35 Burst results for "Sixty Five Billion Dollars"

To-go drinks an elixir for public, a lifeline for business

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

To-go drinks an elixir for public, a lifeline for business

"The corona viruses had an impact on the nation's liquor laws only two states allowed cocktails to go before the pandemic according to the distilled spirits council at least thirty three states and the district of Columbia are now temporarily allowing them struggling restaurants a cocktails to go has been a lifeline letting them re hire bartenders and pay the rent but critics like mothers against drunk driving say states should slow down and think about public safety the distilled spirits council says restaurants and bars have lost an estimated one hundred sixty five billion dollars since March because of lockdowns and social distancing requirements I bet Donahue

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To-go drinks an elixir for public, a lifeline for business

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

To-go drinks an elixir for public, a lifeline for business

"The corona viruses had an impact on the nation's liquor laws only two states allowed cocktails to go before the pandemic according to the distilled spirits council at least thirty three states and the district of Columbia are now temporarily allowing them struggling restaurants a cocktails to go has been a lifeline letting them re hire bartenders and pay the rent but critics like mothers against drunk driving say states should slow down and think about public safety the distilled spirits council says restaurants and bars have lost an estimated one hundred sixty five billion dollars since March because of lockdowns and social distancing requirements I bet Donahue

Columbia Donahue
Kathy Hochul, Lt Governor of New York State

The Electorette Podcast

07:10 min | 8 months ago

Kathy Hochul, Lt Governor of New York State

"I'm Jim. Taylor skinner and this is the electorate on this episode. A have a conversation with Lieutenant Governor. Kathy focal of New York, state. Lieutenant, Governor huckle joins me. To Discuss New York response to the coronavirus outbreak, specifically the recovery in rebuilding process. We discussed. The unique ways plumbing have been impacted by Kobe nineteen and what can be done to help women recover, so please enjoy my conversation with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Cocoa. Thank you. Bradley back look I enjoyed our conversation last time. We're going to have this great. Yes, I just into welcome back. The last time you spoke of course that was of course before the pandemic and I know that you hit the ground running. You've been connecting with constituents and you've been working really hard to get the state New York state back on its feet. So I just WanNa know you know. How are you doing? Thank you for asking and I am doing fine. My normal life would've been going from my home. In the western part of New York Buffalo catching as three a M wakeup call and getting out of flight, five to go, New York City, and then maybe try out to Long Island for. For a few hours, and then up to our state capital, and maybe you know, cover the whole state by midnight, so to made parsley in his less travel and wars, zooming moving around the state is what I'm doing, so I have been able to actually touch. More constituencies speak to more elected officials I host meetings with physicist WBZ conference statewide yesterday that I would not have been able to probably pull off with the other schedule half, and so you whether it's talking to chambers women on businesses, faith based community I'm out there just talking about what our objectives are in. In terms of meeting the healthcare crisis, but now we're in the more desirable phase, which is talking about how reopened in a smart way based on the metric, so it is all consuming, but still very fascinating and We're GONNA come out of this with much more knowledge, understanding appreciation for people from all walks of life that were sort of quietly behind the scenes, and never got the recognition they deserve, and I also think this gives us an opportunity to state to really redefine ourselves and launched into the future, and sees on some of the best practices that have emerged out of. Of this crisis. Yeah, I'm glad you're doing well, and you've been working really hard to move the state into the next phase of a lockdown. Honestly I have to say it does make me a bit nervous. Given what's at stake? States begin to reopen too soon. So as are you in right now new. York state depends on the corner of the state of Western. New York upstate to just much that moved into phase to my way of buffalo buffets too early next week. Face to opens up a lot more of the businesses that he will been anxious to go to hair salons and. Retail with many limitations May. There's no nails being done his facials. It is just get a quick haircut with someone who's wearing literally a face shield and has had tested the taken test for Kobe before. They could. Even I'll serve you, so we have very tight restrictions to deal with just what you're talking about. The fear that people are going to have about. Emerging from his deep slumber. Being people have been doing everything they could to sacrifice, but to keep themselves and their families safe, and now they want. They have to be able to trust us in government that followed the doctors who followed the experts, and then we on the metrics that we feel it's safer to go out taking the same precautions we've talking about for. For three months now and so that's why we have the ability to open up slowly. We're not. We're not talking about restaurants. We'll be theaters or larger gatherings, just slowly opening up society and the economy, but nationally we passed this really grim milestone. We have now over a hundred thousand deaths from Colbert nineteen. You know it's still very scary to me on the. The other hand lots of businesses, especially small businesses. They're really hurting financially. There seems to always be this pushing pull. You know we're state. You're caught between which takes priority. Yes, and we are priority all throughout. This has been public health. We wouldn't be talking about reopening. Despite understanding deeply how extraordinarily painful this is for our small businesses and all the employers and I. I come out of a small business family I know the suffering that goes on, and you put your livestream into a low shopper, little of business and almost sign. You don't know if you're GONNA. Make it to the next month or not, so so what we've always said. Public Health comes I mean we can always bring back our economy. He'll be painful tough. Excruciating for our state, revenues are states in your body, sixty five billion dollar whole over the next couple of years already, so we're GONNA have to make some tough decisions, probably some cuts, but if people aren't alive, not protecting public health than what are we therefore so that is what has driven US early talking about reopening. Because we've seen the numbers decline really quite well now, it took a long time to reach the plateau. And if you follow along in New York state has a very transparent way to see what's going on at four dot ny dot. Gov You can really see our hostels ation rate, and it's really going downhill. The number of people use as down number of new cases. Way Down and we didn't see that we wouldn't be talking about reopening if we had stronger broader social safety nets. Nets here in the US what would be ideal in terms of a reopening schedule right in I'm thinking about New Zealand. You know I knew there are comedy is a lot smaller than ours you know, but they had a really strict walked down early on. You know, accommodate suffer bid. They're able to really crush the curve really quickly, so I guess the question is, how would we? We operate if our social safety nets were such that you know, we didn't have to worry as much about the economy, you know what would are reopening process. Look like well probably operate very differently, and what troubles me the most is that women have been hit so hard by this wing. Women were women than men are filing for unemployment. They're. They're not in the industries that are. Are being called back the earliest like construction manufacturing, those are very male, dominated field, so women will be going without their paycheck, and you longer period of time, and on the other hand, those who are working are in the most at risk jobs made therein the ones. They're the ones that are out there on the front line, a seventy eight percent of healthcare workers, the nurses and People that are working in the cafeterias and the Kitchens and and places where they exposed. Those are all women, and so women are really. Really caught in a bad squeeze here at this pandemic either unemployed, and if you're single head of household, you're having trouble. Put Food on the table. A hope and your unemployment checks come in, but let him have been anomaly delayed because of the overwhelming. The system or you're out there exposing yourself every day because you need that paycheck you going and working in a kitchen making someone's. Someone's food that they can pick up curbside and positive. Free back the virus your house, so the Connie's important, and it'd be nice if people knew that they didn't have to risk themselves. We also have to keep some basics functions going and we. We need people to still going to the grocery stores and sell our food and go into the pharmacies of make sure we have prescription. Prescription so those tend to be women, which is just a fascinating study, and whether or not society properly recognizes and appreciation to end compensates women the way they should.

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Argentina Tries to Escape Default as It Misses Bond Payment

Bloomberg Finance

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Argentina Tries to Escape Default as It Misses Bond Payment

"Argentina will improve the terms of its offer to restructure sixty five billion dollars worth of overseas bonds this after sinking into default when it failed to make an interest payment economy minister Martin Goodman didn't give any details on his plans in an interview but he said discussions with creditor groups continue Argentina which is burdened by inflation near fifty percent and a shrinking economy even before the pandemic missed the final deadline for five hundred million dollars worth of interest payments

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Ten years later: The Deepwater Horizon disaster

Morning Becomes Eclectic

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Ten years later: The Deepwater Horizon disaster

"Today marks ten years since the deadly explosion occurred on the deepwater horizon oil drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico eleven workers on that rate lost their lives in crude oil flowed from the under water well for nearly three months NPR's Jeff Brady examines what's been learned in the decade since one of the largest environmental disasters in U. S. history the consequences of that accident and spill are still felt along the US Gulf coast today the disaster cost oil giant BP sixty five billion dollars and lead to tighter regulation of the offshore oil industry but even now environmental groups say regulators especially under the trump administration are too cozy with the industry retired Coast Guard admiral Thad Allen was the incident commander for the government's response what is the single most important change was made was a requirement to have well containment equipment available as a condition of the permitting but apartment of interior that equipment is standing by in the industry says it could respond to a similar incident much faster now Jeff Brady NPR

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Walton Family's Wealth Climbs to $165.7 Billion With Recession-Resilient Walmart

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

Walton Family's Wealth Climbs to $165.7 Billion With Recession-Resilient Walmart

"The fortunes of the Walton family the pioneers of American bargain shopping have reached new heights during a pandemic that has otherwise obliterated global markets the combined net worth of siblings Alice Jim and rob Walton has climbed more than two and a half percent this year to about one hundred sixty five billion dollars as recession wary shoppers flocked to Walmart stores to stock up on staples the Arkansas based company's dominance of mass market retail has made its controlling shareholders the world's richest family the Waltons own about half of the stock their gains make them an anomaly economic contraction caused by the corona virus pandemic has raised more than eight hundred billion dollars from the combined fortunes of the world's five hundred richest people that according to the Bloomberg billionaires index among the exceptions Amazon founder Jeff Bezos who has seen his fortune grow on orders from house bound shoppers and Eric you want CEO of zoom video communications maker of the now ubiquitous teleconference

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Is Boeing Finally Getting It Right?

MarketFoolery

07:18 min | 1 year ago

Is Boeing Finally Getting It Right?

"In January Boeing. Boeing is going to halt production of the seven thirty-seven Max indefinitely and now seems like a good time to a check your portfolio and see if you own any shares of any company. That is a manufacturer. And they have Boeing As a major client because the ripple effect of this could be pretty big. Yeah I mean it will be big. I mean when we talk about the the the bigger picture implications here when you're talking about supply chain were. There are somewhere in the neighborhood of a million jobs involved A it more than six hundred suppliers in that supply chain. I mean there's there's clearly a lot of money at stake here now. That said I mean I. I agree wholeheartedly lead. This is the right. Move for Boeing to make. I mean we were talking about this back in October. Market Fullerenes in in you and I think both agreed at the time that their their desire to try to get this thing back online by the end of the year was borderline absurd because it felt like it was rushed and I I didn't really figure out how the intended to do that. particularly when you're dealing with regulators and so you get to where we are today and I was GonNa say who else agreed with us the FA. I think that makes sense. But I I think that when you you look at the short term concerns I mean the profitability concerns of the business. That's fine I get that that those those exist and that's something they're going to have to deal with But they basically have one shot to get this right in in you know we talk a lot about conscious capitalism right and all of the stakeholders involved when it when it comes comes to investing in any as time goes on. We're GONNA see more and more of this type of thinking Bubble up to the top there in in what I what I mean by that. In regard to Boeing is this is not just about profitability often ability for this business. I mean it's about that supply chain it's about all those employees it's about all of the lives all of the people that will set foot on this plane in the coming years. And you really. You can't get that back. You know once you start going down that rabbit hole. You can't get it back and so for me. They have one shot to get it right. This is the smart thing to do. It is a good example of of longer term thinking at play they have a lot of levers is accompanied to be able to deal with the financial challenges. That will come You know with this. I hope for their sake for everybody's sake that they get it right this time because when I think back to when this whole all story began roughly a year ago a reminded me a little bit of BP and BP's initial reaction to the deepwater Horizon Horizon in this regard in this regard where initially when some of the damages had been assessed BP came out and said something the the the fact that we've set aside a believe the number was six to ten billion dollars to deal with this to you know whatever the cost is going to be for our business and our shareholders shareholders. We think it's going to be six to ten billion. I remember we sat in the studio. We're like there's no way it's going to be that low and in fact the total bill for BP ended up being being somewhere in the neighborhood of sixty five billion dollars. Yeah when I think back to the beginning of this whole thing and Boeing's reaction even back then there the way they talked about in the timing to get this back on track. It just seemed unrealistic from the get-go it it does it did in. I mean we're obviously seeing the proof that now I mean I. I think they've taken somewhere in the neighborhood of around ten billion dollars in charges here dealing with this problem far Certainly seen the news with southwest South West I think that's the largest customer of Boeing in in his plane Yeah I mean it's something that's going to take a while to recover from. It's going to cost. I feel comfortable things going to cost a lot more than they're probably assuming today. I don't think that means it's going to be fatal for Boeing. I mean anything. Honestly Boeing's he's not going anywhere and and and I think that as far as timing goes is proving that taking a bit of a glass half empty approach here for investors paying off. I mean I just don't see any reason to rush rush back into Something like this feeling like maybe Alabama news is finally out there but as they're able to recover from this and I think it's going to be many many headquarters. I don't think it's going to be something where we can see You know turnaround here in the next quarter or two again go back to all of the resources of the company has to be able to deal with the levers they can pull whether it's issuing additional stock whether it's issuing additional debt. I mean they paid over the last twelve months. Four and a half billion dollars in dividends and I'm not saying they have to cut the dividend even but they could if they wanted to write. That would be another way to deal with this problem in the short run in a I think that being able to do that it changes their value proposition. A A little bit with their customers as well as a southwest certainly goes to the table feeling a little bit more power a little bit more bargaining power after all of this none that plays out Certainly on the bottom line as well but let's not assume that there won't be innovation from here and a better plan that comes from all of this as well and that could help. Right the story for Boeing years down the road proving that investing can be hard sometimes or certainly predicting stock moves can be hard over the past year. Shares of Boeing are up slightly. And I'm surprised they're not down period and I'm surprised they're not down significantly. I also look at Delta Airlines which is up over the past year I'm surprised Delta which does not fly any seven thirty seven maxes and on the quarterly conference. call the borderline Giddy to like not have to deal with those questions. That stock is up over the past year. I'm surprised it's not up more I But you know airlines are clearly. I mean clearly. My knowledge of Airlines is Pretty Limited. Well I mean it's just it's a tough business. I mean it's not I mean there's a rocket science pun in here somewhere. I'm sure but I mean at the end of the day. This really isn't rocket science. I mean they they kind of do provide just a commodity service. I mean they're in the business of getting any people from point a to point be. There are some loyalists In in certainly airlines work with other partners to to be able to provide attractive rewards Memberships that that helps the breed some customer loyalty but it is it is at the end of the day a commodity service more or less. So I think it's really difficult from that perspective. Investing in airlines I think with Boeing. I mean it's worth noting the stock while it is up a little bit over the last year. I mean it's down significantly from some of the highs earlier in the year as this. This new starting shaking out. I think there was a lot of optimism early on because this really was supposed to be Boeing's biggest success story to date him. This really was going to be just one of the things they hang their hat on and say look what we just did. One of our greatest success stories ever in now turning out to be really the complete opposite So I mean th there is some pullback from where the valuation was before I think there was a lot of enthusiasm and evaluation. That's that's since been removed but I mean the market's not stupid I we're we're talking about the leverage they can pull the deal with this. The greater market knows that this company has those levers as well

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Submarine carrying cocaine worth $165 million captured by Coast Guard

Brian Kilmeade

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Submarine carrying cocaine worth $165 million captured by Coast Guard

"Continuing our team coverage the Coast Guard intercepted twelve thousand pounds of cocaine bound for the U. S. the daring drug seizure caught on camera as teams from the US Coast Guard valiant based in Miami climb aboard a semi submersible inside the submarine they found twelve thousand pounds of cocaine with more than one hundred and sixty five billion dollars on the street on the whole movie you can see the coast guard's video by clicking my story in the news ninety six point five W. D. V.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Many cars and trucks signature so here's where he runs into trouble if we go back to two thousand and seven that's when we were in a recession deep recession we talked about yesterday how this market is never recovered it's always been propped up and she still is being propped up today that's the problem but if you go back to two thousand and seven we were in the midst of a big recession by the time by the time two thousand eight September two thousand eight kia okay we were in not only a recession but we were in a housing and financial stock market crash if on September fifteenth two thousand eight remember Lehman was six hundred billion in assets have the file bankruptcy Hey next step then can I can write it because now Goldman Sachs Citi bank of America Wells Fargo JP Morgan the five largest money center investment banks they didn't have enough money because they they were worried that you're going to be a run a big run and these banks everybody want their money out of these banks the institution gonna pull their money out these banks didn't have enough money in reserve to cover that so the first thing we had to do they came out with all right the owners of the banking cartel the federal reserve that's got the better reserve needs to loan money to the five investment banks this is a September two thousand eight this is right after the crash of women in September fifteenth two thousand eight now the idea it was they want along these banks money and also they had a recession going on so they want to loan these banks money at as close as they could get zero they just can't lower the rates a just as a we're just going to lower rates to lower rates they have to first wait until the ten year treasury do they go in the two those rates go down in other words member they control the fed rate but the treasury's those long term rates affect your house and what we pay trying to for interest those are decided every day as we have an auction how many bonds that China wants to buyer rusher the Saudis want to buy when they buy bonds it drops the interest rates down or the what they call the yield down or you've been hearing about the field in the last few days that you'll start coming down then the federal reserve the banking cartel then they can not lower their rates that's how it works now obviously they they don't need to do that need their permission again during time they want but this is how you keep it organized so they both go down the same time so if no one is buying the bondage if China is not letting us money by buying our bonds are the Saudis are not letting us money by buying our minds or anybody else buying our bondage then that means the short term fed rate that's the interest rate you pay on your automobile your truck your credit cards your student loan your home improvement loan your motorcycle all that sort of stuff if you're paying those race remember you you've got a first the fat kid the feds got away and hope that the the dead people are buying bonds running to bonds to lower those rates they can lower their rates when that doesn't happen at a two thousand eight it wasn't happening they could not give money to the bank they needed to save the five largest banks to bail them out they had to get the money at near zero rates to save up so if there's not enough people buying the bonds to lower those rates so they can turn around a lower short term rate what do they do it's call quantitative easing they were supposed to do nothing that's what they're supposed to do nothing they're not supposed to interfere in a free market society society just let whatever happens happens but they interfered what they call quantitative easing where they just sixty five billion dollars a month to go and be buyers of the bond market if there's no buyers to drop the rage down so they can start dropping their rates they said well we'll by myself let's print money behind a curtain you didn't realize this was going on your dollars in your wallet we're getting killed her getting destroyed when you went to the supermarket that same hundred dollars that you pay a month earlier you had a whole bag of groceries when I started do this print sixty five billion a month the bike bonds to buy treasuries to lower the rates so they could then lower the short term rate so they can lend money to the banks all of a sudden your bag of groceries you pay the same hundred dollars we got half the bag of groceries was killing people that's what they get this call queue we you're not supposed to do that that's not the free market what the market go into a deep recession but I guess squashed thank you bill the back yes how you have a healthy economy let these things go down she and when George Bush baby bush when these banks are to collapse you should let them go down you should take in or else is like I said yesterday and it's spread among eight thousand other banks take use five bags a check does as it is spread among eight thousand other banks would have been in great shape today but now they did Q. E. one quantitative easing was born to the owners of the bay yards out of batteries does it in a box there by all of these bonds and when they bite they had to put on their balance sheet well there's only four hundred billion other bell she when they started now there's four trillion and I'll explain why that is going to crash the market when I get back want more information on the show this game dot com.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And how many cars and trucks signature so here's where he runs into trouble if we go back to two thousand and seven that's when we were in a recession deep recession we talked about yesterday how this market is never recovered it's always been propped up and she still is being propped up today that's the problem but if you go back to two thousand and seven we were in the midst of a big recession by the time by the time two thousand eight September two thousand eight kia okay we were in not only a recession but we were in a housing and financial stock market crash if on September fifteenth two thousand eight remember Lehman was six hundred billion in assets have the file bankruptcy Hey next step then can I can write it because now Goldman Sachs Citi bank of America Wells Fargo JP Morgan the five largest money center investment banks they didn't have enough money because they they were worried that you're going to be a run a big run and these banks everybody want their money out of these banks the institution about pull their money out these banks didn't have enough money in reserve to cover that so the first thing we had to do they came out with all right the owners of the banking cartel the federal reserve that's got the better reserve needs to loan money to the five investment banks this is a September two thousand eight this is right after the crash of women in September fifteenth two thousand eight now the idea here was there one alone these banks money and also they had a recession going on so they want to loan these banks money at as close as they could get to zero they just can't lower the rates a just as a we're just gonna lower rates to lower rates they have to first wait until the ten year treasury do they go into those rates go down another words member they control the fed rate but the treasury's those long term rates affect your house and what we pay China for interest those are decided every day as we have an auction how many bonds that China wants to buyer rusher the Saudis want to buy when they buy bonds it drops the interest rates down or the what they call the yield down or you've been hearing about the field in the last few days that you'll start coming down then the federal reserve the banking cartel then they can not lower their rage that's how it works now obviously they they don't need to do that neither permission again as during time they want but this is how you keep it organized so they both go down the same time so if no one is buying the bondage if China is not letting us money by buying our bonds are the Saudis are not letting us money by buying our minds or anybody else buying our bondage then that means the short term fed rate there's the interest rate you pay on your automobile your truck credit cards your student loan your home improvement loan your motorcycle all that sort of stuff if you're paying those rates remember you you got a first the fat kid the feds got away and hope that the the dead people are buying bonds running to bonds to lower those rates they can lower their rates when that doesn't happen and in two thousand eight it wasn't happening they could not give money to the bank they needed to save the five largest banks to bail them out they had to get the money at near zero rates to save up so if there's not enough people buying the bonds to lower those rates so they can turn around a lower to short term rate what do they do it's call quantitative easing they were supposed to do nothing that's what they're supposed to do nothing they're not supposed to interfere in a free market society society just let whatever happens happens but they interfered what they call quantitative easing where they just sixty five billion dollars a month to go and be buyers of the bond market if there's no buyers to drop the rage down so they can start dropping their rates they said well we'll buy Marcel let's print money behind the curtain you didn't realize this was going on your dollars in your wallet we're getting killed her getting destroyed when you went to the supermarket yes same hundred dollars that you pay a month earlier you had a whole bag of groceries when I started do this print sixty five billion a month to buy bonds to buy treasuries to lower the rates so they could then lower the short term rate so they can lend money to the banks all of a sudden your bag of groceries you paid the same hundred dollars we got half the bag of groceries was killing people that's what they did this call queue we you're not supposed to do that that's not the free market what the market go into a deep recession but it gets squashed thank you bill the bath yes how you have a healthy economy but these banks go down she and when George Bush baby bush when these banks are to collapse you should let them go down you should take it or else it's like I said yesterday and is spread among eight thousand other banks take use five bags and take those as just as brother monk a thousand other banks would have been in great shape today but now they did Q. E. one quantitative easing was born to the owners of the bay yards out of batteries goes in and they but start by all of these bonds and when they buy they had to put on their balance sheet well there's only four hundred billion other Velshi when they started now there's four trillion and I'll explain why that is going to crash the market when I get back want more information on the show fills.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You say you're worried about that that there's some people worried about the deficit is yes yes yeah well you know what I say to that I say you know what he's got a long term plan for that and you know if you just let everything if everybody would get on board a where we're going with the economy and everything you can't walk come on well the stock market an all time high jobs created you've got it on again businesses start up businesses starting over manufacturing coming back more people pay taxes there is one thing that does need to be done yeah and it was solved the job was set to start you make these these companies that are paying cash your breaking he pay I guess what sixty five billion dollars is going to be collected right away in unpaid federal taxes but these guys are paying job to illegals that are here and these underpaying him on top of it and I think there's so many things that could be done to solve out but one of the major things is yes you let this economy go out and it's going to be I think the deficit is just gonna organically keep going down because of all the taxes being paid on these new jobs created a new things but you gotta combined with a couple other things so there's there's some good things coming that I know that the presence thought this through because he is a businessman now and he's one of the smartest guys I've ever known and he's got he's got a plan and it's got I would say to people that's where your worry is don't worry about it I would love it I would love it if we could do away with some of the things that we don't need to be spending for as well reduce some spending in inside the federal government and we probably could help get cabin cabin you know what that's the thing is and that's what a lot of that he probably gets pushed back on for you do you know if there will be less spending there and you know what here's the thing to I think if we are you know you get when we get this win we get the next four or six years five and a half right during that stretch part of the plan it's going to be where to spend the money and spend it smarter and it's smarter your ex you hit the nail on the head there is like all those wasted money the government spends on on things that are just crazy you could look stuff up and go what do you mean five million on a study to see about Wall Street it's about it's about that but it's about that bad it really is yeah I know you health you know there was so much for let's talk crap medic today then we did twenty years ago if you're still searching for the perfect solution to a good night's sleep call now for prices and free information on today's crap.

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Venezuela doubles down on Chinese money to reverse crisis

Dr. Drew

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Venezuela doubles down on Chinese money to reverse crisis

"Then as well as leaning heavily on new investments from China saying they will dramatically boost oil production and turn around the country's crashing economy. President Nicolas Maduro says China has agreed to invest five billion dollars more following his recent trip to Beijing Venezuela's grip store at crisis with shortages of food and medicine China in the last decade has given Venezuela loans cash and investment totalling sixty five billion dollars Venezuela's oil production today is a third of what it was two decades ago. And it's falling Miami-based. Venezuela expert rushed Allen says the influx of money appears to be investments. China will control down says that China aims to boost oil production recoup, billions in

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Comcast concedes to Disney in bidding war for Fox assets

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Comcast concedes to Disney in bidding war for Fox assets

"The most problems. With sportsmanship and over sixty four percent of rafts have had to reject spectators from youth games for. Bad behavior as, for Barlow he says parents aggressive behavior is, creating, a, shortage of youth soccer referees and his videos are already. Changing their behavior, towards referees in the moment you don't realize what you look. Like or how you ask so when you go back and you do see how you acted that changed behavior, ABC's Paula Veras it's nine twenty. Propel insurance business update time and as we get a look at your, money news in a moment the smoke has not yet cleared in a major Battle between media giants but one of the combatants, has dropped out of the. Fights the bidding war pitted Comcast against. Disney the owner of ABC news for rights to major assets of twenty first Century Fox including the movie studio responsible for avatar and the x., men franchise Comcast has dropped, it's sixty five billion dollar bid handing Disney the win now the focus shifts overseas where Disney and Comcast are locked in another multibillion dollar bidding war for British. Broadcaster sky Jim, Ryan ABC news we're down across the board, on, Wall, Street the Dow's off eighty eight and a half the..

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Comcast concedes to Disney in bidding war for Fox assets

Bill Cunningham

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Comcast concedes to Disney in bidding war for Fox assets

"Agencies like Annunciation housing. El Paso who's director of put out a call for clothing and food for the new arrivals we have been inundated with a lot of donations so many, that the agencies Ruben Garcia, has run out of. Space most helpful thing our monetary donations ski expects to take in hundreds of immigrant families awaiting court decisions on whether. They'll stay in the US or be deported Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas The smoke has not yet. Cleared in a major battle between media giants but one of the combatants has dropped out of a, fight over FOX the bidding war pitted Comcast against Disney the owner of ABC news for rights. To major assets of twenty first Century Fox including the movie studio responsible for avatar and the x. men franchise Comcast. Has dropped it's. Sixty five billion dollar bid handing Disney the win now the focus shifts overseas where Disney and Comcast are locked in another multibillion dollar bidding. More, for, British broadcaster, sky.

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PM Trudeau says cannabis will be legal in Canada on Oct. 17

24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

PM Trudeau says cannabis will be legal in Canada on Oct. 17

"Fox following comcast sixty five billion dollar offer disney says it's raising its offer because fox's value increase because of tax reform and operating improvements the deal would include fox film and tv studios along with some cable networks and international assets but not fox news channel or the fox television network fox ceo rupert murdoch says the company firmly believes the combination with disney's a good fit but the company says it still weighing both offers recreational marijuana has been legalized in canada the senate's approved prime minister justin trudeau's bill making canada the second country in the world behind uruguay to make pot legal nationwide canadians will still have to wait at least a couple of months to buy it legally though and the government's warning it's still illegal until then provincial and territorial governments will need eight to twelve weeks following senate passage and royal assent to prepare for retail sales and the federal government and the provinces also still need to publish regulations that will govern the cannabis trade a former sitcom star accused of.

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New flu vaccine worked only a little better than traditional shot for seniors

24 Hour News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

New flu vaccine worked only a little better than traditional shot for seniors

"Twenty first century fox following comcast sixty five billion dollar offer disney says it's raising its offer because fox's value increase because of tax reform and operating improvements the deal would include fox film and tv studios along with some cable networks and international assets but not fox news channel or the fox television network fox ceo rupert murdoch says the company firmly believes the combination with disney's a good fit but the company says it still weighing both offers after objections from syrup and honey producers the us food and drug administration's backing off its plan to label them as containing added sugars producers said the fda's upcoming label requirement was misleading illogical and confusing and could hurt their industries after receiving feedback including more than three thousand comments on its draft plan the fda says it will now come up with a revised approach that makes key information available to consumers in what it calls a workable way a newer flu vaccine only worked a little bit better than traditional shops the government reported wednesday and the traditional shots didn't work all that well overall flu vaccines barely kept people sixty five and older out of the hospital this year they were only about twenty four percent effective the best performance was by a new shot call flu slovak's it was about twenty six and a half percent effective in that age group the findings of the food and drug administration study were presented in atlanta wednesday to a panel that advises the government on vaccine recommendations welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat my this is out of this world and always at the lowest price let's get this cockfield explore eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers delicious wines that now come in canes or shop online at totalwine dot com total wine and.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Is reporting on twitter i'll back away from whatever the pyrotechnics are here with management and espn but lording above every by the way that's an aggregate site you can put it on cnbc in variety and cnn all right just don't put it on us put on all those people lording above all of it and sports is disney has now outbid comcast with a massive seventy one point three billion dollar offer for twenty first century fox's asset this is at the mountain top the cash fight for all the remaining money in sports and disney just pushed a lot of chips to the table according to comic book movie that cop reported that and confirmed by several credible media sources at comcast had previously outbid the original bid from disney on the heels of the time warner deal finally getting approved and went in with a sixty five billion dollar cash offer so this is just a few days gangsters that by the way i don't know if i'm allowed to say that all cash offer coming swooping in by parachute with an all cash offer of how much sixty five billion did you say billion how much room would sixty five billion dollars in cash take up various warehouses right like at least ten warehouses full of cavs a great question i'm gonna look into it that's a great question how do you get that amount if you're making a cash purchase all right so mike explain this to me again hold on a second let's back away from the microphones there some hot stuff here i'm guessing you're wire it pretty hefty wiring fe too i prefer to think of it as a cash transaction because it's it's funnier to imagine yes ultimately this becomes a lot less fun if you ruin at the waist god's just did by hitting send or receive and boom there's sixty five billion dollars how would you move that like you can't just say look this block aware houses full of all your cash no you have to put it probably in trucks right and then you have to move it and then of course that leads potential heist situations so there's got to be armored cars around all these trucks moving sixty five billion dollars in cash you can't move it during the day it has to be moved at night matt somebody in the audience will do the math of how how it is that we would transport this imaginary not wired sixty five what does fifth wheel the question becomes what does sixty five billion dollars in actual dollar bills way that's that's what the question is what is it way and how can we put it all in a couple of trucks i'm reading a couple of trucks no no no i'm reading this a press release that abc news is twitter handle posted at appears to be from the walt disney company and it's appears yeah yeah all news in house in house so sharks on that account though there's no there's not it's not says not appear to be a russian bot and it's verified at abc this is fifty percent cash and fifty percent stock deal that's been signed the stock consideration appears is expected to be taxfree all right so it's basically cash stock that fifty percent of this deal according to the press release says all right so can we back away from the microphones and just sort of marvel at what an economy this stupid thing is that at the height of the mountain top where entertainment is changing every day at a rapid pace and all disney's been the name in that entertainment for a long time all disney's.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Is reporting on twitter i'll back away from whatever the pyrotechnics are here with management and espn but lording above every by the way that's an aggregate site you can put it on cnbc and variety and cnn all right just don't put it on us put on all those people lording above all of it and sports is disney has now outbid comcast with a massive seventy one point three billion dollar offer for twenty first century fox's asset this is at the mountain top the cash fight for all the remaining money in sports and disney just pushed a lot of chips to the table according to comic books movie that cop reported that and confirmed by several credible media sources that comcast had previously outbid the original bid from disney on the heels of the time warner deal finally getting approved and went in with a sixty five billion dollar cash offer so this is just a few days gangsters that by the way i don't know if i'm allowed to say that all cash offer coming swooping in by parachute with an all cash offer of how much sixty five billion did you say billion how much room would sixty five billion dollars in cash take up various warehouses right like at least ten warehouses full of cavs a great question i'm gonna look into it that's a great question how do you get that amount if you're making a cash purchase all right so mike explain this to me again hold on a second let's back away from the microphones there's some hot stuff here i'm guessing you're wire it pretty hefty wiring fe too i prefer to think of it as a cash transaction because it's it's funnier to imagine yes ultimately this becomes a lot less fun if you ruin it the way stu gods just did by hitting send or receive and boom there's sixty five billion dollars how would you move that like you can't just say look this block aware houses full of all your cash no you have to put it probably in trucks right and then you have to move it and then of course that leads potential heist situations so there's got to be armored cars around all these trucks moving sixty five billion dollars in cash you can't move it during the day has be moved at night matt somebody in the audience will do the math of how how it is that we would transport this imaginary not wired sixty five what does fifth wheel the question becomes what does sixty five billion dollars in actual dollar bills way that's that's what the question is what is it way and how can we put it all in a couple of trucks i'm reading a couple of trucks no no no i'm reading this press release that abc news is twitter handle posted appears to be from the walt disney company and it's appears all news site that in house in house so sharks on that account though there's no there's not it's not says not appear to be a russian bot i it's verified at abc this is a fifty percent cash and fifty percent stock deal that's been signed the sock consideration appears is expected to be taxfree all right so it's basically cash stock that fifty percent of this deal according to the press release says all right so can we back away from the microphones and just sort of marvel at what an economy this stupid thing is that at the height of the mountain top where entertainment is changing every day at a rapid pace and all disney's been the name in that entertainment for a long time all disney's.

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Taxi ploughs into World Cup fans on Moscow sidewalk

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Taxi ploughs into World Cup fans on Moscow sidewalk

"Thursday two hundred more friday drivers in custody after his taxi plowed into pedestrians in moscow as russia host the world cup correspondent matthew chance the driver then got out of the car and attempted to skate but he was captured by some of the pedestrians including some of the mexico fans who then held him until the authorities arrived and detained it the interfax news agency quotes sources who say the motorists fell asleep behind the wheel i'm ann cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting china's response to us tariffs aims for america's heartland china said yesterday it will levy a first round of tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of us agricultural products as well as automobiles starting july sixth john hollier vanguards head of fixed income says investors should not overreact i think we've seen a number of times in the past six months headlines that impact the markets the equity markets and sense is that we really need to wait for the longer term negotiations that are going to determine the final complexion of this and we didn't kurds investors not to respond to day to day headlines china says another sixteen billion in goods including coal and oil will be subject to tariffs later federal prosecutors have indicted elizabeth homes on criminal fraud charges for allegedly defrauding investors doctors and patients as the head of the blood testing up there renaud's sources tell bloomberg general motors is considering listing shares of its self driving car unit cruise automation sources tell bloomberg rupert murdoch and the twenty first century fox board will consider on wednesday how to proceed with comcast sixty five billion dollar bid for the company center tournament assets the fox board agreed to sell the assets to walt disney last year the justice department plans to review agreements that determine how song writers are paid by radio stations or restaurants and streaming services bloomberg's greg jarrett reports machen bellwood him.

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Disney, Walt Disney and Fraud discussed on Rodney Harrison

Rodney Harrison

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Disney, Walt Disney and Fraud discussed on Rodney Harrison

"Over president trump's former campaign chairman paul manafort spent the night in a vip section of a jail in virginia yesterday a federal judge revoked his house arrest citing newly filed obstruction of justice charges correspondent sarah westwood this morning president trump has already described the jailing of former campaign chair paul manafort is unfair and he has already begun to use the results of a doj inspector general report about the clinton email investigation to attack the foundation of the molar probe even though that report did not weigh in on russia prosecutors accused manafort and a longtime associate of witness tampering china continues to say it doesn't want a trade war but has no choice except to fight back against terrorists imposed by president trump today china announced it was raising import duties on a thirty four billion dollar list of american goods and to sheriff's deputies are dead after a shooting outside a courthouse in downtown kansas city kansas yesterday i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters china's response to us tariff seems to hit the trump administration right in its natural resources yesterday china the world's largest commodities consumer said it will levy a first round of tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of us agricultural products as well as automobiles starting july sixth another sixteen billion in goods including coal and oil will be subject to tariffs later federal prosecutors have indicted elizabeth homes on criminal fraud charges for allegedly defrauding investors doctors and patients as the head of the blood testing startup theranos homes stepped down as ceo of the company yesterday while retaining her position as chairman of the theranos board sources tell bloomberg rupert murdoch and the twenty first century fox board will consider on wednesday how to proceed with comcast's sixty five billion dollar bid for the company's entertainment assets the fox sport agreed to sell the assets to walt disney last year the people said fox can ask disney for a waiver to begin discussions with comcast the rich are getting richer and doing so a lot faster with millionaires now controlling half of the world's personal wealth the story from bloomberg's charlie pellett boston consulting group says personal wealth around the globe reached two hundred one point nine trillion dollars last year a twelve percent gain from two thousand sixteen and the strongest annual pace in the past five years booming equity markets swelled fortunes.

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Warner Media, John Martin and John Stanky discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Warner Media, John Martin and John Stanky discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

"Warner media that is at and t is new name for time warner now that it's become a division of the newly merged company the new name comes along with another change as expected turner ceo john martin is leaving at and t exact john stanky will run mourner media with offices in l a and new york comcast has won unconditional approval from the european union for its bid to buy britain's sky tv comcast says it expects to complete the sky purchase before the end of the year the deal is moving ahead as comcast and disney compete to a car twentyfirst century fox's entertainment assets sources tell bloomberg fox's board will consider comcast sixty five billion dollar offer next wednesday and the winner is in the opening day for an animated film category incredible to deadline reports the disney pixar film is expected atop the record held by finding dory with a three day weekend take of one hundred seventy four point seven million dollars on wall street as the us unveiled its list of goods targeted for terrorists in china answered with its own lists the.

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Comcast, Fox and Walt Disney Company discussed on  Business Beware

Business Beware

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Comcast, Fox and Walt Disney Company discussed on Business Beware

"The way for the at and t merger with time warner there's another huge media marriage bid on the horizon usa radio networks chris barnes has the details after the at and t court victory comcast makes it official unveiling an all cash bid for large chunks of twenty first century fox valued at about sixty five billion dollars the offer trump's the walt disney company's deal that was originally valued at fifty two point four for the same parts of that conglomerate controlled by the murdoch family the offer amounts to thirty five dollars a share comcast is buying fox's media assets would own film production businesses twentieth century fox and fox searchlight pictures as well as twentyone sports regional networks including yes.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I mean there's there's too much in the way you know the financial stocks are down it's like you know people are starting to feel sanguine about interest rates again now that we've gotten the central bank decisions out of the way i mean you you see it in the eighties and the real estate investment trust new doing relatively well today while the financial companies would stand to be the biggest beneficiaries of higher interest rates hours performers among the eleven main industry groups in the s and p five hundred so he's sort of have that back and forth going on but beyond me one thing that's interesting is the reaction in comcast shares after they made that bid late yesterday sixty five billion dollars in cash for the assets of twenty first century fox that the company plans to sell the disney it's actually been among the top performers today in the s and p five hundred which means it's up with that kind of a quarter percent right now absolutely it's one of the five biggest gains on the day now who would've thought that out of the deal this is let's get into that too a little bit later on what does it mean investors prefer comcast's bid to disney i mean right now of course it's a better bid but wouldn't you think that maybe they'd lineup behind rupert murdoch and say and prefer disney does this up to their up two percent today up two percent yesterday it just goes to show you how things are shaking out and we've certainly seen enough deals lately where company comes in and makes a bid and as you might expect its shares go down because the prospect of having to take on more dad or combine the two companies and the costs time associated with that comcast though moving higher i it's interesting to see if nothing else as a contrast in terms of the action the dealmaker so just quickly your thoughts in terms of all this kind of activity in the media sector oh it's just fascinating to see this all happened against the backdrop of.

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Comcast offers $65 billion to lure Fox from Disney bid

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Comcast offers $65 billion to lure Fox from Disney bid

"Mediterranean excursion the company's world cruise twenty twenty is one hundred forty day trip around the world a stay in the owner's suite cost two hundred forty thousand dollars a person disney is under the gun to respond to comcast sixty five billion dollar bid we get details from bloomberg's john tucker the ball is in disney's court after comcast's offer for twenty first century fox's entertainment assets the same holdings that disney had agreed to buy for about fifty two point four billion dollars at stake is a trove of media properties ranging from the simpsons to x men that are key to disney fending off the threat from net flicks and other streaming upstarts the question is whether disney can convince fox investors that it's still the most compelling partner comcast is offering thirty five dollars a share for the fox assets saying the bid represents a nineteen percent premium over the disney offer at its cash rather than the stock that disney is proposing john tucker bloomberg radio the trump administration's tariffs on aluminum imports could mean a forty million dollar hit to the bottom line for the largest american owned beer company bloomberg's patrice the kora has details that leaves miller coors with several options it may have to cut back on investments new hires and other costs or raise prices ceo gavin hattersley tells bloomberg quote i can't just go to the shareholders and say you're just going to have to accept my profits going to be forty million dollars less one of his least favourite options would be raising beer prices he says market share would be quote hammered by just a fifty cent increase on a twelve pack the tough decisions are also facing other domestic buyers of the light white metal used to make everything from cans to cars patrice sikora bloomberg radio new york state has filed suit against president trump over his charity the suit accuses the president and his three eldest children of misusing the nonprofit for improper political activity and selfdealing president trump says his foundation gave out more to charity than it took in and that he won't settle the case coming up oil companies are asking to throw out new york's climate change lawsuit i'm pat carroll this is bloomberg business leaders are increasingly demanding the.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Super Station 101

"To do what he's doing so they have to go to these cultural sort of sidebar issues and they wanna make them you know they don't know how to deal with nancy pelosi serve lorne employment doesn't really matter you want to say well if it was high with it matter so i i don't think they have an answer for these existential things trump is dealing with and you have to go to peripheral areas now and it's it's something you know i i was reading a piece in politico today victor and i was thinking about you because in the in the piece they were talking about another issue that trump is i think really solidified support around and that's the idea of holding countries accountable who routinely either cheat on trade deals subsidize their their companies are industries unfairly ip theft all these other things and trump's use of tariffs and how the old establishment in washington k street the lobbying people establishment gop like bob corker the bushes the coke brothers they're all trying to stop these tariffs and it's not working the the mean most people support tariffs especially against china maybe they don't know the european issue as well but against china they're wildly popular but again the disconnect between regular people and the old establishment the old guard which is why again trump got elected that you said was normal abnormal but you didn't know it was normal because you were so better down to the guy from the outside to say the emperor has no clothes take germany it runs at sixty five billion dollars surplus with but only has five fighter planes it can fly it can't take percentage gdp military so it's essentially saying the united states we're gonna want sixty five billion dollars surplus with you tax your is much more than.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Super Station 101

"About trump is on meat and potatoes issues are important gdp stock market energy production which really candidly helps people on the real world they they don't have an answer for that or they don't have a solution to do what he's doing so they have to go to these cultural sort of sidebar issues they wanna make them you know they don't know how to deal with nancy pelosi serve lawn employment doesn't really matter you want to say well if it was high with matter so i i don't think they have an answer for these things if trump is dealing with the peripheral areas now and it's it's something you know i i was reading a piece in politico today victor and i was thinking about you because in the in the piece they were talking about another issue that trump is i think really solidified support around and that's the idea of holding countries accountable who routinely either cheat on trade deals subsidize their their companies or industries unfairly ip theft all these other things and trump's use of tariffs and how the old establishment in washington k street the lobbying people establishment gop like bob corker the bushes the coke brothers they're all trying to stop these tariffs and it's not working the mean most people support tariffs especially against china maybe they don't know the european issue as well but against china they're wildly popular but again the disconnect between regular people and the old establishment the old guard which is why again trump got elected in the world that you said was normal was abnormal but you didn't know it was normal because you were so better down to the guy from the outside to say the emperor has no clothes take germany it runs at sixty five billion dollars surplus but only has five hundred planes that can fly it can't take percentage gdp military so it's essentially saying the united states we're going to run a sixty five billion dollars surplus with you tax your cars much more than you tax our cars that come in but we're.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"A billion dollar gain is nonetheless real meaning that berkshire hathaway appreciated by sixty five billion dollars since last year for dino how big berkshire hathaway is by the way at nod dealt you'd i looked at a i looked at seven hundred and two billion inasa out and three hundred forty eight billion of equity going to take out liabilities and so forth so so you can see tab an increase of sixty five billion is a big via a substantial he goes on he says russ he says but only thirty six billion came from burke shaher's operations the remaining twenty nine billion was delivered to us in december when congress rewrote the us tax code that's a human rights though i like the he says that twenty nine was delivered to us like is mi just hand them a president in a ton of what happened in so what he's saying is in criminal wrong this had the tax code not been changed than there you know their profit or their earnings would have been listed at thirty six billion as opposed to 25 that's exactly right lewis is a big batch of money that has come in their way and in here's what's interesting about this tax change i mean 'cause it you realize we dropped down to twenty one percent for seconc islands i mean that is a substantial drop so this is going to somehow work its way through the economy we'll see it still remains to be seen voted but it's pretty optimistic based upon what would on mr buffet had to say and so you know if if i'm just a normal average everday investor out there and i hear that this company berkshire hathaway i'll last year might have had thirty six billion but now at sixty five billion what are the real world consequences of that how would that affect me as an everyday investor.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"United states senate it was more important to to get a deal that could get through that chamber and that somehow the house would just go along with it is there some validity to that i mean let's face it it's it's get it would be really hard to get something passed without having democrats in the senate on board well at a and that that they mean that those are the fact here that this live knuckle under on republican house uh you know any bill the crew passed the senate uh it is basically a probably slants pretty far left and the others no exception they're gonna have no problem getting enough democrats in the house to vote for this bill uh this bill bob could have been written by the democrats up probably was written by the democrats and will be will be passed by democrats can i ask you a little bit about how this process went i mean it did did leadership just present this to you and say this is the deal like it or leave it but this is the deal you there's no input look i i think the problem was was that you know if you go back to read the art of the deal uh and and which is quite appropriate that if you read it it says you have to be willing to step away if you don't get a good deal and you can't let the other side know that you're desperate for deal the fact of the matter is i think the republicans said we want absolutely full funding of the department of defense and weird gonna accept whatever it takes to get that and uh the pricier was way too high they should have been willing to say you know you're going to insist on uh this the sixty five billion dollars a year nondefense spending area keep on uh keep the disaster fund continue to keep it off the books uh that that prices too high and they should have stepped back and and uh re redone the negotiations was this discuss last weekend at the retreat down in west virginia into this i listen this is coming down this week and this is how it's going to go well there were discussions that but.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The other thing of the the ah one point five percent tax on wages yao that that is directed purely at the people that are working for a living daytoday yet at the same time we have sixty five billion dollars permanent fund is went up to sixty five billion dollars with a twelve percent return which is great small in today's uh markets that would be eight billion dollar return if we can't find a few hundred million dollars out of that he billion then something's wrong and also we should pay up full dividend because there's a lot of people that are uh depending on that list sixty five billion dollars in the permanence fuck people don't realize that we have the resources to pay out a full davide on but waqar as saying i'm gonna hold you hostage alaska citizen because the legislature won't give me while i want well it's time to tell governor walker bears the door but don't let it to hitch in the ass on the way out now agreed i mean i wish more people would sink and be able explain or at least recognize what you just said n encapsulated because it's going to affect us more than anybody that's not cognisant of it realizes and i think everybody needs to be apprised and that's not just with a dump lady as governor were john brinkley as governor and that's not just with a stronger more responsible republican legislature or with a republican as.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"You're pug could have run into of in the front yard he accurate way we don't other specific on it but we do know that um you know a bit occurred every month when there was a long treatment and then clinched with us in our bet um oh we need to stop the long treatments and um and it worked so um you know people like us we live in a place where we can change the environment but folks in the vix city can't change the you know the sidewalk to what's being applied there so they need to look for practical things like uh the boot so booties that you're talking about argued was argue that you have ice melting since solutions being sprayed else are you are in a place where host the aerial spraying for mosquitoes in such and your pet is als at night and could be running around is the plane or the truck or whatever comes by and gets of pretty full dose of an insecticide that's kind of gross how much money do you have any dollar figures on the size of the pet fashion market today pepper who down the american heart association they have i think you're figures around sixty five billion dollars overall for the pet industry um and they don't specifically break out pets fashion but um i can tell you that i'm knows it that it's definitely been growing as the industry you just go on and fc website and you'll see people that you know creating accounts every day to create pet fashion items and um.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"You know profile uh you know bullfighting as it you're running you know some bonn some udf some stalks maybe some real estate and if you do then great and you know made you can take a little bit of you know a small portion of your investible assets and uh and and look at crypt out of but uh you know i i certainly think it's it's it's uh it's one of the lost things you look at not the first thing um and you know the second thing i would say is you know i was uh speak of he here in singapore the movement and uh i was speaking at a conference today um a couple of hundred people on uh you know th do you outlook full of 2018 and afterwards there was a kind of the group of people kind of custody around me and we were talking in his lady said you know bitcoin just gonna closing them ten thousand dollars i think it too expensive and i said listen i say meet you roof but you knew what the market value of bitcoin is and she could nonserbs she was like oh eighty billion 100 billion um and to me that was extraordinary to that someone would be toy looking about price you know th th don't let the nominated price of a unit of one bitcoin without any kind of understanding of the market value which is really the important thing that people should be focusing on not the you know the fact that it's hitting ten thousand yes it makes to create headlines and so on and so forth but what people should be really focusing on is what is the outstanding value of bitcoin in circulation which is around 100 and sixty five billion dollars now and where do you think that can go so kind of forget about the idea of what one bitcoin is worse than think more about what is the value of this holiday season secular nation and put it kind of in that perspective um and one final things you.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"The market kept call him assaulted by market kept right now but this is market cap based on the current number of coins in circulation so let's current number of coins in circulation multiplied by today's price equals current market cap however the reason i use this unchain affects dot com site is they have this or the market cap measure they call it y 2050 which is the implied market the year 2050 ones all the coins have been issued right now you can click on this hedda and it will sort it by the implied market cap and if we do it that way ripples the number to calling by a cab based on today's ciculated numbers however when we sorted by implied market cap meaning the price of a ripple token today multiplied by how many actual ripple tokens will exist in total that makes ripple the number one coined by market cap overall three hundred and sixty four nearly three hundred sixty five billion dollars that is his bitcoin's three hundred and twelve nearly three hundred thirteen billion after all coins have been issued so this is very interesting whichever way you slice it it ripple israeli rippling through the top one hundred coins raya and he's solidified in the top one hundred his spin on a massive tear i've never boy any ripple never intend to buy any need to do is maury said john it because the still a lack of clarity around what the hell does the token do right of hand a lot of people including a youtube assay when you can use the the ripple network without using the ripple token but no one seems to be able to nail down the detail of exactly why that is and exactly how can you use the ripple network without the ripple token what's the ripple token four that is getting on my nerves i really wanna get down to the detail for myself an answer that question once and for all.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Way are afraid of the light we shed some light in another issue with dr marks get more in katherine austin fits that was on the show on november twelve go back to our archives and listen to those interviews with marks get dr marks good morning kevin austin fits in fact in my insider insight first show that's going to be in the premium service we go in greater detail much greater detail about where this twenty one trillion dollars went missing in that's what mark and catherine introduced on this show and november twelve between 1998 in 2015 twenty one trillion with t twenty one trillion dollars has gone missing through just two entities the department of defense and housing and urban development the department of defense budget just in 2015 was five hundred and sixty five billion dollars yet fifty four tired excuse me ten times that amount six point five trillion with with missing just from the army and fifty four times that amount twenty trillion was missing from the department of defense and then the question is will wait a minute we have if if congress can are the only once it can allocate money enlist you think that that's dismissing that article 1 section nine clause 7 of the us constitution quote nomoney shall be drawn from the treasury button consequence of appropriations made by law congress and a regular statement an account of the receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from time to time end quote wait a minute if the department of defense was allocated five hundred sixty five billion dollars how did they healthy blow twenty trillion who who gave of that well that goes back to 1913 when when woodrow wilson and congress and the dead of the night on christmas eve of 2013 passed a law and created the federal reserve which gave independent bankers the means of creating money as opposed to the us treasury a truly unconstitutional act that is biting us to this day because if it wasn't for that law establishing the federal reserve this twenty one trillion in expenditures in in missing money could never have happened because the question is as if congress only allocated five hundred sixty five billion to threaten vets how do they lose twenty trillion.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Sixty five billion dollars trading closed to fifteen percent above its 200day moving average the techies or sand i don't know if this thing can keep rolling but you know what happens and that for a while remember that kid i'm that kid about six six months ago or so that he made two million dollars betting on apple one single stock and he was convinced that the apple acts apple tam iphone was going to be a total dog because a lot of the reports coming out this is where you gotta be careful if you've got to be real careful reading that stuff on the internet this was an internet geek and he's reading all these reports however was going to fall on its face he's george smith stock and losers his entire one point two milliondollar net worth he wrote a blog of al i was reading i said what kind of an idiot does this he was the idiot and of course shorting the stock if he would a lever it into it in probably have three four million dollars today anyway vats ana news also of the ism numbers the nonmanufacturing index hit sixty point one what does that mean while the nonmanufacturing economic activity higher in october defying even expectations of a contraction and that's following a banner month in september october hurricanes and all that stuff and by again you know the institute for supply management they're not they're not going to be able to continue on this joy reid that they've been on but tom they look at seventeen industries by the way real estate construction mining etcetera etcetera gone to a sixty point one reading as far as i can recall that spot highest reading ever ever and obviously if your manufacturing goods if you are producing that can't be bad for the economy because that means people are consuming so right now it looks very very very positive from an economic perspective now you got taxes on the docket if the report against can't pull that off maybe all bets are off but i will tell you.

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"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Stance

Stance

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"sixty five billion dollars" Discussed on Stance

"The racist so how do you move on from prison as women photo the prison as the are released every year in the us nerve federal agents he tracked the unemployment rate for this population experts say that poor literacy as well as reluctance among employers to hire former convicts means that many drop out of the labor force will together this can cost the economy between fifty seven and sixty five billion dollars annually in lost economic activity from inmates perspective the prison system can feel like a vicious cycle which is almost impossible to break especially if you didn't have the necessary support ranji synergy fair to project in the uk as an organization that works for the fenders inside and outside prison and uses the odds to transform the lives of inmates um dipper some you i'm just repo on the head of learning and engagement synergy it can you told me about synergy theta since he seized to project is a company that wants across the criminal justice system all the is to what three saved two towards a fairer world working with those in the criminal justice system or at risk of becoming involved in the criminal justice system so we've got four strands we are producing company brilliant shows on faith in the prison moves and on the outside let me work with young people doing intervention work using the experiences of exprisoner drama facilitators to come in and do drama work working alongside their to practitioners we have a training programme coot synergy studio where we deliver courses that prisoners and exprisoners in various are related films like play writing to directing acting drama facilitation which spoons brilliant projects and there's always a performance outcome at the end of each course but also as a side effect.

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