29 Burst results for "Sixty Three Dollars"

LINK Crossed With BTC My Favourite

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:57 min | 3 months ago

LINK Crossed With BTC My Favourite

"Just had the new candles clothes orphan they. I should say five percent on yesterday closing at eleven thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, three, dollars, five percent once one knock that out the window that's the biggest move. The we've had next to the eleven point two, five percent that we saw. That's the biggest moves back on the first of June. So it's not significant ladies and gentlemen it is not insignificant at all saving and push on three bright the highs get above twelve thousand and really stop this pump moving. I was sore theory that I closing up as well to when I sent. It closed at four one the first time its theorems closed above full hundred dollars in this most recent run the I close above four hundred dollars since. Y on even know when the child I'm looking at federal shot. Now, I haven't got data that goes back that far. So it's been a while it's been a wall are also looking really you I for a two is sitting at rotten out. Superb looking knock it there on a theory just doesn't want to slow down I. WanNa see that four hour kick on a bit more. EXA Pay. Off The point four percent, the old quiet shave this one x updates sitting at thirty cents on the dealing rotten out closed just above thirty cents a guy in another market, the close above a significant level So we'll see how that goes throughout the day bitcoin cash. We'll get closed up one point seven percent as well. And? It's Five one five at the minute. So nothing too crazy out of the out of the rooms above. Madness, it's a lot cleanwater, fifty, nine bucks art we closed. Up Two point one percent yesterday. It was up two point seven, five them with sitting at two, hundred, thirty, three dollars, seventy six in what looks to be potentially the beginning of a very bullish day across the dymock it's called Donna was down point seven a little bit stock Dick Donna with hanging around that fourteen percent mark. The minute needs to do a little bit more from honest finance number two as far as liquids. So as far as moves went yesterday bitcoin being the number one bonnets to full point three percent closing at twenty three to twenty seven very nice up and shot that actually waiting pullbacks. Three dollars and seven we closed up point six today link. Well, it closed down two point six non but a tell you what I'll tell you. One thing it's looking very, very nice and if you look at Link Bitcoin, let me just check now to make sure did give me a not for its in the cradle. On the our China Link Bitcoin. China bitcoin that is one that on stoking today very very closely yesterday got filled on hominy. Hominy US Dollah Tetra. Longtime position on the daily looking quite Nas I. got a really solid move out of the candle back on the sixteenth of July and. That I was up nine point, three percent. So sitting pretty there hopefully should be just about a Ramli one to one tie. It's very I think moderate actually got the just boy visual sense to check the account. because. Look. In Arkansas you a couple of things that are really important that you're GONNA to have to learn in these next bull run. It's not gonNA come from May telling you what to do. It's GonNa come for me telling you what others done. Yet accurate member. WHO Was it back in two thousand eighteen? And this chat was A. Look to be honest with you saw two, thousand, nine, hundred, he he came to my law, of course, the two day. event. Honestly. He had a really bad attitude about writing I I really truthfully he came I got on a street is I. Don't know why because he was so maybe he was looking for help but he was looking for that inspiration a diary night but he was so insult, he was so negative about trading. He was telling me that hey, couldn't try it. He didn't think he could be tried. And The pull back I'm thinking how do you get to this point and I realize what he was doing was was trading what he was doing what he thought was trading but he was punting he was just putting away had no strategy syndicate? Will you know he's off interesting for wall of I'm not sure can be tried of lava. We'll you need some structure because I do I said Okay we'll wrought down. On a piece of pipe you strategy. Tell me what it is. Tell tell me what you're looking for. and. He said all I don't really know I feel that I am looking for certain things and what are they said things write them down. And he couldn't. They couldn't brought down anything. It couldn't even Dan one. One element of a checklist and I'm not saying that checklist of the to do it, but if you don't know you strategy. What are you doing? What are you doing? You ponting. Don't do it. You lose you will lose money you will lose money.

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Asian Shares Tumble On Virus Worries

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:21 min | 9 months ago

Asian Shares Tumble On Virus Worries

"And Brian we are seeing significant selling coming through across a number of key Asian markets today yes this spread outside China particularly with South Korea this morning announcing so many new cases another hundred sixty one cases investors very nervous the crosspiece trading down sixty three points now that's a drop just under three percent for that index no trading in Tokyo today some of the other big losses include the ASX two hundred trading down two point two percent and the hang Seng index here in Hong Kong off one point three percent the China markets are faring a little bit better with the CSI three hundred trading down about a half of one percent this consideration here that the spread outside China might run unabated and that could bring down global growth and so investors are selling and we've been musing in the in the markets live blog that this is one dip that maybe investors will be slow to buy and that's what we're seeing this morning out of single market is trading higher some of the haven investments are higher gold for instance sixteen hundred sixty three dollars and eighty cents and bitcoin is higher just under ten thousand now with a gain of two point four percent some of the selling in the Chinese currency the CNH now seven oh four eighteen although off the worst levels of the day trade on the weak side of seven oh five billion now one eleven fifty eight so lots of action in the

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IPOs gone wild?

CNBC's Fast Money

09:22 min | 11 months ago

IPOs gone wild?

"But we begin right here with what some are starting to worry could be. IPO's gone wild check out the monster move in some of these recently. Public Dame's beyond me. Smile Direct Uber up double digits. This year in fact smile smile direct up. Thirty four percent Uber. Seventeen beyond meet up fifty five and we're only nine trading days into twenty twenty. Many of these names are still to well off their Alzheimer. IPO highs so as the recent rally too far too fast so which guy dom of those names. If you had to pick one of those names names that we showed would you say this is the worst and most egregious example of momentum gone amok I mean the most egregious except those names momentum Menem gone amok beyond me is fascinating to me. I mean the stock went from seventy five seemingly the current levels in a straight line. But it's also often at two hundred forty dollar level that we saw. I don't know back in July so I don't know if it's necessarily runamuck to your point. There's still well off the highs. I think the bigger picture or sort of the broader theme here is. We spent a lot of time talking talking about. We work a few months ago and it's not particularly interesting but I think one of the many unintended consequences of central banks specifically are fed. Is they've made people people lazy. They made investors lazy. And what do you need to know. Well Softbank was supposed to be the greatest investors on the planet. They invested we work at a forty seven and a half billion billion dollar valuation and that's now eighty percent less if that were publicly traded company. We talk about it every day now seems to be happening in publicly traded companies. Yes I think. That's a reason for concern. I don't think it's necessarily the red flag but it's one of many red flags. Well I agree on the Fed analog and if you think think about where we were a year ago we were actually pricing in if you looked at the forward curve three fed hikes and continue unwinding the Fed balance sheet. Well we did exactly the opposite and twenty nine thousand nine. We got three cuts and essentially by the end of the year added four hundred billion dollars to the Fed balance sheet that to me is is essentially what guys talking about. This is the manifestation of that I don't think every one of these companies can be painted with that brush and if I had to take one of those companies that I actually think is kind of interesting. I think it's Lufkin. And I think it is based upon obviously asleep. They are the opportunity to be starbucks in China. You probably know this metaphor We talked about this last week. Karen remember they did a convert issuance in the stock. Got Killed after that and some of the biggest hedge funds in the world are in this name so you WanNa be buying essentially there convert except for the fact that I do think these guys are taking market share and I do think they are competing locally gross story I like I I think Karen the point of this exercise is that maybe all these names are great now. They were ignored many of them or sold at their IPO. So something reading either. Fundamentally has changed with the story in the past three weeks or this is just all goes and hedge funds and frequency traders riding the tape tape until they can't anymore. I think that is the main thing driving one thing. Most of these talks about all of them have in common is big short interest right so that starts a sort of a virtuous or vicious cycle depending on. If you're long or short of of buying so you look at like beyond me. twenty-five percent smile direct which to me is the most volatile bill fifty-six percent short interests. So I need to apologize to you because the last time we talked about small director suggested you might benefit from the product and I got a lot. uh-huh nasty twitter's said back then. I grew up in northern westchester nuts. Southern Westchester like you. We didn't have the funds four orthodontists. And you were making fun of me. I have feelings too I just wanted but that's okay. I'M GONNA start back in a couple of things about smile. Yes it's been on a tear for the last week. They've had some really good news with Walmart and now and now wholesale two orthodontist. That's actually big news but ever this stock was twenty. The I don't know four or five. And now it's eleven seventy something after a huge run so I mean some of these are just gaining share gaining priced back point. They had news smile direct. PK had some news. This they're going to sell through orthodontist which by the way was their entire on model. I mean the whole model was don't sell now. We're like at least they had news. Many of these other names are just trading on New Zealand's. It's the short interest in my view. It's the short interest that run out that we're running out and dry everyone covers. I think you take this list of stocks and put it up there and say when the market starts to turn over these are the ones who either want to short or you want to sell smile direct being number one on the club. I mean well primarily you think about dentistry and cosmetic dentistry. That is the first thing you're going to cut out if for some reason there's a recession or your pay checks cut or you're not making the kind of money that used to make the first thing to do is cut out your cosmetic dentistry whether you need it or not. So that's it's number one on my list too short not doing it now. Because of the fifty six percent short interest this thing could still keep get blown. You can still get ten. Would you agree. This is is not the time if you're thinking I don't like beyond meat unlike smile direct. I don't like luck and this is not the time to short these names. Well I think you can have a plan and you can certainly take a Exposure on in the option market. I think you can measure your risk and I think if the valuation is is absurd. I think you you. You don't necessarily need to put it on today that you can leg into the trade I will just say that if you remember back. It was only October when high multiple story stocks structuring unprofitable. With the last thing you wanted to own it was not that long ago. We're having this conversation in reverse. We will get back there. It doesn't mean that these are all bad companies. It's GONNA come back to valuations in the market when we're in a risk off environment. These will be the first to go. Yeah I could throw two more names on here. Guy Dummy Occidental Petroleum Down Twenty eight percent over twelve months up fourteen percent. This year I get through an L. brands down. Twenty four percent percent over twelve months or different up ten and a half percent this year. Sorry guy no jump in. I don't know what is with those names are they are. They're different but they're very similar more than there's been there's been news brand specifically and and a quick to go off the board for five hundred if I may in this conversation. But we didn't mention lifting this conversation but I think lift is much different Uber. That's a company with a pathway to profitability. Last two quarters from a good they were put in a couple of weeks. You've had this stealth rally and lift. I think this is the the name. I don't think it's going to get back to that. Sixty three dollar level that we saw over the summer. But I think it's destined to trade in the low fifties and percentage wise. That's a big move quickly. O'Brien you're someone that spends a lot of time folks folks on energy I I think the turnaround in oxy is really all about a reassessment of the energy sector in terms of the bottom up fundamental companies being run for equity investors again. The fact that we're seeing energy prices and commodity prices. Crv Ryan thinks that are actually starting to accelerate after years of basic. I I think the energy sector is very different. I think a good lesson here those you want to own a stock go to a CNBC DOT COM and check out the short interest. You should always know what the short interest is in a name that you all all right. Let's talk more now about these monster moves in the market in what is happening. Underneath the Hood Chad Orlando Senior portfolio manager at Washington crossing advisers and a value investor. And you've got to be as valuable guy watching in this tape watching those names wondering well what everyone here has been quite cautious telling investors to shy away from A lot of excess talking about the Federal Reserve lowering rates and being too accommodative if you raised rates by one hundred basis points or the tenure went up by one hundred and fifty basis points that group of names we just spoke about would be vastly different. Evaluations would be vastly different. So I WANNA I wanNA give credit to through the team here to the other traders around this desk because the easiest thing to do would be to say get on that momentum train maybe leave a little on the table but these are risky trades. Hr they're not absolutely and that's what we would caution at this point okay. Momentum right now is in style for the time being but the reality is that investors should now be pivoting their portfolio polio to more quality companies that are consistently growing consistently profitable. That don't have a lot of debt on their balance sheet that proven track records over the last five and ten. There's a lot of this story stocks. I'm telling you when you get the Federal Reserve re pivoting or global growth at disappoints. A lot of the multiples are gonNA come down quite a bit so when you think think about value how do you define that as something cheaper than its own history something cheaper than the SNP multiple. How do you think about it? So that's a great question. We're thinking about value and quality quality so we don't mind paying up for equality company like a Hormel or like a starbucks but as an investor one should focus their attention. They're not only on the P. E. multiple but all the debt. That's on the balance sheet. Really look at the company as if you're a private equity firm and give a cautious view to everything everything so you want companies out of diversified from a product line perspective from a client perspective and our reinvesting back into their business and a lot of these companies. What they're doing doing is they're taking on debt and they're buying back stock Chad every night? We come in. We tried to paint sort of the cautionary tale from time to time. We try to speak about the market but now the market the performance is the ultimate judge and jury in your position how difficult it is to watch the market. Go up every day yet.

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IPOs gone wild?

CNBC's Fast Money

09:22 min | 11 months ago

IPOs gone wild?

"But we begin right here with what some are starting to worry could be. IPO's gone wild check out the monster move in some of these recently. Public Dame's beyond me. Smile Direct Uber up double digits. This year in fact smile smile direct up. Thirty four percent Uber. Seventeen beyond meet up fifty five and we're only nine trading days into twenty twenty. Many of these names are still to well off their Alzheimer. IPO highs so as the recent rally too far too fast so which guy dom of those names. If you had to pick one of those names names that we showed would you say this is the worst and most egregious example of momentum gone amok I mean the most egregious except those names momentum Menem gone amok beyond me is fascinating to me. I mean the stock went from seventy five seemingly the current levels in a straight line. But it's also often at two hundred forty dollar level that we saw. I don't know back in July so I don't know if it's necessarily runamuck to your point. There's still well off the highs. I think the bigger picture or sort of the broader theme here is. We spent a lot of time talking talking about. We work a few months ago and it's not particularly interesting but I think one of the many unintended consequences of central banks specifically are fed. Is they've made people people lazy. They made investors lazy. And what do you need to know. Well Softbank was supposed to be the greatest investors on the planet. They invested we work at a forty seven and a half billion billion dollar valuation and that's now eighty percent less if that were publicly traded company. We talk about it every day now seems to be happening in publicly traded companies. Yes I think. That's a reason for concern. I don't think it's necessarily the red flag but it's one of many red flags. Well I agree on the Fed analog and if you think think about where we were a year ago we were actually pricing in if you looked at the forward curve three fed hikes and continue unwinding the Fed balance sheet. Well we did exactly the opposite and twenty nine thousand nine. We got three cuts and essentially by the end of the year added four hundred billion dollars to the Fed balance sheet that to me is is essentially what guys talking about. This is the manifestation of that I don't think every one of these companies can be painted with that brush and if I had to take one of those companies that I actually think is kind of interesting. I think it's Lufkin. And I think it is based upon obviously asleep. They are the opportunity to be starbucks in China. You probably know this metaphor We talked about this last week. Karen remember they did a convert issuance in the stock. Got Killed after that and some of the biggest hedge funds in the world are in this name so you WanNa be buying essentially there convert except for the fact that I do think these guys are taking market share and I do think they are competing locally gross story I like I I think Karen the point of this exercise is that maybe all these names are great now. They were ignored many of them or sold at their IPO. So something reading either. Fundamentally has changed with the story in the past three weeks or this is just all goes and hedge funds and frequency traders riding the tape tape until they can't anymore. I think that is the main thing driving one thing. Most of these talks about all of them have in common is big short interest right so that starts a sort of a virtuous or vicious cycle depending on. If you're long or short of of buying so you look at like beyond me. twenty-five percent smile direct which to me is the most volatile bill fifty-six percent short interests. So I need to apologize to you because the last time we talked about small director suggested you might benefit from the product and I got a lot. uh-huh nasty twitter's said back then. I grew up in northern westchester nuts. Southern Westchester like you. We didn't have the funds four orthodontists. And you were making fun of me. I have feelings too I just wanted but that's okay. I'M GONNA start back in a couple of things about smile. Yes it's been on a tear for the last week. They've had some really good news with Walmart and now and now wholesale two orthodontist. That's actually big news but ever this stock was twenty. The I don't know four or five. And now it's eleven seventy something after a huge run so I mean some of these are just gaining share gaining priced back point. They had news smile direct. PK had some news. This they're going to sell through orthodontist which by the way was their entire on model. I mean the whole model was don't sell now. We're like at least they had news. Many of these other names are just trading on New Zealand's. It's the short interest in my view. It's the short interest that run out that we're running out and dry everyone covers. I think you take this list of stocks and put it up there and say when the market starts to turn over these are the ones who either want to short or you want to sell smile direct being number one on the club. I mean well primarily you think about dentistry and cosmetic dentistry. That is the first thing you're going to cut out if for some reason there's a recession or your pay checks cut or you're not making the kind of money that used to make the first thing to do is cut out your cosmetic dentistry whether you need it or not. So that's it's number one on my list too short not doing it now. Because of the fifty six percent short interest this thing could still keep get blown. You can still get ten. Would you agree. This is is not the time if you're thinking I don't like beyond meat unlike smile direct. I don't like luck and this is not the time to short these names. Well I think you can have a plan and you can certainly take a Exposure on in the option market. I think you can measure your risk and I think if the valuation is is absurd. I think you you. You don't necessarily need to put it on today that you can leg into the trade I will just say that if you remember back. It was only October when high multiple story stocks structuring unprofitable. With the last thing you wanted to own it was not that long ago. We're having this conversation in reverse. We will get back there. It doesn't mean that these are all bad companies. It's GONNA come back to valuations in the market when we're in a risk off environment. These will be the first to go. Yeah I could throw two more names on here. Guy Dummy Occidental Petroleum Down Twenty eight percent over twelve months up fourteen percent. This year I get through an L. brands down. Twenty four percent percent over twelve months or different up ten and a half percent this year. Sorry guy no jump in. I don't know what is with those names are they are. They're different but they're very similar more than there's been there's been news brand specifically and and a quick to go off the board for five hundred if I may in this conversation. But we didn't mention lifting this conversation but I think lift is much different Uber. That's a company with a pathway to profitability. Last two quarters from a good they were put in a couple of weeks. You've had this stealth rally and lift. I think this is the the name. I don't think it's going to get back to that. Sixty three dollar level that we saw over the summer. But I think it's destined to trade in the low fifties and percentage wise. That's a big move quickly. O'Brien you're someone that spends a lot of time folks folks on energy I I think the turnaround in oxy is really all about a reassessment of the energy sector in terms of the bottom up fundamental companies being run for equity investors again. The fact that we're seeing energy prices and commodity prices. Crv Ryan thinks that are actually starting to accelerate after years of basic. I I think the energy sector is very different. I think a good lesson here those you want to own a stock go to a CNBC DOT COM and check out the short interest. You should always know what the short interest is in a name that you all all right. Let's talk more now about these monster moves in the market in what is happening. Underneath the Hood Chad Orlando Senior portfolio manager at Washington crossing advisers and a value investor. And you've got to be as valuable guy watching in this tape watching those names wondering well what everyone here has been quite cautious telling investors to shy away from A lot of excess talking about the Federal Reserve lowering rates and being too accommodative if you raised rates by one hundred basis points or the tenure went up by one hundred and fifty basis points that group of names we just spoke about would be vastly different. Evaluations would be vastly different. So I WANNA I wanNA give credit to through the team here to the other traders around this desk because the easiest thing to do would be to say get on that momentum train maybe leave a little on the table but these are risky trades. Hr they're not absolutely and that's what we would caution at this point okay. Momentum right now is in style for the time being but the reality is that investors should now be pivoting their portfolio polio to more quality companies that are consistently growing consistently profitable. That don't have a lot of debt on their balance sheet that proven track records over the last five and ten. There's a lot of this story stocks. I'm telling you when you get the Federal Reserve re pivoting or global growth at disappoints. A lot of the multiples are gonNA come down quite a bit so when you think think about value how do you define that as something cheaper than its own history something cheaper than the SNP multiple. How do you think about it? So that's a great question. We're thinking about value and quality quality so we don't mind paying up for equality company like a Hormel or like a starbucks but as an investor one should focus their attention. They're not only on the P. E. multiple but all the debt. That's on the balance sheet. Really look at the company as if you're a private equity firm and give a cautious view to everything everything so you want companies out of diversified from a product line perspective from a client perspective and our reinvesting back into their business and a lot of these companies. What they're doing doing is they're taking on debt and they're buying back stock Chad every night? We come in. We tried to paint sort of the cautionary tale from time to time. We try to speak about the market but now the market the performance is the ultimate judge and jury in your position how difficult it is to watch the market. Go up every day yet.

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Three thousand more American troops are being sent to the Middle East after U. S. drone strike killed Iran's top military commander the trump administration explains the move secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the US will provide intelligence that shows why taking out Iranian general Qassem Soleimani is justified that he was helping plan attacks on American interests in Iraq Americans and American affiliated facilities are urged to brace for possible reprisals not just in Iraq but the greater Middle East and possibly Africa even dissipated wide range of possible responses and we have done our level best to prepare for all of those possibilities a focal point of pro Iranian groups anger earlier this week the US embassy in Baghdad is anticipating new attempts to breach its walls and so while telling Americans to get out they're being told to stay away from the embassy Bob Costantini Washington their strike led to a spike in oil prices crude is up three percent today to sixty three dollars a barrel I'm in Kate's a judge has ruled an associate of Rudy Giuliani a go ahead and turn over documents to Congress correspondent Linda canyon on the request by left partners house intelligence committee its on material from harnesses iPhone during the impeachment proceedings harness work with guiliani to investigate the bindings on behalf of president trump and was arrested on campaign finance charges one the material comes late in the impeachment process it's still valuable in the event of any future impeachment enquiries and possibly in the Senate impeachment trial that is still pending one person is dead after an assailant went on a stabbing rampage in downtown Austin Texas today Austin police sergeant David Daniels says passers by sprung into action we don't recommend individuals get involved in a situation but they chose to do to do that and and it was it was helpful the suspect is in custody on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average down one hundred seventy eight points the nasdaq off forty seven I'm in Kate's firms year end sale through Tuesday to six hundred dollars.

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The Black Widow of England: Mary Ann Cotton

Female Criminals

12:53 min | 1 year ago

The Black Widow of England: Mary Ann Cotton

"Abuse but Marianne was no ordinary woman and ears she'd been rehearsing for her mother's death two daughters named Margaret had already died in her care only nine days turn Mary Ann's arrival in Siham Margaret Stott was also dead soon after her mother's death thirty four year old Marianne and thirty four year old James Robinson moved forward with their nuptials on August eleventh eighteen sixty seven they held a small wedding in ship where mouth Marianne was five months pregnant their honeymoon period didn't last long although Marianne now had all the well security she could ever dream of she still wasn't happy under her skin Marianne was flailing if only she'd been able to settle in she could have lived out the rest of her life and luxury but as the saying goes idle hands are the devil's play thing Marianne found that her life of wealth and security didn't bring her the peace she'd originally hoped it would she grew to disdain James Robinson once again she was desperate to relieve herself of her marriage Marianne preceded with her now usual Mo I she eliminated unwanted step children through the month of April eighteen sixty seven child after child died a son and two daughters all the while Marianne helped herself to her husband's wealth without his permission or knowledge she withdrew his entire savings account today the equivalent of roughly two thousand three hundred dollars it's hard to say where the money went but in addition to taking Robinson's money Marianne also pawned her linens and close for even more cash but that St L. wasn't enough she borrowed another five hundred sixty three dollars in Robinson's name this proved to be a grave misstep as the loan in company notified her husband of the funds he owed Robinson was both befuddled and enraged he felt that Marianne had greatly over stepped her bounds by borrowing and spending without his consent in November of eighteen sixty nine Robinson through Rianne his home he may not have realized it at the time but in abruptly breaking off their marriage he saved his own life and that of his remaining children as we discussed last episode the laws of Victorian England made legal divorce incredibly difficult although men had more options than women Robinson's still would have needed to go to great lengths to dissolve his partnership he never bothered although their marriage was over in all but in name Marianne remained Robinson's legal wife without a divorce she risked bigamy charges the next time she identified a potential spouse and victim but for once Marianne wasn't set on marrying for wealth because justice she found herself estranged from Ron Robison Marianne learned that her longtime lover Joseph Mattress had recently become a widower for most of Marianne adult life she'd only wanted a few things wealth freedom stimulation and the one true love of her life the perpetual Liane unattainable mattress in eighteen seventy for the first time thirty-seven-year-old Marianne and mattress were both single and finally after years of sneaking around in shame Marianne moved into his home so they could finally be together yes Marianne was technically committing adultery but all it took was a move to South Hatton where no one knew her past and Marianne was able to openly stay with her lover thanks to poor record-keeping in the era no one was wise to Marianne secret it seemed that Marianne had finally found her romance Nick happy ending but in only a matter of months she learned that life with mattress wasn't as idyllic as she'd always believed it would be and soon her fairytale transformed into a horror story coming up next Marianne cotton's life with Joseph Mattress takes an inevitable tragic turn I have some exciting news for you too thank you for your unwavering dedication and support we've released our entire back catalogue of shows and they're already in your feed that's fifty episodes A female criminals that are available to listen to right now be sure to check out some of my favorite episodes like the one on Lizzie borden and what drove her to become a not aureus figure or are episodes on Phoolan Devi the bandit queen of India who struck back at the ruling casts after she suffered violence and discrimination listen because of her class and gender whether you're reliving some of your favorite episodes or hearing these fantastic stories for the first time these V the episodes are available right

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U.S. stocks drift lower in premarket as oil surge pauses

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. stocks drift lower in premarket as oil surge pauses

"Stan stocks are heading lower in premarket trading although the price of oil is easing off after a whopping gain on the Saudi oil facility attacks the nearly fifteen percent gain of more than eight dollars to nearly sixty three dollars a barrel was the biggest single day gain in eleven years while the overall market was down oil and defense stocks posted strong gains on the vulnerability of Saudi Arabia's oil infrastructure and the potential threat of war with Iran airline accrue stocks were hammered on the oil spike oil prices are moving lower but Saudi Arabia state owned oil company Aramco is reportedly growing less optimistic about a quick restoration of its services following the attacks which hold at five point seven million barrels per day in output while it could take months for Ramco to fully get production back up to speed other countries including the U. S. are expected to try and make up for that hit to global supplies boil down about one and a quarter percent right now at just over sixty two dollars a

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Stocks falter as surge in crude oil prices rattles the market

KYW 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Stocks falter as surge in crude oil prices rattles the market

"Price of oil today spiking by the most ever following a weekend drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities which sparked worries about a disruption in global supplies and what it could mean to global economic growth oil closing more than fourteen percent higher today ending closer to sixty three dollars a barrel on Wall Street that had stocks in a slump weighing on shares of airlines and cruise lines which user you ge amount of fuel even the traders are still optimistic about a possible rate cut coming this week by the federal reserve but the Dow on track to ended a day winning streak is down about half a percent the nasdaq down one third of one percent the S. and P. five hundred down also a third of one

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Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media

podnews

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media

"Popular podcast app. Overcast has launched clip sharing away listeners to share up to sixty seconds of their favorite podcast with other people on social media. The app produces a video or audio file to share all a link to a website luminary have responded to our many stories about them on Friday, clearly stating that they will continue to remove links from show notes quote due to important security concerns as we reported on Twitter show notes left intact in the majority of podcast apps including apple podcasts. Meanwhile, more podcast, publishers have requested their shows be removed from luminary Stitcher podcasts have been removed and Stitcher. Asking those podcast represented by mid roll to consider doing the same PR X, including radio topa are off. And we have a statement from Latigo Williams and co saying similar we have no. Plans to remove our podcast Henderson research is announcing a new set of data for podcast networks and advertising agencies. The podcast. Consumer quarterly tracking report is a subscription podcast, which offers bespoke research for individual podcast networks podcast host simple cast has launched a new metric for the podcast industry. That's their claim. Anyway, unique listeners the new metric world begin appearing in simple cost customer dashboards tomorrow. Transistor a podcast host has significantly increased available downloads within its pricing plans. The company is also reworking its analytics algorithms as it works on AB compliance, which may have a negative effect on apparent total numbers. John Gruber has written along blog posts saying that all podcast shows. But not all shows podcasts, we linked to it from show notes and our newsletter today, highlighting luminary and Spotify premium subscription models radio days, Europe's pod. Past day has an answer their first set of speakers including founder of Google podcasts. Zach Renault were dean and Andrew Davies from ABC audio studios. Australia the event is in London in the UK on the thirteenth of June. Pod news is a media partner and will be there to there is simply no excuse for the current state of live of Lipson. That's according to a shareholder of lips in k Mak partners, which is demanding all four existing directors of the company removed. Two quotes bring needed discipline to Lipson and an unwavering commitment to stockholder value. They've suggested five new directors four of whom only have a financial background and the other has just launched a new podcast onto luminary audio boom are apparently seeking a further five million pounds at six and a half billion dollars of funding. They raised two million dollars at the end of February. Why are host read ads so popular with advertisers? And listeners alike. Steven Goldstein looks at the history of the medium in a blog post that we linked to in our show notes and our newsletter today. Overcast developer Marco Arment has been vocal about luminary. However, Leon Zand Mun tweets him somehow funny that in the same week you take part in the fuzz about luminaries proxy of podcasts. You introduce a feature that enables re hosting of podcast audio and enables the audio to be played without hitting the original source. He has a point. Meanwhile, we're looking forward to a special luminary premium exclusive that we've discovered called test premium podcast one, and we all selling to Ben running who's head of design at luminary. He was speaking at design driven in New York five days before launch and podcast made it to luminary slide deck, which was nice in podcasts. Today, we mentioned four of them the detail launched today. It's daily news podcasts from Radio New Zealand. The hello. The internet podcast sold a special podcast episode for sixty three dollars recently on wax. Cylinder the episode sold out and we link to a video of the making it the Koi pond has been acquired by Starbucks audio. They've also announced a new podcast the pants down with MS Pat. And we listen to and liked the daily on Friday talking about the measles outbreak in parts of New York.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Eight twenty five. Now, the Bloomberg business news sponsored by Bayard. Here's Gina cervitti. Police impact. Good morning futures. Have been fluctuating in a narrow range this morning as investors. Look at the latest earnings look ahead at a lot more earnings is the season just got underway from the in Chicago right now, we've got the s&p futures unchanged. Nasdaq futures down three Dow futures down six NYMEX. Crude oil is lower by seven tenths percent at sixty three dollars forty four cents a barrel. Citigroup found some bond trading success in a rough quarter for its rivals in a dramatic ending to what was widely seen on Wall Street is a tough quarter. The banks fixed income traders managed to boost revenue one percent from a year earlier and shares of city grouper higher. But Goldman is lower. Even though it beat earnings per share estimates in the latest quarter net revenue fell short of projections. And the firm posted a bigger drop in equity trading than expected. Stocks posted strong gains last Friday for all of the week, the broader US equity market rose one half of one percent. The wintrust WBZ 'em Chicago index from Bloomberg was up. One percent this past week with business at twenty five and fifty five in the noon business hour live from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Gina Cervetti, NewsRadio seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM. Traffic and weather next WBZ news time, eight twenty seven it's blue and I don't get shampoo. The first half of the word is sham and the second part. You definitely don't want to see in the shower. That's why I made up in meet word, slow Texan the feeling of security. You get when you're new houses protected by home insurance through.

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Oil futures fall, with US benchmark settling at a one-week low

The Ray Lucia Show

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Oil futures fall, with US benchmark settling at a one-week low

"Oil futures slipping higher than easing at risk for back-to-back losses. As investors Wayne on this stain ability or recess sizeable gains without a pause against the price. Support of news from the political crisis in Venezuela. West Texas intermediate crude oil March delivery falling zero point four percent at fifty dollars and thirty five cents a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It earlier traded as high as fifty five dollars and twenty one cents a barrel. It's been churning trading. Only about one dollar below a recent peak at fifty five dollars in twenty six cents a barrel which marked a roughly two and a half month high for the month contract, April. Brent crude falling zero point seven percent to sixty two dollars in eight cents a barrel on the icy featured Europe exchange it had traded up above sixty three dollars in trade earlier.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Around sixty three dollars for twenty nine hundred. So we think it's gonna grow from from the price today. But. But it's a it's a it's a downward revision from our earlier focused that's predominantly due to. We demand forecasts for twenty nine hundred over think. Puts you. As well. With the with the folks that credit credit sweets as well to me is great to have you on the program. Thank you for your time to me Jabber. The CEO at Deutsches security Saudi Arabia still coming up on this jam packed program. We're gonna be talking about what stay story for emerging markets off the back of the fed announcement overnights incites, then on AM this is Bloomberg. Where in the world is the financial news you need. Do you think that the Bank of England will actually follow through where is the business and market information? That drives your success. This game of chicken is gonna end the and where would you find information on political events around the globe? Is this going to have an impact on the Chinese economy anywhere? And everywhere you are is America energy independent. Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app, and bloombergradio dot com. Lindbergh, the world is listening ever wonder why weddings, so expensive. Brexit is all about China. Did you know.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"And he said can I help you? And I said, yeah, we're looking to rent a car we wanna go off property for for a meal, we can either take a cab or a weekend rent a car. What would be the best way to go or? No, I we started in the conversation. We came up with should I take a cab? Instead, he goes, well, you can take a cab. But a cab is probably just going to rip you off. Okay. Well, this is good. He's giving me. Some insider information building my trust. And I'm like, okay. He's on my side. Right. So he said, I can get you a car. So he picks up the Avis phone that sitting right on the desk, and he makes a phone call. Now, he's speaking in Spanish to the other person. So I can't hear what they're saying. I have no idea JJ doesn't speak Spanish well enough to know what he was saying. So he says, okay. A buddy of mine is coming. He will be here the next day. And again, I'm thinking great Avis is coming drop the car off. It's going to be great. I said how much is it? Just again, I'm checking he said he said the Avis rate is sixty three dollars. So it's going to be sixty three bucks, white go. Excellent. So the guy comes the next day, and my first clue should have been that. They didn't let him in to the gate. He he the car had the stay on the elder side of the gate. I had to walk outside the gate of the resort to do the paperwork. Okay. Big. And the first thing is this probably is not a good sign, but again JJ's there. She does not like when I when I create a ruckus. So or or when I think negatively just go with it. So I'm like, okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. So I go outside and I started filling out the paperwork, and I notice he's using actually not like a not like a computer printed form, but a form that had been like like Xerox. If you boy. Wait, like a thousand times end like all the words are kinda like they're in English. But they're like really a little bit leery because they've been copied so many times. Yeah. And in addition to that, he's using carbon paper, okay? Hang on. Now. This was to rent a car for to go out to one meal. I wanted to go we wanted to go JJ had a property called floral farms that she wanted to go visit the property, and they have a restaurant in a spa, and they have some neat shops. But it's not on the resort. So we could be there taken a taxi or we rented a car to get there. So we decided to do the car thing. So yes. So it was going to be for not just one meal we figured we're going to spend the day out. We're going to go into the city of Kabo. We're going to just drive around. We're gonna go to this restaurant. We're going to enjoy the day outside of the property guy. Okay. All right. So filling out the paperwork, and I noticed that the bottom it says like in kind of blurry little bit blurry logo. It says euro cars. Like like hold on. This isn't this isn't enterprise. I mean, this isn't Avis this is Europe. And I'm like, I said the JJ I'm like after the, you know, doing all the paperwork might, hey, this, isn't this isn't Avis. This is Europe car. Should I be like a little bit leery? And then we thought now we don't have to be leery because the guy at the hotel kind recommended it. It's a resort. Maybe they're going to be a response if something happens, they'll be responsible and aside from the fact that I felt like I was taken advantage of are led down a false path to get the car. There was no negative experience with the rental car itself other than I felt it was a little bit sketchy the entire like why didn't he just say? Hey, this isn't rate. Avis. This is your zero cars, it's the same price. They have the same details. It was a new car. I mean, it did have the fuzzy dice hanging from the rear view mirror. I thought. Joking. I'm joking. That would have been if it was imported Rico..

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Sysco shares slide 6% premarket after earnings miss

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Sysco shares slide 6% premarket after earnings miss

"Of IBM, Chevron as well as aircraft maker Boeing oil services as well as big name pharmaceuticals for some of the better performing groups today, semiconductors and computer, hardware, we're among the day's laggards. Shares of Houston-based sysco foods in the spotlight today. The stock down about nine percent was after third quarter profits were a bit below analysts estimate. The company citing higher costs such as wages as well. As transportation costs oil was up fifty six cents closing at sixty three dollars seventy cents a barrel.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The most popular these services deliver food prepared and ready to eat and they're used by forty five percent of Americans and gobble up the bulk of spending on such services. An average of sixty three dollars a month at seven billion dollars a month. According to survey Californians us food delivery, the most then more than anybody else. Some I don't understand how that. You know bender. You you you get this door dash in the grub hub. And all that stuff. You're you're hooked into that. How does that happen? I mean does the restaurant give the driver a discount? No, no. So he just whatever it is. He's spending the urine to spend the same out. You just pay for the delivery. That's it delivery fee and tip. That's how it works. In fact, I'm meeting some delivery is. I don't know why nobody told me this. I just looked down. While the mayor was here. I went to the bathroom before he got here and zip my pants up, and my shirt got caught in there. So that's what they were talking about the whole time. I'm talking to mayor my shirt is sticking. In my pants interview. That's great. And no team players to tell me everybody out for themselves. But now everybody out for themselves. Make sense what they were saying I realize right on everybody. But there's a delivery fee sometimes five to ten dollars depending on what what time you're ordering where you're ordering from. How far does away from your destination? I understand like a good bowl of pasta, or maybe I don't even a sandwich being delivered. But I don't know how you deliver like fast food you. You deliver McDonald's or Jack in the box, and it comes warm. It comes hot comes warm. Yeah. And again, depending on proximity could job hot. And so it's the the person that goes to the restaurant first, and then comes to you. And they only charge five bucks. Yeah. Yeah. Usually like five to ten bucks. And then you would tip them on top of that. Generally. That's I see it's the again, the idea that you can't or don't want to get up and go I want that food to get up and show up. You don't I did last night. I sort of I just had enough last night. I ordered Chinese food on my way home. Yeah. It didn't didn't you were supposed to go to panda. I didn't want to another play. What did you find? I don't want to mention the name of the restaurant. Okay. Because I I go there often, I don't want to you know, some idiot to take a dump in my next while bowl of soup. Okay. So I I I'm going to this Chinese restaurant last night. And I'm going to get a Kung Pao chicken. And I said it comes with chicken and shrimp. I said, please don't put these shrimp in. They're just all chicken because I think I'm allergic to to shrimp. His last couple of times I've had broken out in hives, and and please no-one unions and the guy said, okay, no onions, and no shrimp. I said, that's right. I said can you do me a favor? I said can you read that back to me again, he goes by? I know I know, but I really need to hear that you're going to pass that along to them with no shrimp. And and the ones you said, okay. All right. So I go pick it up. I get home. There's more shrimp in this thing again, they have SeaWorld. I mean, this is you know, it it's basically a Long John silver's. It's like the buffet up Universal Studios. See for buffet. It's all shrimp, pounded and packed into this thing and filled with onions, so I called the restaurant and the guys who put you on hold. I was on hold for like three or four minutes. I hung up. I just through the crap in the trash and with the bed is one of those nights. Where like, you know, what they got me? I'm I'm defeat. Can't do anything. I better go to Ben in in in the war of takeout and delivery, right? They won. This battle goes to shrimp. That battle is over you lost battle shrimp. They got they won. I just hung up the phone through that crap in the trash and said I'm going to bed before I kill myself. And I almost did. Oh, no, no. I very today's is national mental health awareness day. Is that right? Yes. All right. Well, I say that on a daily almost myself, then how about the same day. That's just I almost half. That's not bad. I gotta try huffing is that I should take out. Don't you know, what here I have an idea? Huffing? Angels. You all the time, and I like to use the the gold paint. So that I've got a gold goatee. And I'm all done and your wild. I it's pretty cool. I did this a few years ago for the snap for the Graham and your big pure L guy. So you you might have inadvertently done this before where you got the pure L. You know, you rub it on your hands. And then for whatever reason you have to kind of touch your face. All right. And you forget that you have pure L. Breathe it in. Yep. And I did that actually intentionally for the for the Snapchat on the Instagram a few years ago, and it is brutal. But I can imagine that's probably about like your first half is going to be. I I learned a lesson about ten years ago when I used to smoke cigarettes. I puree held my hands and then lit a cigarette and both hands caught on fire. That's true. True story MS. I I lived the lighter, and they didn't burn it. Just burns the top layer of the Burell off. Right. And it burns quick even burn my skin. But for a second. I looked down on both hands are on fire. That is scary. Never pure AL and use a lighter. We're live on KFI..

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The world's financial leaders about the impact, of protectionism on growth as for trade and tariffs Thomas Shaw is chairman and CEO of kief Bretton Woods, I think it all goes to uncertainty and uncertainty is continuing to build. The market really hasn't had a lot, of indigestion, yet with this uncertainty but I think as. Of now the data's still has been quite, strong and I think that we all need to stay on guard to see when it starts to show up in the data and I think that's, when the markets. Are going. To begin to care, a, lot, more s., and p. five hundred index, up five two tenths of one percent the Dow down fourteen down about one One tenth of, one percent NASDAQ up twenty one up three tenths of one percent. In New York Charlie, Pellett Bloomberg daybreak Asia and we're at thirty four past the hour let's get the mood in. The Asia, Pacific. Sydney and that's where we find. Paul Allen he's got his eye on New Zealand. And the pre market for Australia. Good morning Paul yeah morning Doug the mood kinda relaxed New Zealand at the moment looking very flat the index just turning five points to the upside is futures however high by a third of one percent. And this is despite commodity prices easing on off about. Half a percent to just under sixty three dollars ton and the AUSSIE dollar weakening as well that's back below seventy four cents now seventy three. Spots seventy nine Doug all right, thanks to Bloomberg's Paul Allen the dollar, strengthened debate against the majors during the New York session with the Bloomberg dollar spot rising about two tenths of one percent. We are building on those gains right now in early Asian trading with the Bloomberg dollar spot index higher by one tenth of one, percent little bit of pullback, not much in the yen against the Dollar here at one. Eleven forty six futures trading in. Chicago on the Nikkei have is, about. Ninety five. Points above where. We finished in the cash market yesterday we'll be talking more about the bond market coming up here on daybreak Asia but the ten year treasury. Last quoted in New York at a yield of two ninety five so that's where the action. Is going to begin on the other side of the top of, the hour in the Tokyo session David Let's have a look at global news right now well I if you follow President. Trump, on Twitter some tough love there between the US and Iran I'm kind of, wondering whether or not in about two months sign they get together we see a summit similar. To North Korea I think that's what the president is kind of shooting for a tough love you said with tongue in cheek. Correct Love yes? Okay The Trump administration deploying the same type of tactics at did. With, North Korea David, in all caps tweet the tough love from, president, to president Rwanda. Saying any threats our actions. Will bring consequences the likes of which few throughout history have suffered before. Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says maximum pressure on Iran's ability. To move money the center of this campaign is the reimposition of sanctions on Iran's banking. And energy sectors as we've explained explained the, last few weeks our focuses to work with countries importing Iranian crude oil to get imports as close to zero as. Possible, by, November fourth yeah Ryan says it can cut oil supplies to that will cause production and supply ripples around the globe and return US decision advisor to people doing or wanting to do business, with North Korea warning. Of the risks that's. A Yonhap report Japan has recorded its. Hottest temperature ever one hundred six degrees north. West of Tokyo death toll is said now to be at least, forty South Korea, suffering as, well. Reporting Least, ten deaths US President. Trump is pondering cancelling..

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Constitution for in depth news coverage and two hundred sixty three dollars in coupons i think that's amazing they worked too if you remember to give them to the cashier when you go through the who live in the cities now probably don't recall at least atlanta because there used to be a morning paper in an afternoon paper atlanta constitution was in the morning the atlanta journal in the afternoons right now you just look at your phone and the motto was the atlanta journal covers dixie like the d e w like do the these right okay it's it's it feels early but it's not it's time for you to pay attention to your food plots and this is back into the connection that the controversy if you will the issue about bathing for whitetail deer on private lands all over the state now you can't you still can't bait for whitetail deer owned wildlife management areas but private land you can now i'm not in favor of that because i'm in favor of the hunt but a food plots a different thing some people split hairs on that sort of thing so hey you're feeding the animals by putting in a food plot i mean you know you're feeding animals just like putting out a rule corn no you're not you're not doing that and anyway we'll talk about that so hey here's our old buddy we've got time to talk to him i believe let's talk to our old buddy milton crab apple good morning milton yes sir yes we're doing this morning i've doing really good i woke up early and i'm ready to make radio for a little while sounds good to me you coming in loud and clear up and crab apple okay i'm glad to hear that too as coming in over that'd be radio sure you were talking about this vacation thing yes going on a good vacation or bad vacation okay in one of the worst place man mall crab apple liber state okay we were striving believe it was somewhere up in north standard she's been q years ago in the pouring down rain all no i mean it was raining charge it good and she had to drive crab apple treat where we better find a place in the night we'll we'll finish up tomorrow we can't drive in the rain i should you right i should shall we drove all about a mile up the road and they were up there and they were sign up there motel well we didn't have no kids where this show we figure that place okay well we shopped in there and i went in went up the dish look around me and mock rabble get ruined reservation russian neutrality should well to tell you the truth i do but we need a place to stay show here so okay cater the room we went down there and i opened the door to go in that room i'm telling you stranger ever been in in my life o'neil my goodness milton i wanna know if you can stick around for a few minutes i wanna know about the adult motel can you hold on for a minute i've got to go to a break i reckon show okay if i know how to put this on hold there and we can do it right there this is o'neil with o'neil outside crab apple headed your way when we get back hi i'm dr marian author of elder care made easier did you know long term care is truly a woman's issue on average women live longer than men because of the longevity rate women act as the primary caregiver in our society and often use their own assets to pay for others longterm care needs as well as their own i encourage all women to get started today to protect what they have worked so hard for.

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Wti, Sandra Kilhof and Asia discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Wti, Sandra Kilhof and Asia discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"Radio business flash for about forty minutes away from the european equity market open it looks like we could see a little bit of softness come through in these equities we have see losses in the asia session as concerns historic increase a little bit around trade tensions dax futures down three tenths of a percent cat forty futures slap footsie100 futures unchanged your stocks fifty futures lower by two tenths of a percent and us futures edging lower as well let's turn to the fx markets with that in mind because we're seeing the yen bid with safe havens generally around these concerns as so dalian down six tenths percent higher for a third day when it comes to yen against the dollar spot forty it's where we trade meanwhile the euro near a six month low what we saw this drop below one seventeen yesterday where buffet one seventeen hundred one seventeen zero six is where we trade on your dollar in cable pretty much unchanged but we did see some losses yesterday we're trading up one tenth percent one thirty three sixty five but the lira very much in focus in the fx space so we did see it strengthened yesterday after that emergency rate hike but now you're seeing it we can we can buy more than two percent four sixty eight seventy one is where we are on the turkish lira reversal yet again already it seemed as if the markets didn't see that rate hike as enough this seems now to confirm it in the fixed income space the reaction to the fed minutes curve steepening on the two tens and fives thirties the ten year yield just below three percent two point nine nine five percent is where we trade the year bundled study italy's ten year yield coming down by four basis points and taking a quick check on oil weaker on wti and brent wti seventy one sixty three dollars a barrel brent crude at seventynine spot forty nine for a bit of a retreat in the oil prices we did see a little bit of a stock pile shock in that inventories data that's your bloomberg business flash is sandra kilhof with more on what's going on around the world good morning nara fulmer malaysia prime minister naci bras is facing a second day of questions as part of the.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The bloomberg terminal malaysian prime minister najjar is that likely to announce the dissolution of parliament after muslim prayers on friday this getting ready for the upcoming general election indonesia cabinet member members threatened to shut down facebook if there's any evidence that personal data is being harvested or if it does not start to crack down on fake news meanwhile facebook is saying that it's network has been used to incite violence and me and mar and ceo mark zuckerberg is firing back at apple ceo tim cook's criticisms that it treats its customers like product saying the comments were extremely glib and not truthful tesla's ceo elon musk is straight up challenging the ntsb today regarding the fatal crash of one of its pado pilot cars must tweeting a lot of respect for ntsb but nhtsa regulates cars not ntsb which is an advisory board and russian president vladimir putin is saying that the us likely venue for a meeting between him and president donald trump global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian right thanks very much twenty one minutes past the hour paul kidneys our guests from dial capital markets bond market pretty stable we mentioned that commodities not bad gold is a little higher but oil over sixty three dollars the dr hasn't done all that much what's leading here yeah i think that's that's that's about right so i think you're when we look at we're looking at the the energy space we've got you're the russia repack agreement having so far being stuck too i mean i think we're going to look at the forecast for production this year they're assuming that one party is going to break ranks in incr increased production which is why they're seeming fifty five sixty dollars a barrel but there is the threat there of shale oil common threat on the far birth russia and our pack for the for the united states potentially increasing production which made bind them together so we may in fact see over.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"But they said well my exit might my late spouse their benefits higher than mine so i'll take that benefit and they never knew that because they never applied for their own benefit it kept growing until seventy and it may have actually gotten to a point that was larger than the survivor benefit they were receiving and well they're never informed that they could have switched over to that higher benefit because they didn't know here's the here's the example that they gave in january two thousand eleven an individual applied for retirement and widow's benefits january two thousand eleven okay she was eligible for a fourteen hundred three widow's benefit and her retirement benefit was eleven hundred forty how old was she did they say they did not say okay okay social security payday combined widows and retirement benefit amount of fourteen three consisting of the original eleven forty and two hundred sixty three dollars as a widow's benefit similar to what you might have paid is this right by limiting the scope they said of her application she would have received the widows fourteen hundred three monthly benefit and then retain the option to apply for higher retirement retirement benefits at a later date what they're saying is so instead of applying for her first and then the widows to tack on top of it they should have had her apply for just the must've been under full retirement age because that means that she is not applied for her own and because she hasn't applied for her own would continue to grow because it wasn't reduced before full retirement age and then grow but delayed retirement credits after that but they locked her into the lower one because they signed her up for both right off.

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Wall Street flat as oil offsets Facebook's drop; Fed move awaited

Mornings On the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Wall Street flat as oil offsets Facebook's drop; Fed move awaited

"Eighty eight bible six fifty three let's see how your money is doing here's jessica ettinger at the c nbc news desk good morning hi there mary good morning futures are lower pointing to a lower open on wall street this morning shares of facebook or down another two percent in premarket trading right now on the data scandal in two days it's lost nearly fifty billion dollars in value and the man who cofounded what's which facebook bought for nineteen billion dollars tweeted that everyone should delete facebook stocks are mostly lower in europe and asia crude oil has popped above sixty three dollars a barrel that could mean a tick up in gasoline prices for you in the next few weeks investors find out today if the.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Oh bala water uh put that may get a url monory up with chocolate syrup i put popcorn in there in the poor hot oil limits surprised were the attended yeah and also it feels it up like you only need a few colonels it's you so that's why you didn't get a lot of lays kids you were in i don't mean potato chips right and i don't mean you had you put all of your lays on way away yeah and what i said was get these lays away from me and my wife don't touch my wife i hate of that we went out to a dinner one night and everywhere you go because every like like ninety percent of the people in hawaii or on their honeymoon now and so that's why he said i couldn't come he has that for us if you couldn't tell i'm sorry buddy next time we are everywhere you go there like um so he celebrating your honeymoon era and like normally we were like now like fling is like 'cause like dessert walk outside sell yourself either you sell is something or there's going to be a thing and we went to this one placers plays mama's fish house which is like a very expensive tourists deplace but like you have to go there i am maui is a dozen without i should i believe it sounds like yeah odds mama's fish algesiras at in the backyard and guess what tom two hundred and sixty three dollars leaner wound each now uh so he didn't pay for your wife though held now or a list we split everything 5050 um she.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"That they could have switched over to that higher benefits they didn't know here's the here's the example that they gave in january two thousand eleven an individual applied for retirement and widows benefits january of what two thousand eleven okay she was eligible for a fourteen 103 widows benefit and her retirement benefit was 1143 how old was she did they say they did not say okay okay social security payday combined widows and retirement benefit amount of fourteen o3 consisting of the original eleven forty and two hundred sixty three dollars as a widow's benefit similar to what you might have paid as a spouse right by limiting the scope they said of her applications she would have received the widows fourteen 103 monthly benefit and then retain the option to apply for higher of dire ban but retirement benefits at a later date what they're saying is so instead of applying for us first and then the widows to tack on top of it they should have had a reply for just that that it must have been under full retirement age because that means that she is not applied for her own and because she hasn't applied for her own in rome own would continue to grow a because it wasn't reduce before retirement age and the new grove with the league retirement growth after that but they locked her into the low on because they signed europe up from both right off the bat right now had this window d'alene filing for her own retirement.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on WWL

"And dot com governor john bell edwards revealed his worst case scenario budget which assumes lawmakers will refuse to replace a one billion dollars in expiring sales taxes enforce widespread slashing across state government crews are searching in the gulf of mexico for a woman who reportedly went overboard from a carnival cruise ship which homeports in new orleans the company says the forty four year old woman was seen going overboard sunday night and the jury in the ronald gasser trial hearing testimony today from a sheriff's deputy who investigated the scene of football star job ignites killing gasser claims he shot big died in selfdefence after a road raided the road rage incident in december of 2016 before the halfhour on wall street the dow is up sixty d three points nasdaq up 48 oil up twelve cents at sixty three dollars forty nine cents a barrel dow's deep geller wwl sports mr nfl draft mel cutler junior psb and just put out his first mark draft ahead of april's threeday event and has no lsu players being taken and round warn tigers running back darius guys is expected to be selected on the first day as is already key according to wwl draft new bike to tell ya since there is a premium on edge rushers lauderdale's god abramovich up with one another carolina state in you've got a little bit of hesitation on what's going to happen afterwards so how rushers of gold in the nfl and i think teams are certainly going to take a long look at him a key reason for key stock to take a dip whereas injuries this past season at lsu as a junior he was limited to eight games and finished with four sex with five and a half tackles for laws andy ports fall bull steve geller wwl sports and today on second gas with bobby gave yard mike to jill yet live from the silver slipper casino barbara saints quarterback you bari greer joins the guys at five thirty five pm bless who are the studs and dodds at the conference championships it how interesting is this year super bowl than at seven pm talk tiger hoop saw the will wage show up with the pros at four on the home of the saints and lsu wwl.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At ten thousand six hundred sixty three dollars in asia day investors took the latest north korean missile launch mostly in stride bloomberg's juliette ssali has details from our singapore bureau the msci asiapacific index notched up its first win of the week as japan's nikkei twotofive added half of one percent and chinese shares gauge somewhat of a comeback after early a heavy selling however take players in the region continued to be dumped ten cent weighing on the hang seng index while la d chipmaker hd these sematech dropped in shanghai and disco fell almost six percent in tokyo and and the provocation from the north once again did little to rattle neighbor south korea the cosby closing relatively unchanged in singapore i'm juliette sally bloomberg daybreak asia really at an esa bloomberg business flash now here's michael barr with more on what's going on around the world michael karen north korea launched its most powerful worker the other claiming to jug of intercontinental ballistic missile that some observers believe could reach washing the entire eastern us seabord at a special state media broadcaster with reasserted successfully fired a significantly more powerful nuclearcapable icbm also analysts concur the north had made a jump in capability president trump will head to the st louis area today to push the republican tax plan and sports in the nfl after to under ten straight starts giants quarterback eli manning has been benched joe smith will start against the raiders sunday the giants her two were nine in the nhl the.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Loyd continues blessing upon you and mail and all who work with you and this is from roseville michigan no real lovely give they had in there and we are up to thirteen thousand two hundred and sixty three dollars at count today and we're hoping that next week's we can tell you the fifty three thousand dollars is history and we can move on and trying our will perch in italy i won't delegated it to others to inquire about of the stations but if we exceed enough this time i will personally take on the responsibility of seeing if there's none other spot in the salem station network where we can learn in large and spread out wings because that i'm i'm not looking for a wide mira of a on challenged on the uh uh uh broadcast room continuance i i believe in almaa dares folks trying to stop programs like joshuastrailorg here and so we better make haste while as surety shot and then because it was dayton here because the bibigate babbel untold say they're going to be people is going to try to destroy so that's why i won others are quiet you know you can listen to the talk show that you can even listen to people who are on outside and they don't mentioned the the the priorities that i share with you so often that my agenda says that he america every time they speak needs to be saying it's a horrible thing to kill babies and i was so i wanna share a positive piece of state sues to overturn a new trump rule and force little sisters of the poor to fund abortion the trump administration issued a new rules protecting protecting not not protecting the little sisters of the poor from having to pay for abortion causing drugs in their employs healthcare plan now two states have filed a suit the fourth organization of catholic nuns to pay the drug now the trump administration this is our life news says president trump signed a religious liberty executive order that would protect christian organisations like the little sisters of the poor from being forced to pay for abortions the order indicates that the trump administration will provide regulatory relief for religious is to obamacare's burdensome prevent of service mandate a position supported by the supreme court to season in hobby lobby however but however even after the trump administration of.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Of the spin that than than their heads who will be a good idea you think if if if pay if these big share woods didn't pan until say ten years after they were awarded and the executive may well have moved on but the the the shares to sit there until until it's it's it's proved what they did was right or wrong yes i i think we just want to encourage a longerterm perspective in terms of the type of our investment nicola me so let's say look away from the launch into the very short term now and the oil price it has ticked up corner on the back of the sort of political tumour in saudi arabia corruption purge eleven leading political and business figures now depth we think it's going up to sixty three dollars which is about a two year high is that d day you expecting to go higher yes we are i mean i think fundamentally we think the all markets name seventy five us dollars a barrel to encourage the investment because global oil demand is still rising fairly fairly solid late on a million barrels of oil per day per year and i think that the reason it is still so low is because there's this tremendous optimism around us shale which has delivered nearly twothirds of all these criminal nailing growth we've seen in the last two or three years we think that optimism is is misplaced did you think american show we'll just run out of road won't be able to grow as quickly as it has done absolutely i mean that that that we're already seeing tremendous customer flation inside there that business because the rigs are becoming more expensive to round they need a hell of a lot of sand and and all of water to pump out so we need the markets have been particularly in the us slightly over exuberant about the power that that that can come out of us shale and we're seeing now stocks fooling around the world and they're think these tire just say that at the moment when final keep law on the road and continue to function thank you very much john's klebanov basis world leaders and of course the hangers on our embalmed this wanting for the latest round of international climate change talks the.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I mean sixty three dollars a marker burn the airport down over it by yeah it's it's just like it just seems that but when they postponed a flight and it totally closures your window to travel you ought to get something back he ought to get something back will you well you will are you a virgin member mohammed to elevate member do okay you you'll probably get a creditor something they usually give you a little something bomb going to mali a is a vital one time i flew in the satellite tv was out and he gave me like a 25 don credit the next day is that right that is true well well this is we're sorry for the inconvenience and they gave me a twenty five dollar but they put my bank at yukon complained about the satellite did not do you did not all they just automatically did they just did it for all passengers on the flight yeah i'm sorry i'm sorry virgin is selling obvious sat their fault that the smoker and i just read that the fires were getting dampened by the rain last night so i thought oh this is good so when he was owen while i'm going to go tonight i got up there after the show i'm going to be bad i gotta go bomb fine oakland now always give it a cloud will move they got the flow collateral now i'm hope the wind doesn't change directions there oh god oakland and of course you know i call my wife and what is every wife say he goes well i told you should have done very early in the morning i love it that's the best talent zach me where you're intelligence now i told them want to rule is good first fly down is usually the best to avoid the speech i just got scary though you could be my wife very good on that she's right on the and then she goes i take a seven a m flight 'cause i know after that mandates you never know what's going to happen it gets crazy and then she doubled down on it later she goes you should come with me last night as saying all right i know i'm unaware reserve my fault all right well.

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"sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"And if you have something to say i would suggest you call us for the numbers on on the screen and i don't bar as mckay and big cheer for drew garoppolo drew the rebel we'll be back in the big chair tomorrow and he will be very impressed by the actual chair of the time i could say that share makes the difference that just sitting in it but if i mean this is a magical how much they said that chair cost five hundred and sixty three dollars while so shut after engineers who replaced the chair that they didn't even know was broken they say we just bitched about it never really tolan i think we just talked about it bits about a to each other talked about on air but we never actually told anybody who mattered and we know that because we're assume the engineers are listening to us yet but they're listening hot who hasn't i know my airbone right now get really oh yeah i got the bruno mars abbott magic 94 naga okay can i tell you got something obscene we're talking about race thaddeus back when i was on another show and i'm not gonna say which one because i've been on multiple shells wasn't one that i was a host of it was the show show that i was a member of i used to have a a splitter and i would have the show coming in my headphones in one ear and i'd have my attitudes and another year because i was board really and i just yeah would listen to music art audio books what would you still would you still in iraq still in iraq i still in ragged anybody know nobody in okay nobody i did for years you don't wanna say what share what i want to say i mean you could narrow it down what else guys got it but that taxi on your brain to listen to so many different things if i didn't i wouldn't be have to respond if if i if i.

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