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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kevin Catalina allegedly smacked the boy across the face, knocking him to the ground. Catalina tried to run away, but a family member grabbed and held him until cops showed up. He's been charged with assault and acting in a manner injurious to a child. Police say the boy was not hurt. California's most powerful Democrats lay out plans to save Governor Gavin Newsom in the upcoming recall election. John Lowe, Bertini reports. It's an us against them strategy for party Democrats Do we want to go on the dark path of former President Trump alleged the involvement of Donald Trump and the urgency Peaks? US Senator Alex Padilla. This recall is a partisan paragraph. Nothing more. Nothing less. Governor Gavin Newsom has been lauded and criticized for his handling of the pandemic, homelessness, drought, fires and working families. The more he's in the news just benefits us or in Heatley, the father of the recall, says Newsom's insatiable For publicity may work for not against them. Painters misspelled the name of a Wisconsin city on the city's water tower, The crew painting the water tower and clover, Wisconsin painted a giant typo. They painted the V before the old the group drink Wisconsin, a police getting some viral attention with their post at the water tower title on Facebook. One commenter says Here hold my beer and cheese Kurds. I got this. Another asks if Brett Farve lives there. His name is spelled with the V before they are. I'm Wendy Wild. A Massachusetts man proves to be one lucky guy. Stephen Toto's last minute decision to buy a $30 lottery ticket at a gas station netted him a $1 million prize. For the second time in his life. I'm Cameron Fairchild and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Saudi Arabia insisted today that OPEC plus must extend its production agreement to the end of next year, sticking to a plan that has met with strong opposition from the United Arab Emirates. In an interview with Bloomberg Television. Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman implied that Abu Dhabi was isolated within OPEC. Plus, he said, it's the whole group versus one country. I'm sad, but that's the reality of the day. Negotiators will try again Monday to come to an agreement on production. New York's statewide covid positive test rate increased for the fifth consecutive day, according to official data, the seven day rolling average of positive tests rose 2.54% on Saturday. The positive rate has increased steadily since June 29th, according to data provided in daily UPDATES by Governor Andrew Cuomo. China's cyberspace regulator ordered APP stores to remove the DD to shing app, dealing a major blow to the ride hailing giant and this is coming just a few days after the company went public in one of the largest U. S initial public offerings of the past decade. China's cyberspace administration today cited serious violations on DD Global's collection and usage of personal information. Investors will be watching for a report that could give some more clues into the health of the jobs market in the US in the coming week. Bloomberg's Karen Moscow, reports. The so called jolts report is out on Wednesday it will show the number of job openings in May. This is after the April report showed a record number of open positions. The quits level was also at a record high, suggesting workers are increasingly confident in their ability to find other jobs. They also get the minutes from the Fed's latest meeting that day. Thursday is the weekly report on initial jobless claims..

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 7 months ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm jack speer polls are closing at this hour in georgia where voters at assigning the balance of power in the us senate and a pair of high stakes runoff elections. Npr's windsor johnston report the outcome of the racist. We'll affectively set the parameters for president. Elect joe biden's first. Two years in office sweep for democrats would not only shift the balance of power in the senate allowing the party of the incoming president to decide what moves forward in chamber. And what doesn't it would also flip the leadership in. All of the senate committees by contrast majority could sink not only the democrats legislative agenda but also the biden instructions cabinet and judicial nominees democrat. Jon ossoff raphael. Warnock have been locked in tight races with republicans. Kelly leffler david purdue if either one of the incumbents wins the gop will retain control of the senate. The democrats need both with vice. President elect comma harris. Serving as tie-breaking votes windsor johnston npr news trying to say covid. Nineteen can damage the brain in ways that may increase the risk of alzheimer's disease and john hamilton reports on research in the journal alzheimer's dementia scientists reviewed dozens of studies. Showing how covid nineteen can affect the brain. They found evidence that he corona virus. Infection can cause both inflammation in the brain and weakening of the barrier that usually protects the brain from harmful substances in the bloodstream. Had their snyder of the alzheimer's association says those changes could lead to brain problems. Years after infection is gone. We know that those are important in alzheimer's disease and we're seeing them play a key role here in covid. Nineteen so the alzheimer's association has joined a consortium of researchers from more than thirty countries to study the brain health of people who have recovered from covid nineteen. The scientists will look for changes in memory and thinking john hamilton npr news. Saudi arabia is cutting its oil production by million barrels per day as the state of the global economy remains tenuous most other members of opec will keep their production stable. More from npr's camilla domino. Some oil producing states are eager to boost their oil output as they hope vaccines will eventually restore oil demand but saudi arabia. The leader of opec is worried about pumping too much oil too soon. So the saudis announced a surprise cut which will reduce saudi revenue but prop up oil prices overall. Here's saudi energy minister prince abdulaziz bin. Someone tweak other cartel members will hold production steady while opec ally. Russia will increase output slightly. Us producers who do not participate in opec cuts will benefit from the saudis pushing prices up already. Us crude prices hit fifty dollars for the first time. Since february camilo domino's npr news wall street. The dow is up one hundred and sixty seven points. This is npr authorities in norway. Say they've given up. Hope of finding survivors following a landslide swept away homes in a residential area of the country. Nearly a week ago killing seven people we authorities say. Three people in village are still missing. After december thirtieth disaster store at least nine buildings including more than thirty apartments. A small dog was found alive in the rubble yesterday. Raising hopes but another smaller landslide just before mid-day today for search teams to evacuate. Germany says it is extending its current lockdown by three weeks of the end of january. Here's npr's rob. Smith's after meeting with leaders of germany's sixteen states chancellor. Angela merkel announced the extension to the current lockdown as well as new restrictions. That will last until the end of the month. Starting next monday individuals may meet with a maximum of one other person who does not live. In their household federal and state governments have also decided to restrict people in corona virus hot spots from traveling more than fifteen kilometers from their place of residence for non essential purposes. The government is also requiring mandatory test for anyone entering the country. Schools in non essential shops have been closed. Germany december sixteenth rob schmitz. Npr news berlin rules change concerning so-called emotional support. Animals is beginning to take effect american. The world's largest airlines says will ban companion animals gradually by february passengers with trained. Dogs will be allowed to bring the animals on it. No extra charge. Rubber others wanted to bring passer untrained companion animals on a flight will have to pay a fee. I'm jack speer npr news..

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Saudis Take Charge of Oil Market With Surprise Output Cut

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Saudis Take Charge of Oil Market With Surprise Output Cut

"Cutting its oil production by million barrels per day as the state of the global economy remains tenuous most other members of opec will keep their production stable. More from npr's camilla domino. Some oil producing states are eager to boost their oil output as they hope vaccines will eventually restore oil demand but saudi arabia. The leader of opec is worried about pumping too much oil too soon. So the saudis announced a surprise cut which will reduce saudi revenue but prop up oil prices overall. Here's saudi energy minister prince abdulaziz bin. Someone tweak other cartel members will hold production steady while opec ally. Russia will increase output slightly. Us producers who do not participate in opec cuts will benefit from the saudis pushing prices up already. Us crude prices hit fifty dollars for the first time. Since february camilo domino's npr news wall street. The dow is up

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

World Oil's Daily Brief

04:24 min | 8 months ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

"Riffs or Disagreements popping up between the core members This looks to be very much a between the various factions because nobody wanted to go away from this meeting without something but they wanted to be careful that that something was not too extreme in one direction or the other the compromise of compromised and it seems to be satisfying the oil market in the short run. Here and most of the cartel members although you continue to see a friction between saudi arabia and the ua and A little bit of friction between saudi and russia but not like it is Between saudi newly prince abdulaziz bin salman the saudi energy minister. Y'all have to feel for him. He says it's very excruciating. It's very tiring if you wanna work with twenty three countries. You have to be very congenial to the idea of flexibility and. I don't know that anybody has said it any better than he has. That really sums up the situation. Everyone has had to work over time and bend over backwards to be flexible to try to come up with something here that everybody could live with. So basically what we're seeing is. There will be a full three months delay to the original schedule january output increase. Which you know. We're talking about a maximum of two million barrels a day. I don't really think the market can handle that. in fact i know it can't so the instead. The ministers have resolved to add about a half million barrels a day of production in the next month and then gradually ramp it up from there month slide. The half a million each month until you get to the two million added figure has sometime time. April that's what we're essentially talking about now. The only thing. I was going to say. In addition to that is in that be adhered to perfectly..

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"First but buzz has agreed to a one month extension of its record output cuts and adopted a stricter approach to ensuring members don't break their production plans as the Saudi energy minister prince Abdulaziz bin Selmon waited and said our collective efforts have borne fruit despite many uncertainties there are encouraging signs that we are over the worst we are more on Sunday morning with our Middle East and the reporter and the deposit yeah those are the two countries that were really singled out physical compliance issues that was kind of stand as well I mean we tracked the export tankers from Iraq and the exporters as much oil as was their quota for June that's what makes using so they were over a quarter there and elections and basically said look if we're gonna be doing the heavy lifting we want everyone on board everyone needs to be on board for these cuts and and everyone has to be playing a part plus you got to remember that these cuts when they were agreed to it was a two year plan service runs through April twenty twenty two and a the countries will of course to scale back the level of cuts until that time but there's gonna be some measure of protection strength that entire time Mrs Beale just extended by one month more that level of unprecedented because we had nine point seven million barrels a day Mexico's not taking part in this once with a nine point six you get set for another month Anthony some of the other key take aways from the meeting clearly include these tectonic power plates that are shifting because of Russia and Saudi Arabia get a firmer grip on the policy making apparatus within OPEC pluses run us through the highlights of that move well I mean it's interesting that that there was such a power play particularly if it's seen as being because of the involvement of Russia and Russia has always been a laggard in compliance itself they have to have some pipeline outages over the winter in order to get them to comply to the last round of cuts so now that they are assessing their pardon cut complying fully they really turn the screws Iraq had had long gotten some leeway in the group and then that has ended now Nigeria for issues of internal strife and lined the technicalities that also gotten some leeway but that's that's over now but the thing is we don't really know what the market is going to look like because we're getting really conflicting signals yeah those are great jobs reports out of the U. S. last weekend last week but we also had some terrible Osaka members on fuels in nine states that the child you know maybe demand isn't fully back there clearly it's not but it's coming back a little bit slower than we thought so there are some positive signs with some real headwinds and that was the point of OPEC saying we are not out of the woods yet still need this little kick more this this month because of deeper cuts more to try to get to the house well the head of the Nigerian national petroleum corporation says the production cut deal was necessary to rebalance the oil market and move Brent prices towards the forty two to forty five dollars a barrel mark by the end of the year speaking exclusively to my colleague menace cranny many carry also insists that his company will not catch us this year posted by what it means is that this will give us the benefit of the market considered Bondo the price is what time so we don't have produced by land give me doubtful free web studies seem to sign that just walks by putting down the supply and I'm getting a question of balance that will come to a situation where we cannot lose a coop coast amid so much enough to be using the system we don't have also so must do activities if you're gonna close the discounted rate that you can send your oil not simply not discount will go away I definitely want them to shut up for a friend of Thomas you know what we did in the last two months was to close that account press and much shorter than what was done by the end of June or July oldest CST show well Connecticut that discount it's not I'm going to when you get just sold another way but you can see all over the over production of the earlier months met at because there was a marginal on the compliance at least a hundred thousand bonus but did it and as in current numbers look get to get numbers in the last ten fifteen days I was actually on a welcome plan was the same so definitely by the end of June I wanna see full compliance from Nigeria and the what if scenarios may be harmful for July how do I send it within which was strapped I don't reach the floor sure forty dollars what will this do you do you do to the price of oil what I would do to present all right is to bring something overnighted to by the end of the year probably we can see a plucked out I'd say two to four to five at the end of the month I do end up DM and you can see these short term response as a result of the open lows that intervention and I don't think that's a completely sustainable instead of deportation I'm committed to people by end of July the dolphins I want to see S. sense of your current level of the forty dollars to the brands and and potentially grow to reject efforts to forty five by the end of the I think that's kind of cool I don't think we'll ever see any sort of active oil and in your future it just says Jason systems what in in DC business use raw yes number one six produced less than taxes so it's good business to date that will produce after that I lived on tests and less than enough time for us to forty then when conference on are you an expansionist what do you what actually our target is to get bring down cost to ten dollars by the end of twenty twenty one however the system making sure that our practice and all of us a blast going down going back please that's two point two percent and that was good going to bring down of course and is better at least you can lead a life and death share this forty forty two dollars I think it's forty five dollars on an optimistic attitude is going to make compliance with India okay and finally do you think it's gonna make it harder more difficult total everybody's seen the benefit of getting this balance in the market and it'll be ending plumbing system was to comply so I don't see that what I weighed in the UAE voluntary it seems to be a little bit of pressure on the market pressure on Nigeria Iraq is strongly to comply yes because that not really because really a decision of what meant that we're going to comply with this ticket will be options that you literature the one button that switches on the post I don't think it's a it's a challenge for us so it doesn't Peter Arnett incidence rates of job cuts I hear you when you say you're trying to make the business more efficient can you escape this year with all NBC we will do this yet without job growth in an empty seat with a view no doubt because Gary also they'll come being customer multi yeah but I know also that.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Set up seventy four points to twenty eight thirty six we've got the Dow five hundred twenty four points up two point two percent the nasdaq surging two hundred and ninety five points that is a gain of three point six percent so stocks are climbing on signs the corona virus outbreak is either leveling off for easing with traders assessing the first reports of the cloudy corporate earnings season equities extended their advance is White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told fox business that in the next few days president trump will make quote some important announcements regarding state guidelines on real things the economy we've got gold up pushing up higher today cold off right now by one percent higher by seventeen dollars the ounce at seventeen thirty three West Texas intermediate crude those slumping six point nine percent now it twenty dollars eighty seven cents a barrel and with more on the con commodities outlook here's Bloomberg's Renita young the oil demand destruction caused by the corona virus pandemic is outweighing planned output cuts from the world's biggest producer Saudi energy minister prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said Monday that the kingdom is ready to trim production even further if needed but will only cut if others in the alliance reduced their supply accordingly and haven demand for gold is driving prices today there's concern that the pandemic will have a devastating effect on the global economy and hammer corporate earnings we need to get and among some of the oil names Exxon Mobil down point six percent chevron higher now by one percent JPMorgan.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now we'll have about eighty one this afternoon partly cloudy tonight with a low of sixty seven degrees. this is W. NYC FM HD and AM New York. this is the BBC world service the time is six hours G. M. T. you're listening to weekend on pole Hadley coming up on the program Tunisians head to the polls today for a presidential election following the death says that former president in July will hear the latest from the capital Tunis also will Benjamin Netanyahu's pledge to annex occupied territory in the west bank help him win re election as Israeli prime minister on Tuesday and should employers let that staff everywhere have a shorter working week is quite a lot of potential benefits they see. to the team you are getting more done in less time a lot of evidence that working fewer hours. with us throughout the program is our guest re to sock a Lebanese born lecture in post colonial on global literatures at Maynooth university in Ireland this is weekend. hello this is the BBC news with Fiona macdonald. thirty reviews as the drone strikes on two of its key oil facilities have led to a temporary suspension of operations at the site and will reduce production by about five point seven million barrels a day the energy minister prince Abdulaziz bin Selmon said this amounted to about fifty percent of around close unproved and it would draw on its reserves to prevent disruption to supply you have kites plonk plonk was one of the sites targeted Robert McNally is a former energy adviser to the White House it is the most valuable piece of real estate on planet earth that nobody's ever heard of not only does it control about five percent of global supply but more importantly it controls most of what we call spare production capacity that ability to bring on extra oil if there's a destruction. Tunisians will vote in a presidential election today that's been brought forward by six weeks following the death in July of present BG chi you just said see the parliamentary speaker is currently acting as into interim president use of Tara ports Sunday's election in the second free presidential polls in the twenty eleven uprising which sparked the Arab spring there are twenty six candidates including two women if none of them wins a majority in the first round the two with the most votes will go to a runoff the winner will face a number of pressing issues ranging from security to the corruption in recent years the country has suffered a number of attacks by Islamist there have also been street protests over economic hardship and unemployment's. the Mexican attorney general's office has said it will launch an investigation into officials who handled approved under the previous government into the disappearance of forty three students in the city of Iguala five years ago it said the earlier prove it been widely discredited the students were abducted and killed allegedly by police working with the drugs can. tropical storm there too is brought heavy rain to the north of the Bahamas two weeks after hurricane Dorian devastated the carribean islands up to ten centimeters of rain has been for cost the country's health minister doctor twin sons to the BBC that the authorities are closely watching developments we are very concerned that the car and the intensity of Dorian could possibly be replicated and we're keeping a very close eye on all of the systems in the Atlantic you know we have two and a half more months to go and the hurricane season that ends November. no one certainly that's living has ever seen anything like this in the Bahamas. the United Nations secretary general Antonio Guterres has returned from a visit to outlying islands worst hit by Dorian.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

"Carolina as well as Nevada and Kansas made it harder for Stanford and other long shot GOP candidates over the weekend scrapping their twenty twenty presidential nominating contests Ben Thomas Washington. Saudi Arabia's new energy minister says produces half to share responsibility to balance the market prince Abdulaziz bin Salman spoke Monday and don't be at an energy conference about the role OPEC member states and other major oil producers like Russia have this comes ahead of a meeting this week to discuss global production cuts of one point two million barrels per day Saudi Arabia has led counts in production as the kingpin of OPEC to keep oil prices from sliding further prince Abdel Aziz says it's all about the incremental contributions. fans got their money's worth in the men's final at the US open if he's a Christian Arnold reports it turned into a marathon ending with the long shot shot going long Rafael Nadal Andy Neal Medvedev captivated tennis fans for nearly five hours before Nadal knocked off Medvedev the captures fourth US open and nineteenth grand slam title in five sets seven five six three five seven four six six four nine dollars now one behind Roger Federer for the most majors in men's tennis history but number nineteen didn't come easy with method of putting his greatness on display battling back from trying to sets to none the twenty two year old Russian managed to take the next two sets before it all was finally able to end the match for hours and fifty minutes after it started Christian Arnold New York. I Jackie Quinn president trump has urged North Carolina voters to elect the Republican candidate for Congress in Tuesday's special.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

"The cancellations affect tens of thousands of customers the top British airline says it had no option but to counsel nearly one hundred percent of its flights officials say they understand the frustration of disruption the union strike action as Coles customers adding off the many months of trying to result for the pay dispute that sorry it has come to this the group says it is offered pond it's a pay rise of eleven point five percent over three years but the union says its members want a bigger share of the company's profits Charles the last month London. Saudi Arabia's new energy minister says produces half to share responsibility to balance the market prince Abdulaziz bin Salman spoken Monday and don't be at an energy conference about the role OPEC member states and other major oil producers like Russia have. this comes ahead of a meeting this week to discuss global production cuts of one point two million barrels per day Saudi Arabia has led counts in production as the kingpin of OPEC to keep oil prices from sliding further prince Abdel Aziz says it's all about the incremental contributions. UPS says it expects to hire about one hundred thousand seasonal workers in pay them more to handle the volume of packages shipped between thanksgiving and Christmas that's about the same number of people you PS hired for last year's holiday season rival fat acts and other major retailers are expected to lay out their plans in the next few weeks the official unemployment rates just three point seven percent and the tight job market make it harder and likely more expensive for those companies to fill seasonal jobs you PS held a nation wide job fair one hundred seventy locations she's got for seasonal workers last year for the first time company executives say they're considering similar of vans this fall. calling on voters in North Carolina I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute president trump was campaigning for the GOP candidate for Congress ahead of Tuesday's special election in North Carolina he says voters have to pick the Republican to keep his agenda going America.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

"Affiliates distance of Illinois state to situations he peed digital news network Saudi Arabia's new energy minister says produces half to share responsibility to balance the market prince Abdulaziz bin Salman spoke Monday and don't be at an energy conference about the role OPEC member states and other major oil producers like Russia have. this comes ahead of a meeting this week to discuss global production cuts of one point two million barrels per day Saudi Arabia has led counts in production as the kingpin of OPEC to keep oil prices from sliding further prince Abdel Aziz says it's all about the incremental contributions. this summer travel season was action packed according to the TSA it says the nine busiest days in its history occurred this summer as travelers jammed airports the agency screened at two hundred sixty two million people and one hundred sixty four million checked bags from just before Memorial Day until the day after Labor Day of the nine hectic days the peak was July seventh when TSA screen nearly two point eight million airline passengers and crew members the TSA says it hired enough screeners although it didn't give numbers and worked with airlines to anticipate where screeners would be needed getting employees to stick around has been a bit of a struggle for the agency about one fifth of screeners leave every year the agency has countered with retention bonuses African swine fever infected pig herds in at least seven villages near Manila and a multi agency body will now be set up to stop the spread infections have been contained in recent weeks and backyard farms hit by the virus and outlying areas have been placed under quarantine and disinfected more than seventy four hundred pigs have been called in farms and villages in rifle and bullock and provinces that were feared to have been hit by the viral infection in recent months the department of agriculture's verifying reports of new infections in other areas some experts have said that the current spread of swine fever is the largest known animal disease outbreak in history. calling on voters in North Carolina I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute president trump was campaigning for the GOP candidate for Congress ahead of Tuesday's special election in North Carolina he says voters have to pick the Republican to keep his agenda going America.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

"Quarantine and disinfected more than seventy four hundred pigs have been called in farms and villages in rifle and bullock and provinces that were feared to have been hit by the viral infection in recent months the department of agriculture's verifying reports of new infections in other areas some experts have said that the current spread of swine fever is the largest known animal disease outbreak in history. Saudi Arabia's new energy minister says produces half to share responsibility to balance the market prince Abdulaziz bin Salman spoken Monday and don't be at an energy conference about the role OPEC member states and other major oil producers like Russia have this comes ahead of a meeting this week to discuss global production cuts of one point two million barrels per day Saudi Arabia has led counts in production as the kingpin of OPEC to keep oil prices from sliding further prince Abdel Aziz says it's all about the incremental contributions. Taurus to New York along with their dogs are able to book a flight in a helicopter with no doors he peas and Julie Walker reports now those trips are under fire from a pair of politicians after five people were killed when one of those flights went down last year lawmakers and animal advocates call on the FAA to ban doors off helicopter sightseeing flights for tourists and their dogs senator Chuck Schumer says after five people died last year in the doors off toward we're self fees up beat hanging outside the helicopter is a big draw there's a new gimmick flying night on has now added a new little or. bring your dog in hold your dog out the window. that's disgraceful Schumer and senator Bob Menendez what the FAA to close a loophole allowing these stories flights actually burn with Peter says dogs don't belong in that situation the No Way the loan of a helicopter would be enough to cause a lot of dogs to panic line I and says it's fully compliant with all FAA operating and safety standards Julie Walker New York. I Jackie Quinn president trump has urged North Carolina voters to elect a Republican candidate for Congress in Tuesday's special election he says Democrats have it all wrong in the state and in the countryside tax high crime open borders late term abortion and socialism the socialists. the Republican Party is the party of the American worker the American family and the American dream earlier trump told reporters he was the one who flee and talks with the Taliban and he's the one who canceled. far as I'm concerned they're dead before leaving the White House for North Carolina the president told reporters it was his decision to first invite the Taliban to meet secretly with him at camp David and his decisions to call off that meeting and end the peace talks with the group in terms of advisors I take my own advice trump says he shut down the nearly year long negotiations after a Taliban car bombing late Thursday killed a US service member and eleven other people to McGuire Washington president trump was asked about gun control and what he pushed Congress for new legislation in the wake of recent mass shooting we are talking about a lot of different things but at the same time we have to protect our second amendment very strongly the British government's formerly suspended parliament sending lawmakers home for five weeks despite the brexit crisis lawmakers have rejected the government's plans for leaving the European Union rescued all four of the south Korean crew members who were trapped on a ship off the Georgia coast line they have been freed by the Coast Guard Utah's among the states launching an anti trust probe against Google Attorney General Sean Reyes this is not anti tech to the opposite this is actually for the benefit of the techie co system to help level the playing field California's governor signing legislation cracking down on doctors who provide exemptions for vaccines this is a P. radio news. the head of the national weather association is defending the Alabama forecasters who contradicted president trump's claim that hurricane Dorian posed a threat to Alabama you make forecasts we don't deal with politics I mean our our job is to protect the American public with the weather information we we pass around so of course it's frustrating when things get politicized when we're we're the scientists and the communicators that are delivering the message for weather safety that's Paul Slatter a group of business leaders politicians and leaders in the science world are calling for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade they say would reap significant returns as countries avoid catastrophic losses and boost their economies the global commission includes prominent figures like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former U. N. chief bond ki moon I Jackie Quinn AP radio news. more news right after this. farmers insurance knows that there's a not so subtle difference between the sound of a car hitting your rear bumper. and the sound of a clown car hitting your rear bumper. sorry about that. animal. and my information we call that a three ring fender Bender and we covered it at farmers right now I think it's true because they think it's too click for more we are. during my for Mr for insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state D. ninety baseball season a father and son did something that's never been done before playing together they hit back to back homers yes we're talking about Ken Griffey junior and Ken Griffey senior gritty senior who was forty at the time was first up. the senior knew the junior who was twenty wanted to follow suit his concentration levels were well up there you know I mean you can see a whole demeanor changed as I got rave awesome place and then it happened. center. number moment in sports history I'm Jack. this is really. the famous crooked Lombard street in San Francisco is getting crowded SO thousands of tourists could soon be forced to pay you to drive the down hill road residents say the scenic street has become more like an overcrowded amusement park than a.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

"Energy minister says produces half to share responsibility to balance the market prince Abdulaziz bin Salman spoke Monday and don't be at an energy conference about the role OPEC member states and other major oil producers like Russia have. this comes ahead of a meeting this week to discuss global production cuts of one point two million barrels per day Saudi Arabia has led counts in production as the kingpin of OPEC to keep oil prices from sliding further prince Abdel Aziz says it's all about the incremental contributions. British Airways says it's canceled almost all flights the result of a pilot's forty eight hour strike over pay A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports the cancellations affect tens of thousands of customers the top British airline says it had no option but to counsel nearly one hundred percent of its flights officials say they understand the frustration of disruption the union strike action as cold customers adding off the many months of trying to result for the pay dispute this sorry it has come to this the group says it is offered pond it's a pay rise of eleven point five percent over three years but the union says its members want a bigger share of the company's profits Charles the live as well London. Taurus to New York along with their dogs are able to book a flight in a helicopter with no doors the peas and Julie Walker reports now those trips are under fire from a pair of politicians after five people were killed when one of those flights went down last year lawmakers and animal advocates call on the FAA to ban doors off helicopter sightseeing flights for tourists and their dogs senator Chuck Schumer says after five people died last year in the doors off toward we're self fees of the hanging outside the helicopter is a big draw there's a new gimmick flying Nayan has now added a new little or. bring your dog in hold your dog out the window..

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on AP News

"One of its stars Colin Firth leads today's birthday roundup it's a World War one action drama they're walking into a trap. the oldest on to deliver a message calling off tomorrow morning's attack if you don't we will lose sixteen hundred men. your brother among them the movie comes out this Christmas first fifty nine today last summer's Aladdin was directed by guy Ritchie who's no more for action films but he says getting started music videos was a big help I'm more familiar with the well actually my thing and even off the Gulf actually but I'm not surprised at all by him. comfortable with this and I was intimidated by the whole sort of traditional theatrical musical pretty talking with collider interviews he's fifty one and former Saturday Night Live head writer Serra Snyder says her biggest challenge was during the twenty sixteen presidential election and all its trump Ian twists and turns we can't the trying to write like we love writing this style Jake sketches but like going home and high school theater and we we keep trying to write those sketches and every single week will be on the set loving it and like our phones with does would be like it's him again Schneider with writing partner Chris Kelly on late night with Seth Meyers she's thirty six and that's our birthday round up for September tenth I'm Bob Kessler Saudi Arabia's new energy minister says produces half to share responsibility to balance the market prince Abdulaziz bin Salman spoke Monday and don't be at an energy conference about the role OPEC member states and other major oil producers like Russia have this comes ahead of a meeting this week to discuss global production cuts of one point two million barrels per day Saudi Arabia has led counts in production as the kingpin of OPEC to keep oil prices from sliding further prince Abdel Aziz says it's all about the incremental contributions. this summer travel season was action packed according to the TSA it says the nine busiest days in its history occurred this summer as travelers jammed airports the agency screened at two hundred sixty two million people and one hundred sixty four million checked bags from just before Memorial Day until the day after Labor Day of the nine hectic days the peak was July seventh when TSA screen nearly two point eight million airline passengers and crew members the TSA says it hired enough screeners although it didn't give numbers and worked with airlines to anticipate where screeners would be needed getting employees to stick around has been a bit of a struggle for the agency about one fifth of screeners leave every year the agency has countered with retention bonuses..

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Today. We are so lucky to have. Dr Ellen Walled President of transversal consulting. She does contribute also Bloomberg Opinion Columns and Ellen. I want to start with this news. That will really frankly that. Saudi Aramco is looking at the richest people in Saudi Arabia basically provide a lynch pin of financing for its initial public offering. There seems to be a spate of news about this. Ip Are we getting closer now. Well it does seem that we're getting closer and this is really a bombshell announcement this report that that Saudi Arabia is looking for rich families essentially in the Kingdom to buy into this IPO either before or even even possibly the after but probably before it goes on on the local Saudi exchange and what's what's really intriguing about the report is that some of these families in the family businesses had individuals who were arrested and held in the Ritz in Riyadh just just a few years ago so they see he's. They're not being pressured but in a country where the government is an absolute monarchy. Can you really say that there's no no pressure there and I would seem to be a sign at least to me that international any regulator for an international exchange the pay very close attention to this because international should not be party to anyone being coerced in any way to invest this does seem to be a potentially an attempt to maybe artificially prop up prices and we do know that the Saudis have definitely tried to prop up their exchange at certain times I would certainly hit a regulator should be very wary of allowing a listing of a business that engages in kind of a courses type practices so you raise a really interesting in point which is that it would seem that Saudi Arabia engages in practices that don't seem necessarily consistent with publicly traded traded exchanges in developed markets which raises the question would any exchange actually push back on Saudi Aramco. IPO given the fact that it's a huge boon to them to get it listed on their saint and and this is an issue and we do we we have seen report. We do have reports that managers. There's an funds in Saudi Arabia have been pressured to buy at times to help lift the towel the Saudi exchange so we do have have some evidence that this has occurred in the past it's so they're not the only exchange we also got similar reports from China as well so it really begs the question of whether New York Stock Exchange Lunden Circassian can really legitimately list Saudi teams almost that the Saudis are realizing that perhaps a big exchange like New York or London is really not the place for them. WE DO NASTY that they're potentially turning to Tokyo but this issue of where to list and candy they list and are they willing to let go of the power that they want to have in order to get a listing on New York or London. It really seems like perhaps this is not meant to be. There have been a lot of signs of that over time. One of them has been the drop in oil prices and sort of leads to another development over night that came out which is that Saudi Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz Bin Salman. He is the new Saudi our energy energy minister the other one was basically pushed out. Can you give us some context to this. Well I wouldn't I would be hesitant to say that he was pushed out. We don't really know the reason why folly is no longer the energy minister either. He could have been pushed out. He may have desired to step down at this point point given what's been going on so just because we don't know for sure what went down there the way that they do this. Saturday was they just issue a decree so it it might look like he's been ousted but we we don't really know the details there but it does seem that the Saudis were potentially moving in this direction they did move folly. Ali As chairman of the Board of Saudi Aramco and they did divide the Ministry of used to be the Ministry of Energy Industry and economy just before this so it does seem like they were making changes in this area one of the reasons. I've I've heard is that they want to make more of a separation between the oil oil company and the ministry before the move on move forward with this. I feel but people have also said that. You know there's a problem with oil prices. there's been it'd problems with this. IPO It would seem to me that haul it off all he is not to be blamed for this. This is an oil market. That's been ruled by speculation over demand weakening demand global economic data that is not positive and the US China tree talk and we look at oil climbing today well there are a lot of reasons for it but one of them is is that there's some good news on the US China trade talks that they're setting talks for October so I wouldn't be surprised if oil is rising. Moore's result of this than resulted assaulted anything that Saudi Arabia is saying or doing it gets really good perspective Ellen especially because I'm looking at the wording of a lot of the stories in its that that King Solomon dismissed missed the former energy minister and put in this heir to the throne so I think it's important to be cautious about that and basically say we don't know what happened. We don't know what the implications are and the price moves that we're seeing today are not necessarily reflective of this change. Doctor Ellen walled. Thank you again for being with US president of transversal versa consulting she's also a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council's Global Energy Center and a Bloomberg opinion contributor..

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Putting your retirement savings in a four oh one K. IRA or hand I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. US tariffs on Chinese goods are causing further pain for China China's exports unexpectedly contracted last month with sales to the U. S. tumbling this amid the escalating trade war between the US and China exports decreased by one percent in dollar terms from a year earlier while imports declined five point six percent leaving a trade surplus of thirty four point eighty four billion dollars British prime minister Boris Johnson won't back down from his plan to deliver breaks it by October thirty first with or without a deal with the E. U. that's according to two senior ministers saying the U. K. must to leave the E. U. come what may on that date Johnson's own party is in turmoil one of the most senior members of Johnson's team work and pensions secretary amber Rudd quit last night in an attack on his leadership Saudi Arabia's king Solomon dismissed energy minister Khalid off Paula and replaced him with one of his sons putting a royal family member in charge of oil policy for the first time prince Abdulaziz bin Salman a long time top energy ministry official is an older half brother to crown prince Mohammed bin Salman it wasn't immediately clear while follow was removed but analysts and officials said the decision is unlikely to signal a change in the kingdom's oil policy San Francisco offered to pay bankrupt utility giant PGA any Corp two and a half billion dollars for its equipment with in the city this comes just days before PJ and it was set to file a restructuring plan San Francisco mayor London breed made the offer in a letter to PGA any on Friday P. Jeannie said selling the assets to the city would quote not be in the best interests of our customers and stakeholders global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took joke on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg. pretty.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All walks of life and have it says and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. more pain for China in the trade war with the US China's exports unexpectedly contracted in August with sales to the US tumbling the customs administration said today China's exports decreased one percent in dollar terms from a year earlier while imports declined five point six percent weak exports add pressure on China's already slowing economy and point to an increased in need for its policy makers to beef up stimulus measures the latest in the brig that saga work and pensions secretary amber Rudd quit in a blaze of fury last night prime minister Boris Johnson is facing open rebellion in his Conservative Party as he presses on with is do or die strategy to get the U. K. out of the European Union on October thirty first Saudi Arabia's King named his son prince Abdulaziz bins on mine as as the kingdom's energy minister that installs a royal family member to head up oil policy for the first time the prince who is a half brother to crown prince Mohammed bin Solomon replaces energy minister Khalid al follow a father was stripped of his responsibility for overseeing industrial development last week and removed as head of oil giant Saudi Aramco an ECB rate decision and U. S. retail sales figures are on this week's economic calendar Bloomberg's Karen Moscow reports the European central bank is widely expected to cut interest rates and review all options at a policy meeting Thursday policy makers will also publish forecasts for growth and inflation a report Friday may show U. S. retail sales increased in August earlier in the week we'll hear from JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon who speaks in New York on Tuesday and it's the same day apple unveils its latest I. phones here in Moscow Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg. this is Bloomberg businessweek. radio hello I'm Carolyn Mr energy thing Kelly twenty had few in this hour.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Andrew Brunson this afternoon shortly after his return to the US after being detained in Turkey for the last two years on allegations. He helped her groups from the Oval Office. Mr. Trump told the fifty year old North Carolina native fficials in his administration and in congress worked tirelessly to win his freedom so hard for you. Again, we've been negotiating wrong and hard. We do not fair ransom in this country Brunson asked God for quote supernatural wisdom for Mr. Trump thanking the president for really fighting for them. Power and cell phone service starting to be restored in parts of Florida storm battered, panhandle state emergency management officials reported today that nearly two hundred sixty five thousand customers remained without electricity. But eighty percent of cell phone service has been restored in the region. There are new details out coming out today about possible evidence regarding the disappearance of a Saudi journalist, a pro-government newspaper is reporting that Turkish officials have an audio recording of the alleged killing of journalist Jamal kashogi. The audio reportedly comes from Khashoggi's apple watch, which he was wearing when he walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul over a week ago. Turkish security officials have leaked information about the case through the SABA newspaper before it reports. Authorities have recovered the audio from kashogi iphone, and I cloud account the journalists had given his phones to his fiancee who was waiting outside the consulate when he disappeared. Meanwhile, the Saudi Interior Minister prince Abdulaziz bin so. Owed calls reports of official orders to kill kashogi baseless lies. Ben Thomas, Washington and LCS game to bottom of the eighth. Dodgers lead. The brewers four to three news and analysis townhall dot com. Ma'am. Welcome to state run gas. Well, could it do for you today? Please moron. How will you be paying cash? Checks credit make loans layaway layaway.

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"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"prince abdulaziz bin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda roster. President Trump met with pastor. Andrew Brunson this afternoon shortly after his return to the US after being detained in Turkey for the last two years on allegations. He helped her groups from the Oval Office. Mr. Trump told the fifty year old North Carolina native, the fficials in his administration and in congress worked tirelessly to win his freedom. They force over. Out. Again, we've been negotiating wrong and heart. We do not pay ransom in this country Brunson. Ask God for quote supernatural wisdom for Mr. Trump thanking the president for really fighting for them. Power and cell phone service starting to be restored in parts of Florida storm battered, panhandle state emergency management officials reported today that nearly two hundred sixty five thousand customers remained without electricity. But eighty percent of cell phone service has been restored in the region. There are new details out coming out today about possible evidence regarding the disappearance of a Saudi journalist, a pro-government newspaper is reporting that Turkish officials have an audio recording of the alleged killing of journalist Jamal kashogi. The audio reportedly comes from Khashoggi's apple watch, which he was wearing when he walked into the Saudi consulate in Instanbul over a week ago. Turkish security officials have leaked information about the case through the SABA newspaper before it reports. Authorities have recovered the audio from Khashoggi's iphone, I cloud account. The journalists had given his phones to his fiancee who was waiting outside the consulate when he disappeared. Meanwhile, the Saudi Interior Minister prince Abdulaziz bin so. Owed called for reports of official orders to kill kashogi baseless lies. Ben Thomas, Washington and LCS game to.

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