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Rare cases of COVID returning pose questions for Pfizer pill

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00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Rare cases of COVID returning pose questions for Pfizer pill

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Mask mandates return to US college campuses as cases rise

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Mask mandates return to US college campuses as cases rise

"Mask mask mask mask mandates mandates mandates mandates are are are are returning returning returning returning to to to to college college college college campuses campuses campuses campuses at at at at some some some some schools schools schools schools the the the the masks masks masks masks are are are are back back back back on on on on online online online online classes classes classes classes are are are are back back back back and and and and large large large large gatherings gatherings gatherings gatherings are are are are being being being being scaled scaled scaled scaled back back back back sickness sickness sickness sickness is is is is so so so so rampant rampant rampant rampant right right right right now now now now so so so so many many many many people people people people I I I I know know know know are are are are getting getting getting getting sick sick sick sick Gabrielle Gabrielle Gabrielle Gabrielle Perera Perera Perera Perera goes goes goes goes to to to to Columbia Columbia Columbia Columbia University University University University in in in in New New New New York York York York case case case case numbers numbers numbers numbers dropped dropped dropped dropped following following following following a a a a winter winter winter winter surge surge surge surge but but but but the the the the BA BA BA BA to to to to sub sub sub sub variant variant variant variant has has has has been been been been spreading spreading spreading spreading rapidly rapidly rapidly rapidly every every every every time time time time I I I I think think think think and and and and all all all all the the the the distances distances distances distances by by by by summer summer summer summer bane bane bane bane is is is is also also also also a a a a student student student student at at at at Columbia Columbia Columbia Columbia she's she's she's she's wearing wearing wearing wearing a a a a mask mask mask mask people people people people do do do do but but but but you you you you know know know know and and and and keep keep keep keep in in in in mind mind mind mind on on on on student student student student Neeraj Neeraj Neeraj Neeraj Sood Sood Sood Sood hanker hanker hanker hanker thinks thinks thinks thinks the the the the mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate should should should should go go go go away away away away yeah yeah yeah yeah I I I I probably probably probably probably have have have have like like like like around around around around nine nine nine nine nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent vaccination vaccination vaccination vaccination rate rate rate rate so so so so I I I I think think think think at at at at this this this this point point point point we we we we just just just just kind kind kind kind of of of of move move move move on on on on with with with with the the the the the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic and and and and three three three three dozen dozen dozen dozen democratic democratic democratic democratic going going going going back back back back over over over over to to to to the the the the past past past past two two two two years years years years because because because because of of of of a a a a surgeon surgeon surgeon surgeon virus virus virus virus cases cases cases cases Washington Washington Washington Washington DC's DC's DC's DC's Howard Howard Howard Howard University University University University is is is is moving moving moving moving to to to to remote remote remote remote learning learning learning learning I'm I'm I'm I'm at at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue

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Twitter adopts 'poison pill' defense in Musk takeover bid

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Twitter adopts 'poison pill' defense in Musk takeover bid

"Twitter Twitter Twitter Twitter says says says says its its its its board board board board of of of of directors directors directors directors has has has has adopted adopted adopted adopted a a a a poison poison poison poison pill pill pill pill defense defense defense defense in in in in response response response response to to to to Tesla Tesla Tesla Tesla CEO CEO CEO CEO Elon Elon Elon Elon musk's musk's musk's musk's proposal proposal proposal proposal to to to to buy buy buy buy the the the the company company company company and and and and take take take take it it it it private private private private I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest it's it's it's formally formally formally called called called a a a limited limited limited duration duration duration shareholders shareholders shareholders rights rights rights plan plan plan Twitter Twitter Twitter says says says the the the aim aim aim is is is to to to enable enable enable its its its investors investors investors to to to realize realize realize the the the full full full value value value of of of their their their investment investment investment by by by reducing reducing reducing the the the likelihood likelihood likelihood that that that any any any one one one person person person can can can gain gain gain control control control of of of the the the company company company without without without either either either paying paying paying shareholders shareholders shareholders a a a premium premium premium or or or giving giving giving the the the board board board more more more time time time Twitter's Twitter's Twitter's plan plan plan would would would take take take effect effect effect if if if musk's musk's musk's roughly roughly roughly nine nine nine percent percent percent stake stake stake grows grows grows to to to fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent or or or more more more even even even then then then must must must could could could still still still take take take over over over the the the company company company with with with a a a proxy proxy proxy fight fight fight voting voting voting out out out the the the current current current directors directors directors Twitter Twitter Twitter notes notes notes the the the plan plan plan does does does not not not prevent prevent prevent the the the board board board from from from engaging engaging engaging with with with parties parties parties or or or accepting accepting accepting an an an acquisition acquisition acquisition proposal proposal proposal if if if it's it's it's in in in the the the company's company's company's best best best interests interests interests I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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National Urban League finds State of Black America is grim

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

National Urban League finds State of Black America is grim

"The the the the national national national national urban urban urban urban league league league league says says says says its its its its annual annual annual annual state state state state of of of of black black black black America America America America report report report report has has has has grim grim grim grim findings findings findings findings this this this this year year year year this this this this year year year year is is is is a a a a quality quality quality quality index index index index shows shows shows shows black black black black people people people people still still still still get get get get only only only only seventy seventy seventy seventy three three three three point point point point nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent of of of of the the the the pie pie pie pie enjoyed enjoyed enjoyed enjoyed by by by by white white white white Americans Americans Americans Americans there there there there have have have have been been been been gains gains gains gains in in in in economic economic economic economic indicators indicators indicators indicators and and and and measures measures measures measures of of of of health health health health but but but but black black black black Americans Americans Americans Americans overall overall overall overall have have have have fallen fallen fallen fallen farther farther farther farther behind behind behind behind whites whites whites whites when when when when it it it it comes comes comes comes to to to to education education education education social social social social justice justice justice justice and and and and civic civic civic civic engagement engagement engagement engagement median median median median household household household household income income income income at at at at around around around around forty forty forty forty three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred dollars dollars dollars dollars is is is is thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven percent percent percent percent less less less less than than than than what what what what white white white white Americans Americans Americans Americans are are are are in in in in healthcare healthcare healthcare healthcare and and and and life life life life expectancy expectancy expectancy expectancy are are are are also also also also lower lower lower lower blacks blacks blacks blacks live live live live about about about about four four four four years years years years less less less less than than than than whites whites whites whites urban urban urban urban league league league league president president president president Marc Marc Marc Marc Morial Morial Morial Morial says says says says change change change change starts starts starts starts at at at at the the the the ballot ballot ballot ballot box box box box launching launching launching launching a a a a re re re re claim claim claim claim your your your your vote vote vote vote campaign campaign campaign campaign I I I I am am am am Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

"The the the the U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. health health health health agency agency agency agency says says says says nearly nearly nearly nearly everybody everybody everybody everybody in in in in the the the the world world world world briefs briefs briefs briefs at at at at the the the the doesn't doesn't doesn't doesn't meet meet meet meet its its its its standards standards standards standards for for for for air air air air quality quality quality quality WHO's WHO's WHO's WHO's says says says says ninety ninety ninety ninety nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent of of of of the the the the global global global global population population population population breeds breeds breeds breeds at at at at the the the the Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie chicks chicks chicks chicks a a a a quality quality quality quality limits limits limits limits and and and and is is is is often often often often rife rife rife rife with with with with particles particles particles particles that that that that can can can can penetrate penetrate penetrate penetrate deep deep deep deep into into into into the the the the lungs lungs lungs lungs into into into into the the the the veins veins veins veins and and and and arteries arteries arteries arteries and and and and cause cause cause cause disease disease disease disease a a a a quality quality quality quality is is is is poorest poorest poorest poorest in in in in WHO's WHO's WHO's WHO's eastern eastern eastern eastern Mediterranean Mediterranean Mediterranean Mediterranean and and and and Southeast Southeast Southeast Southeast Asia Asia Asia Asia regions regions regions regions followed followed followed followed by by by by Africa Africa Africa Africa the the the the agencies agencies agencies agencies calling calling calling calling for for for for more more more more action action action action to to to to reduce reduce reduce reduce fossil fossil fossil fossil fuel fuel fuel fuel use use use use which which which which generates generates generates generates pollutants pollutants pollutants pollutants the the the the calls calls calls calls west west west west betrayed betrayed betrayed betrayed and and and and the the the the blood blood blood blood flow flow flow flow problems problems problems problems and and and and lead lead lead lead to to to to millions millions millions millions of of of of preventable preventable preventable preventable deaths deaths deaths deaths each each each each year year year year I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Russia war could further escalate auto prices and shortages

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Russia war could further escalate auto prices and shortages

"Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's devastating devastating devastating devastating war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is having having having having a a a a ripple ripple ripple ripple effect effect effect effect on on on on the the the the auto auto auto auto industry industry industry industry with with with with some some some some of of of of the the the the parts parts parts parts needed needed needed needed to to to to make make make make cars cars cars cars and and and and trucks trucks trucks trucks in in in in short short short short supply supply supply supply Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine supplies supplies supplies supplies about about about about fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent of of of of crucial crucial crucial crucial wiring wiring wiring wiring harnesses harnesses harnesses harnesses for for for for vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle production production production production and and and and neon neon neon neon used used used used in in in in computer computer computer computer chips chips chips chips and and and and Russia Russia Russia Russia supplies supplies supplies supplies precious precious precious precious metals metals metals metals used used used used for for for for catalytic catalytic catalytic catalytic converters converters converters converters and and and and Evey Evey Evey Evey batteries batteries batteries batteries along along along along with with with with the the the the primary primary primary primary ingredient ingredient ingredient ingredient for for for for making making making making steel steel steel steel we we we we only only only only need need need need to to to to miss miss miss miss one one one one partner partner partner partner be be be be able able able able to to to to make make make make a a a a car car car car mark mark mark mark Wakefield Wakefield Wakefield Wakefield an an an an auto auto auto auto analyst analyst analyst analyst for for for for AlixPartners AlixPartners AlixPartners AlixPartners says says says says closed closed closed closed factories factories factories factories and and and and embargoes embargoes embargoes embargoes will will will will likely likely likely likely further further further further hamper hamper hamper hamper auto auto auto auto making making making making already already already already slowed slowed slowed slowed to to to to buy buy buy buy chip chip chip chip shortages shortages shortages shortages and and and and covert covert covert covert shutdowns shutdowns shutdowns shutdowns in in in in production production production production plants plants plants plants we're we're we're we're very very very very sensitive sensitive sensitive sensitive because because because because we we we we have have have have no no no no inventory inventory inventory inventory anywhere anywhere anywhere anywhere in in in in the the the the chain chain chain chain and and and and that that that that can can can can lead lead lead lead to to to to unplanned unplanned unplanned unplanned for for for for cost cost cost cost increase increase increase increase in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. the the the the average average average average price price price price of of of of a a a a new new new new vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles up up up up thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the past past past past year year year year to to to to over over over over forty forty forty forty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars according according according according to to to to Edmunds Edmunds Edmunds Edmunds dot dot dot dot com com com com and and and and use use use use prices prices prices prices increased increased increased increased twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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US growth in Q4 revised slightly lower to 6.9%

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

US growth in Q4 revised slightly lower to 6.9%

"The government reported Wednesday the U. S. economy ended twenty twenty one by expanding at a healthy six point nine percent annual pace from October through December a slight downgrade from its previous estimates for all of twenty twenty one the nation's gross domestic product which is its total output of goods and services jumped by five point seven percent the fastest calendar year growth since nineteen eighty four in the aftermath of a brutal recession looking at however growth is likely to slow sharply this year particularly in the first three months higher inflation will likely weigh on consumer spending as Americans take a dimmer view of the economy home sales have fallen as the fed is started pushing up borrowing costs leading to a sharp increase in mortgage rates exports may we get as overseas economies are just wrapped it by Russia's invasion of Ukraine I'm Julie Walker

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Sizzling Celtics race past Nuggets 124-104

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Sizzling Celtics race past Nuggets 124-104

"Jaylen brown and Jayson Tatum each scored thirty points in leading the Celtics to a one twenty four one oh four win over the nuggets the Celts close the first half on a forty two twenty one spurt including the last fifteen points in the second quarter Tatum adjacent Pritchard each had four three pointers before the break Pritchard was five for five from beyond the arc Boston shot nearly sixty percent from the floor sank nineteen of thirty eight three pointers and hit all eleven of its free throws McCauley okay check twenty three points for the nuggets who shot just thirty nine percent from the floor and thirty three percent from long range I'm the ferry

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 Study: SUVs, pickups hit pedestrians more often than cars do

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Study: SUVs, pickups hit pedestrians more often than cars do

"Number of pedestrian deaths in the U. S. the study by the insurance institute for highway safety suggests those wider pillars that support the roof structure make it harder for drivers to spot people walking near the corner of their vehicle especially if an SUV or truck is turning Consumer Reports also finds high hoods obstruct driver views of pedestrians crossing in front of the vehicles and even away from intersections pickups are eighty percent more likely than cars to hit a pedestrian on the road S. U. V.'s are sixty one percent more likely more than sixty five hundred pedestrians were killed in the U. S. in twenty twenty a jump of fifty nine percent from a decade earlier I'm

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Retail sales up 0.3% in February amid higher prices

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Retail sales up 0.3% in February amid higher prices

"American slowed their spending last month as prices for food gasoline toothpaste in just about everything else continue to rise I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers retail sales rose just three tenths of a percent in February the commerce department report shows restaurants actually saw two point five percent jump in business and department stores one point six percent but online sales fell three point seven percent in categories like furniture electronics and general merchandise stores were also down the tepid February increase followed something of a splurge in January when sales rose four point nine percent fueled by wage gains solid hiring and more money in bank accounts but inflation slowed the pace in February with consumer prices running at seven point nine percent over a year ago I'm Ben Thomas

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MoneyWatch: Consumer prices surge 7.9% over the past year as inflation hits 40-year high

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

MoneyWatch: Consumer prices surge 7.9% over the past year as inflation hits 40-year high

"Consumer inflation has reached a forty year high it jumped seven point nine percent over the past year the sharpest spike since nineteen eighty two the labor department report covers the twelve months ending in February so it does not include the recent oil and gas price hikes following Russia's Ukraine invasion since then average gas prices are up about sixty two cents a gallon before then a combination of high consumer spending pay raises and supply shortages had already sent prices soaring for everything from food to housing and made inflation the top political threat to both president Biden and congressional Democrats before the mid term elections the federal reserve is set to raise interest rates starting next week in a bid to stem the search Sager

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Trump wins CPAC 2024 straw poll, DeSantis is second but more than 30 points behind

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Trump wins CPAC 2024 straw poll, DeSantis is second but more than 30 points behind

"A straw poll at the conservative political action conference annual meeting has former president trump as their favorite to be the Republican presidential nominee again I'm Ben Thomas with the latest we did it twice and we'll do it again we're going to be doing it again a third time former president trump Saturday in Orlando indicating he will run for president in twenty twenty four in his speech trump again falsely blamed his twenty twenty election loss on widespread voter fraud for which there is no evidence he also defended his recent praise of Russian president Vladimir Putin of course he's smart but the real problem is that our leaders are dumb trump expressed support for the Ukrainian people and praise president Vladimir is a lan ski is a brave man trump earned fifty nine percent of the sepak straw poll followed by Florida governor Ron DeSantis with twenty eight percent no one else had more than two percent I'm

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Poll: Stark racial gap in views on Black woman on high court

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Poll: Stark racial gap in views on Black woman on high court

"A new poll finds Americans are sharply divided by race when it comes to president Biden's promise to nominate a black woman to the U. S. Supreme Court forty eight percent of Americans overall say it's not important to them that a black woman will likely be the next Supreme Court justice according to the Associated Press norc poll just twenty nine percent think it's extremely or very important but among black Americans the president's promise is resonating sixty three percent of black Americans say it's very or extremely important compared to just twenty one percent of white Americans and thirty three percent of Hispanics the numbers are much higher among black women seventy percent place high importance on a black female Supreme Court justice there's also a political divide most Democrats think it's at least somewhat important but eight in ten Republicans do not I'm Jackie Quinn

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U.S. Retail Sales Jump as Inflation Surges

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

U.S. Retail Sales Jump as Inflation Surges

"Retail sales surge as the threat of the I'm a cranberry and fades I can spend more money in January as retail sales jumped a seasonally adjusted three point eight percent easily surpassing the projections of most economists that compares to a decline of two and a half percent in December according to revised figures from the commerce department surging inflation also likely added to January's increase sales at general merchandise stores rose three point six percent while the part in store sales were up nine percent sales at furniture and home furnishing stores jumped seven percent while online sales surged nearly fifteen percent my

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NFL concerned about concussions, injuries on special teams

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

NFL concerned about concussions, injuries on special teams

"The the the the NFL's NFL's NFL's NFL's chief chief chief chief medical medical medical medical officer officer officer officer says says says says one one one one in in in in six six six six concussions concussions concussions concussions came came came came on on on on special special special special teams teams teams teams this this this this season season season season and and and and thirty thirty thirty thirty percent percent percent percent of of of of major major major major knee knee knee knee injuries injuries injuries injuries and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent of of of of other other other other lower lower lower lower body body body body injuries injuries injuries injuries were were were were on on on on kick kick kick kick teams teams teams teams the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers are are are are alarming alarming alarming alarming because because because because only only only only about about about about seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen percent percent percent percent of of of of all all all all plays plays plays plays involve involve involve involve special special special special teams teams teams teams league league league league officials officials officials officials however however however however stopping stopping stopping stopping short short short short of of of of saying saying saying saying rule rule rule rule changes changes changes changes to to to to limit limit limit limit kicked kicked kicked kicked place place place place could could could could be be be be coming coming coming coming meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile on on on on the the the the cold cold cold cold front front front front positive positive positive positive cases cases cases cases mushroom mushroom mushroom mushroom to to to to four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred eleven eleven eleven eleven on on on on the the the the week week week week of of of of December December December December twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six there there there there were were were were only only only only thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven cases cases cases cases among among among among the the the the fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen playoff playoff playoff playoff teams teams teams teams I I I I Norman Norman Norman Norman hall hall hall hall

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Surging omicron cases and worker shortage likely hurt hiring

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Surging omicron cases and worker shortage likely hurt hiring

"Analysts analysts analysts analysts are are are are predicting predicting predicting predicting today's today's today's today's jobs jobs jobs jobs report report report report will will will will show show show show weakness weakness weakness weakness because because because because of of of of the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron surge surge surge surge last last last last month's month's month's month's big big big big wave wave wave wave of of of of Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron infections infections infections infections is is is is believed believed believed believed to to to to have have have have weakened weakened weakened weakened hiring hiring hiring hiring in in in in January January January January although although although although the the the the pullback pullback pullback pullback is is is is thought thought thought thought to to to to be be be be temporary temporary temporary temporary data data data data provider provider provider provider factset factset factset factset says says says says economists economists economists economists are are are are forecasting forecasting forecasting forecasting to to to to these these these these labor labor labor labor department department department department report report report report will will will will show show show show that that that that employers employers employers employers added added added added about about about about one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred seventy seventy seventy seventy thousand thousand thousand thousand new new new new jobs jobs jobs jobs last last last last month month month month with with with with the the the the unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment rate rate rate rate unchanged unchanged unchanged unchanged at at at at three three three three point point point point nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent if if if if that's that's that's that's where where where where the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers fall fall fall fall January January January January would would would would mark mark mark mark the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest monthly monthly monthly monthly job job job job gain gain gain gain in in in in about about about about a a a a year year year year some some some some actually actually actually actually think think think think because because because because so so so so many many many many people people people people called called called called out out out out sick sick sick sick with with with with the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant variant the the the the government government government government report report report report could could could could show show show show a a a a loss loss loss loss in in in in jobs jobs jobs jobs last last last last month month month month I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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US economy grew 5.7% in 2021 in rebound from 2020 recession

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

US economy grew 5.7% in 2021 in rebound from 2020 recession

"The the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. economy economy economy economy last last last last year year year year grew grew grew grew at at at at the the the the fastest fastest fastest fastest pace pace pace pace since since since since Ronald Ronald Ronald Ronald Reagan's Reagan's Reagan's Reagan's presidency presidency presidency presidency the the the the commerce commerce commerce commerce department department department department reports reports reports reports the the the the economy economy economy economy ended ended ended ended twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one growing growing growing growing at at at at a a a a solid solid solid solid six six six six point point point point nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent annual annual annual annual pace pace pace pace from from from from October October October October through through through through December December December December for for for for the the the the year year year year that that that that brought brought brought brought growth growth growth growth to to to to five five five five point point point point seven seven seven seven percent percent percent percent it's it's it's it's the the the the strongest strongest strongest strongest calendar calendar calendar calendar year year year year growth growth growth growth in in in in the the the the gross gross gross gross domestic domestic domestic domestic product product product product since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty four four four four when when when when the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's total total total total output output output output of of of of goods goods goods goods and and and and services services services services grew grew grew grew seven seven seven seven point point point point two two two two percent percent percent percent following following following following a a a a recession recession recession recession twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one's one's one's one's growth growth growth growth also also also also came came came came on on on on a a a a rebound rebound rebound rebound from from from from twenty twenty twenty twenty twenties twenties twenties twenties brief brief brief brief but but but but devastating devastating devastating devastating coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus recession recession recession recession economists economists economists economists do do do do expect expect expect expect the the the the expansion expansion expansion expansion to to to to continue continue continue continue this this this this year year year year but but but but with with with with covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen caseload caseload caseload caseload still still still still high high high high and and and and inflation inflation inflation inflation putting putting putting putting a a a a squeeze squeeze squeeze squeeze on on on on things things things things the the the the pace pace pace pace is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to be be be be slower slower slower slower than than than than Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Will virus be 'over'? Most Americans think not: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 8 months ago

Will virus be 'over'? Most Americans think not: AP-NORC poll

"A a a a new new new new poll poll poll poll finds finds finds finds many many many many Americans Americans Americans Americans think think think think we'll we'll we'll we'll be be be be stuck stuck stuck stuck with with with with a a a a coded coded coded coded pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic for for for for a a a a long long long long time time time time to to to to come come come come part part part part of of of of the the the the new new new new Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press norc norc norc norc poll poll poll poll was was was was to to to to define define define define what what what what respondents respondents respondents respondents think think think think will will will will mean mean mean mean the the the the end end end end of of of of the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic a a a a whopping whopping whopping whopping eighty eighty eighty eighty three three three three percent percent percent percent say say say say they they they they think think think think it'll it'll it'll it'll be be be be over over over over when when when when cold cold cold cold is is is is a a a a mild mild mild mild illness illness illness illness like like like like this this this this seasonal seasonal seasonal seasonal flu flu flu flu just just just just fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent say say say say they'd they'd they'd they'd consider consider consider consider the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic to to to to be be be be over over over over only only only only when when when when coated coated coated coated nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen is is is is largely largely largely largely eliminated eliminated eliminated eliminated here's here's here's here's the the the the definition definition definition definition from from from from infectious infectious infectious infectious disease disease disease disease expert expert expert expert Dr Dr Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci Fauci Fauci we we we we no no no no longer longer longer longer are are are are in in in in a a a a situation situation situation situation of of of of threat threat threat threat threat threat threat threat to to to to our our our our equanimity equanimity equanimity equanimity threat threat threat threat to to to to our our our our economy economy economy economy the the the the threat threat threat threat to to to to allow allow allow allow us us us us to to to to live live live live a a a a normal normal normal normal life life life life he he he he says says says says we're we're we're we're not not not not there there there there yet yet yet yet with with with with more more more more than than than than two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand people people people people still still still still dying dying dying dying a a a a day day day day the the the the latest latest latest latest poll poll poll poll also also also also finds finds finds finds fifty fifty fifty fifty nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans think think think think it's it's it's it's essential essential essential essential they they they they be be be be vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated against against against against the the the the virus virus virus virus but but but but only only only only thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven percent percent percent percent of of of of parents parents parents parents think think think think it's it's it's it's essential essential essential essential for for for for their their their their children children children children underscoring underscoring underscoring underscoring the the the the low low low low pediatric pediatric pediatric pediatric vaccination vaccination vaccination vaccination rates rates rates rates online online online online Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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"nine  percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on WTVN

"Nine percent that is that a fair think it's was the last summer I saw was roughly ninety eight percent okay so ninety eight percent approval rating of applications that come before the fest why would it be that high the people would normally say and I'm I'm not asking you to answer that I'm saying that the good answer is in exports I am not an attorney but in exports a proceeding before the court when you the American citizen who might be being surveilled there be suspected of something that would open a surveillance warrants against you the assumption would be if you can't be there to defend yourself it's because the department's lawyers are so super scrupulous that if there's any information that might exonerate you or that might counteract the view that led them to first with hearing in the case that had them wanting to surveil you they would say the bar is so high here will always err on the side of privacy and less we believe there's a good reason to pursue this investigation and so Mike Lee has warned me for four and a half years the potential for abuse in this space is terrible and I constantly defended the integrity and the professionalism of the bureau and of the department that you couldn't have something like this happen let's move on from very sore Mike Lee is here I don't want to talk about the conversations that you and Ben Sasse have but I know you're not happy that he had to say that or felt compelled to say crap I was wrong Mike was right this is not good for America Mike at all that's right yeah but you know yesterday was a big day for the American people a big win it was a huge loss for the deep stage you're exactly right I'm not happy that he had to say that he was none the less better late than never we have an acknowledgement of the fact we've got a big big problem by the way Ben Sasse offered to buy me a drink in the same context and use it in like we were a drinking man I I'd love to.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The products that they were looking at checking out and purchasing are ninety nine percent going to be authentic right what it is when you start moving into that ever expanding world of E. commerce where you're not looking at the product the pictures look great online but is it legitimate and you have to start by looking at what the online vehicle is and and probably first and foremost that would be something like an Amazon right and he's you need to start to investigate the cellar where you're purchasing it from looking at the reviews and looking at where the goods are coming from is that Amazon prime or is it coming from and you can see this on on these pages is it coming from China which is probably not going to be an authentic I yeah you can tell because there's a lot of misspellings you know in their summary of the product I found a pretty disconcerting to hear recent story that they're a fake eye phones out there that look and cost as much as a regular iPhone yeah I would think counterfeit is going to be a whole lot cheaper and that would be one red flag well that was the initial vehicle to get attention for their items where the counterfeiters would put the item out in the market places at a deep discount but because that has become the number one red flag Hey if that place is too good to be true it's too good to be true and that item is most likely not authentic so what the new game is for the counterfeiter is to place the product price a couple percentage points lower than the normal retail price and that's how it looks more authentic more legitimate more realistic as opposed to having that huge discount are we getting better at reading what town or city is in at the same time because I'm curious about the numbers and secondly is this like always where you have the better mousetrap but then there's the better mouse counterfeiters are just much more sophisticated now too well the technology is really enabling the counterfeiter on a number of fronts first and foremost is obviously the ease of implementing an electronics store front on open platforms like Amazon the the second thing is also based on technology which are advanced printing techniques three D. printing laser printing all kinds of different package printing technologies are available to the counterfeiter which make the product even in person look almost identical to a to a legitimate product it's pretty scary stuff for certain for certain products so what would you recommend whether were via shopping at a brick and mortar shopping online what should we be looking for in house we protect ourselves in person if the product should be there then you're probably all right but if you're encountering a high in because medic for example at a discount store at a dollar store that product probably is a legitimate online you really need to look at yes the price point but you need to look at where the seller is shipping from prior reviews is this a brand new store it has a bit how long has it been established for because again these online stores once they're kind of found out to be selling in authentic merchandise they're getting shut down by legal teams by Amazon inspectors itself and they kind of cycle through and create new stores very quickly so look at the heritage of the online sites that you're looking at from Sestak Steve talent thanks so much for the time Steve wonderful to be here yeah make sure the stuff you buy online is the real article and be careful scammers out there is a twenty eight here in colors morning news more news in just a moment.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And by the way speaking of cash I just got ripped off by pay pal okay I'm pretty good at money right I mean I'm an award winning financial planner I'm in the Barron's financial adviser hall of fame and I just got ripped off by pay pal now there may be some people in fact on my age my legal department my compliance department are going he said what let me tell you what happened and why I believe I got ripped off by PayPal we were doing nothing with some friends and I footed the bill for the word and that's a common thing right you're all going out to dinner for example in one person pays the bill they get the airline miles in doing so and then all their other friends send them money to reimburse them and using Venn lower pay pal or Zell or any of these other digital services makes a pretty simple and easy and convenient pretty cool right so in this particular case I fronted the money for my friends and they reimburse me by sending me money to my PayPal account only when I got the money from PayPal I didn't get the full amount of money I received two point nine percent less than the amount they sent to me and I didn't understand it so I contacted PayPal and the response that I got was your friends send you the money by checking the box paying for an item or service well I fronted the money they reimburse me and instead of saying they were sending the money to a friend they said they were paying for an item creating the two point nine percent fe so pay pal concluded I was a virgin not a friend so sure on the site it says that merchant pays a fifty that's kind of fine print and my friends didn't give it much thought they just check the box without really thinking about it I went up the chain of command at pay pal and I said well Hey I didn't know this D. I didn't do the transaction my friend did so shouldn't he have been charged the two point nine percent instead of me also note we charge the recipient of the money the merchant that's what I'm not a merchant I don't think my friend realize the difference between sending money to a merchant versus sending money to a friend so would you please reverse the transaction so that my friend can re do it and send me the money as a friend and avoid the two point nine percent charge and pay pal said now we cannot reverse the transaction and every manager I spoke with gave the same story nothing we can do about it and have a nice day so my attitude is I didn't know this about pay pal I don't recall this being prominently mentioned on their site when sending money sell my moral of the story for you is if you're going to use PayPal be sure you tell all your friends and family if they are sending you money to be sure they send you the money via friends and family and not paying for an item you know yeah Rick adamant big deal financial adviser just got ripped off.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Because studies show that when consumers use credit cards they spend more than when they're spending cash and by the way speaking of cash I just got ripped off by pay pal he said what let me tell you what happened and why I believe I got ripped off by PayPal we were doing nothing with some friends and I footed the bill and that's a common thing right you're all going out to dinner for example in one person pays the bill they get the airline miles in doing so and then all their other friends send them money to reimburse them and using them lower pay pal or Zell or any of these other digital services makes a pretty simple and easy and convenient pretty cool right so in this particular case I fronted the money for my friends and they reimburse me by sending me money to my PayPal account only when I got the money from PayPal I didn't get the full amount of money I received two point nine percent less than the amount they sent to me and I didn't understand it so I contacted PayPal and the response that I got was your friends send you the money by checking the box paying for an item or service and instead of saying they were sending the money to a friend they said they were paying for an item creating the two point nine percent say so pay pal concluded I was a motion not a friend I'll tell you what I found out next on the rectal than show Tripoli to plan wreck.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Seven is that nine percent of black people who got a degree in computer science and math are employed in I feel that's exactly the same percentage is white exactly the same percentage among medical professionals nineteen percent of black people who have a bachelors degree in stem were employed in medical professions right now about the same a little higher than Hispanics you know higher than Asians actually said other words that this idea that all educational disparities are the result of institutional racism not a lot of evidence to suggest this as far as the eye to the black students are being punished and rate similar far exceeding white students let's because according to the justice and education departments black students self reported being in a physical fight at school ever twice the rate of white students in two thousand fifteen schools over fifty percent minority or more report and weekly gang activity at nearly ten times the rate of schools were minorities constituted five to twenty percent of the population so simply looking at every disparity and then blaming that an institutional racism misses the point but if you mention this inside the Democratic Party your test and that's what happened to people to judge here he said it and now he's in serious trouble okay coming up the Democrats knows how to treat desperate common to be could president we can change trump the course they think they of have the race a strategy he said they're he usually gonna dress offers in drag three big points and then they're going one to yell and don't run if you don't think you're the best that's person the Washington to be president post to suggesting make the drag sure you understand queens fix the toll everything campaign will take on your family I'm not getting and three ask the style yourself section can The you Washington win Post providing and new then strategy apparently this is the bench he's very anti Bernie right this is the big story well Ben the Shapiro Huffington post show is talk latching radio onto seventy seven the Huffington WABC post is suggesting that effectively speaking he is WABC now coming out against traffic.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on KTRH

"Done to defend his client against false charges at the White House John decker fox news your city police say they're ready for tomorrow's thanksgiving day parade but the wind could ground the giant balloons NYPD officials say there are no credible threats at this time and they'll use the thousands of armed officers along with bomb sniffing dogs and other things to make sure the Macy's thanksgiving day parade goes off without safety issues as for the balloons NYPD chief of patrol Rodney Harrison says they'll use technology to keep up with wind speeds on the parade route Louis could actually go up to fifty five feet in height but if it comes so situation with a some public safety we will bring it down to ten feet several people were injured by a balloon years ago and rules now require lower altitudes or full removal if sustained winds exceed twenty three miles an hour and gusts exceed thirty four miles an hour at the end of the day public safety is paramount we want everybody to the joint event in New York City Tonya powers fox news Katie reaches time twelve hole for on Wall Street the Dow is up seventeen to twenty eight thousand one thirty nine nasdaq up forty six to eighty six ninety four SP five hundred up nine to thirty one forty nine oil at fifty seven seventy now Max Gaines STA wealth management gives us the business the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits in the week that ended November twenty third drop by fifteen thousand the reading of two hundred thirteen thousand is back in line with all time lows third quarter GDP has been revised to two point one percent of the final print of the quarter up from the this provision of one point nine percent consumer spending in the third quarter remained unchanged at two point nine percent consumer spending in October was up for the eighth consecutive month showing an increase of point three percent the increase was mostly due to heating homes as the weather cool down happy thanksgiving from your friends at S. T. A. wealth management find us at S. T. A. wealth dot com we'll talk about trying to find.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Nine percent APR four point one eight percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of change they want one percent five percent discount right off because information conditions including under license office eights analysts over thirty three Eric Stonestreet from modern family family you know that right I know what I mean later would yell into the three on A. B. C. for enjoying pet loss in use Leon Harris and storm team four chief meteorologist Doug Kammerer for news for it for bringing down the day's biggest stories and giving you a first look at your forecast working for you every afternoon on news Ford for Las Vegas mark movie in three to six PM now back up Brian Kilmeade on one a one point five FM seven twenty AM Kate on their stories I hope not to just inspire other filmmakers versus women in any field that feel like they have something to say and tell them that their voice matters Ashley Morgan fox news talk show that surreal is the Brian kill me show one tenth of one percent that I want to say thank you to send more three point two percent American tired of freeloading billionaires I think it's time we ask those at the very top to pay more.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Chicago the fifty nine percent completion rate while their season Brady has the worst completion percentage of any quarterback in the league when pressured at just twenty eight percent let's bring in Jim McBride covers the patriots for The Boston Globe and Jim that's come off that first loss to the more Jackson and the ravens how do you expect him to respond today well you know I think it's was it was very telling this week in the locker room that the these plates are very anxious to play you know as much as we enjoyed that those mandatory for days off they really had a bitter taste in their mouth losing their first game to the ravens two weeks ago so they came back pretty focused pretty you know pretty anxious to play and you know even coach Belcher confided that look you know we've had a lot of time off I think you guys are ready to play so I expected to come out and install quickly because when the fall behind early in his last two seasons including against Baltimore when they thought they had everything about that had trouble you know coming back this is definitely a team that like the plague go ahead and I would expect them to come out quickly today Hey Jim this is patriots team that over the years obviously Tom Brady's been the focal point the offense has been the focal point of this team in their runs to Superbowl championships and appearances on super Sunday this year though a little different it's been the defense that saw ruled the roost if you will and the offense is kinda needed to pick up the slack first from the offense standpoint characterize what you've seen this season from the patriots on that side of the ball you know it but they lacked consistency this despite you know being eight one the black consistency of along the office of one of them has been injury related you know they lost David Andrews in training camp to blood clots so he's been out you know and it pretty much everyone except for Joe to any yet at left guard has been injured at some point during the season market Canada time Jack bass at this time and I say when they're there for a tropical year ago is not expected back until next week so you know without those that that continuity it it's really been a struggle to run the ball and you know it in the past you know Brady's been able to set up the run with the pack with by passing but it just hasn't been able to do that this year so you know that injuries have really taken a toll on that and that the revolving door the receiving corps Antonio brown banana no joke flash cord was here for a while now he's out so it was really bad it's really gonna settle with an adult it really been the only guy that was a consistent target you know especially the chronic retiring until they acquired Muhammad to do a couple weeks ago no he really kinda quickly delta self in the contact center and it's been a major player in the last two weeks and I expect that to continue you know another plot line today it is to kill Harry I thank you the first topic so I would expect the blues from that area nice so so on the other side of the ball they're allowing less than eleven points per game through nine at kickoff viewers per game in terms of total yardage less than two fifty what's been the dramatic improvement of this patriots what's been behind it over the last year in their defense you know the communication has been a key and and you know the return to help without a high tower yeah it's huge because he's he's kind of the the pacer on that front seven he sees that the pieces of place another secondary invent you know if they're loaded with not only experience at all really talented guys step Gilmore's probably the best cornerback in the league right now given accorded won a handful of best safety for the week after telling me we we will be playing today but is also another guy that you know I believe the versatile I you know we can we can cover that as that he can play as a like a mini life back on the box so those guys have been you know really the key to this defense being no on a on a record setting pace yeah and then that's going to be huge challenge for Philadelphia team that does not have power or Jeffrey two weapons for Carson Wentz this affiliate team that beat the patriots in Super Bowl fifty two back in the twenty seventeen season Nick Foles was the quarterback back then when you look at this Philadelphia team this year what do you see I see a you know a peanut get like that kind of like the patriots so early on when they have struggled with injuries other secondary coverage of injuries you know tremendous running game but you know with with Jordan how would be an out having to put Darren Sproles on on I. out this week you know it in and they receive a call much like okay because a lot of injured guys all Shawn Jeffrey to shock Jack so I I think what you're going to see is is the tight end's back earth at a Dallas go to be a big part of this game plan today you know the patriots without young they might have trouble matching up with the with the bigger tied at at at I would be surprised to see Steph Gilmore put on a put on a tight and like they did against Travis guilty Nancy championships so you know I think that that the weekly winners of games defense and that's kind of how they beat the the patriots in the civil that one kind of a that one defensive stand late in the game and and could be the difference so I I expect that to be kind of a the way that they shape up today the gym grog covers the New England Patriots for The Boston Globe Jim we appreciate some insight you bet all right Jim a bride is our liberty mutual inside are you have enough things to worry about insurance should not be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you liberty mutual insurance I'm Jim battle this is football Sunday countdown on ESPN radio kick up to the patriots and eagles is moments away quick update bell among the early games we mention Jacoby recette returning a for the colts Nick pulls back understand of the Jaguars and it's all in the twenty better thirty three to thirteen how bout that Sean what's in the more Jackson match of ravens in Texas.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Me to go to the laundry list I am I'd rather and and I but I've heard that song but the yeah he's pretty well rounded artist and been around a long time and yes there are a okay it was not in the eighties when he was writing these sets based on for the most part that would be great yes okay well have you ever heard you're too old for something like I mean you're showing your age here that you're not old enough to remember that but if you ever tell me I'm too old to get on the board behind the boat but I refuse to keep enjoying things as long as you can for sure until you break your knees so may be careful there my friend but for our listeners are you ever too old to do a Roth conversion expert it's lot tells Morning Star that it depends on the reasons you're considering that conversion in not doing it for yourself because the cost remember that's a tax cost of converting giving you a life expectancy as you get older say after seventy and a half the benefit you'll reap in your life expectancy won't be worth the up front cost probably but the real benefit if you're doing it as an older person is for the next generation for your children or grandchildren because the power of the Roth IRA can grow over their life expectancy that does make sense but for the specific reasons that ed slott mentioned I get lots of questions about certainly Roth IRA raise but also Roth IRA conversions but most of the questions person revolve around should I personally convert my IRA or a portion of Meyer way irate over to a Roth IRA so that I can get tax free income in the future and kind of to ed's point there once you get to a certain age and also in the moment your transition to retirement it doesn't often make sense it's it does conversions you have to pay tax on its increasing your taxable income every year that you do it it's a process and frankly the whole idea of the IRA is to let the money grow tax deferred until for a lot of people they're going to take requirement distributions from those portfolios okay and that amounts about three point six five percent when you're seven and a half it does go up over time but those little distributions over time often make more sense in doing big lump sum conversions and increasing your tax bracket unless of course what it was talking about which is you're doing it specifically for estate planning purposes which is your question and then you go let it pass to beneficiaries and continue to grow tax free I I that does make sense here's the one thing I know after doing thousands of financial plans Chris and I and I and I've asked the same question over and over again as we're going to financial planning process I will ask individuals and married couples long term what's your plan do you want to make sure that your beneficiaries get as much as possible when you pass away right and when they receive the benefit from the state or would you just like for them to get whatever's left town ninety nine percent of the time people came in they go Hey I raised them I love I provided for they can have what's left I am not making changes in my lifestyle in order to make sure that they have more at a later date again nine nine percent of time and so I I I pretty much know the answer I'm going to get I still ask it because everyone saw as a no no I wanna make sure did I have less so they have more which is not very common in right but can bring your ire into a Roth IRA in order to pass on the beneficiaries for most people that's pretty far down the road that's the type of planning I think that we might look at doing maybe after a few years of somebody being retired and assets are growing we start to realize listen you've got way more than you're gonna be able to spend throughout your retirement let's start taking a look at being more efficient from state planning purposes okay which is a huge part of what we do we do the state planning we do the tax planning and we do the financial planning but but yeah I agree with that they're in it again it all goes in the financial planning process server is a little bit different but if you'd like to come sit down person of listen to us on the radio right now we have an office very close if you call and we'll find the office closest to you we'll schedule appointment for you to come sit down for the analysis of your current portfolio as well as a comprehensive financial plan and we could do all that for you complementary four zero seven two seven zero one thousand four zero seven two seven zero one thousand and you can find out more to by visiting the parting your nest egg dot com queen of soul with her signature song signature song respect now continue talking a bit about this a state conversation because even though Aretha Franklin's a stake was worth tens of millions of dollars she never had a formal will.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"nine  percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Nine six five one two nine zero a new Rasmussen reports survey shows that fifty percent of people approve of president trump's job performance that means obviously forty nine percent disapprove of it now we've also been seeing some polls come on in battleground states that show the president has some work to do regarding voters in Ohio Pennsylvania and Wisconsin well I had a chance to catch up with political analyst Lee Carter and one of the things I asked her was if we can believe these polls regarding the president and his approval ratings in certain states. I am in the fall of the polls are if I don't get a huge ship or seeing you know his his favorability has dropped a little bit and not entirely surprising but I'm not I'm not thinking that he's going to have a huge shift I think what he's gonna end up doing like it in the last elections going back directly to the people you love doing his rallies I think you can continue to have his make America great again I think the other thing that he is going to be doing is is is talking a lot about promises made promises kept because he had five signature policy three talked about and when he ran and he has he will say that he has delivered on for than the one he didn't healthcare and I'm sure he's gonna be here we're gonna be hearing a lot about the progress on immigration the progress on China great job in manufacturing and so I think you're going to go back and continue to make that case and I think a lot of people out there who are trying to take him down are gonna go after the personality of trance and not understanding the most people to support the president the sport that support him despite his personality not because of it for you as a radio news I'm Tim Berg. life insurance is one of those things that just about everybody needs but few people actually have Hey if you die unexpectedly with our.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The chicken soup for the soul offering we're giving you some of the secrets that are in the book on today's show guide you to walk us through the secret so far what else is on the list well let's let's just finish up on the one which cover number five which is the total fees what we're working with is really nice couple from the bay area they called in they listen to us and they said Hey we you know we really want a second opinion we will listen to you guys for a long time we think it's time we know we need help or what about the market we're gonna be retiring here November and we just not we're not sure what to do we get help from one of the big brokerage firms but they're just not sure about things so one of the things we did other than build entire retirement income plan for them was we calculated out their fees we designed a plan for them there are a whole new plan will now have a zero point five eight percent total fee structure which means we're going to reduce the fees on their three point three million by one percent we're gonna reduce their fees by thirty three thousand dollars a year over the next thirty years if they live that long that means you're gonna save nine hundred ninety thousand dollars in fees and that sounds so unrealistic it sounds like you can never happen delivery happens every time we do some type of calculation that we are able to save these this is a lot of these but how many times you run across something like this where we can put in writing and say here so much you can save in fees if you make the right decisions out of the thousands of times that we've done this it probably be a handful of times or we haven't be able to save save them on feet but just very few that means could have a lot of. in cash or not the market right we in ninety nine percent of cases we will say point significant money on fees and when you add that up over a period of ten twenty or thirty years like you just did Dan it's it's it's a huge amount of money and people just don't they don't get it right they don't understand it can Wall Street keep system that consumer blinded by this information well it's what drives Wall Street or the high fees in we show someone literally they can save two hundred fifty thousand five hundred thousand seven hundred eighty thousand even a million dollars in fees their eyes they they almost glazed over and they can't move because they can't almost believe that is a fact the problem is no one's ever given them the fees are paying currently and writing we show them that we give it in writing and then we show them the fees are going to be paying moving Ford right think about how freeing and liberating that is defined they know it and think about it there's only two professions that you really don't know how people are getting compensator how much they get or what your fees are that's when you buy a car and when you do financial such right that's not good that's right and if you go back to the sink when you're talking about if you gonna save them what what was it nine hundred thousand dollars or thirty years we'll look at ten years they're gonna save one third of that three hundred thousand dollars it's like finding you found three hundred thousand dollars on your mattress would that be an awesome feeling well and they got it because they said specifically said what that means is I'm literally going to be able to leave more money to my two sons actually my son and my daughter rather than leave money to my broker by paying too much money. they got it that's right they got it in that is why people I mean they could there's a mass that is put on all of this that our consumers by Wall Street because most sees fees you don't see on your stay but they don't show up the adviser had the ability to check the boxes like seven boxes you can check they may not checking the boxes they may not even show you their fee on your statement but if it's done correctly you should know all the fees every fees not only the visible fees but those invisible fees that your pain you don't see them and that's something we do at our firm if you're interested in us doing if the analysis for your current portfolio all you have to do is to dial pound two fifty on your cell phone say the.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on KTRH

"Up to eighty nine percent less last year the average member who switched from factly to wait six three hundred and seventy five dollars coverage from way but is portable and being away from member comes with great benefits like premium refunds to compare your factly coverage to way back visit W. H. E. P. A. dot org today then you're doing golden things and it's why again way more in the garden center even though we called a true gardeners nurseries parks quite literally inspired collection includes unusual plants artisan created decorative pieces they understand art in the garden better than almost anybody out the Arbor day they're constantly changing array of items that bring beauty and comfort even flavor to your home and garden Arbor gate right it's your entry into the symphony of color fragrance form and function that can infuse your indoor and outdoor living spaces with that personal warmth and beauty we love the place it's like second home for our family maybe because we're pretty close to it but it's also just great people helping you along the way and I love sending people to those kinda nurseries and garden centers where you're gonna get help you can ask the questions you need to ask you're not going to be ignored you're not gonna be able to speak a second language to do it you will get help and they will walk and talk with you never be intimidated when you walk into the Arbor day always be impressed and know that they're there to help you every step along the way they're on FM twenty nine twenty a mile and a half west at two forty nine and yes this is an exam one of those nurses guards there's we'd love for you to name drop get on in there and say I came because Randy lemon told me to I came because I heard about the love for you guys on the garden line S. M. twenty nine twenty a mile and a half west to two forty nine online Arbor gate dot com retirement.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"nine  percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's an airline rip sixteen percent retail were shorting nine percent we took we took the profits on Friday we have a long position we purchased a I W. and small mid cat cap stocks destiny tia nice ten percent gain I mean I can go on and on but if you look once you just joined a gang for one month and just pick one of the members stocks that you and do it on paper don't even use any money in this see at the end about how well you're doing and you see our strategy works because our strategy is tied to what the charting the money flow is not tied to this nonsense talk about nonsense listen to this today this is unbelievable journalist is supposed to cover the story see the truth not right the store owner really rich you going to seek the truth boy yeah you you you kidding you tell the truth on fire are you kidding listen to this let me tell you first about the July jobs report report shows growth in jobs most sectors actually so job creation construction manufacturing she said most sectors showed job creation as you pointed out manufacturing and she pointed out construction really Maria there was a hundred and sixty four thousand jobs okay a hundred and thirty three of the hundred is sixty four thousand were bartenders healthcare workers waitresses chamber maids those kind of services hundred thirty three out of one sixty four now she goes and let's talk about her her construction four thousand that's it four thousand against a hundred and thirty three thousand bartenders and waiters four thousand are you kidding me but I mean and and construction I mean the fact is just construction spending but she said that construction spending fell as investments in private construction project tumbled to its lowest level in one and a half years this is amazing but your she's talking about tell the truth she would know the truth if she tripped over it a journalist is supposed to cover the story yeah yeah yeah the media's responsibility is to report the truth how many media outlets are you hearing say we had four plus percent growth for one quarter last year three point one percent growth in the first quarter and two point one percent growth in the second quarter of this year let's be clear we are only seeing positive readings positive you're going towards is negative we're going from four to three to you're going back were you talking about in two thousand and eighteen she's talking about the four percent you know why we had the four percent in two thousand eighteen in the second quarter because they cheated because of the because of the and she knows this because of the terrorist we had a lot of future buying people were buying stuff bringing it in before the cherished one up that's why we grew to four point two percent because people are worried so they bought stuff they normally don't buy that's with boosted up and then the next month it dropped down to three point four in the next month the drop down to two point one that was the last quarter of two thousand and eighteen sure from of four point two the second quarter to three point four two two point one the last court to the eighteen now two thousand nineteen we went from one point three down to one point nine and the consequences are all because of lack of business spending because our CEOs are not spending for new machinery and equipment and especially the big equipment the big door we just got the big durable goods orders come in that's the big stuff nobody spending on the big stuff so what does that do that kills our economic GDP growth because when they're not spending that means that your wages your your job aren't aren't being added and those who are working you're not getting wage increases and by the way they even lie about the wage increases they rigged that which they don't tell you not actually we come back how they read where they say wages are going up when you see how they rate wriggle Hey join my gang eight seven seven six and again we're going to respect you should be too want more information on this show fills gain dot com or give them a call at eight seven seven six hundred.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Just six point nine nine percent for one hundred eighty months six point nine buyers with approved credit you got to be approved financing available to well qualified buyers on approved credit and an APR six point nine nine percent for a hundred and eighty much with an estimated monthly payment a point eight nine percent of your purchase amount you can prepay your account at any time without penalty financing subject to credit requirements of satisfactory completion of finance documents any finance terms advertise are estimates only normally charges apply you're choosing lending disclosures for more information conditioning systems for ninety seven dollars and ninety cents a month go to get a here we detail really the nearby kortunov Helen's have the world's longest elect I formation now here's the diamond reasons to visit desert time ago signal to stop great joy are fantastic they on day four diamond reports members die recent Wednesday first place is in dollars plus you can have a chance to play the end reason right away the Friday night dance party monsoon is happening enjoy drink specials an amazing DJ to send an enterprise of upon all of the nation what happens then shootings in communities across America what's happening now as a way to do something mental illness and hatred rapidly escalating tension your station for what happens next we do impeachment on long crisis on the border military conflict with all on the election at the top in thirty minutes past the hour the next step what happens next now is the time K. and S. T. you saw its most stimulating talk for us some for us he's quiet so there is for us so time to gather we your networks prisons coast to coast AM with George Noory well.

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"nine  percent" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"nine percent" Discussed on WJR 760

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