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US Opioid Lawsuits on Verge of Settlements With 4 Companies
"Opioid lawsuits in the US are on the verge of settlements with four companies a proposed to twenty six billion dollar settlement between state and local governments and the three biggest drug distribution companies in the United States plus drug maker Johnson and Johnson appears close at hand lawyers for local governments announced Tuesday they are on the verge of a deal under which Johnson and Johnson would not produce any opioids for at least ten years additionally AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson would share information on prescriptions in an effort to stop the flood of pills if approved the settlement will likely be the biggest so far in litigation involving the opioids epidemic hi Mike Rossio
"over twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Much-needed rain in the atlanta region forecast is still on track to see some much needed rain. Indeed going to get some much needed rain. We are excited about the much-needed rain needed raise. Much-needed rain much-needed much-needed rain much-needed rain radic desperately desperately desperately need need. We desperately need. We desperately need any need this. We need the rain. we need the rain. The rain by the way we need this rain hostages much needed to desperation very quickly there. Thank you jimmy. Kimmel for that team coverage and with opening ceremonies for the tokyo olympics. Just days away. There have been now more than sixty cova cases connected to the games. The latest include to americans gymnastics alternate cara eaker and women's basketball star. Katie loose samuel soot new stat. Show that the tokyo games are costing over twenty six billion dollars. Nine hundred million of which will be used to combat covert and japan. We'll take a loss of over fifteen billion because of the restrictions when it comes to spectators but the games we'll play on. So that organizers can recoup at least some of those billions in advertising revenue although not from toyota which is pulling their commercials from the olympics presumably out of fear of backlash from their customers in japan where the majority of citizens are opposed to having these games which is unfortunate. These olympics have become more of a kovic tainted money pits than the original olympic goal. Which was to see jimmy. Javelin toss a curtain rod. Farther than i even. If we can just focus on the events themselves and shrug off the empty venues we can still celebrate jimmy javelin and the eleven thousand other athletes from around the world except for ivan. So we've touched on. Jimmy javelin heard from jimmy kimmel. What about you jamie fallon guys. The olympics are almost here in the athletes in the olympic village are sleeping on beds made of cardboard and some people think that they're meant to discourage any intimacy as nice. You finally reach olympic dreams and then sleep on an amazon box. Now that is so kinda. Meanwhile in shut all that they have a new mattress. That has a sensor in it. If you think your spouses cheating on you it detects sex motions and then it buzzes. Your phone if it. Here's like you know this is how far it's gone. This is really votes. If you're buying this matches your spouse is cheating on pictures on instagram. But how embarrassing to me like three thousand miles away in a meeting everything serious you're like and furthermore You guys i gotta take. This is my mattress calling. It's never.
"over twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on Social Minds - Social Media Marketing Answered
"As always if you enjoy this episode then please leave a review on i tunes battles now. Now let's get started. Hey creators. let's talk about youtube shorts fest up today. Youtube is launching a hundred million dollars. Shorts fund for creators. Yes you may be wondering what youtube shorts. Oh well ensure that by short form videos are up to minute long thing tiktok or rose. Now if you're already in the know however you'll be interested to know that shorts of just launched own us creators and while there's no indication when uk traitors will get their fix. Youtube has announced plans to distribute creative fund with one hundred million dollars in two thousand twenty one and twenty twenty two. It's a tactic we've seen before we've snapchat. Which offered a share of one million dollars daily to create behind the highest performing short form content. So as you cheap monetize shorts well. It's the same reason. Any platform monetizes a key feature created by if greatest no they stand to financially benefit from a new feature service. It makes sense that they'll put their efforts into making content. It's more engaging for the user which in turn naturally says you gbs interests keep shorts on the platform and let us know what you think in the facebook group tiktok shop or you going profile shop basket. Scroll down see what you like next up. Talk is testing an in app shopping. Tub that's right take talks next. Move is to add a native shopping feature similar to instagram. According to bloomberg a new shopping tab is being tested select brands across europe. One of which a streetwalker pot o'brien hype take his made colmes updates in the past like it's t spring integration. Fakhri says or. It's live infomercial test. But this native shopping feature sounds more like how social uses are used to experiencing social comments. The brands involved in the task. Now have a shopping type in their profile Can list products. Prices have follow. Us will be able to select what they want to buy. Choose specifics like the size cola and at checkout on delivery information all in the app of course this is great. News for many brands increases on tiktok. But it's also be interesting to see the direction for the platform itself. Take his quickly becoming much more than a place to create and what short videos and is following in its chinese counterparts footsteps. Doyen pulled in over twenty six billion dollars in e commerce transactions during its first year of launching a native shopping tub. Would.
Microsoft Bulks Up With $16 Billion Deal for Nuance Communications
"Microsoft agreed to acquire the speech recognition company nuance communications for sixteen billion dollars. Nuance was a pioneer in speech recognition and artificial intelligence technology it software formed the basis for apple's siri voice assistant before apple switched to an house. Version the deal is microsoft second largest acquisition under ceo. Saw tina dowa after it bought linked in for twenty six billion dollars in two thousand sixteen. An our reporter. Aaron says it's actually part of microsoft's push into healthcare nuance has a lot of different types of users but one big growth area for the company is healthcare. This is a big area where sort of clinical documentation can be done using nuances technology. So it can go to a doctor's office dr can speak to nuance and nuance will be able to understand and interpret their doctor lingo their healthcare lingo and it's very specialized in that way and so that is a very key area of growth from microsoft in its cloud and it's just a huge area for just technology consumption. In general as as a lot of healthcare moves to more digital cloud kind of
Microsoft Is Acquiring Nuance Communications
"Microsoft has acquired speech tech company nuance for nineteen point. Seven billion dollars in cash a twenty three percent premium on its friday closing price on the stock market quoting cnbc the nuance acquisition represents microsoft's largest acquisition since it bought linked in for more than twenty six billion dollars in two thousand sixteen. It's the latest sign. Microsoft is hunting for more growth through acquisitions. The company is also reportedly in talks to buy the chat app. Discord for about ten billion dollars on top of that microsoft made an effort to bhai tick tock. Us business last year for about thirty billion dollars before the deal was derailed. Last month microsoft completed its seven point six billion dollar acquisition of gaming company zan amax nuance would be aligned. With the part of microsoft's business that serves businesses and governments nuance derives revenue by selling tools. For recognizing and transcribing speech in dr office visits customer service calls and voicemails in its announcement microsoft said nuances. Technology will be used to augment microsoft's cloud products for health care which were launched last year in an interview on cnbc squawk on the street. Monday microsoft ceo such an adela highlighted nuances healthcare tools as the key driver behind the acquisition quote. We've seen a massive acceleration of digital transformation healthcare in particular nonetheless said when you think about the provider market digital tech is going to be the
Johnson & Johnson and other drug companies plan tax breaks to offset $26 billion opioid settlement
"Johnson and johnson has gotten a lot of praise for its single dose covid nineteen vaccine approved by the fda last weekend but as it works to end the pandemic. johnson and johnson is also among four of america's biggest healthcare companies that are negotiating a settlement for their role in the nation's deadly opioid crisis. Tens of billions of dollars are at stake but the companies are also planning to use corporate tax breaks including a new one created during the pandemic to offset those opioid payouts. Some members of congress are furious about this. Npr addiction correspondent. Brian man joins us now. Brian So we mentioned johnson and johnson but there are other companies in this situation rate. Rachel johnson and johnson's obviously the name brand company here. These other three cardinal health amirah source baragan and mckesson work more behind the scenes or these really big corporations that earned huge profits distributing highly addictive opioid medications and now they face this wave of lawsuits tied to that business we know from financial filings at the companies are close to a settlement. That would resolve all that. Here's a cardinal health. Ceo michael kaufmann speaking to investors last month of cover the opioid quickly. You know as i've said in the path that continues to be as you know complex the go a lot of moving parts but were continuing to make progress there under the tentative terms of this deal. Cardinal health and these other companies aren't expected to admit any wrongdoing but as much as twenty six billion dollars would be paid out to help communities slammed by the opioid crisis but now these companies have revealed plans to write off a portion of those opioid payments on their taxes. House that's is that supposed to work. Yeah this is really controversial. In financial filings. The firm say they plan to declare these opioid payments as losses which is a deduction right. It's similar to one. Anybody might use to pay less than federal taxes. So if they pay twenty six billion dollars in opioid settlements they could recoup as much as four billion in tax benefits and that really anger some lawmakers including congressman jimmy gomez. He's a democrat from california. He says these communities need that money they get away with it detonates. Less money going into into the treasury that means less money for programs that will help get with the fallout of the crystals the companies. Meanwhile say they're just following federal tax law and that appears to be the case. One of the companies cardinal health says it plans to use a new tax break created last year under the cares act. This was a law. Signed by former president trump meant to help companies that were struggling because of the pandemic is cardinal health. A struggling company. No and this again is why this is so controversial. These health care and drug companies have done really well financially over the last year but cardinal health has confirmed it still plans to use that pandemic tax benefit to recoup as much as four hundred and twenty million dollars in taxes. Already paid out. The company sent a statement. Npr saying their tax plan is quote permissible under federal law but congressman gomez described. This use of the cares act is outrageous and wrong. His committee the house oversight and reform committee sent letters to all of these companies asking for more information about their tax strategies. We expect to hear some answers to those questions by next
New York’s $226 Billion Pension Fund Is Dropping Fossil Fuel Stocks
"The state of new york has announced plans to divest. Its two hundred twenty. Six billion dollar retirement fund from most fossil fuel companies. The new york state common retirement fund is the third largest public pension fund in the united states. New york state controller. Tom donna police said the fund would divest from the riskiest oil and gas companies by twenty twenty five and decarbonised by twenty forty. The decision follows years of organizing by the divest new york campaign which was launched after hurricane. Sandy bill mckibben co-founder of three fifty dot. Org hailed the decision. This is one of the really great. In a moment. This is the biggest pension fund to divaesque. It comes from the state that is at the heart of the global financial system. That is it is smart money and it comes after the lawyer for of the controller to engage with these oil companies and try to knock some sense into
"over twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is a Bloomberg money Bennett with the major concert tour shut down and summer seasons canceled from Hollywood to Tanglewood musicians and music venues are looking for ways to pay the bills Rolling Stone says global live events over twenty six billion dollar industry veteran tour manager Marty harm who was set to work with the rolling stones this summer says big arena shows won't be happening anytime soon I was hoping that maybe you would see people start doing shows in November December but being realistic I think it's more like next year Billboard's list of artists who have canceled tours includes Bob Dylan James Taylor Kenny Chesney Jackson Browne and new order live music fans may be treated to more streaming shows by artists who perform from their homes and some drive in concerts are planned but harm will be looking to another devastated industry for clues to when major concerts will resume we've got to follow the lead of major league sports once they start letting fans back into the games Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg radio deleted by three firms rely on BNY Mellon's Pershing to meet the needs of their most complex clients Karen Novak chief operating officer at Pershing advisor solutions explains half at BNY Mellon's Pershing we bring customized insights and strategies to help you grow your advisory business and stay on the leading edge we can support the needs of your most sophisticated clients with a full range of investment and wealth management solutions from access to private banking to consolidated bank and brokerage custody third why so many of the largest advisory firms turn to us for the financial strain and high touch service that BNY Mellon's Pershing can provide are you in a.
Criminals stealing unemployment benefits as claims surge
"Honda models are taking advantage of the unemployment surge and stealing jobless benefits U. S. labor department official testifying this past week at least twenty six billion dollars will have been wasted going mostly to fraudsters instead of the millions of Americans in need security experts say most of the fraud appears to be criminals using stolen data to make claims under someone else's identity Yuni Han ABC
South African President Unveils Historic Coronavirus Economic Stimulus
"And south Africa's put together a twenty six billion dollar package to offset the fallout from the pandemic impacts might come in says the country plans to finance it through existing budgets and funding from multilateral institutions minimal funds are likely to be kept from private galas the V. to keeping costs down according to Trudi Makhaya president Cyril Ramaphosa's economic adviser the support measures include ten point five billion dollars with guarantees for banks to encourage them to lend that would require immediate financing in Cape Town my code Bloomberg
Tokyo Olympics postponed until 2021 due to coronavirus
"The Olympics has finally been postponed the IOC and Tokyo organizers have agreed to delay the games for a year although they insist it is not a cancellation also the coronavirus sees India heading into a locked down for the next three weeks let's have the very latest now from our chief north Asia correspondent even angle and see the start with the Olympics they seem to be a no choice decision I guess for the IOC in Japan growing momentum and calls from around the world that the games they just would not be appropriate I just four months down the road from now from yesterday would be four months ago and to this July twenty fourth opening ceremonies it just wouldn't be right given the death toll given the escalating number of cases around the world there are more than fifty four thousand cases now in the United States and by most epidemiologists estimates they have not reached a peak yet we all know the situation in Italy of course in other areas of Europe and then the emerging areas of of the the Asia which I'm to talk about in just a second India weather's Thailand Singapore they're escalating number of new cases every single day so to hold the games at this time or to even have any semblance of normalcy that it's going to go ahead in four months was just not appropriate and that they're going to keep it as the Tokyo twenty twenty game in name but it'll be delayed by at least a year most likely next summer the economic impact that's the big question Goldman Sachs earlier this month said if it was canceled it could have direct and indirect consequences upwards of sixty billion dollars this is a sunk cost for the Tokyo municipal government as well as the IOC twenty six billion dollars spent by the local municipality to build out all the facilities but to delay it by a year Goldman now saying the economic impact could be about six billion dollars I think it's still a little bit too early but it's also going to take a hit on some of those Olympic sponsorship deals in a Toyota for one has spent one point eight billion dollars for a ten year agreement to sponsor the Olympics and I guess somewhat prophetically their slogan their tagline for the games was start your impossible well it's gonna be a year later to start that impossible
"over twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"In Tokyo on July the twenty fourth will be postponed until twenty twenty one there was a lot of pressure over the weekend with Canada in Australia saying that they would not send their athletes to the games and so the decision is to postpone the games Japan believe it or not has spent over twenty six billion dollars with a B. that's right on preparations they're saying the cancellation of the games would not one point four off their GDP now NFL notes the NFL's not gonna hold the draft in Las Vegas that announcement made this weekend patriots Stephen Gostkowski after fourteen seasons are the parents also signed over the weekend the Brian Hoyer to be their quarterback to go with your instead of red skins of trading for quarterback Kyle Allen XFL star PJ Walker signs of the Carolina Panthers and the forty Niners have signed linebacker Joe Walker is a seventh round pick you played last year the seventh round pick by the court by the eagles in sixteen played eleven games last year for the cardinals probably a special teamer for the forty Niners and tonight would've been game one of the bay bridge series giants in the eighties the Coliseum instead we have no baseball jays president says that Major League Baseball players need a full month of preparation to return those you have petabytes I told Rick Krueger and Brooks now continue six the SEC network it's nice enough.
California AG drops challenge to T-Mobile-Sprint merger
"California is dropping its fight against team mobiles merger with sprint the state was the last big hold out in getting the twenty six billion dollar merger finalized Attorney General Havea Serra had argued that combining the companies would dramatically reduce competition and push up prices but he reached a settlement with T. mobile and will no longer appeal the court's decision this means the deal could close by
T-Mobile-Sprint Deal, Affecting 100 Million Customers, Approved by Judge
"Got the bane of my investing existence assistance with its latest quarterly report. We're going to dip into the full mailbag but we're going to start with the business story of the day and that is the fact that nearly two years after the merger drove T. Mobile and sprint was announced we are. We're not at the finish line but we are one big step closer to this deal being finished. US District Judge ruled in favor of sprints twenty six billion dollar deal to merge with T. mobile and in terms of the stocks shares a T. mobile mobile up about ten percent shares of sprint up. Seventy two percent. Yeah well in seventy two percent from a really low number yes absolutely is the T.. Mobile pop was yeah. That's that's pretty significant and I like it because it shows the market's expectation that this is going to be actually a good thing for both from both companies to merge into one One one of the things. I've found that Kind of unusual is that The claim is that this is going to me job creating from the get-go most mergers like this Our job destroying because you Overlap on a whole bunch of Back Back Office office things for instance and But these guys are saying yeah. We're going to create something like thirty five hundred dollars. I think is the number for the first year and eleven thousand over the next five years. That's pretty cool. Yes absolutely if they can pull that off and it's interesting because it to your point they're trying to strike a balance they're trying to say. Hey we're going to create jobs but they're also saying to Wall Street. We think about six billion dollars in synergies right. It'd be because yes absolutely some of the HR Dr Finance legal some of those jobs. Go Away I I should mention were again. We're not we're not at the final step here. It's still needs to be approved by the California Public Utilities Commission. But as you said I mean you look at the market reaction it seems teams like maybe not. I don't want to jinx it but it seems like this is going to happen I think it will. The states The thirteenth states that were challenging it led by California for New York New York Attorney General said that she still wants to really think about this as she still believes. The judge was wrong but I think and and reading the the Excerpts from the judge's decision it seems that he was pretty on board saying that this is going to be actually better for the industry T mobile He he called him out T.. Mobile has really challenged the comments. At and T. and verizon The companies that CEO John Legere Ledger Ledger ca routinely called dumb and dumber in his notes but He says the judge that has says that In an should be good for the business and we're having a fourth company stood up in in the form of dish network They're being stood up a with a With the use of a T. mobile and sprint's networks for I believe seven years and a whole whole bunch of customers that are going to be transferred over to them to get them up and running a fourth a cell provider competitor. He mentioned John Ledger. Adjourn and one of my favorite. CEO's never fails to entertain. But I think it's you know ledger because of his antics because because of the way he would go after in particular verizon an at and T. and very public ways. I should also mention both stocks down ever so slightly if you're at GMT and your verizon. You're you're not thrilled about this but maybe it it helps a little bit. John Ledger is not going to be the. CEO of the resulting company. Mike seaver is going to get the corner office on this so that was announced. November is not a new thing with this right and if if you like colorful. CEO's while there's a little bit of sadness with this but it's point out that ledger wasn't just amusing and colorful he. He was also a very effective business. Leader did a great job of adding subscribers to the bottom line for T. Mobile. If he wasn't able to do that then he would have. Just been a mouthy. CEO who wasn't backing it up. No he backed it up. No it did and One of the things he did was he got I think he got the company more more energized in in both getting its customers satisfied which for this industry is big hurdle and And getting the employee is more engaged in happy employees happy customers and that leads to better business and the revenue numbers that this company had been growing like crazy. So yeah they've been they've been doing pretty well bill under ledger and hope they continue under a
T-Mobile's $26.5 billion Sprint merger approved by judge
"News it appears the government's going to approve the merger between sprint and T. mobile the nation's third and fourth largest wireless carriers after a federal judge now has approved team mobiles twenty six billion dollar takeover of spring CVS just lesson today US district judge ruled in favor of the merger between T. mobile and sprint and the stock was a pretty big in premarket trading it looks like this deal is going to happen there are few more hurdles to close the deal the California public utilities commission has to approve it and so until that happens it's not a definite but it looks more likely
T-Mobile-Sprint merger wins approval from U.S. judge
"This morning looks like sprint is about finished off is a brand of the twenty six billion dollar merger deal with team mobile was okayed by a federal judge only California needs to approve the deal for the new company to happen which will be called T. mobile if you own shares and sprint all good for you either up about seventy percent
"And T. mobile the long-awaited merger of the number. Three and number four wireless providers is closer to happening nearly two years after I being announced announced a US district judge ruled in favor of the twenty six billion dollar deal rejecting an unusual suit filed in June by attorneys general from thirteen states and DC. In that suit the states argued a combined sprint T.. Mobile would reduce competition in the industry and lead to higher cell phone bills for consumers yesterday on the pod. We brought you Andrew Ross. Sorkin exclusive exclusive discussion with Marcello Flora the former sprint CEO who is now executive chairman of we work and CEO of Softbank a sprint investor. We're going to have a decision. I'm based on the merits of the merger. Nothing has changed. We believe that is the best for. US consumer central repetition. The judge's decision was announced today while Squawk box was on the air. Sending the stock price of both companies straight up. It is now official a federal judge approving
Testimony ends in T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial in New York
"In the canyon reports the FCC and justice department argued in favor of a planned merger of T. mobile and sprint in a legal filing the department of justice and the FCC claim they have worked out of twenty six billion dollar merger deal that allows T. mobile and sprint to merge while it ensures adequate competition in the telecommunications market place a coalition of fourteen state attorneys general has argued that the merger would drive up prices for consumers and would lead to a lack of competition testimony ended today moving the trial closer to having a judge ruled on whether the deal violates federal anti trust
IFF to merge with DuPont's $26 billion nutrition unit
"Learned international flavors and fragrances is now running a twenty six billion dollar agreement for du Pont's nutrition division the transaction is said to create a new company comprised of the bidders assets and dupont's nutrition business that will be spun off to existing investors an agreement could be announced as soon as today I. F. F. instead of beat out Ireland's Kerry group for dupont's nutrition
Markets hit fresh highs
"Trading we have got the down the S. and P. and nasdaq called advancing S. and P. and nasdaq they are it records right now the US be up nineteen a gain of six tenths of one percent nasdaq up one hundred points up one point two percent the Dow up one hundred and forty two points are by five tenths of one percent stocks climbed records on optimism over China trade relations and a fresh wave of merger and acquisition activity it is been a busy day over a day for the deal makers Schwall buying TD Ameritrade for twenty six billion dollars Schwab up one point three percent TD Ameritrade up six point seven
Charles Schwab to buy TD Ameritrade in $26-billion blockbuster brokerage deal
"Schwab is buying rival TD Ameritrade in in approximately twenty six billion dollar all stock deal blockbuster agreement xcelerated my disruption in the online brokerage
Charles Schwab to buy TD Ameritrade for $26 billion
"On it looks as if the Schwab addy Ameritrade deal TD Ameritrade Dale we'll go we'll go through Charles Schwab says it's buying TD Ameritrade in a twenty six billion dollar deal it's all stock it's expected to close sometime in the second half of next year could take up to three years for the brokerage firms to fully integrate the corporate headquarters of the combined firm will be in Texas but Schwab still has a very large and growing campus here in
"over twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With the legacy of putting clients financial wellbeing. I learn more at Raymond James dot com. And by the listeners of K Q E D, no significant changes are expected weather wise today, we've are going to see a return of onshore flow. That's going to result in a few degrees of cooling, especially for the coastal areas. And for the north bay. Subtle in gradual cooling trend is expected to continue through the second half of this week and into the weekend. And that a lot of bring temperatures back down to what we normally experience at this time of the year. We are expecting sunny skies today with highs range from the mid seventy s to the low nineties the winds will be southwesterly between five and fifteen miles per hour. San Francisco today is expected to top out at seventy three degrees. Oakland will have a high of seventy nine Santer fell will get up to eighty Redwood City. We'll have a high of eighty two degrees. Fremont today. We'll see a high of eighty five Napa expecting a high of eighty six Santa Rosa, Livermore, and San Jose will share a high of eighty seven degrees this afternoon, concord, and Morgan hill, we'll both have a high of eighty nine Fairfield can expect a high of ninety this afternoon and Sacramento, we'll have a high of ninety two degrees. Welcome back to this morning's forum on Michael Krasny. A new study shows that Barry adults over twenty six billion dollars in student dead in the year twenty eighteen in the study by the San Francisco treasure and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco found a dramatic disparity in how student debt affects low income people and communities.
"over twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"There's just no stopping you the moment in terms of breaking news. Where are we with this? This would be an Islamic finance. I mean this wave keeps coming. What do we know? Well, if you remember a few months ago when you spoke to the devise on a Bank, he said, he's not looking at deal. But if they if they would look at being the acquirer rather than being bought out what we're hearing from sources now is that they are indeed looking at a deal they're looking at buying out nor Islamic Bank, another Divi based Islamic Bank. There's a few Cullman shareholders between them which is if you look at what happens a lot of the time in these mergers that are going on around the region it's web as Coleman shareholder who can really draw for transaction Fru. That's where we're seeing the most traction happening for actually being able to get over the line and a merger of those two banks would create a lender with around seventy five billion dollars worth of assets. So it would be it would be one of the top five banks in the country. And so in this sort of quest for scale as buying saw increasingly? Urging the being able to have that scale and so is to attract deposits again. Lower your cost of funding these becoming increasingly important most read stories Bloomberg this morning is the market took it Brady. News around the Saudi Aramco bond pricing. Given what we've seen in terms of an insatiable demand for yield emerging markets. How are they going to find the balance when it comes to pricing? Well, I think the speaking to people around this issue in the run-up to around co coming to the market. The the sense was that around Kobe are going to be very very price sensitive, and what was going to be more important to them was getting a deal, which have the absolute best possible price, and if that meant taking a smaller overall deal size, and that was probably the way that they were going go where we look at the feedback that was coming out from the League Managers at the end of last week Aramco's already go over twenty six billion dollars worth of orders. And the feeling we're hearing is that around half of that is priced inside the sovereign. So actually, it looks like Aramco's probably going to be sitting in the best of both worlds. And it's going to be a massive deal and printer inside the sovereign, and that's what I expect. We'll probably see either later on today or tomorrow. Let's see around co bone roadshows finished on and they start competing this offering Matt's great catching up. Thank you very much for stopping by finance. Reporter Matthew Martin. Let's get some perspective here and cross out to Mohammed needs a chief strategy officer Dhabi capital joins us from our studio in. Well, how are you able to play in the Saudi Aramco bonus show in some way? Are you able to get your hand on the paper? And where's it gonna price? Do you think? Good morning. No, not at the moment. We we. We don't go into the primary market,.
"over twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"If you remember a few months ago when you spoke to the of devise on buying he said, he's at that time and not looking deal. But if they if they wasn't look than they would look at being the acquirer rather than being bought out what we hearing from sources now is that they are indeed looking at a deal. They're looking at buying out, nor is vying another Divi based Islamic Bank. There's a few common shareholders between them which is if you look at what happens a lot of the time in these mergers that are going on around the region. It's weather as Coleman shareholder who can really draw transaction through. That's where we're seeing. The most traction happening is actually being able to get over the line and a merger of those two banks would create a lender with around seventy five billion dollars worth of sets. So it would be it would be one of the top five banks in the country. So in this sort of quest for scale as buying saw increasingly. Urging being able to have that scale. And so is to attract deposits again. Love your cost of funding these becoming increasingly important stories. Bloomberg this morning is what the market took a Brady news around the Saudi around bond pricing. Given what we've seen in terms of an insatiable demand for yield emerging markets. How are they going to find the balance when it comes to pricing? Well, the speaking to people around this issue in the run-up to around co coming to the market, the the sense was that around kogo to be very very price sensitive, and what was going to be more important to them was getting a deal, which have the absolute best possible price, and if that meant taking a smaller overall deal size, and that was probably the way that we're going to go when we look at the feedback that was coming out from the lead manages the end of last week coz already over twenty six billion dollars worth of orders. And the feeling we're hearing is that around half of that is priced inside the sovereign. So actually, it looks like it's probably going to be sitting in the best of both worlds, and it's going to be a massive deal and it inside the silver. And that's what I expect. We'll probably see either later today or tomorrow. Let's see around co bone Roach is finished and they start competing this offering. Great kathie. Thank you very much for stopping by finance perspective here and cross out to he's chief strategy officer Donny capital joins us from our studio in Downey. Well, how are you able to play in the Saudi Aramco bonus show in some way? Are you able to get your hand on the paper? And where's it gonna price? Do you think? Good morning, knowing that the moment, we we don't go into the primary.
"over twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Home over twenty six billion dollars. Just take a little bit of them. We build the wall. Billion? That's right with a b like Carl Sagan twenty six point one billion dollars. That's the most ever recorded and better than the twenty four point one billion in two thousand sixteen over the same period. Twenty six billion dollars barring a major setback in December the total annual figure for two thousand seventeen is on pace. To hit another record high remits, I guess aiming to well. This is they're confused because I guess they said twenty that is from two thousand seventeen but I think they're mean, we're on record for two thousand eighteen but I'll tell you why I think they're confused because the story is dated January third two thousand eighteen so. Who knows whether this is, you know, whether it's now nineteen year old, but whatever it is. If this is from a year ago so from last year. Twenty six billion dollars twenty six billion dollars. They sent home in two thousand seventeen and we're asking for five billion to build a wall. My solution. The most of these people I would suggest or legal aliens of sending the money back home. Really, do I would require you to have a birth certificate, or at least a proof of citizenship before you can wire any money out of the US anywhere that would cut it. If you could see this is what I talked about for many years about de magnetising America. If you demagnetize a bit one of the ways to do it one of the magnets is they get to come over here and work, and then they get to send money back home. If they weren't able to send the money back home. Then they probably wouldn't come because what's the point unless they start a smuggling ring going back over. And then of course, if you do that, you got a wall to go through if we had a wall. So last year this story from from January third of two thousand eighteen shows than in the year prior twenty six and so we're on pace. Now, it's getting worse and worse every year twenty six billion dollars. So that's twenty six billion dollars. This is not in our economy. That's going home and people talking about all they're just so good for the economy. Then really they're taking jobs from Americans. What is it by the way, what is the contribution from a legal aliens other than they worked cheap? That's basically it. And look I don't have any problem with legal immigration with people want to come here the right way. And if there are jobs that need to be filled, and we don't have enough miracles to fill them. I get that. I understand that where there's a proper way to come to the United States, and this ain't the way to do it. So that's what they're doing. That is twenty six billion dollars. And if it's just another reason that we should build the wall. But you got to have people that are out there out front. Talking about this. And and the president's doing a great job in trying to get a wall. But he's he's not. He doesn't articulated at all times. Like, I think he should now far be from me to tell the president had to do his job. But you know, what happens with gets hung up on some of the inner fighting and mad dog Mattis and things like this had really don't have anything to do with anything if he would stay constantly. That's if there's one thing that he could improve on in two thousand nineteen. And that would be focus, focus, focus, focus. My wife asked me what what are you going to work on in twenty ninety? I said nothing really I'm pretty much perfect already. So I don't think that there's any room for Brin. We all have room for improvement. But I've never done this whole thing with New Year's resolutions. For one thing you just set yourself up to fail. I got long term goals of things that I wanna do. But if I start writing them down to do this. Now, there's one thing the right stuff down. That's that's a long term goal. But you put here's what happens with the resolution nominees beat be honest with you. People set New Year's resolutions. And then what do they do they break them? And then they get discouraged and then they get discouraged, and then they don't follow through. I was having a conversation with my kids today about that. Because that's one of the things I'm trying to teach them still and thereby grown. Well. Well, they all they're all grown. But it's about follow-through anybody can dream. But it takes it takes somebody. With some tenacity to follow through on the dream dreamers were dime. A dozen everybody dreams everybody all I should do. This is the person that puts that into play. And this is something that took me a long time to figure out because here, I am a guy with limited talent. But I got to nasty like crazy. I I mean, I'm I'm like a bulldog. And so if I want to do something I'm going to make sure I do want to write books. I write books being radio when we work your way up and you, but it takes follow through. And I think that's what this presence can have to do. He sort of gets distracted by different things. Now, he's followed through on some things. Absolutely. I mean, we got the tax cuts that was. That was tremendous. But then he seems to move from other things and gets distracted by the whole thing with Russia and the Muller investigation, by way, we haven't heard a whole lot. Do they shut that down because the government shutdown? I dunno. You says the department of Justice? I can't imagine that the Muller folks are getting the work there, certainly not essential employees. And so that's what we have. We have a situation here where we are again. He is he's focused now with the government shutdown. My question is is he going to get distracted by something has to say, oh, you're Nancy Pelosi today said that she will I'll play you can say Nancy Pelosi said or I can just leave here. Nancy Pelosi said if I can find it below. Oh, yeah. I think this is the one right here check, this this this is this is what she one this is the old banana and the tailpipe if you're not familiar with I use that all the time. But it's from Beverly Hills cop the first one, and this is what? Axel foley. Who was played by Eddie Murphy. He's trying to get away from these two detectives that are have have his hotel steak now. And so he goes and puts a banana and their tailpipe, and it makes the car. So there won't it won't move. And then he gets away from him. And he goes to investigate what he's investigating investigate a murder. And then these guys come up, and it's a white guy black guy if you Google this. It's got some, you know, some bad words in it. But it's hilarious. He's out in front of the gate of this guy that he's thinks is behind this murder and these guys finally find them income driving up and the black guy says we're not gonna fall for the banana on the table. And any Murphy says you're not gonna fall for the banana tailpipe no anger over no banana until by so hand, schools them on how to talk black. It was hilarious anyway. So I am falling for the banana the tailpipe and Trump shouldn't fall for the banana, the tailpipe either this what name this is the banana the tailpipe with Nancy Pelosi today at question to the president..
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"Free pot ever. Thanks, owner said he plans to challenge the violations. That could cost him his license. He tells the Olympian it's a separate premises upstairs. It's a separate business. They did a raid on a separate business. And now, we're the ones being held accountable. Brian Calvert, KOMO news federal money for the nationals, national parks forests. And public lands is in jeopardy. The land and water conservation fund expired, two months ago with only a fraction now budgeted compared to years past US Senator Maria Cantwell is backing a Bill to reauthorize full funding and make it permanent for the fund. We love the land. And we'd love what it does for America. It may actually be the antidote to the information age that we live in where we're so frenetic every day can't well says in Washington state alone. The outdoor recreation economy contributes over twenty six billion dollars in consumer spending and supports over two hundred thousand direct jobs as impressive as voter turnout was for this month's midterm election. Turns out it did not set a record in the state more from komo's Gregg Hersholt. The all time record was set in one thousand nine hundred seventy when seventy one point eight five percent of registered voters cast ballots. This month turnout was seventy one point eight three missing the Mark by two hundredths of a percent or eleven hundred and one voters the certified numbers from the secretary of state show, San Juan county at the top of the turnout list. At nearly eighty four percent Yakama county at the bottom at about. Sixty two percent can county turnout was nearly seventy five percent with so many high profile races in issues on the ballot. Secretary of state Kim Wyman tells the Seattle times it's still unclear whether prepaid postage for the mail in ballots. Played a major role in the. Turnout or just encourage people not to seek out. A dropbox. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. Komo news time to ten sports at ten and forty past the hour with Tom Glasgow. He's talking you to football and more from the Harley exterior sports desk. Just over twenty four hours away from tomorrow's Pac twelve championship football game. The huskies taken on Utah and Santa Clara pre game coverage at noon kickoff said five o'clock the head coach of the uses Kyle Wittingham proud of his club reaching the conference championship game. Yeah. It's been a exciting journey, and and as I've said many times in the past when we joined the Pac twelve and it was like, I got a new job. Everything was different. Everything was was. Raised in virtually every area and. It was a big challenge coming from a group of five to our five is a is a huge undertaking. Nothing bigger than most people realize tomorrow will advance to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Very good Thursday night match at the New Orleans Saints the NFL's best team so far this season. Taken on a Dallas team, that's kicked it into gear. The last few weeks and the Mariners making a deal with the Atlanta Braves picking up a twenty one year old left-handed pitcher by the name of Ricardo Sanchez. You pitch to AA ball last season in return for cash considerations. More sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. I'm Tom Glasgow. And remember tonight at seven o'clock more on tomorrow's Pac twelve championship game. With Bill Swartz on the Thursday night. Doghouse attorney Michael lava naughty under fire now from one of his most high profile clients, here's ABC's Pierre Thomas stormy Daniels. The woman who claims she had an affair with President Donald Trump and.
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"Family income or GPA, see Romero. Komo news federal money for the nation's parks. Forests and public lands is in jeopardy. The land and water conservation fund expired, two months ago with only a fraction now budgeted compared to years past Senator Maria Cantwell backing a Bill to reauthorize full funding and make it permanent for the fund. We love the land. And we love what it does. For america. It may actually be the antidote to the information age that we live in where we're so frenetic every day. Can we'll says in Washington state alone. The outdoor recreation Konami contributes over twenty six billion dollars in consumer spending and supports over two hundred thousand direct jobs will an impressive the voter turnout was for this month's midterm election. It did not set a record in Washington state more from komo's Gregg Hersholt. The all time record was set in one thousand nine hundred seventy when seventy one point eight five percent of registered voters cast ballots. This month turnout was seventy one point eight three missing the Mark by two hundreds of a percent or eleven hundred and one voters the certified numbers from the secretary of state show, San Juan county at the top of the turnout list. At nearly eighty four percent Yakima county at the bottom at about sixty two percent can county turnout was nearly seventy five percent with so many high profile races in issues on the ballot. Secretary of state Kim Wyman tells the Seattle times it's still unclear whether prepaid postage for. For the mail in ballots. Played a major role in the turnout or just encourage people not to seek out a dropbox. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. The owner of a licensed cannabis store and says he did not break the rules when he offered customers free samples as komo's Brian Calvert reports state regulators that are not buying the owner of dunks wonder.
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"Now, they're still blowing an essay blow it picks up the fire activity in the mountains. Around malibu. That's ABC's. Alec stone in Malibu the total damage estimate from the fires now over twenty six billion dollars. Meanwhile, hundreds of Texas, firefighters and support personnel. Departed for California on Monday to help fight the latest outbreak in wildfires. Greg Abbott says two hundred firefighters with fifty five fire engines were being deployed statewide teams from the Texas for service at Texas or also on the way to the Golden State mandatory water restrictions for Galveston start now and go through this Saturday residents are asked to avoid unnecessary water uses that includes watering lawns washing cars, and even limiting the frequency of when you do laundry Gulf Coast water authority crews will repair leak in a line. Serving many municipal customers. Autry Morton, NewsRadio seven forty K Terry Houston area, congressman Dan Crenshaw continuing to gain national fame after he appeared on Saturday Night Live over the weekend. What a week after SNL cast member Pete Davidson mocked Crenshaw's ipad. Crenshaw telling KTAR reaches Michael berry that he was happy to get an apology from Davidson and have some fun with it to centimeters knocking them over the head over it. It was pretty clear that he kind of met at a different way know, I don't know. But if they felt bad about it, and they wanted to make it wanted to make the skit work, and I got to work with them on. It says he's now focused on his congressional orientation and preparing to take office in January. State rep Lau larcenous hoping to end daylight saving time in Texas. Republican plans to introduce the Texas loves sunshine act in hopes of putting the state on standard time the entire year. Larson says it would give people more time outdoors. Eddie doesn't think daylight saving time actually saves any energy KTAR, h news time is twelve. Oh, three marvel comics legend, STAN Lee has died. He's known for creating and co creating some of the most iconic characters in the world from spider man to the incredible hulk two Black Panther ironman more at comic con a couple of years ago. I asked danley which character he was most proud of. Maybe Spiderman he.
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"Hello walls School board. Use today's we're up in California in San Diego and various. Other places we've gotta stretch of eighty miles that's. Just starting we're doing well, with it but we have very little help from congress in particular from the Democrats, in congress because they're just obstruction is most of voted for wall ten. Years ago twelve years ago, they voted but they're just a bunch. Of obstruction Well it is stunning is it not that the Republicans have the. House and Senate I n, Elwyn could not at least thus far Get it together. To fund the president's wall campaigned on it it was one? Of his most important campaign pledges and yet congress He they don't, wanna do it they spend money on the military have to. Do the military president just signed that military authorization Bill into law Or they don't want the, border to be that secure I mean I know that's. Very, cynical to say but one congressman has an idea about how to, fund the wall and I'm willing to hear any ideas at this, point congressman Andy Biggs from the great state of Arizona is with. Us now and he's going to. Explain his own legislative approach to. This problem which should not be, that difficult given America's engine and. Drive yet it seems to be foot-dragging nonstop Congressman is great to have. You with us how are you Great how you doing Laura I'm great so tell us how it would work and then tell us who. Will support you in this effort to get. This wall funded Well it works by funding it in three ways first of. All if we catch. Someone crossing. The border illegally we're going to reduce their foreign aid by two thousand dollars for every person that interest illegally that we apprehend That. Probably, brings in fifty million dollars just from. Mexico alone I ninety four which is what the entry card that the, border patrol keeps track and the the customs, border patrol keeps back if everybody coming in and, out supposedly anyway that's been six bucks for many years. We're gonna raise it the twenty five and used. To fund, the wall, and also the equipment that became dilapidated them the, Obama administration you'll be what about, data raise at least a hundred million. A year with the big the big part of this is the remittance payments last year for instance Mexico received over twenty six billion dollars in repentance, payments from people in the US put a five percent fee on that and since it's in the hundreds, of millions of dollars hundreds of billions of. Dollars every year, that actually leave our economy to go throughout, the world we'll we'll get probably anywhere from two to three billion dollars a year from that we can afford Been to pay for this wall without. Touching the general fund nobody's precious programs have to. Be interrupted. But we, can pay for this wall well how much would, you have to tax the remittances back to Mexico or Central America or. Any of those tax them the is that we have in the Bill right now is five percent recognizing that they will probably have to negotiate that, out if we can get started at ten to five let's start at ten why. Starting at five No I. Mean, honestly I mean the idea that you have some great to be here in most of the people sending these remittances? Back I think most of them not all of them but most of all I don't know maybe you tell me maybe maybe I'm wrong but I don't think so most of. The remittances being wired. From? Illegal immigrants themselves Well if the goal in south of the border most of them going into Mexico and the Central. American states from illegal aliens but we're one tax, and the whole thing, because we were. Told we can't women, have to the illegal, the states provided the bulk. Of illegal aliens so we were going around the world Buddies remittance is going to be so I can be. A legal one that's why it's five percent because we're going to, get us defensively we could give me, from five we could get as much as. Five to ten billion dollars a year If it's worldwide remittance payments do you think that. Part of what's going on though is that many of your colleagues. Even your Republican colleagues have no. Interest in this wall they the actual idea of a wall offends them Yes you're exactly right That's why they stick funding for the wall in these, massive, omnibus bills again Yeah they're gonna sink under their own weight so so I think it's a lot of lip service and it's really been difficult for people who really believe. That we have to secure the. Border like me who's in a border state that's that's part of the. Problem Yeah well again I believe that when we look at we look at the. New, increases the number of family units crossing, the voter year over year even if you had a slight dip in July year-over-year it's just massive one hundred twenty percent spike in the number of families and unaccompanied minors caught at the. Border in the Yuma sector alone So if that's the case and it seems like? This. This, should, be a nine one one emergency for, congress and just like in two thousand fourteen when we had this big blow up at the. Border with all these unaccompanied minors coming across congress kind. Of watches it. And they do nothing so you've now propose this do you have any other Republican congressmen supporting you what you're doing here Oh yeah we have we had a small group of. Co-sponsors because we're in recess but I think we're going to get a lot more cosponsor but my problem is that leadership is saying. This, Bill the seven committees Laura and you know. What that means they're saying. The seven committees they're not just trying to send? A message to me Tend to send a message in my opinion to everybody that they. Really don't want this because this is a spanned alone Bill and I believe that by the you know. In, the next month or, two I'll add fifty two hundred co-sponsors. To this Bill and I'm gonna have to go to each one of these committee chairman and beg them to release the Bill and bring. It straight, to the four that's that's the only way we have a chance of getting a boat on the poor. Or my goodness well I have to say I'm thrilled to. Hear some creative thinking. I support what you're trying to do one hundred. Percent and you need to get the president on board with this and he should be I mean this should be an all out push before. The midterm, elections because. The midterms are going to be tough it'd be tough for, the Republicans and they lose the house then it's all done. You're never going to have a wall in gonna it's, not going to, get, done and then the you're going. To get nailed on that. In the next campaign because you guys have the house Senate and the presidency and you didn't get your precious wall ha ha ha and that's not going to. Work well for Republicans so y- your idea is a great. Idea thank you you're. You're exactly right I think that we don't get. This done and we get it done by the mid term that the American people will justifiably be able to say the Republicans broke that promise And we lose. We lose it that's the case now in the crime and the MS thirteen there's another MS thirteen case in Silver Spring yesterday sentenced to life in, prison for racketeering conspiracy murder You know the. East Boston teen MS thirteen member prosecutors want him, put away for at least thirty five years I think it should be life but you can't do this city American people and thanks, to you congressman Biggs for pushing this and we'll, stay followed stay closely following your efforts and. We now we need to get this wall built Andy Biggs congressman from the great state of. Arizona, which, is suffered a lot under this illegal immigration, and he actually is doing what, we hope congressman. Do actually come. Up with ideas and solutions that better our. Lives here in this country eight five five forty Laura great idea.
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"It? Together to fund the president's wall campaigned on it It was one of his most important campaign pledges and yet congress They don't wanna do it, they spend money on the military have to. Do the military president just signed that military authorization Bill into law Or they don't want the border, to be that secure I mean I know that's very. Cynical, to say but one congressman has an idea about how to fund, the wall and I'm willing to hear any ideas at this point, congressman Andy Biggs from the great state of Arizona is with us now. And he's going to explain his. Own legislative approach to this. Problem which should not be that, difficult given America's engineer witty and. Drive yet it seems to be foot-dragging nonstop Congressman is great to have. You with us how are you Great. How're you doing I'm great so tell us how it would work and then tell us who will support you in this effort to get this wall funded by funding. It in three, ways first of all if we catch someone, crossing the border illegally we're going to reduce their foreign aid by two thousand dollars for every person that interests. Illegally. That we apprehend That probably brings in fifty million dollars just from Mexico alone I ninety four which is what the entry card that the border patrol keeps track and the the customs. Border, patrol keeps back if everybody coming in. And out supposedly anyway that's been six bucks for many years we're gonna, raise it the five and use that to fund the wall and also the equipment that became, dilapidated than the Obama administration you'll be what about data, raise at least a hundred million a year with. The big. The big, part of this is the remittance payments last year for instance Mexico Received over twenty. Six billion dollars repentance payments from people in the. US put, up five, percent And since it's hundreds of millions of dollars, hundreds of billions of dollars every year that actually leave our economy to go throughout. The world we'll we'll get probably anywhere from two to three billion dollars. A year from that we can afford, to pay for this wall without touching. The, general fund nobody's precious programs have to be interrupted but we can pay for this wall well how? Much would you have to tax remittances back to Mexico or Central America or any, of those how much would you have to tax them The few that we? Have in the Bill now is five percent Recognizing that they. Will probably have to negotiate that out if we can. Get. Started ten, to, five sets start at ten starting at five no I mean honestly I mean the idea that you have some right to. Be here in mo- most of the people sending, these remittances, back I think. Most of them not all of them but, most I don't know maybe you tell me maybe maybe I'm wrong but I don't think. So aren't most of the remittances being wired from illegal immigrants themselves Well if the goal in south of the border most of them going into Mexico and the Central American. States are from illegal aliens but we're one tax, and the, whole thing because. We were told we, can't women to the, illegal the states provided the bulk of illegal aliens so we were going around the world Buddies remittance is going to be illegal one that's? Why it's five percent because we're gonna get, ostensibly, we could give me work from we could, get as much as ten billion dollars a year if it's worldwide remittance payments do, you think that part of what's going on though is that many, of your colleagues even your Republican, colleagues have no interest in this wall they. The actual idea of wall offends them Yes you're exactly right That's why they stick funding for the wall in these, massive, omnibus bills again Yeah Sink under their own. Weight so so I think it's a lot of lip service and it's really been difficult for people who really believe that we have to secure the border like me who's in a border. State that's that's part of the. Problem Yeah well again I believe that when we look at we look at the new increases the number of family units crossing. The border year over year even if you had a slight dip in July year-over-year it's just massive one hundred twenty percent spike in the number of families and unaccompanied minors caught at the. Border in the Yuma sector alone So if that's the case and I it seems like this? This. Should, be, a nine one one emergency for congress, and just like in two thousand fourteen when we had this big blow up at the border. With all these unaccompanied minors coming across congress kind of. Watches it and. They do nothing so you've now propose this do you have any other Republican congressmen supporting you and what you're doing here Yeah we have a we had a small. Group of co-sponsors because we're in recess but I think we're going to get a lot more cosponsor but my problem is that leadership. Assigned, this Bill the seven committees Laura and you. Know what that means they're. Saying the seven committees they're not just trying to send a message to me Tend, to, send a message in my opinion. To everybody that they really. Don't want this because this is the end alone Bill And I believe that by the you know the next month or two I'll add fifty two hundred co-sponsors to this Bill and I'm gonna have. To go to each one of these committee chairman and begged them to release the Bill and, bring it straight to the four that's that's the only way we have a chance of you getting a vote on the poor Oh my goodness, well I have to. Say I'm thrilled to hear some creative thinking I support. What you're trying to do one hundred percent and you need to get the president on board with this and he, should be, I mean this should be an all out push before, the midterm elections because the midterms are. Gonna be tough. It'd be tough for the Republicans and the. House then it's all done you're never going. To have. A wall in not. Gonna it's not gonna get done and then the you're going to get nailed on that and the next campaign because oh you guys you guys have the, house and Senate and the presidency and you didn't get your precious wall, ha ha ha and that's, not gonna work well for Republicans so y- your idea is a great idea thank you you're you're exactly right I think that if we don't get this done and we get it done by the. Mid term that the American people will justifiably be able to say the Republicans broke that promise And we. Lose we lose it that's the case now in the crime and the MS thirteen is another MS thirteen case in Silver Spring yesterday sentenced to life in, prison for racketeering conspiracy murder Know. The east Boston teen MS thirteen member it prosecutors want him put away for at least thirty five years I think it should be life but You can't do this city American people and thanks to you congressman Biggs for pushing this, and we'll stay followed stay closely following your efforts, and we we need to get this wall. Built Andy Biggs congressman from the great state of Arizona which is suffered a lot under this. Illegal, immigration, and he actually is doing. What we hope, congressman do actually. Come up with, ideas and solutions, that better our lives here in this country eight five five forty Laura great. Idea by the.
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"Hi you're that you're gone furs so ages i know it seemed like just yesterday of i was out for jury duty and then i visited family it was gone for a week and i'm happy to back though you know it's hard to kinda get integrated back in the technology news when he be gone for a week because it moves fast i'll give you the on the short hand yes ali let notes ilan musk said some crazy ma some phone god delayed uh people are over and undervaluing apple and the iphone eight is coming out and it's going to be shape like an elephant burqas will more to add in that is over just uber who happened to him as usually happens and feel like every week there something gaber whether we choose talked about it or not uh you know what else is happening right now what earnings palooza and i think it kind of kicked off a little bit today alphabet i may have been issued a two point seven billion dollar fine last month by european union regulators for antitrust violations but that didn't stop the company for reporting over twenty six billion dollars in revenue the first three months of the year that's up twenty one percent yearoveryear even with that fine from the eu alphabets operating income still hit four point one billion dollars for the quarter app alphabet also announced the google ceo soon darpa chai it's going to join the company's board of directors and that's just kind of proof that pichai has been doing very well for the company in his two and some odd years at the lead of google itself so much of.
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"American i frankly with our eat the bankers in our discussions we going with the banks from doing i think it's bears meant to be parter of j p morgan chase you had to choose between one and the other they're not to be an american mean i mean i mean there's there's there's all levin lawsuits against the mortgage loan of a regarding silver manipulation in recent years all kinds of stuff theory is a long list of jp morgan chase behaving badly i've seen listed stretch out over forty pages since the the turn of the millennium it just goes on and on and on and it seems as if we were just talking about the four x rigging pap morgan case was part of that they not apart and yet they think pulled down a big profit they reported a little over seven billion dollars in profits for the second quarter thirteen percent higher than last year they've made over twenty six billion dollars over the past twelve months that's a record profit for us bank you know me diamond for all but he goes wrong eat does make money or jp morgan chase and that's why are you still there oh well we read this week that the fed is on course for gradual rate increases no surprise we've been talking about this for several months but build rose came out with a warning this week to build grosses worried about it now of course next week the federal reserve will be leading and fomc policy meeting we're not expecting anything out of this week unless you disagree i don't think there's anything that's going to come out of it it's summertime like they wanna do anything and ruin people's vacations i think the fed is going to do is probably in the eight trimming of the balance sheet in september and then one more rates at in a rate hike excu let's meet in december dash hopefully.
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"Chinh in brussels explosion and it was a small explosion took place in an underground area of the train station sky news witnesses say a man shouted allah akbar read the report that he was wearing some could have an explosive belt he appears to have been tackled by soldiers who off a very very regular occurrence right across brussels and have been in the attacks of march last year no other injuries reported distinction in the main square were evacuated a runoff election that straw national attention is in the home stretch in georgia were dim the croats hope to flip a house seat faxes evin brown is live in sandy springs daily said the polls will close here in two hours from now and that will end what many political watchdogs have called the closest in costliest special congressional race ever with well over twenty six billion dollars spent by national political groups to try to take the seat it's a longtime republican stronghold recently held by now health and human services secretary tom tom price a republican karen handel is in a neckandneck contest was democrat jon ossoff democrats say if they can win this district it will prove a chink and president trump's armor and foreshadowing of a twenty eighteen midterm lisa thanks seven voting also underway in south carolina to fill what had been a long time democrat seed flipped by republican mick mulvaney dini whose now the white house budget chief newlynamed tropical storm cindy taking aim at the texas louisiana border that are more orleans mayor mich landrieu says they could get up to a foot of rain some flooding already in southern alabama this as parts of the southwestern us deal with extreme heat plunging oil prices dragged down by dow dropped sixty one points on the fox or force fair and balanced plenty treatable ypc mobile news all the level of co eighty four degrees you'd expect isolated thunderstorms this evening that the end overnight partly sunny tomorrow understand lawyer for the michelle's corporation here's what's trendy two five will to step glitch in rochester also affect students at eighteen.
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