9 Burst results for "Seven Eighteen Million Dollars"

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Is this markets realize that maybe the good days last week might have been a little bit too exuberant not a good day to start off the week here the Dow was down about two and a half percent two point four four percent Dow was down five hundred and ninety two points today the S. and P. was down fifty one point four points today and let's see here at the nasdaq was down eighty nine point forty one so now with the biggest percentage drop of two point four for the S. and P. down fifty one point four zero at minus one point seven nine percent and the nasdaq was just down a shade over a percent with that minus eighty nine welcome back to Smith I just I'm not a financial expert here I I I just think that as the economic slowdown in the GDP coming to a screeching halt as the numbers begin to settle in and we start getting numbers in the coming weeks and there are going to be some rough days on Wall Street and I'm gonna be looking to you know get on some quality at a lower price is there a chance we test the eighteen thousand four hundred that we were down to some weeks back at but I don't know but again you know you're trying to catch falling knives here you know the old expression eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine a nationwide number eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine we're also expecting and I don't know if we're going to hear anything today but we do have some test results regarding hydroxy chloroquine here in the US so some test results on some of these courses of treatment around the country the data being sent to the centers for disease control and prevention and the FDA and I don't know when we're going to hear about these numbers but again we're going to get this is not a controlled study but we'll get some details from doctors and hospitals around the country who have used this course we've heard the anecdotal stories which I think have been fantastic we've heard many stories of individuals that were in seriously bad condition and the hydroxy chloroquine seem to work along with the is F. remind us in on that particular course but then we have the cautionary tales where in some it did not work some he gave irregular heart beats and could have been dangerous that's why you do controlled studies to figure out what's the real story do I wanted to work and so loosely do we know if it works well anecdotally we have plenty of doctors that are saying it's working but then we also have some bad stories as well so the details are being fed to the FDA and the CDC and hopefully we'll have some information in the next couple days on what they found that after they crunch some numbers I mentioned the Chinese and defective equipment and I'm not shocked Hey look over here this is my not shocked face because I'm not sure what what what what a stretcher defective stuff in inferior quality garbage coming out of China yeah and we've talked about this already but I've got a couple of other examples here in this is if and Kevin M. Tory a buyer beware Illinois reportedly blues seventeen million dollars on pieces of crap face masks from China these K. M. ninety fives which the K. M. ninety fives out of Asia are supposed to be equivalent to our N. ninety fives and in many cases they are less than the south Koreans are making some phenomenal masks the south Koreans are churning out in ninety five or in some cases they're labeled as K. M. ninety fives and the south Koreans make a very good product this is some of the products that are trying to probably meet specifications as well but as is typical you've got a lot of counterfeit goods and car bodies coming out of China N. Illinois one of the states that was desperate to get in ninety five equivalent masks they dumped seventeen million dollars worth of state funds to buy a whole bunch of K. N. ninety five masks from China to protect the doctors the nurses EMTs firefighters police officers first responders and guess what turns out that they were not approved N. ninety five masks they were garbage and that they might have the the state of Illinois the department of health in Illinois I had to set out or send out an alert saying that they K. N. ninety five masks that they had purchased and distributed statewide might not meet performance standards and advised agencies to remove them seven eighteen million dollars down the toilet oh by the way he's still room only make a note here so I don't forget the inventor of the N. ninety five that special fabric weave that though the the plastic the at this special molding that's used it's the middle layer of the N. ninety five mask that is the work course that filters out ninety five percent of the particular matter the inventor is coming out of retirement to see if he can improve on the original in ninety five I got to dig that story up I saw over the weekend so I'll get to that here in a second so Illinois got scam the sorry to hear it I want their first responders I wanted doctors and nurses I want them to all be protected and what do you know Chinese garbage being shipped out of China doesn't meet specifications most likely Hey here's another one United Kingdom so from Illinois across the pond now British officials paid twenty million dollars to two different Chinese companies four at home test kits to the tech corona virus antibodies guess what they didn't work numerous reports out there New York times reported that the companies offered to sell the test even though the technology has been proven effective the UK paid the cash up front the UK would even have to go to China to get them the British government they did the deals and it turns out that the tests are faulty again just garbage as simple as a pregnancy test has the potential to be a total game changer that's what Boris Johnson said but it turned out that well scientists and doctors at Oxford university they did some testing and they decided through their testing that the tests were so inaccurate they were worthless too inaccurate to use and a half a million are in storage and probably will be thrown out she he's been another one point five million bought a similar price from other sources those are also unused and now the branch of trying to claw back some of the money noting that they jumped the gun and so that's what happens you get into panic mode it also I told you the story last week let me see if there's an update hold on to just check quickly here but I told you last week for instance that there was concern over the masks that the patriots brought back again Robert Kraft trying to do a really good thing a really good deed but then the story came out that those masks might be of extremely low quality as well hold on masks patriots quarrel the we go to a quick little search here and find it and change yep medical this is the Boston globe why I told you the story last week or maybe it was the week before medical workers share concerns about masks delivered the pallets of the respirator masks were all floated on April second from the New England Patriots a Boeing seven six seven three hundred if two of them and in fact I do believe us say I'll say I'll say I believe those were former American Airlines planes they were once flying passengers for American Airlines and the patriots when American ditch them the patriots bought I think two of the old seven six seven three hundred from American and let's see here yeah Boston globe medical workers your concerns about mass delivered by patriots plane say did not respond to questions about what was actually on the plane I was distributed church while the mass appear to offer similar performance they're not certified by the National Institute of occupational safety and health yeah assault listen it's not the gold standard president of the Massachusetts medical society said an interview we know the N. ninety five masks we know how well they work and what they filter and the safety profile around them we know that these K. N. ninety five masks or different and then even if you have got a really good K. N. ninety five mask it might not reach exactly the specifications of the N. ninety five in the what happens we if you get a crappy mask is made by a shoddy process because the quality control in many aspects of China sucks this concern there as well eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the number you're on for that love to have you on if you want to.

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And guess what turns out that they were not approved N. ninety five masks they were garbage and that they might have the the state of Illinois the department of health in Illinois had a set out and send out an alert saying that they K. N. ninety five masks that they had purchased and distributed statewide might not meet performance standards and advised agencies to remove them seven eighteen million dollars down the toilet oh by the way Hey serum only make a note here so I don't forget the inventor of the N. ninety five that's special fabric weave that though the the plastic the at this special molding that's used it's the middle layer of the N. ninety five mask that is the war course that filters out ninety five percent of the particular matter the inventor is coming out of retirement to see if he can improve on the original in ninety five I got to dig that story of us all over the weekend so I'll get to that here in a second so Illinois got scam the sorry to hear it I want their first responders I wanted doctors and nurses I want them to all be protected and what do you know Chinese garbage being shipped out of China that doesn't meet specifications most likely Hey here's another one United Kingdom cell from Illinois across the pond now British officials paid twenty million dollars to two different Chinese companies four at a home test kits to the tech corona virus antibodies guess what they didn't work numerous reports out there New York times reported that the companies offered to sell the test even though the technology has been proven effective the UK paid the cash up front the UK would even have to go to China to get them the British government they did the details and it turns out that the Tesser faulty again just garbage as simple as a pregnancy test that has the potential to be a total game changer that's what Boris Johnson said but it turned out that well scientists and doctors at Oxford university they did some testing and they decided through their testing that the tests were so inaccurate they were worthless to get an accurate to use and a half a million are in storage and probably will be thrown out she he's been another one point five million bought a similar price from other sources those are also unused and now the branch of trying to claw back some of the money noting that they jumped the gun and the so that's what happens you get into panic mode it also I told you the story last week let me see if there's an update hold on to just check quickly here but I told you last week for instance that there was concern over the masks that the patriots brought back again Robert Kraft trying to do a really good thing a really good deeds but then the story came out that those masks might be of extremely low quality as well hold on masks.

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Look in Rochester New York wants to talk something NFL but it's not on the field look here on the grass show on CBS sports radio yes I don't think that Tony Romo is worth all that much because he really doesn't have a a strong voice when he talks I mean it sounds like Hey he sure got rid of that ball rather than taking a sack it sounds like his voice is very grating and that's almost so irritating you don't want to even listen to one I'm I'm sure he has a lot of insight but like if you're a broadcaster I mean your voice shouldn't be like that I mean very clear when you talk right but look I I look at those guys they're they're not there because they sound alike delay broadcaster of the day they're there because they have a unique perspective on the game and that's word that's a Tony Romo does have if you want to tweak the way he talks that's easy all you gotta do is just tell him Hey speak up finishes senses whatever total mo is really really good really good and there's certain guys who jump into that role as a color analyst who DJIA's pop and get it right away good right away we're almost all good right away you can be I know thank you give me great at it and for those guys that are good right away why Gruden and role model they only get better and better and better and let's also remember this there's a couple things to remember in terms of the whole Romo thing in the money and the report is for those of you who maybe haven't heard is that CBS is going to keep Tony Romo at a contract of seven eighteen million dollars a year seventeen million he's making more money or as much money now calling football games as he was playing quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys I mean even Odell Beckham junior is that I'm done playing football I just want to be an announcer now well made about a hundred and twenty five million dollars in his NFL career but this was a there's a bidding war between networks ESPN wanted him CBS wanted to find a way to be able to keep him now here's the all their stuff to remember and if CBS has set this up correctly they will get the absolute most out of Tony Romo there is CBS sports H. Q. there is CBS sports radio there is CBSSports dot com there's putting him on the big network whenever they can I mean don't be surprised if you don't see Tony Romo all slide in on maybe some of the stuff they do in the morning on that CBS this morning show this isn't gonna be Tony Romo just still showing up to do a game every week and him basically making a million dollars a week to call a game there's gonna be a lot of stuff that I'm sure they're going to ask him to do and there's a lot of different avenues in a lot of different roads that you can go down now if you're a big time network where yes it's is it exorbitant money of course it is can they find a way to get their money's worth you bet your baby and if CBS is smart they've already got that plan in place before they gave that guy seventy million a year let's go to a tenner in California as we get back to talking about the stuff on the field with the NFL Tennessee on the grass show CBS sports radio okay I'll be gone and what's up are you know I'm just calling in and I'm a huge Indianapolis Colts and and and obviously I was heartbroken over there and relaxing and you know I kind of feel like if the colts don't move up in the draft J. one of the top three which is cool borough and in my opinion was and then if they don't get one of those very I think they should go after Cameron honestly so sure of cam Newton's fits with what they would do Tanner I would think there you know there was the link to Philip rivers maybe in Indianapolis I think that would be a fit again do you think about what they do in Philadelphia and I don't know if Kim would really fit very well the thing about that Philadelphia offense and the one thing that came to me is not good at Cameroon's greater throwing darts he's good at getting the ball to the receiver over the middle what does he have the ability on those kinds of throws to be pinpoint to protect the receiver to put the ball on the spot where the receiver has the ability to do something with the football to me cam Newton he can rip it it all means he can knock that thing and he can spend the pill but the precision I think they would like in that offense I only side but I think they would like in that offense to me that is something they can Newton just doesn't bring to the table maybe I'm wrong eight five five two one two for CBS your NFL team what is the move that has to happen for your favorite NFL team this offseason and the quarterback decisions are a big big part of it there's a lot of teams out there who got to figure out what road they're going to go down because if the Tennessee Titans want to go shopping in the Tom Brady district and pay twenty five million a year versus having the two headed quarterback that they have last year or a new version of a two headed quarterback dad's gonna change some free agent plans as well eight.

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"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Ready holds a baseball behind his back says yes straightens up sex with love out front six five and that's outside Zimmerman the national seven eighteen million dollar option on his contract or two million dollar buyout everybody agrees the four Goldie option do the buy out in zero minutes hoping to come back and play again next year thirty five years old the first draft pick in the history of this franchise one one these outside obviously really exposed before the nationals but drafted in two thousand and five and made his big league debut that same year at the university of Virginia it was a magical moment food in that game for for him to hit that huge home run at home so much buzz in around that stadiums I'd be his last at bat now we know it won't be for sure in DC two one check swing our place the guys are really good career was headed itself the plants in the post season time his career center midway sitcoms attuned to swing a fell straight back read don't jump third second and drink with the RBI single nationals lead to nothing where the top of the seven John John B. just commend does a Busch Stadium in St Louis of his game one of the NLCS in a plane pull looking ahead for the cardinals in the bottom of this.

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Because it's editor leading or do you do what everybody else does create Should vote on the wall and see what sticks which what I see happening everywhere why are we adding signing on forty when my time it is Tuesday October eighth thank you for joining us menace to society the National College football show and more really excited about this episode there was a huge huge weekend in college football some big time games and I hope you check out the menace West show where we detailed Ohio states big win over Michigan State the Michigan Iowa debacle if you want to call it that but we really WanNa look today at the game of the week this past weekend Ha Auburn Florida I had to be so we're going to have some analysis into that shortly on the show but I wanNA start with a little current events couple the things that are in the news and caught my eye that I wanted to talk about an address and the first thing which is outrageous was IDC has really gained nationals. team was a letter that a I guess an alumnus of Penn State wrote to one of the players and it's clearly an old white gentleman has I mean Dave Peterson is his name I don't know who he is or or what his background is but he wrote a letter to one of the players and said basically detailed my wife and I are proud graduates Penn state we follow all Penn State Sports we love it all blah blah blah and then he this paragraph I'm GonNa read right now is unbelievable that this is even prevalent in society today he said through the though the athletes of today are certainly superior to those in my days we miss the clean cut young men and women from those days watching the game on TV we couldn't help but notice four well awful hair surely there must be mirrors in the locker room don't you have parents or girlfriend who told you that shoulder length dreadlocks look disgusting and are certainly not attractive I was in awe when I read this because for I mean a litany of reasons but I think the accountability in today's social media world and we need to find this guy he needs he needs to answer his actions because I saw it when I was a coach players will get these letters even coaches we get letters sometimes threatening sometimes racist like that and it's there's no place for it in society there's no place for sports and there's no place for people to sit side and let it occur because short dreadlocks can look phenomenally clean and very attractive and very handsome I've seen it several times and they just like any anyone of any race can look sloppy with any hairdo it's ridiculous and it needs to be said and talked about because just moving on is not the listen because it needs to be addressed and it's wrong and if you have those feelings you need to look in the mirror because you are wrong that that is prejudice that is that is racist and it's not right I just wanted to bring it up because it kind of got a handshake in my blood boiling and that's just there's no place for that in any in any venue or in any topic it's there's no place for it it's it's hatred and it's bigot bigotry it's almost as if he's implying that we need to get back to the Penn state of told that the penn state we all loved the Penn State that covered up for child molestation and what are we talking about here because the guy had dreadlocks it's like it's embarrassing you as an alumni shut up I mean that is the most outrageous take I've ever heard and then he went on to talk about they can't even watch the NFL anymore because of tattoos and endzone antics and it's like those are the fans that are that are on their way out and those are not the future of the game so no you don't WanNa spend which energy on it because it's clearly just a delusional old racist human being it's just let let's move forward it's kind of like people that listen to the show and we're like I could do without the languages Like I don't care if you're going to have to deal with it the reality of the world we live in so get over it or don't listen get over the dreads or don't watch football on go look in the mirror and sit on your Jn sit in a rocking chair and smoke your pipe enough enough enough get out get out but I wanted to address it the other thing current events look at the right now Florida State is in shambles and I don't know if anyone is paid attention probably not other than Florida state fans to the absolute dissension of the staff right now between Kendall brawls and Willie Taggart in interviews it's it's they're they're basically throwing each other under the bus silly Willy Nilly tag about play call he said I don't know I'm not office coordinator and then they they asked recently after this last game they ask Kendall brawls said what tell us about the two quarterback system and he said you're GonNa have to ask coach Taggart he just he puts whoever he wants in and and both are efficient to run run the offense applete hands up don't hold me accountable look at that guy and it's it's insane I mean there's obviously no chance for success in this program here's the problem that I looked at it and I wanted to talk about kind of coaching contracts and how they work the problem Florida state has right now is that Willie Taggart has an eighty five percent guaranteed contracts and they they gave him I mean he has four years remaining on a five million dollar a year deal that means to fire him they would have to write a check for seven eighteen million dollars and the reality is not going to do that they're going to bite the bullet and take this for another year or two probably until or they're going to try to find cause find a way to to find a reason to fire him and that's a dangerous dangerous situation to be in when they're looking for a reason to breach contract and find cause are you that is a dangerous place in better on dot and his I's crossing his t's he'd better be on his game because they will fire him at the Mir sent of 'cause breaking the contract and it's it's really crazy now the other contract that I was floored to find out about a couple of people told me about got it and I don't know if anyone paid attention to randy edsels contract but it's really an unheard of contract and he for example it is it is an incentive base contract almost entirely I mean he makes like one million dollars a year something extremely low for for a big time head coach uh-huh towards the bottom I would say of hide coaches salaries but his agent built all as an incentive based contract and it's funny because on October twenty seven breath it was last year you can't loss to umass twenty two to seventeen and earned edsel an eight thousand dollar bonus to these incentives so he got a bonus for losing to Umass just think about that and so I wanted to look at some of these bizarre incentives one is if if his teams Scores I at any given game so they can feel on the first drive and then lose sixty one two three that's a two thousand dollar bonus for ransom if they're leading at halftime another two thousand dollar bonus and then they have a litany of categories where if they are leading the if they beat the opponent in a number of a number of times is in the red zone if they go to the red zone more times than the opponent even if they never score and get beat by one hundred he gets another two thousand dollar bonus and the same goes for defense let's say points per tackles for loss if they have more tackles for loss or sex then the opponent that's another two thousand bonus and it just made me think if all of this all of his contract is incentive based where does that put his loyalties to winning a game because ultimately if you're trying to thousand is if you have more sex than the other team you're going to your corner blitz blitz every play blitz I mean even if it's not the best thing to do blitz you're gonNA blitz because you need to get those sacks you want those tackles for loss you want to make that four grand on that game and the outcome becomes secondary to financial gain bazaar and then there's all kinds of ten thousand dollars if if they rank in the top six and a four punt coverage or kick return yardage punt return yardage and this is just it's bizarre because it creates this this concern that he might he might make some decisions with financial gain in mind that aren't the best for his team and it's just crazy I never heard of anything like that no one really has it's one of a kind the contract he has and the coordinators actually both have the same contract relations so it's it's scary and things like that happen those incentive based contracts and czar things happen because it can become more of a trend it's like randy edsall did it so I want that it's just something to keep an eye on but coaches contracts fascinating if you ever look at them how they're structured how their work the buyouts all of that because I think back to Kevin Wilson Kevin a fire in Indiana basically for free because the contract was so so jacked up that they fired him without cause and he basically didn't get any money out of it and he's just out it was like sorry your contract sucked and that's the end of it but anyways enough about Kinda random topics let's let's talk about the game of the Week Auburn at Florida who top tanner's the one thing I will say from the people that I know that were there and just from Washington on TV. The swamp was swamped. it looked good it was rocking you love to see it I mean you do though I mean ultimately that was Florida was when I was there yeah and the sad thing is and it's GonNa come back now because Dan Mullen is killing it and it's going to come back because when urban was there that was just played we played sittard l. one time and it was rocking through the third quarter it's just what the swamp is no not anymore we'll must champ snuff out but man the swamp was rocking and I will that that's my first point my second point is stop it everyone in the country stop it right now stop it to two reasons one auburn is not a nationally relevant team and I've said it all year I said it after they beat Oregon I'll say it continuously when they end up with four losses stop it stop trying to inflate this team to make Alabama Lsu look better stop it now I don't think they will I don't know they're not going to stop well they show it doesn't matter but people that you're listening eighty seventy five percent or thank you Jesus not to I'm sorry Jesus Christ as my savior Florida had seven turnovers said four fumbles three intersect options and they won nineteen to twelve so auburn is out stop trying to keep them relevant for quality wins for other SEC teams they are out are you going to if you turn the ball over seven times and lose a game you are awed an average team and I'm giving you a gift at calling you lose three two or three they'll lose to Fisher but more story here is Auburn is not even I mean they should be ah they should be ranked like twenty three.

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"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Like to give a big air radio hugs with the idea of jail in Ramsey trying to get out of Jacksonville is it just me or does the twenty seven eighths twenty seventeen AFC championship game in which the Jaguars at a ten point lead in the fourth quarter of the patriots seem like forty three years ago a decade my god how quickly that one has turned what a time yeah okay so live life comes at last no more living proof and how quickly things turn for Jacksonville so of course we turn our attention to our good friend the one and only. all from the Paul Finebaum show in the SEC network Paul I we're going to do we're just gonna dig right in right away Notre Dame at Georgia you've got to be love in this Paul I do and I work with a nerd Dame fan and graduate so I I get to hear about this the sob story about how Notre Dame has not gone on the road and be in the top five or top ten team a long time and you know what that's not going to change this weekend I usually one Saturday but what why bother I mean I'm with the the role of family of of Notre Dame here with the goal excel I thought I'd ruin your day early yeah I appreciate that Paul. right off the bat as far as if you want to see the game the Georgian Notre Dame game is the most expensive tickets this season so far the fourth highest in the last five years ever sticker price now six hundred and eleven dollars. top you go back to Georgia all burn on December second two thousand seventeen it was seven hundred eighty four dollars art let's do it this way Paul last year was a twenty to nineteen went for George up at Notre Dame good close game two years ago I'm sorry two years ago can you make a case if either team Georgia or Notre Dame loses a close hotly contested battle that they both could still be in the hunt at the end of the season. we start with Georgia because it's a little bit easier to make the case it I don't want to diminish this game I I think I think is a fantastic game that game two years ago you guys both know really lifted Kirby smarts program up up and help them get to the national championship game which they lost Alabama what should the Georgia losing a close game and and then just for the sake of argument went out there going that would be a great loss at home and they would move move all the way they would they would beat teams like Florida at Auburn ultimately perhaps Alabama or L. issue in the SEC championship game and I don't think you can keep them out I know the names of is a more problematic situation because of the obvious Notre Dame will not have that ACC championship game they still have some pretty big games left so as as you both know and I think they could put themselves in a position but then you have to wonder does that hang over from last year's twenty seven point loss to Clemson hurt them in at least psychologically in the eye of the committee I I I think Georgia winning out would be a locked in there today would not talking to Paul Finebaum the Paul Finebaum show is brought to you by doctor pepper did to your local store today and grab some delicious ice cold doctor pepper the official drink of fans will now playing everywhere college football games are played Paul obviously we know that George is your pick in this one when it comes as Georgia team though from what we've seen so far do you believe that they are ready to maybe surpassing Alabama team that hasn't looked perfect through the early portion of the season no you're right Alabama is shaky there they they gave up by a late score on a stupid penalty which sheriff cost them winning on the road again South Carolina by thirty but but there there's nervousness because of a lot of injuries on defense the running game doesn't seem to be going so let's start with Georgia their offense of line is is perhaps the best in college football so it starts there Jake from is a really good quarterback he may he may. I get the credit from the pond and said to be in the upper echelon but he is really good in two years ago and and and south bend was his coming out party remember he replace decent that was his first big start they they have they have dynamic players in the backfield and swear off they have a young group wide receivers which they've they've they've had some attrition their and their defense especially the secondary is quite good I think George is extremely complete I think they're capable of beating Alabama and I and I think they're capable B. Notre Dame by by double digits Paul Finebaum with this Paul let's move on to Florida state where are we on the the panicle meter and the get a new coach in here only to right now yeah I mean you have supposedly a child selling lemonade but from the wording of the letter using words like gravitate yeah I'm pretty sure that's not right all that is just the of the of the four year old doing that but it is it is it seems to be not good in any way shape or form in Tallahassee right now listen I mean I I think if if if it was easy to get rid of willing Thagard the the decision would be well on its way to being made the problem is as a same problem everywhere in college football there's a seven eighteen million dollar buyout now why athletic directors do this I do not know but they all seem to panic they all seem to throw these big buyouts in there as if willing Thagard was going somewhere else remember he he what he went to Oregon and. I went to two floors states I mean just somebody that you have a fourth job in in five years but that's a problem a and I I don't know if Florida say really wants to eat that seventeen million dollars just to get rid of them now should they consider getting rid of them absolutely I there's there's virtually nothing he is done right in two very short years last year was a disaster this year they gave up that three touchdown lead to be why you they beat Louisiana my role on a missed extra point in overtime and last week they lost to a good a good Virginia tame maybe one of the better teams in the ACC which by the way guys is not saying very much after Clemson the ACC has nothing you are so true about the buyouts I mean it's like okay yeah where you're going maybe for down baka Saddam yeah it is where where do you find seventeen that that's a lot of lemonade yes it is we're not going to Paul Finebaum Paul farm I'm showing the SEC network three ranked ranked this weekend we talked about seven Notre Dame three Georgia there eight Auburn at seventeen Texas a and M. and then number of for a Michigan I number eleven a chance our number eleven issue number thirty Wisconsin Wisconsin has given up a point albeit South Florida in central Michigan Michigan coming off the double overtime win against a service academy which you can always be tough we know that with the option but how big of the test is this for Jim Harbaugh and where he may go this season this seems to be a monster monster game do you guys know me well I I'm never one to hit the hyperbole mater but. this critical game because you you know what's going to happen if Michigan loses a the the the it's all going to rain down on Jim Harbaugh and it would be a listen Wisconsin a really good team it would not be a a cataclysmic loss and most years and this is a team that Michigan beat badly Lasher in an Arbor but a loss here and you start looking down the schedule at Penn state and Notre Dame of course Ohio state at the end and you start to wonder if Jim Harbaugh has a path and and I I think the negativity will be the his issue if he loses this game is a recoverable yes but I think it's one of the biggest games of Jim Harbaugh's career Michigan and that's saying a lot. the Paul Finebaum within the shell Pennzoil performance on ball just one also wanted it with you because we know you have some familiarity les miles spent a long time in the SEC goes on the road against Boston College this weekend and gets the first marquis win for his new regime in Kansas re surprised that he was able to find success like this this early in his tenure with the team that we know is been so talent depleted yeah I mean I was shocked by focus I mean you consider the resume already this year it's been pretty dismal I don't know if this win really deserves all of the the tree hugging that from my brother in the media are giving it but but but cost us less miles in Boston because I would not I think it's more a Boston College not being able to win a home game against Kansas now what lessons corky but you know he he he was a good coach he was really a close to being a great coach at LSU he won a championship almost one another national championship and then you just became so stubborn and and set in his ways if he had loosened up a little bit and have done some of the things that coach is doing he probably still be there but you think about the players he had hotel back on come on and did virtually nothing with him yeah Leonard for net any English didn't get much offense of explosion from any of these guys because he just want to play the the older three yards and a cloud of dust approach so I'm happy for him I don't think it's it's a game changer in college football but there are so few good stories in college football these days I think that's what we are fawning over this one that is our Paul Finebaum will be at the Auburn Texas a and M. game in tech say never ICC nation he will not be I in Athens to watch Notre Dame beat George hi I'm afraid to go I'm afraid the gold fan. baseball is every weekend thank you guys hall by the way for more the kids football program you can check out miles to go on ESPN plus and also watch them on ESPN plus take on West Virginia home this weekend okay I'll be in the booth that now there you go good for you yeah I got some good games this weekend some rank rank this weekend the end is right about Notre Dame Georgia Georgia and that's why I said on both sides of it if it's a close loss for either George you can win out there would be but Bama most likely in the in the the title game they're in the SEC tug and they would go Notre Dame would would like you said need help they would need obviously went out and then they would have to be other one loss teams who maybe didn't lose very well when they lost exactly the road gets more lose portly by the way one of the thing is really interesting about this just to me Reggie bush is going back on campus at USC for the first time since it all went south for him as part looking first Heisman at that man back is high given Reggie bush is the best football player in college football and in my lifetime the.

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"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Main products which is something that we have seen happening with several bigger chemical makers throughout the region including in in Europe for example if you compare to this result to the previous earnings by some big on a quarterly basis as you mentioned this is the lowest since the second quarter of two thousand nine of course people are looking at those numbers right now the result is much lower than the average that analysts that follow the company were expecting and well if we look at the stock market yes there was a reaction yesterday the stock fell as much as three point eight percent but it did not close at that level we trimmed a lot of those losses intraday any managed to close at around negative zero point eight percent interesting point is that it did in fact that whole song Saudi market at the beginning of the trading yesterday but he did not contaminate the sentiment towards the market some banks climbed out quite a bit yesterday in the index managed to end in the positive territory believe a I'm gonna put you on the spot I mean ask you to do some relative analysis for us live on TV how to sabic's stock actually shape up to its own historical level and also the rest of the market Tracy it is very interesting to actually take a broader look at the stock because something had a very positive performances me two thousand sixteen that's a very important moment for the Saudi stock market there were many good news that came at the same time at that moment if you were around here Tracy at a time and you probably remember how important was it for in the evening the they have some very Asians of bones in the in the market a lot of Poncet rise to sentiment towards studying the just uptick in the economy as a whole Saudi as some big has been reflecting that plus positive sentiment but if you look at the stock from two thousand eighteen one has not advanced nearly as much as the rest of the market mostly on top of those expectations about inflows if you look at Suffolk in the past dead two years it's up around ten percent while the Saudi market has advanced close to twenty five percent I we had eighty CB earnings out as well and runs through it briefly yes that is a very important in here in the UAE Yousef profit was down eleven percent is the first time that we see the numbers of the combined entity after that three way merger that was very much expected here in the market it I think that investors and analysts are waiting to see how all of the cost of savings that are expected in the order of four hundred seventy sorry eight hundred seven eighteen million dollars annually how are they going to actually playoff and how they are going to execute this I think that the numbers right now are not as important as those often exporter for example three degree catching up thank you for that it's a least equities reportedly Pacifico let's get some more perspective with the umpire is the managing director and head of equities research research at all calm capital yeah welcome back to the program as you look at the numbers from Saudi basic industries pretty much the result of collateral damage on slowing economic growth and threatens also I would say over capacity and produce press being on the pressures of the the actual margin short full that we have for the quarter was two point nine percent of revenues that set themselves are not so effective it's only three percent soulful it's about the margins that were affected so that looks great so definitely under pressure and that's why we already expected about thirty five percent no results with that came in and no as south of sixty percent lower year over year it coincides it out of you and we don't wanna play depend can space just to allude to that fact that side because we so resilient a lossless a you know you today basically it's one of the demos under own names from an active point of view does he does for valid reasons because of innovation hi sprints under pressure and and when you have further energy price reform socially so big will be the first victim of that going forward so we think margin compression will continue the next few years so they don't think is interesting investment case however if you look at the technical point of view looking at the passively flows to still have to come in that name.

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"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"We have seen happening with several bigger chemical makers throughout the region including in in Europe for example if you compare to this result to the previous earnings by some big on a quarterly basis as you mentioned this is the lowest since the second quarter of two thousand nine of course people are looking at those numbers right now the result is much lower than the average that analysts that follow the company were expecting and well if we look at the stock market yes there was a reaction yesterday the stock fell as much as three point eight percent but it did not close at that level we trimmed a lot of those losses intraday any managed to close out at around negative zero point eight percent interesting point is that it did in fact that whole song Saudi market at the beginning of the trading yesterday but he did not contaminate the sentiment towards the market some banks climbed out quite a bit yesterday in the index managed to end in the positive territory believe a I'm gonna put you on the spot I mean ask you to do some relative analysis for us out live on TV how to sapphic stock actually shape up to its own historical level and also the rest of the market Tracy it is very interesting to actually take a broader look at this talk because something had a very positive performances need two thousand sixteen that's a very important moment for the Saudi stock market there were many good news that came at the same time at that moment if you work around here Tracy at a time and you probably remember how important was it for in the evening the D. X. bass sovereign nations of bones in the in the market a lot of policy rise to sentiment towards studying the just uptake in the economy as a whole Saudi as some big has been reflecting that plus positive sentiment but if you look at the stock from two thousand eighteen one has not advanced nearly as much as the rest of the market mostly on top of those expectations about inflows if you look at Suffolk in the past dead two years it's up around ten percent while the Saudi market has advanced close to twenty five percent I we had eighty CB earnings out as well and runs through everything yes that is a very important name here in the UAE Yousef profit was down eleven percent is the first time that we see the numbers of the combined entity after that three way merger that was very much expected here in the market it I think that investors and analysts are waiting to see how all of the cost of savings that are expected in the order of four hundred seventy sorry a hundred seven eighteen million dollars annually how are they going to actually playoff in how they are going to execute this I think that the numbers right now are not as important as those off the next quarter for example great catching up think of it as a Middle East equities reportedly Pacifico let's get some more perspective with the umpire is the managing director and head of equities research research at all Khan capital yeah welcome back to the program as you look at the numbers from Saudi basic industries it's the result of collateral damage on slowing economic growth and three tenths also I would say over capacity and from express being on the pressure so that the actual margin short full that we have for the quarter was two point nine percent revenues that's themselves are not so effective it's only three percent shortfall it's about the margins that were affected so the products which are definitely on the pressure that's right we already expected about thirty five percent no results with that came in and no as south of sixty percent lower year over year it coincides it out of you and I we don't wanna play the pet can space just to and to that fact that some because we so resilient allows let's say and you today basically it's one of the demos under owned names from an active point of view does he does for valid reasons because of an oasis are high as press on the pressure and and when you have further energy price reforms of the subject will be the first victim of that going forward so we think margin compression will continue the next few years so they don't think is interesting invest in case however if you look at a technical point of view looking at the passively flows to still have to come in that name vis a vis the actual action of ownership we still see a big short squeeze about zero point six percent of.

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"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:02 min | 3 years ago

"seven eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Are watching in the amount of the right wrist has really happening this week everything with the fed the B. O. J. the B. O. E. all meeting this week plenty of earnings on tap as well of course rob of the week we're talking about a US jobs report so certainly navigating through this is gonna be pretty tough for investors here today so we are slightly lower on your age a benchmark without four tenths of one percent because we still the biggest drag on the whole region here today down one and a half percent and hang saying given the violent clashes we saw over the weekend here seriously testing some investor nerves now and that is down more than three hundred forty points here at the get go they were watching a dollar China as well weakening here today on some weaker industrial profit numbers that we got out of China perhaps the June activity the upside surprise that we got a couple weeks ago may be in doubt here at the moment this recovery not sustainable listicle or some other movers are watching Hong Kong related stocks in particular are in focus the likes of and he are the subway system here were down three point seven percent everything from your retailers cheer jewelers are falling today look folks down some close to six percent here today insurers as well a I a down two percent and developers are leading the losses here today on the hang sang were down one percent for sun hung kai from the board watching stopping as well seven days of gains for the stock here today the best performer among the bunch in Asia but it is the chip makers like Sam's on SK Hynix that are looking pretty dire today were down two percent for both those stocks dilation securities coming out an analyst saying well we talked about the economy sagging fundamentals and everyone is thinking that memory chip prices are to continue to go up given this Japan and South Korea trace back may be wrong in this rally they're saying is not sustainable so these stocks down quite a bit here today and ICBC also down two and a half percent a unit of the bank buying a stake in the troubled gene Joe bank there are concerns now that perhaps a systemic risk is somebody smaller lenders may be spilling over to some of these larger rivals out there Yousef thank your bus within a bonus get back to the region talk about Saudi basic industries because their second quarter profit plunged to the lowest level in a decade the man from chemicals and plastics slump betting come drop to just over two billion reels from six point seven billion a year ago Sears the chemical sign fell on the news let's get more with our equities reportedly the Pacifico Phillipa why it was the second quarter so tough for something well at the use of the two mission this decline in demand for plastics and for their main products which is something that we have seen happening with several bigger chemical makers throughout the region including in in Europe for example if you compare to this result to the previous earnings by some big on a quarterly basis as you mentioned this is the lowest since the second quarter off two thousand nine of course people are looking at those numbers right now the result is much lower than the average that analysts that follow the company were expecting and well if we look at the stock market yes there was a reaction yesterday the stock fell as much as three point eight percent but it did not close at that level we trimmed a lot of those losses intraday any managed to close at around negative zero point eight percent interesting point is that it did impact that whole souled Saudi market at the beginning of the trading yesterday but he did not contaminate the sentiment towards the market some banks climbed out quite a bit yesterday in the index managed to end into positive territory believe a I'm gonna put you on the spot I mean ask you to do some relative analysis for us out live on TV how to sabic's stock actually shape up to its own historical level and also the rest of the market Tracy it is very interesting to actually take a broader look at this talk because something had a very positive performance since may two thousand sixteen that's a very important moment for the Saudi stock market there were many good news that came at the same time at that moment if you work around here Tracy at that time and you probably remember how important was it for in the evening the D. X. bath sovereign nations of bones in the in the market a lot of Paul sit rise to sentiment towards studying the just uptick in the economy as a whole Saudi as some big has being reflecting that plus positive sentiment but if you look at the stock from two thousand eighteen one has not advanced nearly as much as the rest of the market mostly on top of those expectations about inflows if you look at Suffolk in the past dead two years it's up around ten percent while the Saudi market has advanced close to twenty five percent I we had eighty CB earnings Otis Williams was through everything yes that is a very important name here in the UAE Yousef profit was down eleven percent is the first time that we see the numbers off the combined entity after that three way merger that was very much expected here in the market it I think that investors and analysts are waiting to see how all of the cost of savings that are expected in the order of a hundred seventy I'm sorry a hundred seven eighteen million dollars annually how are they going to actually playoff in how they are going to execute this I think that the numbers right now are not as important as those of the next quarter for example great catching up think of it as a Middle East equities reportedly Pacifico let's get some more perspective with the umpire is the managing director and head of equities research research at all calm capital yeah welcome back to the program as you look at the numbers from Saudi basic industries it's the result of collateral damage on slowing economic growth and traitors also I would say over capacity and products press being on the pressure so that the actual margin short full that we have for the quarter was two point nine percent revenues that set themselves are not so effective it's only three percent shortfall it's about the margins that were affected so the products which are definitely on the pressure and that's why we already expected about thirty five percent no results with that came in and north south of sixty percent lower year over year it coincides it out of you and I we don't wanna play the pet can space just to elude to that fact that side because we so resilient allows let's say and you today basically it's one of the demos under own names from an active point of view does he does for valid reasons because of an oasis are high as press under pressure and and when you have further energy price reform socially so big will be the first victim of that going forward so we think margin compression will continue the next few years so they don't think is interesting events in the case however if you look at a technical point of view looking at the passively flows I still have to come in that name vis a vis the actual active ownership we still see a big short squeeze of about zero point six percent.

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