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02:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Between the Bruins and blooms tonight. I'm Steve Podesta in the Bloomberg newsroom as carmakers deal with the race toward electric and self driving vehicles Chrysler wants to merge with Francis Renaud, the two companies have wrapped up talks Renault says it's board is studying the proposal with interest. The combined company would be split fifty fifty between shareholders of the two existing companies the new firm would have total annual sales of almost nine billion dollars. It would be the third biggest global car maker behind Volkswagen, and Toyota, General Motors would fall into fourth place. President Trump is sticking with a tough line on China trade saying the US isn't ready for a deal. Now he thinks there will be a deal some time into the future, but offers no specific timeframe or next steps, he also said tariffs on China could go up very substantially, and as city in Arkansas has filed for bankruptcy protection, the first time a US municipality has made that move since twenty fifteen Perla is. Peaking chapter nine protection in the US bankruptcy court for the western district of Arkansas, according to the petition the city listed its liabilities that between one hundred thousand and five hundred thousand dollars and assets between one million and ten million dollars. The city's lawyer Kyle Hafner declined to comment when reached by phone Perla had a population of about two hundred forty five people in twenty eighteen chugging global markets. The Dax in Germany ended up sixty points by the close while the CAC in Paris added twenty points, Japan's Nikkei closed up sixty five points and China's CSI three hundred added forty-three points or about one point two percent. Hong Kong's, Hang sing. However lost sixty six points Memorial Day in the US on a Bank holiday in the UK kept stock markets closed in both countries. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm. I'm Steve Potisk. This is Bloomberg..

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Duties on Chinese imports at twelve o one AM on Friday. It was a down day on Wall Street, stocks marched almost all the way back from selloff sparked by President Trump's threat to escalate the trade war investors, though, taking solace from news that China will still attend talks this week the S and P five hundred index dropped thirteen points down five tenths of one percent. The Dow down sixty eight down three tenths NASDAQ down forty down five tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg best with Jim bustling Baxter continues. Funda Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best. It's forty seven minutes past the hour. And now it's time for Bloomberg opinion amid an escalating conflict over sanctions with the US Iran's foreign minister has proposed an exchange of prisoners, the Trump administration should dismiss the suggestion out of hand. There's no equivalence between the Americans in Iran's prisons and the Iranians detained in the US the Iranians accused of violating sanctions have access to the processes of American law. The Americans in Iran are held on trumped up charges of espionage and have little legal recourse. The US has a longstanding policy of not negotiating for hostages. And with good reason. Among other things it encourages more hostage. Taking only when a comprehensive agreement with Iran can be reached could the US agree to a prisoner. Swap with some confidence that the Iranians would not simply. Grab more American hostages. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg editorial board for more Bloomberg opinion. Please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion, or Opie. I n go on the Bloomberg terminal. Thanks, charlie. Now, let's check in with the Bloomberg affiliates to find out what's happening on the nation's most influential radio stations. I'm Steve Podesta on KNX in Los Angeles. We're talking about avengers endgame passing two billion dollars box office in its second weekend. I'm horny Donohoe on KTAR h in.

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"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So if you were tempted to say that this group consists of people who are putting career and ego before principles that sort of undoes that argument. Yeah. And it's notable to point out that this is the first split in the labor party in more than three decades here. But what chance does this new independent group calling itself have of actually becoming a serious political force in the UK? I mean, it's a great question and the move in may yet Peter out because it does really need to take a few boxes before it could really has some staying power. It's gotta gained some critical mass. It's got to develop a consensus on policy and is sorely lacking. On heavyweight leadership. I mean, you mentioned three decades or so ago when there was the last official split in an official party. And then, you know, you really had there some former cabinet level politicians that could really gained some lead the way in game. Groundswell of support. And you don't really have that much at this point. I mean, but I was going to say is that you know, you've got this steady dip of defections, and it really is attracting a lot of attention the flow of funds from donors could yet. Come. But it's a really hard slog is reference point and British politics to keep this going. Yeah. And I've seen that this group is done. At least some outreach to conservatives to try to get them to join their movement as well. I mean. Does that have any traction? I mean, the conservatives are in power, you wouldn't be surprised to learn that, you know, the they kinda like it that way, but you know. You know, we've got the idea of a split over Brexit policy. Of course isn't impossible. But for that to happen. The lawmakers in question wouldn't have to agree just on Brexit. It would have to be a host of other issues as well. I mean, it would of course, be exciting. If these seven manager developed, the some of the momentum that Emmanuel Macron, March movement produced in France, but remember this two hundred and forty eight labor MP. So there's a long way to go fill. They nevertheless have an impact put and pushed Jeremy Corbyn to rethink de selection of 'em piece of criticizes leadership, and you know, if they can puncture this certainty that tribal loyalties are really all that matters in British politics, and that may be no bad thing. All right moving onto Daniel mosses piece on central banks putting domestic chores on the back burner. Lot of central banks around the world turning dovish. But Ma says view very few of them are seeing problems of their own making. I mean weaker economics. That's central banks have been sending concerns about have been chalked up to global headwinds cross-currents abroad. You know, other euphemisms which Riley boil down to concerns about China and Europe and low inflation is certainly aiding broader till toward easing. But it really isn't the cause of it. Because in recent years the pace of price increases has been well below target more often than above it for many central banks. So Maas asks why on earth sees this particular moment, and my says, it all comes down to the fed sort of as ever since the fed changes too late last month, the global sift has really gotten into full swing. It's interesting in this context to look at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's interstate decision last week, you know, the local economies, you know, at or near full capacity going along pretty well. But the are the Bank said that is in watch worry in weight bodes just because of the concerns about China and the softening Austrailia economy just quickly says the shift will be apparent in emerging markets. Yeah. I mean, if you've got heavy hitters such as the fed at ECB, potentially not even actually cutting rates this year, you nevertheless, concede potential loosening from. China. And India already cutting is the Reserve Bank of India jettison, that's tightening bias. So the question now is how many other central banks will follow their lead. Bloomberg opinion editor Jennifer, Ryan, thanks as always read more of these stories from Bloomberg opinion at Bloomberg dot com slash opinion, or Opie. I n go on the Bloomberg terminal. Karen? All right. Thank you. Nathan is five fifty three on Wall Street. It's time for the Bloomberg law report. Let's get to the legal stories. We're watching this morning. We're Steve Podesta in the Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington newsroom..

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"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On KRLD in Dallas Kleenex maker Kimberly-Clark reported quarterly results. It fell short of estimates on rising materials costs. I'm Steve Podesta on KYW in Philadelphia. We're taking a look at quarterly results from Comcast from Gina Cervetti and on WCTC. In minneapolis. I'm reporting the US Bancorp is offering low interest loans to help customers affected by the partial government shutdown. Thank you, Gino top business leaders at Davos continue to voice their concerns of a global economic slowdown. But Bank of America. Ceo Brian Moynihan remains bullish on the US economy earlier in Davos, moynahan explained to Bloomberg's John Farrow why he disagrees with some fed critics. I feel like the last week. I've listened and watched you basically town everyone that things aren't as bad as they think they are have you spent a lot of the last day doing the same thing here in Davos, not really you actually get a fair amount agreement that does take the United States to make it simple. The growth rate will come down here every year, but it'll still be relatively strong on a worldwide basis. Strong to last decade or so in the United States. So that's that's the basis slowdown is a tip over and all the debate goes on. But what we have we think about the way I think about this is two points. The first point is what our experts say the research team, we have it just one of the top in the world their view, the world grows three and a half and nineteen US grows a two and a half has down from three they think eighteen answer the second view. We have is what consumers do in nine states in particular. So about three trillion dollars of payments are made using debit credit cards checks written cash payment. It's up eight percent for eighteen over seventeen is still running at a strong pace in early January. But it's only a few weeks if the US consumers strong employed in making more money US economy has a pretty good position. And so we don't see we see a slowdown less growth rate. But we don't see what other people are saying. Now that we'll see what happens as you was struggling to draw distinction then between just to return to trend growth. The twenty thousand nine in America was above trend. And we're going back to something percent on GDP. That's the point. You got a long cycle. Very long cycle on the longest cycles. You've got you've got growth finally kicked up to high level when it's coming down a little bit higher level coming down a little bit in that neck makes people nervous will fight back out to the trend growth projection for for twenty is about as one nine one eight something like that. So it's it's back down below trend. That's the domestic story in America. They go those stories a little bit different. Because some weakness in China's of softness in Europe as well. I'm struggling to get my head around what the policy responsible bay on the continent in Europe or the policies phones, responsible. Look like in China as the year progresses as well. Have you identified what it will look like? And can you be as constructive as you want the American economy on the global economy to there's good news? There's a lot of places and some good news and some not so good news. But I think I think the China gross story that's been resilient for many years. There's discussion of slow down. It's clear the market sees every sees the government season is predicting it so yeah. But I think the question is how they handle sort of the in the financial services business and access to capital and loans and stuff. Today, overshoot or undershoot some of the reforms going on that's going to play out. But I think that they've got a. Resolve to continue to drive the growth in that country. And I think they have to just some of the policies, and they've already started doing that you're between Brexit in Europe. You just had a lot of uncertainty, and what what the common theme across all these is uncertainty. Whether it's because of the. Any factor. Do you political decisions whatever that also that is not the best friend of economic activity because if I'm thinking about investing on a two three five ten year pattern. I've gotta have some certainty policy procedure outcome. And so we worry about that in that outside.

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"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's forty eight minutes past the hour. And now, it's time for Bloomberg opinion. I'm Jonathan Bernstein. A columnist for Bloomberg opinion. Nancy Pelosi went on the offensive Wednesday by postponing Donald Trump state of the union speech. And even suggesting that Trump might want to just submitted in writing there's little question that the speaker knows how to negotiate and how to fight a larger point, however is just how topsy turvy this entire shutdown has been closing. The government has been Trump's idea from the beginning. Trouble is Trump and other Republicans who want the shutdown should also want it to be painful, and they should be emphasizing. How terrible the consequences are closed. Government can be instead Democrats are the ones constantly emphasizing the effects. Well, Trump and his ministry. Are downplaying them. But if they are correct, then why should Democrats feel any pressure? In other words, it's still hard to see how this ends well for the president. He should be looking for the least harmful escape path. But so far it's not even clear he realizes he's played himself into an impossible position. I'm Jonathan Bernstein for more opinion. Please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion, or Opie. I n go on the Bloomberg terminal. Thank you Jonathan. And now, let's check in with the Bloomberg affiliates to find out what's happening on the nation's most influential radio stations. I'm Courtney Donohoe on can't they be in Omaha. Shopco filed for bankruptcy becoming the latest victim of the retail. Apocalypse says merchants struggle with too much debt by made Corey KF vk in Sacramento, I'm reporting a group of activist shareholder proposing that Amazon stopped selling facial recognition software to government agencies. I'm Steve Podesta on KYW in Philadelphia. We're talking about the Philly fed index of regional business conditions. I'm Andrew O'day on WBZ in Boston. I'm talking about fresh disclosures by GE regarding its political donations. I'm Lisa guarantee on W w j in Detroit, I'm reporting Volkswagen Nissan and Honda say the death of the sedan has been exaggerated. Thanks, lisa..

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"All potential threats have been neutralized and there have been under control from the inception of this case. Authorities believe the suspect was acting alone will President Trump state of the union speech be delayed or cancelled Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says that the government is still closed on January twenty nine from the president is scheduled to give his state of the union speech here. The address should be delayed until government is back open. What is the state of the union? The government is closed because of President Trump house speaker Nancy Pelosi send a letter to the president suggesting rescheduling the speech or doing away with it altogether. She raises security concerns since the secret service and department of homeland security are impacted by the shutdown DHS secretary Kirsten Nielsen says agencies are fully prepared to support insecure. The state of the union Pelosi says the president can deliver his address in writing to congress on the twenty nine th or mega speech from the Oval Office. The partial government shutdown is now in its twenty seventh day a second migrant caravan is now formed in L, Sal. Vidor? This comes as a migrant caravan from Honduras that is welded nearly two thousand is inching closer to Mexico. The United States is committing billions of dollars toward development in Central America and Mexico as part of a plan to strengthen economies in the region and curb illegal immigration will as ISIS claiming responsibility for an attack in Syria that killed two American servicemembers Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said he hopes President Trump will look long and hard about pulling troops out of the country. Senator Lindsey Graham and noted defense hawk says, he's concerned about parallels between Iraq in Syria every American wants her troops to come home. But I think all of us want to make sure that when they do come on. We're safe during his speech at the State Department. Vice President Mike Pence stood by plans to withdraw two thousand troops. We're bringing our troops hall. The caliphate has crumbled, and ISIS has been defeated. The Trump administration has said the withdrawal will be orderly and effective. Spurs rallied from fifteen down after the first quarter. To beat the Mavericks one. Oh, five to one zero one in Dallas last night. Reserve Marco bell and L E led San Antonio is seventeen points. Rudy gay who has the previous four games with a wrist injury returned to the Spurs lineup with fourteen points of next the Spurs head to Minnesota to take on the timber wolves tomorrow night wanna find a job this is the month for it. But this time it might be artificial intelligence doing the hiring Steve Podesta from Bloomberg has today's focus report when it comes to searching for a new job January is a hot time as New Year's budgets go into effect allowing employers to hire but job applicants may not be aware. Their fates may lie in the hands of artificial intelligence organizations are turning to artificial intelligence as a way to help improve the objectivity in the recruiting process and reduce the time to fill. So that they get the right people into the organization to drive that overall corporate performance. Todd Bernard talent management group leader at high tech business services firm, C E B who says managers inundated with applications regret one out of every five hires. They make. What is doing is trying to identify those things that are statistically proven to drive business performance in that role. So it's evaluating everything within the resume everything within the application and looking for patterns that correspond with people who will be successful in that role. He says, hey, I can consider a lot more information and identify historical patterns a human recruiter might overlook. I'm Steve Potisk, Bloomberg business for NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w w news time five oh, six time to check on your money in the world of business with the.

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05:17 min | 2 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"General always good to talk to you hit especially as we follow. What? Now appears to be a abound market. It had been sliding for quite some time here. Now, we're back to a bit of a risk off feel what are you looking at this morning? Musky? I'm not looking at a market that doesn't really know which way to get going. To be quite a bit consensus coming on Christmas day. People discussing the idea that we just pull into Fawzi foster the equity market last night, the child on social media was was almost unanimously that we haven't seen yet. In other words, yesterday's dances, absurdly big. So I we're shopping around all over the place this morning for this big between now and on the start of next year probably bonds following equities and currencies following bombs. But I'll say is is that if we really putting a high in tenure real yields in the United States just above one percent if that's a high then maybe maybe I should have been by Mogo from my wife for Christmas. Maybe. Yeah. Listen all this madness. But I think it's pretty choppy markets, but gold looks good. Is it looks as if Chinese policy makers aiming for a very steady Chinese Yuan? I think that opens up the way for a week a dollar for a bit from. Yes, we are. Are seeing dollar weakness. Again, this morning is there some reason for hope as far as the ongoing trade dispute between the US and China now with these reports that talks are due to resume. I serious talks since the G twenty coming up in about a week and a half here. I look I guess the messages were getting from China look at this. Talks solving. The the the kind of the core of the problem. The President Trump wants to go off to major concessions or changes to descend inflexible property rights. I think that's just a that's a really difficult. That's a really difficult not crack, but. They can have talks that make progress that they can do a deal, which is what this is. You've got I guess, we'll wait and see. But the Mogae my multi mystic. Let's just put it that way that we can get these. We can avoid the next stage of tariffs being imposed. A you think they there's a good chance that new tariffs might not be imposed then by the end of February deadline. Yeah. I you could probably asked me this morning. I'm optimistic that that could be postponed a bit. I don't want to go and talking, but nobody wants to do that would harm the global under the US economy these further it's not in anyone's interests right now. But say, you know. Can shift around the fact she's before we're done. But I am feeling more optimistic this morning. Yeah. I wonder whether it's easy the game. Whether we might see a deal more quickly between the US and China, and between Democrats and President Trump in terms of the budget dispute over border funds. Yeah. That looks like not follow. Again, if we follow the president's social media comments. He certainly looks like he's ready to biggest heels in on on on funding for his wall. So that'll be harder to get for. Let me come back from after the holidays probably with my back in the new year. This is still dragging on. We're going to be a much more serious compensation for everybody about what this does to an economy. Well, already that concerns, you know, so far concerns that it's going to slow, but the US economy sounds so no signs of having slowed went into Christmas in great shape. But. It's not very healthy the market. It's not very healthy. Long-drawn-out government shutdown really really really really wouldn't help. Even though it's a partial government shutdown in our last thirty seconds here. Depends. How far it goes? But if he goes on for a long time, and it gets worse, and it gets pushed further than than it will not help have to leave it there for now. Always appreciate your insights. That's kit. Jukes he's the he is a global fixed income strategist at Societa Generale. Karen? All right. Nathan, thank you. It is five fifty three on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg law report. Let's get to the legal stories where watching this morning Steve Podesta in the Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington newsroom. Chicago, we'll begin collecting a tax on cigars chewing tobacco and roll your own tobacco quote as quickly as possible after a state appeals court ended two years of legal limbo and upheld the tax in a lawsuit. The Ohio State troopers association international union of police associations and five officers alleged defects and bulletproof vests made by pointblank enterprises are life threatening and the FDA will continue to review potentially risky imported medical products during the partial government shutdown Bloomberg law. Everything you need on one legal research platform guidance analysis and Bloomberg market intelligence. Find out more at bloomberglaw dot com. All right. Thanks, steve. Now in.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a Bloomberg market minute. The rolling appetite for delivery of things ordered online could be the single biggest driver of autonomous vehicle proliferation at Thomas delivery is going to be a massive market. Gary Silbert head of automotive at consulting firm KPMG you today are probably pushing the button to get Amazon prime and things are being delivered. You just wait and tell us practically free. This market is going to be map that we're only in the very beginning. Can only imagine how big it's going to be KPMG imagines one million self driving vehicles on the road in the next twenty one years compare that to the one million buses three hundred thousand taxis currently on US roads Silverberg says a big reason so many vehicles will be needed the rise in demand for one hour delivery, of course, KPMG estimates that will mean as people wait for goods to come to them personal shopping trips could be cut in half. Taking a lot of passenger vehicles off the road Steve Podesta. Bloomberg radio. Dr Andrew Pechora is chief innovation officer at Hackensack. Meridian health one of the largest teaching and research hospitals in the nation. He's also a world class on colleges working with research. Universities, like, New Jersey institute of technology to revolutionize healthcare. The cross fertilization between academic institutions like NJIT and the life. Science industry is essential. The convergence of science as we sit. Here today is the most exciting and dynamic. It's been in the history of man, we're on the verge of quantum computing nanotechnology is real and is evolving very rapidly. So we can build scaffolding and structures one atom at a time genomic editing in stem cell science is are all parallel tracks that are converged together and change what we understand to be managed. We can now Jeanette it sells and make us if you didn't have a disease NJIT, New Jersey institute of technology. Learn more at storiesofinnovation dot NJIT. T dot.

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Hundred w yesterday bear county broke the record for early voting in a midterm election. And there are three days of early voting laugh just under thirty one thousand people cast ballots, Tuesday, pushing the total to over two hundred and fifty thousand that means nearly twenty five percent of all registered voters and bear county have already cast ballots. The special counsel office is investigating claims that women are being offered money to make false accusations against Robert Muller Muller's team is investigating Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, including any alleged collusion with the Trump campaign. It's also looking into allegations of obstruction of Justice by the Trump administration women are claiming they were offered up to twenty thousand dollars to make false claims against molar GPS is urging people to be safe while they're out celebrating Halloween that includes drivers slowing down for trick or treaters and to be prepared for kids to dart out into the street. And here's a chilling statistic. Children are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car. And killed on Halloween than any other day of the year. And not all costumes are a good idea. Three time Olympic gold medalist Shaun white is in damage control mode after wearing what the special Olympic says as an offensive Halloween costume. Why posted a picture of himself dressed as simple Jack a character who has a disability from the two thousand eight film tropic thunder. He called the decision to wear the costume a poor choice. Adding he owes everyone in the Special Olympics community an apology white also call the costume a last minute decision all the hiring rushes on at retailers here. Steve Podesta from Bloomberg. With today's in focus report the help wanted sign is going up at retailers across the country as stores prepare for what is expected to be a strong holiday shopping season. But the same strong economy, encouraging shoppers to spend could make a tough for retailers to recruit enough good workers and have the effect of discouraging shoppers if you are not able to find enough talent or the right talent that can really be a drag not only on your brick and mortar business, but on your ability to go to Amazon. Bloomberg columnist, Sarah halzack cases, the store workforce. Now is the online workforce I chain like Kohl's. They fulfil forty percent of their online orders from source to attract.

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04:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Twelve hundred w well yesterday bear county broke the record for early voting in a midterm election. And there are three days of early voting left. Just under thirty one thousand people cast ballots on Tuesday, pushing the total to over two hundred and fifty thousand that means nearly twenty five percent of all registered voters. Embarrassed county have already cast their ballots. That's not counting the mail and vote the final three days of early voting, and of course, election day next Tuesday, opponents of those firefighter union charter amendments say they have more evidence of bad faith by the union supporters. Say it demonstrates that. The city leaders are desperate to cling to power more secretly recorded tapes of union, boss. Chris Steele made by concerned union member have been released by the just vote no committee despite saying the amendments meant to give power to the people seal says the goal is to pressure. The mayor to give the union a sweetheart contract. Hello. The mayor says the tapes and more evidence steel as the enemy firefighters and citizens and only wants to serve his desire to cause chaos in a city, he despises carry long key News Radio twelve hundred w O a couple in their seventies is hospitalized in critical condition after they tried to walk across downtown street. And we're both hit by an SUV. It happened at Flora's and dela Rosa right in front of the Justice center and a block from San Fernando cathedral. Police the couple was crossing despite a don't walk sign. The driver did not see them and is not expected to face charges legal scholars say, there's no way the president by himself can end birthright citizenship with a migrant caravan looming. President Trump this week announcing his intention to use executive order to change the law. So people who are born here are not necessarily a US citizen at Saint Mary's school of law constitutional law. Professor Al Kaufman says he cannot do that. There's no way that an executive order can reverse within the constitution says the. Only way to change. The constitution is to convince congress to pass a proposal and then three quarters of the states need to agree in this political climate. He says that's highly unlikely Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w Meanwhile, Republican house speaker Paul Ryan is rejecting the president's claim saying the fourteenth amendment to the constitution is clear. The Ryan says he agrees with Trump on the route issue of going after unchecked legal immigration, the special counsel office is investigating claims that women are being offered money to make false accusations against Robert Muller Muller team is investigating Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, including any alleged collusion with the Trump campaign. It's also looking into allegations of obstruction of Justice by the Trump administration women are claiming they were offered up to twenty thousand dollars to make false claims against molar. The DP is urging people to be safe while they're out celebrating Halloween this evening that includes drivers slowing down for trick or treaters and to be prepared for kids to dart out into the street, and he. Here's a chilling statistic. Children are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed on Halloween than any other day of the year. All the San Antonio Spurs are going to be retiring module. Nobody's number the number. Twenty jersey will be raised to the rafters on March twenty eighth after the Spurs host the Cleveland Cavaliers to nobly will be the ninth Spurs player to have his jersey retired. He ended his NBA career over the summer after sixteen seasons. All with San Antonio. And the San Antonio Spurs are in Phoenix tonight to take on this sons the hiring Russia's on at retailers here. Steve Podesta from Bloomberg. With our in focus report the help wanted sign is going up at retailers across the country as stores prepare for what is expected to be a strong holiday shopping season. But the same strong economy, encouraging shoppers to spend could make a tough for retailers to recruit enough good workers and have the effect of discouraging shoppers if you are not able to find enough talent or the right talent that can really be a drag not only on your brick and mortar business, but on your ability to. Toe-to-toe with Amazon columnist, Sarah halzack, and a lot of cases the store workforce. Now is the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm Andrew O'day on ten ten wins in New York. We're talking about the FBI investigation of foreign exchange pricing practices in American Express. I'm Larry kofsky and on Bloomberg ninety nine one in Washington. I'm reporting on the south hotel properties turning its back on Blackstone group takeover by pebble. Steve Podesta on KYW in Philadelphia. Reporting on a comeback for bankrupt department store chain bond, Tom. And for kogo in San Diego. I'm recording the water quality control board has even international agency for releasing untreated waste into the river flowing into Pacific. Thanks patrice. And now we're going to wrap up a conversation between Carlisle group co founder, David Rubenstein and World Bank. President Jim Yong Kim. Here's I discussed the role of the World Bank. And why the seventy three year old organization is still relevant today. Let's talk about the World Bank. Right. So we have one hundred and eighty nine member countries, and we were founded actually before the end of World War Two. They wanted to stabilize currency exchange rates after the war. But they also wanted an organization that would help to rebuild Europe. Then of course, the Marshall plan came soon after that, and we expanded where does it actually get its money where does the money come from how much money new app? You know, we have a total portfolio almost four hundred billion dollars. That means loans. Equity investments that we that. We have right now. And so the great. Innovation of the World Bank. Was that countries gave us capital? So there's paid-in capital. We have a very very good credit rating. So we are credit rating AAA, but it's probably one of the strongest triple as in the world on what we've been able to do is whatever equity we have we use it to go to the capital markets, and then borrow at a very low rate and pass that on to client countries. What's the difference between the World Bank and the and the International Monetary Fund? The what does come in in a situation where countries are in trouble gives them a short term infusion that is paid back in a relatively short period of time, and it's really cash related to policy changes. We actually do things like help countries. Build roads, we.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tick tock on Twitter powered By more, than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries anchor. NC now with our other top stories I'm amateur Andrea, FRANZ KLM fell today one of, the carriers unions is threatened to renew strikes following the appointment of a new CEO. FRANZ named account into, chief operating. Officer Ben Smith's to be its new chief he's the first non-french national to run the company Deere and company the world's largest tractor manufacturer posted lower than expected quarterly earnings. As cost precious continue more material and phrase the. Company says replacement demand for large agriculture liquid is driving. Sales but, analysts news if the trade disputes with. China continues it could hurt business there are more developments following that fatal bridge collapse initially we get an update from Bloomberg. Steve Potisk Atlanta the company whose tollroad license includes the bridges in talks to pay a fine to the Italian government reportedly as much as five hundred seventy, million dollars atlantia also would have to rebuild the bridge and replace apartment buildings That were under the span Bloomberg has been reporting that fines are one option being way by the Italian government to penalize the Italian company without taking. Away, it's Rhode contract the government, is divided, on, the, matter Steve Podesta. Bloomberg radio on the energy front oil is headed it's longest run of weekly declines three years crude prices have been dragged down by. A slump in emerging markets rising supplies. I'm concerns over u. s. China trade Bob Lia Tino is with. Path trading partners we've got an increase in rigs all of the rigs, are, less productive than they've been. That still more, crude oil in the market seasonality usually turns right, around late August. To mid September we're starting that turn, a little early and. Then you've got refinery turnaround coming on and the. Restrictions, of pipeline from the shell regions, is going to. Cause a pile up of inventories so I'm definitely a bear short-term the crew rally is over US crude inventories expanded last week by the most this year while OPEC raise output in July consumer sentiment in the US Into the lowest level in. Almost a year and university of Michigan report show there are persistent concerns about trade tensions plus American showed abroad drop in confidence. About major purchases. This Saturday is the most popular wedding. Day of the year the not reports almost thirty thousand couples. Is set to marry temple guests, spending will. Reach an estimated one billion dollars on gift including loss of couples. Chose it. Because it's a pal Andrew the same forward and backward eight one eight one eight. Coming up the navy's eleven billion. Dollar carrier is falling short and reducing labor costs amateur Andrea this is Bloomberg when you talk you. Can measure the.

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Oil expert sees oil heading higher after a volatile week for crude

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Oil expert sees oil heading higher after a volatile week for crude

"On the energy front oil is headed it's longest run of weekly declines three years crude prices have been dragged down by. A slump in emerging markets rising supplies. I'm concerns over u. s. China trade Bob Lia Tino is with. Path trading partners we've got an increase in rigs all of the rigs, are, less productive than they've been. That still more, crude oil in the market seasonality usually turns right, around late August. To mid September we're starting that turn, a little early and. Then you've got refinery turnaround coming on and the. Restrictions, of pipeline from the shell regions, is going to. Cause a pile up of inventories so I'm definitely a bear short-term the crew rally is over US crude inventories expanded last week by the most this year while OPEC raise output in

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"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kind of, a mini trial the jurors. In order to convict we'll need to agree unanimously all twelve, of them on each count defense attorneys blamed subordinates for manafort's problems Olympic gold medal winning gymnasts Kyla Ross in Madison Ocean say they are among the sex abuse victims. Of disgraced former USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar global news twenty, four hours a day on air and. That tick tock on Twitter powered by more. Than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts. In more than one hundred, twenty countries I'm Nancy Lyons thanks Nancy now with our other top stories. I'm amateur Andrea things looking pretty grim at JC. Penney the department store chain is forecasting an unexpected, loss for the full year as, it cuts sales outlook that news comes as JC Penney missed estimates. On comparible, stool sales in the last. Quarter as it heavily discounted merchandise to clear inventory By known in the US is says it can now start integrating Monsanto after completing the required. Sale of. Some of its science business began update from Bloomberg Steve Potisk. Buyer became Monsanto's. Sole owner in June but had to hold off on integrating Monsanto while it, completed divestments demanded by regulators, its acquisition of Monsanto. Cost some. Sixty three billion dollars including debt, in a statement today by our said now that it, is no longer required, to keep the businesses, separate it can become actively involved in, defense efforts and legal disputes those include cases involving Monsanto's popular roundup weed killer last week a jury in San Francisco awarded two. Hundred eighty nine. Million dollars. In, damages to a dying man, who claims roundup gave. Him cancer Steve Podesta Bloomberg radio Kroger will begin testing grocery deliveries using driverless cars outside of Phoenix the biggest US grocery, chains in. The project will begin today to fry supermarket which is owned by Kroger a fleet of driverless Toyota Prius cars will be used for The deliveries Private equity giant plans to stay private. Billionaire co-founders, Jim, cooled Aaron David Bonderman have flooded with the idea of selling shares to. The, public now TV has decided to remain an old. School.

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"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To say. That they never heard the president you certain, words Never tell us they have. Concerns about it Later on tonight's. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway tweeting this, morning the president praised his chief of staff John. Kelly for firing maroshek calling her that dog Nebraska has carried out its first execution in more than twenty years using a combination of four drugs that had never, been used before in a. US capital punishment, including the powerful opioid Fenton all global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Analysts in more. Than one. Hundred twenty countries this is Bloomberg, thanks Nathan now with our other top stories I'm Julie Hyman Google's parent company alphabet is putting three hundred seventy five million dollars into ObamaCare startup Oscar Health Oscar. Plans to use the money to help fuel it's entrance into the lucrative market, for privately administered. Health insurance plans for seniors known as Medicare Advantage depot is offering more evidence. That the US housing market. Is still strong we get. Details from Bloomberg's Steve Podesta Ask. The home improvement chain is roaring back from a slow start to. The year topping all, expectations and raising its revenue. And profit projections for the year the, Atlanta company's second quarter profit, hit three point five. Billion dollars or three dollars five cents per share that's a much bigger per-share profit than what Wall Street was looking for revenue of thirty billion dollars edged out, expectations as well Home Depot. Raised full year, earnings expectations after miserable weather cut into its business during the first quarter Home Depot and its smaller rival lows are often seen as proxies for the health of the. Housing sector because. Property owners. Spend more on their homes when, they believe values arising Steve Potisk Bloomberg radio billionaire investor Carl Icahn has given up his fight to stop cygnus fifty four billion dollar acquisition of Express Scripts to. Prominent shareholder advisory firms have come out in favor of the deal icon had, called it a. Travesty saying that signal was overpaying for the pharmacy benefits manager it's getting more. Expensive for retailers like WalMart, to stock Their shelves with household, Staples like diapers paper towels and bottled water the question now is whether. That translates into more pain at, the checkout line, Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger has that story, soaring costs for transportation. And raw materials some related to tariffs have prompted Procter and.

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"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Company the world's biggest, machinery is proving resilient to a global trade war that's disrupting other manufacturers from Alcoa General, Motors we, get details from Bloomberg's Steve Potisk Caterpillar beat earnings estimates and raised annual profit expectations as demand for its iconic yellow diggers and dump. Trucks helped to boost second quarter sales by twenty four percent Caterpillar is benefiting as expansions and construction and mining gain pace, the, outlook, will help reassure investors rattled by the worst first-half, to a year for a shares. Since two thousand A nine the company flag concerns about trade even as it razed estimates and said. It would boost. Prices to. Offset, as much as two hundred, million dollars in costs brought. On by tariffs Steve Podesta Bloomberg radio UBS decided its wealth management offices here in Manhattan needed a makeover so the Swiss Bank has hired we work a trendy operator of shared offices we works redesign includes, juice bar a meditation room. And a lot more greenery terms of the deals were. Not disclosed but it's the biggest ever for we works powered by we design service BMW's trying to, offset the. Costs of higher tariffs triggered, by China's trade war with the US the German automakers raising the prices of some mid, size sport, utility vehicles in China by up to seven percent speaking of China stock slumped today the benchmark Shanghai composite is now down eighteen percent. Since January high still emerging market investor Mark mobias tells Bloomberg that he expects Chinese equities to fall even further In the case of China you've got a number of problems first of all, dead that, is a big problem for companies, in China number two you've got the, situation with these stocks there's going to be a real problem because it's such a big part of the, index and. The third thing I think is the trade war of course that's going to. Be affecting the number of companies, and the psychological effect will be even greater. Co-founder of movies, capital partners author, tells us he's, keeping an eye on the lawn and that Beijing will likely be, tempted to use the currency as a weapon in its trade war with the US I'm happy little this is Bloomberg when you talk business.

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"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The us is willing to drop sanctions against the russian aluminum company roussel but that would happen only if billionaire oleg dera pasta gives up control the us imposed the sanctions on roussell because of dera pastas ties to russian president vladimir putin the demise of toys r us took a toll on hasbro bloomberg steve podesta gives us details the world's largest publicly traded toy maker posted worsethanexpected results for the first quarter hasbro lost one hundred twelve million dollars versus a profit a year ago hasbro posted declining sales and all business areas in north america sales sank nineteen percent revenue dropped even more in europe with the decline of twenty eight percent the liquidation also generated expenses of sixty one point four million dollars the toymaker called the toys r us collapse a quote near term disruption the retailer one of hasbro's largest customers filed for bankruptcy in september had a terrible fourth quarter and then announced the liquidation of several divisions including the us st steve potisk bloomberg radio firstquarter profit rose fifteen percent at royal philips matching estimates the healthcare manufacturer sold more diagnostic medical scanners phillips has pledged to boost sales and profit margins after refocusing its business the newly combined wealth management unit at swiss bank ubs didn't get off to a good start the business posted firstquarter earnings that missed estimates that overshadowed a star performance at ubs investment bank ubs ceo sergio ermotti spoke to bloomberg cut the beavers in in the first quarter of clients clients activity an exuberant january well beyond what you would describe the normal seasonal factors and followed by much more muted phoebe t levels in february and march which was similar to what we saw two thousand seventeen the hedge fund run by billionaire paul singer has taken a stake in.

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"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"steve podesta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Diamond claims the us has legitimate grievances with china on trade but anything that starts to resemble a trade war he says we'll pour risk and uncertainty into the global economic system ed corry bloomberg radio blackrock will offer to exchange traded funds that will not invest in gun makers the move follows the florida high school shooting in february in march blackrock disgust steps that gun makers and retailers are taking on safe and responsible use of weapons the money manager is also starting gun free strategies for some 401k and pension plans specifies direct listing was less successful than anticipated bloomberg's steve potisk has details fewer spotify technology holders sold shares in the companies direct listing tuesday then expected by advisers potentially contributing to an initial shortage that drove the price up that's according to people familiar with the matter spotify stock opened at one hundred sixty five dollars ninety cents and climbed as high as one hundred sixty nine dollars a few minutes later just five point six million shares changed hands at the opening price or five percent of the total number potentially available to trade according to data compiled by bloomberg about thirty and a half million shares were traded before the stock closed ten percent below its opening price the slide continued on wednesday steve podesta bloombergradio yale endowment says it welcomes quote all inquiries in its search for money managers according to the university's annual report unconventional managers rank among the longest lasting and most rewarding partnerships almost half of new managers in the past decade were found through existing managers alumni and industry professionals coming up the drive to the close i'm joel snyder this is bloomberg a commercial message from the chartered looking for uncommon talent meet the grads of life they're not the typical candidates you're used to but they're exactly who your company needs an ideal fit for entry level positions internships and even mentorships go to gradsoflife dot org to learn more brought to you by the ad council.

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BlackRock unveils line of gun-free investment products

02:02 min | 3 years ago

BlackRock unveils line of gun-free investment products

"Diamond claims the us has legitimate grievances with china on trade but anything that starts to resemble a trade war he says we'll pour risk and uncertainty into the global economic system ed corry bloomberg radio blackrock will offer to exchange traded funds that will not invest in gun makers the move follows the florida high school shooting in february in march blackrock disgust steps that gun makers and retailers are taking on safe and responsible use of weapons the money manager is also starting gun free strategies for some 401k and pension plans specifies direct listing was less successful than anticipated bloomberg's steve potisk has details fewer spotify technology holders sold shares in the companies direct listing tuesday then expected by advisers potentially contributing to an initial shortage that drove the price up that's according to people familiar with the matter spotify stock opened at one hundred sixty five dollars ninety cents and climbed as high as one hundred sixty nine dollars a few minutes later just five point six million shares changed hands at the opening price or five percent of the total number potentially available to trade according to data compiled by bloomberg about thirty and a half million shares were traded before the stock closed ten percent below its opening price the slide continued on wednesday steve podesta bloombergradio yale endowment says it welcomes quote all inquiries in its search for money managers according to the university's annual report unconventional managers rank among the longest lasting and most rewarding partnerships almost half of new managers in the past decade were found through existing managers alumni and industry professionals coming up the drive to the close i'm joel snyder this is bloomberg a commercial message from the chartered looking for uncommon talent meet the grads of life they're not the typical candidates you're used to but they're exactly who your company needs an ideal fit for entry level positions internships and even mentorships go to gradsoflife dot org to learn more brought to you by the ad council.

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