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Fresh update on "president vladimir zelensky" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:12 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president vladimir zelensky" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"Is next to Shanghai, they also say they're including an offices and some markets in terms of these venues that people can enter when I was showing PCR tests. And now a lot of easy measures are spreading across China to Wuhan, which is the side of apple's biggest factory in China. And then also in Guangdong in July, you have authorities telling people, don't even bother taking COVID tests unless you think you have the disease or you're at risk of exposure. So there's variation between cities on how much the rules are being relaxed. Is it that they're more likely to be relaxed in a city with more economic activity or is there any sort of logic to the variation? Well, you know, it's funny just because here people in Shanghai work, we've been complaining about, hey, why are they relaxing? All these COVID measures in Beijing and Guangzhou and not us. I didn't want to reason why is because in Guangzhou, in full chain of Beijing, there are several thousand thousand cases. And in Shanghai up until recently, we just had a few hundred. So I think there's a realization that Shanghai, they try to sort of nip it in the bud before it grows to the thousands like we're seeing in Beijing in every major cities. But that's a good question just because she tried to hug, they were afraid that it was people that I see what was afraid that they'll be using as a test case, just because the government selling announced a lot of Muslim measures in a city, without any forwarding. Okay, Bloomberg's Alan Juan, thank you so much for joining us with the latest on the easing of COVID restrictions in Shanghai just one of the stories that's moving markets, whatever full update for you, in just a moment. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg daybreak Europe. We recognize China poses a systemic challenge to our values and interests. All the dependency on commodities from authoritarian machines like Russia makes vulnerable. The European Union and the United Kingdom are still members of the same extended family, even if we no longer live in the same house. Bloomberg daybreak Europe on Bloomberg radio. It is 7 30 a.m. in London, good morning to you if you're just joining us, I'm Stephen Carroll. And I'm Lizzie burden. This is Bloomberg daybreak, Europe. We check the markets for you every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg radio. So let's have a look at them. It's half an hour from the start of cash equities, trading here in Europe and the stock Euro stock 600 is down nearly two tenths of a percent. What's really driving the market so far this morning is optimism about the relaxation of China's COVID zero policy as we have been discussing with all in one there. Asian equities are up, the MSCI Asia Pacific index at 1.2% on the mainland the CSI 300 index up nearly 2% and in Hong Kong the hang seng index up 4.3%. Commodities rallying this morning, you're seeing WTI building on last week's 5% gain up over $80 a barrel now. And the dollar down against most of its major counterparts again because of the China story, the Bloomberg dollar spot index down nearly two tenths of a percent, and it's the Aussie dollar that's currently the top performer among G ten currencies today. It is now currently up to ten sorry, nearly four tenths of a percent against the dollar. Those are the markets our top stories this morning, Chinese authorities have eased COVID testing requirements across major cities as Beijing appears to be engineering a gradual shift away from its strict COVID zero policy. Peterson institute for international economic senior fellow Mary lovely says the nation is still playing catch up. It hasn't prepared people for opening. It certainly hasn't taken advantage of this time to do two very important things, which is to get those vaccination rates, especially among the elderly, much higher than they are now. And secondly, increase the capacity of hospitals to deal with what may be a coming surge. That's the view of Mary lovely from the Peterson institute, Goldman Sachs says though its base case is covered zero restrictions staying in place until April. Meanwhile, businesses in the United States are creating jobs at a rapid pace, but the pool of workers they can hire from keeps on shrinking. That's the key takeaway from the November jobs report that was published on Friday, and it's not an encouraging one for the Federal Reserve. Former treasury secretary Lawrence summers thinks the numbers will push up the Central Bank's rate hike path. The labor market is strong and we're still in unprecedented territory in terms of the gap between vacancies and jobs. And I think that what that's got to tell you is that we got a long way to go to get an inflation down where the fed has said that it wants it to be. Larry summers added that a soft landing looked increasingly hard to engineer as the threat of a high interest rate recession looms. OPEC plus is leaving oil output unchanged as it assesses Chinese demand and Russian supply. The news comes after the European Union and G 7 agreed to cap the price of Russian oil at $60 a barrel. But vandana Hari, CEO and founder of van der insights says the main impact will be from European ships refusing to carry Russian crude. Russia's market is shrinking, right? So more than 1 million barrels per day that was still going into the EU on a seaborne basis is now not going to go into that part of the world. So there will be more barrels and a fewer buyers for Russia. So I expect actually the Russian discounts to continue sinking. Moscow, meanwhile, says it won't accept the $60 a barrel price cap and Russia is preparing a workaround. Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky called the agreement a sign of weakness towards Moscow right now, WTI is two thirds of 1% higher trading at $80 and 53 cents rent crude also up by a seminar amount of trading at $86 15. Staying with Ukraine, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said there's no sign Russia's Vladimir Putin wants meaningful talks on a settlement. He spoke to CBS face the nation on Sunday. There's always value in diplomacy if the parties in question and in this case Russia are actually interested meaningful diplomacy. And what we've seen at least recently is exactly the contrary. Unless until Putin demonstrates that he's actually interested in meaningful diplomacy, it's unlikely to go anywhere. Underlining the Secretary of State's message in the past 24 hours Russia delivered ten missiles and 16 air strikes and shelled Ukraine's troops more than 30 times from rocket launch systems. Ukraine's military is warning that signs of a massive Russian attack are being prepared. Those are our top stories this morning coming up next on the program we will get back to our markets conversation will be joined by Norman vellum and his chief investment officer for you BP will be talking to him about those market moves on the back of China easing those COVID restrictions and digging into the detail of Friday's jobs report and what it might mean for the Federal Reserve. Stay

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 Ukraine on edge for more attacks, West eyes humanitarian aid

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 d ago

Ukraine on edge for more attacks, West eyes humanitarian aid

"Ukraine prepared for more Russian strikes after an apparent lull of bombardments on the country's energy infrastructure, Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky warned that Russia will continue to bombard Ukraine as long as they have missiles to do so in the west preparations were stepped up to boost humanitarian aid to Ukraine ahead of expected blistering cold weather, Norway's foreign minister visited the capital Kyiv, calling the situation desperate with citizens facing the grim choice of fleeing or freezing. Russia has pounded energy facilities around Kyiv with a barrage of missile strikes resulting in power outages and halts in water supplies to the city. I am

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Fresh update on "president vladimir zelensky" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:14 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president vladimir zelensky" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"COVID zero restrictions staying in place until April. Businesses in the United States are creating jobs at a rapid pace but the pool of workers they can hire from keep shrinking. That's the key takeaway from the November jobs report that was published on Friday, and it's not an encouraging one for the Federal Reserve. Former treasury secretary Lawrence summers thinks the numbers will push up the Central Bank's hype path. The labor market is strong and we're still in unprecedented territory in terms of the gap between vacancies and jobs. And I think that what that's got to tell you is that we got a long way to go to get an inflation down where the fed has said that it wants it to be. Larry summers added that a soft landing looked increasingly hard to engineer as the threat of a high interest rate recession looms. OPEC plus is leaving oil output unchanged zit assassin's Chinese demand and Russian supply, the news comes after the European Union and G 7 agreed to cap the price of Russian oil at $60 a barrel. CEO and founder of Vander insight says the main impact will be from European ships refusing to carry Russian crude. Russia's market is shrinking, right? So more than 1 million barrels per day that was still going into the EU on a seaborne basis is now not going to go into that part of the world. So there will be more barrels and a fewer buyers for Russia. So I expect actually the Russian discounts to continue sinking. Fantana Harry there speaking to Bloomberg after a few big days for the oil markets. Moscow, meanwhile, says it won't accept the $60 a barrel price cap on the Russia's preparing a workaround. Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky called it a sign of weakness towards Moscow, WTI now trading just over $80 a barrel up by 6 tenths of 1% Brent cruise, half a percent higher, trading at $85 and 97 cents. Staying with Ukraine, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says there are no signs of Russia's Vladimir Putin wanting meaningful talks on a settlement. In the past 24 hours, Russia's delivered ten missiles and 16 air strikes and sheld Ukraine's troops from more than 30 times from rocket launch systems. Okay, so those are our top stories this morning. We'll be getting back to our markets conversation in just a moment. We're going to have Tatiana grill Castro with its senior portfolio manager at musec lots to discuss with her not only, of course, that how the markets are moving on the back of that China story and these contrasting positions as we're hearing earlier from our markets correspondent Chris Gupta as well, but also unpacking what the NFP jobs data from the U.S. means for the Federal Reserve, what it means for the dollars we've seen the dollar arrays more than half of its gains for the year on the Bloomberg dollar spot index, it's down three tenths of 1% this morning heading for its 5th straight day of declines that will be the biggest losing streaks in April of 2021. So lots of discuss with Tatiana coming up stay with us for that market's conversation. This is Bloomberg. Breaking news first. November payrolls rise more than expected. It's an upside surprise on payrolls. Why was the whisper number so wrong? We're still seeing a strong economy for the fed has to do more. Reaction first. From former fed governor Randy krasner. The fed is going to keep at it until the labor market cracks, the labor market has not cracked. And Jeff Rosenberg of BlackRock. The fed may even have to go beyond the 5 and a quarter that Bloomberg economics thinks that we're going to have to go. The news you need

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Bombed, not beaten: Ukraine's capital flips to survival mode

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Bombed, not beaten: Ukraine's capital flips to survival mode

"People across Ukraine are slipping into survival mode as Russia continues its barrage targeting one newly liberated city for particular punishment. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. It's a bomb study. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky calls it the revenge of those who lost. Russia continues to pound curse on the southern city recaptured by Ukrainian forces just two weeks ago, witnesses describe at least 5 killed Thursday, but many more wounded. If you reporters capturing images of survivors drenched in their own blood. Says his house was hit by two shells. His medics carried him to an ambulance with a horrific leg wound, but hospitals incur son have been without power and water. A situation in cities across the country, including the capital Kyiv, with people filling bottles wherever they can, including collecting rainwater from train tights. I'm Ben Thomas.

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Fresh update on "president vladimir zelensky" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president vladimir zelensky" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Lows. Last week he had dinner with anti semites, and now he's calling for an end to America's constitutional democracy. Untruth social Trump posted that he should be reinstated as president and the constitution should be suspended in order to do that. UVA political analyst Larry sabato says Republicans need to step up. Where is the universal condemnation in the Republican Party of what Donald Trump has said? Linda canyon, CBS News. 1135, America's top intelligence chief sees an optimistic springtime for Ukrainian forces defending their country. U.S. Intel chief Avril Haines says that Russia's war in Ukraine is running out of reduced tempo, alluding to past allegations that Russian president Vladimir Putin's advisers could be shielding him from the truth about war developments, Haines says it's not clear that Putin has a full picture at this stage of just how challenged they are, the G 7 and EU nations agreed on a $60 per barrel cap on Russian oil, but Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky called out the sanction measure, saying it wasn't enough, as Russia would still make a $100 billion in revenues per year, Russian authorities have rejected the price cap and threatened to stop supply and nations that endorsed it. I'm Naomi Shannon. Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather. A group of churches and temples settles 100 refugee families in the D.C. area. I'm Luke luker. 1136. I am Steve Cohn, head of communications at capital caring

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Russians refusing to fight in Ukraine flee country, long for home - NBC News

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00:49 sec | Last month

Russians refusing to fight in Ukraine flee country, long for home - NBC News

"Russia claims Ukraine is preparing a provocation involving a radioactive device Defense minister Sergei shoigu made the allegation and phone call Sunday with his counterparts from the U.S. Britain France and turkey The televised address Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky says the allegation can only mean Moscow has already prepared its own escalatory step and he says the international community must make Moscow understand the world will not swallow it Meantime Russian installed officials report building defensive positions in occupied areas of Ukraine and border regions reflecting fears of a Ukrainian attack along new sections of the 620 mile front line while the Ukrainian military claims Russian officers have withdrawn from the area leaving newly mobilized inexperienced forces to defend it I'm Ben Thomas

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Fresh "President Vladimir Zelensky" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "President Vladimir Zelensky" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Dropped to the single digits, and now the front is moving east. Cold coming to the Atlantic coast. Forecasts call for wet weather to gear up across the south, the early part of the week. America's top intelligence chief sees an optimistic springtime for Ukrainian forces. U.S. Intel chief Avril Haines says that Russia's war in Ukraine is running out of reduced tempo, alluding to past allegations that Russian president Vladimir Putin's advisers could be shielding him from the truth about war developments, Haynes says it's not clear that Putin has a full picture at this stage of just how challenged they are, the G 7 and EU nations agreed on a $60 per barrel cap on Russian oil, but Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky called out the sanction measure, saying it wasn't enough, as Russia would still make a $100 billion in revenues per year, Russian authorities have rejected the price cap and threatened to stop supply nations that endorsed it. I'm Naomi Shannon. Coming up neighbors helping Afghan refugees settle into their new homes. 7 36. The following is a paid commercial message. This is bishop Michael burbidge of the Catholic diocese of Arlington. This week marks the beginning of advent that time of personal and communal preparation for the birth of

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:46 min | Last month

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

"Supplies to hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians part of what Ukraine's president alcohol is an expanding Russian campaign to apparently drive the nation into the cold and dark and make peace talks impossible. President Vladimir zelensky said this week nearly one third of Ukraine's power stations have now been destroyed just in the past week causing massive blackouts across the country. This morning, WTO national security correspondent JJ green, with the very latest. A member of Ukraine's parliament messaged me the following four hours of attack now in parliament, singing the national anthem. I asked what kinds of attacks she said missiles. And it's because of these missiles and swarms of drones that Russia has been sending key and more than 1100 towns and villages across Ukraine have been left without power. This is after about ten or 11 days of Russian strikes that have targeted energy facilities across the country. And according to Ukraine's emergency services director, there are 1162 settlements in Denis pro petrovsk, kirov grad, zero to mayor, kharkiv, Donetsk, zapper, Asia, Luhansk, mikolaj, hersan, they're all cut off from electricity in some part. So this is what's been going on. Ukraine is facing a very serious situation that's very much akin to what was taking place in the early days of this war. JJ, we've seen through the course of the war that Ukraine is responded strongly to a number of significant challenges. How is the country responding to what's been happening this week? They're working very hard to try to shoot down as many of these missiles and drones as they can and they're working feverishly. Lobbying western governments to send them weapons that can help them do this better. More modern weapons that can help them do this better. They're repairing these downed or damaged power stations and facilities, but the problem is it takes a while to do that. And in the meantime, Russia continues to send these swarms of drones at them and firing missiles. Russia's objective in this particular situation seems to be a nuisance, but it really does have a very significant impact on the daily lives of Ukrainians. Does it give Russia an upper hand for considerable period of time until Ukraine can find a way to respond. No, but what Russia is doing is biting its time doing the best it can until it can do better. Their objective is twofold. They want to knock out as much energy infrastructure as they possibly can to try to force the country to give in. And two, they want to distract Ukraine's military from the very successful offensive that's forced them out of areas that they had taken over. And so what they're trying to do is to force Ukraine to get back on defense. These drone and missile attacks and key and other places that they have been dealing with absorb a lot of time and energy. But

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Fresh update on "president vladimir zelensky" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president vladimir zelensky" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"The controversial case over whether a Colorado website designer must do work for same sex couples is going before the U.S. Supreme Court tomorrow. Groups on both sides of the issue are already expressing their views. If 63 year old Laurie Smith is allowed not to serve gay couples. Liberal groups warn black people Muslims, Jews, and migrants could also be subject to discrimination. But conservative groups argue if the high court forces Smith to design wedding websites for same sex couples against her religious beliefs, other artists like photographers, writers, and musicians could be forced to do work that violates their faith. This Colorado case going before the conservative majority high court is the second in 5 years, Colorado baker Jack Phillips won a limited decision when he refused to bake a wedding cake for a same sex couple. Jackie Quinn Washington. Now the latest jobs numbers, and how inflation plays in. The Labor Department released better than expected jobs numbers, with the U.S. adding 263,000 jobs. News President Biden says shows that the country is moving in the right direction. Wages for working families. In fact, over the last couple of months have gone up. Up. These wage increases are larger than the increase in inflation during that same period of time. But the wage hike will likely mean interest rates will be higher for longer as the Federal Reserve looks to tamp down inflation. That CBS Skyler Henry. America's top intelligence chief sees an optimistic springtime for Ukrainian forces defending their country. U.S. Intel chief Avril Haines says that Russia's war in Ukraine is running out of reduced tempo, alluding to past allegations that Russian president Vladimir Putin's advisers could be shielding him from the truth about war developments, Haines says it's not clear that Putin has a full picture at this stage of just how challenge they are, the G 7 and EU nations agreed on a $60 per barrel cap on Russian oil, but Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky called out the sanction measure, saying it wasn't enough, as Russia would still make a $100 billion in revenues per year, Russian authorities have rejected the price cap and threatened to stop supply nations that endorsed it. I'm Naomi Shannon

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:17 min | Last month

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World and national news when they can take. All Ukraine's allies are pledging their support quote for as long as it takes despite Russia's ongoing efforts to escalate the war, a group of 7 leaders are pushing that message after meeting virtually today. NATO secretary general Jan Stoltenberg is echoing it from Brussels. Our message is clear. NATO stands with Ukraine for as long as it takes. The insulted burglar chair meeting of NATO defense ministers tomorrow, the alliance holds nuclear deterrence drills next week, Stoltenberg says those were long planned and routine, Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky says there can be no dialog with the current Russian president Vladimir Putin. He says talks could be held with another head of Russia who complies with the UN charter zelensky spoke on telegram after he addressed G 7 leaders remotely. The White House says President Biden is willing to work with Congress on rethinking the U.S. relationship with Saudi Arabia. Senate foreign relations chair bob Menendez is calling for a freeze on Saudi cooperation after OPEC's 2 million barrel a day production cut announcement. We get more from Bloomberg's Joe Matthew in Washington. The Senate is not in session right now and I don't know how much more is going to come from this than messaging, but he does suggest as many have that the Saudis are helping to underwrite Russia's war by maintaining the price of oil. Bloomberg's Joe Matthew, President Biden will host a fundraiser next week for democratic Senate candidate John fetterman, a senior administration official tells CNBC. It'll be held October 20th in Philadelphia. Doctor mehmet Oz, his Republican opponent is gaining ground in recent polls, global news on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries, this is Bloomberg. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology makes innovation happen. The university helped biomedical engineering professor Tara Alvarez launch a startup that may revolutionize vision therapy. Our startup through NG IT is called ocular motor technology. We create virtual reality, vision therapy in a head mounted display. So it's gaming and basically sugarcoating the therapy so that children and young adolescents don't even realize they're doing therapy. To accomplish this, we need biomedical engineers, which are here in on GIT campus, computer scientists, artists, people that are into story development, and then we are collaborating with a lot of the large pediatric medical centers. This idea of a startup culture is extremely important to not just NG IT and the national science foundation, but also to the U.S. as a societal whole. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology. Learn more at NJ IT dot EDU. Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was an academic thing. I came out in the 11th grade. Nobody was embracing you. The kids were cruel. It was very difficult to be gay. Even though all these years have passed, I still had that longing to have my diploma. The hard part was determining that I was going to do it. But I definitely didn't do it alone. At age 30, with the help of her mentor, Carissa finished her high school diploma. I have a mentor, Maria. She convinced me to continue my education and finish what I started to get my diploma

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 Russia unleashes biggest attacks in Ukraine in months

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Russia unleashes biggest attacks in Ukraine in months

"UN General Assembly is debating whether to demand Russia reverse its annexation of four regions of Ukraine as Moscow's most extensive missile strikes in months alarm much of the international community anew on Ben Thomas with the latest Civilians heads bloodied and bandaged could be seen on the streets of the capital Kyiv being tended to by emergency responders who weren't otherwise trying to douse smoldering rubble Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky says Russia's barrage inflicted the most damage on civilians in video images showed a flaming crater right next to a playground Russian president Vladimir Putin said his forces used precision weapons targeting energy infrastructure and military command facilities Estonian prime minister kaya callis offered this assessment Russia is definitely escalating

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Explosions rock multiple Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Explosions rock multiple Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv

"Russia has attacked Ukrainian cities with a barrage of missiles Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky posted video on social media today showing burning cars and damage in the center of the capital of keys The guardian is this They were the first strikes in Kyiv in four months and in emergency services spokesperson tells the AP there are dead and wounded I'm Donna water

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Ukraine's president: Mass grave found near recaptured city

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Ukraine's president: Mass grave found near recaptured city

"Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky has a mass burial site has been found near a northeastern city recaptured this week from Russian forces a site AP journalists have visited I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a dark forest outside izium in northeastern Ukraine wooden crosses Mark hundreds of graves some have numbers on them otherwise unmarked One bears a sign indicating 17 Ukrainian soldiers were buried there The olag Kate Ukraine's commissioner of missing persons since the number may be more like two dozen in that side alone Ukrainian forces have started excavating the sites using metal detectors in case of any explosives The Ukrainian police investigator tells Sky News a pit containing more than 440 bodies was uncovered while the deputy interior minister says evidence of torture chambers have also been found in the recaptured territory President Vladimir zelensky says as in other occupied towns like bucha and mariupol Russia leaves death everywhere in the world must hold it responsible I'm Ben Thomas

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 Ukraine's president: Mass grave found near recaptured city

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Ukraine's president: Mass grave found near recaptured city

"Ukraine's president says a mass burial site has been found in territory reclaimed this week from Russian forces I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In his nightly address president Vladimir zelensky says the mass grave was found in izium in the harkey region He says the process has begun to document the site and produce clear verifiable information It's in a forest outside the city and Associated Press journalists at the site say the grave bore a marker saying it contained the bodies of 17 Ukrainian soldiers It was surrounded by hundreds of individual graves with only crosses to mark them In its remarks zelensky said Russia leads death everywhere and it must be held accountable for it I'm

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High-level talks in Ukraine yield little reported progress

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 months ago

High-level talks in Ukraine yield little reported progress

"Turkey's leader and the UN chief met in Ukraine with president Vladimir zelensky in a high powered bid to ratchet down a wall raging for nearly 6 months But little immediate progress was reported meeting in the western city of lviv far from the front line the leaders discussed prisoner of war exchanges and security at a Russian controlled nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine The leaders talked about arranging for UN atomic energy experts to visit and help secure the zapier nuclear plants UN secretary general Antonio Guterres said the plant must urgently be demilitarized At the mighty endangered physical security of the Louisville plant And the facilities give us not be used as part of any military operation Earlier this summer the UN and turkey broke it in agreement clearing the way for Ukraine to export 22 million tons of corn and other grains stuck in its Black Sea ports since the Russian invasion Guterres hailed the agreement as a success I'm Karen Chammas

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President Zelensky's Pretentious Vogue Cover Shoot

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:40 min | 4 months ago

President Zelensky's Pretentious Vogue Cover Shoot

"Let me change subjects and cut to what I think is the wildest, most insulting story of the week and probably the month. And that is the insane and weird idea for Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky and his wife to pose for Vogue in the middle of a war where tens of thousands of his people have been shot beaten to death, raped and tortured or completely eviscerated by bombs, missiles, and air strikes. And God knows there's going to be some poison shit that's going to happen to pretty soon. Some poison bombs. If it hasn't happened already. But the minute zelensky heard that Vogue wanted him in the wanted him and his wife and the great Annie Leibovitz was going to shoot the pictures who could pass that up. I mean, when Anna wintour, when she calls, you drop everything. Including the welfare of the very people, you were elected to protect. Now, remember, this is the same magazine and the same editor who refused to have Melania Trump on its cover. Even though qualifications as a model are good enough or were good enough and are being the most beautiful First Lady ever who literally lived the American Dream should have counting should have counted for something too. But no, no, let's get this lenski's on the phone. I'm sure the war will be fine. It'll fight itself without them for a few days. What's the worst that could happen? I can give Vogue shit all day.

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 Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100

"Ukraine says the latest target of Russian missiles is a city in the country's southeast I'm Ben Thomas with the latest This time Ukrainian officials say the cruise missiles were fired from Russian strategic bombers over the Caspian Sea They hit a factory in nipro on the dnieper river for missiles were intercepted Air strikes also were reported in kremenchuk another city along the knee south of Kyiv Earlier in the day the southern city of Mikhail was the target firefighters dousing smoking wreckage after at least ten explosions President Vladimir zelensky says universities were hit along with the shipbuilding institute He said since launching its invasion Russia has struck more than 2000 educational institutions from kindergartens to universities

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 Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 5 months ago

Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100

"Ukraine's president is accusing Russia of intentionally aiming missiles at civilians after a strike on a city in central Ukraine killed at least 23 people and wounded more than 100 others including children I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In his nightly video address president Vladimir zelensky repeated his call for Russia to be declared a state sponsor of terrorism Saying no other country in the world allows itself every day to use cruise missiles and rocket artillery to destroy cities in ordinary human lives From about 40 countries met in The Hague to discuss coordinating investigations and prosecutions of potential war crimes committed in Ukraine Ukrainian officials say caliber cruise missiles fired from a Russian ship in the Black Sea damaged a medical clinic offices stores and residential buildings in venetia southwest of the capital Kyiv Zelensky says among those killed was a four year old girl named Liza his mother was badly wounded Russia denies targeting civilians I'm

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Zelenskyy tells G-7 summit Ukraine forces face urgent moment

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Zelenskyy tells G-7 summit Ukraine forces face urgent moment

"The U.S. and other leading economic powers are pledging to support Ukraine for as long as it takes in the war with Russia Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky worries the west's commitment is waning as the war adds to soaring costs worldwide G 7 leaders meeting in Germany told zelensky on a video link they remain committed to more financial pressure on Moscow and more military aid for a key White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says zelensky asked for more air defense systems while laying out how he sees the war progressing in Sullivan's words Ukraine wants to push the pace as opposed to letting things just drag out indefinitely A senior French diplomat says zelensky's goal is to end the war as soon as possible with Ukraine than in the best possible situation to negotiate with Russia Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden's mission in Europe: Shore up alliance against Russia

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Biden's mission in Europe: Shore up alliance against Russia

"President Biden is headed to Europe I'm Ben Thomas with details The president is looking to sustain the global alliance that's punishing Russia for its invasion of Ukraine Biden's first stop is the meeting of the group of 7 leading economic powers in the Bavarian Alps of Germany following that he's onto Madrid for a NATO summit Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky is set to address both by video The trip comes as the four month old war shows no signs of abating and the aftershocks to global food and energy supplies deepen U.S. and European officials note the resulting inflation is posing political headaches for the leaders at home and growing challenge to western resolve Ben Thomas Washington

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Nicaragua gives permission for Russian troops to enter country

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Nicaragua gives permission for Russian troops to enter country

"Ukraine's president has said that Ukrainian forces are defying expectations by preventing Russian troops from overrunning eastern Ukraine In his nightly video address president Vladimir zelensky said he was proud of the Ukrainian defenders that are managing to hold off Russian troops in the eastern Donbass region Do you remember how Russia hoped to capture the entire Donbass by early May It's now the a 108th day of the war It's June already in Donbass is still holding on After failing to capture the capital Kyiv early on in the war the Russians focused on capturing the parts of the donbas region that were still under Ukrainian control however the move proved to be more challenging than expected and has turned into a long laborious battle

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Why Is Everyone Going to Ukraine Except Joe Biden?

The Trish Regan Show

01:34 min | 7 months ago

Why Is Everyone Going to Ukraine Except Joe Biden?

"Let's turn to another story. I want to know why everyone's going to Ukraine, but the president. I mean, they've all been there, right? Blinken, Angelina Jolie, even Nancy Pelosi. She braved the trip. Let me share with you per the AP, Pelosi, who is second in line to the presidency after the vice president just became the most senior American lawmaker to visit Ukraine since Russia's war began more than two months ago. Pelosi and the half dozen U.S. lawmakers with her met with Ukrainian president, Vladimir zelensky, and his top aides for three hours on Saturday to show and voice their support. Well, good for her. You know what? I rarely say this. You know, about Nancy Pelosi because I generally am not a tremendous fan, but good for her for going. That took courage and I'm sure, especially at her age, and I say age with no age bias here, but it is just a reality, right? Because as you get older, it gets harder. So at her age, she went over there. She risked her life. She went there and did that. And they were able to protect her as they were blinken as they were Austin. So what about the president? What about the vice president? Why aren't we sending anybody that's higher up like that? I think at some point he's going to have to go and I just wonder why that's being put off. I don't know the answer to that. I mean, there's speculation. Of course, you know, about how he's doing, given his own age, but there's probably also some concerns, some security concerns that may be quite real. So I just throw that out there and think about this. Nancy Pelosi went for the president still has not gone.

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What Is the Poisition of a Trump Supporter on Russia & Ukraine?

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 7 months ago

What Is the Poisition of a Trump Supporter on Russia & Ukraine?

"So what is the position of a Trump supporter when it comes to Russia and Ukraine I said a Trump supporter not a Rand Paul supporter Not a J D Vance supporter A Trump supporter General Keith Kellogg who you've known you've seen him on life liberty and Levin and other programs And Fred flights Fred flights who served in the National Security Council under president Trump former CIA solid as a rock They penned a piece that is they wrote a piece and they said the following As former Trump administration national security officials who deeply believe in an America first approach to U.S. national security policy we've been on television almost every day discussing Russian president Vladimir Putin's brutal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine You can see how distinct this is From Rand Paul and JD Vance we have stated with urgency that the U.S. must support Ukraine with all the weaponry it needs to defend itself against Russia's completely unjustifiable invasion We have saluted the bold and heroic leadership of Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky We have also repeatedly denounced Moscow's criticism of the zelensky as well as Putin's nonsensical claim that Russia invaded to fight Nazis Some have recently misrepresented the American first movement concerning the war in Ukraine and Putin For example in a Sunday Wall Street Journal op-ed Jeffrey Scott Shapiro alleged that the movement has taken a dangerous turn Claiming lead American firsters are parroting the Kremlin's narrative on the war in Ukraine And mistaken Putin for a strong nationalist leader like president Donald J Trump This is pure nonsense

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Who Is 'Putin's Playbook' Author Rebekah Koffler?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 8 months ago

Who Is 'Putin's Playbook' Author Rebekah Koffler?

"Let's talk to our very special America first, one on one guest in studio Rebecca coughler. Welcome back. Thank you very much. Such a pleasure to be here with you and your America first American patriots. Thank you kindly with so glad to have you here because you have a new book that you have written the forward to. It is, where's my main camera? It is zelensky, the first major profile of Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky, the unlikely Ukrainian hero who defied Putin and united the world written by Andrew urban and Chris McLeod and with your forward before we jump into the book which full disclosure is from my publishers the great regret and I didn't even know about it, but I'm glad it has appeared today being launched today. For those who missed your prior appearances on the show, walk us through your credentials, your work with the CIA, the DIA, and your expertise on Russia. Just give us a summary of your bio Rebecca. Sure. I served as a cine intelligence officer for Russian doctrine and strategy in the defense intelligence agency, which is the military counterpart to CIA. We provide support to our war fighters. And consequently, also to our commander in chief, who is in charge of our armed forces, I also worked with the central intelligence agencies national contestant service on the Russian target. So anything from Putin, his mindset, his goals. The national clandestine service, that's the renaming of the DO, the director of operations. So these aren't just the analysts, these are the actual offices who are doing operations overseas. 100% true. And I was proud to serve with these episodes that the most dedicated the most fearless and they are the ones who don't politicize intelligence that just want to do the mission and protect American people from foreign threats.

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ukraine as its invasion continues President Vladimir zelensky says Moscow is focused on conquering the eastern Donbass region Russian troops began the battle for the dome bus for which they have been preparing for a long time A significant part of the entire Russian army is now concentrated on this offensive Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky says his nation will continue to defend the region and U.S. president Joe Biden will hold a call with key allies today to discuss the war Well meantime Karen the U.S. is expected to participate a group of 20 meetings this week even if Russia attends treasury secretary Janet Yellen had previously said the U.S. made boycott some meetings should Russia participate But a senior treasury official says Yellen does not want Russia to stop the U.S. and allies from the work it needs to do at the G 20 Well it made the fallout from the war Nathan World Bank chief economist kerman Reinhardt tells Bloomberg gets cutting its 2022 economic outlook Will it be cut again Certainly wouldn't rule it out but the point I'm making is we are living a period of exceptional uncertainty World Bank chief economist Carmen Reinhart says it's lowering estimates for global growth from 4.1% in January to 3.2% Back in the U.S. new guidance on masks from the nation's biggest airlines and ride sharing giant Uber Let's get the details live from Bloomberg's journey to young We need a good morning Good morning Nathan Most major airlines are dropping mask mandates on domestic and some international flights It comes after a U.S. judge overturned to federal mask mandate for passengers So the 5 largest U.S. carriers say the use of masks will be optional for both passengers and staff And just this morning ride share giant Uber says it will no longer require drivers or riders to wear masks in the U.S. but if you feel uncomfortable Uber says you can cancel a ride and asks writers and drivers to be respectful of people prefer wearing a mask Live in New York I'm ranita young Bloomberg day break Thank you And tech giant Netflix reporting earnings today analysts will look at how a recent price increase in suspension is service in Russia impacts first quarter results We did watch earnings from Johnson & Johnson crossed the Bloomberg first quarter profit beating analyst estimates but it lowered its outlook for the year and said it's suspending its COVID-19 vaccine sales guidance That's the 5 things you need to know to start your day brought to you by interactive brokers and this is Bloomberg Thank you Karen 6 33 on Wall Street 40° in Central Park and we've got big delays on the GWB details coming up in traffic first Michael.

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AP: Russia Launches Fight for Industrial Heartland, Ukraine Says

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 8 months ago

AP: Russia Launches Fight for Industrial Heartland, Ukraine Says

"Associated depressed Russia launched its long third full scale offensive to take control of Ukraine's east Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky announced Now we can already state that the Russian troops have begun the battle for the Donbass Significant part of the entire Russian army is now concentrated on this offensive General Keane indicated on life liberty and Levin last night that 75% of the Russian military is now present in this battle That's a lot The Donbass is Ukraine's mostly Russian speaking industrial heartland in the east where Moscow backed separatists have been fighting Ukrainian forces for the past 8 years since 2014 and have declared two independent republics that have been recognized by Russia This is another hitlerian tactic Oh they speak German and they want their independence Therefore I will recognize it The sedate land Recent weeks the Kremlin declared the capture of the Donbass its main goal of the war after its attempt to storm Kyiv failed You have to withdrawing from the capitol began regrouping and reinforcing its ground troops in the east for what could be a climactic battle No matter how many Russian troops are driven there we will fight zelensky vowed We will defend ourselves We will do it every day

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

"Hammer down three 28 The S&P down 58 And Tiger Woods looks to make a heck of a comeback at the masters That would be at 5 o'clock This is CBS News on the hour Presented by indeed dot com I'm a piper in New York a blistering address at the United Nations from Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky Anyone who has given criminal orders and carried out them by killing our people will be brought before the tribe but you know Via interpreter he challenged the UN to act immediately or dissolve yourself altogether U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield on the photos of civilian dead bodies in this city of bucha As we work to independently confirm the events depicted in these images I would remind this council that based on the currently available information the United States has assessed that members of Russia's forces have committed war crimes in Ukraine White House press secretary Jen Psaki on new sanctions against Russia that the U.S. will impose along with other NATO countries tomorrow This will include a ban on all new investment in Russian increased sanctions on financial institutions and state owned enterprises in Russia and sanctions on Russian government officials and their family members CBS News has learned that The White House will also tomorrow announce an extension of the federal student loan payment pause the move would delay repayment until August 31st CBS News business analyst Jill schlesinger You want to check out your payment options while this is very strong labor.

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

"In order to reconstitute their own forces Solidify their supply lines And start to move troops down to the south and the joint forces operation where the Ukrainian army is in real danger of being encircled by the Russians if they can really move with mass and with force down there Politico defense reporter Paul mccleary talking there with Michelle and Dimitri You are listening to 103.5 FM at WTO P dot com We are at a critical juncture Climate inequity is systemically decreasing the lifespans of communities of color and the EPA is doing nothing to stop it This ends now My name is the theme Meyer and I'm an activist for climate justice With your help we will be the generation to dismantle environmental racism Text climate to three 8 three 8 three to learn more This is WTO P news Double DTP at one 35 good morning Welcome in CBS News special report Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky says Russia is committing genocide in the town of bucha where civilians lay dead in the street CBS Deborah patta is in Kyiv Ukraine's military has released a video of what they're calling a basement torture chamber where a line of people are crouched facing a wall their hands tied They were shot first and their legs and then with a bullet in the head U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan The images that we see are tragic they're shocking but unfortunately they're not surprising We released information even before Russia's invasion showing that Russia would engage in acts of brutality.

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:59 min | 8 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From the state courts The state didn't defend the governor's order To the Supreme Court The justices unanimously reversed rulings by the 9th and tenth circuits June grosso delivers your legal intelligence So why did the appellate division dismiss the complaints Bloomberg law President Biden's vaccine mandates are facing problems in the courts On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com This is a special report the Russian invasion of Ukraine Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky says the Russian invasion of his country amounts to genocide speaking through a translator on CBS's face the nation the Ukrainian leader called it the extermination of his people He added that any military officials involved in the invasion should be punished for war crimes alongside Russian president Vladimir Putin when asked if he could negotiate with Putin zelensky said that on a personal level he could not However as president he had to for the sake of his country Russia's top negotiator is dismissing talk of a meeting between Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian president zelensky as premature in a telegram post Vladimir medinsky said Russia and Ukraine remain far apart on the issues of Crimea and two breakaway territories in the Donbass region of Ukraine negotiators are expected to meet again Monday for more discussions via teleconference This has been a special report that Russian invasion of Ukraine I'm Chris coraggio And I'm Doug prisoner Bloomberg world headquarters in New York Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets China's virus situation is worsening and the lockdown of the financial shub Shanghai has intensified given a new surge in virus cases and reports of new sub strains of the omicron variant emerging Now Tesla Shanghai factory will remain closed through Monday production at this plant has been suspended intermittently since mid March meantime a Chinese company CSPC pharmaceutical saying today it has received approval to begin clinical trials of a COVID-19 vaccine based on mRNA technology and local media also reporting another domestic company stem mirna Therapeutics has applied to begin a similar clinical trial Meantime a worsening virus outlook in China is weighing on oil prices WTI is now trading at $99 a barrel We're down about three tenths of 1% Earlier members of the international energy agency joined the U.S. in releasing crude from their strategic reserves Also a factor in trading in the oil market state media in Iran saying the country is close to reaching an agreement with the U.S. over restoring the 2015 nuclear accord that would obviously lift sanctions on Iranian oil exports However U.S. authorities were downplaying that report And U.S. airlines are restoring service after bad weather and staffing issues contributed to more than 3500 weekend flight cancellations We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg Mainland markets in China and markets in Taiwan are closed for the holiday right now in Hong Kong the hang seng is higher by 1% in Tokyo the nikkei weaker by a tenth of 1% the Cosby is higher by three tenths of 1% and in Sydney the ASX 200 is ahead nearly four tenths of 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio Over here each and every week at this time Tapping into our Bloomberg intelligence animals covering some 2000 companies in 130 industries worldwide Paul Sweeney Alex Steele is off today All right inflation it's not just the U.S. folks It is everywhere including the UK They're filling it at the supermarket just as much as we are I'm joined by Bloomberg intelligence senior retail analyst Charles Allen Josh just give us a backdrop 30,000 foot level inflation the UK just give us your thoughts Well it's broad based and as you've alluded to it's pretty global I mean we've got obviously energy So the rise in the oil price feeds through into gas prices diesel prices And also tangentially into the utility prices which are rising very very sharply in the UK We've also got food prices going up something that's probably been accelerated by the war in Ukraine What are we seeing from you've been covering these retailers for decades I'm trying to get a sense of how much they're going to be able to pass along versus how much it's going to hit their margin as we think about some of those retailers I think that generally speaking I mean when you've got a price price that's going to affect everyone pretty much equally it will get passed along Whether consumers will pay for the same products at the same price as a different matter And I think this is where the differentiation for retailers is going to show up Those who have got stronger owned brand strategies those who can help consumers to save money out of their weekly shopping Bill So just give us a lay of the land of the UK How does that shape up from a competitive standpoint Who do you think might be net beneficiary versus maybe a net loser here Well I think we're already seeing this is we've got the German discount companies Aldi and little which you have in the U.S. as well Who are clearly gaining market share on some figures from Cantor today the two combined have got to 15% market share which is a record high level for them but for them And I think what we're seeing is that the more established supermarkets sales to a lesser extent Tesco are all finding it difficult to maintain the same level of sales that they had historically How about just give us a sense of how digital sales are in the retail space in the UK versus the U.S. I mean people they bought by a lot more things online today than they did more than two years ago including groceries What's the lay of the land in the UK Yeah I mean on digital I mean I think we've got a position where compared to the pre-pandemic level It's much higher in grocery it's around 12% of the sales at the moment But at the height of the pandemic it has got about 16 or 17% So it's fallen back from the peak levels that it had been at And essentially we've got every retailer every supermarket in the UK involved in digital to a greater or lesser extent So we talk about inflation we're feeling it all over as you mentioned and obviously in the food space But also in energy gasoline diesel that kind of thing And when that bill goes up that is really felt in consumers pocketbooks Are you seeing that in the UK How long is expected to be elevated and how does that play out in consumer spending Well in a very in the short term which I mean it's quite a few months I mean spending on motor fuel is an absolute necessity people have to get to work at the moment they're probably using cars more than they did pre-pandemic as public transport use is still restricted So this is a big build that is eating into other spending I think in the UK more importantly is the utility bills which are going to go up more than 50% probably And that's going to be really painful Is that because the UK imports most of their energy Partly and it's partly just to do with the structure of the market and the way it's been also the fact that there is not as much storage facilities for gas as they used to be But I mean I think that we have definitely going to see some people having to choose between heating homes and the eating I mean this is already appearing But unfortunately the summer is coming up So that would be less need to spend quite so much on utilities but there is definitely going to be a squeeze And I mean obviously supermarkets will fill it to an extent but it seems it's more likely that it will fall into other into more discretionary areas of spending Probably the ones which have boomed over the pandemic So people bought a lot of durable goods and TVs new furniture new gardens over that period And that's an area which is probably going to be easier to cut back Charles Allen thank you so much for joining us Charles Allen Bloomberg intelligence senior retail analyst Coming up in.

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:37 min | 9 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KOMO

"On Ukraine now at 6 30 President Vladimir zelensky calling on the world's population to peacefully show their support for Ukraine one month into the Russian invasion Ask you to stand against the war starting from March 24th exactly one month after the Russian invasion From this day and after them so you're standing Zelensky calls it Russia's war on freedom This is only the beginning for Russia on the Ukrainian land Russia is trying to defeat the freedom of all people in Europe of all the people in the world It tries to show that only crude and cruel force matters The UN Security Council voted down a Russian resolution calling for humanitarian aid to Ukraine but it didn't mention that the invasion started the crisis President Biden is in Brussels for an emergency made of NATO summit it is expected to conclude with new sanctions against Russia Daria albuterol ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station Northwest news radio Good evening 6 31 downtown Seattle temperature now 51° I'm Rick fancied with Alisa jaffe and here's what's happening Emotions ran high as people told Tacoma city leaders that they live in fear and their businesses are suffering because of an explosion of violent crime more from Ryan Harris Michael Johnson whose family has had a south Tacoma business for four decades credits the new police chief for talking to people in tough neighborhoods but he tells the council South Dakota is a hellhole It is Dodge city It is open season on the business owners and on the citizens down there We can't get anybody to help us People are leaving They are packing up Mayor Victoria woodards says people in the city of destiny shouldn't have to be afraid to live and work And the city of destiny should live up to its name It's absolutely not So know that we know that but know that we are also working hard we'll talk to you we'll be there for you open to any idea you have that will help us solve this problem What it's also promised that the new police chief would lay out his long-term strategy for tackling the violence at a meeting next month Ryan Harris northwest news radio What can a small city do with one and a half $1 million Well John lobert ini went to carnation in eastern King County and here's what he found This is the top damn warning siren It's just a test but it goes off every Wednesday Floods a lot here but Andrew Stevens emergency manager at eastside fire and rescue says there's more Earthquakes floods landslides wildfires winter storms even the catastrophic dam failure That's where Congress and the city of 2200 people come together Congresswoman Susan del bene secured a 1 million 5 for a new emergency operations and community center Members of Congress have been able to advocate for spending for a specific project to help our communities The community center will double as a city council chamber Right now meetings are held outside city manager on a Cortez Unfortunately our council meetings are Tuesday evenings You will be very cold and dark City leaders were all smiles about the project and the big warm 4500 ft² symbol of progress John lover team northwest news radio Microsoft is expanding its cybersecurity training program around the world details from Jeff bodalla Microsoft launched the program in the U.S. last year and has partnered with community colleges across the nation Now according to geek wire the program will be available in 23 other countries Cybersecurity challenges are compounded by a workforce shortage They're simply aren't enough people with the cybersecurity skills needed to fill open jobs The company said in a post Microsoft estimates there will be 3.5 million job openings in cybersecurity by 2025 Jeff pojo and northwest news radio Northwest news time 6 34 and let's get a look at our traffic conditions now from the dubin law group traffic center near Stamford Well good evening seeing a lot of slowing especially northbound 5 heading through the Edmonds area all the way into the linwood area easing up just about Markle like southbound 5 coming into downtown Seattle as you tap in the bricks from north gateway all the way through downtown Using up just to be for the duwamish waterway sat down four O 5 through Bellevue very heavy from downtown Bellevue all the way to 30 street in rent and area seeing some slower go traffic through Federal Way as well southbound 5 from enchanted partway to the port of Tacoma road south on one 6 7 as you Tampa in the breaks from Ellington road and algona to highway four ten in Sumner If you have a crash in auburn sat down on the west valley highway at 15th street north and that's causing some slowing from 22nd street northwest This report is sponsored by Amtrak at back to visiting new and exciting places across the U.S. on Amtrak it isn't just about the destination it's about the journey with no middle seats extra leg room and even private rooms but now at Amtrak dot com Our next door was traffic at 6 44 As far as weather goes from Shannon O'Donnell at como four this is the latest we have from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center Well hi there in good Wednesday night everybody still some heavy overcast out there with some lingering rain at times particularly in the puget sound convergence zone around Everett Edmunds and shoreline That'll take several hours to die on off So if anyone gets wet that is going to be the lingering spot for rain that's the best bet here Over the several hours Lows down into the 40s highs on Thursday back into the mid to the upper 50s a lot of thick overcast on Thursday a few sun breaks out there too but for the most part drying out In the coming four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell Temperature now 52 in our northwest news.

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Investigation into the China eastern crash and there is still no trace of the black box that banks has got details it yeah the mysteries continue Paul investigators are now saying that the fatal dive had the jet traveling almost the speed of sound moments before it slammed into the hillside That may complicate the task of course of finding the cause as the plane disintegrated on impact and could cause irreparable damage to the cockpit recorder and the black box Meanwhile NATO is readying further sanctions on Russia This is a national security adviser Jake Sullivan says president Joe Biden will travel to Europe The president is traveling to Europe to ensure we stay united to cement our collective resolve To send a powerful message that we are prepared and committed to this for as long as it takes And reportedly the Biden administration is preparing sanctions on most members of Russia's state Duma It's lower house of parliament On Thursday the president expected to announce sanctions on more than 300 members of the Duma They'll be coordinated with the EU And Ukraine president Vladimir zelensky his spokesman says that he will take part in a video this week special NATO summit to discuss the Russian invasion Meanwhile Ukraine is saying it is ready to widen talks with Vladimir Putin including Crimea and Donbass but adviser to president zelensky Alexander ran a jansky in an exclusive interview says there with Bloomberg says there are red lines to any talks Anything that concerns our sovereignty or territorial integrity that's never going to be discussed Now as far as divine intervention as you say that's good We have to give peace a chance Meanwhile the full Russian assault on miracle continues They're saying that they're about 100,000 people left in Mira pool under attack Russia's end to Japan peace talks after Japan announced the sanctions on Russia Supreme Court nominee catan J Brown Jackson today says she supports law enforcement fully and has members of police and her family She also says that her decisions though will be based on constitutional law I believe that judges are not policymakers that we have a constitutional duty to decide only cases and controversies that are presented before us and within that framework as she says also based on law She feels roe V wade abortion law has already been settled in court China endeavoring to build more than 60 makeshift hospitals to tackle COVID national health commission says each province should build at least two to three makeshift hospitals in quick fashion China's COVID zero policy requires anybody infected to be admitted to the hospital and reports out of a Shanghai that there is a new surge there that they're dealing with in the country And president Xi's health czar says China should stick to its strict COVID zero strategy despite anything that Hong Kong does And New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern says that New Zealand needs to be prepared for future COVID variants that they're just not going to go away In San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg Doug all right Ed thank you Dan Schwartzman's with us for a look at global sports.

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In a sense of your world I agree with the troops I'm Richard Jordan Fox News as many as 45 Ukrainian soldiers were reportedly killed when Russian missiles hit an army barracks in southern Ukraine President Vladimir zelensky asking for peace talks saying the time has come to talk meanwhile Russian forces are on the verge of taking a port city under siege The streets of Mario Paul are now a combat zone as Russian forces move deeper into the port city Ukrainians are putting up a bitter fight but leaders admit it could fall in a matter of days New satellite images from mariupol show a theater that was being used as a shelter now reduced to rubble At least 7 people were killed by a mortar strike in a suburb east of Kyiv There are now growing concerns about the safety of surrogate babies stranded in the capital city volunteers are caring for 19 infants at a makeshift nursery underground Fox's Jonathan hunt in lviv Ukraine Saturday Russia said it used a new type of missile in western Ukraine For the first time they have used a hypersonic missile and used it in this war Ukrainian sources confirmed that it struck down air in the western part of the country It's called the kings all missile It is launched from an aircraft that can hit Mach ten evade air defenses and it is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead Russians claim they hit weapons storage Ukrainians confirmed that a weapon storage facility south of lviv That's very near event of Francois You might remember the name of vinyl Francois because an airstrip there has been hit now twice Fox's Mike Tobin One person is dead and several others are hurt in a shooting at a parking lot car show in Dumas Arkansas Police say as many as ten victims including children were hit a suspect is reportedly in custody America's listening to Fox News Do you know someone with a gambling problem They look just like anyone else.

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"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:48 min | 9 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"120 countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update this is a special report the Russian invasion of Ukraine China is not showing its cards on whether to align with Russia during the ongoing invasion with Ukraine White House press secretary Jen Psaki said China must decide which side it's going to stand with That followed a nearly two hour call between President Biden and Chinese president Xi and Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky is working to provide assistance for displace Ukrainians In a video message zelensky reports Ukraine's ministries are in the process of developing a program to help those fleeing or have lost their homes in the war The program will help people find jobs where they're located with providing housing and support Zelensky added quote at a minimum they will receive reimbursement of their utility expenses related to housing the resettled people Biden warns she about implications and consequences of Chinese assistance to Russia I'm Jim Forbes You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol massar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steinbeck from Bloomberg radio When they started this 20 some odd teams now we have thousands of thousands all around the world First has given me the opportunity to become better and better into never stop dreaming It is way more than a club Teaching you the skills of life Yes Technology respect the work It is more than robots That's a new documentary that last week premiered at south by Southwest it is now streaming exclusively on Disney+ It's called more than robots It follows four teams of teenagers from around the world as they get ready for the 2020 first robotics competition Dean kamen is the founder of first which stands for inspiration and recognition of science and technology and he's been on a years long mission to spark interest in achievement in stem education Yeah he's been doing this for a long time We always remind everyone too that he's the inventor of the Segway He holds a variety of patents many many patents In fact his focus though now really has continued to be expanding the reach of first robotics competitions and the minds of young people I've got 3700 corporate sponsors committed to helping first become a reality in every school in the country I have 200,000 volunteer technology people now as mentors working with these teams we have tens of thousands of teams and it's almost exclusively a volunteer organization It's driven mostly by passion by smart parents smart teachers smart industry leaders smart government leaders that recognize unless you give kids a shot at understanding what really will be their future if they embrace technology and develop that muscle hanging between their ears This world is going to be a great place but if anything I think first is now becoming more accepted because 30 years ago I told everybody you can all try to solve the problem we don't have claiming that our educational systems are lacking And instead why don't you go after the real problem in a free society where you get the best of what you celebrate 30 years ago and even still to this day all the heroes particularly to young women particularly to minority kids all their role models and heroes come from the NBA the NFL Hollywood Motown they don't see young adults successfully pushing ahead in careers in science technology engineering mathematics inventing and it's not that those things really are not every bit as fun as accessible as bouncing a ball It's just we have a culture that made sports superstars crowd out everything else but a sportswear all I did was very simple You steal a good idea that works I said let's turn science technology and engineering into a sport And then we'll attract all the kids that already love sports They love the competition They love the excitement but let's let them develop that muscle hanging between their ears It'll be the only sport where every kid on everything can turn pro Right There are millions and millions of jobs out there In the technical fields Dean take us back to your childhood though and talk to us about how you were inspired at an early age And how you see that not happening today I mean what did you have access to in your childhood that you want to recreate for children today As a kid my parents didn't mind that I did a lot of take read I took off to their basement I started building things I bought both meters and oscilloscopes and played it Were you taking it apart appliances on your parents Yeah I did all of that stuff But I got as a teenager I started making money doing technology for people And I realized that most kids don't see the power of that And I also realized my mom is a teacher And I realized just the way school work goes you're intimidated in a classroom learning equations And if you don't get them right you get a red mark Where is that same teacher becomes the coach after school And if you didn't hit that ball or you didn't get that basket just this teacher that's required to be judgmental in the classroom becomes this coach That's so nurturing that helps you after school And I said no one the kids love sports No wonder they're intimidated by science and physics and that Come on Let's get those teachers The opportunity to coach a team that's using all the things that we claim a valuable about other sports that's using teamwork and exciting stuff to give kids the skill sets they need to build a future I want to talk a little bit about where we are as a society and trying to really understand how we can get more kids into stem And what we need to do as a country in order to do that And I want you to draw parallels between again how you were able to get inspired and lead the life that you have and how you can in turn see that happening with kids today I just have to say the world has changed so much And I wonder if we have the educational infrastructure in place today Four kids to thrive like they did In the 1960s So I believe we have the educational infrastructure Everybody I know has a teacher that they think changed their lives We've got the best systems in the world We spend more per CAPiTA on education than anybody in the world That's the whole point at first was it's not an education crisis It's a culture crisis It's not what we don't have enough of It's what we have too much in a rich culture and a rich society We've been able to turn leisure time into a phenomenon We've turned sports into something bigger than life itself And it's crowded out to kids the idea that they can excel at something else They can become superstars in some other way and the entire premise of first Look at our name For inspiration and recognition of science and technology kids will always do better at something if they're inspired to work hard at it That's why the U.S. is still leads the world in sports and in entertainment and Hollywood and the NBA So we just said let's take that model and create a sport that will be available to all kids Again particularly women in minorities in the United States that are so subtly but effectively convinced by the time they're even in middle school that science technology and engineering is difficult It's frustrating It's boring It's only for the gifted view And ironically it's where all the big jobs are going Well so these kids have to get into it early You took me exactly where I want to go Tim and I were part of a Bloomberg live event It was all about work shifting and just how things.

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01:37 min | 9 months ago

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"Story we're following for you today new Russian air strikes in Ukraine targeting civilian areas CBS News special report Explosions overnight in Ukraine's capital as Russia air strikes target apartment buildings Again in Kyiv in the southern city of Mario Russian bombs hit a theater where hundreds of displaced civilians were sheltering CBS is Steve futterman has details from the Polish border Reports emerging from mariupol this morning indicate that most of the people the vast majority in fact did survive the Russian attack a member of parliament says the main theater building was destroyed but the basement of the theater were more than a thousand people mostly women and children were staying the basement apparently withstood the attack And his speech to German lawmakers today president Vladimir zelensky invoked the image of the Berlin Wall He called on German Chancellor Schultz to tear down what he called a wall between a free and an unfree Europe CBS News special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez Now members of Congress say they're ready to provide Ukraine's president all the military assistance he needs We get that from WTO peace Mitchell Miller now today on the hill There's overwhelming bipartisan support for getting Ukraine more land based missile launchers and other military equipment to help fight the Russians and many lawmakers continue to call on the Biden administration to get MiG fighter jets through Poland to Ukraine South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham The control of the skies is the missing link is the big advantage the Russians have Virginia democratic senator Tim kaine remains open to getting planes.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Down to Washington D.C. or good friend Amy marsh world of national groups All right thanks guys in a tit for tat move Russia has introduced sanctions against U.S. officials including President Biden Secretary of State Antony Blinken and defense secretary Lloyd Austin Russia's foreign ministry released a statement saying the sanctions should be considered tit for tat measures for U.S. restrictions and that those sanctions would block entry into Russia Leaders of Poland the Czech Republic and Slovenia are currently traveling to Kyiv by train they're on a European Union mission to show support for Ukraine Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky told Russian troops in an online video early today they can surrender they'll be treated decently and pleaded with European nations to provide his military with more weapons The State Department warned China that the Biden administration is watching for any country that aids or defends Russia against international pressure over its invasion of Ukraine Spokesman Ned price says the U.S. is monitoring any economic financial or material support to Russia from China or really any other country Any such support from anywhere in the world would be of great concern to us He declined to say if the U.S. and other countries would prepare sanctions against China Now The White House is considering a trip to Europe for President Biden's sources say a presidential trip could help reassure NATO allies that they do have U.S. backing As Russia continues the war in Ukraine In the pandemic now several COVID response programs in the U.S. are going to have to wind down because lawmakers did not get the government's pandemic money refilled Sources tell Bloomberg government The White House will outline for congressional leaders which programs will be disappearing without that funding Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Amy Morris This is Bloomberg The drivers who switch and save with progressive save over $700 on average and those savings add up Imagine what you.

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WTOP

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

"Capital actually This morning CBS congressional correspondent Scott McFarland starts with Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky's upcoming address to Congress this Wednesday midweek Wednesday 9 a.m. it'll be a virtual address from the president of Ukraine President zelensky to the U.S. House and Senate at the capitol visitors center Members only at this briefing No guests are allowed to attend but we're getting the sense that there will be some type of stream available so that we can broadcast or disseminate it to the public This comes not at all in a vacuum though It was just a few days ago Congress approved a new federal government spending plan that included billions of dollars of humanitarian aid for Ukraine and this address comes days after members of Congress from both parties were really pushing on The White House and the administration to make more planes available Somehow some way to Ukraine so that underscores the significance of what happens here Wednesday at 9 a.m. Emergency COVID funding all of a sudden is in doubt What's going on here And are there any plans to revive it get it going Yeah Ukrainian humanitarian aid was included in that government spending plan last week but the COVID emergency funding was pulled out There was concern inside the democratic caucus about how that was going to be paid for They couldn't get agreement with the Senate So they stripped billions of dollars in emergency COVID money out And right now there's no clear passageway to getting that approved both in the democratic House and in the democratic Senate where you need 60 votes At this point that's just dangling out there And I spoke with Republican Richard Shelby of Alabama top Republican on the Senate appropriations committee He says he's of the mindset the money isn't needed that there's already funding there to be used And if that's his position there is no trajectory towards getting that money approved anytime soon Hey one more topic the latest on all these cases piling up linked to the January 6th insurrection What do you know Scott The biggest one yet Enrique tarrio leader of the Proud Boys appears at the federal courthouse in Miami He's charged with conspiracy in the U.S. capitol riot He wasn't there You'll recall he was arrested in December 2020 for stealing a BLM flag from a D.C. church that prosecutors say he was part of the planning and organizing and in his indictment They say he met the day before with the head of the oath keepers Stuart Rhodes.

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WTOP

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

"From Ukraine CBS News special report President Biden announces another sanction on Russia Today I'm announcing the United States is targeting the main artery of Russia's economy We're banning all imports of Russian oil and gas and energy The move comes as gas prices have spiked to all time highs in the wake of the Russian invasion despite U.S. efforts to release oil reserves and ramp up supply Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky has thanked President Biden for the ban and is encouraging other nations and leaders to follow suit It comes just after he made this plea to British lawmakers We will fight in the forests in the failed on the shores In the streets That via interpreter the UK has pledged humanitarian aid CBS News business reporter Jason Brooks says McDonald's is closing more than 800 stores in Russia That will deprive Russians of Big Macs in the meantime McDonald's says they will continue pain at 62,000 employees in Russia during the shutdown CBS News special report on Matt piper Meantime members of Congress are glad to see The White House is moving ahead with the ban on Russian oil imports WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill Bipartisan congressional support for the ban had put pressure on the president to go ahead with it Lawmakers say it's important to send a message to Russian leader Vladimir Putin that his attack on innocent people in Ukraine won't be tolerated Texas Republican senator John cornyn is among those who have been pushing for the ban There's no reason why we should rely on anyone else let alone a power hungry dictator for our basic energy needs Congress is also now considering a larger aid package for Ukraine of $12 billion which would include military and humanitarian assistance On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO WTO national security correspondent JJ green has been following some explosive developments from one of Russia's own spies that's turned to a whistleblower A document from this by leaked out a few days ago and after some vetting appear to be authentic and it says the Russian invasion of Ukraine is doomed to fail JJ what do you know That's right this letter comes from an angry FSB operative who says they have no idea who came up with the plan to invade Ukraine but the whole thing has failed It says your forces are overstretched more than 10,000 have been killed And this extraordinary document says even the commanders don't know how many troops are alive dead or what they're doing It says this blitzkrieg has failed It's simply impossible it says to complete the task now And it also says it's impossible to speak truth to power It says they would be killed instantly It says also they're being pressured to write fake reports to satisfy those at home This is a very damaging report that is revealed more about the crisis that Vladimir Putin is facing at home Reporting live JJ green WTO news Well JJ with this new sign that things aren't going well for Putin has there been any response to this They have been absolutely quiet about this This came out several days ago but just only within the last 24 hours has it essentially been verified But president Vladimir Putin today did something that was telling He signed a decree banning the export of products and raw materials outside of the country on December 30 by December 31st And he says it's in order to ensure the safety and smooth functioning of industry And he says a decree ensure the application of the following special economic measures by the end of the year Hey JJ thank you so much You're welcome WTO national security correspondent JJ green Up next on WTO breaking news in the first jury trial involving the capitol riot It's two 36 It's conference championship week in college basketball and FanDuel sportsbook as an offer You don't want to miss Dave Preston here Write down new customers can place their first college basketball bet Risk free And if you don't win you'll get up to $1000 back Coach case final tour of the ACC I'm sure duke will get some calls and some wins I like the blue Devils Take a chance at the same game parlay bet jump into the action with live betting or bet with big promotions like odds boosts If you've been thinking about joining FanDuel.

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WTOP

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

"Service 7 days a week It's 9 20 on WTO Now the latest on Russia and Ukraine as the war continues to ramp up Russian forces are shelling Ukraine's second largest city car cave rocking a residential neighborhood at least 11 people are reported dead that figure coming from the Ukrainians meantime the Russians are closing in on the capital Kyiv in a 40 mile long convoy of hundreds of tanks and other vehicles in a late night address Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky is asking for the world to enforce a no fly zone over Ukraine He says we have been waiting for 30 years Today I signed the application to join EU but we fought for our right to be together with everyone in Europe Talks between Ukraine and Russia aimed at stopping the fighting yielded only an agreement to keep talking amid ever growing international condemnation Russia finds itself increasingly isolated while also facing unexpectedly fierce resistance on the ground in Ukraine and economic havoc at home National security correspondent JJ green reports Vladimir Putin is feeling intense pressure from the people who provide him with money to stop the war Those financiers are feeling extraordinary pain from the global sanctions A mass in Arlington Virginia brought hundreds together to pray for peace and justice in Ukraine We did something very powerful today Bishop Michael burbidge of the diocese of Arlington led the mass for peace and justice and Ukraine throughout the world.

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WTOP

02:07 min | 10 months ago

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"CBS News special report and adviser to Ukraine's president now reports more than 40 people killed so far as Russia's military acts on Vladimir Putin's orders and attacks Ukraine on several sides And a Russian ally that has hosted Russian soldiers is viewed there as a big threat to the Ukraine and capital correspondent Charlie dager is there We're about 250 miles from the border with Belarus That's why there's a concern It wouldn't take long for Russian forces to advance here It's also not very well defended by Ukrainian the Ukrainian military which is largely concentrated out in the east where they have been battling Russian backed separatists and where they're expecting an incursion from Russian forces Correspondent Holly Williams is in Ukraine's second largest city Ukraine has now declared martial law one official says that they are distributing weapons to veterans and volunteers And then we heard this address from a rallying address from Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky after this assault began urging Ukrainians not to panic and saying you are courageous You are unbroken You are Ukrainians Where does all that leave the Ukrainian defenders They're going up against a superior force It is not at all likely that they can fend off the Russian military National security correspondent David Martin President Biden spoke to Ukrainian president zelensky overnight He plans to speak to the nation and the world in the afternoon CBS News special report I'm Tom fody Stay with WTO P and WTO P dot com for the latest as this story continues to develop 5 23 here the Maryland House has advanced legislation that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state if voters approve a constitutional amendment in November The house gave preliminary approval yesterday to two separate bills the first would put them at around the ballot the second includes steps that would be taken on moving forward if voters approve A final House vote is expected tomorrow The Maryland Senate would still need to approve that legislation Up next in money news the Russia Ukraine conflict having an effect on oil prices this morning It's 5 24 If you've tried.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"president vladimir zelensky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That any assembled Russian forces move across the border That is considered an invasion and there will be severe consequences Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky has spoken directly to the people saying there is no such thing as a minor incursion and telling his people not to panic He says a U.S. understands USS sanctioned three groups in China for engaging in missile technology proliferation Maryland governor Larry horgan says that the trending in all COVID categories is getting better it's going down cases in the U.S. overall did increase though day to day by 1.5% U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says time is running out on the U.S. ability or intention to reenter the Iran nuclear deal says a couple of weeks and China saying that it warned away a U.S. warship in the South China Sea U.S. denies it but says a ship was in the area keeping the shipping lanes open In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Juliet Thank you Ed Let's get back to Jim McDonald Northern Trust chief investment strategist joining us on the line from Chicago You were just giving us your views on China and EM in general When we look at the South Korean data that rhyme was just talking about there is that an encouraging sign that we are perhaps starting to see hopefully some alleviation relief to the supply chain crunch and that the pandemic is continuing the recovery I should say is continuing even though we have these very strict rules in the face of on the cron Juliet I think that is the case there has been other data that would agree with that if you look at global industrial production in the fourth quarter of rows at a 12% annualized rate after contracting in the third quarter and we've seen some great numbers out of some of the Asian tigers the semiconductor oriented economies like South Korea And then that is fed through to vehicle manufacturing which has been a huge headwind from the semiconductor shortage So we are starting to see some evidence of that However we're now transitioning to concern about wage pressures and making sure that that's not going to be the next leg of persistent inflationary pressures in the developed economies You sound like a value guy And so I'm going to ask you a question about the perspective from Jeremy grantham today He was speaking with our Eric schatzker and he is talking about essentially an unwind of what he is describing as a market bubble here in the U.S. that the fed can't prevent and it will eventually take the U.S. equity market down in the neighborhood of 50% Is that pretty extreme Do you think Well I think you need to see some real economic turmoil for that scenario two unfold The market has had rotating corrections over the last 12 to 15 months whether it started with the spacs or it started then enrolled into very high valuation no earnings IPOs and then it has gone into cryptocurrencies more recently and now maybe some of the more prominent technology stocks So I think we are seeing these kind of rotating corrections within different segments of the market I think you've got to have a pretty dire economic view to see that kind of a decline in the broad indexes So you've given us your thoughts on some of the key fundamentals in the U.S. and also EM What's your take on Europe So we think Europe has got a pretty good recovery path ahead of them It has got a greater value orientation than the U.S. does with a much higher proportion of companies that are oriented towards the economic expansion and the valuations have not increased anywhere close to what has in the U.S. So we actually in our overweights and the equity area are more favoring the developed markets outside the U.S. although we are still overweight U.S. equities also and the European view is a big piece of that recommended overweight So are you fully invested at this point Jim Are you sitting on a little bit of dry powder Do you have cash available No we are overweight risk at a really paid off in 2021 and what's interesting is the groups that played the best were ones that actually benefited from inflation So the equity market benefited as company profits grew the network resource and real estate areas within real assets performed extremely well over 20% kind of returns And then lastly we like high yield bonds over investment grade bonds as a way to have exposure to credit and less exposure to interest rate risk So we are await risk and we're going to have a little turmoil here as we get through some of this earnings but we do think as the year unwinds we will see a positive returns out of equities And just very quickly Jim your biggest concern for 2022 Well it's the persistent inflation So if we see inflation not come down towards the level that the market is expecting over the next say two to three years that will lead to higher fed rate hikes and that would put some pressure on the bond markets and on the economy So it's more persistent inflation than we're expecting.

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