35 Burst results for "Six Seven Percent"

Chainlink The Mover

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:49 min | 3 months ago

Chainlink The Mover

"The good news is well. Not a great deal on good news, a not not a great deals actually occurred across the markets of light. Today. We've actually got a little bit of take in what's going on with Bitcoin and the rest of the market. We'll talk you through a couple of things. I'm saying right now. There's not a great deal within that. Top Ten buffet looking at Bitcoin now look the whole week last week. As today is Monday. Obviously, the entire wake ended up closing down half of one percent. Now that's not much. Not much at all and the entire range, and he he's what's interesting. The fact that it close down half a percent. Look that he's a little bit interesting on expose, but it's more about the entire range of that candle that the range of that entire candle. Let me tell you what that is. It is from it's hard to. It's low, roughly calculated their. Seven point three six percent. Very little indeed now. You think that's still sounds like a lot and I. I suppose the IT sounds like a lot, but you know you go back to the wake. Starting was early June first of. That was a twelve percent week. Yeah, we'll look at last week. Even last week was a little bit big. Not a great deal bigger eleven percent there as well. You can't okay going. Back to the end of my, we had thirteen percent week and we've the wakes that we see. Also of between usually ten and twenty percent realistically, that's what we that's what we see. The vilatility has dried up for the Hong Bang on Bitcoin. Now yesterday we closed down point seven five a percent today without point nine does not a great deal going on he in this market for the time they were one thousand, three hundred and. Seventy took a kite. So north thousand three, hundred, seventy two. Bitcoin right now now the positive is is holding its ground. It's holding above nine thousand, having too many issues holding of thousand and it's grinding. You know it's just hanging in there. That's a positive thing it. It doesn't site too much full whether we can your high or law at this stage the weekly. Look it's back in. That cradles I. Know It's looking a definitely. Definitely more bullish and bearish on the weekly timeframe, and I'm looking at as I speak to you, but it's a little bit more convincing for me to to really say this market take often do well a theorems that are pretty good diet cost talk tense up the most two point, five percent up two hundred, thirty three dollars, or seventeen sense now theory and loss. Really Nice quickly Cana. By the way, it's a really really really really trendy so theory and looked a lot stronger to me than what Bitcoin does for. The Time Bang lost weight down one point six seven percent not huge cannon NAS pullback. Cradles looking very very good. It's a two thirty three is up two point five six percent eighteen point seven percent off point, one of the percent rotten lost weight once guy. It was down down two point. Two five percent excel pays actually looking bearish It's looking bearish to me. It has been for quite some taller rolling over at the moment on that weekly timeframe, but again we need to say when eighty see above twenty cents again to get that momentum. Moving would be a really really powerful thing, not much going on for up. Hey, right now, bitcoin cash to sent up right now at two thirty seven fives, interesting bitcoin cash Theory by very similarly similarly similar I can't talk. Signed Price. It's up Senate to thirty, four, seventy five lost weight, just talk to the weekly a dying. We would down three percent on the best up one point three four percents tonight, one, seventy, two, seventy, five, a bright down through some support loss weight loss weeks down full point ignored percent. It's holding below that that level that one seven six a couple of support resistance levels around here. Look don't really shot that I'm looking for opportunities on right now. Because I just don't see the trend banks strong enough the daily nineties down, but it's not strong, still very solid, wise lot, coin, solid, wise one point to set up at forty three dollars and fifty cents. Does that represent good value Guy Looking very similar to that of exile they were. We don't have that strong trend like we do with say ethereal on the fifty three cents up exactly one percent and loss week it was down, but only down to him again, just grinding at going their bonnets very slow wake as well it was down three point six two percent, the sixteen dollars and sixteen cents up one point three percent when I say how. The since the purchase of see 'EM, say bond hasn't really done a great deal. Positive for itself as far as price goes The market doesn't seem to be doing much on bonaventure at the moment Kadhafi up two percent right now still in that strong uptrend. The weekly yet it closed up up two point two percent weekly Chat, looking very very strong dial job still hanging in that not much going on at seven point, nine cents does up two percent, a theory classic, very very slow wake a guide as I'm sure you probably will away down one point six percent sitting at six dollars twenty four. Point seven percent today again. It's a very very slow shot tron. One point five nine cents last week. It deploys down Anita. Percent Died. My view right now, is it? A theory is the best looking shot out of our top ten right now. That weekly chart is really really daily I WANNA. See it captures some mole momentum. WanNa see the high timeframe start start the mid timeframe trend a little bit better. We've got high alone a high a high now on a theory. If you WANNA have look five shot at there at the moment, we'll tell you what it is. It's It's lot co also blocking. It's China link. Child Link Perpetual, so that's a futures contract. They're gonNA have a look at that on earth ticks shot beautiful, little breakout this morning waiting for pull bikes that really nice looking trend there on that four hour the dailies now going to self in an option, and it looks really really good for move. If I look at the weekly as well it's was bullish Cadillac six percent last week. Bullish candle in the criminals are in broken hot today, a runic look set for a very strong mode, so my view. Ma Positioning right now to be watching link very very closely

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Crypto Market Run!

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:10 min | 4 months ago

Crypto Market Run!

"Well? Look, let's talk about that. On the daily we sing bitcoin this way. Just the first things first last week we were up one point four five percent the week before we will down ten percents, so we've bounced back a little bit. Bickering is still very much in crab might. There's a potential highlight if we can push if we get the high low sort of eighty-six twenty-five, but only confirmed for can break above nine, nine six nine point five. So a little bit they still do and it's been lagging quite a bit. From the rest of the top ten bitcoin bitcoins whiting bonding, it's a very big pumps going on some very strong moves in Dade that have been moving along actually wrote an article today on Mickey Dot Com dot a U. If you want to go, have read of that as to how I think we may see how bitcoin could potentially bright ten thousand without having new market participation. and. That's the back of the profits of people. Hopefully we'll look to bank in the ultimate. They've had so bitcoin right now. It's up one point. Two seven percent yesterday was down two point, six nine percent, and just sort of waddling along still. A theory of very nice move over the weekend we saw it up on Saturday ten point, five nine percent, and also the yesterday down five point one currently up four percent at two hundred forty dollars and fifty eight cents. Now a theory did give some phenomenal cradled trades back on was that there was on the Friday I. The twenty ninth of May cracking tried their very good run, and some very good profit have been banked. It's a great trend right now. That perk contract is is really really strong. The daily now has a high alone is pushed to a high high, definitely waiting to trade their automatics. I'll tell you what we're about twenty cents. Where at twenty point four? Yesterday would down. It was down two point four five percent today currently at twenty four set up one point two percent. Not really the best daily is really being slow. Old X.. Pay of life late gets moving. On. BITCOIN cash Saturday up six percent Sunday down five and a half currently at one point six percent up. WHO's sitting at two hundred, forty, three, hundred twenty five cents. As fate and daily chat waddling along the way came up seven down five point eight today. At one point, four seven percent of one ninety four dot, it I'd like. Coin is a daily uptrend. Does look quite nice. The problem that I've got is that. Time from our stalking on the. For cradle. It's a bit big for me right now. The weekend, however well, what did it do? It had a cracking day on Saturday seven point three five percent up. Pulled Sunday down four point five. As save up one point seven percent now forty six does that he hadn't. Done too much those how brief run like Donna! And a Theorem of one point six percent, a great for our cradle on the weekend Moi goodness. Bama, but Madura had a great day, so it doesn't matter to me. Okay so set it up six percent Sunday down three point six six today up one point five six two dollars seventy warm bonds. It's a trend now. Because Saturday's move was up four point two nine percent. Then it pushed higher until closing down three point. Six seven percent currently were seventeen doubles thirty seven, that represents of one point, six eight percent, dying on the die, looking nozzle, waiting for. For pullback got it again. The idol Kreider Kennel. It's a little bit big. It's a little bit big potentially. Vefour may on just sort of while I've got three hours ago. A white and see how I go there it's a it's A. It's a maybe from from my point of view the twelve out not so bad sixteen about a little wall to white there and on a car down. This has been my best trade of the profit. Wise even. Excuse me. I didn't risk four percent on this. To, cradle up thirty, two one on that trade Saturday an eighteen percent high up. Until Sunday down three point, seven percent carlisle were up seven point five at seven point nine cents. Great-looking we can chop. Classic pulled back to a level of resistance at six dollars ninety one big spot there settled APPs three point three Sunday down seven point five four today, bouncing off that old level, and we're up seven percent at seven dollars and five cents John Another one that had a good day Saturday up nine nine percent, also all the four talk from a great cradle on that Saturday morning, or that morning was to I am, but you also have another shot at the title at ten. I am the next day of so looking for good big big strong move. Their big profits frame. That took that. Of course now it's still pushing well up three percent. Sitting at one point, six three cents

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Stocks react to U.S.-China tensions

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Stocks react to U.S.-China tensions

"The situation continues to escalate in Hong Kong the situation the market's pretty calm looking at the equity markets we count you down to be up and about in New York City has the price action for you up around about a tenth of one percent of the S. and P. five hundred still up a couple of points but we have been all over the place through much of this morning in the bond market the ten year treasury yields coming just a basis point to zero point six seven percent no big moves to speak of a foreign exchange zero dollar totally unchanged after yesterday's Chinese currency weakness today a little bit of stability dollar China and around about seven sixteen Tom but quite clearly things are escalating what we're waiting for we touched on this at the top of the program we're waiting to see what this administration the United States does next because right now that's not

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Oil slides on U.S.-China tensions

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Oil slides on U.S.-China tensions

"Of tensions rising tensions with China tenure of seven thirty seconds the yield their point six seven percent gold up two tenths of one percent seventeen thirteen Beyonce and West Texas intermediate crude oil is down now by four point six percent thirty two seventy seven a barrel among some of the oil names they were seeing Exxon Mobil down one tenth of one percent B. P. is up by three percent shares of EOG resources are up by one point four percent and pioneer natural resources the ticker on that P. X. D. it is down now by just about four tenths of one percent chevron announcing those job cuts today chevron shares up by two tenths of

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How to Send Seinfeld Emails

Marketing School

04:12 min | 4 months ago

How to Send Seinfeld Emails

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about how to send Seinfeld emails but first and foremost Neil. What does that even mean? What are Seinfeld emails so Seinfeld? Emails are series of emails. And I could be getting this wrong. We call him soap opera emails. Oh they're different they're different. Yeah Gopher then you said okay. I'll go with signed for us and then we'll talk about so proper as well. The soap opera sequence so seinfeld emails. I've actually never seen it episode. Seinfield have you kneel seen him almost all of them. And what did they talk about during Seinfeld Bullshit? Yeah exactly the talking about nothing Seinfeld. Emails is a bunch of nothing right. It could be one email. It could be a series of emails. But here's an example. I remember a couple years ago. I had this hiring course which we still have on how to hire players and I was sitting on American Airlines flight. By the way I do not like American Airlines like this. Why Delta Guy so I wrote this entire message like this is why. Like there's customer support issues with this airline Blah Blah Blah. And at the very unlike by you book a call with us right so the whole idea. Is You write the story? You get people locked in and you kind of relate to whatever your offer is and then. You're able to write seinfeld emails every single day because every day. There's something going on and you can just talk about something that's on your mind or you can just talk about nothing and then at the very end is tied in with whatever your offer is this came from that which his name. Bingo email players Ben. Subtle definitely recommend reading bend. Settle stuff really good stuff on on email copy. That's what a seinfeld email is. And you decide. It's your discretion if you want to send it. The frequency is daily. A weekly whatever. It is exactly I could tell you. Whenever I've said Seinfeld. Emails leave actually converted pretty. Well see I don't send them and I don't like sending them because if I'm GONNA end up sending emails the more emails he ended up sending you're GonNa get more unsubscribe and you're GONNA get less people opening up your emails over time. It's just natural and when that happens you're deliverability goes down unless you scrub your list. And you know Ryan Deiss always me years ago that you can just had a ps at the email and try to get some extra session and all. That's true but I like doing is having a story narrative related to either education and then in the education at sells or just selling straight that way. I'm not drowning people's inbox. Then when I'm sending email I'm during the most amount of revenue from the email. I know that's simple in cliche but it works like I got thirty. Plus percent open rates on my email and my click rates in many cases can be upwards of six seven percent. Most cases are actually like four or five percent for quick. Yeah and just to be clear I think you definitely don't want to spam your audience. I think Ben Subtle sends every day. You typically don't want US send everyday. I mean probably like a week. Maybe that's probably how Neil Nairobi. You email out like two or three times a week that I averaged around three a week. Yeah you don't WanNa hit him too hard neal's point right and I mean we talked about in the past about making sure you scrub your list. Cumulus quality high and everything the hygiene. But I mean this is how you do seinfeld emails. I think you can even add in the soap opera sequence here if you want yes. Soap opera sequence is just imagine a soap opera. You're taking through people ups and downs and emotional rollercoaster and they're really engaged with your show and thus people keep watching one episode to another so when you're writing emails. I like taking people through emotional roller coasters. And the reason being is one it makes you more relatable to they get really hooked because who doesn't love a good story and three we've seen more conversions from it and when using the soap opera sequence in. You're trying to use emotions and take the roller coaster. You don't talk about nothing. It has to be related to whatever product or service that you're selling like. I may break down talking about my journey as an entrepreneur and I went through all these ups and downs and how I struggled but eventually got to where I was and I wish I knew what I knew now because if I did that I wouldn't have to go through all the ups and downs and if you WANNA

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Ethereum Bounces and Bitcoin Gains Momentum

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:59 min | 5 months ago

Ethereum Bounces and Bitcoin Gains Momentum

"Top ten now well. Jeez I'm not is a tricky little pillories. It was down yesterday so it was up yesterday but came off towards the close. This bitcoin market is just holding. It didn't pull back very David just continues to grind along and what we've got right now. Is bitcoin cross above nine thousand nine thousand three hundred and seven dollars up one point seven four percent on the Diet and look if we can clear the old highs of this most recent trend that gets above ninety four seventy nine? We'll have a pretty good looking mock. The moving averages have called up so not overextended anymore. That very big I think fourteen percent die. We had about a waco so ago and we are really in a position where I'm hoping to save further upside of Bitcoin. Still Whiting good tries to sit up of looked in the prophets of loss waken. Haven't had anything at all so far this week. So we'll have to wait and see what comes of. This won't one at present right now on. Bitcoin we are off and he's a nice looking knock. It hopefully break to new highs on the on the low timeframes so he can get some good seclusive for good rights on a theory of nail. Yesterday was actually down down significantly three percent down as well. They are down down down yesterday. It touched tests that ninety. Four thirty five level. We'll go close to that anyway And to diagnostic bullish. Candle right there in that crowd was on Scifi route. Three point two percent above two hundred to five eighty and look the diabetes. The best looking John. Hey back in that cradles not so good on the lower timeframes exit a twenty one point five cents at one point. Eight nine percent right now is the theorem sitting in that cradles beautifully. Well holding above twenty cents. Which was the level that was resistance For quite some time and we push through that now loss wake of course and Yeah just taking along. It is up one point eight nine percent. I said most ago. Bitcoin cash very sought wise yesterday. Well yesterday I was down two point. Two percent become regaining quality Dominance yesterday as well really pushing that seven sorry sixty seven percent. Mock nuts. Why WE SING. Bitcoin was up in the rest of the market will more or less was down. Bitcoin cash sitting at two forty five spot five right now at one point five percent for the day of the soliciting on that daily. Certainly certainly not as Nice as some of the other shots like theory on the daily Bitcoin. Sv was down two point nine percent the clothes and it's up one point eight percent wrought now sitting at two hundred and five dollars and sixty four on the doesn't look very similar. As a matter of fact bitcoin cash should become as they look very similar on shots that will enable but chocolate shop lot coin right now. Forty six thousand and seven cents up two point three three percents. It's little bullish candle in that cried. I'm a little lower haw. That sort of snuck in about a week ago five days ago which is going ninety Maggie. A little less attractive for those Kreider is on those daily timeframe but he's up two point three percent right now looking good. Swell is still below that resistance the tutorials and eighty one cents that being said yesterday we did closed down four percent one the lodge declines of the day. What up two point. Two two percent right now tools and seventy two cents. Pretty likely looking. Jonathan Lost Bonnets has crept into that cradles beautiful little bearish candle rotten as I speak. Da is being quiet vonts over the last couple of weeks. Short has been grinding higher but just grinding. We haven't seen any big pushes what we have on-site. Bitcoin is some of the other coins at it. Sixteen dollars and fifty one cents right now. Point eight of a percent of a groin and to so yesterday closed down two point eight. Two Percent Cod donnas held his a holding above that full point five nine cent mock and Holding Holding Holdings mobilised candle today. Far yesterday we would damage. Only point on of a percent. Rotten now is sitting right on five cents exactly up two point seven percent a therion. Classic got a bit of a full yesterday's well it was down five percent. One of the lodge declines. It has been one of them will volatile In this market recently. Quit simply because well. It's run up hod and pulling back as well any that cradles on daily shot rotten now looking very very seven dollars and one cent were up two point five four percent on the day at this moment and the rand at that top ten hit tron. It's been holding in that consolidation patent for quite some Tong yesterday. We we were down two point one percent today right now at fifteen point nine cents up two point six seven percent so wold of grain out the at the moment viable force old time will tell if we get good training opportunities so dart have a great deal writer. Obviously the white for that daily shot plus are under the white for these charts to play. Add a little bit but I get a little bit better simplicity on those low a timeframe so I can start to attack those electrode the lower time France but only when all the trends are in agreement it just increases probability of success. And that's all I can evidence

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Earth Day with Bill McKibben

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

06:09 min | 5 months ago

Earth Day with Bill McKibben

"Hey this is bill mckibben. I've spent thirty years working hard for climate justice. Sorry not sorry I wanNA start with trying to get a clear eyed look at where we really stand with climate change today and also what's happening in the US versus what's happening around the world. Most of the news about climate change is pretty bad. Wrote the first book about this thirty years ago. Nineteen eighty nine. A book called the end of Nature. At that time we were offering warning about what was going to happen if we didn't do anything. We didn't do anything so now. Now those things are happening. We've raised the temperature of the earth about one degree Celsius so far and that's been enough to melt about half the Shiites in the Summer Arctic. The oceans are about thirty percent more acidic than they were forty years ago sea levels begun to rise we see huge disruptions to the planet hydrological system the way the water moves around the earth. That's because Warm Air holds more water vapor than coal. She get more. Evaporation and arid areas and with that. Evaporation in that drought comes horrific fires of the kind. We've seen in California or most recently in Australia where we think a couple of billion animals died of course those seven or eight weeks of blazes. Once that waters evaporated up into the air. It comes down again and increasingly. It comes down and kind of gully washing storms. We've just come through. The what is twelve months on record in American history. We've seen the biggest storms and our country's history including the champion of all time Hurricane Harvey which trump something like fifty inches of rain. You can vision that on parts of Houston so this is the new normal now. That's a one degree increase Celsius and global temperature. The problem is working on a path to increase the temperature about three degrees Celsius. A little more right now even if we kept the promises that we made in Paris which of course our country is keeping and that won't be three times as bad as one degree. It'll be many times worse than that. The damage we're doing now is exponential not linear because we're going pass tipping points so that's the really tough news if there's good news and there is it's that the engineers have done their job as well as the scientists. The politicians have done. There's badly you know In the last ten years they've dropped the price. Solar Panel Wind Turbine something like ninety percent. And that means that the cheapest way to generate power around the planets now usually the cleanest way and that gives us way out if we chose take it if we mobilized like we did at World War Two or something then we could make enormous progress very quickly. We're not doing that. That's why we're building movements to try and force that kind of action and we're seeing now you know we're seeing the effects right. We're seeing these fires. We're seeing weather unlike anything we've seen in the past and it still seems like there's people that just don't see this as a critical issue. What do you think could change their minds? How do we get people understand the magnitude of this problem? The first thing to say is one needs to have swallow amount of sympathy for people because for the last thirty years when now no the oil industry has waged an all out incredibly expensive. Incredibly effective dish information's paying to get people to disbelieve climate science. You know they went and hired the same people who used to work for the tobacco industry and they spun the same set of livestock. Science was clear that we didn't know for sure on when as great investigative reporting over the last five years now makes clear the oil companies knew everything there was to know back in the nineteen eighties. You know they understood what was happening. Exxon had great scientists. The product was Qurban. Of course they were going to study it and when scientists told them with great accuracy. How much and how fast it was going to warm. They were believed. Exxon started building. All its drilling rigs to compensate for the rise and she level they knew was coming. They didn't tell the rest of US instead. They embarked on this very expensive and very powerful campaign of lying so I have some sympathy for people who were taken in by that. Why the good news is their number. So fallen dramatically with about seventy percent of Americans. Now who understand that? There's a problem the polling in the Democratic primary shoes. It's either the number one or number two issue back and forth with climate change voters minds and that's true for all voters Republican Democrat Independent. When you ask them below the age of thirty young people really get in our leading on this issue so I think the problem at this point is less trying to persuade the remaining thirty percent who are ideologues and unlikely to get persuaded. I mean if you spent the last couple of decades marinating and rush limbaugh. You'd be resistant to clear thinking to the challenge. Instead is to get some part of that. Seventy percent really engaged in the fight. We don't need all of them. We can get five. Six seven percent of Americans really engaged in this battle. What I think we can win it and change the political and economic ground rules. But it's GonNa take that kind of hype.

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Powell: Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:17 min | 8 months ago

Powell: Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress

"Jay Powell went up to Capitol Hill today. The Fed chair here did his twice yearly congressional briefing lawmakers technically in case you're curious called the monetary policy report the T. l.. Dr Goes like this economy is basically fine. Yeah he's bit word. About Corona virus. Trade has settled somewhat buddies keeping an eye on it. Interest rates aren't going anywhere but then at one point in his report Powell. Well he wrote this and this is a quote levels of business debt continued to be elevated with the riskiest firms accounting for most most of the increase in debt in recent years. Now the reason. That's a worry. Well 'cause when not if but when things go economically south that debt it is going to be harder to pay back and that is not a good thing marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets us going. Interest rates are low right now by historic standards. It doesn't cost Salaam to borrow money. Chris Zeffirelli at independent advisor. Alliance says it's true for a family buying a house you have a higher credit score and you're unable able to lower mortgage rates are lower car loans whereas if you were considered more of a risky borrower you'd have to pay higher interest rates. The same thing is true for corporations. And it's it's the high risk corporate bonds that are on the rise. This isn't the Amazon Google Nike facebooks of the world with plenty of cash on hand. Zeffirelli says it's companies that are very capital intensive in terms of having property plant equipment so industrial companies energy companies especially those exposed to risks six lake drilling for oil or buying land. Some pension and mutual funds are looking to hire risk bonds because returns aren't high enough on safer. INVESTMENTS INVESTMENTS SAYS University of Portland Finance Professor Bryan Adams. They need to earn five six seven percent to be able to do that. They gotta find riskier debt. Now now this rise in low grade corporate debt could be dangerous if companies start to see sales fall and cash flow decline says Mark Zandi at Moody's John Olympics. Do they pay on their debt. Start to pull back on their hiring vestment that were exacerbate the economic downturn similar to how risky mortgage debt contributed attributed to the financial crisis a decade ago. I'm Mitchell Hartman for

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Viral hit: the costs of Chinas lockdown

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:33 min | 8 months ago

Viral hit: the costs of Chinas lockdown

"The corona virus continues to spread around the world and has now been found in every mainland province. China infections have been found in at least fifteen eighteen other countries in all. They're already more cases than there. Were in the two thousand. Two outbreak of the related SARS virus international responses are wrapping up this morning. Russia's prime minister said the country would be closing its border with China authorities in Australia and Britain have quarantined returning travellers to British Airways and other airlines have canceled flights altogether into and out of China. Today the World Health Organization will meet to discuss whether the outbreak constitutes a global health. Emergency in any case. It's certainly a national one. So I am in China We have had thirty eight more deaths today So we're now two hundred seventy the dead. David Rennie is our Beijing bureau chief and has been visiting villages on the edge of WHO bay the province. which is the epicenter of the outbreak? We have seven thousand dozens seven hundred cases worldwide which almost all of them are here in China they are also being found now. In more than a dozen countries mostly people people traveling from China while sick and turning up in those countries we have evacuation flights going on. We've had the French due to leave today. The Americans left recently recently the Japanese. There's a problem with the fight for British nationals in the epicenter city of Wuhan where the Chinese are playing very hardball as far as we can telling if say the wife of a British businessman also has a Chinese nationality with a child has both nationals. Not letting them leave. Because China in some ways seems to feel he is one of the artery evacuating foreigners as if they can't be trusted to look after them and so the the entire province of who bay is essentially on lockdown. What does is that actually look like on the ground? It's very strange. This is kind of the Chinese Christmas. It's still lunar New Year Villages should be full of people back home from the cities to see their families. I should kids everywhere because school is out. But it's supposed to be a ghost town as you start driving even to ask down away from the WHO bay border. Each village on the roads down has has blocked the entrances with kind of pause model concrete. Pipes there are people guarding villages. Telling people to stay out when you get close to the border there. Police checkpoints are medics six in protection. Suits mosques goggles taking. Everyone's temperature and that's a pretty tense. Because if you're running a fever any reason at all then you could be stuck in two weeks according to you in the nearest Chinese hospital and so how are the people in those border areas dealing with it. How are they feeling about this? Strange situation well. Although from the outside this kind of massive quarantine which is now basically trapped tens of millions of Chinese people in their own homes from the outside that looks draconian and slightly scary strangely. Strange when you're on the ground actually the idea that they can do something anything to keep themselves safe by shutting foreigners out of the village or keeping their kids locked up inside is almost a source of comfort Kmart so one of the strangest place I went was the very last village are before you get the WHO bay border. It's a pretty scruffy village. It's just off the laws motorway exit and they have about two hundred people who have come home for Spring Festival from the city of Wuhan. Outbreak is at its most intense and so they have all been placed on lockdown at home. There are signs in the street saying they may not go out. They can't see relatives. They can't visit friends. I met about Mr Deng. He's a farmer a wheat farmer Vondra show in town and he has two little grandkids and they were kind of peeking their heads out of the front door of his scruffy farmhouse. But he would not let them on the street even though they should be out playing because it's the biggest holiday of the year and he said that you know of course fools. Everyone is worried because from that place you can even into Hubay so the idea is just across the horizon. Has everyone very image. So it's only in an authoritarian country like Mike Chinaware. That kind of lockdown can be done but I mean by the way you described it. It sounds as if it's working with the public. It has the kind of caution that is the suits this situation. So it's It gives people comfort. So He's supposed to the party secretary of the Village Way g he writes the border. The borough who you know. He has the comfort of of paperwork. which if you're a bureaucrat is is what you want? So he has been gene quarantining everyone in the village who came from the city of Wuhan. They're having the temperature taken twice a day. They reported that back up. The next level of government. There's notices. He's on every shop front telling people don't go out. Don't see strangers keep outside as a way so that is the comfort and there's a medical reason that if you stop what people having lots of contact you avoid big crowds that can at least delay the peak of an epidemic which gives you know the people developing vaccines somewhere in a laboratory far away a bit more time but I think you will see outside. Experts say this kind of really blunderbuss lock. Everyone in the whole area in their houses. Approach isn't isn't how you basically stop these things that actually in richer western countries the approach is much more targeted. You literally try and find the people who are infected and then you have these disease disease detectives who try and track everyone that they have met and that is how you stop an infection. That problem with is really tra- coenen approaches. That you frightened people who who might not want to get put an clinic. You flight frighten them and they go into hiding in one of the big promises announced this shutdown says you've ruined city eleven million people but then there was a bit of a delay and so perhaps a million people just disappeared between the announcement and the lockdown. And that's not what you want and so all told how. How prepared would you say the Chinese authorities were for this et relative to for instance the the SARS outbreak in two thousand two? So that's a very low all because back in two thousand to two thousand three when we had this other new virus saws. China spent several months just basically lying through its teeth and denying that this was a problem at all and that led to really hundreds of avoidable. Deaths it was a really disgraceful time. When you had doctors tried to tell the truth getting punished getting getting silenced? China clearly is trying to behave very differently. This time. They've identified the virus they are dealing with the international health organizations like the. Who but there are still question marks about why it took several weeks for the authorities in the main epicentres Wuhan to admit that there was human to human transmission mission. There was a real shortage of testing kits so I think that the verdict is still out on whether China should be praised or criticized for where is handling as well either way the the effect of essentially shutting down entire cities provinces scaring people into their homes even far from the epicenter. That's got ought to have huge effects on on the economy. Certainly the numbers are really really dramatic. I mean basically I mean this is for example. You can go buy sector-by-sector all all major. Tourist sites are closed at the busiest time of the year. This should be the biggest time of the year. For box office takings in cinemas eleven thousand cinemas in China are closed should be a time for massive sporting events. I mean it's like Thanksgiving or Christmas in America. That's this time of year everything's closed and so you're seeing economic predictions that the next GP numbers could see two percent. Growth is one of the numbers. We've seen thrown out there now. We haven't seen two percent growth in China since at the time of chairman mouse. You know they've been doing six seven percent growth in recent times so that'd be an extraordinary hit. Now that all depends really does of does. Does this knock. You know the the global economy six. It really depends how long this outbreak loss so remember that outbreak of Saws Two thousand to two thousand and three which killed nearly eight hundred people. People there was a very very shop. Hit the China's economy but it bounced back because it didn't last that long and then there was a lot of delayed spending and and on a consumption kicked back up this time round of the Chinese economy is a huge amount. Bigger this time round Chinese consumers Chinese tourists wrists a much more important. factor in global economic growth. So there's a lot of people who if China just disappears from global global economic growth this year people in a lot of countries against take a

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The SECURE Act is changing retirement — here are the most important things to know

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

03:36 min | 9 months ago

The SECURE Act is changing retirement — here are the most important things to know

"Again starting next year if you turn seventy and a half in twenty twenty your note down not have to take the required distribution if you turn seventy two in any future year twenty twenty twenty one twenty two that's when your are and these are going to start I do not believe we have the new calculations for how they'll determine the required distributions away I believe for next year they are going to be the same but I would I found this is I was going through back in November the IRS actually proposed a new uniform life table for our M. dis that it would begin in twenty twenty one and that would be different for those future years so if you are seventy two next year okay never mind if you're them pretty much if you're seventy and a half right now this year you can have the same schedule next year because you'll be seventy right one next year but then in twenty twenty one there will be a table that it looks like we'll be going into effect this is not certain yet but pretty much the the big change that would happen in that table again this is not certain so don't go telling people we can take a smaller R. M. D. now but the new uniforms wife table from the IRS would result in smaller or M. D.'s because if X. longer lifespans I'll give you an example of seventy two right now arm dis make you take out three point nine one percent of your IRA or four oh one K. beginning in twenty twenty one if this goes into effect the R. M. D. would then be three point six seven percent almost a quarter percent less than what it is today so there's no difference but it does add up so let's let's do differences get bigger as you get older as well so for example age eighty instead of having take at five point three five percent you have take out four point nine six so they get a little bit bigger as you get older so let's change pay this year I think we have a clear story on what's happening with people that are have acquired in distributions yeah let's talk about how this might impacts younger folks people still working or people that inherit require our inherit retirement accounts how does it change for them yes in this is the point of the show where the baby boomers screw over the millennials once more because that's exactly what is happening here and I I always have to stick with formal ideals inheriting giant retirement accounts another to pay taxes they have to pay more taxes it is more boomers passing the Buck to millennium there is no doubt about it so here's the deal right now if you inherited IRA from someone who's over seventy and a half you go into that uniform life table you have to start pulling money out over the course of you as long as you're not their spouse as long as you're not their spouse yeah in this legislation that is if it's signed into law which it probably will be either today or Monday is my guess what would happen is instead of having to pull this money out over the course of your life it will be over a ten year period now you do not need to pull out ten percent of the I. array each year if you inherit it you can wait all the way until the back end in just back load all the taxes which is kind of a dangerous thing to do but it's something where if you have a spike in income one year for whatever reason maybe get a big bonus you change jobs you got a promotion you could say look I'm not going to take any money out of the inherited IRA this year instead I'll wait and just take a bigger chunk next year when I expect my income to be lower so gives you some flexibility but it does require you to pull that money out in a ten year period if right now it's called a stretch irate you can stretch it out of your entire lifetime that is going away although I don't believe it's going away for people that already have one of these accounts correct which is going to make things really fun for a calculation record keeping it's going to be a real

Atomic watchdog: Iran's stockpiles of uranium still growing

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Atomic watchdog: Iran's stockpiles of uranium still growing

"Veeranna Tomic watchdog says a Ron stockpiles of low enriched uranium are still growing the Associated Press obtained a copy of the international atomic energy agency and its latest report on its member states to its member states that is it says a Ron stockpile of low enriched uranium still exceeds the amount allowed by the joint comprehensive plan of action it also says Iran continues to enrich uranium to four and a half percent that's above the three point six seven percent allowed under the Iran nuclear deal since the trump administration pulled out of that deal Ron has slowly been violating its

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"six seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Plane back anyway. alright Hannah thank U. S. and P. futures up five points Dow futures of fifty six nasdaq futures up six in the dachshund Germany's up four tenths percent ten year treasury up at eight thirty seconds your one point seven is zero percent yield on the two year one point six seven percent nine makes her toils down a tenth of a percent or seven cents at fifty six forty two a barrel and call my school this up to cancer center three dollars to fifteen fifteen thirty announce the euro one point oh nine three two against the dollar the yen one of seven point six two and that's a Bloomberg business slash Tom and John thanks so much care greatly appreciated for one time king back together again after the Bloomberg global business whether we upon yesterday with the traffic is so bad folks in New York that we have to walk I say you. track that's a proper height it supports a proper. to the. upset about that morning wall this is key maybe have a Walker my Walker you know going across there. what else can I minor according you do that walk and and everyone can he complain every step of the way the jury Leslie virgin Murray of Chatham house is on the front of a research piece that goes this will go on for ever she joins us now with the you know or so well from Bloomberg surveillance head of a U. S. and America's program Leslie vigil on Washington and this new impeachment process Leslie I'm I'm of course just think it will go on for ever it some point it will end how would you presume now knowing that the sentence not gonna let this MoveOn how do we actually extricate ourselves from this process. first of all we don't know what's going to happen and I would argue that you know this will be a very dynamic process and by dynamic I mean I think a lot of things are going to change we've been saying for the last several months or more than a year of various investigations that Americans attitudes are not changing that people are digging in their heels I don't think we're going to see the same thing with this and with each man hearings I think this is categorically different and that we're going to see people's attitudes change does the president have legal counsel have been thunderstruck if the you know the complete coverage out of the Washington post's of New York Times Bloomberg news everybody else there there's no article about his legal team is there a legal team. you know it I think it's a unclear exactly who's taking advice from is clearly taking advice from guiliani in various other people part of which is seeming to get him into a lot of trouble but it's you know it even the fact that that transfer was released in the way that it was suggests that the level of oversight caution is is not what one one might anticipate that it would be either that or this is a president who seem to think that that that that transcript suggested nothing that was beyond the pale house speaker Nancy Pelosi is emphasized that this is somewhat different this is easy to understand focus on the sequencing the aid was without them this call took place with this continue to be easy to understand we about sixty this getting increasingly complex and let's see the reason I ask is because how this plays out in the court of public opinion is ultimately what matters and I just wonder if it gets increasingly complex and it gets more difficult to understand what the court of public opinion would actually come with the Democrats to this effort. are you know well first of all that we know we we expect that the whistle blowers report may well be released to the public on Thursday or Friday that might be fairly complex but the basic story line is not. complicated the details will be complex but I think that there will be a lot of effort put into communicating that very clearly to the American public not only through the hearings but by journalists by analysts wide you know the broader public debate I think will be zero in on a couple of very clear things and the and the most important one I think will be that the that the American president is alleged to have put pressure to colluded with a the leader of a foreign government to investigate one of the leading candidates in the next presidential elections but pretty clear story line if you then add to that the threat to withhold military assistance at her created. typically to help Ukraine at desert again to very clear story lines and I don't think people will struggle to understand what does it do to the rest of policy I I mean I let's assume we come out of the nine o'clock hearing today folks again on Bloomberg radio you'll hear that with Mister McGuire okay we come out of this we move on to the unknown how does anybody focus on just to suggest a Chinese discussion in early October. yeah I mean look this is the presidency that has been marked by extreme distraction by various things going on the White House this is I would argue games changing it takes level and it will undoubtedly destructive president and his team but that this is a team that's been structured for a very long time but you know Tom it might be the case that this also drives the president to to double down on the number of his key foreign policy initiatives in in order to you know move the debate and the focus somewhere else. thank you so much less with Chatham us today a briefing here the the story of Washington I'm skimming through the essay for peloton it what choices he still kissed on this I am I mean interest circuits over in the dust start actually on the bike with John Foley do we need to do that on Bloomberg radio by should actually get on the bus. do they have like the lowest of low level remember the I've seen you want to pull up bar and I've seen that that was a great. from listeners I didn't get a paycheck but we fail you're laughing so hard in the gym together we have cut chiseled is if it's just great after after we works to see an essay that's almost an English you know they're in the price it looks like it looks like he's been prospered well yeah and and you know what what a joy there's there's no pontificating about they're gonna fix my body here. you know your little obsessed with this this my way of says I'm goodness at home when you the peloton this is Jim in the building I don't know that I want to. you can't be bothered to press.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm John struck thirty Dorian has strengthened into a category three this afternoon and is expected to become a potentially catastrophic category for with winds of almost one hundred forty miles per hour before blowing the shore late Monday or early Tuesday authorities are warning of power outages Florida power and light spokesman bill or love says the company is secure thirteen thousand workers to restore electricity and is looking for more we know how important it is to get the lights back on for our customers and to return life to some sense of normalcy so we're reaching out and as the days go on we will probably that number of thirteen thousand will will rise replaces there's plenty of gasoline in Florida is Doreen approaches it's just a matter of getting it to the states gas stations and that's becoming a big problem the stations are running out of gas also a journal dot com the United Nations atomic watchdog says Iran is still in violation of limitations set by the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with major powers the international atomic energy agency or IAEA says a wrong stockpile of low enriched uranium still exceeds the amount allowed by the so called joint comprehensive plan of action clarifying Iran continues to enrich uranium to four point five percent above the three point six seven percent allowed the violations were announced by Iran and confirmed by the I. A. E. A. last month and I meant to put pressure on nations to provided new economic incentives to help offset sanctions I'm Charles through this month beginning Sunday the US government will begin collecting fifteen percent terrace on one hundred twelve billion in Chinese imports but he was companies say they'll be forced to pass on to customers the higher prices they'll pay on Chinese imports such finishing mixed the Dow had thirty three points the nasdaq was off eleven more of these stories at town hall dot com when it comes to your pain many of you might be skeptical like I was about ordering relief factor Pat Boone again for this wonderful hundred percent drug free supplement designed to help you own body lower or eliminate occasional.

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Stocks: Buy now or later?

CNBC's Fast Money

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Stocks: Buy now or later?

"Started out the segment or the question was do you buy now or do you wait for it to come back a little bit and I think you have to remember that. Obviously the stock market is made up stocks and I think there's one really important stock and it's apple. It's the Maga- right there because the market does it gets really interesting. We're just talking about that may sell off in late May first when apple reported the stock gapped up it was up like six seven percent or something gave it back because that chart right there and then we had all that trade volatility downward volatility apple stock sold off twenty percent far greater than the seven percent and the S. and P. Five hundred when you look at the gap this was the last mega cap stock to report again. Get had a gap was reverse. It reversed eight percent from this highs and I think it's really important remember if you're thinking about where to buy a good story like apple because it's had to decent quarters you can instill get an overshot to the downside greater than that of the broad market and so you've got to figure out you don't go by that

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Iran, Mason And Five Percent discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Iran, Mason And Five Percent discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Iran's foreign ministry has given the weld anelle to mason find a way around usa sanctions within the next sixty days overpass worth the deliberate violation of the nuclear deal a spokesperson told reporters that iran has no hope old trust in any countries but the door to diplomacy remains open announcement will new does inflamed tensions with world powers including britain france and germany among others who struggle to maintain its tons of united states pulled out well joining me is some advocate associates from the middle east and north africa program just some house some good morning to you what exactly has iran announced then morning 'em iran is a putting increasing pressure on a the remaining signatories the deal md united states announcing another sixty days it's going to increase its you're uranium enrichment levels and this is all part of its pressure campaign to get the european leaders a specially at those in the uk germany and france to try and provide them some sanctions relief so she mean technically and why did the limits martha villainous matter because of the higher levels levels of enrichment brain iran closer to what they call a breakout time to develop or short in iran break at time to develop a nuclear weapon iran is quite far away from that its initial she'll cap of enrichment was at three point six seven percent of it is currently enriching up four point five percent but it's threatening to go up to actually pretty nuclear agreement levels of all really to demonstrate that they also can choose not to be in compliance with the deal similar to the united states have been verified these metals i mean could iran be bluffing a while the international atomic energy agency i believe was in toronto has verified five initial levels of up to four point five percent but you know we we don't know yet if they're going to actually get to the new twenty percent level there it's time to try and save the deal anti kickstart diplomacy is this this all these levels reversible in any way yes they're most definitely risk reversible in iran continues to press an end announced that that should sanctions relief be afforded to it iran can also return turn to complete compliance and they nuclear agreement so how would you react to this latest threat well american government is basically accusing iran of breaching the jcp away the nuclear agreement a nazi irony here because they were the ones that actually breached the deal by withdrawing what about those other countries still come mrs to the new to do well this puts us specifically see a european european countries in the most awkward position because over the past year they have been deeply frustrated by american unilateral approach and the withdrawal from the nuclear agreement end really because they have a this policy he has put pressure on them to try to save the deal and they just haven't been able to offer iran economic dividend were promised to it because european companies remain under the threat of usa secondary and dairy sanction should they do business with iran so they're in a very tough position and they only avenue that is really left for them is to pursue a diplomatic a negotiation and try and bring both iran in the united states back to the negotiating table now emmanuel macron's particularly active in trying to save the deal i think he's giving himself a deadline of the fifteenth of july to resume dialogue between all the partners do you think that's like he's put a i do think i'm not calling the effort effort as a very important one near runyan's are being relatively responsive to it a because of my call has credibility he tried to shepherd the last round of negotiations between washington and tire on a andy e3 last year in trying to save the jcp away 'em so i i do think that there is important opportunity here the challenge will be though that my car not only has to convince iran to reopen a the jcp away and start discussing how to approve upon the deal but it also he also has to convince washington to provide iran with some sort of face saving solution such sanctions relief on his as likely to happen well it depends what the calculations are in the trump administration the president as you know recently launched his election campaign he has domestic

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Iran's Uranium Enrichment Breaks Nuclear Deal Limit.

Ben Maller

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Iran's Uranium Enrichment Breaks Nuclear Deal Limit.

"Iran has passed the three point six seven percent uranium enrichment cap set by the twenty fifteen nuclear deal correspondent front pike in reports it's part of an effort to pressure European nations to ease sanctions on Iran keeping the uranium below weapons grade so far this is still something that is the only valuable for civilian nuclear production so the Iranians are saying while the breach the terms of the deal they say that they still are remaining inside the deal and they say that it's well within their rights

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Trump warns Iran 'better be careful' on nuclear enrichment

Stephanie Miller

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Trump warns Iran 'better be careful' on nuclear enrichment

"President trump said Arron better be careful the warning came after teh round announced its increasing its uranium enrichment above the limits set by the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers what they're essentially doing now is they're changing the quality the low enriched uranium that they are producing they're saying that up from three point six seven percent of an enrichment in that you're reading then I'm going to breach that that level the end goal higher now they're not exactly sure at this point but to what extent they're going to do that there's a lot of talk about it being around five percent of in Richmond that they're going to

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Iran announces increase in uranium enrichment

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Iran announces increase in uranium enrichment

"Live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder Irani officials confirmed today that he Ron will in rich its nuclear fuel beyond the current rate of just under four percent and peers Peter Kenyon reports to wrong calls it a response to the US withdrawing from the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement and re imposing sanctions on Iran at a news conference in Tehran Iranian official said since Iran hasn't seen the benefits from the nuclear deal by its deadline of Sunday it will take its second step to back away from its voluntary reductions to its nuclear program by upping its enrichment of uranium the decision to increase in Richmond above three point six seven percent concerns nonproliferation experts but they say much will depend on how high the additional in Richmond goes up to five percent they say would not be critical but if it reaches twenty percent or more alarm bells would ring to run is already exceeded the limit of low enriched uranium it can have Peter Kenyon NPR news Vienna near ons move the scene as a challenge to Europe for failing to deliver economic relief from US sanctions the running officials say they will take additional steps in sixty days but that did remains open to

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United Nations, Iran And Vienna discussed on Various Programming

Various Programming

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

United Nations, Iran And Vienna discussed on Various Programming

"The United Nations nuclear watchdog says it was aware of it around will break the twenty fifteen nuclear deals limits on uranium enrichment the international atomic energy agency says its inspectors in Iran will report to its Vienna headquarters as soon as that happens Iranian officials announced this morning that the country is ramping up the level of uranium enrichment they have a three point six seven percent per minute out of the deal earlier this month Iran increased its stockpile of low enriched

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Iran Has Passed Enriched Uranium Stockpile Limit

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Iran Has Passed Enriched Uranium Stockpile Limit

"Iran denies violating terms of a multi national nuclear deal despite exceeding limits placed on its uranium stockpiles according to the terms Iran cannot possess more than three hundred kilograms of low enriched uranium a limit that was surpassed yesterday Tehran is also threatening to break another commitment in the deal by in reaching uranium above three point six seven percent fox's trading's the Middle East bureau president trump withdrew the U. S. from the deal

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"six seven percent" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on Here & Now

"Jill. Hello. So there's a new survey out today from the national association for business economists which estimates a fifteen percent risk of recession this year and a sixty percent risk by the end of twenty twenty. What are the factors that are concerning economists about where we are? Well, I think number one is the increased trade protectionist. That's what they cite as the primary downside risk, but there's also other pieces of this financial market. Strains meaning that, hey we've been rising for awhile and even though we've lost as you said six, seven percents in the month of may. Markets are still higher and also general global growth, slowdown. So that adds to all of the mix of potential worries around recession, but that said when you look at a lot of the measures of the economy including the unemployment rate, which is down at what three point six percent or something like that. The economy has been growing strongly, despite all of these issues. What, what do you think could tip it? You know, it could be sheer exhaustion, if you think about it next month this, this economy, which has been expanding almost ten years will actually become the longest expansion on record. So obviously, the further you get into the process, the more likely it is that it corrects at some point, and also that generally speaking last year, we had that strong growth, but it really was attributable to the one time impact of those tax increases. So a lot of economists that I've been speaking to not the ones from the survey specifically have said to me twenty twenty that's kind of what we're pencilling, but no. No one knows this is all a guesstimate, frankly. Okay. The New York Times is reporting today. That last week, President Trump considered imposing tariffs on Austrailia. Of course, he actually did say he was imposing them on Mexico. It now sounds like the stralia and tariffs are going to be put on hold at least temporarily, but as you look at the tariffs on China and Mexico and other places. How much are those hurting the economy right now? I don't see huge signs that there is a big dent in the economy because of this. I mean, we might say that g had the tariffs, not been in place or the threat of tariffs, not out there, that we would be growing by even more. But it's hard to prove a negative what we do know is that these terrorists create uncertainty. And that is certainly something that business leaders are very concerned about, I spoke to one woman who said to me, look, I was thinking about adding a thousand people to my payrolls this year. Now I'm rethinking it because I don't know when tariffs can come out of the. Blue for non economic reasons like they just did last week with Mexico. How do you expect the Federal Reserve will react to what's going on in the markets and the economy right now? Well, I think we have a clear message from Jerome Powell and company, and that is that at the moment that there is any weakness. I think this fed is ready to cut, and it's not going to be because of the president, and what the president says it's just that these fed governors are very sensitive to an economic slowdown. I think the likelihood is we actually could see a fed rate cut this year. Put it on the tape market there. We'll come back and see if you're right. Jill Schlesinger business analysts with CBS news and host of Jill money. Thank you take in. The sound of velcro as Mike Steiner foam Corgan the architecture and design firm,.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To seventy nine to speak with Robert or always online at the hard way dot com. Now, Robert Harwood and Todd Schnitt. Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the weather report. You're saying what is the weather report? Yeah. Because we're gonna talk about upcoming potential financial storms. So hey, Bob on a stand in front of this so weather map, but just point around. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know with a great intro because what I want to talk about today is how to weather any coming stars. Listen, I don't know when a crash is coming, you know, when you have all these people in the radio talking like, the no the crash will be tomorrow in which you need to do the reality is nobody knows. But there is a right way to do things. So that when the storm comes the financial storm, you're going to be okay. Well, listen, we've known each other for many many years, we were personal friends. Well, geez, khloe. My daughter is coming up on eighteen and we met at swim lessons when the kids were like just microscope. So well known each other for a long. Time, you know, well before we started doing this radio show together. And you've always always told me about you know, how you can invest so your downside is really protected when things go south in the stock market Todd. I gotta tell you. And the thing about it is you've got to be patient with the market. You know, people get all excited when the market's rocketing up and they're scared to death when the market's going down what I advocate is get off the rollercoaster. You don't need to ride that roller coaster. If you can just kind of get things, let's say over the long term six seven percent average return and look at things that way over the long term. You're really better off. And I'll tell you it proves out because we have all these people that are are making great money. And then things happen. They lose great money and the end up starting over again over and over and over these storms happen. I don't know when the next crash is coming I always tell people, and I really believe this right now that I'm pretty op. Domestic about things. I think things look pretty darn good right now. But it doesn't mean it's going to stay that way. And some there frustrates Batat. Is I always hear on the radio and TV all these people talking about like a crash is going to happen tomorrow. And all they're trying to do is scare people in my opinion and to make an bad decision. Maybe. So there I don't think that's healthy at all. When you hear that kind of stuff. The reality is the stock market or investing can do very very well over time. You're there to make money. Let's go make money. But let's be smart about what we're doing. Listen. I think what you're saying is accurate because I've obviously heard it as well. But there are some people that they they breed a fear of panic, and you know, that's maybe part of their business model, and that's that's unfortunate. Because what you like to preach is just slow and steady. And also being you know in the right financial. Vehicles. It's not all about the stock market. It's not all about mutual funds. It's not all about bonds, or whatever.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm Lou and former here with Eric Heckman, Eric is president of Heckman financial than he's been helping people plan for secure and comfortable retirement for that long. So Eric is there anything else you wanna add or review before we have to wrap things up today? Well, really just having your money allocated in the correct manner. So really, what is say the correct manner should be everybody is yes, you should have some money in the market. And so when I talk about the market, we're talking about stocks, bonds mutual funds, everything that's in your 4._0._1._K. But you should also have your money in two other places wanted some foundational assets. So that stuff that security where you can't lose it. And ideally can't even pay a lifetime income, and then you should also some steady income money. These are things that are not typically in the stock market that are paying usually about five six seven percent on a monthly basis. And if you have those assets the foundational assets a steady income that allow you're in the market money to build. To go up and down a little bit more and not affect your day to day retirement, quite as much. So that's one of the keys having the allocation the right way. I was hoping that you could share your story with us again, how you became a financial adviser. I started straight out of college from from Santa Clara university in really wanted to be able to help people a lot the hard part is they started with some of the big firms and really realized that these big huge firms that she worked for you have worked for them. I and the client second, and I really hated that. I remember this one big company from New York that I worked for they had one five twenty nine plan to offer clients, and it was the worst one rated by far the worst. So I used almost not like to tell people about it. So and that was the only one they loud me the us. And that's because I was a registered Representative at the time. I had to do whatever they told me to do. And they gave me the toolbox. And there's a lot of drawers that toolbox that were locked shut, and I couldn't access them know, that's that's really a tough situation. So that's why about a decade ago. Now, we became fully independent, and we got away from all that junk of having to have somebody who tells me what what I can't use for my clients. Now, my clients hire me, I don't work for somebody else who worked for my clients know, my clients I worked directly for them. I'm doing a bad job. They should fire me. And if I'm doing a great job, they should be telling everybody, so. So that I say is there is no middleman that's getting cut of everything we actually pass those savings on to our clients..

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"six seven percent" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"And but on our travels we are in georgia and i met with my my nephew's son he's ten absolutely loves cars as much as i love cars growing up it's all these little hot wheel cars displayed in in his room and he has remote control cars he loves cars and his dad loves cars and the cars are changing to definitely changing we want to talk about electric vehicles which there's there's roughly about in two thousand sixteen there was one point two million electric vehicles worldwide and by electric talking about plug in cars and sometimes if there are plugging hybrid that counts but just some are a hundred percent electric but it's growing in two thousand fifteen zero point six seven percent of cars on the road in in the us were electric versus those that use combustible engines in two thousand seventeen it surpassed one percent for the first time one point one eight percent so still a really small portion in the in the title of the today show what will your next car electric there's some things preventing it from becoming widely adopted and we're gonna look at that today but see what the trends are i is cost it's more expensive to buy a electric car the upfront cost the chevy volt cost thirty three thousand dollars starting price nissan leaf thirty thousand dollars tesla model three if he can get one thirty five thousand the tesla model s sixty eight thousand dollars so they're they're expensive to start but what's important is the total cost of ownership over to life of owning the car and something i track a my car i've had many different types generally it's been twenty eight the thirty cents per mile once you count the the depreciation hit and the maintenance there was a paper by michael savage back and brandon shuttle of the university of michigan they calculated the average annual cost of driving a typical new gasoline vehicle in the united states is one thousand one hundred seventeen dollars per year so that would be gasoline and maintenance in an electric vehicle.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The student comments on average it's like six seven percent of the time but for the students who were randomly assigned a white male name that probability doubled to about twelve percent d says the tendency for instructors to respond to comments posted by white male students likely as the result of implicit or unconscious bias and he says the good news is that people can be taught to let go of such bias by her making sure they don't feel threatened by this it's not an accusation on their integrity or their character and through developing different ways to fish allies people who aren't like fat and develop empathy the research also notes that students are more likely to respond to other students they believe are the same ethnicity and gender as them melissa call ross kcbs some critics say disneyland should sink it's new politically correct pirates we'll get the story from brian paying with all news sister station knx in los angeles that scene showing pirates auctioning off campus of women as brides will soon be walking the plank replaced by a female pirate doing the auctioning of stolen treasure dusty sage who blogs on the fan site mice chat tells knx it's about time they can keep kind of the flavor of it but if it needs to change so that they're not showing little girls that it's okay to sell women into slavery then it's probably for the right reason not a fan is david caning who's written several books about disneyland history just another way that disney is changing things that have been beloved for many years without proving now i think it's mostly disney just being lily livered the ride closes to make the scene change late next month knx reporter brian ping kcbs news time nine fifty five stocks turned in a mixed performance industrial on tech stocks outperformed shares and the consumer and energy sectors some caution was noted ahead of next week's federal reserve board meeting that out jones industrials rose one hundred fifteen points nearly half a percent to twenty four thousand eight seventy three the nasdaq closed fifteen points lower loss of two tenths percent the sp five hundred lost two points or one tenth percent a whistle blower lawsuit alleges some shenanigans on the part of.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"They already have deals with all the creditors they've got deals with bank of american citibank and chase and all that to get rates of maybe six seven percent you combine all your debts into one at the lower rate and you pay them off it's considered a neutral on your credit score so that's wave you can't do it yourself if you paying the minimum on a credit card it could take a thirty years to pay off so what happens to your credit score when you do that that it's considered a neutral on your credit score in itself it doesn't help desert but in the long run getting out that's what's going to help and zoom senior cow you combine all of those argued than thou a new loan it's our new lanham alone you are probably going to close the camps down the say you housing all of them that have maybe have seven credit cards close six of them and keep warm for normal use but close the highest once that's correct because otherwise you never get this is about paying these debts off come not not extending things that part of what they'll do it splits call the debt management plan of dmp and they will do a whole budget with you first in what your income as winter expenses are and what your debt is and what rates they have with different banks that you have and they'll say arcane strain of dollars a month and will take you two and a half years to pay off whatever numbers come out to be and you make one payment him up the cambridge they dispersed mind creditors and now you're on a path getting out of debt in this last christmas season we added over 50 billion dollars in credit card debt were now well over a trillion dollars about forty percent of that people are evolving the balances they're paying interest every month write what.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"It's time to get on her portrait here on bloomberg markets in the house alex harris she's bomb reporter here bloomberg near she's in our bloomberg 1130 at studios in new york city so alex she said it's been a hectic day i the carol you know and really the and the interesting thing is yes treasuries are up on the day know they have a firmer footing were sitting around two point six two percent for the 10year yield but you have to get there you know it was a little hectic this morning and i think really you know early in the first half of the trading session it was really the currency's driving the bus this morning and bonds were along for the ride and in particular it was the rise in the euro you know ecb president mario draghi was kinda trying to jawbone the euro lower wasn't really working and so you saw this spike above one twenty 125 level and you know so you saw the treasury's come off a bit durrie during the cpa events of the morning and also you saw this backup in yields in the peripheral countries such as spain and italy because those ended that european session of about five two five and a half basis points and then once they are in the market digested the ecb near the us 10year which had written risen above two point six seven percent on the morning of heavy selling a new start to see canada's buyers common here and really that kinda came was supported by the long island you saw the rally kind come through the rest of the market and it led to even a strong really strong seventy auction this afternoon i am you had at seventy eight percent take down from the indirect bidders which is the second highest since treasury brought the sevenyear option back in two thousand nine and actually my colleague wall topic deal it is aliens finding my colleague at boeing bro yeah conduct ask had just pointed out that what may have been a contributing factor to this auction was that you.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"What does that due to the economy seats of me this is brilliant brilliant because you get some tax revenue albeit money up front but time and value the money because let's face it if the person fifty years old they're not touching that retirement account until their seventy and a half so there's no revenue coming into the government until there seventy and a half and even then you know what the required minimum distribution is when you're seventy it's three point six seven percent calling four so by then you've got a million bucks in the account the only pull out forty thousand dollars and you pay ten thousand dollars in taxes well you know what ten thousand dollars i'm teen years from now versus ten thousand bucks today growing at whatever percentage could be a good deal for our government to get us out of this horrible horrifyingly huge debt that we have but more importantly it can help a whole lot of kids that can't come up with downpayment money and their parents aren't gonna want to pull the money on pay thirty five percent tax on it to help them by the house oh i think this is brilliant i really and truly do okay on the subject of trump trump fifty percent of the population love this guy fifty percent of the population hate this guy if a from me i'll keep my personal opinions to myself but from a business standpoint let me give you some of these small business highlights these small business.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The rangers the patriots and steelers tomorrow topping our news at eleven thirty republican leaders say they have a final version of the proposed tax reform package cbs's bill rakoff reviews the key provisions and the prospects for passage of vote on a revised tax reform bill is expected next week in both houses of congress after republicans in the house and senate powered through a final version cbs's aero burnett has a look at a couple of the key details cuts the corporate tax rates permanently from thirty five to twenty one percent it cuts old individual tax rates but only temporarily the cut for example for the top rate of thirty nine point six seven percent we'll put money in people's pockets now but that drop expires in 20 25 senator marco rubio of florida came on board friday after his demand for more refundable child tax credit was mad and every taxes mahfoud is not what wasn't gonna vote for a bill that ignored working people california congressman mike thompson says the bill does just that we believe that meaningful tax reform must begin and end with middle class families it shouldn't be built on their backs cbs news update i'm bill rakoff two hundred forty four years ago the people of boston were also angry about taxes they were so angry they threw pounds in pounds of key overboard into the harbour before it could be unloaded rather than pay attacks on it the annual reenactment of the tea party takes place tonight starting at six thirty at the old south meeting house the actual building were the organizers met two hundred forty four years ago it still stands today on lower washington street from there the reenactors will march to the waterfront and dumped tea into the harbour sean ford the executive director of the boston tea party ships in museums says the tea party was not actually about taxes or t what it had to do it was representation that british magna carta simply stated no british subjects she'll be taxed without their consent in parliament and that's what this was about the.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"That the media while there were people coming up being charged with very serious crimes that i think would have been of great interest of the community and they were there with their one camera that the only thing that they were waiting on and focusing on was you because you're a state representative so is all about the story and but you weren't trying to get special treatment or or avoid responsibility for having been there in the first place in any way shape or form you had nothing to do with it correct now all right well let's explore those other questions that you have we'll see what the listeners have to say in the final segment i'm randy corporate so glad to have eight no longer under the suspicion of felony violation of the law state representative lauri seen in studio three of three six nine six 1971 i randy corporate stay with us cbs news update a vote on a revised tax reform bill is expected next week in both houses of congress after republicans in the house and senate powered through a final version cbs's aero burnett has a look at a couple of the key details cuts the corporate tax rates permanently from thirty five to twenty one percent it cuts all individual tax rates but only temporarily the cut for example for the top rate of thirty nine point six seven percent we'll put money in people's pockets now but that drop expires in 20 25 senator marco rubio of florida came on board friday after he is the man for more refundable child tax credit was mad and every taxes included novel wasn't gonna vote for a bill that ignored working in california congressman by thompson says the bill does just that we believe that meaningful tax reform must begin and end with middle class families it shouldn't be built on their backs cbs news update law which on the by the aren't guiding light for the faith fault now the spoken word of god can be heard any time anywhere introducing wonder five all the incredible bible that speaks the lord is monsur simply turn on.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is the alternative i think maybe there's junk putting some money in the stocks which is obviously shown because you know version with the stock market is doing uh plus you got companies buying back in you know all this other stuff to help sort of info inflate the price a little bit but interest rates you've got alternative to bonds professor plum will end when you're looking at a current bond individual that you're holding and you see that okay it's got a six seven percent interest rate and it's got another ten years to go until maturity your rate of return is really not six or seven percent that interest is being paid because my bond if it's a ten thousand audubon it is not worth ten thousand dollars to me today it's worth 13000 15000 whatever the number is that works out with a mathematics that bond is worth a lot more so i could sell it and by that money in something else that money that cash value that x that sale proceeds that are available today are going to earn basically two to three percent over the next eight to ten years value that one is there something i can do that will do better than than that's the yield to maturity we're talking about that's my true ray returned based on current value knowing that i'm going to lose some of that current value even though i'm getting a pretty nice interest payment so what can i do looking at the value of that bonn today compared to what it's paying me over the next x number of years and what am also losing over the next x or lawyers grabbed something that has the potential better and that's where people are ditching their bonds even though the high interest rates 'cause they're selling amid huge premiums and they're moving it into something that they believe can earn more than that yield to.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"You don't want to have to worry about that party i i just i know that my spouse is going to be the strategies there for them and so is state planning is more than just the documentation of a wilbur trust of oh you know whatever the case which are give me one of those are important we're there needed there's a really important but it's also how do we take care of what is important to us going forward if it's not important to you you don't need anything you don't need a will you don't need a trust you don't need any if it just doesn't matter and near we've met people like this to well you know what yeah got a lot of money and i'm take care of it for me and if when i go i don't care what happens to it i'm gone what i care fine just manager for yourself but most people have a little bit different opinions they want to take care of it they don't as much as they don't necessarily want to pay to take care of the transfer further you know through to the kids the cost involved today compared to the cost it's going to be involved with the kids whether it's probate taxes whenever the case they don't want the government getting anything if they can avoid and the government takes on a very large four of it's not just the federal government if the courts these the i don't want anybody sure i want my kids to get it you know but they can pay the taxes because i don't want to pay the taxes but where i really want the courts to get four or five six seven percent of the gross value of the estate depending upon how with.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Owned apple in 2014 it paid out dividends worth one point six seven percent of the share price so it's yield one point six seven percent but in 2014 apple was up forty point zero three percent so that year you gotta a total return of forty one point seven percent now in 20 15 not nearly as exciting the yield was actually one point nine three percent because the dividend went up but the capital appreciation was minus two point eight percent apple actually lost that year fewer recall so that year you earned minus point eight seven percent so when you're reaching three yield understand that is not the total return it can be a very very dangerous thing to do in particular if you're going for leveraged funds like closedend fund that use the leverage because that would exacerbate the decline just to get that extra yield so be very very careful don't evaluate and investment based on its yield alone look at its historical track record and then you can better make a decision on whether or not they yield is worth the total returned that you would expect and that investment okay and we come back its managing sequence what is that all day all about it on the rebound stick around in the.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To try and fills rao oldest scholtz noise the volatility speculation around these flow on a daytoday basis and look at the thai action accounts he should be moving in on the fundamental prices driven by pricing across the world is europe to creditor trade right now for you yes definitely is weeping over what europe for quite some time we've had a really good earnings season on a run sixty percent of the white into it we've had a good revenue growth in the old roof six seven percent slightly better than the us we've had really good earnings growth of 25 percent gronzy dot speeds queued by somebody all majors such as shell the euro obviously with the weakness studies have has helped benefit earnings from a very low base line but everybody seems to be long the euro everybody seems to be long european equities and we can't help but feel you will start to see this tried slowly correct and i'm wind and there will be a reallocation tools to us and a reallocation tools emerging markets which will benefit from a weaker us dollar yeah i mean the us isn't isn't really hurting right now looking at dow twenty two thousand then changing my screen here s p basically 2500 how much higher how much longer can we can read game here how much further do we have to run i guess it's it's a very good question mack a twenty two thousand he starts his side can this continue with ps up seventeen and a half and in fact 9 seen plus for the nasdaq earnings per share price appreciation if we have could earnings numbers that share prices will actually increase and all eyes focused on trump and his proposed tax cuts the corporate tax rate being reduced repatriation tax as a very low level all if this will help support the consumer well then spend more money in that should translate into earnings so that's the paul flight that we all thinking through and when we look at the economic lady in earnings involved in the us looks robust we accept and acknowledge to valuations look stretched however we see malkin slowly grinding higher going forward though over the summit would expect monks to take a bit of a brita the caveats wall if this is the.

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"six seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"six seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of the financial system i wish the people who criticise me would tell me what a better alternative could be because frankly i don't shoot so that was the talent finance miss appear colorado pattern speaking through a translator robustly defending of italian government stance yeah i mean the sized of may seventeen billion euros in totality to defend what they say is strategically important as an italian banking stocks are all very strong wind tests apollo picking up the good assets for one euro up three point five percent any credit up two point nine eight percent and banco bpm up two points six seven percent so it's still matter smith was was me from jp morgan asset management are they steven ready said this is this this is the biggest nonperforming loan market in the world so at three hundred billion euros an eighty billion is going to be in private hands at the end of this year that is one of the driving forces behind as italy on his rejuvenation what does for politics is a whole another story caroline isn't it what are we got we got a little bit of a little bit more from fraud i was going to say margaret thatcher there's a for the word i came for all of us your holiday prime minister theresa may is who she would publish details today of how she intends to protect the rights of more than three million european union nationals living in britain once her country has left the block in twenty nineteen bloomberg's brexit editor simon kennedy has more on that continent to loses lost recruits through in short who brooks is a crude david davis on sunday he would front eu demands for the corpulent arbitrate disputes if north cooper to lose the block in thousand 2009 to return was agreed the tools for creating lucien troop complicated until sufficient progress as we move on the shoe such assistance.

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