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Cellar Door Underground Bar
"We hear from reporter Amy Goodman about cellar door bar in London than we once an underground public blue amy. Welcome to milk street. Thank you Chris. So this is story about underground bars in London. That are in abandoned. Victorian bathrooms among other things. So let's start with the Victorian London. Where were these bathrooms? What were they like? These bathrooms were built all over London sometime after eighteen fifty and it came about because in the mid nineteenth century of torrens used water closets. But there wasn't anything to us out in public so these were designed to be very discreet. They were black wrought iron which was typical of the era with steps going underground. Decelerate the bathrooms from civil society. So this particular place cellar door where is it? How do you access it just gives us a visual image of going to the cellar door? The cellar door is a place that you could easily walk past. It's just at the edge of the theater. District sort of bordering covent garden and the Strand. There's a pink flashing neon sign outside that says cellar door and just below that pink. Neon sign is a set of stairs going down on the diagonal taking into a subterranean bar. There's a red velvet curtain and I was immediately greeted by one of the CO owners Gordon Anderson. Goo Good evening. Welcome to the seller. Do we are a London? Premiered Cavalry and villas cocteau on a short tour? This won't take long. Will it so a couple of steps into the main Bob? We've sort of we say nineteen thirties. Berlin meets New York die. Boss staff are all kisses out in bow ties and jackets? We serve very much. Traditional cocktails we sell snuff suffers eight tobacco substitute that is ingested through the nose and get some very funny looks when we serve it We have barstools in shape lips. We'll have barstools shapes of tongues. Everything slightly different here to a normal par. Did he talk about the process from the beginning having found this place bidding on it coming up with plans for renovating it? It definitely went through a process of adaptation now in terms of the way the building was transformed. There was a lot to figure out. It was a gents toilet until about fifteen years ago. When the legislation fool disabilities changed. And because it's a basement people. A tests could not gain access to the toilet so the council moved that priority on providing public toilets to street level and so these basement toilets. Alzati closing so it was an asset for the council but obviously nobody wanted a sunken basement toilets until particularly my business partner. Paul Kohler came along. He he used to pass. It was boarded up covered in graffiti and looking very sore so he contacted the council and asked for permission to come have a look As soon as we walked in and saw this place complete with his white tiled walls issue rhinos toilets and Genesis Office. I knew and he knew we both wanted to do something here. So the big challenge is taking very small space and making the most of it. Exactly how did they do that? They used the magic of mirrors. So he'll be on inside. The main. We saw fifty four square meters surrounded by Murs. Make kids seem bigger. Some of the mirrors a faceted. So you don't see a direct image. You see a reflected image of a reflection if accents we have all sorts of low level lighting colored lighting lights which sent the floor because Haswell the irrational trough used to be. It's a little bit about smoke and mirrors. It's sort of like being in Vegas. You could easily lose track of time and have no idea what day it is so the obvious question is. Is there a public restroom in the cellar door now? They've gotten rid of the restroom determined into a pub so do they actually have a bathroom there. Well that's the best part of this far. Chris the bathrooms they had been on a trip. Paul Gordon to New York where they went into a bar that had this optical illusion on the bathroom door once inside the bathroom you could see outside the door so if you were inside the bathroom and didn't know you would think that everyone could see you. People who've not been to the BOB before get very nervous. People tend to crunch to cover whatever might be on show. We've had Arctic Asians when people are drunk. They think they've locked the door but they haven't so so the first time is is kind of a shock. So is this now spread throughout London. And there's hundreds and hundreds of these places being leased out. There aren't hundreds and hundreds of these former public lose being transformed because again these spaces are so tiny and if the layout isn't right it just doesn't work for anything but it's enough of a trend that we're definitely seeing more than a dozen of these around. The country being turned into interesting spaces. There's an art gallery for example. There's a members club. There's a hair salon you name it I think. In general the whole notion of repurposing vacant spaces has taken hold in the UK and more specifically with the use of former underground carriages from the London Tube. Many of these spaces are being used for restaurants for shops for startups workspaces. And actually lend themselves quite well. Because there's built in seating so a lot of this really works and I also think this speaks very much to the British spirit of make-do-and-mend. Let's not just throw something out because it doesn't work. Let's actually turn this into something else. That works repurposing. Building is actually a good idea from an environmental perspective. Also entrepreneurs are always trying to find something different for the public to do. The public are who is trying to find something different to do in. This age of social media can't wait so your friends what you found that they have heard
"paul gordon" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"They do job will always be superior in the criminal hierarchy for me. Exactly how will I don't? I don't know if that makes me that Mr not but it's my opinions and on you know you could add if you want. You can always say you like a better written Harley Quinn can you even with the with the seemed a mandate? The Highly Clinton can't be smart. She can't be clever. Offer jokes have to be blunt in vulgar. Pardon me but I will say the one thing that the movie had going for itself is that it definitely elise. She wasn't dressed for the male gaze. That's one good thing I can say so I would. I would like to take that. Put it in the comics for sure. Were this issue like the coach like hanging offer. And no outside of the Harley thing I did enjoy everything Ties definitely on trying. He tries like rotate. Your revolve the gallery. Not just you know be dependent on one or two or three you know classic mainstay. Oh this will get them reading kind of villains united mean yeah though. I applaud him for that. Because we definitely need to shake yes and I really enjoyed the art. Jose Jimenez is really doing Oh yeah team so it just. It's actually fast paced shortlists. Three argues very pays that. That's what I can say is really warm dragging their feet about it. I mean the the designer the yes the late everything south those like moving at a really good pays the Batman. Cat Woman Dynamics. That's stroke pretty much doesn't seem like a complete plot device rain. I'm still about the joke. War Don't get me wrong. I know it's against this'll do and I'm just waiting because you know they. They pretty much shown that joker knows the identities of all the robbins and bad girl and everything if he does just like listen really already knew who radio. Wise Joker knows. Everybody knows where I told Chris than I was like. Joker probably knows pregnant. Paul Gordon and like you know what I don't know I don't want to know I I don't care about that stupid face. You the real. You is Batman. I don't care in Batman would agree with you. Let's pretend let's pretend you're north this. Pretend you donate a face under. Yeah like honesty honestly joking kind of smart. With which is the stuff that gets glossed over. Which is I think. Why a lot of people? Actually you know the whole Nolan Trilogy Jeff. So we'll see but he's like that at all. I was really excited when he put out his lead. Basically his manifesto for his Lampe battening and in twenty twenty and so far so good three months. In and I'm still interested. I'm still here for still enjoying it. I can't say for a lot of other DC books so you know Bravo Sir coach. Pick up because it's getting good again cut out but I know people were quickly Greg. Yeah I know I was feeling for a while like no but yet I've been your documents quality again. Yeah I think we might be seeing a turnaround on even been able to tolerate a little bit. More Superman so Houses they most of the books are pretty good. Sabi night wingels. Like it's on the upswing like it's GonNa you know they're going to be bringing Amnesia me daily. We know seventy five. He's not an avenue for seventy five. Exactly all everything's pretty good in that world on. I'm still excited about the move. Despite what I've seen.
"paul gordon" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"Dogmas Zero after by myself listening batches. That's that's my. Take a shot liqiudated. Excuse anyway to shake up to shake next week. The detective six sixty the we actually get some kill Kraken Bain rematch in favor. Timothy. Drik Ole Timothy McVeigh. That's one of the salad. Eight for me. I enjoyed most of the artwork except for that weird Batmans as fight like those Zombie out of nowhere. Fate going on a nice fight. Nice Suspense Nice. Nice combination of a horror movie Cop. Show like the dialogue. It pacing Can you just imagine get one more movie. Batmans get the guy who plays as an awesome. Yes at the aero side by. Yeah but the one on the ON GOUGH CERTAIN QUALITY CANDIDATE. I will cut you face. Yes and placid again gather them. Yes very enjoyable. The heat that we're finally putting the butter in skillet anxiety now mice dea. You WanNa Discuss Batman. Ninety one shower. We can discuss ninety one. They do issue came out today today today while this week this week. Guess just being crazy which I don't know it's like they pulled me with the blurb Cattleman Navy having full I hasten hours like okay get pink in Ridler like okay. Yeah but I don't really care about designer out Yamaha's about that right now. We don't know the full story behind the designer yet. Yeah better not be Roslyn. Charlie said no way. They're trying to make hardly playing his late sidekick saying like Oh yeah on the cover everything. Yeah Yeah Lay at. Lytham E. There's no place for Harley because she does not feel like a dangerous criminal to me. She is very much a joke matter. What they do job will always be superior in the criminal hierarchy for me. Exactly how will I don't? I don't know if that makes me that Mr not but it's my opinions and on you know you could add if you want. You can always say you like a better written Harley Quinn can you even with the with the seemed a mandate? The Highly Clinton can't be smart. She can't be clever. Offer jokes have to be blunt in vulgar. Pardon me but I will say the one thing that the movie had going for itself is that it definitely elise. She wasn't dressed for the male gaze. That's one good thing I can say so I would. I would like to take that and put it in the comics for sure. Were this issue like the coach like hanging offer. And no outside of the Harley thing I did enjoy everything Ties definitely on trying. He tries like rotate. Your revolve the gallery. Not just you know be dependent on one or two or three you know classic mainstay. Oh this will get them reading kind of villains united mean yeah though. I applaud him for that because we definitely needed to shake yes and I really enjoyed the art. Jose Jimenez is really doing Oh yeah team so it just. It's actually fast paced shortlists. Three argues very pays that. That's what I can say is really warm dragging their feet about it. I mean the the designer the yes the late everything south those like moving at a really good pays the Batman cat woman dynamics. I mean that's stroke. Pretty much doesn't seem like a complete plot device drain about the joke award. Don't get me wrong. I know it's against this'll do and I'm just waiting because you know they. They pretty much shown that joker knows the identities of all the robbins and bad girl and everything if he does just like listen really already knew who radio wise joker knows. Everybody knows. That's what I told Chris than I was like. Joker probably knows pregnant. Paul Gordon and like you know what I don't know I don't want to know I I don't care about that stupid face. You the real you is Batman. I don't Care Batman would agree with you. Let's pretend let's pretend you're north this. Pretend you donate a face under. Yeah like honesty honestly joking. Kind of smart with the stuff that gets glossed over. Which is I think. Why a lot of people? Actually you know the whole Nolan Trilogy Jeff. So we'll see but he's like that at all. I was really excited when he put out his lead. Basically his manifesto for his Lampe battening and in twenty twenty and so far so good three months. In and I'm still interested. I'm still here for still enjoying it. I can't say for a lot of other DC books so you know Bravo Sir coach. Pick up because it's getting good again cut out. I know people were quickly Greg feeling for a while like no but yet I've been your documents quality again. Yeah I think we might be seeing a turnaround on even been able to tolerate a little bit. More Superman so Houses they most of the books are pretty good. Sabi night wingels. Like it's on the upswing like it's GonNa you know they're going to be bringing Amnesia me daily. We know seventy five. He's not an avenue for seventy five. Exactly all everything's pretty good in that world on. I'm still actually excited about the move. Despite what I've seen I don't necessarily like what I've seen the pictures stuff They're still pitchers in its own. So I'm still willing to give it a teen. Cgi because everything these CGI. There's no such thing it's practical affects anymore. It's Fahrenheit the lost art. Yeah I mean I have hope for the movie Before Batman v Superman. I don't think he was going to be good but I hope here at a lake that pet so like I think he's a very good actor. I think he's GonNa bring something Kinda different to the role in the youngest Batman ever interested to see what they do with that. Yes all right so something old something new so borrowed something. Black Church enough about you. Come on let's get Outta here. Yes on that note. We're a mess on that note. Yes send us your thoughts like as you could send next time. We're talking detective six sixty nightfall part. Four N Hey. If you wanted to share thoughts your thoughts. 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"paul gordon" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"All right cheers bates cheers cheers cheers captain law enforcement. They were locking thing in on this ivan millette. They surveilled ivan for weeks. They tapped his phone and police located a vehicle that he he wants owned. This is the four wheel drive vehicle. That paul onions says that this man named bill quote unquote. Bill was driving arriving when he picked him up and attacked him so they found this new owner. They confirmed that it was in fact a vehicle that was purchased from ivan still inside the vehicle. They located a twenty two caliber bullet under the driver's seat. It match bullets that were found at the murder scenes guiding so this is some. This is some big info here. There's some difficulty with the investigation allegation because of another brother and this brother's name is in fact bill right so what becomes difficult with this case is is ivan for whatever reason was registering vehicles in his brother's name for a good portion of his life life the other thing too. Why is he doing that. I don't know if this was with his brothers permission or if he was just doing this on his own own right but surely if you are up to no good it is an advantage for you to be able to drive vehicles but not have them necessarily early in your name right so with all this information and a lot of it being information coming from paul onions as sounds like police are ready to make an arrest and they're going to arrest ivan millette but remember all along. They anticipated that their killer should they be onto the right guy. If the heat got cranked up too high for his liking if arrest was expected he very likely would want to do it on his own terms and go out in a blaze of glory. Yeah police knew how dangerous whoever this man was. They knew who they were looking for is probably a weapons enthusiast so they knew psycho psycho though yeah so this is a psycho so they knew what to expect if they in fact had their right guy so when they go to make the arrest on i._v. Millette they're going to be a little nervous in the situation but they're also going to bring everything that you got right. You bring the kitchen sink. Ivan's house was surrounded by about fifty armed officers. Most of them heavily armed officers. Phone calls were placed aced to the home. The general strategy here is captain. You want to try to get your guy to come outside. You really want to avoid going in after after him. So on these phone calls they're trying to explain to them why they wanna talk to him why he is being arrested that day and and good strategy here for many reasons they basically look your your suspected in an armed robbery. We need to talk to you about that and we have a warrant for your arrest in regards to that that case notice that they are conveniently avoiding the seven unsolved murders when talking to ivan ivan didn't wanna come outside he he did this kind of weird game of cat-and-mouse else where at first he kinda said yep. I'll be out just give me a few minutes and then a lot of time would go by and he's still not come out this of course making the police more nervous and more nervous as it goes along. They would call him back. He would try the same tactic. I'm coming out but i don't understand why you're here to talk to me. I've not done anything wrong now. He's playing the innocence card and this goes back and forth for a while until he he does eventually end up coming outside outside right so on may twenty second nineteen ninety four ivan molet is arrested correct and we talked about the former constable earlier who gave the story to steve warnock and a story to the sydney morning herald <hes>. This is constable paul gordon. This is where paul gordon story gets tricky and i've tried to sift through this. Yes and i can't really find out the the real details here but we do know is that paul gordon at some point spoke to the newspaper okay and in this time that he's talking to them initially it seems like he not only takes credit for the theory brought forward about the hitchhiker's and the location but he also takes credit for finding the the previous case from nineteen seventy-one that name's ivan me as the suspect it and he tells this to the newspaper so <hes> he presents a story in the light where it's almost like. I'm the guy that cracked the case and in a lot of telling of the story in this case it seems more so that maybe just as much as that scenario but it also seems like the paul onions the former victim survivor that came forward was just as much that cracked this case right and so we're paul gordon gets in trouble troubled the former constable where he gets in trouble. There was an a an agreement amongst the task force and an amongst the members that were the the closest involved in this investigation and in the arrest of ivan malek that they were not to talk to the newspapers. Paul gordon dead so paul gordon was eventually. Let go from that task force. That's why it gets difficult to sift through his words and know what to believe in no not what to believe right right because we don't know if he was let go because he talked to the paper or if he lied being the guy that quote unquote crack the case but that was something that went down now because paul gordon spoke to the newspapers now a lot of their stuff is starting need to become public. That's why they didn't want anybody talking to the newspapers that were involved in the task force. I and mesa harder to get a conviction yeah and it also makes it tougher for. You're the investigators to continue down the roads that they've already traveled down. They've already started down. These roads on investigating ivan molet four seven unsolved murders. They've only arrested him for the armed robbery. Charge now shows their hand that this is what we actually want him for. This is what we actually think he's suspected of right and the fact that they're still not for sure. If it's if just ivan that's responsible for ivan avenue one of his brothers that they've already talked to and so you don't show all your hand because you'll want ivan to be protecting one of his brothers. There's a new then you have another psychopath. That's on the loose. Well and you wanna make sure that you have your right guy and you want to make sure that you are building your case as such but now with their cards kind of shown with their cards out there this is when the lead member of the task force says so we were kind of forced at this point to actually start charging him with these unsolved murders now at the same time the whole thing. That's really going down on in actually they've they've been working their way through this there were searches obviously of ivan's home and of many of his family members homes as as well and they were very smart they did these searches basically all at the same time so as you pointed out we can't have the different millette family members warning each other of what's going on. If in fact more are involved yes so now that they have ivan in their sights. They're going to have to search their property. They they live just outside the city <hes> yeah and as i said they're going to search some of his family members homes about the same time right well they find some interesting things in ivan's home and most importantly they find a twenty two rifle <hes> they find imparts to another twenty two rifle they find a pistol and they find one of those large bowie knives now he he has said time and time again to the investigators that he didn't own any weapons and of course they immediately find weapons inside his home home. They also recovered a trove of items believed to belong to the killed hitchhikers. These items included clothing tents sleeping keeping bags backpacks cooking and camping equipment and cameras. This is a lot of stuff and some of the stuff they can't can't one hundred percent say belong to a victim bright but they can say i believe it was with one of the it was with some some of the camping equipment they stay and yeah no but what i mean by this is there. There was one of these items you couldn't wouldn't purchase it in in australia right. You had to purchase it from where one of the victims was from so the the probability that he would own something something like this highly unlikely right and then on top of that we have scenarios where there are items do seem to in fact belong wrong to the victims where you can make a direct connection where there's more proof of such like the initials being stitched into one of the items and right and so this is not looking good for ivan so they searched his mother's home as well and at least three of his brothers. I homes as well so this would be alex richerd in bill. I believe his father was dead. His father had passed away. Wait they would have searched at least four of the brothers because walter. His home was searched as well his sister ivan sister is a bit bit tricky for me because look so that not only is this a big family with a lot of brothers and a lot of moving pieces but at one time throughout route their adult lives they were all a lot of them were moving back and forth in and out of mom's home and so some of them live together for a while under her her roof and i believe that maybe even ivan in his sister shared a home together at one time what the the the big problem is with this. Is that not not only do they find these these damning items inside ivan's home. They start finding other items that belong to these. He's victims in the homes of his relatives as well and again. This is things like clothing tents backpacks cookware things of that nature some of these brothers homes they found guns lots of ammo and marijuana so at the very least those brothers can be arrested did and charged with if they if they had illegal guns. We know that the drugs were illegal. There were charges that were brought forth on that nature now yet. His family was known to <hes> one own a bunch of guns but to be a avid shooters. You know they're like. I said they live out out of the city. This time where you don't have internet and cable on things like this so there were avid you know gun shooters well and a lot of the brothers had they were rowdy. Let's say right. I a lot of them had criminal records. There's ten of them. I mean if you grow up in a family just with one other sibling. You're gonna tend to get in some <hes> arguments or fights or a little tussles <hes> especially. If it's you know two boys 'cause y'all curl. There's or commit armed robbery together other like they did but what i'm saying is there's there's ten of them so you just got this testosterone gone and you know it wasn't rumored. I think it's pretty. Are you factual that these kids were beat. <hes> at least the boys were beat up pretty bad by their father <hes> consistently <hes> very abusive household so when you have that gone and that probably stems from anger and stems from a lack of resources and lack of money and also you have fourteen kids that you're trying to feed wanna talk about stresses <hes> you know when when you get beat by your father you might then try to take that on your brother well regardless of all these items that they find throughout the different households when this thing comes to trial ivan's going to be the only one facing trial and he's now.
"paul gordon" Discussed on OnEducation
"Out to myself or my my buddy paul gordon we have a website that we we built together 'em i would say just try it like yeah there there's a big misconception that you know it's really difficult to load up the plastic 'em you turn it on you hit a button you go to settings seed rotated a hit the button again but the temperature and then you squeeze a little handle and you pushing the plastic and pops out now it's loaded and so i i showed some people had a loaded and they were like wait that's it i'm like yeah they're like there's gotta be like impossible the friend like no you find a file and that's why i have students do person i know do something with teachers i give them something first which is their name plate by friday of the first week they're printing i don't wait a month or you know spring break will have time that's why i have i printers 'cause we gotta start printing right away 'em so they find something that's already created and they said it's print and have teachers do the same thing and then i tell now design something imprinted and after that loss and don't go back to find himself unless he needed to manipulate it 'em i think people will get scared to they see like pictures of like huge blobs of plastic ashley that just comes off really easy just heat back up and pull it off and then mother that just comes off as a clown but i think people see the horror stories and they're like oh it's gotta be impossible and it's it's not anymore so we have a blog post by his this that's going to be on our on our website coming up soon i i've i've read it a a bunch of times and and and i'm really excited to share it out 'em in other other otherwise he's is how can people connect with you learn from you shero you're you're socials year website all of all of that stuff so people can can reach out if they wanna learn more sure 'em my twitter handle is at has seuss h nineteen seventy nine so that's j e s u s h one nine seven nine 'em follow me there or just look at my my history and you'll find seven three d printing other stuff too but it isn't like been my i guess the thing but i just keep focusing on i keep coming back to 'em if they wanna see tutorials on how they used reprint in the classroom i have my blog which is mr worth a class dot weekly dot com 'em it might email let's teach nineteen seventy nine at g mail dot com also the website that i built without power gordon he's also a big three d print guy a in in education 'em easy as one two three d dot org any of those sites or good but yeah he came up with the name i can't take credit for that i should but again 'em any of those an i mean if if for some reason they're like i can't get it to work i mean i i hope somebody hit reply to you know what they are now but i'll make like a skype i'll make us zoomed video i'll make a gift and just say you know what this is what you're doing long or you know you're right here at the step this is the next step you're almost there amazing casey's thank you so much for joining us so we will put all of his contact information in the show notes thanks so much appreciate it man thanks for listening on education my name's mike washburn my co host is glenn urban wanna get in touch with us check out website at on education podcasts dot com you can tweet us at on education pod glenn is at or spanish on twitter i can be found on twitter at mr washburn you can find us on facebook by visiting facebook dot com slash on education is high were also on instagram at on education five if you're enjoying the show and think others would to we'd be thrilled if you shared it with them leave leave us a rating or review on apple podcasts or on the google play store when you leave a rating and give their rankings.
"paul gordon" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"News time to eleven thirteen year old girl has been reported missing after police in western Wisconsin responded to a mysterious nine one one call and found both her parents dead, Barron county sheriff Chris Fitzpatrick speaks with w q. Oh, w the end of the day. I want a thirteen year old here safe and sound. That's our goal. That's our only goal right now. We are processing the scene at working on that. But as of right now, all of our efforts are focused on a thirteen year old girl. Jamie is not a suspect in the death of her. Parents share Fitzpatrick says they've enlisted the help of the National Center for missing and exploited children as well as the FBI a large settlement between a Houston. Power bay. Houston-based power company has been reached Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan announced that the money over two and a half million dollars will go to providing restitution for experien- customers who paid too much for electricity. There are about nine thousand customers in Illinois have used the service Madigan is calling for an end to the. Retail residential electricity supply market in Illinois. She says the industry uses questionable marketing tactics to settlement band spirit and for marketing in Illinois for about two years. A lawsuit against New York based major energy is pending parents students and teachers and one western suburb rally last night in support of a superintendent who's future appears to be up in the air. Dr Paul Gordon became superintendent of Glen ellyn school district forty one in twenty thirteen his contract set to expire at the end of the school year. Board officials have shown no indication that he'll return and that isn't sitting well with teachers like Tracy Guerrero asking the.
"paul gordon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Policy actions for more let's bring in bloomberg's editor for western european offer western central banks i should say paul gordon he's standing by for us in centra paul great to have you on the show and good morning to you so we heard from the former us treasury secretary larry summers last night he had a strong warning for the world was essentially saying that major economies aren't ready for the next downturn how did that go down among central bankers and center that was not necessarily the thing that they wanted to hear right well some ways it was really because larry summers has been in a what you might call an academic standoff with the bank fridge national settlement says summers are proponents of the secular stagnation theory saying that basically the economy is in a period of low or negligible economic growth and it requires stimulus to keep it going you take that stimulus away you're in trouble at the bank for international settlements on the other hand has been saying that central banks have been part of the problem they'd be more willing to cut rates than to raise rates and that helps push down the long term you travel rate of interest and and that subdued growth so it is almost impossible to say in the short term exactly which of those is right but some as was defensive of central banks and the outcome of that is he says central banks really have to keep pumping the stimulus because inflation is not their only concern at the moment a little bit of inflation above two percent not a big problem compared with the alternative we've might be a massive slump and all the populism that could go with that yeah he was of doubling down on his secular stagnation theory wasn't he he was not backing away from it saying that the evidence is there yes the economy the economy's growing but he took so stimulus to get there he thinks that speech two points he was interesting talking to you with stephanie flanders the bloomberg earlier on about trade wars talking about how this is not big enough to have an impact in itself but the psychological effects needs to be taken cbs and you imagine central bankers paul do you think that the federal reserve and fed policymakers and jay powell in particular will come under pressure from fellow central bank is to to not hike as quickly is that part of the conversation the think that we're gonna see at sintra getting in slightly different ways they're all dealing with their own economies but this reflects that way you get a lot of stimulus in the us inflation is picking up and the fed is reacting is much less so the case in other countries yes i mean with the feds prefers central banks are moving in the same direction as a similar pace to them because of course when we talk about control of the yield curve and the signals that that's giving us the fed is perhaps hamstrung little bitty its ability to control the yield curve in the us by the looseness of policy from other central banks also the looseness fiscal stimulus a cool surface policy in the us i mean all central banks deal with their own economies and they take the equitable factors as read there's nothing as you say they can't do these control them so they react to those external montre policies at the extent they spill over into their own economies i don't think you'll find a single central banker who will say we wish of the central banks would do this all that because they consider that well outside that brief tell from india may be what was that from india wasn't the major central banks of course you i'm sorry i'm being i'm fleeing flippant thank you thanks to the insight paul gordon of course joining established again it's for western central banks are joining us there from censure come froma sintra at tomorrow of course president mario draghi speaks alongside his counterparts from the fed the b o j that's all moderated by bloomberg's head of economic stephanie fly up next we'll talk trade this is this is the bloomberg green business report president donald trump has ordered a rescue the nation struggling coal and nuclear power industries but that doesn't mean utilities are reconsidering the shutdown of.
"paul gordon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The us sky bob thank you very much indeed support meaning the rest of the team are coming up if you're listening to the united states if you are listening on digital radio francie la and tom keene and of course surveillance map all right now let's talk about the mario draghi will take longer to lay out the european central banks plan to exit stimulus according to a communist in a bloomberg survey economists are people to guy they don't expect any change to policy or language in the april twentysixth meeting saying protectionism and the global trade conflict is weighing on the central bank for more let's bring in bloomberg's editor for central banks paul gordon joining us out of frankfurt live let's talk first of all about what draghi wants or what economists tell us that draghi wants to do paul yeah bottom line is it's go slow but it's even slower than it was a month ago the economists we surveyed still say qe being out by the end of this year but they don't think that decision is going to be taken anytime soon not even as soon as jud most likely engine lie and even only half of them see the precursor step to that which is breaking the link between the bombarding program and the policy of inflation we'll be taken in june about fifty percents inside that will happen in june down from eighty percent in that prior survey so the bottom line is is a lot of reason for caution hair and economists think the be listening tuckey of cushion can i grew a line between what you just said about the and the the story surrounding the unreliable boyfriend mark connie kinda porn a little cold water on may yeah i mean traumatic comments to be seen in the market last night the pound tumbled bent on an interest rate hike the may tenth decision for the bi we at eighty percent yesterday now at about fifty percents the market is basically spits them whether it's going to happen you have to question what is marconi off the head does he want to just warn people that the data has not been that strong breaks out and set you remains and markets must react to that or is he really signaling a change of sentiments on the positive either him or some of his colleagues so we're gonna have to wait to find out.
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"To tout the strength of the us economy and sell his america first agenda bloomberg's andrew barton is there he's expected to boast obviously about the us economic performance unemployment's down markets are up in his message it's going to be very much that we're not backing off america first america first is not bad for the world the message we're hearing he's going to braying is if we defend our interests that's good for the world are growth goes up if our growth goes up that won't be by more from the rest of you and so while not backing off of his america first message he's going to see if he can persuade people to kind of see the value and that this will be president trump's first time at the world economic forum hilmi day with uk prime minister theresa may and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu before delivering a speech tomorrow as seven forty five am wall street time the european central bank announces its latest monetary policy decision at bloomberg's paul gordon has more from frankfurt a key focus for mario draghi either in the meeting you're in the media briefing off will be the euro it surged to the highest in more than three years against the dollar threatening to depress and inflation rate this will ready to low bank could prompt the renewal of the warning lost used in september that the exchange rate could be a source of uncertainty it may also give the dubs enough ammunition to urge no change to these these policy guidance the end of emergency stimulus is probably still some way away in frankfurt poor golden bloomberg daybreak driven business confidence meantime unexpectedly improve in january the evil institutes gauge of business sentiment increased to one hundred seventeen dot six in january that matches a record high reached in november economists surveyed by bloomberg had predicted a drop but areco says it will have virtually no money to cover debt payments for the next fiveyear says the bankrupt island deals with the aftermath of hurricane maria the government forecast a shortfall of three point four billion dollars through 2020 two and that's before any debt service is paid it's a significant shift from before the store on horta rico plan.
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"Eased into bonds that i should be fascinating to follow and then i thought we'd see real dollar weakness in euro straying the head of the cbs's steve mnuchin was talking down the greenback but that seems to have turned around it was yesterday i think we did see the move yesterday so we kind of had 143 over cable rates eurodollar come of surging up trade still pretty 124 it's come italy pretty quickly we're getting up to a lot of financial market participants targets for this year kind of one 23 124 125 on i guess the real question is can draw heavy do anything to slow the rate of assent it's about the delta the dates about the right to change so what does it 145 in frankfurt and and 45 minutes later is going to be the press conference i to be honest i think that's the main event today i think yesterday with what mnuchin had to say this comes ahead of what trump will say tomorrow in davos i devils i think certainly a big gene today but all eyes all eyes will be on frankfurt at that press conference i is is one of the most interesting that this beating a while given what's happened over the last twenty four 48 at take a look at ivanai volatility on eurodollar eight certainly being spiky man yeah absolutely i mean given especially that maybe forty eight hours ago everyone expected this meeting to be kind of this news and then and then really as you say the move in the euro has been quite breathtaking maybe almost a jeanclaude trichet kind of move that could force mario draghi to actually say something interesting at the meeting unlikely that they'll do anything interesting so it's really going to be all about the jawboning let's bring in right now a couple of people to discuss this issue we've got in the in the bloomberg eric newsroom in frankfurt paul gordon right now central banks editor for us at bloomberg news inner london studio max team spy of bloomberg economics let's talk first with eupol is is is it the case really that expectations have changed for mario druggies words at this conference i mean will the currency move actually make him speak about it i think it definitely a possibility of that the.
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"Spot 24 21 against the greenback this of course as rules of building up to an ecb meeting old prices extending gains after us crude stockpiles decline for a record tenth week we are also seeing yields on both sides of the atlantic under little bit of pressure here boone day yield yields for the ten year off by about eight basis points to try now at spot five seven six percent raising the 10year at two point six three percent narrow onto centre today's top stories then at 1245 london time the ecb holds its first policy decision of the year investors will be closely watching for any change to forward guidance on comments about the strength of the euro more from bloomberg paul gordon in frankfurt a key focus for mario draghi either in the meeting in the media briefing awkward will be the euro it surged to the highest two more than three years against the dollar threatening to depress inflation rate this will ready to low that could prompt the renewal of the warning lost used in september that the exchange rate could be a source of uncertainty it may also give the dubs enough ammunition to urge no change to the city's policy guidance the end of emergency stimulus is probably still some way away in frankfurt poor golden bloomberg daybreak europe no way ukraine on malaysia also have central bank decisions today now when it comes to top corporate news this morning nor daya has reported a slump in profit for the end of last year lagging behind analyst estimates net income attributed to attributable to shareholders fell to six hundred and 24 million euros in the fourth the in the fourth quarter from one point one billion euros that's as the nordic regions own only globally systemically important bank struggles where the transformation it says will ultimately make it more efficient sticking the corporate news hyundai motors earnings have fallen short of estimates after strikes in hurt output and a stronger warn we can its competitiveness amid tepid demand in.
"paul gordon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"It tapering he like ours recalibrate i think draghi like at least i read that in some of paul's story i've got paul's paul gordon here with me is central banks editor out of frankfurt uh so we're in the same office today and at a london studio global credit market strategist simon ballard ballard let me start with you though paul what what do you expect and i think there is a consensus of a basically have a halving of the howell being of the of the bond purchases right roughly that kind of a level let me were running a 60 billion euros a month at the moment that will property continues the end of this year 2018 is critical so economists generally saying about hoff devon thirty brumberg economists say it may be assured for extension say six months instead of nine months forty billion euros but these role in the same ballpark what it comes down to is adding maybe another two hundred two hundred fifty billion euros of debt owed into the qe holdings and at that point it could be the ecb doesn't really have much more spec passively what is the first rate tied for the ecb well this is a key phrase in the ford guidance soda races that they weren't rise until well policy added the nets acid purchases as well pulse could mean anything to anyone now coatless we've surveyed essay that should be about six months have you do get a ninemonth extension of qe what you get is the first right hike in the first quarter at the earliest of 29 say that this is quite important because mario draghi as his term runs out it'll schober 2019 he's getting to the point where he may never be able to raise rates as ecb president which uh shoulders and make people laugh happy simon add more cranfield today's had the risk israel that draghi is more dovish then the street is looking out for paul mentioned you guys expect less tapering then the consensus and it's interesting i think jp morgan expects even more tapering the consensus so there there's a range of.
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"In in a player but he's gone left and he's gotten by every single defender that tried it here tonight in that side of thousands enough lorde reported warrior lead into deficit dick young giving it up the cash freeze ruled out to the right since it over the klay thompson guarded by gordon about five feet beyond the strike jackpot gifts on his head blake thompson drives up pint bell in the mid host skipped past a yang yang brooklyn let go down nick young interspersed to triple cheap contested triples at that ronald easy one yet for young british debt sex six point eleders gordon foul got a shot off at the rim no good jordan bella commit for foul eric gordon will go to the line gordon continuing to attack the paint a capable 3point shooter a very good 3point shooter last year as a matter of fact you have to respect him they're not give them the ability to drive by get into the paint so the guard rotation this year is going to be pardon paul gordon and it seemed like they're going to keep two of those three on the floor at all times we got all three of the four right now in just like the warriors mike d'antoni a lot of guys a lotta buns he can push with houston lineup miss gordon knocks down first free throw a guy that could start for most in the nba there's no question about it onto the bench is in the running for six man here last year probably leading candidate going into this year i would claim as it up said he'd numbers average sixteen points off the bench and thirty one minutes per game last year to win sixman hits the free throws and the rockets are with a court verdict you 28 golden state warriors with it livingston right quarter tried to pass it into your our into bell but added tip back adam out of bounds so golden state will in bed with twelve in the shot clock kelana looney we'll get his first act shootings coming in jordan bell will head of the bench after his first nba players now is that two three four five six seven eight nine ten players already in the game the warriors or deep here with him forty.
"paul gordon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"First speech of the post ban white house then we've got a big week for brexit as well european our german campaigning continues in your biggest election and then as you mentioned all of the world's top central bankers are going to gather in jackson hole wyoming that's probably going to be really the most the area of the most focus for us for markets the relief about a strong a global economy could be tempered somewhat by a growing unease about stubbornly low inflation we are about that all over the place both mario draghi and janet yellen will be addressing the summit on friday and we're gonna want to listen closely what they have to say on this issue joining us now to discuss is bloomberg's paul gordon from frankfurt coverage of western european central banks and paul it's been so interesting now especially that the reichsbank coming out with a new plan but nobody has really been able to tackle this issue what do you think we're going to hear about low inflation jackson home from the point of view it may well be the case here whoa word that had played more combined witted going to take long they're going to take longer than i don't wanna have a board therefore you need to keep pumping stimulus and the economy dumping of the calendar plaything the in particular in the moment in the very little credit the economic growth picked off the dog like knowing how you bring of puree on in hawaii and there is some reluctance among some policy makers to go that route of inflation remind pretty muted i'm one of the problems with.
"paul gordon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In our eyes eight gartner six what are all straight la check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on bloomberg and futures this morning that'll changed sp futures up a point dow futures up eleven nasdaq futures up a one the dax in germany is up half pursat cac in paris up threetenths percent footsie100 up sixtenths pursat nikkei 225 japan and gained sixtenths i sent hang seng in hong kong up a quarter percent 10year treasury that'll change yeltsin point to six percent the yield on the twoyear one point three five percent nymex crude oil little changed down two cents to forty seven dollars ten cents a barrel comex gold is down fourtenths percent or four dollars ninety cents to twelve thirty seven ten announced the euro dollar 15 to the yen one twelve point three seven the bank of japan is kept its monetary stimulus program unchanged move that was predicted by all 43 economist survey by bloomberg of the slaves on the central by pushed back its projected timing for reaching two percent inflation soundly old is senior interest rate strategise at jp morgan the surprise for us relative to our expectations guy in ways that the return to target consists in inflation has been pushed back this is the sixth time the boj is push back its projection the region twopercent inflation now expects that goal to be achieved in april of one anti night teeth in europe today monetary policy is also in focus for the european central bank announcing its latest policy decision made a preview from bloomberg paul gordon in frankfurt bc bs latest meeting is unlikely to deliver any change in policy but there is a chance the language will change economists the split on whether the eu in bonn on bond purchases pledged to increase the size and duration of bumpy bind will be groped either way though the betting is that the ecb will talk on thursday but then take the summer break to review its options before turning for more definite decision on the future curie at its next policymaking in september that may give officials jeff's enough time to gauge the economic outlook and decide when the sixty billion euros a month bondbuying enough is enough paul gordon daybreak frankfurt thanks falling we'll bring you live coverage of the decision at 745 a m a wall street time followed by ecb president mario draghi is news conference at eight thirty a both bloomberg radio and television were getting brexit new mr man of you by this.
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"Bloomberg editor paul gordon has the details from sintra dragging some clues on his arrival in portugal on monday when he said that the tv isn't there yet and achieving the price stability the signals sustainable growth he was speaking to students about to enter a portuguese drove market where the unemployment rate for young people almost one in four civil better in the currency bloc as a whole and thus depressing pay and inflation there's a topic the war is draghi and one he can thrash out on wednesday when he has a panel discussion but the central bank heads of the uk japan and canada poor gordon bloomberg daybreak europe centra yeah we may have had full years of economic expansion in the euro zone but unemployment particularly youth unemployment remains a major headache will sit with mario draghi because the european central bank's president well he's effectively puts an end to the debates about the inclusion of great bombs in the ecb asset purchase program he said that commitments offered by creditors earlier this month still don't provide sufficient clarity on the country's feet to debt paul alexis it press his government has been counting on course if easing to age greece's returned to international debt markets that's a known as his jugie plenty of malta intrabank is to talk about of course service tuesday caroline including us but president janet yellen her speech or monetary policy in that speech showed the us economy and financial regulation couldn't have come at a better time you as data telling a divergent tale of this been an apparent divide all the fomc between those pushing for three or more rate hikes this year and those having second thoughts yellen will be in conversation with nicklaus stun president of the british economy in london at six pm local time followed by questions from the audience case of janet yellen speaking at loans have we will also hey from the bank of england governor mark connie today he presents a twiceyearly assessment of financial risk later this morning christina kina has the while we won't bank of england commentary has shown differing opinions on monetary policy today's assessment of financial.
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"Join me in our number three membrane guilt seiler with a ton of basketball topics that get into we will talk about that with brian guilt seiler in our number four again if you wanna get in eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four two two seven and i want to start with the nba this is why i chance to talk to all of you since i'm going to say since the nba draft went down thursday night but it was pretty on eventful the nba draft to the nba draft israeli there's is a backdrop for what has turned into sort of a glorified ebay for some of the bigger stars that the biggest stars but some of the stars that may be able to take certain teams for i'm being tier two let's say at least getting closer to tier one by the way tier one is the golden state warriors in that's it so when i say tier one it's just them and there's probably about a half dozen teams that feel like they're a move away from at least being able to say with a straight face in a little bit of luck they could compete with them for a series of fortunately he's the ecosystem we live in now in the nba and it'll be interesting to see over the next week or two of that takes any starch out of the what's typically to be the most intriguing week of the nba season not naming nba finals and that's the first week of free agency the big name free agent there's no lebrun and there's no kevin durant out there this year probably the closest thing i would guess is chris paul you know the names are chris paul gordon hayward paul millsap griffin just opted out of his deal so it's inherently going to be a bit of a muted free agency period but it'll be interesting to see how teams attack this free agency season knowing they were living in the world of the golden state warriors right now now and their dominance put the nba draft on thursday night it to me is more it's the what went on in the draft is less intriguing then the the event itself which quite frankly once we were done getting lawns oh ball placed on to the los angeles lakers once we were done with his dad making ridiculous proclamations again about the lakers.
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"P m london time both on radio and tv way you'll get instant analysis of the markets as those exit polls are published on bloomberg customers can follow all of that on t l i the go as well and tomorrow we start an hour early daybreak europe from five am live from the green another major story out of europe this morning the b is meeting in talinn estonia to set its latest monetary policy later today bloomberg's paul gordon reports now from the front for newsroom easy be president mario draghi and his colleagues have something of a dilemma improved economic growth stubbornly feeble prices as likely to be reflected in fresh projections downgrading the inflation outlook but upgrading gdp and that's an opportunity investors want draghi to say the risks to growth now balanced and said of today the downside and they may get that but the cb head could also note that we can flation outlook and essentially say that's all you care for now the leaving a decision on the stimulus exit until much later in the year call gordon daybreak europe frankfurt yeah this is interesting we had matching spy from intelligence as saying that this i could give draghi additional legroom to be patient in the months ahead if we do get that downgrade to the inflation forecast that of course was a bloomberg scoop and it's that twenty nine t figure that's the most scrutinized because it looks at whether the ecb be as sees its capacity to meet its inflation target over the medium term your bloomberg survey over columnists also show that they are expecting the discussion on tape bring to be pushed further and further away into 2017 perhaps october that is the indication at this point when it comes to when economists believe the the easy be officials will start talking about take bring in the us it's been one of the most highly anticipated moments in washington for.