35 Burst results for "One Million Barrels"

Oil Rally Stumbles On OPEC Uncertainty

BTV Simulcast

00:20 sec | 3 d ago

Oil Rally Stumbles On OPEC Uncertainty

"After a major sell off overnight. We're just short of $63 a barrel RBC, saying that the Saudis are going to signal on March end to their one million barrel per the output cut. Just in the last few moments. We also had another call out from and said they're looking at potentially 750,000 barrels a day that could be taken out. So we wait to

U.N. Gets OK to Aid Crippled Yemen Tanker

UN News

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

U.N. Gets OK to Aid Crippled Yemen Tanker

"Yemen. Permission has been given for the un to access and expect a rusting supertanker. That was abandoned off the coast five years ago with more than one million barrels of oil on board the development follows agreement in writing by who militants who have been fighting yemeni government forces since two thousand fifteen to let the inspection of the ship happen although no date has been set announcing the news on monday. Un spokesperson for the secretary-general stefan jerick told journalists. That the hootie leaders had sent a letter indicating their approval for the un expert mission to the tanker. The vessel named safer is afloat near the key port of data which the who tease control earlier. This month you appointed independent rights expert on toxics. Marcus or alana insisted that everything should be done to assess the dilapidated tanker in order to avert the threat of an oil spill and an environmental disaster

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Closing prices for crude oil

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Closing prices for crude oil

"Little bit of a pullback in crude oil at the moment, trading down about a third of a percent at $42.48 a barrel for W T I crewed accrued had rallied earlier as storms approaching the U. S. Gulf Coast Slow down crude output In the Gulf of Mexico. Let's get more from Bloomberg's. We need a young crude oil rises and gasoline rallies to a five month high as energy companies suspend offshore operations and Refiners shutter Gulf Coast plants around 82% of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico was halted by around midday Monday, with refinery closures potentially shutting in more than one million barrels a day of capacity. Fall in U. S China relations and signs that the Trump administration may fast tracked. Vaccines and treatments for the Corona virus also boosted crude oil

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U.S. Seizes Iranian Fuel Cargo for First Time

All of It

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

U.S. Seizes Iranian Fuel Cargo for First Time

"The U. S. Says it seized a multimillion dollar shipment of fuel from Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps to Venezuela. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. The government says it's the largest ever confiscation of Iranian fuel shipments. The Justice Department says it has executed a seizure order from the US District Court in Washington, D. C. Confiscate the cargo from four foreign flagged oil tankers. The vessels were carrying a combined total of more than one million barrels of petroleum, all of which is now in U. S custody. The Justice Department says the shipment was sent by Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, which the U. S says is a terrorist organization and that the oil was bound for Venezuela. Department says forfeited funds that are connected to a state sponsor of terrorism can be directed to US victims.

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Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

Newscast - Africa

00:59 min | 8 months ago

Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

"Oil prices fell on Wednesday. The United States government data showed surprise rise in the country's crude inventories and tensions escalated between the US and China according to Reuters the international oil benchmark. Brent crude fell fifty five cents or one point two percent to forty three point seven seven dollars per barrel at ten to six S. US west heavy crudes trump to the six cents or thirteen percent to forty one point three dollars the. The Energy Information Administration on Wednesday, said US crude distillation ventures rose unexpectedly and field man slip in the most recent week as shop outbreak in virus cases has started to heat us. Consumption could inventories rose by four point nine million barrels in the week to July seventeen to five hundred thirty six point, six million barrels, compared with expectations, and the whitest spoke for two point one million fouls trump production rose eleven points one million barrels per day up one hundred thousand barrels per day.

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OPEC looks to cut production as virus outbreak hits demand

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

OPEC looks to cut production as virus outbreak hits demand

"Field producing countries of the OPEC cartel considering slashing output to contain a plunge in prices that is being worsened by concerns about the virus outbreaks disruption to the world economy all ministers from the group's fourteen countries are gathering in Vienna as energy producers we're taking a hit from a twenty five percent sliding crude prices since January some analysts predict the cartel will agree to slash production by one million barrels a day on top of existing cuts I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Oil Prices Slide Into Bear Market on Coronavirus Concern

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Oil Prices Slide Into Bear Market on Coronavirus Concern

"Are chosen in point of entry to the global economy story of the day today. The spread of and the uncertainty about the corona virus comes to us from the commodities markets oil specifically specifically the global benchmark Brent North Sea. It's called fell another two and a half percent today down twenty two percent just since the beginning of the a year. The supply demand equation on that goes like this. China is the world's biggest oil importer and as the bad virus. News continued over the weekend. People began to realize the Chinese demand could be cratering which since oil is a global commodity means not great things globally. Perhaps even more telling though is this. There is buzz today about OPEC and Russia calling an emergency meeting to talk over a huge cut in oil supply to prevent a free fall in prices from Washington. Marketplace's Scott Tong. Its is going oil. Traders already knew that driving an air travel and China had fallen off. They knew that. Oil Shipments China. We're being resold elsewhere. Then head-spinning head-spinning Bloomberg News report on China's falling demand. Situation Says Ellen Wall that transversal consulting one of the things that hit the market this morning. Was this report that Chinese demand maybe down as much as three million barrels of oil per day if true that would be a huge and sudden drop off for China enough to tumble prices at that point were came that OPEC and Russia were considering an emergency meeting next week to cut supply up to one million barrels per day and bring supply lie closer to demand. Normally you'd hear news of million barrel-per-day cut and oil prices would go up. Didn't happen nervous. Traders are selling oil oil contracts. I and asking questions later says research director Michael Herbert at the National Bureau of Asian Research. He says official data on China won't come out for a month. Maybe three Chinese oil demand. Statistics are a little fuzzy much more opaque than say the US market European now where this viruses viruses evolving so quickly. We're all in a lot of ways in the dark when the numbers do come. Markets may come down a bit. But there's still a big unknown. Says is Roger De wine at IHS market and that's how long the Chinese slow-down will last and nothing is that part which is a right now. Fraying nerves in the market doc. We don't have some other week another four weeks six weeks which leaves a lot of time for potential panic. Some banks suggest a barrel of crude oil could fall to around forty eighty dollars and that translates into. US Gas prices going from an average two fifty a gallon. Two two dollars flat. I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. We'll get to American stock markets in a bid. But it's worth a note here coming out of Scott's piece that when Chinese stocks opening day for the first time since things got bad over there they promptly fell almost to what's known as Limit Down Circuit. Breakers that stop a runaway decline or run away on the upside to in different circumstances anyway. The main Shanghai index is down almost eight eight percent on the day to

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"one million barrels" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A recycling was plus last offer ends twelve fifteen ninety KCS this time five forty one four police have arrested a suspect believed to have sexually assaulted a woman in a mill worry bart station elevator on Friday morning officials say thirty eight year old Roberto Moran co has been taken into custody at a home in Concord the assault happened before the station open when the woman reportedly had been assaulted in an elevator police are reviewing overnight surveillance video new research has found gun violence is contributing to the rise in mental health issues among America's young people KCBS is Kerry who to separate ports a state lawmaker from the bay area is not taking the lead in confronting the problem so far this year there have been nearly forty Nash shootings in California nearly two dozen of those were deadly the most notable happening in Gilroy Fresno and a Renda we've had forty five school shootings in twenty nineteen we also daily violence in our communities every single day state assemblywoman Buffy work says she knows gun violence can have long term effects on a young person's mental health which is why she wants to hear from victims researchers and doctors about ways to fix the problem we will hear from experts researchers economics the victims as well of what are the tools are full box to to fix the problems you know one of the main tools is to prevent the violence before it happens she says young people can often suffer from post traumatic stress disorder which is why she's collecting information to build policies in Sacramento it's making sure that the kids get the behavior health resources all three services that they need and then fundamentally stopping the violence before it even starts carried a sack KCBS is me as this time at five of forty two there is now a musical coming to San Francisco for a limited run on a very hot topic KCBS is less cost reports the show offers a satirical look at gun culture in the United States the play is called more guns and it is about the NRA gun culture and politics the latest is co writer and producer of the show Morgan musical satire about the relationship between the head lobbyist for the NRA and his liberal protest loving daughter set against the backdrop of the lobbying industry in Washington DC less guns but I know we need more guys don't you agree but latest says audiences should not expect the show to be a one sided critique of gun owners or anyone's interpretation of the second amendment he says liberals and conservatives alike are targets in the production we're not out here trying to proselytize to anybody but we had people come to our show date wow this is so much more nuanced and balance than we thought more than anything it was just funny and we appreciated that more guns has been in development for more than three and a half years and has been running at second city Hollywood for the last year and a half it comes to San Francisco for just one weekend at the end of next month Melissa call Ross KCBS his business time five forty four sports in a holiday tips and fun facts from Paul christening dexter total anymore there are over one million barrels and.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

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Pompeo: US has 'reliable information' indicating Iranian tanker headed to Syria

Q

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Pompeo: US has 'reliable information' indicating Iranian tanker headed to Syria

"U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii says tonight the U. S. has reliable information or Ronnie an oil tanker is headed towards Syria that's despite assurances from Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the British the tanker would not sale there the tanker and its cargo of some two point one million barrels of oil has been at the center of a controversy the ship was detained for time major bolter but was later released despite US objections runs government has said the tankers cargo has been sold to an unknown third

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 Iran oil tanker sought by US again says it will go to Turkey

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Iran oil tanker sought by US again says it will go to Turkey

"And a runny an oil tanker wanted by the U. S. appears headed for a small port in southern Turkey NPR's to Annika kisses reports the US has warned countries against aiding the tanker which was also detained off Gibraltar on suspicion that the oil aboard was headed to Syria in violation of European Union sanctions the ship recently spent days floating off the Greek island of Crete after Ron said an unknown buyer had purchased the tankers cargo two point one million barrels of Iranian oil running authority said the buyer would determine where the ship called the Adrian Daria one would go before the reported sale of the oil the ship was first had to degrees then the Turkish port of Mersenne now marine traffic sites list the destination is a skenderun on the coast of southern Turkey about a hundred and twenty five miles by sea from a refinery in Banja Syria Joanna K. kisses and P. R. news this

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"one million barrels" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Twenty four seven professional monitoring and remote access to their system from anywhere on any device it's eight thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying still no breakthrough on the Iran crisis but French president Emmanuel McCraw the host of the G. seven summit says he's hoping for talks between the leaders of Iran and the US in the coming weeks while Europe struggles to salvage the twenty fifteen international nuclear deal with Iran from which the US withdrew president trump says he's looking for specific actions from Iran we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles and a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that a red can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can't have nuclear weapons trump says more steps such as expansive valence of Iran's program would be needed before he considers a deal meanwhile maritime tensions continue Iran says a crude oil on a super tanker that's wanted by the U. S. government has been sold trying to kiss his reports from Istanbul the ship is currently floating in the Mediterranean Sea between Libya and the Greek island of Crete it's not clear where the ship called the Adrian Daria one is heading re navigation tracking sites list the destination port is unknown around two government spokesman Ali Robbie I told the press in Tehran the buyer has purchased the two point one million barrels of crude aboard the ship valued at around one hundred and thirty million dollars that's true one kick his his reporting this is NPR news from KQED news I'm Michelle Wiley some uber and lift drivers are starting a three day drive from Los Angeles to Sacramento this morning in support of a state bill that would classify them as employees rather than contractors eighty five which is scheduled for a hearing this week codifies an existing state Supreme Court decision driver Leonardo Diaz says as an employee he could get benefits like minimum wage vacation days and the ability to join a union we got you all are real worries now and they'll work with you and then are we going to enjoy it all Benji like full benefit that we need company as opposed to the bill say it could hurt workers by limiting their flexibility San Francisco police are set to hold a listening session tonight at glide church with the goal of increasing trust between the LGBTQ community and law enforcement KQ these Annika Klein has more the event marks the anniversary of the contents cafeteria riot that took place in San Francisco in nineteen sixty six a moment of extreme tension between local police and trans people but San Francisco police commander Teresa you when says there's still work to be done to improve the relationship she pointed to the department's high profile texting scandal as one example where some officers exchanged racist and homophobic tax we absolutely are trying to improve our processes so we can identify individuals that have these feelings towards the LGBTQ community so we can get our officers to understand who they're representing police chief William Scott will be there as well as the department's.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on KCRW

"Arron says the crude oil on a super tanker wanted by the U. S. government has been sold and peers do wanna could kisses reports from is double the ship is currently floating in the Mediterranean between Libya and the Greek island of Crete it's not clear where the ship called the Adrian Daria one is heading re navigation tracking sites list the destination port is unknown around the government spokesman Ali Robbie I told the press in Tehran the buyer has purchased the two point one million barrels of crude aboard the ship valued at around one hundred and thirty million dollars he did not name the buyer but said this buyer would determine where the tanker would go Gibraltar release this tanker a couple of weeks ago after holding it for a month on to suspicion of violating E. U. sanctions on Syria the ship first listen it's destination is Greece and then Turkey the US has worn Asians not to aid the ship

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Iran says oil aboard tanker pursued by US sold

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Iran says oil aboard tanker pursued by US sold

"Arron says the crude oil on a super tanker wanted by the U. S. government has been sold and peers do wanna could kisses reports from is double the ship is currently floating in the Mediterranean between Libya and the Greek island of Crete it's not clear where the ship called the Adrian Daria one is heading re navigation tracking sites list the destination port is unknown around the government spokesman Ali Robbie I told the press in Tehran the buyer has purchased the two point one million barrels of crude aboard the ship valued at around one hundred and thirty million dollars he did not name the buyer but said this buyer would determine where the tanker would go Gibraltar release this tanker a couple of weeks ago after holding it for a month on to suspicion of violating E. U. sanctions on Syria the ship first listen it's destination is Greece and then Turkey the US has worn Asians not to aid the ship

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Iran spokesman says oil aboard tanker Adrian Darya 1 pursued by US has been sold; does not name buyer

Hugh Hewitt

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Iran spokesman says oil aboard tanker Adrian Darya 1 pursued by US has been sold; does not name buyer

"Reporting Iran's government says the oil on board an Iranian tanker being pursued by the US has been sold to an unnamed buyer and vessel carries two point one million barrels of crude it's worth about one hundred thirty million dollars Hey Ron says the buyer of the oil with the side the ship's ultimate destination you are such a warrant in federal court to seize the vessel and has been warning nations against accepting the

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Oil rises after drone attack on Saudi field

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Oil rises after drone attack on Saudi field

"And Saudi Arabia's oil is once again in the line of fire Bloomberg's anti to power the reports over the weekend one of its biggest fields was targeted in an attack by explosives laden drones allegedly launched by you many militia backed by Iran Saudi Arabia's biggest feels are in the east of the country and the four largest pump about three quarters of its ten million barrels a day of daily output the remote Chavis field lightly damaged in the attack with no loss of production is tucked in the dunes of the remote empty quarter desert and pumps about one million barrels of oil a day with the latest attacks again highlighted the risks to global oil supply into by and the the power Bloomberg

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 US unveils warrant to seize Iranian oil tanker in Gibraltar dispute

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

US unveils warrant to seize Iranian oil tanker in Gibraltar dispute

"Tanker department of justice issued a warrant to seize Iranian oil tanker detained in Gibraltar a day after a judge in the British overseas territory ordered its release the move deepens a weeklong diplomatic dispute between Tehran and Washington it also comes amid a stand off between the two countries after president trump withdrew from international nuclear accord with Iran and we impose sanctions the tanker was sees last month in a British Royal Navy operation off the coast of Gibraltar authority suspected of violating European Union sanctions and oil shipments to Syria he was carrying two point one million barrels of Iranian crude

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Drone attack by Yemen rebels sparks fire in Saudi oil field

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Drone attack by Yemen rebels sparks fire in Saudi oil field

"Saudi state TV says the fire has been controlled at the chebaa Saudi Aramco massive oil and gas field this after a drone attack claimed by Yemen's Hootie rebels no injuries were reported the **** about we'll feel produces some one million barrels of crude oil every day Aramco and Saudi officials did not respond to requests for comment from the Associated

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Oil prices fall on worries over demand growth outlook

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Oil prices fall on worries over demand growth outlook

"War and the decline in world economic growth are weakening the demand for oil according to the international energy agency AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma says it's driven down prices the Paris based agency which advises many developed countries on energy policies this cut is full cost for old among growth this year by north point one million barrels a day to one point one million barrels the twenty twenty one the agency predicts even bigger drop the price of crude has fallen with the international benchmark hitting its lowest since January below fifty seven dollars a barrel the I eat a says tensions in the Persian Gulf west some oil tankers have been attacked of heightened concerns but the biggest impact on the mound comes in trade disputes that the US China one and lower growth globally I'm sure

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"one million barrels" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He resumed his remarks when she talked about trump's effort to distance himself came amidst a growing chorus of concern from trump allies a Republican congressman who'd been at the rally tweeted that he struggled with the chant and quote phrasing that's painful to our friends in the minority communities and on a nationally syndicated conservative talk radio show Chris de Gaulle told listeners he thought it was problematic a chant send her back to me crosses a line stick all was filling in as guest host on the Chris Plante show he said he didn't think it was helpful if that becomes the new locker up of twenty twenty is some people are saying then so be it I think it would be a mistake I'll just registered that opinion now in fact the trunk campaign aide argued that despite the racially loaded history of the phrase this chant was really no different than the law corrupt chance of twenty sixteen aimed at Hillary Clinton nothing serious just a rally chant the campaign wants to pay the four Congress women as leaders of the Democratic Party and eight say this fight is helping with that Rory Cooper who used to work for house Republicans and now is that the firm purple strategies says that's just spent I don't think anybody thinks it's working I think that most congressional Republicans probably wish that this whole thing would go away Cooper says the president is in the midst of a familiar cycle trump says something offensive that some of his supporters like but others are bothered by it so he then backtracks in order to appease those folks but only enough in origin I alienate the original group that likes the fighting that he was doing and now we're at the point where everybody has heard whatever they think they want to hear a few hours after president trump's walk back the campaign had moved on sending a text to supporters asking them to tell Democrats to finish the wall Keith NPR news the White House president trump says the U. S. has shot down an Iranian drone that was threatening an American ship it happened in the street of her moves and trump says the drone was with a thousand yards of the U. S. warship at the time the incident could make a tense situation in the Gulf even more so as NPR's Jacki north them reports president trump since the USS boxer and Phoebe is a soul chip was moving into the strait of her moods when the Iranian drone flew close by in comments as he met with the Dutch prime minister in the White House trump said the drone ignored multiple calls to stand down and was threatening the safety of the ship and its crew trump says the drone was immediately destroyed this is the latest of many provocative and hostile actions by Iran against vessels operating in international waters the incident came hours after a run announced it had seized a small foreign tanker Iran's revolutionary guard issued a statement saying it had impounded the tanker which is owned by a company based in the United Arab Emirates for smuggling oil from Iran I don't think anybody's happy about the place we're in right now because no one quite knows what the next step is and there are a lot of ways in which this could get worse before it gets better Michael Hamlin is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution he says incidents have been increasing as the U. S. mounts what it calls a maximum pressure campaign to force Iran to renegotiate a twenty fifteen nuclear agreement or handling no set around recently shot down a U. S. drone and the White House has accused Iran of attacking several other oil tankers over the past few weeks every day you don't have an attack you sort of hope that that's the new normal but I think everybody knows better than to count on that and at what point will Arron decide that it's got to escalate because he doesn't see any other option Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif downplayed the incident he told reporters the tanker it seized with small caring one million leaders not one million barrels he said that around nabs oil smugglers every other day because of the heavy subsidies that we provide for our own few products there is a lot of smoking out of it on it a lot of it goes through the through the Persian Gulf a lot of it goes through our borders the concern is that incidents like this could could create a perilous miscalculation the US has sent troops to the region and it's been promising for weeks to rule out an international coalition to ensure freedom of navigation says chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general Joseph Dunford I think probably over the next couple weeks will identify which nations have the political will to support that initiative and then we'll work directly with the military's to identify the specific capabilities and support that's what Henry roll around analyst at the Eurasia group a political risk consultancy says many allies don't like that the trump administration pulled out of the Iranian nuclear deal and that'll be a challenge to convince allies to get on board with the maritime coalition I think anybody who's looking at this seriously will see that the Iranians have been creating problems in the Persian Gulf especially over the past couple months but the skepticism from US allies in particular has been because the administration of lost a lot of credibility and and making claims like that Rome says it's likely Arron will continue to flex its muscles in the Gulf as long as it's deprived of the economic aid that was promised under the nuclear agreement Jackie north them NPR news Washington the Brian Lehrer show where reading the mall a report so you don't have just getting you should read it for yourself but from now until Muller's testimony next Wednesday we already on there selected portions of the actual text that could be important enough to have Malik testify about that's a trip to the mall a report on the Brian Lehrer show weekdays at ten AM on WNYC WNYC.

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Oil prices inch up on signs of tighter global supply

Bloomberg Special: Bill Gross

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Oil prices inch up on signs of tighter global supply

"Mark, according to Bloomberg intelligence Libya's nearly one million barrels a day in crude oil exports could come to a halt if the conflict between the UN back government and warlord collie fath- tar escalates an export outage. Woodstock a surge in global. Crude prices supply could tumble another nine hundred ninety five thousand barrels a day if Venezuela and Libya were to lose another fifty percent of their production Libya's, domestic political crisis threatens to halt. Its crude exports while US imposed sanctions are keeping Venezuela's production in a state of

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Venezuela, Gabriela And Venezuelan Government discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:51 min | 2 years ago

Venezuela, Gabriela And Venezuelan Government discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"She works for food shown Maho Venezuela. It's an internationally funded think-tank -ffiliated with the Venezuelan opposition party Gabriella team. Look at all the data. They can get their hands on about the country and a lot of it comes from local, universities, nonprofits, and communists, all over the world because the government itself is not publishing rely. Liable data. We do a lot of research to understand what these structure of the state is in understanding what the structure of the state is is not easy. Gabriela says the government seems totally disorganized. It's taken over hundreds of businesses, and they all seem to be losing money. She says basic services are collapsing. And meanwhile, the bureaucracy grows and grows indicator number one nine hundred ninety six that's the number of companies by Gabriele count. That are now owned by the state this supermarket chains and hotel taints that internet providers in Venezuela. They belong to the government. They even own like bakery shops things like that. It's crazy, and it's not even profitable. I have seen the balance sheets of all of this institutions. That's what I do, you know and all of them gated transfers from the central government in order to operate all of them. So. Sustainable financially unsustainable. It's like why don't you just I dunno give it away to anyone? I mean, it's better to do that than to keep you know, at burden on your budget case in point the electric company in two thousand ten Chavis. The then president nationalized electrobi- in Venezuela to make it more for table for everybody. They government nationalized it and. Come a mess, a mess. The government's is outside. Attackers are infiltrating the power grid and shutting down that's why they say the country's been experiencing all of these rolling blackouts. But Gabriela says there are no attackers. It's just that the country cannot afford to keep the lights on anymore. The infrastructure is collapsing. The country has rolling blackouts all the time. Now Gabriel says that the once vibrant city of dacas is often pitch black for hours and hours. And she says the consequences of these power outages can be really extreme just in the blackout eighty newborns. Die just in one hospital. Yeah. It was horrified. Of course for all the businesses that the Venezuelan government is nationalized. There is one that traditionally has really driven. It's a Konami and that business is all traditionally about a quarter Venezuela's economy comes from oil production because the country has the biggest oil reserves in the world. What about the oil is is many coming in from the state oil company? Yes. Okay. So some somebody is still coming. But you know, we I remember when when this whole thing started when Chavez won the presidency. I remember that we were producing three million barrels a day. No. We are not even producing one million barrels a day. And you know, impresses are are lower than they used to be during the bonanza. So for them. I mean, they are running out of options running out of options in part because for so long for more than a decade, economists agree that the government has been mismanaging its production of oil. And now the Venezuelan government just needs money. Gabriela says it's getting money from any place, it can government and the military of taken over some gold mines in the southern part of the country, and there are many reported accounts of the military and the government being tied in with cocaine trafficking. I mean, this is serious. I mean, we have government officials involved in and drug trafficking. One of the big cartels in Venezuela. For example, is called cartel of the sons that is reportedly reference to the gold stars on epaulets of military generals. But any money the cartel or any other business does bring in isn't necessarily going to fix the country's infrastructure. Or even help fund the Venezuelan economy. A lot of it is being funneled to a tiny minority of people many of them tied to the government and the military and my notes still has the military support. Which is one of the reasons why he's been able to hold onto power this long. This very small group of new millionaires that belong to the elite of the government. And I mean, all of them have power plans and per day didn't suffer from the blackout own power plants. Yes. So we call them into follows and to the yes, translation, if that it's like when you log in something we call him like that because we say that they are plugged into the government's. So they received all these benefits, and they are like the new elite here, and you see them everywhere. How can you spot the into Fatah's? It's very easy. All of them drive. This black big trucks bullet through and they have security guys around in them. In motorcycles. Meanwhile, says ninety percent of end Waylon citizens live in poverty that is today's second planet money indicator. Ninety percent of NS Waylon are in poverty, and even a lot of Innes Wayland to had a fair amount of money before the crisis are now totally broke. Because of hyperinflation flation is estimated to be running at ten million percent. Ten million percent. The cash has become so worthless. People are actually making bags out of the cash or currency was completely destroyed. So that's one of the things I see like, you know, the function of money lost on our currency. And that means things like food keep getting more and more expensive, relative to what people are earning. So a lot of people cannot afford enough to eat. And there's not much food around even for those who can't afford it the collapsing infrastructure in the country means food is not getting produced by farmers and the food that is getting produced is not getting delivered to stores in twenty seventeen. The average Venezuelan adult lost nearly twenty five pounds. Gabriel says she sees evidence of this weight loss every single day your co two three people in Venezuela. You're very skinny. Yeah. It's very very shocking to see that guerrilla says things are so bad. Now that a lot of people have just left the country. In fact, an estimated three million people that is ten percent of the entire population has fled many people just walk across the border to countries like Colombia with nothing at all just trying to get outta Venezuela. And that is our third indicator. Ten percent of the Venezuelan population gone Gabrielle says she sees the effects of this in Caracas, the sidewalks are emptier many stores are shuttered many houses are just standing empty. Gabriel says that apartments that used to rent for more than a thousand dollars a month back when the economy was good. Are now asking for rents of less than two hundred dollars a month that is more than eighty percent drop because so many people have left Gabriela has thought about leaving to her father is American. She could go, but she says when she sees how bad the numbers are getting how bad things are getting. She thinks there has to be big change on the horizon survey by I'm still here, the refinish that I believe that it's possible. But I don't know how much longer they can resist Gus is not an easy place to live every day Gabriella different parts of the country. Collapsing. All around her tomorrow. We're gonna follow Gabriela through her day.

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Saudi Arabia, United States And One Million Barrel discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia, United States And One Million Barrel discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"The United States later. This year will surpass Saudi Arabia in energy, exporting researchers at rice that energy say thanks to the shale boom, the US will narrow and eliminate Saudi Arabia's current one million barrel a day lead and exports of oil petroleum products and natural

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"one million barrels" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"The founder of online retailing giant Alibaba transformed. The day into a shop with on back in two thousand and nine singles day set a new sales record on Sunday. In fact, one billion dollars was spent in the I eighty five seconds alone consumers rushed to bag ballgames on everything from smartphones to milk powder. But even though the thirty billion dollar total spend. Was a twenty-seven percent increase on nasty as total? It's still the slowest growth in the ten year history of singles day analysts say this reflects China's weak economic growth and increased competition from other online shopping sites the babies as far as Masud reporting when Brazil's new government led by president elect jabots, and our is inaugurated on January first it will face a number of economic challenges. Brazil is emerging from its worst ever recession while it had been one of the world's fastest growing economies. During the two thousands recently, it was badly hit by weakening demand from China for exports, like oil, and soy. So where does the new administration begin when it comes to improving Brazil's finances? I asked the country's outgoing finance minister at wander Guardia. The biggest problem we have in Brazil is the fiscal imbalance so inflation's under control interest rates is that the lowest level we have ever had. But we do have a big charge. Change the debt is very high as a percentage of GDP. So it's urgent that we continue with the reforms to improve the fiscal staff, so fiscal consolidation is the biggest challenge for the Brazilian economy today. The new economy minister is powered gadgets, haze. Well, known for being a disciple of Milton Friedman's free-market reforms do you expect to see a wide scale selloff privatization of public assets? Muka I think there are other priority will have to face. I I I think privatization is a very good thing to do. We we are privatized in companies in during this of the administration, but to privatize in large scale, you would face a lot of political resistance as we have other priorities like Paschall reform tax reform. I think they will postpone this discussion for later on from an international perspective, and even from the point of view of many voters in Brazil, the outgoing government has been marred by corruption scandals. That's a big problem for Brazil. Age, isn't it? I think the the corruption scandals were related to the Duma administration not to tame administration. We didn't have any scandal. We've dammed administration suffered at the election. Because of the problems is something that all the politicians in Brazil surfer during these elections. Corruption is a big problem. So we need more transparency we need the cutting courts working very close to the government to punish corruption. So this is a problem. Not owning Brazil body, many other countries, and we have to I realize that we have a problem, and then we have to try to solve this problem. So we need more control in the more transparence, and we have to avoid political interference in state owned companies these very important to prevent corruption going forward Brazil's. Outgoing finance minister Eduardo Guardia speaking to me there in London, I'm Vivian Nunez with the marketplace morning report from the baby state weld sevice..

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"one million barrels" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Planet m Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. Saudi Arabia says global oil production needs to be caught by one million barrels a day live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. I'm Vivian newness. Good morning. Saudi Arabia says there will be a glut in oil next year, if global production isn't reduced by one million barrels a day the country says it will export half a million fewer barrels in December Spence a Welsh from the oil markets team. At IHS told me what had prompted the decision is. It's a real change from from where we have been very recently so five weeks ago, the people were talking about one hundred dollars per barrel. Coming back OPEC will worried about the market overheating. And they actually lifted restrictions that produces make as much as they could a now just five weeks later win totally the opposite view because we had seen with the introduction of sanctions on Iran harps from the US president that OPEC would increase supply prison. Trump was strongly hinting an asking OPEC to increase supply and OPEC tried to do that in truth that very few the OPEC producers have spec passively with the exception of Saudi Arabia. So they can't. To increase production enough to cancel the impact. Those Iranian sanctions. What about the non OPEC oil producers US shale or Russia US shell function is increasing rapidly on they're going to set a new historic record for oil production in the United States this year. Whereas Russia, they are working with OPEC to try and support the price. The Russian oil minister was present yesterday and Russia may will take part in some of the supply restrictions if they were to resume again next month. So where does this leave us for consumers filling up their tanks at the pump price changes notoriously take a long time to feed through to consumers, particularly where the market price is dropping is is quite likely that that will never be seen by consumers spent the Welsh, let's do the numbers the delay. He's at a seventeen month high on London's footsie one hundred was the only major in Europe in positive territory lifted by. A week apparent a sluggish economy across Europe and rising costs took their toll on bottom lines. But oil stocks are saying them Ryan steadily this morning. The world's biggest online shopping day has got even bigger. Shop is in China spent thirty point eight billion dollars on singles day over the past twenty four hours as the BBC's pharma suit reports singles day is thought to have started back in the nineteen ninety s when a group of Chinese university students used it to mock the singled him the date November eleventh who's recorded Lee chosen as eleven eleven resembles four solitary figures on the page, then Jack Ma.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And I'm Steve Inskeep. It was easy to miss amid this week's elections and other news, but the United States started trying to close the door on Iran's economy this week new sanctions took effect on Monday. After withdrawing from an agreement limiting Iran's nuclear program. The US is now driving to block the oil exports. That are a major source of income for a major oil producing nation. Brian hook is coordinating that effort. He is senior adviser to secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, Andy is US special on voi- for Iran, which means he travels around the world trying to gather countries to observe US sanctions. And now he's in our studios once again, Mr. Hooke, welcome back. Good morning. Steve have you already succeeded in cutting Ronnie and oil sales. Yes, we have we have taken at least one million barrels of Iranian oil off the market is one billion one million barrels a day one million barrels a day when we started this in may when the president left the Iran deal. Iran was at two point zero. Seven million barrels a day today there at one point six in that number is going to continue to decline we've been able to do that without lifting the price of oil back in may when we left it was seventy four dollars a barrel. And now it's at seventy two so we've had a tight oil market. The biggest challenge we've had is not taking off so many barrels of Iranian crude that we end up increasing the price of gas. I'm curious about that. Because of course, oil goes up and down depending on the supply of oil. Have you persuaded other oil producers to increase production, or you're just lucky? Yes, we have we've been working very closely with oil producing nations around the world the Saudis have increased productivity over half a million barrels. We have increased exports by a million barrels. And so we've seen whether it's Iraq Russia Saudi the United States. We've been able to swap out other forms of crude for a Rodney in crude. So the key players here. Two of the key players here are China and Iran, they both by a lot excuse me, China and India they both. Both by a lot of Iranian oil. You want them to stop that? Why would they stop our goal is to get all nations who import Iranian oil two zero. And there were twenty countries that were importing running an oil prior to may, and those twenty nations have gone to zero we have given a handful of waivers to allow a few nations to continue buying a Ronnie and oil, but at a much reduced level and China and India have those waivers is that correct? Correct. Meaning they're going to continue for now. But are you going to press them to stop buying any Iranian oil at all? Yes, our waivers are for a period of six months at a time. We think that next year we're going to have a much better supplied oil market, and that will put us in a position to accelerate the path to zero do you mean that the way you would get China on board is saying we are going to help make sure that you get all the oil you need from somewhere else. Yes. In every nation that once oil can get oil there. It is an adequately supplied. Market. But it's been a fragile market. You have also traveled to Europe, Mr Huck, how seriously do you take France's effort to lead Europe ineffectively, bypassing US sanctions policy finding mechanisms by which European companies can do business with Iran without running afoul of these sanctions by the United States. We've seen just the opposite. Steve we've had over a hundred major corporations mostly in Europe all announced that they are leaving the Iranian market just because there's risk to them, regardless of what their governments do is that it. Yes, if you are the CEO of a major European corporation, and you are given a choice between selling in the American market and selling in the Iranian market. It's the fastest decision. You'll ever make CEO. What do you say? Then to Emmanuel Macron, the president of France who would like to take a different policy whose country is still in this nuclear deal and who wants to make it possible for European firms to still do business. We just haven't seen European businesses doing it. And so there's been talk about. The special purpose vehicle. But it's something that we see no demand for the United States made its decision to leave the Iran deal. The other parties to the agreement that are still in place. Have to make their decisions in their own sovereign capacity. They are trying to keep Iran in the deal, but we're very much looking at the future of getting a new and much better deal. So I get that the official goal here is to get a Ron to change its behavior in the region and to cut off sources of income that Iran can use to meddle in other countries affairs, and so forth, but secretary of state Pompeo has made a number of statements stating that the United States would like to restore democracy to Iran. He has said that is a long standing United States goal. How's it supposed to work? The Iranian people have been working at trying to achieve a Representative government since one thousand nine hundred five and it is it is had peaks and valleys, and we very much stand with the Iranian people. So much of the things that they ask for the same things we're asking for this is a revolutionary regime that does not invest in its own people does invest in violent misadventures in Syria. Iraq Yemen, Lebanon terrorism in. In europe. And so we are trying to get this regime to start behaving like normal country in the Iranian people are asking for the same some people who know the history of Iran will be shouting at the radios at some point because you alluded to the history that one of the valleys of Iranian democracy was a US-backed coup in nineteen Fifty-three. There was then this revolution in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and they've had elections, but not what we would recognize his full democracy ever since what is the mechanism by which you think the current regime would be overthrown. We're not talking about regime change, the future of this regime is up to the Iranian people. What we have been looking for is a change in their behavior. And we are very hopeful that our campaign of maximum economic pressure on this regime is going to help accelerate the path to reform that not only we want. But the Iranian people want you think that economic stress in Iran will increase the pressure on this government to open up in some four. Well, as secretary Pompeii recently said this regime can stop funding maligned behavior around the Middle East or it can watch its economy crumble, there is considerably less than full freedom in Iran, as I know from travels there, and I've spoken with people who've been jailed in Iran, and we continue covering the cases even of Americans who are jailed in Iran today. So it's certainly meaningful that the secretary of state speaks up for freedom in Iran, but why is US policy so different toward Iran's rival Saudi Arabia, which is also not democratic and also has a problem with human rights as we have been reminded in recent weeks. Well, Saudi Arabia is not the number one state sponsor of terrorism in the world. And if you. Look around the Middle East. Iran is the principal driver of instability in the Middle East sixteen billion dollars since twenty thirteen on its proxies in Syria. Iraq, and in Yemen and in Lebanon, Palestine, Islamic Jihad HAMAs there is really nothing like the Iranian regime in terms of how much money and the soldiers the revolutionary guard corps that they dispatch around the Middle East that we have just in the last few months uncovered bomb plots in Paris and assassination attempts in Denmark. This is an expansionist revolutionary regime, and it's a very dark and brutal religious dictatorship is the difference. Then just at the Saudis are our friend our ally. Well, we have had Saudi has been a partner going back to the time of president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. And we share a lot of interests with Saudi Arabia. We've made it very clear that there needs to be accountability for the death of Jamal of the murder.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Iran what. We've seen is estimates of Iran's exports being potentially two one million barrels you've already seen. Indication, from Saudi in Russia That they are willing to step in and increase the exports by six hundred to a million. Dollars as well so as we've said in the. Past release both those events sort of getting neutralized what's he tricky for for oil prices here from, our perspective is, given the the trade war the simmering trade war with China and you, really see no. Indications of that sort of stopping that would, have have, start having an impact on Chinese industrial production and demand for oil from China that have a negative impact, on oil and honestly I mean that's. Really the transmission mechanism for for, DC which I've actually had a pretty well just because prices have had up for the GDP live with their for anybody The longest losing streak since twenty fifteen and If I, look at the visions, of the Trump administration they wanted to reduce they. Wanted to reduce the sales from. Around zero they're not going to do that they're not even going. To cheat actually what the Obama administration achieve so this, is almost a little bit of a political Slap in the face this juncture in the sand to the Trump. Administration China, and India, will not come to right right and that's exactly what it is we've. Seen official statements from China that they're not going to reduce their oil imports from Iran on geopolitical. Issues when it comes to. The Trump administration when it comes to trade wars as, well so yeah I, mean I guess the one million barrels is what. The estimates are right now to. What extent they're able to impose Enderle coordinated with other allies to. Iran.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The front runner promises to end corruption and redistribute the wealth adrienne bard cbs news mexico city elite divers are making some progress in their search for twelve youth soccer team members and their coach who disappeared in a cave in thailand more than a week ago officials say time navy seals have made their way through a half mile long chamber filled with money fastmoving water and they reached the entrance to a dry portion of the cave where it is hoped the missing group has taken refuge the team had gone into the cave on june twenty third when flooding caused by heavy rains trapped them israel is beefing up its military presence along its border with syria israel has sent tank and artillery reinforcements to the golan heights the military says it's a precaution as fighting between syrian forces and rebels pushes south toward the israeli border israel is providing humanitarian aid to thousands of refugees on the frontier but officials say they will not be allowed to enter the jewish state robert berger cbs news jerusalem iran is warning fellow opec members to refrain from any unilateral measures to increase oil production significantly this comes just a day after president trump announced saudi arabia's king at agreed to do just that a warning came in the form of a letter to the united arab emirates energy minister it urges other oil producers not to increase production by more than the one million barrels today already agreed upon president trump tweeted yesterday that the saudi king had agreed to increase oil production may be up to two million barrels but no timeframe was given the american auto industry has seen better than expected sales this year so far a first half that was expected to be a little weaker than last year is now trending a little better strength yourself is a little bit surprising we didn't think that the industry had this left in the tank edmonds analyst jeremy vado concerned about the second half of the year he thinks vehicle sales will be slowed by rising interest rates trade uncertainty and a glut of off lease vehicles jeff gilbert four cbs news detroit the us ambassador to estonia is quitting his job in protest against president trump's foreign policies james melville who has worked for six presidents during a long diplomatic career says he feels resigning is the honorable thing to do because he strongly disagrees with president trump's negative comments about many of america's european allies earlier this year us ambassador to panama and mexico also resigned over foreign policy differences he has the president's ear so what does former white house communications director anthony scaramucci think about how mr trump might try to shape the supreme court now that anthony kennedy is announced he's retiring from the high court next month and we have other possible openings during president trump's first term what exactly would that sort of court look like and mean for the nation a trump court is not gonna look that much different than other conservative courts where when so when social liberals look at them say you know they've been fine anthony scaramucci it would it would look a lot like the the george w bush court you remember you you've got guys on there that are classic purist originalist relates the constitution scary mucci does not think a more right wing supreme court would overturn key decisions like roe v wade charles feldman knx ten seventy newsradio the days.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dropped certain cases in the name of family unity but public defender chris carlin says that doesn't help his clients who've had their kids taken away even though their case was dismissed it will not have the effect of actually reunifying them with their children now they're transferred to an immigration jail while their children are held in federal shelters far away john burnett npr news in washington on the house floor today democratic congressman ted lieu of california tried to play audio of immigrant children in an attention center crying for their parents the tape had been provided by propublica he was interrupted by the presiding officer republican karen handel where twenty three hundred babies and kids the gentleman will suspend pearl seventeen of the house that prohibits the use of the device to make sounds in a chamber within a minute lou yielded back his time and the audio was cut off new jersey governor phil murphy today signed into law a total ban on child marriage until now children as young as sixteen could marry with their parents permission those under sixteen could marry with the approval of a judge opponents had said the prohibition does not respect religious traditions a similar ban on child marriage was approved last month in delaware opec says it plans to boost oil production by about one million barrels a day but as npr's chris arnold reports the actual increase maybe less than that oil and gasoline prices have been higher this year because the twenty four countries in opec did what many skeptics said they couldn't do they actually got together and cut supply and ended an oil glut with prices back up opec's now willing to open the spigot just how much though is unclear because the language of the agreement is vague but it will be less than what some countries including russia had wanted so analysts do not expect dramatic price drops at the gas pump the deal also needs final approval from some of the countries involved chris arnold npr news stocks closed knicks today the dow rose one hundred nineteen points the nasdaq lost twenty this is npr from k q e news i'm tara siler california us senator kamala harris says she is outraged by the conditions at facilities where immigrants are currently being held harris toured a detention facility for migrants near the san diego border today and joined a rally afterward i am a career prosecutor i visited many prisons and jails that is a prison right you walk through the halls and the doors clink shut and there are bars on the windows president trump says his administration will continue its zero tolerance policy for those illegally coming into the country but that he no longer wants children separated from parents while they're detained more racist and derogatory text exchanged among deputies in the santa clara county sheriff's office has emerged they stem from a twenty fifteen case where some three thousand texts were discovered but only some were made public don morrissey was demoted from sergeant to deputy because of the case he challenged that saying the demotion was unfair but lost in arbitration he has recently appealed that decision saying he never sent tax only received them on his private phone robert salonga is a criminal justice reporter for the bay area news group making that appeal it surfaced moore tax and that you know essentially revealed a further degree of you know really disturbing exchanges amongst law enforcement officers more seized emotion comes as sheriff laurie smith is in a close election battle for the first time in years the deputy sheriff union headed by morrissey is backing her opponent john.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was border as npr's john burnett reports the statements of federal agency since the order don't always jibe and the us attorney's office of the western district of texas is a case in point the us attorney's office of the western district of texas is a case in point a statement released thursday says federal prosecutors will keep families together going forward yet they will still criminally charge anyone caught crossing the border unlawfully immigration and customs enforcement says it has fewer than thirty four hundred beds for detained families in the whole country and they're at nearly eighty percent capacity so where will the new cases go meanwhile the western district announced it has dropped certain cases in the name of family unity but public defender chris carlin says that doesn't help his clients who've had their kids taken away even though their case was dismissed it will not have the effect of actually reunifying them with their children now they're transferred to an immigration jail while their children are held in federal shelters far away john burnett npr news in washington on the house floor today democratic congressman ted lieu of california tried to play audio of immigrant children in detention center crying for their parents the tape had been provided by propublica he was interrupted by the presiding officer republican karen handel we're twenty three hundred babies and kids the gentleman will suspend per rule seventeen of the house that prohibits the use of the device to make sounds in the chamber within a minute lou yielded back his time and the audio was cut off new jersey governor phil murphy today signed into law a total ban on child marriage until now children as young as sixteen could marry with their parents permission those under sixteen could marry with the approval of a judge opponents had said the prohibition does not respect religious traditions a similar ban on child marriage was approved last month and delaware opec says it plans to boost oil production by about one million barrels a day but as npr's chris arnold reports the actual increase maybe less than that oil and gasoline prices have been higher this year because the twenty four countries in opec did what many skeptics said they couldn't do they actually got together and cut supply and ended an oil glut with prices back up opec's now willing to open the spigot just how much though is unclear because the language of the agreement is vague but it will be less than what some countries including russia had wanted so analysts do not expect dramatic price drops at the gas pump the deal also needs final approval from some of the countries involved chris arnold npr news stocks closed mixed today the dow rose one hundred nineteen points the nasdaq lost twenty this is npr this is wnyc in new york i'm lance lucky governor andrew cuomo says foster care centers taking an immigrant children separated from their parents at the us border must give information about the kids to new york state but wnyc cindy rodriguez reports that may be a violation of the agency's contracts with the federal government the state wanted to know everything from the names and ages of the kids and their parents to why they fled their homelands and the office of children and family.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Them he says that shows immigration laws must be strengthened will not rest until our border is secure or citizens are safe and we finally end the immigration crisis once and for all we want safety in our country we want strong borders we want people to come in but we want them to come in the proper way but the president also said today congressional republicans should wait until after the november elections to bring up an immigration bill as of now republican leaders in the house still say they plan a vote next week the supreme court ruled today that in most cases police must obtain a search warrant before tracking criminals suspects on their cell phones the decision was five to four with chief justice john roberts joining the four justices considered to be more liberal he wrote the opinion saying it applies only to cell phone tracking information and not affect other business records such as those held by banks a report issued by the tempe arizona police says a backup dry ever was watching a tv show when the uber own self driving test car hit and killed a pedestrian in march npr's laura sydell reports video of the crash showed the driver rafael vasquez kept looking down at her phone is the car traveled along darkened road the three hundred page police report says in the forty three minutes before the vehicle hit and killed elaine hertzberg vasquez have been streaming the musical talent show the voice vasquez told investigators that the woman seem to come out of nowhere when the vehicle struck her but officers calculated had the backup driver been paying attention she could have reacted in time to stop the crash a spokesperson for uber says that any use of a mobile device by a backup driver is a fireable offense since the accident uber stopped testing self driving cars in arizona leaving about three hundred people without jobs laura sydell npr news opec says it plans to boost oil production by about one million barrels a day but as npr's chris arnold reports the actual increase maybe less than that oil and gasoline prices have been higher this year because the twenty four countries in opec did what many skeptics said they couldn't do they actually got together and cut supply and ended an oil glut with prices back up opec's now willing to open the spigot just how much though is unclear because the language of the agreement is vague but it will be less than what some countries including russia had wanted so analysts do not expect dramatic price drops at the gas pump the deal also needs final approval from some of the countries involved chris arnold npr news the dow gained one hundred nineteen points today the nasdaq was down twenty this is npr news and you're listening to wnyc in new york cat seven oh four i'm jimmy floyd governor cuomo says that foster care centers taking immigrant children separated from their parents at the border must give information to the state but wnyc cindy oregon's reports that may be violation of the agency's contracts with the federal government the state wanted to know everything from the names and ages of the kids and their parents to they fled their homelands and the office of children and.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio two pm worldwide can i just break just for a second to give you a headline that the saudi oil minister has said that we quote have an agreement and had decided on a one million barrels a day increase official official but some people already jawboning margaret brennan with us a face the nation margaret just an open question how in your team can you plan for sunday morning how are you approaching this singular discussion well it does appear that immigration will be the lead once again that's sunday morning because right now you have the president now saying congress is wasting time after he asked congress to come up with a solution to the create crisis at the border but also overhaul all immigration policy we're gonna have senator bob corker of tennessee joining us because he has been raising a lot of concerns right now about mechanics even within the infighting in the republican party about why certain issues are being knighted the culture wars of the fight ownership is it the party of reagan party of trump he's calling it a cult and super concerned about what only seems to be escalation on the trade front rather than trade deals we're going to talk to us about that within your cbs reporting who were you watching on capitol hill within this fractious debate is kicked the candidate the next week who matters on capitol hill to your congressional reporters gosh that's a great question right now is whoever can build consensus within a larger group because that's certainly doesn't seem to be speaker ryan hid proposal his compromised bill that he has put forward the president didn't fully endorse though it does seem that the white house has asked for there could be some kind of proposal through the house to address some of these immigration issues and that's kind of the the the war for influence is is an open terrain at the moment some of the president's closest allies who are worth watching the freedom caucus absolutely mark meadows of north carolina he's someone always sort of keep an eye on invocation of perhaps with the president's instincts are because many others on capitol hill would say they're not getting clear messages or asked the president shoulder behind money comes to pushing legislation over its finish line margaret brennan is based on your reporting and the conversations that you've had with officials in washington can they point to something that created this crisis what happened is this something that the president focused on is it something that happened with the department of homeland security with immigration customs enforcement because i keep trying to find out what is the event that triggered all of this concern in the past week that is outside of the government's purview the policy change came about at the beginning of april and that was the department of justice policy tuesday we're going to criminally prosecute people who crossed illegally with their children and so that's the nuance there that's how the administration can try to claim it's not a policy to separate the policy is criminally prosecute which then forces the separation.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The euro dollar sixteen sixty nine in the yen one ten point one four that's a bloomberg business flash now here's michael barr with more on what's going on around the world michael thank you very much karen house republicans cancelled today's plan vote on immigration legislation it comes after president donald trump signed an executive order to stop splitting up families legally crossing the border meanwhile a senior trump administration official says about five hundred of the more than two thousand children separated from their families at the border have been reunited since may pulitzer prize winning columnist and tv commentator charles krauthammer has died after a battle with cancer current hammer was sixty eight in baseball the yankees won the mets lost the nationals beat the orioles the red sox giants were winners in the world cup denmark and australia ended in a draw france and croatia winners in the nba draft de'andre aidan went number one to phoenix global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael thank you very much heat is now five nineteen on wall street and opec is meeting in vienna in a final effort to overcome iranian opposition to a preliminary agreements who boasts production by theoretical one million barrels a day although the actual increase would be smaller as several countries are unable to raise output we're getting some headlines out of that meeting as it gets underway the saudi oil minister quoted as saying we listened to iran but the majority wants an increase in production and now from iran's oil minister a double negative on the outlook for an opec agreement in vienna he says i'm not pessimistic about a compromise we're joined now by steven schork president of the short group stephen good morning and now i see a little bit more forceful comment from iran's oil minister he says i see there is a likelihood in reaching agreement what do you think i think he has no choice at this point five ridings clearly on the wall no other reason than seven seven and a half percent rise in the dollar i've got we've seen of post opec quota lows back in february keep in mind that oil is still a globally traded commodity got is denominated in dollars arising dollar certainly conducive for producers put more oil onto the market to that point you also have record or near record demand for crude oil at this time so tell me what behoove the producer's producers can that is to say saudi arabia in russia to put more barrels at the market to make up for the barrels that are not coming from the market coming from venezuela because that'd be strife there there is disruption civil strife in libya and of course with the reinstatement of sanctions on iran hence why they're taking such a hawkish view on production cuts 'cause they don't wanna see market share that they are fighting but those are lost barrels to the market that has to be made up as we head into the summer.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is the head over eurozone finance ministers these to remember after eight long ears greece will finally be graduating from its financial assistance today these detentions confirmed greece as implemented all the eighty eight prior actions hinder the fourth and final review these shows greece as successfully completed its esn program so that was the euro head mario santana one fly in the argument though narrow the fact that the imf still hasn't signed up to this bailout program casino god says that the latest development is positive but they're still not convinced about the long term ability of greece to two services stats absolutely now turning to the trade story in the us some white house officials are trying to restart talks with china to avoid a trade war before tariffs on chinese products take effect on july the six bloomberg has learned that staff of the national economic council have contacted former us government officials and china experts in recent days to gauge chances for high level talks in the next two weeks is sets them up for a battle with others in the trump administration who favor a harder line meanwhile the european union today joined a host of nations in retaliating against the us over trade luma richard bravo has this report from the euro group meeting in luxembourg the duties on two point eight billion euros of us products will hit us consumer agricultural and steel products in many key republican constituencies putting pressure on trump ahead of crucial midterm elections in november washington is undeterred with us commerce secretary wilbur ross telling bloomberg television that nation's hit with tariffs have quote been spoiled for many many years in that game is over in luxembourg rich bravo bloomberg daybreak europe and just to bring us back to the markets we were talking at the top of the show marcus about how chinese equities have been hammered with all these trade tensions will actually at least when you look at equity markets the us really does seem to be beating china on that front at the moment with the trade fallout because in fact chinese equities right now or at the cheapest ever relative to those in the us something we'll talk about more later in the show but sticking with the markets and with oil now opec and its allies have reached a preliminary agreement in the face of strong opposition from iran the cartel and partners want to boost production by theoretical one million barrels a day although the actual increase would be smaller several countries are unable to raise output in a night of drama the joint ministerial monitoring committee reached an agreement despite the iranian oil minister walking out of the meeting and predicting opec won't reach a final deal when it needs formerly today he is saudi arabia's energy minister held valley recommend place for day which is no point eight that is a nominal figure meaning once distributed actually deliver to the market is going to be a smaller number that was the saudi arabian energy minister halid l fairly and we'll be live in vienna in just a few minutes here on bloomberg radio in the uk meanwhile charles love for the and says that he is no enemy of brexit speaking at.

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"one million barrels" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"one million barrels" Discussed on WLOB

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