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"ryanair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:47 min | Last month

"ryanair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good morning from London I'm Anna Edwards with this Bloomberg radio business flash European equity markets eking out some games this morning up by two tenths of 1% playing catch up a little bit on the stories that drove Wall Street to very near new all time highs on the S&P yesterday Here in Europe we see travel and leisure stocks doing the best up by 1.9% That's despite a warning from Ryanair about the money they'll make over this the most the forthcoming months despite that we see the travel leisure sector making moves to the upside and that he's broadly because of that trio of studies we've talked about that have all suggested that omicron is less severe than delta of course if you have enough cases you're back to where you started but certainly that was good news for anybody watching the travel unless just sector and that sector moves higher again today So we're fairly split between gaining and losing sectors here in Europe The picture looks like this the footsie is flat to cat girls He's also flat the Dax is up by three tenths of 1% right now The U.S. features picture looks fairly mixed NASDAQ features actually a tenth of a percent to the downside emails and down features though look to eke out some games We're a fairly fast on the oil price by recent standards but still down by half a percent on bread 74 89 is where we trade and we see the yield going higher to the price coming down on the sovereign debt markets on treasuries in particular U.S. ten so U.S. two year yield stands at zero spot to 6 7 That's where we've seen most movements in that yield just of late and the dollar is flat to positive this morning the pound moves higher as the market reassesses Bank of England high expectations one 33 77 the Euro is a tenth of a percent of the downside one 1316 That is a Bloomberg business flash now he's down garands with more on what's going on around the world And a good morning fighters COVID pull has gained clearance for emergency use in the U.S. delivering a more convenient treatment option for actress patients The drug pax livid is the first at home medication authorized for COVID-19 and a large clinical trial pax lipid was also shown to reduce hospitalizations by 89% when given to high risk and vaccinated patients within three days of symptoms starting Now Chinese president Xi Jinping has told Hong Kong's leader Carrie lam that the city is developing in a good direction It was a first face to face meeting in two years coming days after an election and Hong Kong which installed Communist Party loyalists Local media reported that she praised changes made to the territories electoral system and millions of drivers are expected to descend upon UK roads as many head off to visit family and friends over the Christmas period It's thought around 10 million journeys will be taken across the UK today and tomorrow Gatwick.

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EU Agency Beefs up Stance Against Using Belarusian Airspace

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

EU Agency Beefs up Stance Against Using Belarusian Airspace

"The European Union aviation safety agency has beefed up its stance on the use of Belarussian espace calling on regional authorities to formally ball the airlines from flying over the country oesa based in Cologne Germany has issued a safety information bulletin advising operators to avoid the S. space all Belarus following the may twenty three incident in which Belarussian flight controllers told the crew of a Ryanair plane or moved from Greece to look the way you have to learn that E. U. leaders denounced the move as a high checking on the active piracy responding by barring pollution carriers from the blocks as space and sketching out tougher sanctions I'm Charles the last month

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"ryanair" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"ryanair" Discussed on The President's Inbox

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"ryanair" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

03:54 min | 8 months ago

"ryanair" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"That seems to rankle the west but they also feel they gotta stand behind their guy jim. Your point about lukashenko being a vassal does need some fleshing out because he has become economically more dependent on putin he has developed greater cooperation on both military and intelligence fronts. They are now is an agreement that they'll set up joint training centers in both countries. They're going to have military exercises this summer. So the military security establishments of both sides are cooperating closely but lukashenka himself is kind of constrained in pushing this too far when just minutes before he was leaving for his meeting with putin in sochi he rejected the idea that they would be advancing the merger of the two states under this five year old agreement to have a binational state. He said this is absolutely impossible and use rather lurid language he said we can't have a colonial takeover an enslavement. He referred to it as said there would be a terrible rebuff in this country for anything of that sort. One thing that has happened in the past couple of years has been a kind of developed a no nascent belarussian nationalism and the idea that they would be absorbed by russia's genuinely unpopular there and lukashenka has to respect that because the only way he can hold off. Putin's pressures is by saying this will create havoc within the country now steve. We're recording this before memorial day weekend. But i believe that as speaker shortly after we speak. President michel is supposed to meet with president putin at searching as you mentioned. I don't know if we're going to get a readout between the leaders of those two countries award to what extent we can put any stock in what debt readout might be. But how do you imagine that conversation has gone. You know putin is may well be a little unhappy with this stop. He doesn't like having sanctions talk. Revived in the west sanctions. Talk that focuses on belarus but it does involve a lot of accusations against russia at the same time. Putin has a long game of building influence in you could say control over yellow reuss and ultimately the absorption and we've seen that increased pressure. I think in a previous conversation on the president's inbox inbox. I described this as kind of takeover from inside and putin wants that to continue but he has now become aware that lukashenka is gonna fight it and deny putin the satisfaction of crimea like absorption of large part of old soviet territory. So i would guess that the conversation will be one in which putin says mr president with you. Those outrageous western democracy promoting scum our common enemies. And where you need it. We've got your back if it costs something because of economic sanctions. Were here for you. But i think we need to understand that together. We can only succeed against the west unless we continue to develop our institutional cooperation meaning. I'd really liked to have my gas as you know in a better position to know about what's going on so there no surprises and this sort of Surprise mr president has not been one hundred percent a success from my point of view. Sure you got a little twenty. Six-year-old hothead blogging genius. But really we'll take care problems like that..

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"ryanair" Discussed on PR & Law

PR & Law

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"ryanair" Discussed on PR & Law

"Check this out. Hey check this out. We're gonna check this out on the pr in law podcast. All right you got. Well kim i use my check this out segment to talk about in free. Visit a story we we touched on a few weeks ago. Do you remember will amos the the liberal. Mp of parliament this is. This story went international. He was the guy who found himself in some hot water during a literal house of commons. Call so while prime minister are prime minister. Justin trudeau was taking questions from abe. Who was at his office at the time. He proceeded to take off all his clothes and get changed. The camera was on his laptop right here in the shower right. He was walking around and then dressing himself. You said he said he'd gone for a run and he came back and You know he was quickly getting changed out of his running clothes into a suit for the for the zoom call Didn't realize the cameras on anyway. He issued a statement mea culpa and you know people were generally pretty good about it. Well cam fast forward a month and it looks like he's added again This time this time. Amos was caught urinating on camera Again during virtual parliamentary session over over zoom. What is wrong with this guy. I don't know. But i i wanted. I wanted to read you his statement. Because it's sort of confusing and i thought you would find this fascinating doing what you do cam. So let's listen to this last night. While attending house of commons proceedings virtually in a non public setting. I urinated without realizing i was on camera..

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"ryanair" Discussed on PR & Law

PR & Law

03:37 min | 8 months ago

"ryanair" Discussed on PR & Law

"Be l a w taking away you an well. Cameron our old friend. Amy cooper is back in the news you our listeners. They might recall the episode. We did on amy cooper which was if you can believe it. Cameras all the way back on episode eight. Oh really Single digits all the way back all the way back then You know cooper for those who perhaps didn't hear about this incident. Amy cooper was involved in a pretty shocking racist outburst in central park after christian cooper. No relation asked her to put her dog on a leash When when miss cooper refused the incident quickly escalated resulting in miss cooper calling nine one one and alleging that quote. An african american man is threatening my life and quote and you know as which of course couldn't have been any further from the truth and you know through the entirety. This incident mr cooper remained calm. He was well distanced from his cooper and clearly was of no threat. And you can see the video so it is clear. This isn't a he said she said. Yeah you can actually see the video exactly. The video was quickly posted to twitter. By mr cooper sister it went viral and within hours. Ms cooper's employer. Franklin templeton suspended her employment and then the following day templeton terminator and they issued a very brief statement on twitter and all it said was following our internal review of the incident in central park. Yesterday we have made the decision to terminate the employees of all involved effective immediately. We do not tolerate racism of any kind at franklin templeton. Quote right well. So i thought and we thought that was the end of that but earlier this week. Cam cooper filed a lawsuit in federal court in manhattan against franklin templeton and she seeking damages for loss. Wages bonus uninvested funds emotional stress damages for alleged racial and gender discrimination defamation negligence all in an amount to be determined at trial so she's claiming racism basically. She's saying gender and racial discrimination. That what you said. That's exactly it. So she's racial and gender discrimination. She's turned this around completely. So what under what grounds would she have to claim that. I think people are confused about this a bit confused cam because it's it's confusing and it. It strikes me as as kind of kind of ridiculous right. I mean as we've talked about on the show and again. This is from a place of ontario law. But i mean really you know in in in most places in the states as well you can terminate an employee for any reason or no reason whatsoever You know one of the issues here in ontario. Of course is you cannot terminate an employee on a on a without cause basis for any reason that is discriminatory under human rights legislation. So all of the stuff that you would you would assume you can't terminate somebody the basis of gender of race of sexual orientation of marital status these sorts of issues so effectively. What what cooper is alleging here. Is she saying that..

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Air France, Austrian Flights Canceled as Russia Denies Belarus Bypass

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:43 min | 8 months ago

Air France, Austrian Flights Canceled as Russia Denies Belarus Bypass

"Air france and austrian airlines have both had to cancel services after their flight plans were rejected by moscow will for more on this. I'm joined by mark audie. Who's the principal director at my intelligence and a senior associate fellow at the royal united services institute in london and i'm also joined by multiple twenty four security correspondent ben. Ben i'll start with you Maybe can you deconstruct this for us. A little just we're supposed to be getting back into the air Airlines are very excited that they can of course be getting passengers and crisscrossing oliver europe We have this Small blockade or certainly some aircraft to have been turned around to entering russian aerospace It's quite unfortunate timing isn't it but it's all part of a wider context so we all remember that sundays saw this shocking version of a ryanair flight to minsk in belarus and the arrest of one passenger in opposition journalists and the us immediate sanctions were banning belarus in alliance from landing in the eu and ordering airlines to avoid belarussian aspects since then bellarusse is a whole on the radar. Almost can make out the the borders of the country on a map. Because there's no flights above it. It also meant that. Some flights between the eu and russia had to change routes and apparently now russian authorities are unwilling to accept that and declined those flights by f. haas genera. It isn't entirely clear. Why it's only those airlines and whether there are technically shoes to blame related to these route changes or if there are mostly political motivations for example signaling that russia standard belarus and that it's flexing its muscles and emphasizing the importance of its aviation market an airspace

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Belarusian Leader Heads to Russia Amid Showdown With EU

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Belarusian Leader Heads to Russia Amid Showdown With EU

"This is authoritarian leader is heading for Russia to seek assistance amid a bruising showdown with the European Union over the diversion of a flight to arrest a dissident journalist according to the Kremlin president Alexander Lukashenko is set to meet with Vladimir Putin for talks on closer economic ties Moscow has over the years helped but trust Belarus's Soviet style economy with cheap energy supplies and loans now Belarus has provoked the E. U.'s outrage when flight controllers on Sunday told the crew of a Ryanair jet flying from Greece to death when you're there was a bomb threat and instructed the land in the Belarusian capital mixed with Janice Rahman but to say which was arrested along with his Russian girlfriend I'm Charles the last month

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Belarus Plane Diversion: How It Happened

Today in Focus

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Belarus Plane Diversion: How It Happened

"It was last sunday morning. In athens apple passengers are waiting for ryan ryanair flight to vilnius lithuania and among them was the twenty six year-old blocker roman prosser vetch and his twenty three year. Old girlfriend sofia paika. They were almost on the plane when he noticed that there is a man who might have followed him and who tried to take pictures of his documents and he immediately texted his friends. All mia hobart overpass. Oval doesn't but those kind of translated into english remain had written. Ll telling his friend. It seemed the security services. Were following me at the apple and even tried to photograph my comments. It's not certain he added but in any case that's some suspicious shit so the plane left for venues and when they were about fifteen minutes before landing still on the territory of belarus. The plane diverted. The reason for the diversion was a message from air. Traffic control in minsk belarus where there were claims of bomb threat for security reasons. We command you to land and from the from the intonation trump airport. Security's off Informed the email the pilot was told to land. it was some very abrupt. It was very violent and many passengers felt that the plane might actually go down so the cared and all of a sudden one passengers reaction especially stood out. Ramon started panicking and he tried to give his phone and his laptop to his girlfriend. He has a lot of contacts among bloggers and activists and he knew that security forces would must certainly confiscate his laptop his his phone so he started to deliver any data from his devices

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EU Further Sanctions Belarus After Roman Protasevich Arrest

Here & Now

01:44 min | 8 months ago

EU Further Sanctions Belarus After Roman Protasevich Arrest

"The european union has now imposed additional sanctions on belarus after that eastern european country forced a ryanair flight to lithuania to land in belarus under a false claim of a bomb threat. A pretense for arresting roman produce age a- prominent opposition journalist from belarus. Who was on board. So what questions does this now. Race for the airline industry here. Now's transportation alice. Seth kaplan is here. And seth we know some countries are now ordering their airlines to avoid the airspace over belarus. The eu advise them to do so. How big a deal is this. Well i you just start with the logistics of that and indeed if you look one of those websites or apps where you can see live radar flight radar twenty four to wear one of those. There's basically as big hole over belarus. Right now he's the airplanes all over europe except there as as flights have begun again in the aftermath of the pandemic but not over belarus. And so that tells you that airlines are basically having to fly out of the way having to spend more on fuel that sort of thing at time to their flights where they usually would have flown over belarus. Well yeah a lot of airlines saying. They're not even going to travel over the country. At all which means you can't fly in or out of belarus right if to western europe at least right and you know not a lot of demand right now probably because of what's happening right exactly in terms of actually fighting to were from there and and the greater impact is yeah just the fact that airlines typically overfly belarus the eighties along a lot of common routes so even a lot of us who have never been to belarus like myself I almost certainly flown over it. If we've flown ever between europe and asia. Let's say

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E.U. Agrees to Impose Sanctions on Belarus

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:31 min | 8 months ago

E.U. Agrees to Impose Sanctions on Belarus

"The european union is still attempting to calibrate the punishment appropriate to the state ordered hijacking of civilian airliner flying between two of its capitals in response to bert belarus's bewildering excursion into air piracy. On sunday the eu has banned belarusian from european skies and promised further sanctions roman protest the belarusian journalists removed from the ryanair aircraft. After it was forced to land in minsk has appeared in video apparently under some giresse non joined with more on this alex culture of risk analyst focused on russia ukraine belarus and eurasia at h. s. market alex. First of all a bill. Russian state media is reporting the order to crown. The plane was directly from president lukashenko's. So it's clear that he wants to be associated with this action isn't yet clear to the rest of us what he thinks he's doing a won't think from perspective of lukashenka it's clearly a very successful Operation by special forces In which they into subsets A person who from Soup from november last year was on the belarussian list of known terrorists so This is probably his way of thinking. We managed to get Ah terrorist and get him detained and And now he will face He will face punishment

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Belarus 'Diverts Ryanair Flight to Arrest Journalist', Opposition Says

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:12 min | 8 months ago

Belarus 'Diverts Ryanair Flight to Arrest Journalist', Opposition Says

"Authorities scrambled a fighter jet and flagged what turned out to be a full spam alert to force orion airplane to land on sunday and then detained opposition minded journalist who was on board during condemnation from europe and the united states in what was described by some e you leaders as a hijacking. The passenger plane flying from athens to lithuania were suddenly diverted to minsk the capital of belarus escorted there by a soviet era. Mig twenty nine fighter jet on its landing. authorities journalists roman protas savage into custody productivity had his head in his hands and was shaking when he realizes the flight was headed for minsk. Lithuania's delfi news outlet said quoting passenger later as lead away. According to the report he remarked all the death penalty here. The twenty six year old journalist worked for poland based online new service nexta which will cost of mass protests against belarussian president alexander lukashenko last year via the telegram messenger app at a time when it was hard for foreign media to do so pro to seven who now works for different telegram channel could mover is wanted in belarus on extremism charges and stands accused of organizing mass riots and of inciting social hatred allegations. He denies data showed. The plane was diverted just two minutes before. It was due to cross into lithuanian espace. Us foreign relations committee chairman. Bob menendez issued a statement with the heads of seven european parliamentary foreign affairs panels denouncing the force landing as an act of piracy. They called for a ban. On all overflights of belarus including to and from the country and for nato and easy you states to impose sanctions and suspend better russa's ability to use interpol poll. The us demanded a full investigation of an action. They said endangered the lives of the passengers including us citizens

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World Reacts to Belarus Plane ‘Hijacking’ and Arrest of Journalist

BBC Newshour

02:01 min | 8 months ago

World Reacts to Belarus Plane ‘Hijacking’ and Arrest of Journalist

"Alexander Lukashenko. And forced to change course to the capital of Belarus, Minsk where the prominent journalist Roman protest, Savage was seized. The action has variously been described as a state hijacking that was the Greek Foreign Ministry on active state terrorism that was the Polish prime minister. German, he said it could not remain without a clear consequence on the French have called for firm and four a firm and unified response. That's your first from two passengers who were on that flight, talking about the journalist Roman pretty Savage and his reaction when he found out the plane was being diverted to Minsk. You seen your harness from, say, significance of this morning, He said nothing. He just turned two people and said he was facing the death penalty. He was nervous at first, but later when he understood he couldn't change anything. He calmed down and accepted it. The chief executive of Ryanair, Michael O'Leary, condemned the actions, saying Sunday's events amounted to state sponsors sponsored piracy. He made his comments in an interview with the Independent Irish radio station used talk. This was a case of state sponsored I was a state sponsored hijack your state sponsored piracy and but unfortunate can't say much about it because the EU authorities and NATO are dealing with at the moment. We're debriefing. The crews are Cruise did a phenomenal job to get that aircraft and almost all the passengers out of Minsk After six hours, I think was very fighting for the crew for the passengers who were held under armed guard have their bags searched on when it was clear it appears that the intent of the Russian authorities was too Remove a journalist and his traveling companion on you know, we believe there was also some KGB agents offloading off the aircraft as well. Michael O'Leary was speaking to news hour on Sunday. Belarus is opposition leader Svetlana taken off Sky Air, who many recognizes the winner off presidential polls last year

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Ryanair Flight Forced to Land in Belarus

Street Talk with Chris Davies

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

Ryanair Flight Forced to Land in Belarus

"ryanair" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ryanair" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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Boeing 737 Max returns to U.S. skies after nearly 2 years

The KFBK Morning News

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Boeing 737 Max returns to U.S. skies after nearly 2 years

"Well the first commercial flight of a Boeing 7 37 Max aircraft in nearly two years, said to take place today on American Airlines. Max departs Miami for New York's LaGuardia Airport this morning, ABC. Jim Ryan joins us Live right now with more so, Jim, let's talk a little bit about the criteria. What did the FAA use here to deem that the Boeing 7 37 Max is ready to fly again? I must say it is really Sam from Boeing, a redesign of the max eight aircraft retraining of pilot and, of course, the FAA did its own investigation and its own infections of the Max eight aircraft. But it's been less than two years now completely redesigned plane now extremely complex that some are saying that it was with the grounding was not long enough that there should have been further investigations. Some family members of the hundreds of people who died in those two crashes in 2008 and 2920 18 2019 say that they want the plane to remain grounded on grounds that they say there were improprieties in the inspection process into the training of those pilots. So no doubt, not just those families, Jim. But the entire aviation world of the entire world, for that matter is going to be watching this flight. And I would imagine subsequent flights with 7 37 Max very closely over the course of the next few weeks and months, And is there some sort of a time frame? That they're giving this and then do they plan on expanding these flights in the not too distant future? Well, at least in an American airlines, you know they're going to continue using this aircraft United in Southwest are other huge customers of the 7 37 Max. They don't plan to fly their new aircraft until early to mid 2021 next year. Alaska Airlines has just ordered several dozen of the aircraft. So yeah, Ryanair, Also Europe's air air air of Azaz decided it wants to order more swell, so there's no real timetable. That they all have agreed upon. It's the airline's making their own decisions on when they want to ramp it up again. So at this point to your you've got the flight from Miami to LaGuardia. Is that the only one today of the 7 37, Max? Or is that just the first one out of the gate today and that there might be Mork coming up either today or or throughout the week? No plans for today. But throughout the rest of the week, If that seems like that, like 7 18 Miami to LaGuardia will fly using the max eight, so at least we know that those will be in the air. The interestingly I talked with the widow of a man who died in the Ethiopia crash. She says that passengers should be checking as they make reservations to see what kind of aircraft they are flying on something that most people don't even think about. But she says that people should be doing that for their own peace of mind. She's not convinced of the safety of the 7 37 Maxie, and she thinks that past me or should make an important decision about whether they want to fly on it. Today's flight. We don't know whether it's full or not, but these air paying passengers of American Airlines Miami

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The Story of The Wandering Pier

Black Women Travel Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

The Story of The Wandering Pier

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current shin and the name of your business. This this pair. I'm from trinidad. And tobago and london. And i'm currently located in nine malaysia. And my business. I work in the english language department. So i am an esl teacher at the moment. And when i'm not doing that. I'm traveling the world. Not in twenty twenty and when you say traveling the world like you mean literally taraborrelli. I think it would be easier for you to tell us where you have not been not yet not yet. I mean it's easier to tell you. I have been i don't know all were for. You've been out there so like i've been poking around in your life and a source he started like your blog. Mama sita garcia in twenty eleven on instagram and twitter. You're wondering pierre the wandering deer so you've just been like document team your travels from time and so now also also for those don't know trinidad. is just off the coast of venezuela So you got your little south america on a little bit too so okay just okay. Let's just go back. Just go back like just tell me all the things like when did you find your wanderlust. i would say that. It really came into play once i started. No actually that was more. Solo travel some jumping ahead there wunderlist. Last i think became more of a thing when travel became easier for me and that was in the form of my british passport so i have dual citizenship with the uk and trinidad and tobago and prior to that. It was just very restricting. You know like when you need a visa at just odds so much to To the plate when you want to travel somewhere. So i think because of that i had travelled you know Since i was young i had been to england and had been to the us. My mom made sure that we got to see a little bit of the world where she was able to make that happen And when i moved to england. I really do that much i. I went on a school trip to spain. And that's when i decided. I'm kinda live in spain. One day of but yeah generally it was. It was more when my passport opened up the doors to do it more freely and so it meant that in especially as a unique students i think. When did i get hospita. Gosh i can't remember probably like two thousand end saechsische ish somewhere around there maybe and Yeah just through. Uni knows before that story and then through union we would take these short trips because myth ryanair and easyjet is confined like super cheap flights. We wanted to explore more of the uk. But the costume. Going to like scotland would like the same cost is going to stockholm. So so we were. Just go out. And that's when it was really ignited. I would say the more i did it the more i wanted to do it and it was just really accessible in uni when that student loan came through i would pay what needed to be paid so like my accommodation any books any fees and then whatever was left was like right. Where can we go. Even if that meant a cades gonna be beans on toast for for the rest of the tim. The hours balanced the way it went so we would like and squeeze in trips here and there

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Boeing suffers more canceled orders for its 737 Max plane

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Boeing suffers more canceled orders for its 737 Max plane

"Boeing company is reporting more cancellations for at seven thirty seven Max jet Boeing reported eighty eight orders for the planes were canceled in November that pushes the total to five hundred and thirty six cancellations for the year virgin Australia had ordered forty eight next yes but that was revised down to twenty five the November figures don't include seventy five Max jets that Irish carrier Ryanair said it would purchase in a flashy news conference held last week the pandemic crush demand for air travel and despite revisions the Max itself still suffers from image problems after two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people a Brazilian airline plans to operate the first Max flight with paying passengers since the grounding twenty one months ago I'm Jennifer king

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Boeing Wins First Big 737 MAX Order Since Grounding

Tom and Curley

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Boeing Wins First Big 737 MAX Order Since Grounding

"Continues to grow for Boeing's revamped 7 37 Max. First American Airlines gave the jet it's first post grounding test flight yesterday. Now Europe's Ryanair is increasing its Max order by 75 planes at once themselves, convinced the days stand on the team in Seattle will be able to deliver the first of these aircraft early in the spring. The value of the order is now north of $22 billion. Max is manufactured exclusively in rent in

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Dow Jones Rises On Stimulus Hopes, Falling Unemployment Claims

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Dow Jones Rises On Stimulus Hopes, Falling Unemployment Claims

"7.4% the 80 yards of Ryanair. They're surging by 3.8%. It is an update on Wall Street, The Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ, all advancing. Records right now on the S and P has been swinging between gains and losses, records as well for the NASDAQ composite index now Jones Industrial Average right now, with 3040 closed today above 3046 would be a record for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Right now the Dow is up 153 points up by 5/10 of 1% s and P S up. Three. That's a gain of 1/10 of 1% as stack up 48 higher by four tents. 10 Year up. 5 30 seconds 10 Year Yield 100.91%. But why? Stocks touching records, The dollar is slipping as investors continue to monitor negotiations on fresh fiscal support from Washington again. SNP, reaching a record for a third consecutive day got to keep it locked into Bloomberg

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Ryanair gives Boeing a boost by ordering 75 more Max jets

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Ryanair gives Boeing a boost by ordering 75 more Max jets

"The airline that carries the most passengers in Europe last year it's signaling confidence in Boeing and the eventual return of air travel the Boeing company is getting a big boost from Ireland based discount airlines Ryanair which is purchasing seventy five more of the retooled seven thirty seven Max jets the announcement scenes are shot in the arm for Boeing the planes were grounded last year after two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people this is the most group nice most ordered aircraft in history Ryanair CEO Michael o'leary touted the plane's advantages important sixteen percent less fuel per seat and expressed confidence that customers will return as virus vaccines become more widely available we intend to accelerate the recovery of traffic tourism and jobs Jennifer king Washington

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"ryanair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"ryanair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Honestly, most them will know. But if anybody does, you know for the 1st 36 months were so spires so proud and so assured of these aircraft. Somebody wants to get off a max aircraft. We're gonna let him off. You go on the next flight operated by an N g. You know, there will be no quibbles about it because it is so safe. I think once people get on the plane, see the interiors enjoy the experience Quiet her more fuel efficient. On, you know, in the history off aviation, you know, 99 99 airfares have conquered almost every known fear of air travel and where will be lost in 9 99 airfares across from Ryanair across Europe next year. Customers will convert to these aircraft very quickly. I go back a couple of years, just with the 787 side issues with the lithium ion batteries, you know, Fixed, redesigned fixed. 77 has been a fantastically successful program. And the 737 Maxwell, too. I appreciate your time. Thank you very much. Indeed. My plane. Dave Calhoun. Thank you very much. Indeed. For your time. That was Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun and Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary. Discussing their deal for Ryanair, two by 737 Max JETS They were chatting with Bloomberg's Guy Johnson and Alex Steele. Let's bring it George Ferguson once again. George is the senior aerospace defense and airlines annals for Bloomberg intelligence. George just listening to that boy Michael O'Leary of Ryanair, really putting his support behind Boeing 7 37 Max in a big way. Well, he might not an equivocator, so I think it's a strong endorsement. I thought, actually one of the most interesting things in that discussion Woz he's already talking about in order for the Max 10. Yeah, I'm not sure why He didn't just get it done. Now get the right price yet. I don't know what he's talking about it following orders so easy isn't talking. You always talked his book, but We think if he was gonna negotiate that, if he was interested to be trying to play it again share, But so Yeah, you gave a strong endorsement. Yeah, it's interesting, You know, really a strong endorsement there for Boeing and looking at the stock. It's up about 7% today, George have talked to us about you know these 7 37 Max jets that air You know, you know, Honor you somewhere on the tarmac somewhere. I don't know They're out in Arizona Desert talk to us about when the final approval comes, What's the time frame for getting them in the air carrying passengers? Yeah. So, you know, I think Boeing wants to get those out of out of park status in tow in the customer's hands of serious possible. You know, our calculation of its 10 $12 billion worth of Cash that they could generate pretty quickly. What they've already taken cash into the airplane blowing a sedative. Be two years, Richard. They shouldn't be one year, but we just don't you two deliveries coming in 2021 so This is gonna be a couple of years. It's going to require a little bit of reworked. Not a lot of we worked a lot of software. We work with a limited wiling. He works. I don't think they're reworking the challenge. As much as getting the customers. Ready to take all those airplanes. We were wondering if some of this Ryanair order might come out of that sleep, but definitely from the you know from the press releases Houston today it looks like no, they're not. Reiner has a special version of the Max eight. It's got an extra door that you couldn't even more people in the airplane. And perhaps that's probably more of a modification. That boy must do. But it's gonna be a couple of years, Bones introduced an assassin possible. Delusion. One in three adults in America have pre diabetes, but most don't know it toe. Let people know it can be reversed before it becomes Type two diabetes professional basketball player Julius Randle is doing everything in reverse. I'm.

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"ryanair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"ryanair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sweeney and Vanni Quinn. Ray Teret. Thank you so much. We appreciate that. You've got a little bit of a green on the screen. Here. We have to have two small cap stocks outperforming. Let's get some details on that. Bloomberg stock center Dave Wilson joins his day what you looking at? I'm looking at the Russell 2000 index is up 1% Let's start. There s a closing the gap for the year to the S and P. 500, which today is only hired by 2/10 of a percent, So smaller companies bigger gains. The story of the day and the largest in the Russell belongs to Waddell and Reed Financial. Who's sicker is WDR, The money manager has jumped almost 50% after accepting a $1.7 billion takeover offer for Muster. Has McQuarry group Ness Co. Holdings seeker Ennis CEO has climbed. 46%, the industrial equipment dealer agreed to buy custom truck One source for $1.5 billion private equity firm Platinum Equity will invest more than $850 million in Mexico and on a 57% stake in the combined company. Michael's Take Her M I. K is advanced 20% fiscal third quarter. Rory's at the Arts and Crafts retailer beat analysts average estimate in the Bloomberg survey. Now the Russells Bastrop belongs to express ticker E x P R. Theater power retailers lost 22 a half percent after third quarter sales trail, the lowest projection and lands and ticker Ellie is fallen. 20%, the apparel maker and seller gave 1/4 quarter revenue forecast. Atmos estimates it gave it really seems like you, can you look at that rustle up 1% here versus you know the The recipe of 2% looks at that rotation. Trade is really has some legs here doesn't people looking at some of the cyclicals and some of the small captors Yeah. I mean, that certainly was the story of November when you consider the Russell was up 18%, its biggest monthly gain on record, you know, going back to when the indexes first compiled in the late 19 seventies, you look at this week mean Russell started out with the decline. But it's basically back to where it was, Uh, you know, at the end of last week, and so, you know, I mean, you may be looking at a record, and that tells you something too mean given, uh, what we've seen. I mean, the first three days of December of brought gains, so you know, it's really continuation of what we saw last month. You have really interesting. So that rotation trade certainly taking hold having some legs here? Bloomberg stocks Editor Dave Wilson. Thank you so much for that We love getting the theme update on what's happening in the world of small cash. We tend to overlook that a little bit, sometimes focusing on the S and P and Dow NASDAQ. At the expense of the Russell where a lot of companies resign or a lot of opportunities are for people here on this rotation trade coming up. We're waiting for a discussion on Bloomberg Television between Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun and Reiner CEO Michael O'Leary. They announced the deal today for some planes to be acquired by Ryan Air. Let's chat with George Ferguson, senior aerospace, defense and airlines annals for Bloomberg intelligence on what we might hear. So George talked us a little bit about this deal for Boeing with Ryanair seems like really good news for Boeing here. Yes, Thanks, Paul. I think it's absolutely endorsement here for The Boeing Max and the pictures that have taken place and is where where Ryanair sees that whole process. They must feel pretty comfortable of the airplanes viability. We've been saying it's viable, so they did. If you're pretty comfortable in there, they're coming in for a nice size order. 75. I actually thought it might have been Larger and I think it's not larger. Maybe a testament to the fact that we heard the Boeing CEO Calhoun say they're not gonna buy themselves back into the market or something like that on an exact quote, But I think maybe The person that you know, we knew Ryan. There was sort of sniffing around looking for order. Actually, I think it's been at least two years. So they love to buy airplanes cheap like Jesse's that maybe Only he didn't get quite the presence he wanted and sort of stepped in for 75, but a good endorsement. Great endorsement for the airplane. Good news for Boeing, probably good news for Ryanair. S o. George Parker's about this 737. Max. You know, I just speaking for myself, you know if I were to, you know, actually take a flight, which is a huge if here in this pandemic world. I walked up to the gate and I looked out the window in a sauce. 737 Max parked in my gate. I'd have no problems getting on the plane. I might, um I the exception Or how do you think this plan is gonna be kind of embraced by The airlines as well and the passengers. You know, I think that I think that the public has sort of a short Memory on somebody's thing, And I think there are some people that would be concerned about flying the max. Given the history, I think that you know, really some of their concerns. We put the bed by the fact that The FAA and European regulators really poured over the airplane to make sure it's safe. They really don't want egg on their face with another problem the airplane and we're now gonna have simulator training for the pilots transitioning from the 7378 to the max. You think she also give people covered? I think you'll see advertising campaigns. Around some of those, you know some of that training Look again. I think that there will be a short memory and, you know, sort of have a Ryanair buying here Have this airplane feathering into their fleet out of 2021 American starts to fly. I think it's the end of the year here. Given the news around the pandemic, I think it'll get lost. I think there won't be As much reticence to fly the airplane had there not been sort of the backdrop of a lot more bigger news stories right right now. So, George, I think the last time we chatted, one of the session points was China. It's really important that China certify the 737 max a. It's a huge market B. It's an economy that's actually growing. They're out of their locked down there. People are beginning to travel. Any sense of when we'll get the green light from China, as relates to the 737 Max. Yeah, I'm hearing that. You know, potentially, we could do something like that in the new year..

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Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

"Boeing may be on the verge of selling more of its 7 37 MAX planes, details from Kemal's great Herschel Bloomberg News reports. Ryan Air could make the announcement as soon as tomorrow. Europe's biggest discount airline already has 135 MAX jets on order and options to bring that total to 200 or more. Analysts say a significant order from a customer like Ryanair would bolster confidence in the ground and Max and help replenish a Boeing backlog has been depleted. Since the start of the pandemic. The airline's chief executive officer, Michael O'Leary, has called the Max again Game changer that will allow Ryan air to add capacity while reducing fuel burn. Neither side is commenting beyond that. Greg Hirsch Holt Co. Moh

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Nick Monroe on his passion for working the hardest

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Nick Monroe on his passion for working the hardest

"Hello everyone welcome to another episode of the tennis. Dot com podcast. I'm one of your hosts nina pantic. I'll be joined by irena falconi as usual. Our special guest is doubles. Pro nick monroe. He's currently ranked inside. The top hundred in doubles has been as high as number two hundred fifty three in singles and number thirty doubles. He recently reached the quarterfinals of the french. Open with tommy paul. And he's probably one of the most motivated guys on tour. The bodies having a passion for the game in our interview with him he shares what keeps him going and it's really really impressive. He tells us what's been the hardest part of twenty twenty. What cova testing is like all. The different tournament bubbles that he's been a part of why he's been teaming up with singles players so much lately including frances tiafoe at the upcoming australian open and he shed some insight into what it's like working with his father from a very young age and even now after twenty years on the atp tour and he also tells us why austin is such a good home base for him. He's become one of the newest faces on tennis john alive and doing some commentary. We ask him all about that experience. Let's get into our interview with nick. Monroe all right nick. Monroe welcome to the podcast. How you doing great. Thanks for having me tell us where you are you back home with where we're in the world are you. Yes i'm in austin texas right now. discuss back a few days ago from europe so i spent almost two months over there. playing the french open alone and antwerp so few events over there and and so yeah just happy back home but i feel like it's been awhile since i've been back home but but it feels good to be able to play tennis again but now back home and enjoying that side of it. Are you shutting it down for the year you done. Yes shutting down for the year. I think there's only a couple more tournaments left on the calendar. Atp wise in a few challenges but we Were having to go to australia. Kinda mid december like december fifteen. Sixty something like that suspended down for the year and then and then gear up for heading over there was for you the hardest part of the shutdown and where did you spend not period. What ours far. The shutdown was just not having any idea. When we're gonna play again you know and just kind of trying to figure out schedules and you know. Should i practice this week or next week or you know what kind of preseason should i have leading into whatever. The events might be But i spent my entire time in austin. Texas home base Might you're at my wife. My dad lives here. My brothers use a lotta a lotta time And yeah i mean it was actually. A joke is is a longest time that i've spent in austin in ten years. I've been here ten years the longest you know few months. I was here back to back. Which norma down for a few weeks a month or something but you know to be here for two and a half months was fun you know. I got to see a different side of austin. I got see the hot side of austin. I never really been here. Got it in the beginning of summer. He's it's hot here. You know people are like yeah. Living for ten years. I was like i never. I never knew the side of austin so this is new yaser. Yeah this is normal. Wasn't normal for me so he asked the great. It's been great. I mean you just have to kind of just roll with the punches and take the positive out of family's not a bad thing. Yeah no hanging with family was great and again it was just. It was more decided. Like oh wait when training. Or what do i start doing you know and just not having an something to work for but but then once we on a new term coming back in a certain date that yeah we get back it knowing you though you probably never stopped working out yeah. I didn't really stop working in the gym. I love that side of it. I love this kind of trying. Stay as fit as i can be. Try to be the best athlete that i can be. Which winston can help on a tennis court whenever you start actually hitting balls so it shows where creepy where a lot of players that we talked to your base in florida and california. Tell me why austen what drew there. You know what i moved here. Ten years ago there was a coach. Grant doyle who worked the same query and ryanair said Back in a day so coach grant who i knew from a long time ago. So he was he was here and so ten years ago. I wanted to work with him. my best friend from college jeff boyd weights on his way to carolina was living here. So kinda worked out. I was like all right. I'll work with gran. If my buddy jeff and i'll just kind of dry i was doing and and yeah so it really worked out fell in love with the city You know and brain actually left after few years by the city stayed here ever since so and the next thing you know. My brother moved here about four years ago. My dad was here a couple of years ago and my mom lives in dallas. So everyone's kind of close by that's really cool. So who do you ain't with now. So now i mean my dad. So my dad coach we from years old So yeah so. I'm i'm working with 'em and and then A lot of beauty players are close by in downtown austin so ut is just the two minute drive away. So i hit with a lot of the guys there in an initial local as with. But it's very. I mean it's great training base. I work with land sutin. Who worked with. Andy roddick on the Business side of things so career so lance my fitness trainer. He works major league. Baseball guys will have a good team here. in just yeah i mean i just really enjoyed austin very laid back and It's a great spot to be.

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Europe stocks fall as continent faces rise in virus cases

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Europe stocks fall as continent faces rise in virus cases

"Germany's DAX is down three percent as the country's daily new infections reach a record. The CAC. Forty in Paris is off two point three percent the morning after President Emmanuel macron imposed a new curfew in the country's capital here in London the footsie is sliding two percent just this hour further restrictions on social gatherings were imposed in the city investors are piling into. SAFE HAVENS S stocks fall European government bond prices are rallying. Meanwhile those travel restrictions are causing more turbulence for the airline Industry Europe's biggest air carrier Ryanair announced this morning it's further slash capacity for the winter from sixty percent down to just forty percent

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"ryanair" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"ryanair" Discussed on KOMO

"Customer, Ryanair, saying today that he's optimistic it could happen before the end of the year in the United States, and expects European regulators to allow its returned by early next year. Hurricane Delta has made landfall over the Gulf Coast. The category two storm came ashore near Creole, Louisiana this evening. There are really fears the hurricane could leave a devastating mark on the storm battered Louisiana, just weeks after the same region took a pounding from Hurricane Laura. Meteorologist. Matthew Capuchin is watching this closely for the Washington Post and spoke with comas. Jeff Pooja, first off what makes this one different. Think this one is one of the few that really gives the double whammy. This area saw significant Category four Hurricane Just about five and have six weeks ago. And now we're doing it all again with a high end cat one little tattoo, which you know it's not that of a storm, but you have to keep in mind. There's so much debris on the ground. I'm in Lake Charles right now, and there are mountains of trash and shrapnel. That's out of the road, all left over from the former storm, and now we're doing it all again. These folks really have dealt with a lot every year. The National Hurricane Center creates a list of names to be used for tropical storms and hurricanes. That list of names has long been exhausted. And now they're using the letters of the Greek alphabet. Hence Delta. Why so many storms this year? That is a really good question. Something probably convicted Lee coupled, Kelvin Wave basically picture someone in a stadium doing away. And everyone throws their hands up once and that kind of goes around saving everyone putting down at one same thing happened in the tropics. This batch of rising air went up around the tropics. And as a result, when that came around to the Atlantic de produced a lot of upward motion and that helped generate more storms, And as a result, we were able to get a lot of them. Most haven't been significantly intense with have the exception. Of course, lore was pretty impactful. You say it was strong. We had a few over the open Atlantic like Teddy that were pretty nasty. But most Have been well behaved. This one, of course, the exception, but headland falls in one here. That's remarkable. Has there been any storm season like this in history? 2005. We use the Greek alphabet, but that time around, you know it was just off the charts in terms of the number of strong storms. We saw. Rita was that year Katrina was that year And of course, I remember Katrina strong category that came ashore in Louisiana and death made in New Orleans with a very heavy surge of this summer, and we didn't see as much surgeon you know, affecting the Gulf Coast. But still, it only takes one storm and this one could push ashore. 7 to 11 FT. Storm surge in some areas and isn't there a storm season and and aren't we approaching the end of it? Yeah, start winding down soon. But there's actually another area over the Eastern Atlantic should be a fish storm, but still something that National Hurricane Center and other meteorologist on monitoring right now, not a 20% chance development down the road so Nothing imminent. They're occurring after Delta, but still we can't let her guard down leaves the end of November on Lee, then should we start to breathe a.

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"ryanair" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"ryanair" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Aug with more minutes with Ryanair's the district district number three currently held by Valerie Espinoza she is term limited out and Brian would love to be the next PRC commissioner from Sanofi's Democrat will be on the ballot in the primary come June second actually we can start building as of yesterday so Brian renewable energy are we doing anything right do we need to do more what are we doing right what are we doing to slowly well right now we're at about two percent generation overall for new Mexico and you know clearly we have to do a lot more between now and twenty twenty five to me the first milestone of each year one thing I would say though is this is just north of Santa Fe but it's in the district's district screen gives you look at the kid Carson Colo and what they've done with renewable energy it's it's kind of a a grad worker in the nation yep well right now there should be no most of their vote during the day a new mobiles and they H. my understanding of order to large batteries each in excess of ten megawatts to help them get through the peak evening hours when people get home from work should try another slot coolers with their AC so that's the type of thing we need to be looking at doing more of New Mexico has vast untapped ability to generate electricity through renewable means and we need to be looking at that more in Seoul I would like to hold the usually leads to a high standard as a commissioner to try to smooth out some of the more contentious aspects of what goes on there and I think I could do that but just understanding the job V. relationship between the PRC and the regulated utility New Mexico P. N. M. for decades was one of subservience of that is started to in the last few years started to change also the direction the tone the public relations a P. and M. is also starting to change for the better do you see that I don't know within a few years that there is a the PRC and PNM we're kind of on the same direction wears right now they've been kind of budding has because of us and one and and coal generation well yes there was a lot of friction okay let's step back a second okay the network the network and regulations would be signed with a different times when we could be we could afford to be more deliberative more slow the technology that's coming online now is adding a lot of stress to the system because the system wasn't designed to handle that so we have to look at that and since you know when you're an expert staff member at the pier senior presented with the new technology we're going to be conservative about you to say well this is going to be used and useful in twenty years is it a prudent investment now is it going to be reliable what's the what's the history of this solution they're proposing and that you know when there was a disagreement about that they did because a lot of friction and so I have been going through some of this with telecom I understand the stresses and strains that the changes in the network is causing that how do we address that in the process that the cure she does its work and so that we have the ETA in a pretty clear road map I think there is going to be more productive relationships not just between me and them but to co ops could be regulated as well take a M. sixty ninety hundred twenty seconds your your choice and tell people why they should vote for you for the PRC Brian they should vote for me because of my background in public interest service I was a Peace Corps volunteer I believe that the role of government is to set a policy and then let the private sector achieve that I'm not another commanded control freak you should vote for me because I'm coming to this in good faith and I believe that the tears she can improve life for new Mexicans through judicious regulation I have a judicial temperament I know how to make sure that everybody is heard and that we arrive at the best solution but there is a hearing and I have invested heavily in new Mexico emotionally and I've made my life here and I want to continue to sure the government insured the people and that's why you should vote for me how many of the Democrats running this one other democratic arm all right are you do you have any events do you have any forms or you guys do you know doing any kind of virtual debates tomorrow we've done the league of women voters head of events there two nights ago okay and the please hold you back to co it is a debate by us as well okay I'm having an open house June open house you can go to my Facebook page Brian Harris for two years he then get along to you for that and I hope to do some other events between now and then and I'll be posting about that of my website are people able to donate to your campaign for your website yes Sir Brian Harris for PRC dot com do you have any yard signs and bumper stickers no okay we should have a debate little did you it best of luck Brian it's been a pleasure to get to know you and thanks for coming on the show Richard thank you so much it's been a pleasure talking to you and keep up the good work he keeps and if they informed thank you Sir forty one minutes after three o'clock come back we'll talk about Venezuela bay of pigs going on down in Venezuela are we involved the administration and what's going.

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"ryanair" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"ryanair" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Listeners like you who support KQ we day it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I know well king good morning we have news this morning about the financial hit that Boeing has taken because of its seven thirty seven MAX planes the company you might remember had to ground to those planes earlier this year after two crashes one in Ethiopia and one in Indonesia three hundred forty six people died in those crashes now this morning Boeing has issued its financial results for April may and June and and here is Jim zarroli was paying attention good morning Jim good morning so what did Boeing say has happened to it over the past couple of months well we knew from Boeing it had it already warned last week that it lost a lot of money during the second quarter just confirm that this morning its revenues are down thirty five percent from the same time last year it also said its revenue forecasts are likely to change because of uncertainty about the seven thirty seven MAX company have previously said it expects the plane to return to service by the end of this year it has had some trouble getting these planes clearance to fly so Boeing said today it's working with regulators to determine when the plane can fly again when he knows more of it will come back and provide new new guidance about how much it it helps to make into put this in context for us what is the grounding of this particular plane such a big problem for Boeing well because seven thirty seven Max's Boeing's best selling aircraft and so so it is taking a big financial hit it's delivered fewer than half as many planes to airlines as it did last year it has to compensate airlines when they can't fly the planes then there's the cost from all the lawsuits it's it faces so this is been a real real setback for the company and it's not over big setback for Boeing but what about the airlines yeah big problem for them to the airlines all over the world event to cut flights rearrange schedules American Airlines said this month that had to cancel seventy eight hundred flights during April may and June Ryanair which is a big budget airline in Europe had really big expansion plans for next year now it's having to scale back those planes reduce the number of cities it flies to so you can imagine these airlines are really happy the big danger for Boeing is that some of these airlines could begin to take their business elsewhere especially to Airbus and if if if they take too long getting the planes back in the air really has to regain credibility and not just with the airlines but with the flying public too Jim is blowing a big enough company for its problems to impact the US economy as a whole yeah I mean remember Boeing is just one manufacturer but but it buys a lot of products from other companies like engines from G. E. or you know it hires engineering companies and metal fabricators and all kinds of companies all kinds of contractors its tentacles reach really far into the U. S. economy I spoke to Greg Gacko who is the chief US economist at Oxford economics he says there's already evidence that Boeing's troubles are affecting the economy as a whole we're already seeing some signs of slowing momentum in the US economy and slowing business investment overall and this latest saga pertaining to the seven three seven Max is likely to continue to weigh on business investment Jack has said that he's calculated that Boeing's troubles probably shaved about a tenth of a percentage point off of U. S. growth during the second quarter economy is already slowing down Boeing's troubles are just can make it slower a little bit more and here's Jim zarroli in New York thanks Jim you're welcome a telescope now under construction promises to revolutionize astronomy it's being built atop a mountain in Chile and the antics it's called the L. S. S. T. it is a survey telescope taking wide angle views of the sky and this telescope is expected to spot rare events that previously have been a hard or impossible to find NPR science correspondent Joe Palca toured the telescope's construction site the telescope is situated in an ideal spot for viewing the heavens it's called several Petron about nine thousand feet above sea level inside a large white building about a dozen people have come for a look around this is basically a piece which you see here is gonna be a control room Jack Sebag is assembly manager for the telescope we're in a large brightly lit but very empty white room the future control room is in a building connected to the telescope but a few.

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"ryanair" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"ryanair" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hundred and thirty four dollars Barscelona round trip, two hundred and thirty nine dollars. That's just it's who knows what those prices are based on some weird algorithms of some kind supplied demand. Who knows it. It's absolutely crazy that you can get better deals into Europe. Then you can't fly almost anywhere within the USA on around trip deal even with advanced planning. And you had talked about one to go to the Malta. I believe, yes. Direct flight, the Malta's difficult, but European local airfares on Ryanair EasyJet, and Flybe are much lower priced than what you usually find the US, so you could look to a flight say to Madrid, which has a major airport, or possibly even Barcelona and then shop around to see if you've what the price would be to fly from Barcelona or Madrid to Malta and you might be able to get that round trip for a hundred and fifty dollars. So all of a sudden that makes that affordable. Hey. Are those Ryanair in those okay? Do you have to stand up, what's the conditions like in those inter-european super cheap airline Ryan air? It's not very different from flying on the low cost airlines here in the US on the LBJ and on the frontiers. And on the, the other one's spirit. This lost my spirit. You know, I'm not a big fan of spared, and, and I'm not a big fan of any of those. But if you're traveling, it economy, you know, with the same carry on loads on, and you flying on a major carrier like American United or whoever it happens to be. It's not going to be that much different than it would be. If you went on one of these low cost carriers because they're doing it to compete with them. And if you're just going to be flying, you know, just Madrid Malta then okay do it because I have a lot of friends at fly on, on those on those airlines all the time, and it's, it's kind of. Different in Europe. Because you're protected by a lot of European policies that you don't have the US. Yeah. So, okay. You know it's, it's not bad. I have a four day weekend on. I think we all do on fourth of July. It's, it's not like I'm taking it off. It's mandatory. And I'm happy to have it be mandatory. This four days and four days is too much to sit around the house. So if you see anything. Leaving. Who I don't know. Thursday morning camera back Sunday, something like that. Let me know. So back to this Pakistani flight PK something or other. And a woman said she thought the exit was a men's restroom. How is that possible? Really, if you unless you're insane, some how could anyone ever really think it was a restroom. You know there was a time when when you were flying. It was not a sky greyhound. You know, not everybody flew and I suspect, maybe this was the first time the one was on the flight..

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"ryanair" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ryanair" Discussed on KOMO

"Two hours to shop. Every line is law is about maybe two lines as close but other than that every line is packed. They're barely bascus. When you go in. Lisa, and Tom, I will tell you the thing that has surprised me. The most today was the guy I kidding washing his car at one of those do it yourself car washes. I don't know why. Because it seems like it's going to get all dunked up from driving around and all this snow and sand. And speaking of that I have seen several DOT plows out today. And I'm sure they'll be hard at work. Thankfully, the freeways were pre-treated. So they have stayed relatively bare so far although that snow is starting to build up in the other good news about that is those things have plows in the front and in the back where it's more of a dump truck. They are loaded with what looks like a couple of tons of salt in an effort to keep the road. But remember side streets are also going to be dangerous. And when you go over the ramps, and the overpasses you want to be careful because that's elevated off the ground. So it doesn't get as much warmth, which means they will ice over a lot more quickly. So bottom line ferry safe while you're out there. Reporting live installments county Ryanair it's called. Oh news. Ryan mentioned the gentleman. We assume washing his car today. One of the more bizarre stories I've heard over the last week was on Monday. And you know about all the snow and ice we had on Monday that someone decided to drive their McLaren into town. If you're not familiar with McLaren supercar rear wheel drive with a whole lot of horsepower. And things did not go. Well,.

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"ryanair" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"ryanair" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Nine thousand five pounds men got the job done in the two mile chase. Kevin obviously there was no foot which was a shame. And he's gone off a very very short price. Favourite bought he can only beat with put in front of him. We'll talk about the tragedy of the race towards the end. But let's deal with the winner. First of all, he's come away. Six linked winner. If you're wasn't around as ruby was saying he'd be supreme novice hurdle winner of an champion chase winner. But he's he's a top class racehorse. It's just a matter of finding the right target from Cheltenham, I should have. We don't need to say much about this race went bits little bits. And he wanted as his former entitled to do we always much better horse than ordinary world waves on that for years? So it did learn anything champion chases his race. And I'm sure here on another big race there. But he's not as good as to your on outdoors day, not even close to you know, thing that they'll then on that notion. Go for the Reiner wrote them in the race that suits the best of who knows out your could could see his writer at the star. Who knows I think you have to run the horse in the race? The suits the best you can never be afraid to one. You never know what will happen in this. Great game, fire router heroic indicate motor and finish. The second run of the Ryan air. Run to freely be drunk uptown. I suspect Jane they'll skills to the race thing that can win which is the Ryanair. They'll try and avoid your. Daily daily their options open until the day before declaration, and they'll see what what ROY the Ryanair's shaping up but waiting patiently in a couple of horses likely to turn up in the Ryanair. I it's going to be no walkover either. So as Kevin says a lot of people will avoid Al to your and the Queen Mother could turn out to be probably raised. Maybe not a lot of strengthen debt. I'm only pure speculating, but I'd imagine a lot of people wouldn't try to avoid out your and as a result Ryanair might turn into real competitive rates. So I'd say the boy, they're tying. He's a really he's a real money-spinner this harsh his multiple grade. One winner I'd love to have a horse him Bush within learn new Boden at the weekend. It was just a racecourse gallop, really. It's going badly wrong with Saint calbos cove. Yeah. He's run. Okay. Just okay. And he made just like, I don't take that would have been his ground. I really don't think it was. But there you go. He he's run. Okay. But he needs to show that he's he's up to this or her level. He hasn't. He made a great star Mace Bush. He hasn't really fun of that through just yet. And I think maybe softer ground would help them show. But it can really do Henry drone did a brilliant job. Specialty are I know he was the horse that you were particularly fond of Kevin you were tweeting that video of jumping from one county into another. He was fantastic jumper, and that was no way for him to go. He's gone out in this. She really sides harsh Cebu, you wouldn't have to be, you know, a real aficionado of the game to have taken a reluctant to everyone loves a bowl Joe in front runner that tries is hired as he does was capable of just making you, and I so much. He must be an absolute joy to right. You know, he feels like he's been around forever. And he's been around a long time. He had some great days for its connections the champion chase. Of course, will perhaps be best known for today that that Dovan was beaten shot a short price. Jesus. Stuck his head out that day and those couple of days around Kempton and Sandown us stop. He was an absolute joy was really really sad to see you both for three. We see some sad things in this game. And I just felt really really bad for his connections now because he's a horse that you would have loved to is a horse loves have had out there. Paddock now for the next ten years. Looking at the Meyer..

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"ryanair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"ryanair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ireland's Ryanair holdings has risen five point two percents. The carrier disclose plans to cut costs by scrapping unproper. Portable roots and bases and re renegotiating airport and supplier contracts, the proposal was outlined in a letter to a place and South Africa's Goldfields has gained three point six percent. A person may or the matter said the precious metal minor wants to merge with rival AngloGold Ashanti Goldfields said the report was factually incorrect. Nonetheless, its shares are higher, and it's ADR's to AngloGold's ADR's up one and a half percent, Charlie. And we thank you very much. Dave wilson. Speaking of gold up seven tenths now twelve eighty four the south to the bell will be hearing from IBM shares lower now by one point three percent, recapping stocks, lower the Dow tumbling three hundred sixty five down one and a half percent and down one and a half percent as well. Nasdaq down one point eight percent, I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you, Charlie. Sista ghostwriters from the US and China sat down and Beijing after a Christmas meltdown and global markets. President Trump has sought to. To calm investors and claim his trade talks with China are making great strides. But that glosses over a more uncomfortable reality for more on all of this. We're joined now by Jenny Leonard Bloomberg news trade reporter. She is in our DC. Bloomberg ninety nine one studios in Washington DC and Jenny. What is the uncomfortable reality? Well, the uncomfortable reality is that the Trump administration or US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer, who's leading the talks for the Trump administration has made really clear through a three hundred page report from his department that the big issue that the US has with China is IP theft and forced tech transfer and those issues are, you know, laid out in this in this very detailed report. And it's the maker break issue in any kind of deal that they will cut and actually on that issue. There hasn't been any engagement yet. And we're about a month out from this crucial deadline where tariffs on two hundred. A billion worth of Chinese goods can can be ratcheted up to twenty five percent if they don't reach any sort of satisfactory outcome here. So this is a serious threat to the to the talks. Well, it depends on who you ask. I would say which is always the case and this administration probably on all policies, but definitely on trade for the more hawkish side for your straight Representative Robert lighthizer for sure this is the makeup break issue for others administration. Who are as we reported are pushing the president more to look at at the numbers at the stock market and see that, you know, good news coming out of these China talks will actually help him with those numbers for them. It's probably not the make or break issue. But what we've heard from the Goshi eaters who were in Beijing earlier this month. And from from the negotiators in Beijing is that there was there was really sort of talking past each other on that issue. There was the US side led by deputy US, Jeff garish who is, you know, just citing from that report that's been public since since last August, and and was just citing from that report to say like, look we have this problem with this with this problem. You need to fix this. And the Chinese side in response saying, well, we don't think that's true. Do you have any proof for us? So so if that's any indication of where we are right now. It's it's really talking past each other. Yes, jenny. I thought that the Chinese have made some proposals to fix IP problems. What gives? Yeah. So those proposals that were rolled out. I in the lawyer this month. Right earlier this month and last month after the two presidents met those proposals are really just proposed laws, and those proposals are the devil is in the details. As we always say with this stuff, and the Chinese laws don't necessarily translate into how the situation actually is on the ground plus a proposed law going into effect in next year, or whenever is maybe not good enough to any for anyone to. To be part of this deal right now. So you know, the proof is really in the pudding, but the White House. I think it's indicative of of. Of what the Chinese have offered so far that the White House has not commented on any of them. There's been no Larry cudlow were Steven Mnuchin on TV saying, this is great. The Chinese have just put this out. And we just want to flag for everyone in the media that we have aknowledged. This is happening. None of that has happened so far and we've seen this with other things that the Chinese have put forward, for example, when they said they would lower their auto tariffs. So so I think on on this specific issue. It seems like the administration at least publicly is actually very United behind. The fact that this is the make or break issue. And right now the leverage is there because they aren't talking publicly about anything that the Chinese have put forward so far. So it's going to be really interesting to see how this is playing itself out next week when we have the US and China sit down again about a half minute left here. Refresh our memory on what this new round of tariffs would be. The new round of tariffs would be the two hundred billion that are currently at ten percent. President Trump has said when he had dinner with president Xi that the tariffs that were supposed to go up to twenty five percent on those two hundred billion in Chinese goods would be delayed for ninety days. The ninety days are up on my second. So if by much one we don't have anything coming out of these talks, the president would automatically ratchet them up unless we hear from him again to say, these talks could be extended. But that's a very open question. Jenny letter. Bloomberg news trade reporter keeping score on all this force. Thank goodness. Thanks. Thank you, Jenny. Let's get back to Bob mood now for a check on world and national news, Bob, Peter, a divided US supreme court cleared president Donald Trump's administration to start barring most transgender people from serving in the armed forces. Although it stopped short of agreeing to hear arguments on an expedited basis as the administration sought a high court gave the administration a major victory by letting the ban take effect. A hint the justices ultimately will uphold the restrictions for hundreds of thousands. Federal workers and contractors at all comes down to this idle time without pay or four many doing their usual jobs for the past month. But still not being paid for it. Imagine what that would mean to you. If your boss told you you had to work, but you were not going to get paid democratic Representative Kathy. Castor of Florida says thirty two days is too long for this to go on. But there's no sign the two sides are any closer to a compromise despite the president's offer to negotiate on the so-called DACA program. Republicans have drawn up a funding Bill the Democrats refuse to support. Democrats have a proposal Republican say they won't press secretary of state, Mike Pompeo addressing delegates via video link at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland took on President Trump's conciliatory stance with Russia despite international criticism and sanctions demanded by congress over various actions. Taken by President Vladimir Putin Pompeo insisted the US in Russia are not doomed to a Cold War rivalry. We're not destined to be antagonised. We can do better than that. But it will take a Russian change in their outlook and behavior in the world in order to achieve that did not travel to Switzerland for the conference because of the partial government shutdown global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Bob moon..

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"ryanair" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:01 min | 3 years ago

"ryanair" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Time for more travel talk travel with Stephanie Abrams. Building is an absolute joy to be with the Marquis Sapiro affectionately called nNcholas because that's his name, and he is the current owner. And with his family occupies, a wonderful historic home in Malta in the phenomenal city of Valetta place that you've got to spend a lot of time in when you are in Malta, and I greatly courage, you pack, a bag. If budget is a problem or you're just trying to be frugal take a look at flying from the US to Ireland, and there are some really great fairs a look at times of the year before they or before the end of April and after September because you'll find it's more advantages economically when you get the Dublin spent some time there, you'll have some fun on the way out in the way. Back. Hop a flight with Ryanair just check the luggage requirements pack for your Ryanair portion because any international flight, you take from the US is going to allow you more more pounds in your baggage. Then they're going to allow you on Ryanair. So check the luggage and size restrictions are and hop of flight on Ryanair, which will cost you. I promise you next to nothing to fly from. Dublin to Malta if you find a flight with a big major airline that you love that flies to Malta. It's going to be a connection anyway. But I promise you flying into any other city in Europe and connecting to Malta will cost you more than flying into Ireland's and connecting to Malta. So have a look at that. And even if you've got the pockets, the less you spend on the air, the more money, you'll have to spend when you're on the ground, and when you get to Malta, there's so much you're going to want to see and do and shopping and restaurants and fabulous hotels, and one of the places that you need to stop. Visit is the castle Rocca Piccola the home of the Marquis para and his family, and we were just reviewing that. You can come by and take a tour Monday through Saturday weekly. Ten AM eleven AM, noon, one two three and four o'clock on the dot tours. Come through the house, their guided tours and you'll get lots of information. So you'll really get a good understanding of the history of this house and its relationship to the growth and development in history of Malta, where did we leave off necklace with ticket in the sense talking about good government? Let me just give you one quick example. When you speak about good government. You must think about the poor and the sick and the nights were in power. But they were hospitalised defecation was to look after the poor and the sick, they became very grand very strong, but just into this hospital when they built a hospital they had award for six hundred beds. Every patient. No matter how poor had to be addressed as my Lord with a bow. And every patient was served on shining Silva that was a compliment to the sick and to the poor. Have we lost that? Yes, we've lost that have we lost. But how would we even lost the respect for someone who has special medical needs and doesn't have the funds to pay properly for what it is that they need or even have enough funding to be able to buy themselves insurance to cover. You know? It reminds me of what you're speaking nNcholas. The greeks. At a welfare system and part of their welfare system when people came to collect whatever it was they collected to support themselves. They were also given tickets to the theater. How wonderful because there was this cultural connection that just because you had no money you're poor. You shouldn't be deprived of the experience of going to the theater who's out there. Is it the parrot notes? It's the guy. I think I'm going to have to shut the door. Okay. Let's shut the door. Hang on. We'll take a pause. So there's a tour actually coming through at this point. And we're out a second level of the building of the Kesse. Rocca Piccola in a darling study with lots of artwork everywhere. And so. The marquees of the Piero has closed this ancient door somebody's made off with the old hardware. That's thing. It's fallen brass knob. But clearly, it's it looks like an original door, and we'll have a little quiet. So we may actually hear the tour group coming into the next room. But maybe not in any event. We liked the ambiance. So where were we we were talking about the Greeks gave people on welfare as part of their welfare tickets to the theater, I have to tell you in the United States if a welfare program in any state in the US also provided theater tickets in New York, New York City gave theater tickets, the people on welfare, I think there were people that would just have heart attacks diet the thought, but there's something very humane about taking care of people. Listen to this. This is another stunner. There were slaves in those days. It was a perfectly normal thing. Battles captured a ship. You take staves they take us swap around but recently in our family archives? The ancestors used to be in charge of a lot of the purchases. For the nights in Malta, and he was doing very well for himself and the manga his books in the seventeen hundreds who seized by AT pairs of sandals, which he adds for the saves at the palace. I asked around I said, what did all these days? They had pages and other the why slaves. They were in charge mainly of the kitchen. Now, if you went on good terms with your cook you in grave danger of losing your life. They could pose. And so of the because of their the goodness that. Being I deal for Moga that people even from the enemy side. The mandate. Cooks and they were worked in the palace. It's an incredible thing to actually focus on property. I still can't work it out. But most of the captured slaves a lot of them. Lots of them. To them. Would work, you know, in the in house throws things they're probably better off here. Then getting back to that in country with the mentality of the date, if you are a seven to a very much a servant, you are almost to save. Anyway, they probably provided it here. Well, you know, you drive around places including in Ireland where so many of the walls that you see. Surrounding states and dividing farmlands and whatnot were often built by those who crashed from the Spanish armada. Yes. On the west coast of Ireland. And that's what they did. I mean. Was. This is quite credible. What is in this house that people see when they come to? Visit nNcholas they see. We'll they see our ambitions. There could people's pretensions. Oh, it doesn't stop there. What would be the pretensions? I mean, it's trying to be grand really, isn't it. People were successful have little palace. They knew they would sell it tastes. And I as I tell people it's not only don't turn your nose up too much because older lovely things. Yeah. Lots of them. Not all like VO add agreed to the tradition. We're made by the co workers. I mean, you have to admire that the talent the painters, the the the Jewish. It's all the a great glimpse of local. Talent. And also missed important this bric-a-brac what I call the bits and pieces which normally get in museums, which I think is very important to feel that you know, you can see the reality of it to a museum people choose to care for this Louis the fifteenth through more law pictures from the sixteen hundreds of that here, you see modern pictures is he loves to the family use the old things and among the maybe something good. I'd like to think which is rare. We've got here in this very room on the stable the only known set of doctors instruments in Suva from the eighteenth century from the knights of Malta with the marks of the nights these are unique. And so doctors took I'm here. Well, look,.

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"ryanair" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"ryanair" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Thousand people in the UK it's seen as a British manufacturing success, and it adds to this backdrop that suggests that just an overall slowing economy have a slow stalling housing market and lending to consumers has also dropped. So at paints a negative economic picture. That's for sure. Let's move on to flight and Ryan at at named unsurprisingly the hubs the worst short-haul airline for the six in a row. Yes. And what's always amazing about this is, you know, Brian air polls. So poorly in these things, and yet they still, you know, they're still getting a lot of passengers to sign up the yes, they had the lowest possible rating when it comes to boarding seek comfort refreshments in cabin environment. According to this survey, and there's some others that are, you know, nearer? The bottom of the list as well. British Airways isn't too high up EasyJet is you know, kind of toward the middle and at the top of the list with apparently the better ratings is like Switzer aligns jet to that's for short haul trips. But you know, Ryanair always points out that you know, that they're that they their average ticket prices thirty five pounds. Now. That's we whatever we start to weigh fees and charges that can become another story that Ryanair says look people are flying us for a reason. Yeah. Absolutely. And it is down to price, isn't it? The the the that I'm reading about this is it quite a customer say there too many rules. I worry about getting caught with hidden costs. And I think that that's part of the problem, isn't it? We just don't know how much you are going to end up paying in the end that's a lot of anxiety. And I feel the same personally I find some of these airlines sometimes whether it's Ryanair or EasyJet or the others. It's just have to have to ask myself. You know, you know, have done everything correctly. It's an added checklist on a trip, and you know, going on a on a trip can be a little bit. You know, there's something anxiety. Anyway, a lot of things to remember. And you also have to pull out a measuring tape to measure, the the luggage is really an extra step. Yeah. We'll very anxiety and juicing. Anyway, let's move onto Chinese tech pretty anxious themselves. Yes, you know. And obviously, there's the the ongoing trade war between China and the US and at the same time in Silicon Valley. It sounds like Chinese tech industrial investment is drying up. According to Reuters is. Venture capital investment into tech startups sounds like according to this reporting. There was a surge before certain new rules were put in place under the Trump administration. But now, it's it's it's really dried up, and you're ending up with kind of a technology Cold War, you know in. This is the change for Silicon Valley, which is used to being the beneficiary of money from all over the world, and the suggest that you know, other countries are going to be the beneficiary of this Chinese money. I don't know if that will necessarily be western European countries. There's a lot of wariness there too about how you know Chinese business, practices and technology transfer and the like, but this is this is a major ship. And of course, Paul way doesn't help with this. None at all. And that's the story that's been going on really for for quite a long time that absolutely you you have wow away. And and you have similar ITO part of what's being used here. This the way that the US is proving these deals is through the committee on foreign invest. Moment in the United States. And no reports suggesting that other countries are looking at doing similar things that, you know, French president Macron has his his suggested that perhaps France needs these types of measures to protect domestic industry as well. That's really, and then there's the whole of infrastructure problem where many countries are saying, well, we just don't want Chinese tech or Chinese companies running five G networks or anything. Yes. Absolutely. And it's hard to say, you know, what what ends up being the fallout here. But it does kind of point to this technology Cold War where you have either just an unwillingness to buys certain certain products from other countries and just kind of divide between the two industries. And really it's just an further, you know, a divide between these between these important powers its own funny..

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