17 Burst results for "Redeker"

"redeker" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"redeker" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This is this even his most famous single way bigger than anything you're yeah you could stick rides locals often here for the federal yeah that that's what his songs because not even his most famous solo song we need families and older if we did family feud right now ever if we did family feud right now that's been run over no it's not right now they said we got the top six just J. Timberlake's singles up on the board it's that one but it is not known that was not even going to be with the first three Gasol said you're not even music I let's go to Angie here who works on the actual music stations to drop your Mike did you this is not your out of your depth here young man let's go let's go to let's go to Angie Angie biggest J. T. single this is exactly what we plan on starting the show just in case anybody's confused go ahead it's that one not only in the music industry because it was part of trolls to them for the first rolled moving that's how I got big so kids and parents and everyone loves that song my kids know every word to it that's how I know it's that big as though that's not not sexy back yeah I have a really introduced to the rest of the the J. T. catalog catalog yeah I would quite gotten that far yet try to look for the looking so sexy with are you literally Google searching over to Google I I will say shards I'm not I will stand corrected Billboard which I think the there you are fine they put together a list of every Justin Timberlake single right can't stop the feeling thirteen really mirrors healthy until the end of time rock your body not a bad thing Lovestone slash I think she knows drink you away SexyBack cry me a river my love senorita and like I love you hold on hold on let me ask you this is that there based on the quality or the basing on how well known it is stand by yeah that that sounds more like a object like a subjective quality like Hey I like this song better which is fine because honestly that song we just played is not listed anywhere discounting only his U. S. singles that hit their pop songs chart so that's what it is church don't matter thirteen yeah and the tire now that's insanity that's what it's got to be way higher could you take the time I like I I know that song I heard on the radio but I like I don't you know sexy back is definitely yeah that is ubiquitous definitely part of it was a cultural phenomenon Edwards Timberlake country tonight here on K. electric okay all right we'll we'll we'll do a little more digging on site I can believe that we have this this is a real conversation right right and I are going to dance often saying I think it's a good feeling number two but I I think sexy backed his biggest single getting a call right now so he's like what the hell was going on what is going on right please tell him to stop talking about Justin Timberlake music okay we'll stop talking about just anyone that Ryan got to sing a little more that's not happening we have a poll question operator will add decade away Colorado into which quarterback wide receiver wide receiver duo will be more productive in the next two seasons will be relaxed and Courtland Sutton or drew lock and jury duty I guess are some senior courses through Walker the quarterback Nick we didn't get a lock we could get a lock fans in there we could have we said wide receiver dual network wide receiver not quarterback receiver yeah you wanna make an argument for no offense said that's probably would pick really puts a lock and fans will be more successful are gonna die Locken Subrata W. Sutton and they're gonna try to make Judy beach on the outside and that's gonna be the one on one with fans okay I've I appreciate your outside the box thinking you're wrong but I appreciate your outside the box thinking just football Mr justice thing you **** I understand something you you do what the lease understand something is clearly not music scene that water's gonna join us coming up in the next segment look for to talking about anything other than what we've been talking about with him and it brought Redeker Starkiller brokers insert interests also we're from Kareem Jackson was on big Alan Jo Jo had some thoughts about the March on Saturday the binge moves that into all sorts of things including some some but they're really look forward to hearing about the whole disrespecting the national anthem and where he comes down on that boy at I. T. weapon Twitter between a really bad mood every day it's like every I don't do it so much freaking day I got I got to stop I guess I had to block the president of the United States just because like it's so divisive that I I just I don't wanna see it well let's see if I was to the comments to it I don't see any of it I saw you commenting on that I would back it deleted excels you right because I was like ugh the responses were just so toxic let me put that totally fake nonsense out about that guy agitating the seventy five year old right in which is seized by way back as cancer by the way and now it is which is nonsense any sites O. A. N. which is the if you look at the the industry rankings of reputable outlets they're one of the worst in terms of having stories that are false they're out there and though by the way the guy who wrote the story happens to be employed by Sputnik the Russian news outlet he just is on loan to away and for you know what how how that's ethical I don't know but anyway and then I did the reply started coming in were you hate that and I was like you know what I'm not doing this today my my PSA outside of all the other stuff is just you stay stay off Twitter at least for a few hours a day be off of it way more than I am calling Calar del they have a fun little thing on Twitter now you haven't seen this I stayed off Twitter this is like one of the only decent things that actually happened on Twitter today I stayed up when he was he dead drew lock is going to be the the MVP of the Super Bowl Nollywood even further now he's is the lock is gonna set Super Bowl records our suffering the other like he's hiding should quadruple down at this point like I I I was clearly on board as the driver of the drew lock train I feel like I'm in the caboose now because all these people are coming out of the woodwork you know they're either going to justice all kinds of hyperbole under lock and I just I don't know what to do about Colin cowherd not only reinforcing with numbers I might add for you okay he's just dropped his elbow into the desk that would really painful Randy Orton yourself dutifully he's yeah he's out for second all right also I'll set this up no no need why did you why did you hurt yourself before we go to the J. T. stuff you would have saved yourself a lot of embarrassment door don't ask Steve this question five Bucks I got I got a five spot right now the says he says the sexy back is is Justin Timberlake's Steve's games movies not music I believe that Steve at waters of mad of culture and tastes and can talk about movies and music his favorite shows real housewives of Atlanta you can talk about he's a client of culture he could talk about music only.

"redeker" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"redeker" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It record it and then a good song and then I had a bone to pick with him when when he brought sexy back and I was like look it just I gotta be honest with you yeah the song sexy never left if you're talking to yourself here well I was referring to I heard this song and this is all that is just one of his singles but this is this even his most famous single way bigger than anything you're yeah you could surprise vocals of the terrible yeah that that's what his songs with it's not even his most famous solo song three families and older if we did family feud right now ever if we did family feud right now that's been run over no it's not right now they said we got the top six just J. Timberlake's singles up on the board it's that one better what is not no that was not even going to be with the first three gases that you're not even music I let's go to Angie here who works on the actual music stations to drop your Mike could you this is not your out of your depth here young man let's go let's go to let's go to Angie Angie biggest J. T. single this is exactly what we plan on starting the show just in case he was confused go ahead it's that one not only in the music industry because it was part of trolls to them for the first trolled moving that's how I got big so kids and parents and everyone loves that song my kids know every word to it that's how I know it's that big as though that's not not sexy back yeah I have a really introduced to the rest of the J. T. catalog catalog kiosk would quite gotten that far yet I'm trying to look for the I'm looking so sexy when he literally Google searching over to Google I will say shards I'm up I will stand corrected Billboard which I think there there you are fine they put together a list of every Justin Timberlake single ranked can't stop the feeling thirteen really mirrors fail fee until the end of time rock your body is not a bad thing Lovestone slash I think she does drink you away SexyBack cry me a river my love senorita and like I love you hold on hold on let me ask you this is that there based on the quality or the basing on how well known it is stand by yeah that that sounds more like a object like a subjective quality like Hey I like this song better which is fine because honestly that song we just played is not listed counting only his U. S. singles that hit their pop songs chart so that's what it is church don't matter thirteen yeah and the tire now that's insanity that's what it's got away how could you take the time I like I I know that song I heard on the radio but I like I don't you know XP back is definitely yeah that is ubiquitous definitely part of it was a cultural phenomenon Edwards Timberlake country tonight okay let clearly all right we'll we'll we'll do a little more digging on site I can believe that we had this this is a real conversation right and I are going to dance often saying I think it's a good feeling number two but I I think sexy back his biggest single we're getting a call right now so he's like what the hell was going on what is going on right now please tell him to stop talking about Justin Timberlake music okay we'll we'll stop talking about Justin Ryan got to sing a little more that's not happening we have a poll question operator will educate way Colorado into which quarterback wide receiver wide receiver duo will be more productive in the next two seasons will be relaxed and Courtland Sutton or drew lock and jury duty I guess are something your courses like as a quarterback next week to get a lock we can get a lot fans in there we could have we said wide receiver duo rec wide receiver not quarterback receiver yeah you wanna make an argument for no offense to it that's probably would pick really please a lock and fans will be more successful to get it done lock inside writing W. Sutton and they're gonna try to be Judy beach on the outside and that's gonna be the one on one with fans okay I've I appreciate your outside the box thinking you're wrong but I appreciate your outside the box thinking just football Mr justice thing you for I understand something you you do what day we should stand something is clearly not music hello Steve Atwater is gonna join us coming up in the next segment look for to talking about anything other than what we've been talking about with him and it brought Redeker Starkiller Broncos insert interest also we're from Kareem Jackson was on big Alan Jo Jo had some thoughts about the March on Saturday the binge moves that into all sorts of things including some of somebody that I really look forward to hearing about the whole disrespecting the national anthem and where he comes down on that boy at I. T. what been it's been a really bad mood every day it's like every I don't do it so much freaking day I got I got to stop I guess I had to block the president of the United States just because like it's so divisive that I I just I don't wanna see it well let's see if I was to the comments to it I don't see any of it I saw you commenting on that I would back a deleted excels you right because I was I the responses were just so toxic like we put that totally fake nonsense out about the guy agitate in the seventy five year old right in which is seized by the way that has cancer by the way and now it is which is nonsense any sites O. A. N. which is the if you look at the the industry rankings of reputable outlets they're one of the worst in terms of having stories that are false they're out there and though by the way the guy who wrote the story happens to be employed by Sputnik the Russian news outlet he just is on loan to away and for you know what how how that's ethical I don't know but anyway and then I did the reply started coming in were you who did it I was like you know what I'm not doing this today my my PSA outside of all the other stuff is just you stay stay off Twitter at least for a few hours a day be off of it more more than I am Colin cowherd though they have a funny little thing on Twitter right now you haven't seen this I stayed off Twitter this is like one of the only decent things that actually happened on Twitter today I stayed off Twitter he was he dead drew lock is going to be the MVP in the Superbowl not even further now he's is the lock is gonna set Super Bowl records now or something the other like he's hiding should quadruple down at this point I I was clearly on board as the driver of the drew lock train I feel like I'm in the caboose now because all these people are coming out of the woodwork you know they're either going to justice all kinds of hyperbole under lock and I just I don't know what to do about it Colin cowherd not only reinforcing with numbers I might add for you okay he's just dropped his elbow into the desk that would really painful Randy Orton yourself dude he's yeah he's out for second all right also I'll set this up no no need why did you why did you hurt yourself before we get into the J. T. stuff you would have saved yourself a lot of embarrassment door don't ask Steve this question five Bucks I got I got a five spot right now says he says the sexy back is is Justin Timberlake's Steve's games movies not music I believe that Steve at waters of mad of culture and taste and can talk about movies and music his favorite shows real housewives of Atlanta you talk about he's a client of culture he could talk about music only.

"redeker" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"redeker" Discussed on KTRH

"Is on the air right now people should not be walking around with masks you're sure of it because people are listening really closely to the right now people should not be what there's no reason to be walking around with a mask when you're in the middle of an outbreak wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better and it might even block of a drop list but is not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is an often there are unintended consequences people keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face and can you get some shut since staying inside their borders of course but when you think mask you should think of health care providers needing them and people who are ill New York times is Stephen or Langer wrote a piece yesterday global backlash builds against China over corona virus as calls for enquiries and reparations spread Beijing has responded aggressively mixing threats with aid and adding to a growing mistrust of China he writes Australia has called for an inquiry into the origin of the virus Germany and Britain are hesitating anew about inviting in the Chinese tech giant Huawei president trump has blamed China for the contagion and is seeking to punish it some governments want to sue Beijing for damages and reparations across the globe a backlash is building against China for its initial mishandling of the crisis that helped loose the corona virus on the world creating a deeply polarizing battle of narratives and setting back China's ambition to fill the leadership vacuum left by the United States China never receptive to outside criticism and wary of damage to its domestic control and long economic reach has responded aggressively combining medical aid to other countries with harsh nationalist rhetoric and mixing demands for gratitude with economic threats the result has only added momentum to the blowback in the growing mistrust of China in Europe and Africa undermining China's desired image as a generous global actor even before the virus Beijing displayed a fierce approach to public relations an aggressive style called wolf warrior diplomacy named after two ultra patriotic Chinese films featuring the evil plots of fiery demise of American led foreign mercenaries I'm assuming by now you all know the story about this but there are two movies that are sort of the Rambo of modern China that have led to what is now called wolf warrior diplomacy it would be us saying Rambo the diplomacy and in one of them the Chinese are fighting back against this fat cat American who seeks to do harm to China and they have to defeat him to protect China's interests and by the way you know what they call the fat cat American who must be destroyed Big Daddy yeah they dreamed this up all right back to the article no no before I do that so there you know what he references is later in the article number I don't have to explain with clear encouragement from the president and the powerful propaganda department of the Chinese Communist Party a younger generation of Chinese diplomats have been proving their loyalty with defiantly nationalist and sometimes threatening messages in the countries where they are based Francois go tomorrow a senior adviser for Asia at the Paris based institute Mantan you have a brand new you have a new brand of Chinese diplomats who seem to compete with each other to be more radical and eventually insulting to the country where they happen to be posted they've gotten into fights with every northern European country with whom they should have an interest and they've alienated everyone of them in quote since the virus the tone has only toughened a measure of just how serious a danger China's leaders consider the virus to their standing at home where it has fueled anger and destroyed economic growth as well as a broad in the past several weeks at least seven Chinese ambassadors to France Kazakhstan Nigeria Kenya Uganda Ghana and the African Union have been summoned by their host to answer accusations ranging from spreading misinformation to the racist mistreatment of Africans in Guangzhou just last week China threatened to withhold medical aid from the Netherlands for changing the name of its representative office in Taiwan to include the word Taipei and before that the Chinese embassy in Berlin sparred publicly with a German newspaper Bild after the tabloid demanded a hundred sixty billion dollars in compensation from China for damages to Germany from the virus Mr trump said last week that his administration was conducting serious investigations into Beijing's handling of the corona virus outbreak he has pressed American intelligence agencies to find the source of the virus suggesting it might have emerged accidentally from a will hand weapons lab although most intelligence agencies remain skeptical and he has expressed interest in trying to sue Beijing for damages with the United States seeking ten million for every American death Republicans in the United States have moved to support Mr trump's attacks on China Missouri's Attorney General Eric Schmidt filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking the whole Beijing responsible for the outbreak a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang called the suit frivolous adding that it had no factual and legal basis and only invites Redeker the suit seems to aim less as securing victory in court which is unlikely then it prodding Congress to pass legislation to make it easier for US citizens to sue foreign states for damages from Beijing's point of view this contemporary call is a historic echo of the reparations paid after the Boxer Rebellion said Theresa Fallon director of the center for Russia Europe Asia studies referring to the anti imperialist anti Christian an ultra nationalist uprising around the turn of the nineteenth century in China about eighteen ninety nine in nineteen oh one that ended in defeat with huge reparations for eight nations over the next decade the parties cultivation of the humiliation narrative makes it politically impossible for their president to ever agree to any reparations instead it has been imperative for China's president to turn the narrative around steering it from a story of incompetence and failure including the suppression of early warnings about the virus into one of victory over the illness a victory achieved through the unity of the party I'll continue with this editorial because I'm almost done but this really speaks to the threat that is now China if Americans can't see what they are capable of doing after this the southern fried southern fried Michael berry show collector all yard radio zero the Tom Bongiovi songs that you phone the number three global brand name number two one one in your life number one Livin on a prayer hear more from Bon Jovi in similar artists now search for Bon Jovi on I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all free Wednesday look for rain and some thunderstorms from 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"redeker" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"redeker" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"One more point I want to make sure about the the most amazing MSNBC clip which is saying a lot because M. S. N. B. C. has some great moments that are unintentionally hilarious M. S. N. B. C. is a joke it is it's at the think of this as a news network is laughable but it is what it is there was one point here that that I think a lot of people are gonna skip pass and that is also yeah that okay we're making fun of them out and like I I I'm not somebody who's great at math on the fly I'm not gonna pretend I am better than these people but not gonna pretend like I'm I'm good at math there's also a reason why they would believe this though and the I really mean this they've convinced themselves is now liberal orthodoxy they've convinced themselves that it is possible to just take money from billionaires and pay for everything they think this is true they believe the Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Redeker this is a real political point about how you can have such a colossal and stupid mistake on TV this was everybody everybody there has been hearing from all these democratic candidates like Sanders and Warren and others you don't the millionaires into billionaires will pay and people think oh okay all we have to do is tax the billionaire is a little more and we all have great free health care this is a huge a monumental blatant obviously why but they believe it they believe it so much that they think yeah sure you know if you just took a Bloomberg spent the campaign you can probably pay off the national debt or something I mean they think things that no reasonable person could because the propaganda about how billionaires to pay for everything in this country has.

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"redeker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"redeker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Traffic now at the bottom of one more point I want to make your about the the most amazing MSNBC clip which is saying a lot because MSNBC has some great moments that are unintentionally hilarious and MSNBC is a joke it is it's I think this is a news network is laughable but it is what it is there was one point here that that I think a lot of people are gonna skip past and that is also yeah that okay we're making fun of a math and like I I I'm not somebody who's great at math on the fly I'm not gonna pretend I am better than these people but not gonna pretend like I'm I'm good at math there's also a reason why they would believe this though and the I really mean this they've convinced themselves is now liberal orthodoxy they've convinced themselves that it is possible to just take money from billionaires and pay for everything they think this is true they believe the Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Redeker this is a real political point about how you could have such a colossal and stupid mistake on TV this was everybody that everybody there has been hearing from all these democratic candidates like Sanders and Warren and others you don't the millionaires and the billionaires will pay I think oak okay all they have to do is tax the billionaire is a little more and we all have great free health care this is a huge a monumental blatant obviously why but they believe it they believe it so much that they think yeah sure you know if you just took a Bloomberg spent the campaign you could probably pay off the national debt or something I mean they think things that no reasonable person could because the propaganda about how billionaires to pay for everything.

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"redeker" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"redeker" Discussed on KGO 810

"The Oscar nominations were announced today and leading the way with eleven nominations was joker the Best Picture Best Actor and best reason not to get a cloud of your kid's birthday quick reaction from Sean since he was sick yesterday with the fever to the Oscar nominations shows got the fever Heidi I remain baffled the joker got eleven nominations and I used to be a common theme yeah other than that you know the the the typical narrative Z. use the Redeker week should have gotten something for little I can't say that I haven't seen the movie yet but from her based on her previous work in the in the amount of other nominations this movie got a consumer is good enough to get recognition I have no problem with her if she if she got in particularly for Todd Phillips spot for directing the joker because I don't like it as much as a lot of people did but for the most part I think there's a lot of good stuff in there really good year for movies overall I just I just don't understand how stuff I don't I don't understand how we divide in in our minds at this point movies and TV shows and why we do it and what's the difference between something that was on a big screen and I watch on TV he's a vestige of the past in a real way so it really is we'll have the anti awards just for entertainment screen entertainment Jules inner tie watch some of the shows the nominees for best tech talk are yeah no kidding I watched some of the good shows on Disney or Netflix or whatever and there are different tastic but you're a TV show right right whatever finish the Mandalorian when's the next season for manta Lawrence are because my son is obsessed with every every day during breaks can we watch it was only two episodes left we watched him like me watch tonight the already renewed for season two I believe season two is scheduled to launch fall this year he's not gonna be happy to hear about that when you're nine next fall might as well be sure you when you're twenty or thirty five I don't watch those for something I saw an editorial Sean that I didn't read because I'm and Dalton have adults it matters to contemplate but said the Mandalorian really needs a side kick he's kind of had one is really tough girl but beat the hell out of people all that's good for tough girl yeah but I don't know it's sexy this one yeah that's a tough one she's attractive yeah she's attractive she was a she was a former UFC fighter yeah she's like an NFL lineman of built okay Gina Carano is her name and she's been dabbling in I want you know because I used to follow UFC when she was in and I I think I even interview her I'm sorry this is this is mixed martial arts I was thinking pro wrestling no no no she was a mixed martial arts she would choke out every single person in my family that she almost beat up the Mandalore yeah yeah yes she's a lovely young woman in the show they but they must put her in that on the left that one down there in the gold that's a better that's what she looks like on the show she is she beat the hell out of you while I'm a nice person yeah why would she do that she might fall madly in love with me Jack the show we might have a happy life together the show can I think about that just for a couple minutes and would probably have an active you know love life me think about that for a minute my wife does as much the man to learn with my son but she's super into the baby iota thing only in that it's such a meme on Facebook and people make everything about baby ota honey it's just never ending whether it's politics or no matter what parenting whatever you're talking about maybe older is worked in somehow I understand the appeal of socialism way better than I understand the appeal of baby I I I don't get that mean at all a fun game reminder that baby Otis fifty years old now while while yet some species age differently apparently but it's it's the mailer particular it's a space western so I don't necessarily have a problem with the Lone Ranger aspect of it no ranger had a psychic city yeah yeah watch the show little racist just a little from all my god this website not really a lone ranger then Izzy well are usually there are no other Rangers but you're right he was not alone as the Lone Ranger he was not accompanied ranger is not be a lone ranger he's calling range right right the lone Indian was with the Lone Ranger and the two of them together were well on beatable this website is asking me if I'd like to accept cookies which reminds me so my my sweetheart he might my twenty year old a little day I went back to college actually it with a stop at her boyfriend's family house for about a week before classes start again and in in in she made a bunch of ginger gingerbread cookies before she left all my gosh it's it's definitely in my top three cookies end and then and I told listen take all of them leave me a couple leave me a couple she said a couple data I said are a three or four leave me three or four well she ends up leaving me like ten and this is the beautiful part I thought my wife is back on the wagon post holiday eating and drinking Judy is hard core time they work off these holiday pounds some think it all my god I played this so right I acted like it didn't want cookies because my daughter loves her Daddy I got a lot of cookies Judy is on the wagon I get all the cookies turns out Judy's mostly on the wagon and so we're sitting there watching they were about to watch a little TV last night and I hear that the cookie ten open I'm like whoa whoa whoa whoa that's not supposed to be happening and I look over and my on the I. wagon wife grab yourself one old gingerbread cookies I should have gone ahead and said leave ten that way she would a left twenty five you know what I wish I could do because I weighed myself this morning and I know this time of year people are are really paying attention to wait working out or at least that's what the studies show I am the same weight that I was most of my adult life but I'm I'm the same way that I was in nineteen ninety one I show have varied by fifty pounds.

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"redeker" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"redeker" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Thirty million dollars in special federal loans well Joe Biden was vice president the times is busy not looking into that because they're not the business of looking into that another thing all together with them what what what then a great wonderful wonderful I let's go to let's go to the tell her it's going to be a Democrat is it because of his media don't even look into this stuff it's like oh that's nice Hey look hunter Biden's got a job is a crack at his knee yeah but we'll leave that out would you say he's got a good job hardware case statements are brothers what it in any other leave his brother's Baginda Redeker road left on a black god Skid Row were outside a whole house with the coke on the dashboard and the crack pipe stuck between the seats yeah that's him yeah that's the guy that is old and gas executives are yeah sure Nancy Pelosi's son Paul pelo see is a the oil to gas executive who's doing work in Ukraine to end the York times doesn't see anything in any of this that's of interest to anyone let's go to let's go to the telephones let's go to Susan calling from Brooklyn New York Susan you're on the Chris Plante show Chris you speaking about that individual rose McGowan yes allegedly the head of the need to move my yeah yeah you know to attacked women against the harassment yeah yeah he great now you're ready and with them should be a law little girls and women are being tortured with six year old girl can be their fathers you know what let them be married and at nine years old they consummate the marriage and if they wear their dancing where the wrong color head scarves their torture and this issue so devoid of any kind of knowledge yeah any kind of just they're they're delusional and I'm disgusted I think she's a traitor to all women and really just this is a this has this humanity that we're talking about by the I can't even imagine what what and it do they want that here do they speak out against moved they're very they're right there the left I don't know what to tell you Susan there and so you know did you know that well look I did something this morning because I was so you're waiting on the other line Google Iran to hang homosexuals you see they have trucks they built the driver of the country and hang people from that Iran means area just by the way this is the Chris Plante show WMAL FM with which Washington while five point nine FM W. H. Q. where Washington comes to talk the only ten thirty good morning I'm corporate the news brought to you by all state former twenty twenty democratic presidential hopeful Julian Castro announcing today he's endorsing Elizabeth Warren in the democratic primary with the Iowa primary just under a month away Harvey Weinstein has arrived in New York courtroom this morning where his lawyers and the judge making final preparations for his trial on charges of rape and sexual assault jury selection expected to begin tomorrow look for new traffic signals on Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring starting today am dot activating.

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"redeker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on KOMO

"Headlines we've been watching this hour president trump critical of house Democrats were pushing forward with impeaching him the president calling it a sham and a hoax and New Jersey leaders trying to move forward after he'd attack in Jersey city this week the governor let an interfaith roundtable discussion at a temple this afternoon twelve fifteen now at komo news and our como toy drive continues today when we collect toys in cash and whatever else you want to chip in for the salvation army our annual toy drive and joining us right now is Cathy Redeker with almond Roca and you'll get a little something if you give a little something this year right and that is correct we have a thirty dollar gift bags full of all sorts of brown and Haley goodies from almond Roca to mountain thins to mountain bars if you make a fifty dollar donation to the salvation army como for toy drive right now we will be sending one of these out to you and it comes in a handsome bag as well yes the clear stadium bag so the next time you're going to one of the games you already have your bag ready to take with you that's brilliant this is one of those gifts that I think okay I've got a brother with a girlfriend she's gonna be at Christmas this year I don't know what to get her might as well get this and do something good right absolutely absolutely no white he's almond Roca specifically here at como today what what is it about your company that you that you have spent so much money let's put it that way to help out the toy drive well we you know it did stems back all the way to the beginning of our history when JC Haley and Harry Browne Matt they had a an initiative that we would always help our communities and here we are third generation later the granddaughter of DC Haley is the chairman and it's still true it's still a family ran business and were all about giving back and this is our most exciting one of the year when you can give toys and candy at the same time why not exactly in remind us again what do I need.

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"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The dollar the yen what nine point three five Nathan thank Karen trade continues to dominate investor focus sentiment is mostly positive after yesterday's record close for U. S. stocks the White House has confirmed an agreement to roll back terrace in phases as part of any deal Bloomberg stand ten Kate has more from Hong Kong they haven't agreed to anything yet but just the fact that they've agreed that there will be a phased approach and tire for directions it is fairly significant and it's something that China would need to move forward politically physician paying many go she Asians on phase one deal should be pretty straight forward from here that's according to Heidi cradle Redeker fellow at the council on foreign relations I wouldn't be surprised if we don't have a lot of twists and turns in the story as we lead up to whatever the date is that the two leaders decide that they're going to actually need and agreed to whatever the phase one deal is I do think there will be an agreement on a phase one deal we're also hearing from officials in the trumpet estrogen including senior White House adviser kellyanne Conway who says president trump is anxious to sign a deal at the same time though White House trade adviser Peter Navarro warns that the current actual agreement includes no measures to remove tariffs that's put a damper on sentiment this morning here is more as Bloomberg market strategist mark Cranfield pizza Nova wrote saying that yes the some discussions going on but the final decision still rests with Donald Trump so that was taken so in negatively by markets today of course it could also just be affected by coming into the weekend people using that as a good excuse just to lighten up a bit is not being dramatic but certainly they do take the shine off of what's been a very strong week it's a way that scene treasury yields soar away ten year yields gaining about thirty basis points stocks in Asia sold off of it to close out the week despite upbeat trade data out of China Bloomberg's Juliette Sally joins us from Singapore with details good morning Julia good morning night and Karen the embassy I Asia Pacific index finished marginally lower Friday yet did manage a fifth the weekly gain its longest winning streak since July J. G. base was set for their worst week since twenty thirteen as Japan's ten year yield inch towards an exit from negative territory China's trade surplus was a base the on show you on on track for a fifth weekly gain well the show you on remained how seven to the dollar Friday is the PPO see said the daily fixing me point below seven for the first time since August in Singapore on Juliet Solly Bloomberg daybreak Julia thank you meanwhile in Europe we're getting word that president trump will not hit auto makers with Kerrison bloomers fashion sound like joins us live from London with the details good morning Sebastian good morning cara Nathan this is according to the European Commission president Juncker June K. he told a German newspaper quite you're talking to a fully informed man you guys comments echoed those by U. S. commerce secretary Wilbur Ross last week when he said trump may not need to impose order tires after holding good conversations with which to make his in the E. U. trump gave himself a deadline of mid November to decide whether to impose these levees the E. you threaten them to retaliate with tires of thirty nine billion dollars on American goods if the president then carried out this threat live in London I'm suggesting sonic bring back daybreak all right Sebastian thank you turning to earnings now investors like what they're seeing from Disney shares gained five percent after profit topped estimates anticipation is also high for the debut of Disney plus next week Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live now with more on that good morning John yeah Lleyton CEO Bob Iger who turned Disney into Hollywood's most successful movie studio is now betting on its family focus streaming service Disney plus which launches November twelfth where does he ask about what we saw the consumer reaction to be we certainly feel good about the product is going to the market place next week and we'll know a lot more in just a few days Disney also reached an agreement to put its new streaming service on Amazon Samsung and LG devices insuring the company's going to have access to tens of millions of viewers and with the idea of spending money to make money Disney did report a sixty six percent drop in quarterly profit to pay for the Netflix style streaming services like Netflix Disney plus will charge only seven dollars a month John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak hi John thank you shares of the gap or down almost ten percent now in early trading after earnings missed analyst estimates for the real shocker was the retailer firing C. E. O. R. Peck we get more on that from Bloomberg Charlie Pellett gaps is after a brief transition pack will acts of the president and CEO Roland vacate his post on the retailer's board Robert Fisher the company's current non executive chairman and a member of the founding family will step in as president and CEO on an interim basis extermination comes after years of struggles for the apparel company pack former consultant tried shaking up leadership and experimenting but to little effect Charlie Pellett Bloomberg daybreak all right Charlie thanks for that and finally a programming note tune in this morning for an interview with Rafael Bostick Bloomberg's Michael McKee sits down for a conversation with the Atlanta fed president at eight thirty AM Wall Street time right here on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television straight ahead we bring you the latest world and national news this is Bloomberg it is five oh seven on Wall Street let's bring in Michael bar now to get a check what's going on around the world on this Friday morning Michael.

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"redeker" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"On the Cairo radio at CVS is finding no evidence to support media reports that the trump administration is floating a payroll tax cut to stave off a potential recession ical Killian is outside the White House for the White House seems to be a knocking that report it down now look a White House official cited economic adviser Larry Kudlow pointing to his comments yesterday where he said that tax cuts certainly are on the table however cutting payroll taxes is not under consideration at this time president Donald Trump asserts that the U. S. economy is strong but he has called for the federal reserve to slash interest rates with an aggressiveness normally used to combat a recession immigrants in US detention centers have filed a lawsuit today over shoddy medical care more from CBS news correspondent bill Redeker bill Rykoff in the suit filed by disability and civil rights advocates immigrants say they've been placed in isolation his punishment and denied recommended medical treatment and surgery some said they'd been denied wheel chairs and a deaf detainee who communicates in American Sign Language said he has not been provided an interpreter I use which largely contracts with private companies in law enforcement for detention space has declined to comment specifically about the lawsuit bill Rakoff CBS news Washington well western Washington has been spared from wild fire smoke this summer people in Alaska have faced record heat and a host of fire troubles that now include the loss of some homes high winds over the weekend damaged power lines and knocked trees in the line sparking a number of fires including a large one that temporarily shut down the highway between anchorage and allowing national park more than fifty structures have been burned in that fire according to a spokesman for the Alaska division of forestry the train between anchorage and and all the park is also close right now because of burned trees on the tracks let's check in with car radios real time traffic in my like Haiti in Kirkland drivers on north found four of five are running into some stop and go with mostly just stopping from five twenty up to eighty fifth cell phone four oh five heading toward new council stop and go starts at five twenty and it goes down to coal creek parkway after that there's some movement but it is a little slow all the way down to sixty fourth south on I five is stand in Seattle from forty death to Mercer and drivers going westbound on five twenty floating bridge are jammed at the end of the bridge heading anti five Redmond to Seattle drive time is twenty two minutes the Bellevue to south center is forty three minutes and federal way to Tacoma is.

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"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Measure of the damage is done. We will take that information to, to Washington DC whether or not they're saying digital money that survey. Gonna Michael has given up hope on her era parent and is now digging hills in the chancellor reportedly become determined to stay in power until term ends in twenty twenty one. Bloomberg associates say she's decided that he'd come Khan, Bala isn't up to the top job, but publicly Michael has dismissed these reports as quote nonsense. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's election victory may have been cooled prematurely begs. Gwen Ackerman reports six weeks after polls closed the man famous for outmanoeuvring rival maybe tripped up by traditional partners, who couldn't reach a compromise on who should serve in the army, and he may be forced Wednesday, midnight toward the knowledge he couldn't cobble together a government. It would be the first time in his Radi. Prime minister designate fail to put together a ruling coalition immediately following election to Saddam Gwinnett Akron, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and net flicks plans to reconsider its entire investment in Georgia if Lou restricting abortions takes. Effect in the state. The new legislation is set to become new in twenty twenty if it survives several legal challenges. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and on this one hundred twenty countries. I'm Sandra Kilhof. This is Bloomberg. Nara sondra? Thank you so much. Now, let's turn to sports news, a big big week and European football soccer for those listening in the US I the Europa league final tonight between all snow and Chelsea, and on Saturday, Liverpool face Tottenham Hotspur for the continent's most coveted trophy, the Champions League. But none of those teams have made it to the top three most valuable clubs in the world thoughts according to this year's edition of the KPMG football valuation report for the first time rail Madrid. Overtaken Manchester United at the top back with us in the London studio. Bloomberg's European equities reporter Joe eastern Joe. There's absolutely no way we're gonna call this soccer. So let's just put that aside I talk about football what explains the movement at the very top of. The KPMG rankings. We'll she briefly mentioned the Champions League fun of this coming up this weekend, and actually the movement to the top of the league have actually been influenced by Champions League performance significantly. So Madrid won the competition for the previous three seasons. Whereas mantis United, haven't performed particularly well, actually haven't qualified for every tournament in allows few years. So when teams do well in the champion's league what we know is that it brings them extra revenue H fixture that they reach. So in terms of the knockout stages, those games, just playing two games can bring you as much as thirty million years in revenue district, two-game, fixture, and commercial sponsors say, much more likely to target, those companies that doing really well in the champion's league, given that it has the most viewership across television channels yet now you can invest in a number of these clubs on the stock market enterprise. Values have been rising, though. While stock market valuations have been declining. What does that actually say about suitability of soccer teams? The public mall cash just explain that tug of wool. So a lot of the value in football. Teams comes in playing scored. And this is what the enterprise values that companies like KPMG look. This is what they value, really. Well. So when a team doesn't perform particularly well, the stock market value my full because revenue streams expected to decline but the value of the actual team doesn't really change that much. Because the soup stuff players, even if they're not in a particularly good team, they've valuation should hold, so the K, P, M G, valuations retain the value of the players. Whereas the stock market prices decline with results. So they just want argument that analysts say, is that shouldn't teams possibly shouldn't be publicly traded because the valuations don't reflect the tangible values of the playing squad. So that's big debates in the arena at the moment. Interesting. Now, the Trumpian league finalists, Liverpool Tottenham Hotspur have the best return on sales ratios. What does that say about this success this season fish comes on? To the coast ratios, which as you mentioned a really, really good by taunting him on the Liverpool. And this is basically due to the way they've controlled their costs on play wages. So something that teams like Buss Lona haven't been out to slip down to fourth place. Their lowest position for wall in this league this, because wages have spun out of control, whereas Liverpool and Tottenham who've gone further in the competition bus and have reached the final without spending, a lot of money on wages, and socially, quite reflective of the money that they've invested in, please. So they've both kept the net spending on players, very low sickly Tottenham. They became the first team to not spend any money during a transfer window in January, first permeating every two and they've reached the fun of what it shows the development of younger players is really something that can save teams money and save them. Go further in the big competitions the Champions League. Look, we've not much time left and the risk of completely exposing my lack of knowledge in football match tonight who's going to win. Well, I said, I'm a Chelsea fan. So said. Three now women on TV, and I'm going to have to stay said, that was fun, too. That refrain Chelsea. All right. Enjoy a great to have you with us in the studio, Joe eastern. Thank you so much on coming up on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Hans, Redeker Morgan Stanley, global head of FX strategy will join us in the studio. Lots to talk about the full in global bond yields and how that impacts FX kits on a big big risk of day in these markets. The stock six hundred firmly Loa forty minutes into the equity session..

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"redeker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk. Going back to open lines just a second. But thank you James for giving us a little OT. So you might have I like treat you a little bit more like an interview here real quickly. I won't ask you what you went in for. But. Okay. Thank you. But my because my question was more like, so how do you gauge your self when you went into the yard for the first time or when you're in prison for the first time. How like what was what were what were you aware of about yourself when you walked into prison that you may not have either expected or that you were hoping wouldn't be true? I was aware of I was scared. Yeah. Lividly, okay. But here's in input. You can't show fear. Anybody in prison, right? Especially in the Mexicans crew prison. They'll take advantage of Musa fairly. Okay. Bill Redeker stove. They'll they'll be dropped. They'll rape you though. Make you there's. The I didn't realize the danger of of the situation that I put myself in until it was just it was too late. I didn't realize the oh the fact that for the next eighteen years that I'd be living around and with death. Yeah. Was it? So that sense. Did you not was prison? Nada deterrent for you. When you were starting a life of crime, or however, however long you lived in this life. Well, was it did it did it did that not seem as real? Well, I to start. I didn't I didn't. Start doing wrong because it was a more appealing or anything or because I wanted to live that life my parents. Well. Oh, that's a long convoluted story. But my dad told me wherever I was fourteen that it was my life, and I live with the way I wanted to and prior to that he didn't been a good dad. Right. They hadn't been upstanding. This is the way you live. Right. Okay. And I knew right from wrong. But in the beginning, I was out. I was looking for attention. Right. And then the police dropped the ball. Okay. Were they should have taking me and try to counsel me tried to. They should've put me into either heavy go see a psychiatrist or psychologist made me talk to somebody. Right. It would have helped. I mean, I would have helped greatly. They couldn't be like lost cause. Then there were there were certain circumstances that happened over the course of my life for the next from fourteen twenty okay whereabouts prison went to prison. What about twenty in prison before I was twenty one just because I wanted to get the colon cough is over with and come on put me in prison. Let's go. Let's start it. So I can get out, and you know, try and live my life around and try and be up pervasive society. Okay. Never come back to this. Because I realized before I went to prison you messed up bad. Jim, right. No. So when I was sixty a woman that I've met Saad herself in front of me. Oh, no. Yeah. And right before she shot herself. I was too far away. Didn't understand the foot rule. Okay. If you're in ten feet of somebody, and they go to pull a gun on you or a knife or weapon and your quick enough. You can get them before they get us allies of weapon. Okay. If you know what you're doing self. You can get the weather from them. But you I've done that since I've been out of prison. I did that in prison too. But but you didn't do it. Then you did I'm guessing right? When I say you carry some guilt with that. Oh, yeah. I go with that. I wasn't close enough. And she was just a little bit quicker than I was or she saw me coming. But she pointed a gun and told me under no uncertain terms. He'd kill me. And they were so okay backed up see-sawed herself. And then the police department there they didn't bat an eye. They just questioned me about that. Well, yes, you did yourself. And then they let me go. And I went home went to my dad's his work and he instead of. Trying to give me counseling or anything. Took me to the ball that night. Yeah. Forget it there. I think on see it now. Let me ask you something. So so you mentioned very interesting, and then okay, you loose. But thank you for giving me this extra time when you were in prison, you learned how to read people and find out who are the dangerous ones. What did you look for? Body language. Oh, the way they sit way staying whether watch people the confidence in no interest. For instance. Here's a scenario. Have you ever been in a fight or seen a fight fixing the happen between two people? Oh, yeah. Have you ever seen one of the individuals either towards you or towards somebody else say, I'm not scared of you? Yes. Yes. They were drug they're terrified terrified. Yes. They are scared. Literally of you. Okay. And that's them trying to convince ourselves that they're not scared of you. Those are some of the most dangerous people some of the most dangerous individuals in those circumstances to trial and joining thing that can happen. They're trying to prove something and other trying to prove something and they're not going to back down in front of the friends because then they're they look like. So as whereas you or yourself or the other person is just standing there looking at them. They're more of the tiller. They're more of the one that has the companies that can hurt you it anytime. Nothing. You can do about it. This is what they say. By the way, about about BULLDOGS that BULLDOGS generally aren't very excitable. But part of that is because they know there's something in Nate about them. They know that because they're low to the ground. They're very thick. They got all this loose skin. They'll finish any fight that you start there. And that's why they very tend to be dogs just sort of stay out of it until they come in and finish it. Yeah. So then my contrast question was now that you're out where do you see that type of behavior? And how do you see the world differently now that you went through that experience of of having to make quick calculations about people who were who could harm you? Well, oh, because I was in there because I lived around the people that I live around which eighty percent of the population in there. Kill you for looking at him or talking to them or bumped into him. And you don't you don't necessarily know that you've Joan okay? How do I apply that out here? Yeah. I applied in my everyday life. There. There's I have. Well, there's..

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"redeker" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Back to open lines just a second. But thank you James for giving us a little OT. So you might have I like treat a little bit more like an interview here real quickly. I won't ask you what you went in for but reversed. Okay. Thank you. But my because my question was more like, so how do you gauge your self when you went into the yard for the first time or when you're in prison for the first time. How like what was what were what were you aware of about yourself when you walked into prison that you may not have either expected or that you were hoping wouldn't be true? I was aware of I was scared lividly. Okay. But it is in in prison. You can't show fear to anybody in prison, right, especially in a maximum security prison. They'll take advantage of news fairly. Okay. Bill Redeker stuff. They'll they'll beat you up. They'll rape you though, make you there's. The I didn't realize the danger of of the situation that I put myself in and till it was just it was too late. Didn't realize the oh the fact that for the next eighteen years that I'd be living around and with death. So in that sense. Did you not was prison? Nada deterrent for you. When you were starting a life of crime, or however, however long you lived in this life. Well, was it did it did it did that not seem as real? Well, I to start. I didn't I didn't. Start doing wrong because it was a more killing or anything or because I wanted to live that life. My parents. Well. That's a long complicated story. But my my dad told me when I was fourteen that it was my life, and I live at the way I wanted to and prior that he hadn't been a good, dad. Right. Hadn't been upstanding. This is the way you live. Right. Okay. And I knew right from wrong. But in the beginning, I was just lashing out. I was looking for a tension. Right. And then the police stop ball. Okay. Were they should have taking me and try to counsel me try to they should've put me into either had me, go CSI ties or psychologist made me talk to somebody right? It would help me. I woulda helped greatly. They treat me like a lost. Cause there were then there were certain circumstances that happened over the course of my life for the next from fourteen to twenty okay when prison I went to prison by twenty in prison before I was twenty one. Just because I wanted to get the Coleman crosses over with and Tamang put me in prison. Let's go. Let's start it. So I can get out and no crying live my life around in trying to prevent society. Okay. Never come back to this. 'cause I realize before I went to prison you messed up bad. Jim, right. No. So when I was sixteen a woman that I had shot herself in front of me. Oh, no. Yeah. And before she shot herself. I was too far away. Didn't understand the ten foot rule. Okay. If you're in ten feet of somebody, and they go to pull a gun on you or nine weapon and your quick enough. You can get them before they can use the lives of weapon. Okay. You can get the weather from them. But you I've done that since I've been out of prison, and I did that in prison too. But but you didn't do it. Then you did guessing right. When I say you carried some guilt with that. Oh, yeah. Bill with that. I wasn't close enough. And he was just a little bit quicker than I was or she saw me gumming. But she pointed the gun and told me in terms he'd kill me. And they sell. Backed up see-sawed herself. And that's it and the police department there they didn't bat an eye. Just questioned me about that. Well, yes, did you yourself? And then they let me go. And I went home went to my dad's his work and. Instead of. Trying to give me counseling or anything. Right. Took me to the ball that night and got. Oh, yeah. Forget it. Right. I think I'd see it now. Let me ask you some. So you mentioned very interesting. And then okay, you lose. Thank you. Forgive me. This extra time when you were in prison, you learned how to read people and find out who are the dangerous ones. What did you look for? Body language. The way they sit the way they stay in where they watch people the confidence in no interest. For instance. Here's a scenario. Have you ever either been in a fight or seen a fight fixing the happened between two people? Oh, yeah. Have you ever seen one of the individuals either towards you or towards somebody else say, I'm not scared of you? Yes. Yes. They were drug. How they're terrified terrified. Yes. They are scared. Literally of you. Okay. And that's them trying to convince ourselves that they're not scared of you. Those are some of the most dangerous people some of the most dangerous individuals those circumstances pills trial, and the thing that can happen. They're trying to prove something and other trying to prove something, and they're not gonna back down in front of the friends because then they're they look like Callard, so as whereas you or yourself or the other person is just standing there looking at them. They're more of the killer. They're more of the one that has the companies that. Can hurt you at anytime. Nothing. You can do about it. This is what they say. By the way about. About BULLDOGS that BULLDOGS generally aren't very excitable. But part of that is because they know there's something in Nate about them. They know that because they're low to the ground. They're very thick. They got all this loose skin. They'll finish any fight that you start there. That's why they they are very tend to be dogs just sort of stay out of it until they come in and finish it to. Yeah. So then my contrast question was now that you're out what where do you see that type of behavior, and how do you see the world differently now that you went through that experience of of having to make quick calculations about people who are who could harm you. Well, oh, because I was in there because I lived around the people that I live around which eighty percent of the population in their kill you for looking at him or talking to them or bub. It ends on. And you don't you don't necessarily know that you bumped into okay? How do I apply that out here? Yeah. I applied in my everyday life. There. There's I have. Well, there's..

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"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets coming up the American consumer has really driven the economic expansion that we've seen for the past decade. The question is how long can it last? We're gonna have a conversation with Craig Johnson of customer growth partners on his retail outlook. But right now, let's go ahead and check in with Gregg Jarrett for a Bloomberg business flash, Greg. I just looked up. Lisa and the s&p was down another hundred points the SMP down for a second day post-christmas rally. That added sixteen percent shows signs of stalling why Larry cudlow sparkling latest retreat episode guessing trade talks have a long way to go before. Next month's deadline, Hans Redeker Morgan. Stanley head of global FX strategy tells Bloomberg economists need to take a closer look at capital imports in China when calculating that nations effect on the global economy people looking into this and capital imports into China. The increasing in bonds in equities, and there's a sign that foreign direct investment is rebounding. Now when you look at the relative performance of the equity market at the equity market is run by local noise. This is telling us the same story, this story of increasing confidence over the past couple of months Twitter, gave a lackluster first-quarter sales forecast reported tap of user growth, suggesting changes to improve the social media platform have not yet attracted a much wider audience. Right now Twitter is down eleven percent. We check the markets. Every fifteen minutes of trading day on Bloomberg radio. S&p five hundred is down one point four percent. The Dow is down one point three percent down three hundred twenty seven. That's what I was referring to earlier it was down about two hundred twenty hour ago. Nasdaq is down one point six percent down one hundred twenty to the ten years up ten thirty seconds. The yield is two point six five percents. West Texas intermediate crude oil is down three point two percent at fifty two twenty eight a barrel. Comex gold is little changed at thirteen thirteen. Outs. Valerie Anna's are one online sixty seven the euro dollar thirteen fifty five the British pound dollar twenty nine sixty eight. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. You're listening to Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz impulse weenie on Bloomberg radio. Well, retail sales have held up amazingly..

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"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Glenis management. Is it powerful tool to improve human welfare? I think the surprise it growth will be on the upside investment, you should use volatility opportunistically international, Dr still pockets value Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene and Jonathan Farrow on Bloomberg radio. Good morning everyone. John Farrow and Tom Keene extraordinary. Newsday seed futures at negative eighteen Dow futures negative one forty nine John Farrell. I don't know where to start. It's a special place in hell today for news because it's like forty seven different stories going on. Let me get this out of the way. This Bank merger is a huge deal in America. Yeah, it's all about scale. They come in at twenty one twenty two billion of revenue I guess six or seven biggest combination in banking in America. You know, what they're tiny compared to J P Morgan in the other majors even with emerge, of course. But these regional earlier consolidation technology thing. Who's been the whole branch banking thing? You know, we Betsy grace Nick, and the others tell us it's dead is going to change all deal is going to change radically in the coming years. You only have to go over to Europe to experience the future of retail banking is gonna look like a regional thing here with huge over that BB BB and T and SunTrust of the south. What else do you see this morning? Malka descending down a little futures off by six tenths of one percent. And I just see a of gloom in Europe, the European Commission down cutting forecast surprise surprise. This shouldn't come as surprise to anybody that the European growth outlook needs to be revised lower German yield down. You've picked up on its home. Putin t odes lower the slow grind. And it's not just started recently. It's been over the last year we saw. What's important here? Folks is the German two year yield is stayed where it is a negative point five seven percent in the farther out. Maturity's have come in with a vengeance. John. I'm watching the Swiss twenty year. Yeah. I haven't mentioned this until you, and I had that romantic dinner with Rachel from Indiana in the clotting Bergen Zurich that place where like Meatloaf is like eighty dollars the chrome now the Cronin. Uh-huh. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Meatloaf is like eighty dollars a place lovely and the Swiss twenty year is my benchmark for real disinflation in point one seven percent. It's really beginning to these colonies in central banks that have a negative interest rates. If you want to know what the front ended up on curve is pinned to the floor. It's because the CPS posted negative forty basis points. A lot of dynamics here a lot of Becker for why don't you bring in Hans Redeker Morgan Stanley was really good is synthesizing in. All these dynamics what it means for our listeners runs foreign exchange strategy, enhance the quiet rally of the last week six straight days of gains for the US dollar. What you make of the rally in the greenback ball? First of all the context, I I've seen since a fourteen self December. We have seen a two point seven percent decline that was in the dollar index and. An all seeing is it's a rebound. But yes, this whole to see this was in the playbook off Mong standing in October. And in November that US has a choice. The choice was between a lower US stola or lower shell markets and see. Interplay is working very well. So Enzi Mendy dollar index top dollar on the fourteen seven we had another week also weakness in the market. But then it turns around pickles US all also starting to weaken. Now, all that has a lot to do. With international flow, dynamics, it has a lot to do to fun to be indebted US protector, and what we have seen in the pasta few weeks. I've been quite good rally in corporate bonds. But if you're now seeing that you're going to vote the other about Rex namely going up again, then you have to watch what does it actually mean for risk appetite? And I think that this is still in place and for I do not believe US, all our strengths is going to lost. In fact, the conversation twenty percent older value to our foreign-exchange listeners. And we thank you for listening people that are really attuned to Rutgers world, let us I take the arch pair dollar yen, very, discreet. From the euro dynamics. And even Asia, EM, dynamics, if you're calling flat weaker dollar how far could strengthen. I think it's going to be a significant I- offensive info next era level off about ninety four. I think that you will have it Via Baltica eight hundred below where it is at the moment and yesterday to to to see that in the in the this type of credit data relationship. So the biggest creditor in the oldest Japan and tastes funding, primarily in other states. Now, the the demographics in Japan are playing in here, and that is very important that we take notice of that. So who was talking about that pension funds on the management in Japan have been declining for three years that has a lot to do that that country in the next ten years going to loose about thirteen million, also, active employees? So that actually means they are going to turn on from somebody who is going to to to make a contribution into pension fund is going to be a pension pension receiver. And this pension is going to be created. By putting out of out of the United States are back into Japan. Let me be clear. Let me pick on something. You said earlier, you think the US dollar is twenty percent overvalued. Yeah. That is absolutely. Right. So what's your pace case about what actually it traits down to? All I mean, we have we have to think about what is so first of all what triggered this overvaluation. So decentralized cross with the US beings, grow Sita, and that have been generated by a pro-cyclical fiscal approach. Now, my running a fiscal expansion, and you do not renew that then the fiscal impulse is going to turn into a fiscal drag which is going to be happening by the second quarter into the third quarter. Then we we we we argue that Tara debt dos meta within an environment where global savings other coming less. So whereas in other states as this found in USA, India's corporate sector, so that relative to the DP is at record highs. Vagnozzi the equity to liability ratios that have been going through the floor as that been plenty of equity and shape. Our back pro which is nice and good when you're profitable boost your equity return, but vendor's profitability. You are in a difficult situation. And that is precisely what we are saying, then you listen, right? Michael vision and his protection on their awnings. It's getting close pretty close to earning recession late on this. Yes. House very quickly. I mean, isn't a very general sense. If we see sterling weakness off the gloom that not Carney predicted. But the gloom that he alludes to maybe the fog if we see sterling weakness is that a wealth reduction for the people of the United Kingdom. And you and you step out with your with your Collins C, then you'll feel the difference. And therefore in the seventy s I also prime minister, he the wall software devaluation suggesting it is it is a pound in your pocket. But that obviously was not holding value. Significant importer inflation. So that means annual operating all of county weakness, they also initial positive effects, helping manufacturing helping you're calling me. But along to deal was well losses. The question here is we're starting is going to go from here. We we are trading at a political multi a discount when you look at other affect us. They common is sheep. And I emphasize especially to look into corporate UK. So they're sitting on significant cash reserves, they investment spending in corporate UK being very weak over the pasta Qantas, and if we lift as a political clout now, you will see a up affected he will see two that's a Bank of England us going to Iraq to that. They me which sometime ago did close. It's output gap. Hans Redeker always great to catch up with you and get your thoughts on the foreign exchange market Morgan Stanley's, head of global FX strategy on a busy morning this morning, Tom for global FX global markets futures negative seventeen the Bloomberg NJIT stem report brought to you by New Jersey institute of technology, one of the nation's top technological. Research universities leader in next gen stem, workforce development. Learn more at NJIT dot EDU. Here's John Tucker. Facebook Tommy, John which turned fifteen on February fourth spent the pants here. 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"redeker" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on Big Blue View

"I think one of the things about Rettig when he was moved. There was the they talked about how coach -able he wasn't how much he improved playing a when he switched to linebacker and get you see when that transition comes into pros. I think you have to have probably the deride the coach or coordinator who is going to take a talent like that. And when you had Redeker made a similar move with rafted for James Becher in Arizona, and he did play that off all baecker, but he was still rushing the passer on about fifty percent of the passing snaps. So that was the still a balance there. So Smith could absolutely be in that type of mold and that is that's a good player to have in this age of defense where you're getting a little smaller. You still want people to be able to move from side to side on and you want almost every. Player on the events to be able to rush the passer in some capacity. Oh, and when you run a blitz heavy scheme like bet, your does having guys who could drop back into own coverage or come screaming off, the edge or up through the gap. That's awesome. Because then the defense the offense never quite knows. Where the pressure is going to be coming from who's coming who's dropping. They don't know. So they have to either guests and possibly poke flea probably be wrong or try to account for everything which you just can't do absolute. He's and he was a late add to he he was not added into Josh Allen pulled out Josh Allen, someone we talked about on our edge show a debt we were excited to see an art still excited to see. But he pulled out of the senior bowl and sun. Smith was was the. Why they put in do you have a do you have anyone else you're excited to look at? Oh, yeah. I've been talking the Wisconsin offensive line, basically all year long. And you know, thankfully, they've kind of made me not look like a complete idiot and went ahead and were good. So talk about Michael dealer or prep Steiner. But I think it's teacher. He has played three different positions over the last three years. He's played. Tackle guard and center. He's very experienced guy. And he's got one of those frames where he can he could probably play center right guard or right tackle for the giants. And you know, Wisconsin offensive lineman. He's powerful he's used to playing out of three point stance. He's used to using will say pro concepts in blocking schemes. He's smart uses his hands. Well, plays through the echo, the whistle. He doesn't he didn't get the can the hype that beyond who went back to school or Edwards who could be one of the first three often tackles taken have gotten. But. He's a guy he could pry probably fairly comfortably pick him on the second day of the draft. Maybe as high as the giants second round pick and slot him in pretty much anywhere. You need. Help. And personally, I like him better inside than outside because he could be an acceptable often. Tackle he could be exceptionally athletic interior linemen that is degrading. I think I think where we see some of these guys shine in in the offense of line is is in some of these these individual drills. I think sometimes you get to to see standouts a little bit. I think these drills are when received some of these one on one drills..

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"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:19 min | 3 years ago

"redeker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I just don't know what they'll be bringing you this week because the economic data Tom once again, we'll be affected by the partial government. Shut down on. What will and what won't be released and believe me doubt? You die is going to rush through all of that this week. I can tell you know, economic data on the scheduled today. Well, no economic today. But I think we can extrapolate from challenging EU data challenging China data. You gotta take that over to the United States. Don't you? I don't know. And I think that's the big question for twenty nineteen and if you conclude that you do you also have to make a judgment to what degree and the US Deitz is holding up holding in the labor market. Okay. The black drop globally though. I agree with you. It is looking soft. Let's talk to Hans Redeker of Morgan Stanley. Of course, a great synthesis in the Morgan Stanley caution that we see with an economics they dealt. Michael Wilson is nailed the US equity. Call it Morgan Stanley, Hans Redeker this morning start with a dollar. You look at foreign exchange dollars the global litmus paper may yen as well. Tell me about your bet on the dollar twelve months forward. Solely traitors. Oh, we all along the Japanese yen. We say to that much market within this environmental. So good potential to rally and focused especially on high yield, actually what we are forecasting. Yeah. Quieted diverge so strategy dolphins thoughts USA is very likely to underperform. The the fiscal stimulus is running out. That is done by the first quarter. We are projecting that the quarter GDP number is going to be at their own one percent. That is like a recession and therapy day Terenzi in the time. We'll be below. Well, this is so important hunt. How do you then express a bet? Do you buy Brazil, you buy the Philippines? How do you actually affect abet? Give an astonishingly low. You need to run a sensitivity analysis. So yes, actually to decide what is actually more important than it's actually the golden risk appetite. Global funding cost. So what really are is important for that is the US unit. And that'd be I've seen last year. The us economy was holding up very well. Strong. Markets selling off that started in Argentina, and is at says spilled over into various high-yielding currencies compensated by September, any mature market environmental. Affected by US dollar strings. We think that conditions for your strength or simply Milan place that had already starting to debate about his autism cubs on in cutting into its balance sheet. We have seen that rate expectations states. How far significantly changed since since October. And we and how to think. Coming via financial conditions on financial conditions in the United States are tightening. And we continue to believe that there's more tightening to come. So I wonder how simple this really is. Because when global risk appetite is bad, the dollar is strong when global risk appetite is good the daughter is we can the column I'm hearing from Morgan Stanley essentially for twenty nine is the global risk. Appetite is going to improve the dollar is going to be weaker against that backdrop. Yeah. That is absolutely right. That we are all witnessing Abrego significant relationship. So what you were describing is always say what we have experienced in the past so risk on the impact on US up. Yeah. But what we have seen so far to us that when you look at the cross currency basis rest all so basically, the weight ability that measure z availability, author offshore dollars and the the the move away this house so developed throw America for all US risk appetite in the past. When you did see a solo football twenty percent, the S and P you did see the widening all the cross currency basis going with it. The cross Collins C basis is tight and that actually. There's still around in in awful markets and number two, we are looking into international portfolio. Look, for instance, in the case of Japan, so Japanese real money comes ten years ago. Was there equa lentil for a dollar holdings Honda trillion? Do you know seeing all Sadullah holding says about two point three two hundred thirty trillion? Japanese yen echo land in US dollars Expresso. So that actually means Japan has moved to picnic and part of his efforts into US stolas, though, the question, then what's going to happen? Those assets in an environment. Japan is going to be challenged by demographics the effort on the management offers a pension funds is already in decline, and we are seeing. Coming to council bluffs, which ends up stepping a significant contributor to to Japan, exporting long-term, capital account surpluses coming into those circumstances can only mean a weaker your Stoller into higher yet. The wrap things up and actually got twenty seconds. What's the Dalian kill for two thousand nine hundred and how does that pack out. I think going into into the area, and I think next year. I think that ninety four is going to come in. Oh, wow. That's Rediker credit catch Morgan Stanley. Head of FX strategy Quantico, Tom there is an earlier call that reminds me going the other way of HSBC granted it's a little dated off to get an update from Mr Bloom, but it's just great to see the different opinions out there. That's what makes the market. We got a real market. I struggle to see how global risk appetite improves at the same time. Dollar yen drops south one hundred thousand Tom. I'm going to reconcile those two I struggled to get tickets for Chelsea arsenal. You've got to come.

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