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"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Or 99 1 Studios. We will get world and national news with Nathan Hager. Nathan, who Paul was we await Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's opening remarks before the Senate Banking Committee. They're a bunch of hearings happening on Capitol Hill today, including the first congressional hearing into security lapses. Ahead of last month's deadly riot. Former Capitol police chief Stevens, Sund and the ex sergeant at arms of the Senate and the House are appearing before two Senate committees in a joint session this morning more from Bloomberg governments. Emily Wilkens things that I think a lot of people have questions on is exactly where breakdowns in communication came that day. Why it took so long for National Guard troops to be deployed to come out to the capital, and why weren't they deployed? Two more hearings on the attacker set for this week in the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has also called for a 9 11 style commission to investigate the deadly riot President Joe Biden's picked to be the next health secretary's Facing two days of tough Senate confirmation hearings. Republicans air portraying California attorney General Javier but Sarah as a radical supporter of abortion and socialized medicine. Democratic Senate finance chair Ron Wyden says Republicans air quote just flailing around Sarah goes before the Finance committee tomorrow. Today's hearing is in the Senate Health Committee. Former Republican Senator David Perdue just announced he is not running for Senate in Georgia next year. Just last week produce filed papers trying against Democrat Raphael Warnock when his seat comes up in 2022 for new lost his seat in a runoff against another Democrat, John Assaraf. Last November. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts to more than 120 countries. I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg matter, Paul. Nathan. Thanks so much for that now Chairman Paul is addressing German Powell is addressing the Senate today and normally over the past few years on the central bank talks to the Senate. There's not really much reason to watch were lower for longer. They're buying more assets. It's kind of the same thing over and over again and you get to watch these politicians. I guess, just get the sound bites and they want to, But now we could be at a real inflection point. So it's incredibly interesting and vital to markets to understand what Powell says. For help in, I guess translation or right now in prediction, Let's bring an IRA jersey He's the chief U. S. Rate strategist for Bloomberg Intelligence. IRA. How How important is this Testimony took two markets at this point in time. Well, I think it really depends on what he says. So it when. When you look at the prepared remarks that chair Powell is going to make it. It's now public. He's basically not saying anything that that you wouldn't expect. It was very similar to What he's been saying during the press conference is post FOMC meetings. I think the Q and a, though, could be reasonably telling. And we're going to be looked listening for hints of what they're gonna do with their asset purchase program because it's very clear that he's not going to say anything about when they're going to hike interest rates and You know there he's going to continue to point to their new policy directive that says we're not only going to hike rates because unemployment is low world we're going to wait until inflation is above our our target of 2%. So, really, it's going to be what happens to some of these other tools. What happens to the asset purchase program and when they might start to her? Because sequencing is key, right? Yeah, because he's not gonna write raise rates until he stops buying stuff. That's 100% correct. So, so, really, it's it's when when is that going to happen? Do they think it could be this year? Is it going to be next year? The market at some level is probably pricing for some reduction in the first half of 2022, but it could be earlier if the economy is better and and will he make those kind of hints? And then you know this number one and number two and we were. I was talking to a bunch of investors this morning about this, You know, how often is he going to be asked about fiscal stimulus and the need for it, and the over under right now is about nine times. Nine different questions on whether or not exist about mysticism and all we should play a drinking game. Yes, exactly. So IRA Michael McKee. Bloomberg's Michael McKee was on earlier in any, he said. You know, Chairman Powell has to be careful not even to hint at the possibility of the potential to potentially at some point at some point, a future raise rates. Um, but I guess did the risk Maybe in the marketplace is maybe the market's going to do it for him. We've seen a little bit of a pick government race. We see the steeping of the yield curve. What do you What do you make of what's going on in the rates market right now? Yes. So the market is still thinking where that interest rates are on hold until the 2023. But that's you know, still within You know, beginning to be within people's forecast horizon, So a lot of us in my world tend to forecast between 18 months into years forward, So we're getting there, right? And as we as we think about whether or not the Fed might actually hike Say in January or March of 2023. We have to think about what what the sequencing like you mentioned before. What's the sequencing is before you get their number one and number two how quickly then they're after they might go because that will have a significant Effect on the market. So, Paul, you just mentioned that the yield curve is bare, steep innings of yield. You're going up and they're going up faster and longer maturity bombs. How steep that gets will in part be determined by how quickly the market thinks the Fed is ultimately gonna hike IRA let me break in here because I see Chairman Powell starting to address the Senate. Let's listen Live. The recovery will be a strong as possible until limit lasting damage to households, businesses and communities..
"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With Nathan Hager. Well, Paul while we await the Biden campaigns update to reporters, Trump Campaign manager Bill Stepien Is giving an update of his own, calling the president in a quote very, very, very good position, saying that he sees the president winning if all legal ballots are counted. Stepien says he sees Wisconsin in recount territory and is saying that the Trump campaign sees Arizona going their way. After all the ballots are counted. The Associated Press and other news organizations, including Bloomberg News, called Arizona for the Biden camp last night. Meantime, President Trump is claiming on Twitter that quote surprise ballot dumps. Are behind changes in the leads this morning President appears to be doubling down on his claim of fraud. In this election, he says he'll take uncounted ballots to the Supreme Court if he needs to even many Republicans Chris Christie, Rick Santorum and others were dismayed last night to hear the president talked about fraud. To most people's knowledge. There has not been fraud. That's great value with a GF investments. It is routine for states to count votes After Election Day. The Senate looks like it's going to stay in Republican hands after several vulnerable incumbents fended off well funded Democratic challengers. Democrats did pick up winds in Colorado and Arizona, but they would have to flip seats in several states, including Georgia and Alaska. To gain control President Trump's winds in Florida and Ohio could prove pivotal if he does win the final electoral count. Both those states, along with Michigan have had the highest jumps in Corona virus hospitalizations in the past few days, suggesting the jump in cases during the campaign may have done less harm to Republicans than expected. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg, Bonnie and Paul. Nathan. Thank you, and I think we are going now to the Biden campaign for an updates. Have to victory by this afternoon. We expect that the vice president will have leads and states that put him over 270 electro votes. Today. The vice president will garner more votes than any presidential candidate in history. And we're still counting over 135 million votes have been counted so far, and the vice president has received 69 million votes so far, he is 1/50 percent of the popular road. We're on track to win in Michigan by more than Donald Trump did in 2016 to win in Wisconsin by more than Trump did in 2016 to win in Pennsylvania by more than Trump did in 2016. And we flipped one of his states, Arizona and congressional districts. Nebraska to last night, Toe added. On top of that. So now I want to walk through the outstanding states that we're seeing and give you an update on how we see our path to victory and let's start with Wisconsin. We expect on we believe that we have already won Wisconsin. Joe Biden is winning by roughly 21,000 votes on there are only a few votes outstanding. We're only seeing two counties Pierce and Richland, and they have just a few numbers of precincts outstanding there, which account for around 5000 votes. So Trump would need four times that overtake our lead. We believe that this state can be called this morning. For the vice president. In Nevada. We expect to win this race. We are already in the lead. The vice president is winning by roughly 1000 votes, and we do not see any of the outstanding ballots that give us any that are still out, sitting that give us any reason to believe we won't continue to add to our margin the ballots that are outstanding. Our vote by mail on as was reported earlier this morning. The Votes will not be counted until tomorrow. But we expect that tomorrow when those results come in, we will continue to be in the lead and Nevada Michigan, So we expect to win Michigan. The ballots that are outstanding are mostly and democratic heavy areas as well as absentee ballots, and Joe Biden is one winning by roughly 12,000 votes. Kalamazoo and Wayne County are both outstanding, which we expect to be about 200,000 votes. So still more boats coming in today. We expect the final results to be today and we expect that we will win the state. Pennsylvania. I know a state that we all are talking a great deal about we expect to win Pennsylvania. We see 1.4 million outstanding ballots will be counted over the coming days, most of them projected to be from democratic heavy areas and mail and votes. We expect that these ballots will more than overcome trumps 600,000 vote margin that he's carrying right now. And we expect that we will know the total counts will be through, probably by tomorrow afternoon evening. From what we understand from the the state and the counting order and the number of votes that they can count over the course of today and tomorrow. So as we went through those states, we believe we're gonna win. All of those. We believe we are winning all of those on DH along with Arizona, which obviously has already been called for us if we just need any three or four of those states above to get us 2 to 70. So we think that this is already a foregone conclusion. But there are still a couple of states that are still in play. That are a little bit closer, but we think it is possible could push us even further. Beyond 270. The first is Georgia. This race is currently at Casa. Many of the outstanding ballots are in the Atlanta area with which favours the vice president and we expect that these ballots are going to be reported today. We think counting is underway. This morning's that we should know pretty soon. Where we net out in Georgia. North Carolina eyes a state that as we have thought, all along, I cz really tight. We think it is probably leaning towards Trump right now. But we also think that it's going to go down to the wire and that we may have to wait several days to know the outcome of this race, depending on how quickly the state counts the remaining ballots, so we've already crossed 270 with the four states. We just talk through. But these air still in play Georgia and North Carolina, we're watching them closely, especially Georgia. And because of all that I just shared last night, the president of the United States falsely claimed that he had won this race and then demanded that boat stop being counted. The American people get to pick their president. The president does not get to pick the people whose votes get counted. But let's be extremely clear about something. If Donald Trump got his wish, and we stopped counting ballots right now, Vice President Joe Biden would be the next president of the United States. Vice president will fight for every vote to be counted. Some of the outstanding votes will be for the vice president. Some of them are going to be for Donald Trump, but the vice president believes they all should be counted. And when all of the votes are tallied, as they have been in every election since our country has been founded, We're confident that Vice President Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States. So now like to hand this presentation over to Bob Bauer to talk about the legal elements that are the focus of today and coming days around the race again, I'd like to walk you through the background off. The Republican attacks on the voting process, which culminated in the president's extraordinary statements last night. It two or 2 30 in the morning. He'd apparently huddled with his advisors and analysts and he realized that what Jen said was true on hustled out to say that he needed the vote count to stop because he knew where it was going to lead. Now what he said yesterday was extraordinary. But I think entirely consistent with Republican attacks on the voting process, and I'd like to take you through a few points about where the Republicans have been where they're going and why they're going to fail. Let me begin with a few basic foundational points..
"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"System pressure of emergency medicine, Johns Hopkins University and she is just really you know, the go to person on this on we point out that you know, Ironically, the one thing on the president's agenda today which is going ahead as far as we know, is a phone call on covert 19 support. Too vulnerable seniors at the White House that's supposed to take place at 12 15. So we will definitely keep an eye on whether that actually happens because that's Ah, you know, half an hour from now on, as we know the vice president former vice president has tested again. AP is reporting He's also continuing with the schedule as planned. There won't be any changes to that until we hear more. Let's get some more now from Washington, D. C and Nathan Hager Vanni President Trump is experiencing mild symptoms of Corona virus and will remain on the job. That's the word we got earlier this morning for White House chief of staff Mark Meadows as he updated reporters on the president's diagnosis. First Lady Melania Trump also says she is experiencing mild symptoms. Afterward broke overnight that both the president and the first lady tested positive for covert 19 chief of staff. Meadows says he and other core members of the White House staff have tested negative, though he expects more infections to come out of the White House aides to vice President Pence and several members of the Trump cabinet, including Secretary of State Pompeo Attorney General William Barr. And Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin say they all have tested negative for the Corona virus. The New York Times reports. Republican National Committee Chairwoman Rana McDaniel tested positive on Wednesday, she said to have been in last in contact with the president Last week. A spokeswoman for President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, says he is being tested for covert and has begun the quarantine process. Giuliani was part of the president's debate preparation team. Global News 24 hours a day on air end on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in Washington. I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg, Bonnie and Paul. Nathan. Thank you so much for is that I just want to point out that the NASDAQ is down 1.7%, the S and P down 9/10 the Dow down 6/10 on all that is happening today. And, of course, the jobs report this morning as well. Also front and center for a conversation now directly from the White House on all of these issues, let's get to our Bloomberg television and radio colleague Jonathan Farrow. Frau audience worldwide live on Bloomberg TV and ready on very place to say that joining us now is the National Economic Council director Larry Catalog from the White House. Hello, Larry. Hi, Jonathan. Thank you. Thank you for being with us first and foremost our thoughts with the president and the first lady, if we can start there, and if you can update us on the house and the president when you last spoke to him what he sounded like what you're hearing now. I spoke to him last evening. Sound is fine. I didn't get to see him, but I did speak to him. I have not spoken to him this morning. Chief Meadows has spoken to him several times. We're all getting our assignments. Apparently, it's ah Lite version. Of the virus. Let us pray that that is the case. Pray for both President and the first lady on my pal Ho picks on Ronon McDaniel,.
"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Surveillance. A lot of us are still in a bit of a guessing game, trying to determine how severe the downturn will be. The only thing that will bring an end to the crisis is containing the disease clinic way. One country where people depend unemployment for health insurance in the middle of a health crisis. Investment. Real yield is a scarce as that these days unknowable, of course, where things were going. Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keen and Poles. On Bloomberg Radio. Good Friday morning from New York City and points be onto our worldwide audience Equity futures. They point to a higher opening this morning with the tech heavy NASDAQ leading the way it is September 11th. And today we've marked the 19th anniversary. Of the attack on the United States this morning. I'm joined by Bloomberg's Michael Bar as we await the moment of silence for the moment when United Airlines flight 1 75 struck the South tower, Michael Everything is different today. In this era of Cove it what is different about remembering 9 11 this year will pull two major things one. There are two remembrances that are taking place. They're separate. There's the National September 11th Memorial Museum. They almost canceled their tradition of having relatives read the names of the dead allowed. They did decide that tohave it again. But it will offer the recording is you probably have heard right now of those gathered at the World Trade Center site. Also, we almost didn't see the lights the beams of lights that shoot up into the sky. That was nearly canceled because the fire Department thought that the virus was going to cause problems of people trying to gather and they didn't want to cause any more of a crisis with the pandemic. But the governor and the former mayor Michael Bloomberg, stepped in and now the lights will go on. And it should note that Michael Bloomberg is he found our principal owner of Bloomberg LP, and this radio operation Michael Barra. Thank you so much. We appreciate your thoughts. Also joined by Nathan Hager in Our Washington studio is Nathan is a presidential election year. How does that play into this year's remembrance? Well, you know what's interesting. Paul is that both President Trump and the Democratic nominee Joe Biden, are going to be in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where, of course, united flight 93. Crashed 19 years ago today with the passengers. Taking over the plane, essentially overpowering the hijackers, and the president is expected to speak this morning. A truncated ceremony in Shanksville, Biden says he's not going to make any news today. He's going to be there later on this afternoon, but Course. Pennsylvania is a battleground state in the presidential race. And Biden holds a narrow lead over the president in Pennsylvania. There right now, Paul Nathan Hager. Thank you so much from Bloomberg down in our 99 1 studios Right now we observed moments of sons for flight 71 75. That was a moment of silence. Observing the time when United Plate 1 75 struck the south Tower of the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, Tom and It's 19 years later. Much is different this year. But much is also the same 19 years later, I thought Michael McKee, who of course, was that the National Association for Business Economics meetings. Right across the street from the World Trade Center. At that moment, Paul Sweeney said. It best is it was effortless in 2000 won for all political parties to come together and Even today, watching this emotion at the memorial, just not distance but just the separation of many gathered and, of course, vice President Pence, visiting from Washington. It's just it's changed hasn't imposed really having politics. Gather politics has certainly changed. The feeling within the country's certainly changed other words, that that was a time time when you're absolutely right. The country and the world came together in support. Futures up 17 down. Fridges up 100 is capitalism moves forward. Also moving forward is a political race, particularly today on pause, and it's frankly breathtaking and wonderful. Under these tragic circumstances to see the pause today is vice President Biden said to Jennifer Epstein. Ah here about two hours ago. But we must look forward to the beginning of the race tomorrow. 51 days to the election that begins Sunday on face the nation, Of course with Margaret Brennan. You could see it on the CBS television networks and hear it on Bloomberg Radio Sunday afternoon. I don't even know where to begin. Margaret, with how you address face the nation's Sunday morning give us the themes that you will try to understand and the conversation you'll drive forward. You know, it is astounding as political wrote this morning that more than 13,000 Americans who were born on September 11th 2001 will now have the very first chance to vote in an election in November. We've had a generation come of age. And that is kind of astounding to think on. Dit reminds us that they will shape the next version of this democracy, which in many ways is incredibly divided farm or in the face of tragedies than we were after 9 11. A country that is fractured among so many different minds. We'll talk about what that means for the institutions on undermining of our democracy to Gordon, who is the former number two At U. S intelligence at the DNA who talked about that this week in The Washington Post up ad saying We're doing our adversaries work for them by questioning institutions in a way that is clearly undermining public safe. We see that with the FDA official coming out, saying they won't bend to political pressure Trying to reassure the public that they won't expedited vaccine in a way that risk safety will have the Kaiser CEO talk about that. We will also have United Airlines CEO join up to talk about A planned lay off that we know they begin as soon as we see layoffs today across the Bloomberg You know, they're smaller stories not as visible the airlines. But Margaret, Is there any understanding in your Washington?.
"paul nathan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Don't think it's a ploy, but I don't think they're being responsible about it either. Here's the one thing Dave Chappelle's No idiot, and he went to Wyoming. I think yesterday to say Hey, you okay? I mean, that's what we saw, but Kanye is a master marketer. And there's music coming. Now he's talking. Well, you know this running for president? Maybe it's going to be 24. He tweeted that last night. Of course, it's 20 for you. You're not on the You're allowed to be. Yeah, you wouldn't be on the ballot in half the states. I mean, there's steps that's ridiculous. And his whole thing the other day that that staged that whole act That's all just showbiz hysteria, kind of nonsense to get people's attention. So anyway, I'm not buying it, but I don't know, I I think that's fine. I just feel like because he's had such a long history of mental health issues. I believe it, but at the same time, it's like Okay, but now Kim's involved and she's putting it on her instagram, you know. Who can say They're this masterful marketers. That's all there is to it. So no sucker Born every minute PT Barnum. That's how I go Somehow. Once the album comes out, he'll magically be fine. Yeah. He's on his own now. Thank you. Thanks for buying my music. It's all gonna be great like firecrackers. See in 24 hours, they say tomorrow on the show, Metro Council President David James joins us right off the jump. Astrophysicists Rachel Connolly is with us Congressman John Yarmuth. And Dr Paul Nathan is going to join us as well. Interesting guy here aren't well, we'll get back with you tomorrow. The truth is the most expensive diamond you Khun Buy is a cheap one. One that one day you might regret if you're going to ask her to spend the rest of her life with you. Shouldn't you give her a diamond worthy of your journey together? No one works harder. Selecting diamonds from the finest cutters around the world that my dad thanks, Ashley..
"paul nathan" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"The podcast. Please be joined now by former NHL Stanley Cup champion Daniel Pie and Danny first of all thanks so much for stopping by the podcast today we were talking with Paul Bissonnette last week, and the conversation turned to Welland Ontario now when I asked Danny Pie. Who the most famous person from well is one is his answer. Well. That's interesting. I guess it depends who you ask and. We're asking. You. Guess, you can go with Danger Artie Paul. Nathan Ordinance. you know these guys that growing up? That were really big in kind of going through, but I guess if you were to ask anybody right now, it'd be I'll be given the fact that he's constantly in the news and cussing with everybody. Hockey, news and that you probably told CAL clutter book into that. Conversation as well bill cured I mean wellens got like what was hockey league growing up for you Dan? I mean amazing. I think for us as kids. especially our specific community it You know I think we had such a tremendous minor hockey in coaching. I, mean for us. We had everybody who wanted to kind of be involved in play and I'm sure there was politics involves something, but as a kid. You don't really see that and We actually had coaches growing up. That really wanted us to get better and we couldn't get ice time on the ice, you know. They provided activities away from the ring. It was like practice time and play time just case in point. We brought up at hometown hockey. There was a coach. that we had for a couple of years, I had him for four years between An atom, but going into triple a. an atom you know. He brought about himself to get us kind of like a shooting gallery to shoot pucks, 'cause we just couldn't get enough ice time to do it. And he was so committed to the to the young kids, and so of course nationally like we're just kids wanting to just shoot pucks all day breaking windows and you know we were allowed to do it so. You know it was just a nice little just the way to Kinda work on your skills, and it was just so simple and kept everything so simple back then with just kinda. You. Know having everyone who wanted to do it. Just enjoy and do it. You know it wasn't necessarily mandatory, but you know every kid wanted to go, and then as we got older, you know we always had a good team growing up. And occasionally there's some changes, but everyone was really good and and for us, you know we always had a personal connection with everybody growing up so and even with the coaching staff. We always knew someone. Whether it was a parent or just kind of relationship with you know other parents that we know, and just because it was a small town, so. You know I think the community itself. They really WANNA buy in for the for the kids and I've seen it now in this generation. They still continue to do that. I know Girardi. he's you know, want to try and get involved with his boy, and there's a couple of men now that I used to play with growing up or doing that with their own kids, so just to kind of bring down, it's. You know been a really good I think experience for myself growing up looking back and how blessed we were you know just the the work ethic. We realize it took to kind of become well, and you know you see it in and our trend with you know the players you mentioned and Andre Vos well and. So. We're kind of lucky with with the the age group that we had I think we had that competitive nature that we all wanted to be better and have fun at the same time. So is there a guy who now you look and say hey, I get along with this guy or really good guy. But when they were younger and you played against them. You're like I bleeding. Hated you you little as Pfoa. Yeah I mean obviously when we we got into the junior B level i. mean I played at Fifteen? for the wealthy cougars and Nathan was playing thirteen by the way you pretty year before me, junior be at thirteen. You know he was just so good. Even back then I remember playing in a kind of started out in house league, just because of travel, and I remember my parents. Just you know they didn't want to do it, but the gentlemen I'll talk and actually I'll get into that more, but there was a the coach that just kinda recognize me as a young kid said that your sunny play with me, Single-a 'cause I didn't try out and So I made that team. And then from there I got called up to the triple eighteen where a couple of my buddies played. like Andrei and Dan Rory. You know it was interesting. We played Toronto marlies. And It's amazing how guys were talking about Nash back then. Say Man this guy so good. 'cause we were like eight or nine years old so. you know playing those Toronto teams with the high calibre of guys like Nash back then just so dominant I all the time. I mean especially when you're young like that. You know it's interesting when you look back at some of the players the you play with growing up, and then you look at you know who ended up making it in the NHL. If we would've seen you play at eight years old. Would we have said this guy's going to the NHL I don't know I. I was more about work ethic than skillset. I'd say so for me. I would always tried Al battle whoever I was playing again or always tried to play well with whoever I played with, so I really didn't focus too much into getting into the NHL probably until. I was around thirteen, fourteen to or fourteen fifteen to actually try to make junior B teams. Even then you never really know what can happen I know there was central scout at the time that was from well in and obviously was really nice through a lot of two. But I. Remember you know. I wasn't always ranked high from the beginning, and it just kind of elevated I I had a really good second half in junior. Be So kind of elevated my game to Kinda. Get drafted into the Oh, l. and kind of go from there, but. If. You ask anybody about me and growing up I was more about like I, just skated and and You know he's got the Puck I, and that's Kinda always played throughout my career and kind of going that way. You know I think for me. It was always a boat. I think fun with you know who you're playing with. So when I think about you Daniel I think merlot line like that's the number. One thing I think about when when I think of your career because it was. Unquestionably the I would assume the highlight of your career. You WanNa. Stanley Cup you played on a line that really mattered with Gregory Campbell and Sean Thornton, and you know when you think Merlot line. Why did it work? Well. It was interesting because when initially the line was put up for myself. Obviously marshy was the first one there, and then obviously he does so well that he played. And then for me I fit in there with them. Because well I they're very successful with the way they played. Obviously, they're both. Well respected fighters. Obviously, Sean was a every wait. for our team and Campbell was able to hold his own. Vote. We all brought certain element to the game that I think really worked. Well I think what would really broke. Oh, for us. We all knew exactly. What was our strengths and we stuck to that. You know what I mean, so. Sean knew that I would always get the puck I, so he would just throw it in my corner, and I would always kinda get there, and even if we were in the zone, you would just flip it in. The new I would just go. And then with with soupy, he was really good at reading us. You know with the support. Just because he would knew he knew that if I were to get there, where be I would know exactly where he would. Be to you know other. Drop it to him if he was supporting me when I would get there, so it makes it easier.
"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Okay this is a serious serious pandemic and social distancing is therefore something that we all I should do and take us seriously for our selves for our loved ones for the entire community we currently have testing capacity of about three hundred to four hundred tasks we have on order and will be receiving today more test kits which should nearly double that amount of tasks low carb private companies are in line to help us with the testing and many of you heard from the federal government of plans to launch automated testing and drive through test sites around the country the first wave of that will occur in those areas have been hardest hit like Washington state and California but Virginia is in that next phase that should get those tests from the federal government so we will be ramping up our testing capabilities in the days and weeks ahead okay we've been listening to officials in Virginia holding everything on the corona virus including the governor of the state of Virginia Ralph Northam as they try to get ahead of this let's bring in Nathan Hager of Bloomberg news in our Washington DC office listen they think it's a sense of what's going on in the Commonwealth of Virginia and in the general kind of DC area because we heard from those officials Paul the Commonwealth of Virginia is dealing with corona virus cases throughout the state only one region of the state the south side it has yet to report any cases but the Washington region has been dealing with this outbreak for quite some time Maryland governor Larry Hogan had already issued a state of emergency I believe more than a week ago along with DC mayor Muriel Bowser before president trump shifted his tone yesterday on this pandemic of Virginia had already reported two deaths along with the sixty seven cases that they just announced with us with their latest numbers and as governor Northam has been speaking in Richmond the governor of Maryland Larry Hogan has been updating people in his state as well he just announced that the April twenty eighth presidential primary that was supposed to be held next month is now being postponed until the latest possible date of June second yeah because of the pandemic so the developments continue here in the Washington region Paul Nathan Hager I'll pick it up from there thank you so much and stay safe over there we'll look forward to your further reports on this there is a question I want to go back to you as to to stick that really stood out to me and it was a little bit alarming and I's got about a bunch of push back given the lack of testing Andrew Cuomo governor of New York state saying the hospitalization rate for the corona virus in your state is fifteen to nineteen percent he was arguing for more capacity for hospital beds for ventilators and he was talking about the incredible strain it's going.
"paul nathan" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Is there for play on a theory there on the base and they had a AH auditions open to all military personnel in the area. And I auditioned and I get the part of Jimmy Sturr role. You know the the League Young League I know and And then after that they did another one called Mr Mrs North and I get to play Mr North and all the time I was working around me on arranging schedule so I still get through my work you know and but this is long boring. I'm so sorry the thing is Al.. This is this is a time you know in movie history. That is so interesting to to so many people because you know they call it. The golden age of Hollywood's. And it really wasn't it the names you've mentioned so far. These are legends aren't they. Yes they are and you know what's interesting thing is it. What's interesting is that when I was doing? Police policewoman this system. We're heading now but when I was doing policewoman Buddy of mine another another buddy And I and all of three Ad for one two three four. There were four of five of US altogether actress. That Obviously a serious at the time was working really and We we opened this theater later and Well my my buddy had bald off for me. He was in Korea and all and he come back and use actors Studio Guy and director actress and he'd been he'd done a lot of dinner theaters around the country and and and Small theaters and an actor but also as director and he always wanted to run the best. St Always wanted to dream about having the best in the country and he would scout line when he came up with Identifid build a San Antonio Texas on the outskirts scares on the second rammer on the city and it was a terrific theater and I we all we all bought it. We own obviousness sixty or sixty percent or you know and Causing consequently it's called dual Hamas playhouse. And you know I mean we. We had an June allyson. Lana Turner She's Romero Canes three times Van Johnson came twice And they'd go for five. We have fifty two weeks a year. We ran shows for for five weeks and then in the summer. We'd do a ten week musical you know and we had Christ incredible incredible incredible talent. You know people were so interesting people. I talked to worship people. I've been in off years and seventy I'm your sounds you know. I was suddenly like. We're like paying their south. Who was amazing? I tell you I said I haven't been so lucky all life you know. Everything is beautifully you know I could go on and on and on hell out of you know I. I don't think that's that's possible but I I was watching a couple of your movies over the past couple of weeks. I watched the Big Combo which you did with Lee fairly on I. I watched the rainmaker to you. Watch rainmaker recently. Yeah yeah well. That was my favorite favorite favorite. So is that the one that really put you on the map. G thing that was. That was my sixteenth movie. I had started on a lot to say how I get into indistinct. End Pictures As the playhouse and One of my wonderful Oh new level was also in the classroom of May here that he had been in north on naval theater. That's really met and we worked together and both of us to productions. I told you about but I was discharged a year before he was and when he got out I had already been to. USC for for a while and decided. That's not what I wanted out. I came out to USC. Because I realized that we're GONNA see the mill was the head of the Department apartment and I thought well he's a sesame most mother that must mean a lot you know but but in fact five -ality saw him once in the him but A I decided after a while. I thought I'm really not getting the kind of training or worse an actor and and I love the education but the other stuff was anyway So I went to work in the end and I went to work at Bluecross in those in those days. But everything's done by hand you know as a claims to just go around ankle through the files. You didn't have a computer on that stuff. You had to look everybody up but I worked therefore AIRF- Until the beginning of the next season I had been accepted at the passionate playhouse on the GI. Bill so That's where I really got my training. You know ooh that was terrific you know. It was wonderful and and and Neil Levin I ended up. You'll ever came on it. He wants to school and we became. We're in the same class. And there's a guy named artist Strada who wanted to lift US online and somebody has suggested the barber had paramount a name. I'm Victor and He was going he newest. We're going to send. Hey you wanna go and they were gonNA go to Panama. There were all he has to do is go through the gate and tell them we had an appointment with the barber and because she couldn't get into gates you know at paramount or any studio. You didn't walk in the gate. You know the shoe had some business So it was wonderful. We went to the gate and he said Real bummer. Wishy Victor the Barbara Internet. Just you just went right in and I had a friend I'd been in the navy with the first time who was out of the service and he was working in the mailroom? Lloyd and I will we ran to him down there and he told us where shooting certain scenes. And after after after the actor. The initial interview with our borrow WE'RE GONNA run into a road sachin. We won't walk around just opened the doors and went on the show and watching. How alleged shoot the branded and anyway? That's where I learned it was this That's one of the lucky things I mean if it hadn't been an artist Johnny wanting to get this airline I wouldn't have known to get into paramount studios. Ah but I use that later on. I used it a lot and I used to go when I was working after. I got out after got out of school. The playhouse else I was working at North American as a temp lamonica building sabres yet and On on About once a month or every six weeks I take off often go to paramount and I weigh myself and I'm just going to see victim barber. Yeah and I I never saw victim Barbara but I did see a lot of wonderful wonderful stuff I I walked on the set of all Kirk. Douglas Mass shooting billy long it was directly on the scene for the That tissue had a couple of different names the the one where the galveston trapped in the cage and I came and he was a reporter. I mean this was called God and now I can't think of supposed to be a big film of love there and I made how ironic you know later on. Of course I was going to work Kirk. Douglas twice and gunfight at the OK can well and the last train from gun hill. You know But at that time I stood watching him why I watched launch Libyan Jennifer Jones to a scene sister Carey And I I would go round from set to set it was. It was exciting. I was you know that was. I was sitting there while Jose Ferrer. Who just went there Kademi award for Like Sarah no debate exactly surrounded version Iraq and Anyway and wash them. I obviously but but that's why I used to do. While he was on unlock. There was a young actress I've been in class with the playoffs. Darin Martin and she introduced me to To we were all talking in group and she introduced me to Pat Ball to Paul Nathan whom I spoke about earlier and and when I go back every time I went to the studio and always dropping Paul and kid. MSA wouldn't you GonNa put in pictures on you and you became good friends. We had a similar humor. I mean we enjoyed each other and we really like my best friend and they were doing about zero picture. Scarce shift with Martin Lewis. He said look you said it's just a one liner but You know so. So he tasked me As this Ah Elevator operator and I D Martin step down and you know first of all those Jerry Lewis Jerry Lewis Elevation which means room fourteen o one straight down. The halter leapt than Dietmar a little later. Stay down the hall to the Left. I saw to do later on in the crowd and another two days worked. What's on it but When I was finished with that I said You know he sent me over to see the other two cashing guys and they were on their way to cast. The picture called the girls a pleasure island. They needed the next day. They need a twenty five guys Marine selling up at three girls he goes girls in the window and UH Audrey Dalton was three girls from England. Who'd come over here to do this film okay? Paul gave me a good sense of good two guys and and said they said well okay. Hey sent me over to the only used to getting a haircut. Well now I'm GonNa meet Victim Barber I finally I just had a haircut but not from him damn position they should give them give them a GI. Well that's another lucky thing. When I got out of the chair I had here about a quarter of an inch along at hung down like banks around the front of my four and a half? Gi Butch Haircut and it was semi with my big ears to allies in my the fifty two front teeth. And you know I certainly looked like a character I was. I you know all this time. I've lost all the well where the good looks suddenly. uh-huh a real character actor well. It was lucky you're saying they took me sixteen pitches to get rid of that. Look I constantly you know was cast your best as this guy is a matter of fact Anyway I went on the next day and I had a ball five guys. One of the extras was a guy. Robert Fuller. Who later became a well-known cow actor television series actor? But there was four of us bricklayers. They wanted because they wanted to big players to be able to.
"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Justice I. team justice the commission thank you for speaking in an hours long news conference in Beirut the former Nissan chairman accused Japanese officials and executives at his old company of conspiring against him though he said he did not think Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave was involved in his arrest Tokyo prosecutors accuse gone of conspiring with his wife to wire improperly obtained funds global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries and a thin Hager this is Bloomberg Leeson Paul Nathan anger thank you so much we appreciate that looking at markets here it just give me the update on oil WTI crude down three point eight five percent that's the most since November twenty nineteen so certainly taking that risk premium out of the energy markets please yeah and putting the narrative out there that the U. S. it does expect you run a river runs reprisal simply to deliberately miss American troops and that Iran was standing down interesting to see how that will play over in Iran as this was a evidently according to the narrative a face saving measure by Iran exactly so oil trading down here at look at the S. and P. up twenty one points the Dow up a hundred eighty eight points here rallying late here in the morning the nasdaq up sixty four points at about seven tenths of one percent treasury yields down up a little bit to ten year treasury down eight thirty seconds pushing the yield up to one point eight five percent right now my big question is given the fact that you were on it can't necessarily be seen internally as standing down I do wonder what the response is going to be yes chrisley joining us right now senior fellow at the university of Virginia Miller center also former deputy secretary of labor under president Obama he has served in a variety of mid administrations over decades thank you so much for being with us on the phone from Charlottesville Virginia I just wanna first get reaction if you're listening to president trump's comments on Iran what was your take away well I thought it was encouraging in the sense that you know he was offered an off ramp to de escalate and it appears that he's taking that for now it will be interesting to see what the Iran and think of this I mean he he he he was in my mind it can serve a premature victory lap I'm not sure that will play that well and I think there are still remain questions what the long term strategy is I mean he talked about imposing additional economic sanctions trying to get NATO involved in this trying to negotiate a new deal but you know if if we simply tackle to where we are now and where we were when he took office it's hard to say that we are in a better situation now than where we were with the Iran nuclear deal it's such a Chris maybe take a step back to give a we heard from the president here what do you think the administration strategy is here just over the last several days as a really to around you know I think it's been a little confusing I think that's the you know the legitimate questions that members of Congress are asking about you know whether there was an imminent attack that they were trying to prevent in in killing soul money you know what the long term strategy is with regard to a run and so I think he look I think it was helpful that the president there speaking but I'm not sure he necessarily answer any of those questions I'm wondering also what the broader message from this incident would be if you're on does not retaliate any further I know that there have been a number of reports that Kim Jong un over north Korea's suspected to be incentivized double down on its nuclear option simply because he does want to be taken out by a drone either so and what was your sense of that what I think that's exactly right I mean I think the minute the president ripped up and rain nuclear deal it makes is certainly harder to try that excuse any kind of a deal with North Korea because you know with the president the United States can't be trusted to live up to their arrangements I also think you know this was as much of anything important the last night's attack was a way that the Iranian leadership could show that their people that they were taking this seriously but you know I think we should make the mistake me this is a very dangerous routine that will figure out other ways to strike back either at Americans allies American businesses in ways that may be are as dangerous but how are less able were less able to put our fingers that they did it is there some that are suggesting that the there is some politics involved here and what's going on with Iran in terms of the United States you know taking out a gentle soul money as it relates to impeachment you think there's yeah tie in there to what extent you know a guy I that it I don't want to speculate on that I'd like to think that this was this was a thought out strategy that being said look obviously we've been talking about this attack for what the last five or six days and not talking about impeachment impeachment is still obviously out there on the horizon and probably shorter term horizon but I think it does raise sort of broader issues as to what the administration's broader policy is in its very model that the moment I'm sure the actions over the last five or six days haven't really clarify that and anyway what's your sense of the recent developments about impeachment about the fact that as the Democrats are trying to figure out how to pass it off to Senate without necessarily getting as sort of wash white washing of the whole affair yeah you know I look I think it's interesting I mean you know I I think the speaker speaker plus you will probably send over the articles of impeachment she says soon and what we've seen over the last couple of weeks since the house passed impeachment was a number of developments between some important reporting out of New York times about other meetings that happened in the White House on the holding of Ukrainian eight that we didn't know about and advanced we had the release of the documents that show greater involvement by the White House in this decision and we ought to have the big news from the other day that John Bolten the former national security adviser is willing to testify so what that shows you is that there are additional a lot of additional documents additional witnesses and testimony and so even if even if Democrats were not able to get an agreement up front that those documents and witnesses would be part of a Senate trial they certainly made a public case that we're only seeing basically the tip of the iceberg right now this is why I think will clearly be revisited even if the Senate trial starts without an agreement on additional witnesses there will be a motion by Senate Democrats try to call a call those witnesses and frankly a lot of this is going to rely on whether those handful of moderate Senate Republicans and whether they're willing to break from their leadership and call some of these witnesses so I was speaking with Chris losing your fellow at the university of Virginia Miller center also former deputy secretary of labor under president Obama host of other governmental service jobs that he has served in roles he has served throughout his career I am wondering you know I wanna go back to Paul's question where he was asking about the relation between the strikes over in Iran as well as you know the impeachment trials and does this give president trump much more popularity among Republicans and support among Republicans just because it seems to have been incredibly successful you know I look I think I think it is the jury still out on this right now the some of the recent polling engine surprise you mean everything in this country right now breaks on partisan lines shows that about fifty three percent of Americans oppose that the president's handling of the situation and around right now you know again I think we'll have to wait and see what the longer term developments on this are I mean you were only if I sent you know five or six days from the original killing and I think obviously less than twenty four hours away from a last night's events and so when apple at this plant a couple more new cycles to see what happens so Chris and just going back to impeachment real quickly I'm just kind of wondering what next steps are because were cut obviously in uncharted territory here who do you think has the leverage here the between the Democrats and Republicans here because it's you know this speaker policy with holding the articles impeachment yeah is is unusual I guess just given by the the look at a president with that we do have well look I think initial leverage right now is being held by the the the Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell I mean not free he controls the peak he controls the process he's got the fifty one votes to move forward but I think you know I think the challenge will be for him to keep him as moderate Republicans in line when Senate Democrats are asking for additional boats and so you know I think that that you know I think we only get the sort of seen that that the first you know part being played at this point it'll be interesting to see how things play out in and again you know whether house Democrats find some way to call John Bolton as some part of a formal hearing I mean he said he will testify before the Senate but there's no reason frankly at this point why would not testify before the house as well chrisley thank you so much for being with us and all your commentary chrisley senior fellow at the university of Virginia Miller center also former deputy secretary of labor under president Obama among other roles just wanna give you a quick market check oil now down more than four point two percent were saying the rally gains steam in a broad U. S. equity indices but led by the nasdaq up seven are up almost three quarters of a percent at similar to across the board we're seeing yields come up rise price down on bonds yields go up and people basically seem to be capitulating to this idea this is the all clear sign at the U. S. signaling that Iran has capitulated at the response was mainly in I was a visual more than it was in actual subs insuring us now for some commentary on what we can expect from the market is John authors of the ripping in columnist as senior markets editor I'm wondering from your perspective is this a a sort of edification of the view that has been blamed as being complacent that basically hold tight the stuff all rolls over and it always has and always will well that's absolutely a hundred percent the assumption on which everybody is allocating assets at this moment it's almost comical how we are absolutely back to Thursday afternoon before the news of this on an ani assassination broke and as you probably remember at that point we would definitely risk gonna if if if we worried about anything it was about markets melting up this week came into the new year now there's one I was actually I'm just talking to you from the London office and I was I was watching this with the with the hedge fund manager friends of mine when we got this vast screen in the back office in London when you can but you could see president trump speaking and he was giving I was getting a running commentary about how this was going to be like can you remember the the the TV series Dallas from the nineteen else of course yep when it was won the.
"paul nathan" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast
"On the other hand, trying to decide whether or not to participate in a randomized trial of to cardiac interventions, most young children will not have the capacity to understand It's complex. There's a lot of implications both directly in terms of what the experience might be like for the child, but also the potential health risks and benefits, so those are complex things to understand and something that we would typically not expect a five year old seven year old. Maybe an eleven year old. The older you get, the more capacity you have in A. A, typically developing child, and so with that the ability to consent for oneself gross with age were were very lucky in Ontario that we do not have from a medical perspective, a discreet age of consent, and that means that we can make that decision with family, and with the Child on an individual basis there are lots and lots of sixteen year olds who have full capacity to make health decisions, and there are lots and lots of sixteen year olds who have no concept of their own mortality and do not have that, so it's something that we really need to assess for every participant, so I guess the say that the child hives differs depending on age and other practitioner to patient. Patient consideration so it's very case by case. Yeah, absolutely I think that there there are circumstances under which we would not respect a child's absent or descent, so if the medical research that was going on was also a mechanism to deliver a therapy so for example, a new medication that is expected to be the best therapy available to the child. Just as we wouldn't allow the child clinically to refuse the Madison, we won't allow them to refuse it. Within the structure of the research trial, we would however still want to respect their descent for things that were not directly related to their benefit, so for example if somebody's in this medication trial where we really do think that this is the. The best thing for the child, but there's an MRI. That's an optional assessment and the child is very claustrophobic. We should allow them to dissent and refuse to participate in the MRI. Even while we're saying no, you need to take your medicine. You need to be part of this because we think it's the best thing for you now. Sometimes that MRI is essential, because it's going to provide you fundamental safety information to protect the child, and then again it flips back to the category of saying this is in the best interest of the of the child, and we're going to make it as easy as we possibly can on them, but we're not actually going to allow them to say no. No, we have an idea of how consent works in the research setting working with Beatrix populations. But how does it work in a clinical setting? How do clinicians go about communicating complicated diagnoses and treatments to young patients? We ask Dr Paul Nathan, a pediatric oncologist at the hospital for sick children. You will hear more from Dr. Nathan and his role as the.
"paul nathan" Discussed on 790 KABC
"What I think we got like three wars going on we got a war against god yeah sign in and we got a war against the Emily I was sitting here listening one thing I found over money aren't fifty four do you think that is one my family only three eight every time I have a child yeah I question of who I was because of my thought it was more of a ball they always reassured me back not perfect yeah yeah you know whatever all right what what my challenges than whatever rate like thing to get a lot of the beautiful person over come up but I also noticed the divorce the family and the lack of father thank you among men from women and it's like when a child is with the father I need with the mother he can't keep their cradles the child in her arms and held the boy how much she hates the father I noticed the bowl are ended up wanting to be like the mother and they want nothing to do with her right and our whole world is like war war war and all motion no freaking great I I need yeah no true I'm and I think the boys end up hating themselves to you know get the boys they found that they the mom hates the data but the boy in the end has to look at action of that while they're in has a self hatred that sounds just so but what actually happens is they end up hating the man the the mom and the man boy mom for the hating him the sort of a couple things and then society at large as a representation of the band but if these are big issues passer and and why we didn't really even get into gender yeah we were just a male female biology yeah in it which is it's interesting to me that I you know the postmodernist post drug for lists of moved past this issue about biological sex because people will accept there is such thing as biological sex it's just that gender is not strictly speaking an expression of biological sex and that's where it gets complicated and Richard recall there was asking about well how come somebody could say I'm a male therefore it on a female there frango Russell females well now we're now we're now world of laws yeah right and and lawsuits and civil civil liberties at least in this country and I am Dino your some of the same stuff going on in Canada well the American civil liberties union recently declared that it's okay for a man or a boy in school for example just say well I am whatever I want and who are you to tell me that I'm not and why and men can have periods no I'm sorry no they can't and they can't get her birth either gender band biological sex so yeah we start getting into weird right so that's where you got to say no I'm sorry now my son is not having a baby and my son is not having a but this is back but this is back to or whatever earlier car by the way Tina thank you for your call yes the the colors earlier were talking about controlling the language controlling right control and that that's what it's all about and so we all start fighting about things and then we to step and then we got vilified because we didn't understand the language police what they at the I stand for so Paul Paul I've got to say for well you've been very kind of your time to listen shop it up a little bit but it's interesting topic and I I mean can solve it what's that it's an urgent yes well back to your dialogue we have to find a common ground for there to be dialogue and so to Rio ID system rejecting the the point of view of people that are to hold this all dear that's not gonna work either so we we have to find a common ground and work our way there it with empathy and compassion like you said I agree that's right all right thank you so thank you professor get the book the book you like it's remote is the spreading his every is that correct well that's one of four on Amazon you'll find them all listed together okay and the author of course would be Paul Nathan thank they have the yeah and Catherine saying so much thank you okay bye bye our numbers eight hundred two two two five two two two you'll get more calls yet that's the entry of doctors but they live in some ninety KABC ABC dependable traffic.
"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"T. I. C. dot com slash I am as the S. and P. five hundred is a lower by a quarter percent down seven points at the open three thousand three is the level on the S. and P. the Dow Jones industrial average down twenty two points twenty six thousand seven hundred eighty one nasdaq composite index is down to thirty points eighty one at fifty five is the level on the nasdaq and we continue to watch shares of Amazon they are down more than four percent down seventy six points at the open after the E. commerce giant reported its first quarterly profit decline in more than two years on rising spending for one day shipping ten year up to thirty seconds the yield one point seven five percent the two year is at one point five eight percent West Texas intermediate crude oil is down a quarter percent or fourteen cents fifty six dollars nine cents a barrel comex gold is higher by nine tenths percent thirteen eighty the game there fifteen eighteen fifty gets you a Troy ounce the euro is at one point one one zero one against the dollar the yen at one OO eight point five eight and again to recap the S. and P. five hundred is down seven points at the open that is a Bloomberg business flash we sent Paul Nathan Hager thanks so much for that update we are pleased that Neil Richardson has agreed against her better judgment to stick around and chat with us a little bit more Neil is Edward Jones investment strategist dealer for actually just hung up because he was like providing you know as you go out and chat with your clients of Edward Jones what's the question you get asked the most often you'll be surprised actually about student debt our and so this is it as it relates to you know a it's big and it's overwhelming for so many people but what does it mean for the economy exactly you're hearing those headlines but you're also seeing that play out politically as a many candidates have taken the mantra of student debt forgiveness and tell what are a lot of clients are trying to figure out what this means what this means for growth we also get a lot of questions about trade obviously the things that you would expect but it's surprising how many people ask about it so what is their main concern about it just the levels of it what it does to the younger levels and yet it's a level that the growth rate and many of our clients are looking into retirement or in retirement but we do have clients who are facing big that student debt burdens and we have a lot of parents to recognize that this is a factor for their kids how do the younger investors adjusted that new environment is that it's critical to that it doesn't affect and argue the entire investment plan it but we are seeing at someone and president at levels of dad and also delinquencies and delinquencies are lasting longer and longer says something to keep keep track so look for some years older clients who are thinking about you know the retirement and how to plan for that I mean do you have to give them the cold hard truth that they should probably be thing about lower rates of return over the next ten to twenty years versus the last ten to twenty we are we are we are setting expectations what we've seen the past ten years probably not going to be what we see the next ten years and what the concern is is really that low interest rate environment right at retired right when you eat your income asset actually provide it starting to be a rising concern of my client we tell them that make sure that that bond is in place don't search for Neil even in a low interest rate environment because those bands play a crucial role in providing insurance your overall investment portfolio it's tempting to go into high dividend paying stocks Philippines because you think their state but they are still correlated with the ups and downs of the stock market and thing where you are in your in your life cycle journey that's not it no Paul I want to I want to have someone on and ask them that question and say no actually were telling them to actually increase the return significations we think it's fantastic time yeah you don't have to save that mice is put a little talk inside your athlete crush it at Neil I wonder I want to go back to the student loan issue because I was looking at the inflation break down and you are seeing pretty muted price increases across say clothing and food but when you start looking at education and healthcare costs and rent those are through the roof and they've been rising really quickly and I'm wondering how you factor that in when you take a look at the strength of the U. S. consumer another words that perhaps this week he's on the consumer more than overall leverage ratios might suggest in a place and I think that a body of water that on the very calm underneath there's a lot of volatility going on and I think you really express what volatile about our inflation picture the three big ticket items in terms of what people put their money here what they spend the money on healthcare education and housing keep going until there aren't and I think hello very low inflation environment we have people the incomes are going more and more things that are rising every year and that is a concern for the future so needless to talk your clients to find that maybe in the search for yield they may be taking on I don't know too much risk for going outside of the risk profile as it relates to maybe you know emerging markets or alternative investments you know how your client's thinking about a lower rate environment I think it's tempting even in in went where they put their money into that short term investing CD's or money market funds it's tempting to search for yeah but our devices if they don't do that specially if you find it reflects your comfort with me until we caution on that but thank you we need you guys and this goes back to the previous segment looking for opportunities and using cash and putting it to work when you can't and we do some things that opportunity in international believe it or not we think that is the place to be right now because investor sentiment has hours so much we think that actually does valuations are attractive that global growth is slowing but were able I is an incredibly thing a lot of central bank then you might get on board it coordinated in a way that wasn't even in two thousand eight the financial crisis we're seeing that in your mouth and eat the P. at hand and in the U. S. and there are pockets of opportunity in the market just be selective B. Y. and go for quality what we're well thank you so much for being with us are for all this time putting up with us Neil Richards and the Edward Jones investment strategist we always turn to fantastic perspective and really important to look at that sort of calm body of water underneath yeah what I like about yes I speak with the only because I know she speaks with a lot of retail investors you know around the country ever Jones is is everywhere on and they have a you know a great relationship with the retail clients and get a sense of kind of what you know the folks are thinking about in in terms of investments right here we are in a lower rate environment we are gonna look low return environment in scope you know kind of how the outlook is at the retail level just looking at Amazon here the stock is down only three percent parents losses here so it's really an interesting story I think you know investors it just shows you once again they're willing to give this company the benefit of the doubt as it relates to investment and better because the doubt I mean let's be clear there dominating everything right and it's clear that they're willing to slice the potential profitability short term to get market share the key question that I have is why did investors punish the firm so much in premarket trading given the fact that it was trying to invest in dominating even more with respect to one day delivery I think that the big question mark remains to be the A. W. S. the with this sort of cloud computing service segment and a question of whether we are getting perhaps competition from Microsoft it cetera that actually does crimp the potential profitability as a slice their their fees yeah exactly it's a big big profit business for them and that they will continue to invest this is Bloomberg actual headlines right now with Michael bar Michael thank you very much Paul thank you very much Lisa the body of congressman Elijah Cummings is in Baltimore where he will be laid to rest his former colleague democratic representative Emmanuel cleaver said he worked until the very end we're going to miss them then how many people do you know would be working sitting on the side of their death bed and and and not giving any signs of that they're in pain or conflict of complaining at all he he worked is is last few hours on on their and I almost could just hope we could go out like that former president Barack Obama and Bill Clinton are among the schedule speakers for the funeral today California congresswoman Katie hills it's on the key committing in the impeachment inquiry about her bitter divorce may have revealed she had an inappropriate relationship with whatever congressional employees hill who is the first openly bisexual member of Congress denied the allegations firefighters in California are battling destructive wildfires near San Francisco and Los Angeles in cinema county about fifty structures were destroyed global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries on Michael bar this is Bloomberg ball like a bar thank you so much we have a mixed.
"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Out in that regard you've got Norfolk southern the railroad those shares are lower in the wake of their third quarter results down a little more than two percent that they had back to back disappointments on revenue for the first time since two thousand nine and then there's W. W. Grainger the industrial distributor they were out with third quarter results as well that stocks down more than five percent and one thing that's interesting there is that that you know we had one of the our competitors Fastenal come out with results last week there were one really well received grazers numbers a very different story profit last quarter rising less than analysts expected tables and it will work sucks at thank you so much for being with us and spending all this time I know you're busy well let's get back to your desk embed Eliot before we let you go I'm wondering what is the one main thing that you would like to hear from mark Zuckerberg on at the lever proposal which is rather a more face at this point still that the Congress members could ask I'd really like to get kind of a a former idea when they when they plan to launch the keep saying you know the way until the regulators kind of approve their their product but you know at some point are never gonna get a green light from regulators I don't think so so I would kind of like to know a sort of a a drop dead date for Facebook when the plant either give up or just go for the libra thank you so much for joining us we appreciate your input into Facebook and lever and all things script open as the financial policy analyst for Bloomberg intelligence joining us from our DC bureau right now let's sit down to DC to a ninety nine one studios for world and national headlines with Nathan Hager Nathan Paul as we await to the testimony from Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg before the house financial services committee we are also awaiting remarks from president trump he says he will make a statement from the White House it just about forty five minutes eleven AM Wall Street time from the diplomatic reception room at the White House to tell what he calls a big success on the Turkey Syria border ahead of this the these remarks the president tweeted that a safe zone has been created the US brokered ceasefire has held and the Kurds are safe earlier Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan reached a deal with Russia Vladimir Putin to establish a buffer zone in northeast he's warning the offensive will continue if neither the US nor Russia insured insurers that Syrian Kurds pull out completely in the meantime president trump followed up that serious suite with one that read where's the whistle blower today house impeachment investigators are hearing from Laura Cooper she's the Pentagon official in charge of military aid to Ukraine her testimony comes a day after acting Ukraine ambassador William Taylor told lawmakers that he was told president trump tied that aid directly to investigations of Joe Biden and the twenty sixteen election Democrat Gerry Connolly sits on the house oversight and foreign affairs committees I think it's very damning and you know I think it's a put a politically mortal peril at this presidency a new Quinnipiac poll out this morning finds fifty five percent of voters support the impeachment probe that is a new high in the U. K. the Belgian embassy in London says it is working with British authorities after thirty nine bodies were found in a cargo truck east of London that truck is thought to have come in from Belgium though that country's foreign ministry says that hasn't been confirmed a twenty five year old truck driver from Northern Ireland is being held on suspicion of murder global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries in Washington I'm Nathan Hager this is Bloomberg leaving Paul Nathan at thank you so much before we let you go I would love yeah your sense of it the hearings today sort of in perspective of all that that you just explain that was it that's going on with respect to the impeachment hearings the the potential of that sort of gaining steam even among some Republicans give us a sense of how charged this particular hearing is going to be in light of the some of the concerns about elections well what you're talking about the Facebook hearing of course the social network has been under really increasing scrutiny as to its role in the disinformation campaign that was put forward by Russia and the White House would argue others during the twenty sixteen campaign is you guys have been mentioning Facebook has under as been under a heavy amount of scrutiny on so many fronts so yeah we do expect that as as part of this hearing from house financial services that sucker Berg will face questions not just on the valves Facebook's crypto currency plans but on how it's a short up things like a data privacy and insuring that fake accounts so called fake accounts don't influence at the election in twenty twenty right and and sort of this is not that usual for mark Zuckerberg to go himself down to Capitol Hill to it testify right I mean his job here is to basically just give them a sense of conviction that he's doing everything he can to make sure that there are no breaches it cetera but but what do you think are going to be some of the most important issues are addressed here well you talk about the rarity of soccer Berg appearing on Capitol I think this is like the third time in in total since he's in charge of the company since he created a company that you that he's appeared on Capitol Hill for my understanding cute suggested that chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg appear before the committee to talk specifically about the crypto currency aspect of Facebook's business plans but the democratic chairwoman of the financial services committee Maxine waters insisted that soccer Berg appear today so yeah he's a likely expected to face many questions about data privacy about the efforts to keep fake accounts and that sort of thing from appearing on the social network again to talk about the efforts of the the steps that Facebook has taken it to to shore up its its privacy protections heading toward the election nightmare thank you so much for sticking with us for a few minutes give us your thoughts on as we get ready for the testimony of mark Zuckerberg C. E. O. of Facebook as he gets ready to testify in front of the house financial services committee Nathan Hager Bloomberg news in Washington DC right now let's go to John Tucker live argues for a Bloomberg business slash John yeah it's kinda.
"paul nathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We have really never been. So a lot of lot of progresses been made. When I came in with Mike, we were a depleted armed forces. We would depleted we had planes that were fifty sixty years old. We had things going on that you wouldn't believe that the general knew that. I think we all knew and we weren't happy about it. And we took it, and I'm a big budget person. But there's one thing more important than the budget. Maybe a couple of things, but there's one thing that particular that's our military and our defense of our nation because without the defensive ordination budget. Does it matter, and we are listening to President Trump making comments at the wounded warrior project at the White House? He was making his first public comment after William bar, the attorney general gave a press conference. And we of course, we did get the release of the Muller report we are continuing to parse through that. Let's head over to Nathan Hager for the latest on the headlines that are emerging Nathan few more headlines since last we spoke just a few moments ago. Lisa among them. President Trump told his staff that there were no disclosures on the Trump Tower meeting. That's according to special counsel Muller. He says there is no evidence. The president knew his former national security adviser Michael Flynn discussed sanctions with Russians and Muller says the president's council's answers were insufficient in December of twenty eighteen at the same time, though Muller says that he did have enough evidence to subpoena President Trump he believed he had the authority but did decided not to subpoena the president to prevent a delay of his investigation. Muller says the president was not involved in the underlying crime on collusion. But as we heard from attorney general William bar during his news conference earlier this morning Muller found ten instances in which Muller believed. The president may have attempted to obstruct Justice, but Muller and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein disagreed with Muller's legal theories will continue to bring you more headlines as they come in for now, we'll send it back to you. Lisa and Paul Nathan Hager. Thank you so much. I'd like to bring in mardi Schenker right now to get his comments and his thoughts on what is happening this morning. This morning Marty is the chief content officer for Bloomberg news Marty. Thank you so much for joining us. What a morning we we've had so far with the press conference from the attorney general and now some brief comments from President Trump at the White House. What are your initial thoughts? Marty. Well, you know, what's emerging here is I think there will congress. And specifically the Democrats are really going to want to talk to Bob Muller because. He obviously in your port and was still parsing. It still finding out what his findings were he could not get to a place where he could definitively say that Donald Trump committed the crime of obstruction. And I think that's going to satisfy a lot of Democrats and obviously pleased the president of the United States. I think William bar did a masterful job of outlining the legal framework for what he says is a centrally an exoneration. And you know, that word is thrown around clearly, the president did some unorthodox things and some things that, you know, a fair minded person might think we're inappropriate. But ultimately, they were not found to be illegal. So for Donald Trump as he just did to declare game over. I mean in a legal sense. I think the game is over not in a political sense. But an illegal sense right now, we are getting also some statements from President Trump's legal team among them. They say the results of the investigation are total victory for the president to report underscores what we have argued from the very beginning. There was no collusion. There was no obstruction. Is this a total victory for the president mardi Shankar? Well in this situation. There is no total victory for either side it I think it's emerging as a good day for the president. But we have to distinguish between the legal consequences political consequences as we go through this report. The ten incidences of -struction of of that Bob Muller identified are things most of which I've seen so far. We're publicly known. So they the Democrats could still double down on that behavior as being unpresidential. But they face a very difficult decision. The Democrats if they go down this route in the middle well at the beginning of twenty twenty reelection fight of prosecuting. Activities that were not found to be legal rather than promoting their own program for twenty twenty. I think they play right into Donald Trump's hands mardi Shankar is chief content officer for Bloomberg joining us from London. Thank you so much for being with us. I want to know turn to Ken Nowaday who spent nine years as a corruption fraud prosecutor for the US attorney's office in the southern district of New York in Manhattan trying numerous federal crimes, I'm wondering. I can if you can give us your sense. So far of the Muller report. Is there anything that has stood out to you understanding that you have not read the entire multi hundred page document? Is there anything that stood out to you? So far from the headlines where we're learning. I think two things. Number one. Muller? Tune seems to have. Kind of given a roadmap or punted question of obstruction to congress. They lead off on the obstruction section on saying that congress had authority to prohibit a president from using he's Dougherty to subvert Justice. So I think that's headline number one. So even though Muller made the decision he's not going to make an allusion make a prosecutorial conclusion on whether these ten episodes are sufficient to charge the president with Justice. They do headline that whole section with a little punt to congress. That's number one. And number two. There's another statement. I believe in instruction section that Muller concludes it unable to conclude that no criminal conduct heard. So I think that's also very important. And I think with these ten episodes everyone going to look at them, very close. Closely, and there's gonna be a lot of debate about whether that conduct could be obstruction Muller decide to punt on bar has concluded that there is no obstruction based on those ten episodes. And now, it becomes a lot of ways to said on this program a political question. So the political question, I the question will be to what degree do the Democrats want to push this afford in terms of pursuing some of the obstruction issues, but from a legal perspective con is there anything here that potentially from that that is still a potential liability from the president from a legal perspective. Just from the mother report. I think the answer is no not that. You know, the prosecutorial aspect of the Muller investigation. Basically ended today. With the report and ended with bar concluding that it did not amount to obstruction. So the answer is no, however, the everyone knows the ongoing investigations and facts. Cases to the extent there in the report will be redacted in the southern district of New York. I believe there's another one in the eastern district of New York, pending those investigations, of course, are going to continue the investigation into Trump organization and into the inaudible committee will continue con Nowaday, please stay with us out. Today is a partner with vegtable and former prosecutor if the southern district of New York the US attorney's office we want to go right now to Nathan Hager because we are getting more headlines from the Muller report. Nathan a big headline. Just crossed right headline on the Bloomberg terminal. Lisa President Trump engaged in targeted efforts to control the Russia probe that is according to special counsel, Robert Muller in the redacted version of his four hundred forty eight page report on Russian election. Interference Muller's report says the president's act were capable of undue influence over the investigation. But he says those acts were mostly unsuccessful Muller says the president and his campaign advisers privately sought information related to hacked emails that were posted on WikiLeaks as well as any further WikiLeaks releases Roger stone was indicted in that matter the long time adviser to the president in this report, the special counsel is now revealing that President Trump was also involved. In trying to find out more about those hacked e mails in all special counsel Muller says there were at least ten instances where the president may have tried to obstruct Justice. But as we heard earlier from attorney general William bar, he and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein disagreed with Muller's legal theories. Now, the chairman of the House Judiciary committee Jerrold Nadler says he's asked Muller to testify before his committee no later than may twenty third. So clearly this matter is not over though, the president's legal team says it is clear there was no criminal wrongdoing. They are calling the results of special counsel Robert Muller's investigation, a total victory for President Trump more as we get it back to you. Lisa and Paul thank you so much Nathan Hager for more on this four hundred forty eight page report, June Grasso, co host of Bloomberg politics policy power and law joins us now June. Well, I think one of the things. That stands out, and we have here. President Trump's responses to Robert Muller's written questions and remember that he refused to sit down for an interview. And that phrase that we've heard so often no recollection President Trump has no recollection of possible Russian support. No recollection of learning about the Trump Tower meeting. So that says a lot right there. And that is going to cause I think people to ask questions that Brock Muller was not able to ask of the president. Also, if you look through the report as I'm beginning to look at volume two, which is the obstruction of the of the FBI investigation at cetera. You do find a lot of reductions where it says harm to ongoing matter in the middle of a phrase, so just for example. So that people can get an idea. It says Trump publicly expressed skepticism that Russia was responsible for the hacks at the same time that he and other campaign officials privately sought information harm to on. Ongoing matter black doubt about any further plan WikiLeaks releases. So there are a lot of questions here. And there are a lot of evidence of things that we actually heard into public that people said why is he saying this? Why is he doing this? Why is he asking for the special excuse me? Why is he asking for Jeff Sessions to step down? And they're they're all in this report. And I think there is still a lot of questions here that that people are going to look at this and say, well, what is it going to answer the questions that people have I'm not so sure it will con- nowadays. When it bring you back. You mentioned in your previous comments that the criminal investigations are still ongoing. Give us your sense of what the status is of those investigations right now. You know, I have no inside baseball on it. But. There. Forgive New York has been reported is looking into whether they was campaign finance violations and weather four nationals head illegally. Donated to inaugural committee. I believe cranberries peanuts have gone out. And you're actively investigating that particular aspect of of the inaugural committee. Also, there are investigations at least by the New York attorney general's office. And I think also southern district of New York relating to the Trump organization and their financing and how they operate in. Whether there was any illegal activity with the Trump organization one thing that I'm wondering we sort of conflict, the idea of collusion as well as obstruction almost in tandem, but they're kind of different right? I mean in terms of what importance there is. And so far. What are you focused on with respect to the collusion aspect? I mean, in other words has that been completely dismissed in your mind based on what you've learned? I think both. Well, I think both aspects are going to of the Muller's investigation to collusion and the obstruction. You're absolutely right are related because he obstruction comes up as a crime of trying to interfere with the collusion investigation. Right. And I think the reports to raise a lot more questions on both sides of the equation, whether on the conclusion side or the or the suction side on clues inside attorney general bar said earlier today that. There was in fact hacking by the Russians, however, and it was dissemination by people involved with Trump campaign campaign. However, their dissemination is illegal because they weren't involved with the hacking. I think that does raises some questions, and I think, you know, people in the world and prosecutorial world are going to be really focused on that. And on that conclusion so conscious as well one last question as a former prosecutor, how would you grade Mr. Muller and his investigation in this report not been able to read all the reports chitchat gen Y performance. I think Muller had..
"paul nathan" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"And like literally like a month ago and i want to get back into the dating but i also don't know what the appropriate amount tom is too late because i'm more concerned about not hurting her feelings as much as it is about me grieving so how long do you have to weigh following a really long relationship for you actually show up in public with another versus lucas great question here's my answer at least a year but that doesn't mean that you don't have the date for year that just means don't you up public with someone who's like your new girlfriend all right i would say keep all this shit on the down low you don't need to be getting in a relationship or a relationship where you're bringing this person out right away enjoy being single get out there have fun it sounds like you did the breaking up here so you gotta be respectful of it i would say give it a a year eight months before he can bring somebody out if she brings somebody out great you're in it you can do it but right now lay low be cash and i think the number one way to be cashing the dating world is don't bring this person out to meet your friends right away don't fall in love again for at least six eight months let just change it from a year to eight to fix you have a very wide you know birth there you can jump in an eight point mate paul nathan kansas city love the podcast level in huge in jason anyway i'm a father of two and we are liking our third child and my question for you is i have choo youthful daughters who i love and are amazing but i have this weird you know healing that i really want this next one to be a boy and i kinda start to feel guilty about it you know i should just you know hope for it healthy happy child but i wanna know is it okay to you know want to have a voice just like an experience that father son relationship or.