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"nipro" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"In South Shore fired at officers first. A family affected by a mass shooting is visiting different cities including Chicago with a call to action and amid ongoing cases against Donald Trump, the Justice Department now moving CBS to limit News. threatening comments WBBM Sports made by the White former president Sox face against the those Guardians involved. in Cleveland The latest while is the Cubs host Atlanta later this afternoon. This is Now CBS CBS News News On covers the The Hour world, presented it's nine by o 'clock. Indeed .com. I'm Wendy Gillette in New York. There's a new CBS News poll about how voters view the recent indictment against former president President Donald Donald Trump. Trump. Trump tried to stay CBS in office deputy beyond director his term of elections through and illegal surveys Jennifer and unconstitutional DePinto. means Half the nation and to most most Americans Americans and 54 Democrats in % particular of see them such the series an effort of would indictments mean undermining against democracy. Donald Trump as defending Most democracy and upholding the rule of law. A teen is charged in the killing of dancer Jay Sibley in New discrimination York. not just Lee soldier because Simmons you're black is but with because the NYC you represent Center LGBT for Black and Pride. Constantly the facing fact that are still he on was doing strike nothing in more Los but Angeles dancing and here Orange he County employee did not deserve Jonathan to die. Garrett. We've had the Hotel same workers wage are for the last five years you know and it's time to give us a piece of the pie. Intense bombing in Ukraine hit appears a blood once transfusion again a medical center building and has killed has at come least in three harm's people. way. We've seen it The before BBC's with a James maternity hospital in the besieged city of Mariupol last year. We've seen it at a mental health hospital in Nipro just on the a Japanese few months city of ago. Hiroshima. 78 An estimated years 140 ago today ,000 the U people .S. were killed. dropped an atomic CBS's Lucy Kraft 1945 from when Tokyo. the city was obliterated Hiroshima's in the peace world's bell first marked atomic the moment bomb on attack. August 6, Hiroshima mayor Kazumi Matsui said the rising threat of nuclear weapons around the world underscores was a form of disarmament. in his words Storms the are folly a possibility of in nuclear the Midwest deterrence. today. The Weather Channel He reiterated meteorologist calls Jackie for nuclear Jaris has the been close forecast
"nipro" Discussed on WTOP
"Donald Trump, CBS Deputy Director of Elections and Surveys, Jennifer DePinto. Half the nation believes Trump tried Donald to stay in office beyond his term through illegal and unconstitutional means. And to most Americans, 54 % of them, such an effort would mean undermining democracy. Most Americans and Democrats in particular, see the series of indictments against Donald Trump as defending democracy and upholding the rule of law. A teen is charged in the killing of dancer O 'Shea Lee Soldier Simmons is with the Nation, not just because you're black, but because you represent LGBT and the fact that he was doing nothing more but dancing here. He did not deserve to die. Hotel workers are still on strike in Los Angeles and Orange County. Employee Jonathan Garrett. We've had the same wage for the last years, five you know, and it's time to give us a piece of the pie. Intense bombing in Ukraine hit a blood transfusion center and killed at least three people. The BBC's James Waterhouse. It appears once again a medical building has has come in harm's way. We've seen it before with a maternity hospital in the besieged city of Mariupol last year. We've seen it at a mental health hospital in Nipro just a few months ago. 78 years ago today the U .S. dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. An estimated 140 ,000 people were killed. CBS's Lucy Kraft from Tokyo. Hiroshima's peace bell marked the moment on August 6, 1945 when the city was obliterated in the world's first atomic bomb attack. Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui said the rising threat of nuclear weapons around the world underscores, his in words, the folly of nuclear deterrence. He
"nipro" Discussed on WTOP
"Case, asked a federal judge for a protective order to limit what Trump can say publicly about the proceedings. They cited concerns Trump might share pretrial evidence and his history of making public statements regarding individuals involved in legal proceedings against him, including this Friday's all cap social media If you go after me, I'm coming after you. Canadian wildfires are still affecting air quality parts in of the country. WCCO TV reporter Jonah Kaplan. More than 5000 fires tearing through Canadian forests, some of which are larger than some US states. That's why we're hurting from this summer of smoke. And just the impact it does have on our kids. Like I even noticed they're coughing more at night. Intense bombing in Ukraine hit a blood transfusion center and killed at least three people. The BBC's James Waterhouse appears once again and medical building has has come in harm's way. it We've seen before with a maternity hospital in the besieged city of Mariupol last year. We've seen it in a mental a health hospital in Nipro just a few months ago. There's legal wrangling over state a abortion law. Here is correspondent Robert Costa. In Texas there is widespread uncertainty following judicial a ruling on the state's abortion ban. On Friday a Texas judge ruled the ban restricted pregnant women with serious health problems. It said doctors must be allowed to treat them without fear of criminal charges. However the was ruling immediately blocked with an appeal to the state supreme court. Something called adultification bias is affecting how black girls are treated in many areas. CBS's Christopher Cruz explains. Researchers at Georgetown University in Washington DC say girls of color are often treated differently because some adults look at minority children as if they are more mature than they actually are. Girls of color are consistently punished and punished more harshly than their white peers because they're seen as older and less innocent than they are. This affects them in schools, hospitals A and in the juvenile gymnastics star returns to competition. Two years after announcing a time out in her spectacular career area. At the Tokyo Olympics, Simone Biles has returned to competition in suburban Chicago and there was no disappointment for her fans before time Olympic gold medalist dazzled them with her sky -high tumbling and oh yes by winning the competition by a wide margin. This is CBS News. Staples stores provide innovative products and services for small business, remote workers and learners, even teachers and parents. Explore more at your local Staples store. 703 on Sunday morning, August the 6th. We're at 71 degrees in the nation's capital. Temperatures 90s today. Good morning everyone. I'm Dan Ronan. Thanks for joining us here on WTOP. These are the top stories we're following this hour.
"nipro" Discussed on WTOP
"Serhii Lysak of the Nipro -Ketros region writes on Telegram The strike involving cruise missiles hit a five -story residential building which was engulfed in fire. devastation The in President Volodymyr Zelensky's hometown Karivaya Ria is the latest bloodshed in Russia's war in Ukraine as Ukrainian forces are mounting counter -offensive operations using Western -supplied firepower try to to drive out the Russians. The aerial assault is the latest barrage of strikes by Russian forces, targeting regions Ukraine of overnight. I'm Charles Dilezma. A bipartisan group of US lawmakers asking the Biden administration to punish South Africa for its alleged support of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. In a letter published in the New York Times, the lawmakers are asking an important trade meeting set to happen in South Africa to be moved to another country. The lawmakers also write that South Africa's aid to Russia, including allegedly supplying Moscow with weapons, calls into question its eligibility to receive trade benefits from the US. We've been hearing a lot lately about alleged Chinese efforts to set up a spy base in but just 90 miles from the US. The US has finally acknowledged those reports about China's efforts and however it suggests there is no reason to be alarmed. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the US realized what China was doing in terms of trying to get bases in certain foreign countries, but to came the realization that the US wasn't making enough progress to shut them down or to stop them or to impede them. So he said what they've done is they've engaged the governments that are considering hosting these bases by China. They've exchanged information and he says they believe they've actually slowed down China's efforts to get these bases in certain places like Cuba. That's WTOV National Security correspondent JJ Green. Actor Treat Williams has died after being involved in a motorcycle crash yesterday. The 71 -year -old had appeared in more than 120 TV and film roles. Treat Williams was known for movies like Hair and Once Upon a Time in America. And always one step right behind you, TV shows like Blue Bloods and Everwood. And a surprise disaster. Williams lived in Vermont. State police say an SUV turning left into a parking lot in Dorset collided with Williams' motorcycle, was which thrown he from. He was wearing a helmet. The driver who had his turn signal on had minor injuries and investigation continues. Williams is survived by wife and fellow actor Pam Van Sant and two children. I'm Julie Walker. Coming up in top our stories, former President Trump is set to make his first court appearance today in a historic criminal case. Inflation is cooling. We'll have the latest on the Labor Department's May Consumer Price Index report. And yes, bear another is on the loose in our area,
"nipro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You can find that on Apple, Spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts. You can find out what's happening on the markets right now from Karen Moscow with the Bloomberg Business Flash. Karen. Alright Nathan, thanks. Well, futures, they pretty remain much little change this morning. NASDAQ futures seeing a little bit of strength now up about a tenth of a percent or fifteen points. The DAX in Germany is extending its gains. It's up a third of a percent. Ten -year treasury down 230 seconds, yield 3 .80 percent. They yield on the two -year 4 .56 percent. NYMEX crude oil is up 1 percent, up 72 cents. It's $73 .26 a barrel. COMEX gold up a tenth of a percent or $2 .30 at $19 .60 .70 an ounce. The euro 1 728 against the dollar. British pound is at 1 .2460. They end at 139 .79 and watching Bitcoin this morning up two -tenths of a percent. It's at around $26 hundred dollars. That's a Bloomberg Business Flash. Now here's Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world. Karen, you. thank Smoke from hundreds of Canadian wildfires continues to engulf the eastern U .S., impacting tens of millions of Americans. New York City the hardest hit, still registering the worst air quality of any major city in the world. Clean drinking water is a major concern of U .N. humanitarian officials assessing the crisis in southern Ukraine after the collapse of a dam and electric plant. Thousands have been forced to flee their homes along the Nipro River. In the baseball, Yankees were trying to play a doubleheader today. After last night's game, hosting the White Sox was canceled due to air quality. The Mets lost along with the Red Sox, Nationals and Orioles. The A's and Giants won. NBA Finals, the Nuggets beat the Heat to take a two games to one lead in the series. Global News 24 hours a powered day, by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg. Now
"nipro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For The White House, Trump says he's retiring the crooked nickname. He used on Hillary Clinton and will now be using it against Joe Biden. During a campaign event in New Hampshire on Friday, the former president rallied against Biden claiming there's never been anyone in the history of American politics quote so crooked or dishonest. Trump's attacks on the president come days after Biden announced that he's running for reelection. Former president Trump is suggesting he could sign legislation banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy if he's elected president, Brian shook has the very latest. In an interview with WM UR in New Hampshire, Trump was asked if he'd signed the federal abortion ban proposed by South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham, Trump said he would look at it and is considering a lot of different options. He said he would get something done on abortion where everyone is going to be very satisfied. Trump faced backlash from anti abortion groups recently for his position that abortion restrictions should be left up to individual states and not the federal government. A bill that would allow Ron DeSantis to remain governor of Florida while also running for president is heading to his desk for approval on Friday, Florida's Republican controlled House passed the bill on a party line vote of 76 to 34, previously the state's election law said anyone running for an office must step down from the position they hold when they are officially a candidate. If the Santa signs the bill, it would create an exception for officials running for president or vice president. And at least 25 people are dead after the most recent bout of Russian air strikes in Ukraine, there were 23 victims including four children killed when a missile destroyed an apartment building in the city of Uman on Friday, a woman and her toddler were also killed in nipro. Russian officials claimed the military had targeted army reserve units, and that's the latest, I'm Jim Forbes. New York City council members are working to better serve newly arriving immigrant workers, Natalie migliore, has the latest. Lawmakers like gel brewer are concerned over how difficult it is for new arrivals to obtain a New York City identity card, noting the lack of appointments at offices across the city. There's so many other issues that these amazing families have. The least in New York City can do is offer an ID. ID NYC representatives say walk an appointments are now available for applicants, explaining demand impacts how fast a submission is processed. Council members worry idea NYC is understaffed, but those who testified say they're comfortable with the number of employees they have working. I'm Natalie. Wall Street is ending the month of April on a high note, all three major indexes ended the month in the green, the Dow finished April with its best month since January, Charter Communications was one of the day's biggest gainers climbing up by 7%. Meantime, first republic bank was the session's biggest loser shedding more than 40%. A bill is being introduced that would give California teachers a 50% pay raise by the year 2030. Julie Ryan has the very latest. The lawmaker behind the bill spoke at the state capitol Thursday. It's clear that if we here in the state of California want world class schools, we need to pay teachers and essential school staff what they deserve. That's assemblyman Al murrah Suu Kyi. He adds that many teachers are unable to afford to live in the communities where they work. Data shows that teachers earn 23.5% less than their similarly educated peers. The rays would happen over the next 7 years, and he hopes it will not only help with the ongoing teacher shortage, but also encourage more people to become educators. I'm Julie Ryan. And California is approving a rule to end the sale of diesel trucks in the state by 2036, including owners having their trucks be electric or zero emission by 2042. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update, National Football League is always in season. It's the NFL Draft from Kansas City round two three four continuing on a Friday as a giants beef up offensively. Joining first round pick cornerback Deontay banks from Maryland is second rounder, the center John Michael Schmidt's from Minnesota, then they add a whiteout Jalen Hyatt from Tennessee with their third round pick looking for a return trip to the postseason. Jets, they're just trying to get to the postseason. They have a guy with plenty of experience now that they picked up the quarterback Aaron Rodgers from Green Bay. They added a center from his former home state there in Wisconsin, Joe tippman, he played for the badgers. He's their second round pick. Jets did not have a third round selection. NHL playoffs, the islanders season is over they lose in 6 games on Long Island. No game 7 they were beaten two to one in overtime by the Carolina hurricanes. It was Paul stastny who buried the game winner. We'll see plenty of the canes and ex couple of weeks as they're sitting in a waiting the winner of the rangers and Devils series currently that stilted three to two for New Jersey, game 6 at Madison Square Garden at 8 o'clock on Saturday. Florida, meanwhile, they force a game 7 back in Boston with a 7 5 victory. Basketball, not many expected the Knicks to have home court advantage being a 5 seed. That's what they'll have, though, they welcome the 8th seed Miami Heat led by Jimmy Butler who ousted top seed and Milwaukee game one Sunday at MSG at 1 o'clock. Baseball, Yankees lose 5 two at the ballpark in Arlington to the rangers, Clark Schmidt falls to zero and three and ERA just short of 7. Robbie Grossman, a big home run, no Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron judge for the Yankees. Metz, they lost a four nothing decision in 5 innings in a rain shortened game at Citi Field Matt Olson the reason why 433 foot blast for the division leading braves. That's now fall three games
Ukraine: Mother and daughter killed in Dnipro strike by Russia
"Original governor sir hi Lisa says a strike on the Ukraine city of nipro has killed a 31 year old woman and her two year old daughter. Emergency workers tackle fires caused by the attack which struck a house and a business property and also left others wounded. It's among more than 20 cruise missiles and two drones fired by Russia at Ukraine early on Friday. The bombardments, nowhere near the war's sprawling front lines or active combat zones in eastern Ukraine, where a grinding war of attrition has taken hold. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"nipro" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis
"Okay. And on the Taos south. So I'm still burning away by how good your English is. I think it's terrific. You can meet borscht with fish without meat. So south is Black Sea. As a coast, as of Kissimmee, and there is a big big river. It's nipro. And a small river and small Lake with different types of fish. And everybody knows that Ukraine is famous for its wheat. So agriculture dominating in the south and there are grown watermelon beetroot onion, sunflowers, and different kinds of vegetables. And most of Ukrainian, it's different landscape and it's also different little bit culinary heritage as there are forests, and it's really green place. And the rest of Ukraine, its mountain, west, it's Poland and in the east, we have horrible neighbors. Indeed. And our country before war contained 40 million people. So across that population, there are lots of different food traditions. Of course. But one of the things that you and I talked about is this very common thing that you called it the practice of gardening. People grow stuff in the houses in their back gardens, a bit like we might have a few people here with allotments, but you're saying there, it's really common, everybody does it. If they can. Yeah, grow in everything. Growing potato growing carrots on if Ukrainian people have absolutely small part of land, be sure this is people will be growing up only on ordeal or something. There is this connection that you might go and live in the city as a student or you go and live with your family and live in urban life, but there is still this connection that will tradition that you would if your family have this plot of land, go back at different times in the season to help them cultivate it.
"nipro" Discussed on WTOP
"Raise the corporate tax rate impose a new wealth tax on America's richest families and increase rates on married couples earning over 450,000 a year. The budget allows the president to contrast his plans with Republicans. They want to cut tax for the wealthy and large corporations. House speaker Kevin McCarthy calls the Biden budget completely unserious. Stephen portnoy CBS News Washington. Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley is proposing her own reforms to big budget federal programs. I'm Steve Dorsey in Washington. We need to fix it. Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley told an Iowa crowd she'd support reforms to social security and Medicare. So the first thing you do is you change the retirement age of the young people coming up. So that we can try and have some sort of system for them. Haley says those benefits should also be limited for the rich. Democrats are supporting raising taxes on the wealthy. The CEO of Norfolk Southern was on Capitol Hill today testifying about that train derailment and east Palestinian Ohio. Helen Shaw apologized saying he is deeply sorry. We've been cooperating fully with the NTSB's investigation. The CEO said so far, there is no indication that those on board the train did anything wrong. The preliminary report found that the Norfolk Southern crew was operating the train below the speed limit and in an approved manner. But he said it's clear the safety mechanisms in place were not enough. He promised improvements. I'm gonna make sure they've got the right training and the right technology. That's CBS is Steve futterman for that report. Well wishes pouring in as set up minority leader Mitch McConnell recovers at a Washington, D.C. hospitals, CBS Nicole, d'antonio. A spokesperson for the Kentucky Republican says he tripped at a local hotel during a private dinner. He has been admitted to the hospital where he is receiving treatment. The 81 year old Republican leader suffered a concussion. A massive Russian missile barrage rained down on sections of Ukraine last night, CBS MTS tie up is in the Ukrainian city of nipro. The far west of the country lviv, which is largely been spared the kind of
"nipro" Discussed on People of the Pod
"There will be survivors of the community, a lot of people will go back. We will rebuild. We will get our demographics back. A lot of people in Ukraine will have already stayed where they're going. There are already a lot of people who have left and after a year their kids got into a school somewhere in Czech Republic or France or Germany. They're not coming back. There will be a lot of people who will have rude somewhere else. Within the community, certain cities Jewish life will die out. What was left of a lugansk Donetsk Jewish communities is gone now. What was left of that jury is gone. There were a lot of Jews in Mario 4000s of Jews, many of them who survived World War II. Certainly the mariupol Jewish community has no future, none. Absolutely none. For the obvious reason. The demographics of the Jewish communities have all changed. And we're going to see over time how all this plays out and sorts itself out. A lot of Jews from Odessa went into Moldova and they will come back. A lot of Jews from nipro have been displaced over city has not been touched. And they had the biggest Jewish community of 65, 70,000 Jews in nipro. And the wealthiest Jewish community and the best finance, synagogues, I actually went before the battle of sever donesk. I went and I asked the rabbi of new pro for his blessing because I knew it was going to be a bloodbath. I didn't really want to die, so, you know, he'll try anything once, right? And it worked. Proofs in the pudding, I'm still here. He's done tremendous work in order to help Jewish communities there. One of the interesting parts of this is that little Jewish communities that have been ethnically cleansed by the Holocaust, which were on their way to dying, which did not have enough Jews in order to reproduce on a long timeline. In western Ukraine, now because of the influx of Jews from other parts of the country from the south especially, and from the east, now have enough Jews in order for them to continue on. I don't know if anyone knows the numbers, and it's too early to say, places like vive had a couple of hundred Jews. They now have several thousand. There are at least three or four minor towns that I can think of in western Ukraine, which were historically Jewish towns, which did not after the Holocaust after Soviet impulsive and immigration have enough of a Jewish population in order to have a robust community hundred years from now. They now do. Now that is a mixed blessing, right? But the demographics of Jews inside Ukraine have changed tremendously just to the demographics of everything in Ukraine as gen tremendously when 40% of a population have moved from one place to another. 8 million refugees, something like 25 to 40% of a country, IDPs, lots of Jews from my part of Ukraine from the south, moved to west, Ukraine. And those communities now, they're temporary, but nothing is permanent as a temporary solution as the saying goes, right? I think China which never had the opportunity I really love the journalist Jewish community and they're great and the rabbi and the head of communities are wonderful men. It did not seem to me the three or four times that I visited before the war journalists were my families from that this is a city that has enough Jews or Jewish institutional life to continue in 50 years.
"nipro" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"To Ukraine virtually here with Bobby, you'll have to tell me how to pronounce your last name again. We had a lot of C, I'd probably that'll probably be the last time I'd say it just goes all mispronounce it over and over again. But you are a born and raised in Ukraine. Yes. Nice. And you are currently the stake president in what city of Ukraine are you in? So the stake is called harker Ukraine's take. And the stake has, it includes 6 big cities. And I'm in Syria called nipro. This is where the main head office of the state is in this war. I'm representing. And maybe you don't know the exact number. How many stakes are there in Ukraine? One need to give sick and heart attack. And so how far away are you from Keith? Probably 5 hours drive my car. It's like 500 kilometers or nice 400 miles. And that's where the closest temple is, right? Yes. Nice. So obviously, at this time, we're in December of 2022. And all eyes of the world seem to be on Ukraine with all the war happening there and whatnot. I mean, what can you tell us as far as what's the current state of life like right now in December of 2022 for a Ukrainian? So it really depends on where you live. Because the war mostly actual the actual battlefield is on the eastern and eastern southern part of Ukraine. The western part, the Central Park, north part is safe. Maybe not the north part by Kyiv, where it's close to Belarus, which is also our enemy. They support Russia and provide the territory to Russian forces to shoot rockets while drugs. So we consider them as our enemies as well. Yeah, sure. Yeah, so the safest part is western Ukraine. A little bit of the south. So it really depends on where you live. I live close to the eastern part of the Ukraine close to vignette. Maybe you've heard this region city, which is like the most dramatic. Rise zero. There is right now, because it's all happened there in back in 2014. So generally speaking, it depends on where you live. My city is quite deep. So we're 1 million people live here. It's the biggest city in Ukraine. And basically here, it's fine with regular normal life. We drive cars. We go to the cinema and we go to the grocery stores and schools are online, getting gardens are working. So basically it's like normal life that we had before the war. But with some small sign of the war because sometimes every hour is a day Russian troops, they launch rockets into the city. So we have to hide in the basement or in the bomb shelter somewhere. So we have to adjust our life according to this dramatic situation. If we're talking about western power Ukraine, like we've, which is the closest biggest city to Poland to the border with Poland, it's almost like nothing has gone on there. Again, besides the rockets, but the life is much easier observed because people don't feel this burden of the war. Like the city's or countryside the close to the actual battlefield. Part of the war, part of Ukraine. So that's some more questions as far as just leading in the church and whatnot. But during a time of war like this for your country. But let's go back to put you into context a little bit because those that aren't seeing the video interview of this in Utah and the United States at stake presidents generally got a little gray hair and an elderly statesman maybe. You're a young guy. How old are you? I'm 29 currently. 29. Oh wow. And so where did you serve your mission? In my city in nipro, nice. Yeah, so it was a little bit different. I was called as a full-time missionary in 2014. And when the war just started, so originally I from city called har give. Which is 40 kilometers away from the border with Russia. The city is part of harker state right now. This is the original name of the state hard case state. This is where it's coming from. So I was born in her GIF and my city was part of the commission, which is the region, is occupied by Russians since 2014. So when I applied my documents to become a full-time missionary, I applied my documents through the commission that time. And when I got my mission call that part of Ukraine was already occupied. So I have to transfer my documents to Kyiv steak and I was called from Kia steak. They would need permission, which is it time was another mission. So I kind of I was called to serve in neighbor mission. And so after that I went there and I served two years in this area. And ended up staying here after my mission. Oh wow. Nice. So you're not originally from this area, but you got called to serve as a missionary there and then shortly after your mission went back to live there. Yeah, so my original city archive is only 150 kilometers away from nipro. So it's very close cities and my grandmother she lives. Here, so my entire life, I traveled here to visit here. And so basically I'm familiar with the city. But yeah, I was called to serve here. Interesting. Nice. And born and raised in the church? I wasn't born in church. I was raised at church, so my family met measures when I was three. In 1996 and season time basically I wrote the church. So.
"nipro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of returning South Korea to nuclear power generation at Baxter with more from a Bloomberg newsroom in San Francisco. Yeah, Doc, this is a total separation from the previous administration used comments at a summit in the United Arab Emirates as serving to underline its efforts to get to carbon neutral by 2050. He says returning to a nuclear power will help the country get there, his address was business as well as he wants to line up a UAE for lucrative maintenance contracts on nuclear reactors and future contracts and nuclear power as well. Hong Kong's top judge is defended the independence of the judiciary amid international criticism of deteriorating legal freedoms onto the national security law. Judge Andrew Chung says Hong Kong judges only rule according to the laws before them. He says they've avoided political and personal views clouding their judgment and should ignore any criticism that they have not. It is a federal holiday in the United States says the nation celebrates the dream of Martin Luther King at a breakfast in Washington, D.C. this morning, president Joe Biden says sometimes you have to look back to actually look forward. Doctor king's life and legacy in my view show us the way forward. We just have to look back. We got to be prepared. Yeah, he says, the time for new decisions now. This is a time for choosing. What we choose democracy over autocracy or community over chaos, lower hate, these are the questions of our time. I'll show what the breakfast this morning, former House speaker Nancy Pelosi. We want people to survive. We want them to succeed. But what we want them to do is to have transformation in our society for them. And that's what doctor king talked about. Her Pelosi says a sense of urgency to find doctor king's dream remains. UK teachers have joined nurses and plans to escalate their dispute with prime minister Rishi sunak, the two groups plan to strike an England and Wales next month as unions remain at loggerheads with the government over below inflation pay deals. The teachers union has voted 90% in favor of labor action. Search teams have retrieved the flight data and cockpit voice recorders of the passenger jet that crashed into Paul authorities believe all 72 people on board were killed. Ukrainian emergency crews are sifting through what was left of an apparent building and nipro. They're saying that Russian military killed 40 people, they say it's among the deadliest attacks on Ukrainian civilians since the summer. And New York mayor Eric Adams has taken a trip to El Paso, Texas this weekend to get a firsthand look at the migrant crisis, New York has seen busloads come into the city, which he says is a large challenge as well as the spirit. We've always
"nipro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Nuclear power generation. At Baxter with global news in the 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco Ed. Yeah, that's right, Brian, June's comments said a summit in the United Arab Emirates is serving to underline its efforts to get to carbon neutral by 2050. He says returning to nuclear power will help the country get there. His address was a business as well as he wants to line up the UAE for lucrative maintenance contracts and future contracts in nuclear power. Hong Kong's top judge has defended the independence of the judiciary amid international criticism of deteriorating legal freedoms under the national security law, judge Andrew Chung says that Hong Kong judges only rule according to the laws before them. He says they've avoided political and personal views clouding their judgments and should ignore any criticism that they have not. It is a federal holiday in the United States and as a nation celebrates the dream of Martin Luther King. A breakfast in Washington, D.C. this morning, president Joe Biden says, sometimes you have to look back to actually be able to look forward. Doctor king's life and legacy in my view show us the way forward. We just have to look back. We got to be prepared. And he says the time for new decisions now. This is a time for choosing. But we choose democracy over autocracy or community over chaos, lower hate, these are the questions of our time. Yeah, also at the breakfast this morning, former House speaker, Nancy Pelosi. We want people to survive. We want them to succeed. But what we want them to do is to have transformation in our society for them. And that's what doctor king talked about. Yeah, Pelosi says a sense of urgency to find that doctor king's dream really remains. UK teachers have joined nurses and plans to escalate their dispute with prime minister Rishi sunak, the two groups planned to strike in England and Wales next month as unions remain at loggerheads with the government over below inflation pay deals. The teachers union has voted 90% in favor of the labor action the first strike will affect 23,400 schools in February 1st separately nurses announcing further industrial action of February 6th and 7th and have accused the government of refusing to negotiate a better pay deal. Search teams have retrieved the flight data and cockpit voice recorders of the passenger jet that crashed into Paul authorities believe all 72 people died and Ukrainian emergency crews are sifting through what's left of an apartment building in nipro. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, and this
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"20 minutes before the top of the hour, we update markets all throughout the day here on Bloomberg radio. Asian stocks are trading slightly higher now, the MSCI Asia Pacific index has rallied about two tenths of 1%. We're up more than 1% in Tokyo, the ASX 200 up about a tenth of 1%, solid performance in New Zealand as well, it cost me a laggard today trading down about a quarter of 1%. The China reopening story is really starting to hold sway now with more and more asset managers, Citi global wealth sees another 20% of upside for Chinese shares. Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs see about 10%. Bloomberg intelligence says the relaunch of Dede's apps in China supports the position that reforms in the tech sector could be coming to an end. And Bloomberg intelligence says that Tencent and Alibaba will likely benefit. Although we hinted at this story about didi yesterday with our coverage of the media, the outside media, I didn't seem to really be in the price yesterday because we had Tencent trading lower in the market yesterday, Alibaba was up about 6 tenths of a percent. We'll see how that moves today. Meantime, the financial news in China says the housing market would gradually stabilize this year, developers financing conditions, according to the paper, keep improving. And the MSCI all country world index was little changed earlier after posting the biggest advance in the first two weeks in data going back to 1988. Briefly, the yield on the ten year at 3.51%, Dolly yen, one 28 46, and that is a check of markets. Let's get the top news stories making headlines with Ed Baxter in San Francisco. Your wish is my command, Brian, Ukrainian emergency crews are sifting through what is left of an apartment building in nipro. They're saying that the Russian military killed 40 people, Italy has finally corralled its most wanted Italy's number one fugitive Matteo Messina de narrow, convicted, mafia boss. China says France is supporting its COVID policy, Japan is holding its first joint air military exercises with India mid worries about China's assertiveness, Japan, South Korea and the U.S. now announcing they will hold trilateral defense talks. South Korean president Yun suk yule has strongly stated his intention of returning South Korea to nuclear power generation and U.S. climate envoy John Kerry says he is backing a UAE decision to appoint the CEO of a state run oil company to preside over the upcoming UN climate negotiations in Dubai. German defense minister Christine lebrun has resigned from Chancellor Olaf scholz's government and UK teachers have joined nurses and plans to escalate their dispute with prime minister Rishi sunak. They have actually scheduled strikes for the first part. First part of February. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg and let's check on
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"For possible defense spending cuts, California Republican, Kevin McCarthy, said there are areas where spending could be more efficient. McCarthy's remarks come as tensions among house GOP members grow over possible defense spending cuts reportedly included in a deal McCarthy struck to win the speakership. The death toll from a residential building strike in Ukraine is now up to 40. The attack happened in the city of nipro on Saturday in the eastern part of the country, meantime 39 people have been rescued, 75 were injured, and 46 are still reported missing. Amazon is parting ways with personality Jeremy Clarkson after comments he made about Meghan Markle, Clarkson makes two shows for Amazon Prime Video, including the grand tour and Clarkson's farm, the presenter recently wrote a column in the sun, where he said he hates Markle and referred to a scene from the Game of Thrones, where the character is forced to strip naked and go on a walk of shame. I'm Lisa Taylor. A majority of chief economists anticipate a global recession this year that's according to a survey released by the World Economic Forum as business and government leaders began to gather for its annual meeting, the percentage who consider a world recession extremely likely more than doubled since September to 18%. Just one third of those surveyed said they think a global recession is unlikely in 2023. Microsoft will begin allowing its U.S. employees to take unlimited time off beginning today. The Washington based company announced its new discretionary time off policy for salaried employees in an email last week. The company will still offer ten corporate holidays, time off for jury duty, and bereavement leave of absence and mental health and sick time to salaried employees. The Giants are heading to Philadelphia to face the eagles after the first playoff win in more than a decade. Natalie migliore has more. The G men are hoping for their first win against the eagles this season and what would also be a divisional win. I want to beat the eagles. I hope we beat Diego's. It's gonna be a tough game. There's a lot of faith in New York QB Daniel Jones to get there after Sunday's game, even though the eagles are first in the NFC east. That was a I would say elite level performance. Philadelphia will have home field advantage when they host the giant Saturday night at the link. Giants fans aren't looking forward. An eagle fan
Death Toll in Apartment Strike Rises to 40
"The death toll has risen to 40 in a Russian strike on an eastern Ukrainian town, and experts are looking again at Moscow's war strategy. According to The Associated Press frontline war crimes project, the reported death toll on an apartment building in the southeast Ukrainian city of nipro makes it the deadliest single attack on Ukrainian civilians since before the summer, residents say the apartment did not house any military facilities. Meanwhile, the institute for the study of war a Washington think tank reports
Rescuers rush to save people buried in rubble of a building destroyed by a Russian missile.
"Russian bombs have killed dozens in a southeastern Ukrainian city. A Ukrainian official says the death toll from the weekend Russian missile strike on an apartment building in nipro has risen to more than 30, while the regional governor says rescuers continue searching through the rubble for more victims, dozens of others are still missing after the Saturday strike about 1700 people lived in the multi story building residents say there were no military facilities at the site the strike comes amid a major barrage of Russian crews missiles across Ukraine. I'm Charles De
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"It'll be interesting to see what happens. I mean, again, it's crazy to think we just had this gear up towards this whole election, two, three months ago, two months ago. And here we are now, and you're on the road again. You're on the road back to the next one. Yeah, what was it, November 8th, was election day this year. Month and a half? Two, three weeks. And you can make the argument that the next election cycle started on November 9th. So Christmas. Yes. This will be your first Christmas without a baby on the way. Yes. Last Christmas. Your last Christmas. Yeah. And you're like, yeah. I'm not going to sleep for you. I got to start. I got to start prepping myself. You got to come up with a better answer. Yeah. Like, oh, I can't wait for Christmas with children. I can not wait. You're like, last one. Well, maybe. We'll see what happens. You know, I'm telling you, it is the best thing ever. Our kids are already geared up for Christmas. I mean, they went to saint Nicholas and went to their celebration at nipro Ukrainian cultural center. And we celebrate both.
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"Now has an edwina a tear up with more on what's going on. Around the world. Good morning, Tom. The Bank of England is boosting its daily guilt auctions as it attempts to reassure markets ahead of its emergency program, ending on Friday. The Central Bank added that the pension funds which were at risk have made substantial progress towards being more resilient. The additional intervention from the Bank of England comes as governor Andrew Bailey and Chancellor quasi quartan head to the IMF's annual gathering in Washington. The prime minister Liz truss is planning to speak directly to rebellious MPs in her cabinet this week, the Chancellor quasi quantang was due to speak at the regular meeting of the 1922 committee, but truss is now expected to replace him on Wednesday, a poorly received tax cutting mini budget and a fractious annual conference have trust fighting, has trust fighting to regain control of her Conservative Party just a month into her premiership. And French president Emmanuel Macron has urged citizens not to panic and to act responsibly after a refinery strike left petrol stations with no fuel in some regions. The transport minister says the government may release additional strategic fuel stocks in a bid to alleviate the type market. A labor strike has hit the country's two biggest refineries affecting almost two thirds of France's capacity. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries, I'm edwina dera, this is Bloomberg, Caroline. Thank you so much, edwina for our top stories this morning. Now I want to talk about the Ukraine wall, Kyiv has been hit by explosions this morning as we've been reporting. This comes two days after an attack on a key bridge between Crimea and Russia, air raid alerts have also been activated across Ukraine with additional reports of explosions in Odessa de nipro leviev, president Putin says that Ukraine is responsible for the bridge attack and he's meeting with his Security Council today as hardliners in Russia have renewed cause for more decisive action in the conflict while Bloomberg's Maria todayo has been speaking exclusively with the European commissioner for budget and administration on what's going on in the war and that is Johannes Hahn. He says that the attacks will not deter European support from Ukraine. There he said moment, I know this country, I know all these places. So many of these places to see how the disruption, it's a nightmare. But it's another example. And I would really like to use this opportunity to assure Ukrainian people that we stand on the side and we will do everything to support them and working hard to guarantee the financial support for Ukraine, at least for the next year. In order to finance the running costs during the war, helping them, whatever is needed really not only to survive, but finally to win the war. To win the war. And of course, you mentioned something very important. The cost of this, it's a running cost. It's not just a one off. How does your budget feed into this then? Well, this is not something we can finance out of the ordinary budget. It has to be financed externally. That's why I'm in an exchange with our member states. I'm confident there is a great understanding amongst the leaders. We have to do it. We have to do it in a structured, predictable automatic way. And I'm confident that we can get it very soon. At least, to the issue Ukrainians on this side that support is there. And commissioner Hahn, it's clear that Russia is the aggressor, Ukraine is a country being aggressive, but some of the ramifications of the sanctions, which of course you say you support are felt by Europeans. You see it on the energy bills. You see it on the cost of living pretty much on a weekly basis. There's a lot of debate in Brussels in terms of how to attend to this energy crisis and potentially this economic crisis. In your view, what is the response? What does the solidarity joint response to it look like? Well, first, nobody denies that this is a war and a correction of Russia. They have caused all the problems. It's about territorial some of energy. They are defending also our values. So helping them means also defending us. And therefore, of course, we are affected. We are hit by this look at the energy prices inflation. Everything. But the end of the day, it will help Europe to say return stronger than before, because now we have to invest in something. We considered already important before the war, meaning green transition strategic autonomy in terms of our economy, et cetera. So it's unfortunately a kind of boost, and we will stand it. And of course, it's not easy currently, but at the end of the day, I'm very confident that, again, we return stronger than before, and we will give an example to the entire world. So that was Maria tere deo speaking to the European commissioner for budget and administration, Johannes Hahn, rockets of hit Kyiv, after Vladimir Putin is blamed Ukraine for
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"I just don't think I feel comfortable I have to be completely hedged So I don't know And I would as I said well you've got to go find a hedge And some of this stuff finding edges that right now that makes sense is so difficult We're not going to explain it We're doing a complete jargon show today Exactly But Paul seriously here if you say to yourself I don't want to go into the weekend well maybe that's somebody with a one hour or one day time frame but maybe you don't want to go into the weekend with a three week or three month time frame You will then you've got gajillion under management What do you do here You just have to look to the other side here so we'll certainly try to do that I pretty good Thanks so much for joining us with a chat with you soon as well But that's a killer charts this week Yeah yeah Yeah in the afternoon I open them right up as soon as they hit my mind She's a beverage of her choice And she starts talking logarithms at bars Oh is that right Clears it out Another way to put it Exactly right So we're looking at the markets here Tom you know certainly a weight to the tape here as we like to say S&P and the Dow off about 1% same thing for NASDAQ I'm looking at the oil again Tom crude oil moves higher here WTI crude oil at $111 50 cents a barrel up .3 .5% just amazing And then the Euro I know you were calling out the Euro in the last hour here Certainly has so up there 1.09 on your Euro here So we're seeing it in the marketplace There is angst out there Tom about how this plays out And I think this weekend may prove to be pretty interesting There's a news flow Yeah we've got to get to the Asia opening Sunday let's call it 7 p.m. maybe 6 p.m. as well In the correlations here are so odd in speak to the war there's no question about it So what do we look at A global Wall Street always you look at gold It's just ancient And of course Russia has believed that Russia has a huge deposit of gold But in the currency markets these pairs and pairs that are associated are important So the pros this morning are looking at Euro dollar breaking down one ten one O 9 stunningly moments ago through to a one O 8 XX And then as you look at Euro dollar you look at Euro Swiss E as well And that is shown strong Swiss truly back to where we were in 2000 15 The Euro Swiss is what you professionals look at right John Ferrell So much Exactly He schooled me on the Euro Swiss he there and it's very interesting to see here I'm looking at the DXY index just the dollar index and we see that materially higher today at 98 spot Let's call it .8 I'll round up a little bit on the DXY index The vix pulls really explodes here We've got 33 spot 7 7 All right let's get to Margaret Brennan because there is so much to talk about here And we talk about Margaret Brennan Yes she is the moderator of face nation on CBS News But today she's also the network senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret what do you make of the news flow coming out of Ukraine over the past ten days and how are you going to frame that in your Sunday show face the nation This is such a huge story We're going to have Ukraine's ambassador to the United States join us again on the program to share with us what her government is asking for what is reasonable at this point because all the requests for intervention have been shot down by the United States and western powers NATO this morning saying again no fly zone is off the table And yet what we are hearing is just horrific intent with the U.S. assessing that a Russian occupation would involve camps being set up to send in Ukrainian leaders And activists and dissidents So we'll get the latest from her our reporters on the ground will also have an important conversation with the IMF director to talk about the spillover economic impact of what's happening right now Wheat prices as you know spiking What does that mean long term to the stability of places in the Middle East for example that are highly dependent on those sources Within this Margaret with Christian and garga I mean that speaks volumes about the multi ally in multi alliance approach to this against mister Putin but what it really speaks to is how linked is The White House to all going on in Europe Now blink mister blinken is over there on a Kissinger like tour right now What's his goal Good question Because diplomatically it doesn't seem like there is anything real being negotiated at the table between Ukraine and Russia There is the request to create these and honor these humanitarian corridors to allow for civilians to exit and that may be as a result of all the international scrutiny and pressure including the opening of investigation at the International Criminal Court But for secretary blinken a lot of this is trying to deal with the refugees I know he is headed to the region where over a million people already flow out of Ukraine Margaret do we know is there a sense in Washington what mister Putin really wants here and what he realistically believes he can achieve Well what you hear from U.S. officials is look let's start taking Vladimir Putin at his work which he's been saying for decades now which is he does not believe Ukraine deserves to be an independent country He doesn't recognize them as an independent or distinct people and that the democracy that they have set up is something that he thinks he can overpower successfully through the use of force So if they're taking him at his word and then they are sharing the U.S. intelligence about what his intent is there then now there is this growing concern that he won't stop at the nipro river that he will move into western Ukraine's potentially get close to the Polish border and that is what puts the chill down the spine of NATO leaders Margaret thank you so much Margaret Brennan leading fascination see it on the CBS television network here at Bloomberg radio 2 p.m. in New York Washington Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston newbury port quickly with our news in 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