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Fed Adjusts Money-Market Lending Facility to Include Municipal Debt
"Flash John yes a breaking news is the federal reserve atop that white horse at least of the fed just announcing it's expanding its money market facility to include some municipal debt we've heard how the market's been getting pounded all right now as far as stocks and they are gaining across the board right now seeing a rally down Jones industrial average two percent higher up four hundred two points the S. and P. five hundred up one point six percent that's a thirty eight out of thirty eight point rise the nasdaq composite index tech heavy nasdaq up two point six percent as investors picking up cheap shares of some of the technology company's right now S. and P. five hundred headed for its first two day advance since mid February earlier we have the fed courting action with global central banks to beef up the swap line arrangements the dollar liquidity swap lines and as far as trading a lot of volume trading almost double the thirty day average for this time of day in part because it's quadruple witching day want to get the expiration of any number of contracts we have the ten year yield right now below one percent right now at the point nine eight percent that is down fifteen basis points as we get a bit bigger to the benchmark ten year note one at eleven thirty seconds we're also looking at the dollar the ex White dollar index that is down right now eight tenths of a percent snapping this eight day streak of but dollar strength crude oil Brent crude the international benchmark at twenty seven ninety eight that is down one point seven percent by MEG screw this is West Texas down almost four percent were twenty four twenty two a
How the coronavirus is affecting the global economy
"You know the real big moves in the market of late have come not from trade but from the corona virus and that is certainly the story today given that tech giant apple says it won't meet its quarterly guidance because of the spread of the virus and is still concerned about uncertainties going forward the the the problem of course is for apple's supply chain many manufacturers see that but also for demand so it's kind of hit on both sides joining in one studio talk a little bit more about this is William Hobbs he's a CIO at Barclays wealth and investments well thanks for coming in you know a lot there was good there's always been concerned about this buyers the spread of the virus whether or not turns into a pandemic but you can see that the markets concerned it's been capped by the continuation of the by the drips dip strategy and rallies back to record highs is that gonna change as this dragged out and longer and longer and continues to hit supply chains and demand yeah great question I'm just on your reducing the working days we cut so study the other day I see that the three day week in the U. K. productivity didn't actually suffered that much so it's not I've actually seen those studies as well if you work if yet they're shorter amount of time at work you're willing to work hard the question is how long does that affect last sustain yeah but I still think we should try it yeah I definitely think you should try but anyway yes Sir about your question I guess the problems we've got at the moment that many because we are fumbling around the dog more than usual in times of the outlook for the economy the data we're going to get over the next couple of months is not gonna leave us much the wisest of people trying to look at this high frequency data on China on everything from you know add quality to you know hotel ref powerless gonna stuff and it's telling us that activity is it pretty much full and how often many of the sectors on operating yeah it's stabilized a bit but it has fallen a long way from its usual seasonal levels now that you're looking and then you're looking not just at the activity level of dental so you're looking at the sort of ripples up the supply chain which is saying from apple and I think the the interesting thing from stock market so far is that they seem to be looking for you to the other side of the split which is really what most economists are saying look you know look back at previous episodes and it's something that's temporary but you know you've regained all of the activity later on I guess that is the bond market is looking at a slightly different way so yields a still a long way south of where they want to begin with so that thirty year yield the long bond dip below two percent again today it's amazing as yet for the first time since I things timbre of that last year one point nine eight percent is what you get for letting your money the government the US government for thirty years mazing when you don't get much more than that for London to the Greek government for ten years said I mean I mean if the if the yield story is really incredible and that's not the dot for safety obviously but if you look at the safe haven yields around the well they really indicate that there is a bit of a different narrative going on in stock and bond markets potentially one five on the ten year and if you look at other although it and you know people piled into the and I guess a dollar is considered a safe haven as well yeah right now you've got gold at fifteen sixty about a Troy ounce big coin at ten thousand if you think of that as a safe haven hi I would think of that as the office I guess you might want to you want what might want to visit the doctor if if you look at the and I am by the way to your point I spoke with the CEO intercontinental hotels group today and he said look in the past we were had been hit by these epidemics stars for example they have huge exposure to Asia but we bounce back immediately after and I can understand in the hospitality that makes sense but in manufacturing it must be more difficult because your supply chains have to take a while a restart yeah I mean that's the thing and one of the big questions I think that we have at the moment right in this is not just this but all the other factors going on is people gonna get increasingly think about the length of their supply chains as environmental factors to think about the increasing heat that long range shipping is gonna gas over the next few years the regular tree aspect as well you may find that this is part of the sort of straw that breaks the camel's back on units on these longer term you know these longer supply chains but in the short run you know you're really looking for why the tension is where the infantry's alive and and hello that is in tech land you tend to find the autos have slightly higher in the trees of the managing to buy just a little bit more so far providing it is a temporary hit but not exactly so I mean that's the uncertainty could this be the straw that breaks the camel's back on the economic cycle the economic cycle on the long bull market yeah and I think that is that is definitely worth considering you know because always in these situations is called Tenno with great confidence how confidence is going to invite evolve and this could unite and alongside the chunk being taken by the U. S. Q. one G. D. P. by Boeing I love along with a few other factors besides you may find that this is the thing all suspicion is no you know the resilience of things like the US consumer and about about consumption so there's a bit of faith the the cycle can roll on but you know you gotta you gotta have these
"nine eight percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"It's hard for today's car courageous moment and this is something that is a bit of a stunner it's just been published in the journal nature communications it was research done by scientists at the university in London and a university in Belgium and they have they have proven that when you take an anonymous survey or somebody says the information being collected about you will be anonymized meaning that it will not be identifiable to you it turns out that is not true at all they were able to prove definitively there with certainty of ninety nine point nine eight percent your anonymity can be breached so I have had a practice over the years bad I do not fill out employee surveys because even though a company will tell you they're anonymous they're not if you participate in something that is medical survey or anything like that they're told the information being collected will be completely anonymous they may intend for it to be but the results may be very very different so the researchers published the code that is used to hi de anonymize data and why would they do that because they want people to be aware and they want organizations.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
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David Johnson, Comerica and Smithfield Foods discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
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Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg, Bloomberg and CBS discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Nineteen and around the globe Bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com this, is Bloomberg daybreak morning at six thirty, on Wall Street I'm Nathan Hager and I'm, Karen Moskow we are just, about three hours away from the opening of. US trading let's get you, up to date. On the news you need to know at this hour fresh round of trade war. Fears has sending stock markets lower across the world the hardest hit Asia stocks in China and Hong Kong, fell more than two percent Turkey's lira tumbled past five per dollar to a, record low government, bonds and stocks also slumped after the US imposed unprecedented sanctions on Turkey, it's the Bank of England, stern following the fence, decision to stand Pat but unlike the central Bank economists are forecasting. The b. o.. EA, will raise As rates a, quarter of a point on the earnings front. Dow DuPont. Cigna, Aetna and. CBS. Lead four dozen companies in the. S. and, p. five hundred reporting results today. We get a CBS preview from Bloomberg's Jeff, Bellinger CBS started the year on a strong footing and Bloomberg intelligence says. The network likely build on that momentum in the second quarter. The networks earnings call could be especially. Newsworthy Fox News has reported that embattled CEO les Moonves plans to speak. On the call the CBS board this week decided. An outside council should look into charges, of sexual misconduct by moon Bess Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg daybreak Jeff thank you tesla. Shares are up more than eight and a half percent in early trading the electric car maker burning through less cash than analysts expected last, quarter in Europe BMW is down more, than two percent Chinese consumers held back buying, cars in the second quarter, is the German automaker finds itself in the. Crosshairs of a u. s., China trade spat. Shares in Barclays were initially high higher after reporting earnings should there now down one percent the bank beat on most key metrics including trading revenue french banks societa generale also beat earnings estimates but the stock is down two percent after posting a four percent decline in revenue from stock trading and prime services six thirty two on wall street time for the volatility index report the vix rose yesterday to close at thirteen fifteen separately in today's extended morning trading the vix is currently at fourteen thirty eight and that is this morning's volatility report and we are hearing from aetna this morning it reported a second quarter operating profit that beat analysts estimates revenue operating revenue looks like it just missed futures this morning are moving lower s and p futures are down eighteen points dow futures down one hundred seventy five nasdaq futures down at fifty five the dax in germany is down one point seven percent ten year treasury up seven thirty seconds yield two point nine eight percent yield on the two year two point six Six percent and nine x crude oil is down nine. Tenths percent or fifty nine cents. To sixty, seven seven a barrel the euro dollar sixteen fifteen straight ahead we. Have the latest world and national news and this is Bloomberg Darren.
Dow futures gain on Caterpillar earnings
"Vehicle you can make it one hundred percent autonomous would that really helps with is freight and mass transportation Which is exactly what you would be looking for for rail it wouldn't be cheap the price tag is. About eight billion but he says autonomous vehicles will be here sooner than you think and the road could be in the works in. Ten years the largest wildfire burning in California continues to claim lives at least six people have died from the car fire near reading in northern California two of those deaths were firefighters on Sunday authorities, confirmed that a four civilian died in the blaze the fires burned over ninety, five thousand acres filling a lot more optimistic today as we are starting to to gain, some ground rather, than, being in the defensive mode on this, fire all the time we're starting to make some good progress out there the second firefighter died battling the Ferguson fire near, Yosemite national park. Sunday he was killed when he was struck by a falling tree while removing brush another fuel near the front lines Michael Cohen may be willing to, talk with special counsel Robert Muller and Fox News reports Cohen may be sitting on a treasure trove of information to Thursday's. Report that Michael Cohen may be willing to. Talk to special counsel Robert Muller Cohen was allegedly fear Serious Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane FOX, is a Cohen, says his team did not leak that story FOX. Reports to Cohen's claim that Trump knew about the twenty sixteen. Meeting at Trump Tower with the Russians and dirt on Hillary Clinton was one of the most valuable potential pieces of information Colin possessed FOX. Reports sources say Cohen has a treasure trove of information on the president that source indicating there's a, lot more to come there's a lot President Trump is threatening to shut down the federal government this fall of congress does not pass weeping changes to immigration laws including appropriating more money to build his. Border wall the president sent out a number of. Tweets Sunday saying it's time to move away from an, immigration lottery system. Including catch and release in exchange for America based immigration system Trump shutdown warnings raises the stakes ahead of thirtieth. Government funding deadline police are checking a driver for DWI after, a one vehicle wreck that. Killed his passenger overnight police say the man was driving way too fast down Leslie road outside sixty four when he lost control smasher. Barricade and skidded into a drainage Ditch. Rolling over. Several times the passenger was ejected and died at the scene downtown tourists on more than they expected last night the body of a man was found sprawled on the sidewalk on east commerce at tower, of the Americas, drive right next to the convention center EMS arrived but the man was pronounced dead Texas agriculture Commissioner said Miller. Says things to the legislature you're getting ripped off more and more at. The gas pump he says the problem is a new law requires, three complaints about incorrect gas pumps before his office. Can act I'm embarrassed consumer protection agency the, head of that the text part back culture that we're treating our, consumers with as much disdain we're just cheat them Miller says one problem. Which is getting worse has called pump jumping that's. When. The counter that adds up your Bill starts rolling before any gases actually entered your tank w away I, news time six thirty seven traffic and weather together in a minute but. First a check of your money in the world business reports Service of first. Mark credit union Ed Corry is live at the Bloomberg news desk charity good morning stock. Futures are. Mixed the Dow futures are higher up about thirty points the s&p futures down to and the NASDAQ indicator down almost nineteen points ten year treasury's two point. Nine eight percent overseas stocks were mixed they were down in Japan today down three quarters, percent but they're up about a tenth of one presented London. Right now, Caterpillar reporting adjusted earnings per share for the second quarter the earnings beat the average analyst estimates second. Quarter adjusted earnings per share. For Caterpillar coming out to two dollars ninety seven cents better than the average estimate of two dollars. In the seventy three. Cents with the parent company of movie pass got a hastily arranged. A short term loan to resume operating. After failing to pay some business partners customers were barred from using theaters. With their passes Thursday and Friday the comedy let subscribers pay about ten. Bucks a month to watch a movie every day in the theaters It's. Up against growing competition crude oil up a dollar thirty, that's up two percent now seventy dollars seven cents a barrel the Dow futures are up thirty points live with a Bloomberg. Business report I'm Ed Corry NewsRadio twelve hundred w. a. I think said breaking.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis
"And i was like twenty four in over one hundred people working for me we did like the super compelling tv as it was an extraordinary jury ambien it's like the cover of every magazine of the french forbes fortune etc the good news is you know because i was actually aware that all this was like an immediate bubble completely go to my head especially since my wealth was alterly virtual beat the the issue or not the issue the more the more interesting challenging time came okay after the bubble burst and essentially loss everything and the company did do as well as it would have liked it to do for variety of reasons why marge lee because we picked the wrong shareholders and i didn't i i again like e areas of an experience i didn't i'd never negotiated my shirl i had never seen a stock purchase agreement before i didn't know what a drag was or tag along or any of these things and so when ebay to bias i turns out that i could not force a sale even though is the right time at the right price it by majority shoulder made a cell to someone else which was the wrong buyer who sucked promptly fell ninety nine point nine eight percent and basically loss everything and that led to a more interesting journey soulsearching because while to me was obvious should have been interpretor while i was at mckinsey it was way less obvious to two thousand one post the bubble bursting posts having been at the top of the world cup for very magazine presented a success like all sudden everything's gone under his failed and and it feels like no more venture capitals vailable attributing ship is done the internet is that what do i do that and took me a while of soulsearching and came up with this mechanism for like making larger decisions in life and so i wrote myself this very long introspective email assessing where i am i i am but what are the options available to me and i laid out all the options go back to begin z go to business school by that i felt a little bit ridiculous like their key studies whereby done business school join a media company and run and run their their digital initiatives that made me a whole bunch of options and and i didn't limit myself and i wrote the pros and cons and and then i started my friends and that process and it was like a long twentyseven g vial which has led me and i didn't reach a conclusion in that email to myself is just like putting it out there forces deliberate thinking and forces you to actually weigh the pros and cons and to put to really be crystal clear as to what the options are and based on that decided you know what i didn't create a startup because i wanted to make money or be successful at created because i'd like creating something i think i'd like being an interpreter and it's a more compelling happen out so even though the bubble bersin and is for a lead not going to be financially successful let's go back and be an interpreter again and put it on the line because i there's nothing else i would rather be doing it feels that it's the right thing and so came down to finding an idea and by the way this is a person i've used many many times in life of even when i was c of o locks if we had like three employee's like three hundred million unique see business a month and i felt something was wrong i wrote myself at email to decide you know what the options where would i should be doing in actually decided to lebeau elax post one of these emails even though presumably i was in top the world but we can get there later this chat rather jump fifteen years in the future well i love to get in more into that email and writing down pros and cons what you like about things i did a very similar exercise in business school and came to the.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"And interesting and fun and is she like this in real life if she just an actress you know how do you cast these people and bowl tell us about that in a little bit but i thought she was terrific in the movie and overall the cashing is really good and really strong and its relationship with her dad and just as he's trying to go through these murky waters about lessons he's really opened in terms of sexuality which i was a little bit jarring i was wondering how many cool parents are actually gonna watch this movie with their teenage daughters now we're going to go no you cannot watch that movie it's way too close to the truth but i thought it was it was honest and it was insightful and it was a ton of buzz at sundance it's one of the movies ben lines i didn't get a chance to see but i'm glad that i've now seen it so checkout eighth grade it's going to be coming out july thirteenth i'm sure we'll be in limited release but as i mentioned with a hundred percent rotten tomatoes critical darlings hopefully it open more markets with definitely checkout eighth grade and you'll get more from bo berms interviewing just a second mainly i will give it three and a half they believe yeah you seem to has it's in there no no he's thinking about because it was his rewatch ability i thought if you just popped in eighth grade but i watched it again now and i'm like yeah you know what i would 'cause there's enough moments that was pure and honest and three and a half apolice for eighth grade won't you be my neighbor which was another movie that got a ton of buzz at sundance couldn't wait to see it it's all about mister rogers and i'll tell you right out of the gate it's a really good documentary and it's an ota decency and it's honest and it's unsettling but i'm only giving it three beliefs and right away after i tweeted my dealer say what agila haley's all over me what only three beliefs it was wrong with you and here's it's odd when you give a review and they've already starting out negatively but it's got nine eight percent rotten tomatoes but but here's my issue with it it's honest and it's it's a tribute to as i said human decency and it's a good biography about a guy who lived life the right way who was principled and authentic and genuine i mean fred rogers i mean you think about mister rogers neighborhood and that guy is not exactly late in the world on fire but is honest and principled and those characteristics are not exactly of weight great dramas made and i just filled in for the lebatardshow i was talking with the movie and dominic fox said to me well what's so good about it i saw just a really sweet story with his children so there's just a genuinely nice guy and it makes you realize there's so much rancor in the world and politically and all sorts of things and it's just nice if a guy who really was who he was well what's the hook to the movie and i said well he wasn't like a drug addict he was an alcoholic he wasn't a womanizer and like he was just a just a really he's got and it's.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Here's one that probably a lot of people have maybe grabbed onto especially during two thousand seventeen expect double digit returns in the market myth misconception truth where are we with that one truth well well it's it's actually a semi truth actually when we look at the numbers if we're just looking at the data over the last thirty years the s and p five hundred is averaged over ten percent okay that's double digits yeah that's double digits now the average investor is under three percent average mutual fund is three point nine eight percent okay so and if anyone wants to know the source they can call us and i'll give you give them the source but it's accurate data sure the challenges in this is where people get in trouble in retirement even advisors are let me rephrase brokers who are giving advice about retirement and get themselves in trouble to assume that you are going to have a certain return throughout retirement as you are taking distributions meaning taking money out of that pile right that the assets that you've accumulated in it's going to be sustainable is foolish this it's called sequence of returns where people get in trouble and it's something we spent a ton of time talking about in our class and so let me explain it to you because i often we often ask in two thousand eight were you a disciplined investor or did you panic that's one of the questions we often ask our class we we we ask our clients and many of them say well i freaked out but i didn't panic right the truth is the majority of the people did panic and freak out in in in liquidate but but we'll entertain them.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Here's one that probably a lot of people have the maybe grabbed onto especially during two thousand seventeen expect double digit returns in the market myth misconception truth where are we with that one too truth well well it's it's actually a semi truth actually when we look at the numbers just looking at the data over the last thirty years the s and p five hundred is averaged over ten percent okay that's yeah that's double digits now the average investor is under three percent average mutual fund is three point nine eight percent of so if anyone wants to know the source they can call us and i'll give you give them the source but it's accurate data sure the challenges in this is where people get in trouble in retirement even advisors are let me rephrase brokers who are giving advice about retirement and get themselves in trouble to assume that you are going to have a certain return throughout retirement as you are taking distributions meaning taking money out of that pile right that the assets that you've accumulated in it's going to be sustainable is foolish this is it's called sequence of returns where people get in trouble and it's something we spent a ton of time talking about in our class and so let me explain it to you because i often we often ask in two thousand eight were you a disciplined investor or did you panic that's one of the questions we often ask our class we we we ask our clients and many of them say well i freaked out but i didn't panic right the truth is the majority of the people did panic and freak out in in in liquidate but but we'll entertain them in come back in your portfolio will will often rebound.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Hundred and fifty nine okay of those only fifty six were suspected of affiliation or confirmed to be members of ms thirteen provo said again pro bose is the chief of the us border patrol under trump so even his own administration admits there's only fifty six ms thirteen miners that came out of the country out of two hundred fifty thousand kids that came in so what does that percentage point oh two percent not two percent not point two percent point oh two percent so it is a ministerial miniscule percentage of the kids that are coming into this country that are ms thirteen but the way trump says it oh my god the kids coming in here they're not innocent there almost thirteen their ms thirteen point oh two percent ninety nine point nine eight percent are not ms thirteen so one last review here of the unaccompanied kids coming into the country over that period of time fiftysix or ms thirteen hundred three were from other gangs two hundred forty nine thousand eight hundred forty one or just kids this is how you demonize people and dehumanize them so that you can do terrible monstrous things to them and that is exactly what donald trump's goal is and that is why he plays these rhetorical tricks it's meant to gate you to hate the immigrants that are coming in and their kids that's why he's such a terrible person young turks you're right in the middle of this podcast we've got another great segment coming up for you if you'd like to full show which is actually five segments go to it network dot com slash join you become member you support the show you support independent media and you get the whole to our show ad free every day let's go do it now.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Russia he's not just just to go back to the point dave was making he's not just any old spy he was actually head of the russia desk at m i six so that's actually you know he's as plugged in to kremlin espionage as anybody so he's getting this stuff fed to him by these russians he's putting it in the dossier the dossier is then going to the fbi the fbi is taking it to the pfizer court the fis i happen to the first name the guy who started all the surveillance on carter page was a judge cole frank mass i happen to be spend a day sitting across from frank mass in one of my own legal mattis not that long ago and i could tell you frankly but the idea that someone like judge boss has yay or nay over ruining a guy's life and subject him to to surveillance the fact that that guy is a pfizer court judge to me tells you the whole system the whole system is a racket and this stuff actually has the things we learned from this i it shouldn't be a crime to lie to the fbi secondly the the pfizer court approval right ninety seven point nine eight percent or whatever it is ninety nine point nine eight percent is ridiculous absolutely ridiculous and to hey democrats who in the sixties will said oh you know stick it to the man the police the survey now they will all well the intelligence community no few of them thirty seven intelligence agencies have said this is legitimate that's exactly what's wrong with it that's what's wrong with it a deceased socalled liberals and progressives defending defending the dock impenetrable vast security apparatus makes a mockery of their own suppose beliefs mark signing fresh signs vehicle dave we gotta go we have got a lot more still to come you're listening to the network hi i'm kyle cox owner of blindster dot com blindster is family owned.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The government in london is actually not saying too much about it but look as his his the thing about it this guy every time this dossier goes away somebody gets it back into circulation this dodgy dossier which is come which has been fed all the stuff in there has been fed to christopher's stale i his contacts in russia he's not just just to go back to the point dave was making he's not just any old spy he was actually head of the russia desk at m i six so let's actually you know he's as plugged in to kremlin espionage as anybody so he's getting the stuff fed to him by these russians he's putting it in the dossier the dossier is then going to the fbi the fbi taking it to the physical visable i happen to the first name the guy who started all the surveillance on carter page was a judge cold frank mass i happened to be spend a day sitting across from frank mass in one of my own legal mattis not that long ago and i could tell you frankly that the idea that someone like judge boss has yay or nay over ruining a guy's life and subject him to to surveillance the fact that that guy is a physical judge to me tells you that the whole system the whole system is a racket and this stuff actually has there are things we learned from this i it shouldn't be a crime to lie to the fbi secondly the the pfizer court approval right ninety seven point nine eight percent or whatever it ninety nine point nine eight percent is ridiculous absolutely ridiculous and to hey democrats who in the sixties they will said oh you know stick it to the man the police the survey now there will all well the community no few of them thirty seven intelligence agencies have said this is legitimate that's exactly what's wrong with it that's what's wrong with it a deceased socalled liberals and progressives defending defending the dot impenetrable.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"One hundred two hundred dollars a day and that adds up that's great if you can do that on a consistent basis but you know every once in a while every one of our students is going to have one of these windfalls this last week last wednesday amazon was up little over fifteen dollars that one day fifteen dollars and sixty one cents that was only a less than one percent move a point nine eight percent of move up well you could have done an option and this is one of the ways our students learn how to get these windfall returns an option what we would call an at the money option costs thirteen dollars it was up fifty four percent you could have done what we would call all an out of the money option we teach all these things in the class that had a an eighty percent return these are about one day google was up that same day about twenty four dollars it was about a one point eight percent increase the at the money option was two hundred eighty eight percent now you're not going to get those every day but the opportunities are there are only one of the the strategies we teach there are things like futures for these are leveraged assets which means that you put small amounts of money and you control large amounts of the asset very much like a mortgage on a house if you buy a four hundred thousand dollar house and you put forty thousand dollars down you have a leveraged asset you control a four hundred thousand dollar asset for forty thousand dollars you can do the same thing in the markets if you if you know the right strategies and that's what we teach you're not gonna learn that from a financial adviser they have different goals you know the most of most of you out there that are using a broker financial advisor our industry.
Malaysia: Markets closed on Thursday and Friday
"One eight six six sectoretf we're at forty seven past the hour we're gonna be talking with bloomberg's global economics and policy editor kathleen hayes coming up about what's going on with em particularly given the fact that the bank of indonesia has signaled for the second time in two weeks it may hike interest rates we've got a weaker currency on that front not gonna steal her thunder we'll have details on that coming up we've got a weaker yen against the dollar here at one zero nine ninety and higher oil prices the combination i guess you could say is helping to send the nikkei up by about three tenths of one percent in seoul the kospi had one half of one percent and in sydney now the asx two hundred is better by about three tenths of one percent now markets in malaysia will be closed thursday and friday we had a stunning victory in the election in malaysia mahathir mohamed defeating the current prime minister do brazil created a bit of nervousness in the space during the new york session the ice shares msci malaysia etf down about six percents so we're not going to be able to get market reaction in malaysia until the monday session intraday in the bond market stateside we had the ten year above three percent we close new york trading right around two three percent yield we've given back just about two basis points right now in the tokyo session yielding two point nine eight percent let's get an update on global news now mark mills is in the global bloomberg newsroom with these headlines mark douglas state department says three americans held in north korean labor camps were free and back in the us wednesday afternoon they landed in anchorage alaska and route to joint base andrews near washington president trump said that he's looking forward to greeting the hostages when they arrive cnn reports that singapore has been chosen as the host city for the planned summit between president trump and kim jong un no comment from the white house on that report ninety two year old malaysian leader mahathir mohamad scores a shocking victory in national elections promising a return to the rule of law the israeli military says iranian forces based in syria fired twenty rockets at israeli frontline military positions in the golan heights early thursday triggering an israeli reprisal and further escalating heightened tensions global news twenty four hours a day on air an tick tock on.
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"The troubled chinese conglomerate hana has a new plan to raise more funds were being told agent is plenty to sell stays and some units to a what are the half billion dollar fund it's setting up this fund to help pay off dead the overseas aviation and tourism industry fund will buy stakes and online travel agent to neo other targets are said to include tianjin airlines sr technics hong kong airlines swiss pork group of owen holdings in a hilton into hiti and the saint regis hotel in bora bora external investors in the fund could be promised returns of up to fifteen percent a year ha currently has one of the biggest debt loads in the world in hong kong yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia all right thirty four past the hour time for an update on markets couple of headlines coming out of tokyo recruit holdings this is the japanese job and consumer portal the company is buying the us jobs website glass door the deals worth about one point two billion in cash and it will help recruit push deeper into overseas markets and it comes on a day when we heard from the japanese government that wages in japan jumped in march at the strongest pace in more than a decade right now in the foreign exchange weaker yen against the dollar here at one nine fifty six and in spite of that pullback we've got the nikkei down about three tenths of one percent many of the energy shares though in the tokyo session are higher we're seeing a rally right now in wti crude oil in the electron accession up by more than two point two percent seventy dollars sixty two cents the barrel the us ten year treasury in the tokyo session yielding two point nine eight percent right now in hong kong hang sang better by more than two tenths of one percent shanghai composite down less than one tenth of one percent the kospi weaker by about one tenth of one percent and as long as we're talking south korea the one against the dollar weaker by one half of one percent in sydney next where the asx two hundred is up two tenths of one percent bryan all right let's get the.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"That what geneticists will beginning to realize there are no genes for racist we now know it on a single genetic trait that sort of explains racial diversity right and you get social scientists who begin to question connections that we make between race and intelligence reysen i q racing sort of physical ability these things begin to breakdown the nineteen fifties and these are breaking down by find themselves the beginning to realize that we actually can't find race in the kind of clear ways that scientists imagined in the nineteenth century for example fast forward to two thousand when we get the sequencing of the human genome and we begin to realize that humans are ninety nine point nine eight percent the same this is has a huge effect on the way we think about race and it's very clear that you netflix there are no gene for race right and that this is something that is supported by biologists across the field and begin to realize that again like in the nineteen fifties there really is not a sound reason to look for race within our biology and reason why i'm stressing this is that despite these scientific breakthroughs which were done by scientists who were doing proper sort of thesis and testing them in the lab scientists continue to ignore these studies and continue to create research that tries to prove that there are connections correlations between genes and rachel populations a why is that right if science merely moves for moves along by integrating new evidence and data in adjusting our hypotheses then why haven't scientists abandoned his pursuit of race and what i argue is the reason why we haven't done we haven't seen those transition is that many scientists believe that race is real and that it just simply requires the right methodology to be able to prove out of genetic or biological level that race isn't is something that actually is comes from nature if you will not really socially constructed that's what the book is trying to talk about right so yeah i'm sure they'll scientists who might call in who might be upset about that but i think we have to critically interrogate the persistent commitment to thinking in racial terms by scientists despite the overwhelming evidence showing you cannot actually study human groups and assume that they lump into very clean racial categories.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"To the best stocks right here on visits and wasn't back here to the second half of the best stocks now radio are nelson's the market has opened we have now gone just a little bit negative why because the ten year is now pushing against three percent it's two point nine eight percent well that three mark seems to be resistance right now but having said that if you look at a chart that i showed of interest rates in my newsletter over the weekend you will see that they broke out last week resistance is not there right now unless three percent is a mental resistance level and let's not forget to that selling bonds also makes interest rates go higher there's not somebody out there setting these market rates these are market rates the fed fund rate you know by the fed is different now that is set by a bunch of people sitting around the table jumping on cigars and setting the fed fundraise but this ten year yield on the on the us treasury is set by the market the market setting do point nine eight percent right now and we could see a three handle on interest rates i've been warning about the bond market since july of two thousand and sixteen and if you look back that's when it peaked you can go to seeking alpha read my articles that i was riding at that time about the treacherous treacherous bond market yet how many people within the sound of my voice are still sitting there with m p t modern portfolio theory asset allocations in their.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"But this one is getting such rave reviews leads me to believe that i i need to go see it probably be doing that but if if you've seen it up did they how many different groups did they leave out of this movie and were you offended by that because i don't think we can help it be offended by this i have you threats right in general rule knit your group is not represented here how many mormons were in the movie seeing right i'll bet none i would bet you none because in ninety nine point nine nine nine eight percent of movies there are no mormons in them if they are not even mentioned it's their unmentioned mm how many marginalize hat wearers we're represented in the movie you have a better chance there but i don't know the answer now being right than me i don't know the look look if your group is represented in a movie you need to find another group to coop to to make them and make that your cause um so that even if you are gay you should go and be upset on behalf of gays thank you and i am just this even though i seemed to be a b b ranting against it at the beginning i've come completely around you nukaya nukaitis you're so convinced myself that's pretty osweiler was arguing the other point i convinced myself now they need to be resumed represented in every the mark of a successful show host as someone who has seen aches rayo the know that you can change minds of folks that are lesson into you but not only that europe magray you just change your own mind with their own monologue pretty these helpful pretty amazing mark this day done calendar okay in red or whatever you do with special days i don't know.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"You know the technologies come a long way uh wifi thermostats wifi eunuchs it's it's crazy i mean they're even introducing security systems and cameras and automate door locks and things in the fief industry gets because we're were kind of good at that yeah no i i don't i want to hire security guy but but the other really starting to push all these conveniences uh you know auto white systems and things like that some wanna tell you my phone is it's you put in my house is going to be two years in may is fantastic i got my heating bill and obviously it's not well we've been it's been all over the place had a ridiculously belowzero temperatures but last night months it was just over a hundred dollars and i can say with that old firmness of at least double that yes i mean you you still have ninety percent in your house uh but you know back in the day they may have pushed those efficiencies a little bit really up he answered anybody you said yeah right percent efficient said let me tell you now i mean there ninety seven nine eight percent since and they say if you replace a typical uh eighty percent for an external for this station save forty to fifty percent in you know ice cold people that they've never came back to me and said it wasn't true in fact irregularities spanking me how much money they save every month they could pay for the system that they invested there right with that savings yeah is you're going to stay in your home from a good degree of time you know it it's really important that you do the right thing and upgrade the floness 'cause you're going to get the money right back in savings in fuel high greece and you know we will go out of builders by the international builders and i could never understand that mean they you know they they just kind of go with a little bit offer their customers any kind of uh you know better systems they always also with the bare minimum and it's always such a missed.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"So for which is which is kind of that's a that's a kind of weird like do you need user level access or relive alexis rodman level access to get this and if you if you only have an if you only have a exploit that gives you relax as but you really lead user at level excess word wears at fall inside of this um but in so in that was correct in the updated version of the act there was a prevision um that was added that you did half to um notify uh the fbi national cyber investigative joint task force prior to actually engaging this activity and so yeah and so there's not a there's not listen required information so you have to notify the fbi that the type of cyber breach that the person was the victim of the intended target of the active response the steps taken to preserve evidence as well as steps taken to prevent damaged intermediary computers not under the ownership of the attachments basically uh become their own little police wars based on the honor system i forget it so so in i thought i remember this came out and i looked at the moment right says one of those bills that frequently you get bills so that you can say able to build anything go anywhere or anything else howard target our people though have people realize that ninety nine point nine eight percent of these attacks are coming from accounts that have been compromise but the attacker that aren't controlled by the victim so like quite literally fell swoop bigots wrong with this idea we get off the bat in the lowly cesid manly pulling out two pistols linked to worry at be i i got this in the triangle it's this isn't the eta certainly fbi job in this isn't how fbi would do it i mean there is a thousand things wrong with this idea or ill so let's let's puts the structure around our thinking on this i mean so so talos has people cheered that could engage in this activity that people with a background in the understanding to to do this kind of work but it just because the united states congress says you may take can you made you may do this right that does not mean that when i connect to a box in amsterdam and poppa shell that i am in any way protected from amsterdam law.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on Technotopia
"So you know a ours another one that i s i see is being pretty big one that's kind of a joke her in the dock uh that a wildcard the could kinda go either way obshaya and i don't have a strong opinion about whether it's going to really bear out but i think of quantum computing takes off and really starts deliberate delivering on what a lot of smart people think is its maximum potential it's such a radically different uh software and hardware architecture that i think very very significant companies are going to be born there um and then you know i agree with ninety nine point nine eight percent of the prognosticators and definitely believe that machine learning and all that's connected at is going to be huge as well listening okay so that's as i you you you hit hidden on a on a few things i'm i'm glad that you're here because you're basically you basically see riskier catalyze brought all these things together in uh in one place which is pretty interesting um will you be able to write a novels in oh yeah here's he think you the out you think that nothing else can a bit of a still read a book when we have only of sucked spots attached to us that vr helmet's on you know it's going to get tougher and tougher for anybody who creates something that subsists on the attention of other people and then i just road money novels along one it's 547 pages long and a near of one hundred forty characters right um and you know novels have to compete with facebook and twitter and candy crash at an all kinds of things that.
"nine eight percent" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"So let me for the most part i would say that any machine learning models that we're running are not going directly they're not feeding directly enter detection they are passing through a human i so that big inner terabytes terabytes of data is getting broken down to the most important stephanus that that looks the worse and then human is checking at which is definitely better for your your detection down the line let's look we'll is so much dealer that we tossed aside ninety nine point nine eight percent of the allure to get their machine learning is an invaluable part without it we wouldn't be able to find the pieces that we need people to look a because their new and interesting dare i mean the whole idea is that you know especially the mantra debt that we bring in analyze is that thing golf you know what's we'll will take all the law hanging fruit on them whilst leftover now with we'll do it again and then we'll do it again and then we'll finally get to the point where we have a manageable amount of information the our analyst ghastly take a look at and then make a human decision on and figure out how do we detect this what do we need to do with this is this something brand new cetera and them produce the detection for all the cisco products as golo party garnered the or the makeup of a security recharger in the last ten years has gone from my perception of a guy in front of either perot bruce who speaks assume his jail guys who speaks chase correct yeah now because there's room for boss elbow in theaters room for both and that's why you know.