as well some cabinet secretaries are heading out the door chief of staff john kelly told many top staffers they are safe for now he didn't think it was life or death but a state of florida engineer did express concern about cracks he saw on that pedestrian bridge that collapsed yesterday the florida state department of transportation says the engineer left a voice mail to a colleague on tuesday but it wasn't hurt until today because that worker was out of the office we'd while the hunt continues for more victims believed to be under the rebel the confirmed death tolls six i'm rich johnson and i'm charlie pellett at bloomberg world headquarters a down week up friday stocks closed higher for the first time all week as traders digested positive factory output and consumer sentiment reports ahead of next week's federal reserve meeting the s and p five hundred index broke out of the longest slump of the year led by energy stocks is texas crude oil spiked above sixty two dollars a barrel investors are also keeping an eye on washington mark avalon is the president of potomac wealth advisors donald trump is new phenomenon and he's adding so much uncertainty and so much change that this side show could actually start to cause some concern at some point and lots of economic data housing starts are down but not out with more here's bloomberg's vinny del jude is blame it on the reversal in apartment construction which cast a shadow on rising single family projects housing starts dropped seven percent in february to a one point two four million pace they roy oh some on thoroughly or three or four regions posted declines last month only the mid west saw gain at the same time housing completions nationwide roasted the highest in ten years vinny del giudice bloomberg radio reaction from neela richardson chief economist at redfin there is a little bit of.
"neela richardson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg market minute it wasn't necessarily economic data that sent the dow in s p two new record closes again the dow up one hundred nineteen points a half percent to just short of 24 505 the sp rose four to 26 sixty four a gain of a little more than a tenth of a percent the nasdaq fell two tenths of a percent down thirteen is tech stocks pulled back some strategists saying investors are rotating out of the sector and cashing in on its gains as the year ends boeing added to the dow's lived on its announcement of increased dividends at a stock buyback banks and financials gained two bob manning of morgan stanley says that's a bed on what happens at this month's federal reserve policy meeting marked on hold waiting for the fed and obviously the market it is expecting a rate hike europe's largest commercial landlord is buying of shopping malls the company is both australiabased westfield it owns about three dozen malls in the us and the uk i'm joan doniger bloomberg radio this is your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini the gop tax overhaul could help boost the moving business neela richardson chief economist at redfin says if state and local tax deductions are eliminated a third of homeowners surveyed say they move to another state or hyde park crank qanyare thinker a farallon homebuyer they've wealthy and and and we can but they get going it encompassed by a trend we've been seeing for the past couple years now which is people in on eastern with coastal housing market moving inland defined cheaper housing get more bang bang for the buck read said migration data ready shows people are looking to leave coastal metros for midtier cities like sacramento phoenix in atlanta but richardson says it is also possible the gop tech's overhaul could help some upscale housing markets even in hightech states and i'll have more on that coming up tomorrow and that's your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini reggie cod as dean of the martin tuchman school of management at njit new jersey institute of technology he calls njit is management program business with the power of.
"neela richardson" Discussed on KCRW
"The economic implications of all that shopping that's happening this weekend a little later in the show first let's look back at the big economic stories of the week with neela richardson chief economist at redfin high mula hi molly high so this is being described as a makeorbreak week for the gop tax plan it there was a business inside story this week that said it had gotten a triple whammy of bad reviews cuts that would primarily benefit the rich fifty percent of americans will see tax increases by 2020 seven economists agree it'll explode the debt and the deficit what's up here and you know what's remarkable about all this critiques is that many of them just fall rate within the gop ledell on what's happening know outside the dea he with the democrats in the american people rate so it tell once in a generation tax overhaul and yet it's not living up to that right now i we still have many concerns about this tax plan in part of the reason is it wasn't widely shared or shop this is something that has a self imposed deadline the senate and the house wanna get a gop tax plan passed by the end of the year and so there were no big studies there was no up pre ing or marketing of this plan at was at a wholesale shift without any kind of sales pitch and whenever you do that when you are trying to make a big change uh you do so at your own risk because you can't bring the american people along with you to the pa final plan well and it's ironic because the way that you have described that sounds like the way that republicans for years described the obama care process and now this tax bill would itself repeal the individual mandate and kind of comment obamacare from uh sort of a side door frame ray one one of the.