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"The eyes of experts gives you a better view Can we both give ourselves boosters and make sure the rest of the world gets vaccinated And if Bloomberg our market vision is 2020 So let's talk about the paying trade I am shocked by the moves that we're seeing in the rates market Inflation debate continues Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business happened Bloomberg radio dot com Broadcasting 24 hours a day Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business act This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Pfizer is expected to ask the FDA for authorization for its COVID vaccine booster for those ages 16 and 17 CNN reported the development Monday as scientists world wide race to find out more about the new omicron variant The Pfizer COVID booster is currently only authorized for use in those over the age of 18 and people must have had their second dose of the vaccine at least 6 months ago President Biden is talking with CEOs and other business leaders about supply chain gridlock and holiday shopping Consumer spending has recovered to where it was before the pandemic During a White House photo op Biden said he's very pleased about the cooperation between business and labor in dealing with supply chain bottlenecks at U.S. ports The Senate is blocking ending debate on a sweeping defense policy Bill amid a deadlock on allowing votes for potential changes to the legislation The body voted 45 to 51 to end the debate on the national defense authorization act Monday evening Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell along with 46 other Republicans and 5 Democrats voted against wrapping up the debate The two teens accused of killing their Spanish teacher in southeast Iowa will go to trial on murder charges in the spring Brock Wilson reports 16 year olds Jeremy good ale and Willard Miller are both pleading not guilty to first degree murder They're accused of murdering Fairfield high school Spanish teacher noema graver earlier this month After the teens appeared in court this morning the Jefferson county attorney's office says a jury trial is tentatively set for April 19th The judge in the case is still considering a request to lower the teens bonds They're currently in jail on $1 million bond each Tiger Woods says he won't play on the PGA Tour full time ever again Woods is still recovering from his horrific single car crash in California last February He recently told golf digest he'll probably just pick and choose a few events a year moving forward I'm Brian shook Georgia law enforcement agencies say they're having a tough time filling positions for police officers rossia Rivera reports Police agencies across the state say less and less people are applying to be law enforcement officers They're also struggling to keep the workforce they do have Many officers have left the force due to retirement and some have resigned due to the fallout from the death of George Floyd which spawned protests and were scrutiny of police According to the Georgia peace officer standards and training council more than 1100 police have retired this year already Fewer officers are also receiving new certification and some are letting certifications lapse or be removed Some agencies have stepped up recruitment efforts and are implementing higher signing bonuses to help attract more officers I'm rose Sierra there A death row inmate in Alabama who survived and execution attempt three years ago has died of cancer The lawyer for 64 year old Doyle ham says the convicted murderer died early Sunday due to complications from lymphoma and was sentenced to death in 1987 after he killed Patrick Cunningham as he was working at a motel in Coleman north of Birmingham The state of Alabama attempted to execute him by lethal injection in 2018 but he survived after the prison spent two and a half hours trying to find a vein New York congressman Tom swazi announces he's running for governor Lisa G reports The news comes after swazi turned down mayor elect Eric Adams offer for a job in his administration noting his best way to help New York City would be through elected office He now joins a growing field of Democrats looking to challenge current governor Cathy hogel They include state attorney general tish James and New York City public advocate jumani Williams Swazi was also the former mayor of glencoe Miriam Webster's word of the year is vaccine It comes as no surprise as the potential to end a pandemic also became politically charged as a debate over personal freedom Interest in the word grew with lookups online spiking more than 600% I'm Bryan shook And I'm Brian curtiss in Los Angeles Let's check this hour to stop business stories and the markets Asian stocks and U.S. equity futures have advanced I'll have details for you in a moment China's factory sent him an improved in November as the impact of a power crunch subsided The official manufacturing PMI rose to 50.1 it's the first time in three months that it topped 50 and thus was in expansionary mode The estimate was just 49.7 Sun city has dropped 40% in Hong Kong trading The company said its business and operations will be adversely affected If it loses the financial support from CEO Alvin Chao Chao was detained over the weekend on allegations of cross border gambling illegal gaming and money laundering and that's after expecting the company's business by investors to be adversely affected again the stock down some 40% Some of the other gaming companies though like sands or upon and a half percent galaxy up a little under 1% Japan's factory production edged up in October following a three month slide It adds to some signs that the global supply chain crunch may have been easing before the emergence of the omicron variant of the virus overall production 1.1% higher from September and falls in chemicals and steel limited the gains endless had expected an increase of 1.9% Let's check the markets now I mentioned some solid gains than he came at three quarters of 1% in Australia the main index in Sydney up 1.1% But the hanxing index is down 1.2% while the tax in Taiwan has put on 9 tenths of 1% Global news 24 hours a day and live on Bloomberg quick tape Brought to you by 2700 journalists and analysts in a 120 countries In Los Angeles I'm Brian Curtis This is.
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"Is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update At least 8 people are dead Some possibly trampled to death after a crowd rushed the stage at a Houston festival last night KTRK and Houston says members of a sold out crowd got out of control when rapper Travis Scott was joined on stage by hip hop star Drake and a surprise appearance Attendees had overtaken security earlier jumping over barricades and each other as security tried to stop them from just running into the park Police say 17 were taken to a hospital including 11 suffering cardiac arrest A 16 year old boy who's been charged in the murder of an Iowa high school Spanish teacher is reportedly now admitting he helped to conceal her death Documents filed in Iowa district court reportedly say William Miller told police he was at the park where the teacher was killed and that he helped cover up the crime The body of noema graver was found under a tarp at chautauqua park in Fairfield Tuesday with an apparent head injury The U.S. House has passed a bipartisan infrastructure Bill The vote was two 28 to two O 6 lawmakers approved at $1.2 trillion measure late last night 13 Republicans voting with most Democrats in approving the bill that's already passed the Senate they've now headed to President Biden's desk Brian chuck has a story out of Brazil a man was eaten by piranhas while trying to escape from a swarm of bees A Brazilian news outlet reports the 30 year old was fishing with friends last week when the bees attacked firefighters found him near the shore and told the outlet his face and other body parts were destroyed Authorities are trying to figure out if the man drowned before being eaten or if he couldn't swim away from the carnivorous fish The U.S. economy added 531,000 jobs in October pushing down the unemployment rate of 4.6% last month from 4.8 in September Speaking of The White House yesterday President Biden touted his economic policies saying they are working and that a recovery from the COVID pandemic is not happening by accident I'm Scott Carr Prosecutors in New York are convening a second grand jury and their ongoing investigation into the finances of the Trump organization Companies CFO Alan weisselberg already faces tax fraud charges No Manhattan DA Cy Vance has thought to be considering additional charges Three separate probes have been looking into whether the Trump organization misled officials regarding its tax reporting Trump himself was not charged A candidate in the Texas governor's race is speaking out after a heated exchange over face masks Cindy mccurdy has more Republican candidate for governor Allen west has responded to questions about an altercation where he pulled a mask off a person that he says yelled at him at DFW airport You need to respect me as an individual and my decisions And do not verbally a cost me or assault me and call me out of names First of all you need to know that I have the right to make the decisions about my body He says the man called him an idiot for not wearing a mask as required by federal regulation inside airports Wes says in his words he flicked the man's mask off and mocked the man for wearing one West was hospitalized with COVID last month It seems issues with the rapid COVID test led to a number of false positives this week at the New York Giants team facility Lab tests were given after 13 players and personnel originally tested positive Only running back to coach Burton burns retested as positive The NFL and bio reference labs are now working to figure out what's causing the false positives Team facilities.