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"sydney airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:52 min | 3 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For Australia 660,000 people employed in our tourism industry Obviously it's been a very difficult two years but it's party central out here at Sydney airport as we're very open fully to the rest of the world and it's great news and it's great to see the excitement And Australia's tourism sector employed about 5% of the nation's workforce and contributed 3% to the economy prior to the pandemic Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts symbol then 120 countries and the this is Bloomberg Caroline thanks so much langues with our top news stories Well let's stick to Ukraine The White House has said the president Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin have accepted the principle of a summit on the condition that Russia doesn't invade Ukraine Now joining us now is Bloomberg's chief correspondent for rates Garfield Reynolds because I want to look at the market impact of this decision Really markets have been whipsawed by the idea of military action How much relief though is there really a market on this summit idea As you know that the equity futures have surged back up when it comes to the U.S. and Europe But they had taken on a lot of the pain from what was seen as a serious deterioration in the outlook Late last week after Asian market had mostly closed So Asian markets as you had sort of played catch up and then a bit more because the most recent news we had before trading started was that the Russia Belarus exercises were going to be extended past their originally planned end period So there was a lot of concern There's been some pullback but you understandably perhaps investors are very cautious because of that website and because every bit of good news apparently good news is tended to be followed by some bad news We had the reports that Russian troops were put some Russian troops were pointing back to their bases that then ended up being contradicted by the U.S. and others So there's a lot of conditionality about what's being planned and perhaps a sense that investors want to wait until a summit does take place and that it does lead to a sustained calling of tensions because tensions have gone far beyond I think what most investors have priced in was actually likely Okay the other big point then for markets of course is the continuing focus on the fed we've got fed official Michelle Bowman speaking today after a flurry of speakers on Friday who backed raising interest rates in March But the message still seems to be a steady rise in U.S. rates Is that a fair assessment Garfield Yeah very much so And that's one of the things that makes actually interpreting along with the fact that it's a U.S. holiday One of the things that makes it a little bit difficult to interpret exactly what bonds are trying to tell us about how the Ukraine situation is that there obviously is some heat that's come out of the sell off in bonds globally because fair speakers and others have been expressing more of this softly softly approach Yes they want to get rates up with a fair bit of vim to something more like normal but they don't want to overdo it They're worried about repeating some of the mistakes of the past I also thought it was very significant over the weekend There is a bank of Australia governor was emphasizing the point that there could be a lot of danger in raising rates rapidly because during the pandemic partly because of monetary and fiscal easing a lot of borrowing went on especially by households So the impact of higher rates could be a lot stronger than had previously been the case So that's another reason for central bankers to be a bit more cautious than they might otherwise been provided inflation lets them be cautious Yeah absolutely Garfield thanks so much for being with me guff Reynolds there For real-time market commentary and analysis check out markets live ML IV on your Bloomberg terminal so the continued fed conversation Right once again some more details then on the summit reportedly agreed to in principle by President Biden and Putin and bring in Bloomberg's managing editor Tory Clark this morning Tori thanks for being with us How has the idea of a U.S. Russia summit come about How concrete a step is it Good morning What we understand is from the French presidential office that Macron had opened with the 5 and there was an agreement in principle The U.S. has said of course that it's very conditional as long as Russia hasn't made further steps towards the potential invasion Russia continues to say it doesn't plan to invade The Kremlin hasn't yet confirmed whether there will be a summit between the president Okay so the U.S. and Europe pretty wary then around the troop build up The U.S. also warned that other cities other than just Kyiv could be targeted So that was quite significant statement also wasn't it Yes indeed the U.S. is saying that potentially Ukraine's biggest ports could be targeted That would cut off Ukraine 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"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

02:58 min | 6 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Which have already risen. Now sean. it feels like we've talked about this on many occasions in recent months but businesses getting really frustrated about what's happening with borderie openings. I sure are in fair enough to qantas chief executive elon joyce on fraud. I call the consistency between the reopening planes of sites and territories saying erratic testing and quarantine mandates for travelers would frustrate the code nineteen recovery. At least in terms of traveling he was speaking at quantities. Gm and he said h time borders closed over the past eighteen months. Different states have different rules. What is really worried about is at the same thing is happening as tights reopened. He really has appointing that site. Bora openings and closings is a hodgepodge of decision. Making at the moment victoria new south wales are open to each other and fully vaccinated international arrivals queensland says it until vaccination rights hit ninety percent. It will need a negative covered. Nineteen tests taken street is before entry from all travellers and that doesn't matter way coming from internationally or locally whistle australia on friday announced it would reopen to the rest of the country once not percent of its eligible population was vaccinated. That one happened until twenty. Twenty two on a fully vaccinated paper will be leading and thou still have to submit to pray departure and post arrival tasting. It is amiss. It is though i do think the term hodgepodge should be used a lot more. Thank you for bringing that one interfere in grade this morning. You're welcome now. What case numbers like over the weekend. This still fairly well contained there are two hundred and forty four new cases in new south wales yesterday in one death. Almost ninety percent of the state is now fully vaccinated and this further easing restrictions from today. Businesses can move to one person per to square meter all that we know limits on the number of people aladdin himes or outdoor gatherings and a bunch of other things of course if you're not vaccinated you can't take advantage of the changes victoria yesterday announced a one hundred and fifty dollar voucher for dawn as in central mobile ho- kick start the economy. The state recorded one thousand one hundred seventy three new cases yesterday and nine deaths say reported thirteen cases. It has a vaccination rate of other ninety four percent extraordinary. They're also protests in new south. Wales in victoria about the vaccination rules. Nothing what what we saw. A couple of months ago feels like things assigned to settle down a little bit. Now now sean. It's been about a week. I think since the last multibillion dollar takeover bid which in twenty twenty one is a very long time sure his thought there was another one on. Friday yes kalle. Asia partners made a two point. Eight billion dollars bid for link group the superannuation administrator. It's the second bid. Collar has made and is valued at five dollars city shape the bid at last year in conjunction with pacific equity. Potus was actually more than that. It was five dollars fortyish and that one was not back notwithstanding these one islam. It's a twenty five percent premium to thursday's closing price of link crew this two parts to the link business. I forty two point. Eight percent stake in electronic convincing business. Picks and the second part is the rest of the administration operations. Now link has been a really poor performance particularly since set. I bid but a share price jump of more than night and a half cent on fraud. I took it to four dollars seventy now. That's still well. Below the offer price which suggests that many shareholders dining the board will accept. The board said. It was considering the offer..

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

05:38 min | 6 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Business. Podcast that sets you up for a successful day. I'm michael thompson. In good morning shawn alma morning. Michael global shamma cats are on ted or the local boss still has some way to catch up. That's how mine story. Also this morning. The reserve bank opposites full costs for the local economy businesses get frustrated with boorda closures and a two point. Eight billion dollar bid for link group. Then stay listening for shawn's chat to hugh sylvie smith from leiria capital about investing in overseas stocks. But first sean. Us and european shamrock. It's a hitting record levels but the snp asx two hundred still remains below. Its paik backing. Meet august why exactly are global markets doing so. Well the moment you're right. Michael developed markets are certainly on a tape. And that really matters if you have superannuation which we all do because his more super money invested in overseas equities than local equities strong global markets should make a difference to your sip recount. Even if you're an individual investor you should be looking at overseas funds to diversify. That's why we k now on wall street the s and p five hundred finished last week haya making it five positive weeks in a row. That's the longest streak since the middle of last year. The tech heavy nasdaq rice for the tenth strike. By the dow jones industrial average also ended higher. All three major indices ended the week at record squat incredible london's footsie one hundred finished at a twenty one month high of the weekend driven by gains in energy stocks in that reflects the higher oil prices were saying the german market is at a record level. The french market is at a record level. Talent stocks are at thirteen year highs now hoping. Us and european stocks has been a strong earning season across by regions and central bank commentary from the federal reserve in the us. The european central bank and the bank of england that have been somewhat less enthusiastic about lifting rights than many marketwatch's had expected okay so then if us and european markets are soaring. Why then is the ozzy market. Still a couple of percent below its peak. What's really struggled to make headway. Uncertainty over coburn is big part of that coveted lockdowns supply constraints fees of hiring put costs of all white on the market and remember the local reopening in new south. Loyalty icy tain. Victorian is really a couple of months behind europe in the us but there was some positive action at the end of last week. That's the good news is six two hundred zero point. Four percent on. Friday to finish at seven thousand four hundred fifty seven points capping a pretty good five sessions with. The boss ended almost two percent higher than where it started. It broke out of that ryan chiding. It had baning expectations of higher. interest rates. hoped the banks. That's with the notable exception that respected dreadfully last week but when the local banks to will the i six tends to do well. I thi- expectations because the reserve bank of australia has been less enthusiastic than many market economists. About the bounce back in the local economy. Although on friday it did up its economic forecasts okay. I'm going to ask you to do the impossible and try and predict where we're heading. What is next for global markets. That is impossible very good question. It's really interesting to note that european markets along with a uk boys a relatively cheap compared to the us. Market wall street is dominated by the big tech stocks nowadays. We're talking about microsoft facebook. I met her apple amazon. Knit fixed alphabet that those takes talks really dictate returns in the us among investors..

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"sydney airport" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:03 min | 7 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on WBUR

"High season which starts next month And what about the public opinion is there a lot of support for this Well it kind of depends you talk to I think people here are actually quite nervous about what the Reed tourists back will mean for COVID numbers But those in the tourist industry are absolutely desperate and we don't even know the number of jobs that have been lost We know millions of jobs have effectively ceased and people have had to go and find alternative incomes and they really are absolutely desperate The government's been borrowing massively both last year and this year to try to provide subsidies but there's only so far they can go with that So that mixed feelings but I think a recognition that they have to start somewhere and today is the start Jonathan thank you Jonathan head there in Thailand Well when the coronavirus pandemic started Australia was one of the first countries to close its international borders While this kept the number of deaths low the strict travel restrictions left thousands of Australians effectively stranded abroad as they were unable to get flights back home and quarantine in a hotel for two weeks on arrival Now for the first time in more than 18 months fully vaccinated Australians have been allowed to reenter the country without having to quarantine While I'm joined now by a Sydney correspondent I'm a kalil So I'm at you've been at Sydney airport describe the atmosphere there I still am Jeanette I am sitting next to one of the arrival gates at city international airport and I must tell you it's been a very very emotional day here at the airport So many hugs and embraces and and of course tearful reunions and big big welcome home signs and lots of flowers This is a day that so many families have been waiting months and months for as fully vaccinated Australians were able to fly home from overseas quarantine free for the first time For nearly two years I've been speaking to some of them and this is what they had to say So happy to be coming home to my.

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"sydney airport" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on WBUR

"Industrial levels But they didn't spell out what that would actually involve Even Antonio Guterres the United Nations secretary general struggled to sound optimistic he left Rome for Glasgow he said with his hopes unfulfilled but not buried The Algerian president Abdul majid taboo has ordered the state energy company to stop exporting gas through a pipeline that crosses neighboring Morocco because of a dispute between the two countries The pipeline supplies more than half of Spain's gas as well as much of Morocco's Australia has allowed the resumption of international air travel without the need for quarantine for the first time in more than 18 months Australia imposed some of the world's toughest COVID travel restrictions last year from Sydney his shimmer Khalil In a very emotional day here at Sydney airport at one of the arrival gates and we're just looking at families now arriving This is one of the flights People are just making their way back Some people have said that after waiting for such a long time it doesn't seem to feel real People have arrived here to embrace this to cheers And of course tearful reunions fully vaccinated Australians and Australian residents have now been able to come home from overseas quarantine free for the first time in nearly two years You're listening to the world news from the BBC Ethiopia's prime minister Abby Ahmed has urged his supporters to use any weapons they have to stop an advance by tigrayan rebel forces He issued the appeal on Facebook after the rebels said they'd made further territorial gains in the amhara region taking them closer to the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa Japan's main stock index the nicaea rose by more than 2% in early trading on Monday After the governing liberal Democratic Party held on to power in a general election The pole was considered a test for the new prime minister fumio kushida who won the LDP leadership contest in September The party lost some seats but performed better than predicted The LDP has held power almost continuously for more than 6 decades 9 firefighters training inside a cave in Brazil have died after the roof collapsed They were part of a larger group of almost 30 taking part in the exercise in São Paulo state The remote cave isn't accessible to vehicles or heavy machinery The publishers of the Oxford English dictionary in Britain have chosen the word vax as their 2021 word of the year The lexicographers pick an annual expression which they consider reflects current preoccupations more details from Elizabeth Needham Bennett The word vaccine is first recorded in English in 1799 Words related to it have spiked in frequency this year with a surge in the use of vax as well as double axed unvexed and anti vaxxer Oxford languages and Collins each decide their own word of the year Last year Collins chose.

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Super prime minister scott morrison said one million doses of the maduna vaccine will arrive from europe this week and he urged all australians to get vaccinated is coming came as fiddle tourism minister. Dan tan said the government will start a trial. This week of using. Qr codes linked to possible. It's to determine people's vaccination status it's in preparation for the reopening of overseas travel in coming months the federal government india files and victoria are increasingly looking beyond lockdowns victorian premier. Daniel andrews is expected to outline how he's tight would reduce restrictions in a week's time new south wales primarily gladys. berg jecklin. Did cy last week. All the while the spread of kobe continues haste. Numbers in victoria are surging with six hundred and forty two new sizes of the weekend. There were two thousand eight hundred sixty one cases new south of a saturday and sunday. Meanwhile south australian premier david. marshall said. He'll open up his state border to new south. Wales victoria in. Ict wants the vaccination right hits the eighty percent. That's in contrast to the premiers of queensland and western australia who are yet to embrace the national plan. Mr marshall also said fifty people return into the state from overseas. Were truly an at that. Uses geolocation technology to let them quarantine at home. Queensland premier anastasia pallagi has worn parts of southeast queensland. Might have to go into lockdown after five new cases on saturday although there were none yesterday in the federal government plans to introduce a covered nineteen vaccine booster program operated through pharmacies and p clinics wants. The population is fully vaccinated according to media reports while the two thirds of australians. Have now had one dose and around forty six percents a fully vaccinated yesterday new advertisement encouraging people to get vaccinated commenced focusing on freedoms people will enjoy wants to seventy and eighty percent targets are achieved india. Australia have agreed to increase. Maritime defense corporation in strengthen trade ties following a meeting between foreign minister maurice pine and defense minister paid a dozen and they counterparts in new delhi. The prime ministers of both countries will make light this month to advance a strategic partnership between the two nations both the part of the quad group with the us. In japan working to reduce the influence of china in the region getting closer india with its massive population and development could have much quite a positive benefits than just to faints. Chief executive pay has jumped nearly twenty percents at ethics listed companies. These ya on the back of record. Prophets the bosses of gold-digging newcrest mining property group. Move back and woolworth are among the biggest winners according to a report in the financial review this morning but macquarie groups chamara wick remedy. Jaka reminds the highest paid with reported by of just sixteen million dollars. Sales poor pro was second. Thirteen point six million in gray. Goodman from property company goodman group was third thirteen point four million after weeks of discussions santos and oil search have agreed to a merger creating a twenty one billion dollar asian oil and gas producer which will boost the new entities production of by fossil fuels in clean energy..

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

04:35 min | 8 months ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"It's monday the thirteenth of september. Twenty twenty one woke fear and greed. Business podcast that sets you up for a successful day. i'm sure the september kerr's hits global share markets but commodity prices saw. That's mine story. Also coming up in today's podcast superannuation funds and make a revised thirty. Two billion dollars beat the sydney airport. Hobart cases jump over the weekend but all the talk is about ending knockdowns and a pump and dump scheme cincinnati six now up eighty four percent in twenty minutes. Then site listing for my chat to rich lister. Nick bill how explains how. He made his money what he looks for when investing but i. He's a brief. Oh good markets wall street fell further over the weekend with the s and p five hundred down zero point seven percent while the dow jones industrial average and the take heavy nasdaq will both off zero point. Eight percent more of that in a moment. European markets were mixed with the stocks europe. Six hundred of zero point three percent in london's footsie up slightly. This six to one hundred jumped half a percent on friday after thursday's tumble to finish the week at seven thousand four hundred seven points but the index was down for the wake materials companies with the best performers on friday on the back of high commodity prices and most sixes ended the dine the black. Oil prices are up over. The weekend called was lower and the aussie dollar trading at seventy three and a half.

"sydney airport" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Those things are a little bit more lax at the moment because we haven't had much virus in the community. Yeah, I mean, I'm done in Melbourne at the moment and Melbourne Ian's are shocked when you see pictures of Sydney. They're also shocked when they arrive at Sydney Airport. See so few people even supposed to be wearing masks. I mean, sit the behaving as if there's no problem here and Then what you get is and if you go back to croon a cast of last year, you talk about the theoretical modeling. What we talked about last year was that with so few cases of community transmission in Queensland and western Australia, People were behaving as if the reproductive value was right about 1.3. So in other words of the virus were to land there. It would spread quite quickly, and that's the situation and you saw the whales when people are pretty good that registering with the QR code, But there's not much mask wearing if any, and people are back to normal. So Norman, how do you reckon this compares to the other outbreaks we've had recently? Is it kind of more or less of a concern or still too early to say. It's exactly the same problem that Queens and faced with the medical registrar of P A where the virus was circulated the community for quite a few days where, in western Australia on two occasions you had the virus circulating for awhile in the community, and you're really not sure how much it's circulating. S O. This is exactly the same situation where you really don't know. And you on the premier's right. You probably will see war cases. What The difference is that New South Wales. At the moment is unlikely to go to lockdown. Because of this. They will wait to see where there's mystery case is whether they can tie this down where they know where it's come from on, then decide on lockdown, but New South Wales is a very still locked bones. People are pretty good at, you know, checking with the QR code, but we really relying on people to be forthcoming about that, You know? Does it raise the question of Whether we should still be or could have better used a contact tracing out so we would automatically pick up people that might have saving near this man. Yeah, the cop would say fat. Remember the converse a fabulous I do. Human distant past. I mean, a bit of a dog. Unfortunately, for we won't pick over the bones of that one. But the promise is still there that you could Used. These APS has been an interesting study from Zurich in Switzerland, where they studied what they're calling a digital contact, tracing it, which is pretty similar to something like the covered, say, Fab. Where you can. When you've got a positive case, you can trigger people that have come near to and find an n trace them. So what they found in this study was a very significant you know, maybe between five and 10% either triggering of other tests or finding a positive tests pushing people into into mandatory quarantine from the use of this digital tracing app. That doesn't sound like very much. But when your contact freezers air, trying to find people who haven't used a Q R cord and could add an extra element, But I'm not sure that we've got the right app. To do that. So it's a theoretical discussion in the morning. The Australian context, but it's what might have Bean now. Yesterday was a big day for another reason, Norman and that's because you got your first AstraZeneca shot. How did it go? I did had in Melbourne at the convention center, and it was very smooth. Well cues there, which was great to see all the people waiting a little while to get their vaccine. Careful registering of your Medicare number so that you go into the Australian Immunization register, which means that you get a recall for your second vaccine, and if any problems they can go back to the batch number. And the immunization itself was no more painful or otherwise than even having your flu shot right. And it's not unusual to get you know some mild side effects. Have you been feeling okay? Since I'm completely took top of the moment, But, you know, I just touch wood. You know who knows what's gonna happen soon. See what you kind of want to get a few symptoms? Just show that your immune system's tickling up. That's right. Yeah, but we'll see. At the moment, I'm just being male and brave. No. We've been talking about how other people are going with the vaccine rollout in states all across the country. We've had a few people get in touch, particularly from Tasmania about their experience. So Paul says that he got in line on Monday morning. This week, he had to answer a few questions. He was given a choice of different locations, and he got his first choice. In for this Friday. So he says, it went well for him. At least it was all pretty straightforward. We also heard from someone else who said they hopped on the online booking system for a respiratory clinic in the northern suburbs of Hobart, and they booked their shot for this Saturday morning. Super Easy and very convenient. Police give lessons to Wilkinson, our producer who struggled who struggled when it has to be said, you know, But I think he ended up It was spirited clinic as well. Maybe respectfully clinics for the place to go. Yeah, and foreign. A general practitioner almost drove her car off the road. When we're talking about how g P chief medical officer was saying that GPS is going to call you And just commented on She's got 4000 patients in the above 70 cohort. They're only getting hundreds that vaccines a week, so she's implying there's not very many phone calls coming from her general practice, right? You can't make phone calls when you don't have any vaccines to give. Correct. No, no one just before we wrap up. We've got a few questions. Matthew has asked if a person isn't vaccinated and contracts. Covert 19 is the vaccine. Then administered to aid in recovery. Or would it be of no assistance? Really good question And these vaccines are not therapeutic vaccine. Some are happy in the past, but no When you get a subsequent vaccine is on. You Do get vaccinated after you've had covered. It's really to boost your immunity. The big question is, Do you need two doors is a vaccine or just one. And that's an open question. At the moment. The other question is, if you've come in contact with somebody with coffered 19, should you be immunized to give you a chance of resisting infection, and people believe you should be on In theory. We do have a ring fencing approach in Australia, but I'm not sure it's ever been used. Linda has gotten in touch in it, she says. As an over 50 are we Would be overkill or even advantageous to get the AstraZeneca vaccine now and then also get the fires of vaccine later in the year to protect better against variants that may will be. What happens is that we use the fires or later in the year as a booster. It depends on whether or not the Fizer vaccine does cover against variance. Hopefully, we will have a variant, specific vaccine by then, you know, that's not a silly question that could will happen later in the year, and Gilda wants to know regarding the second job of the AstraZeneca vaccine. How long are you supposed to wait?.

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Australia-New Zealand Travel Bubble Brings Relief, Elation

WBUR Programming

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Australia-New Zealand Travel Bubble Brings Relief, Elation

"To their relative remoteness. Australia and New Zealand have been fairly successful in tackling the coronavirus. Now the two nations are opening the world's first quarantine free travel bubble. It's also the first time in more than a year that Australians will be allowed to leave the country without a special exemption. Our correspondent Sharma Helio joined those boarding the first flight. The International Departures Terminal of Sydney Airport has been busy since the very early hours of the day. I am looking at a long and spiraling queue in front of the check in desk because for the first time in more than a year Travelers will be able to fly to New Zealand quarantine free between them. Jeff Starr and Qantas are operating 29 flights today a very busy time for Air New Zealand as well. They'll be transporting about 5000 travelers and at least 3000 of those Are going to New Zealand before the pandemic. Australia was New Zealand's largest international visitor market. So yes, this trans Tasman travel bubble is a big sigh of relief for the tourism and the travel industries. But Those initial flights will mostly be full of family and friends, reuniting with loved ones for the first time in more than a year.

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Allience. We never mentioned a madame levesque's waiting to any of that sort of detail in it was only an four spoke. We got good and stop moving into other things nine. Now you can't and my i said do quit. Publish put a disclaimer in this stuff is saying rubbish. That comes out. I stink the fact when we started off out affects stanton's by the way we've never taken out of the country anywhere in say the vote on the item given to us but when we got these objects they started doing things that annoyed into next books so it wasn't a meta having pissing me incite one. I think we should stop looking back surgery. It was more a matter. The esoteric starts in interfering law directly with the rocks with the rings with the skulls and doing things that will demonstrably happening. Contacted owns metaphysical palace to. Yeah that's the other. One example would be china police away. Yeah when we took on a sorry grinding hancock own country about six as we did it on the provision the seven style ceremony and on the seventh diet. Leave all flew down to west south australia. Who came lawn caught up and On that died We're around. The campfire. And brian was able were stand thought. Those quarter views about a dozen sitting around the campfire khanna done up all what Singer of all songs and the whispering song science speaking monday in country then speaking a little bit in english to tell us what was going up offered. Everybody's doing ceremony follows then. He finished the ceremony by walking back. One step which we will then the second stint which none of us oh 'cause he completely disappeared and just got not graham. Was there to say the same thing. That was sanford. She's very pragmatic. We also the same thing and everyone was equally shocked about five. Six seconds later he reappears standing but Behind his what. Chris name with a huge smile on his face. And i somebody a lot of people out and said oscar hosking what happens. Not touching that as we all know. It's going to so seats questions in return one answer but the next i someone did how disip was cut. And then i can see an every human conceit but i know it is like They don should. There's nothing special. In fact i remember. Virtue older potty trained further on another older. But what i'm getting at is the when you see things that was someone disappears in front of your eyes and reappears small spice and we all know disappeared. Will then you'll concept the sohn's changes you can't deny something that channel people saw the sign up to the rest of my law. We all know what happened. And even cristiani's wants to know never seen that before but he's done other stuff. It's not the first time we've had these sort of event so after period of time you start to realize the story about magic man shamas of plus this one would and that the strongest would poss- is still and when you see these things and you see the rocks. Do things and not stop. You don't have an option. You then embraced. The esoteric is part of the story. And what we charted it was. We present the science. I offer often like the rings. All do something about the fact chemistry's rollers using stuff. We don't even know guy and using chemical ground discovered thousands of us all down told about the fact that these rings can kill when they skulking kill them all this other stuff we taper separate but we have to acknowledge both or you gotta remember. All indigenous cultures believed in magic. Now we as some educator why people think that some sort of ignorance on the off no. The ignorance is on the top of the paper. Dismiss that because we've seen this magic time off. It's off its onset russ. It's not a matter of choice is a matter of reporting things that we see and we this and we know a and a jeez need drugs to experience it. That's often the criticism especially when it comes to carlos castaneda's work. I know we done honestly when when that happened at at the faisal now. Almost mike and i know i owe you know as you know. I watch Win the rogues attacking when is the ross of turned off. The security. Assist the mcdonalds sydney airport. Well didn't matter. Mike and die doubt the security guards and they were the ones attorney apple that the airport security system down because of the rocks. Now the rox words plug in washington. Now that stop his incidental has got nothing to do with these things through one. We see these things. I can think that's the one thing that's a commonality on. The one way did depth seeing woman. Grime hancock folks battle. I wash governing constantly. Get you into the mid. Yeah look this knowing that can happen but does experiences. I not jim and vice artifact by roxby rings skulls these odd don boy them way older recipient. And you're sitting there at the time thinking. Well i've done expected to happen. The does different experiences. We've had phone calls from china. Wanna stay till what we need. Three thousand wind describing everything we did. It wasn't smoking anything or no was all i all i can sign county. You know this stuff now now that that is important Dismissed that that is why many of us when they're on their own journey and they joined on something but in our case where on unassisted journey way the rocks rings on the effects of tightening. Us for roy and every now and then they let us part of the secrets. But it's just the coal That's the one thing i can tell you about all the different experience we've had on now location. We sat round in a circle. Just happens yeah now though vast that is so fascinating i want to make sure that i wanna know. Okay so we have a father and son duo and then we have lead over here leah. How did you find these two. What was i mean. First of all i. I'm guessing that the fact that you're a contact. He is a major part of that japan. Yeah do you want you wanna talk about your story in a way. That is yeah. I mean i'm sure it's very deep. I'm sure we could go on hours about it. But toes a little bit about that experience first. And then how. It led to stephen evans right. So i have been contacted. Iki contact contacting for since i was very young child I thought it was pretty normal. Average i would have visitations come to physical on. I was away can school. And then i would actually go over there to see them when they were in their waking state as well so at that time i had no comprehension of what actual traveling was come to find out. It was actually travelling was having towpath contact with them and yet it was a very early. And i'm interested. It became a home and learning a lot about my these people my contacts and yeah of course ends. That brought back in time of denial and one was caught believing. 'cause it was it was my malady and i assumed wrongfully that everybody else has. The same thing wasn't quite the case And so to cut that out chuck to deny and eventually they started with the way they. It pulled back from parading out and after a few years. I was old enough to be re contacted again by one of my particular context mattress and been kind of like my main By main personnel Reggie wells doesn't always The phone whenever. I call him but He he's always around making sure right. I darn best. I'll so and just being just general now. I have been speaking with my with my.

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How worried should we be about the two Sydney mystery cases?

Coronacast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

How worried should we be about the two Sydney mystery cases?

"I've not suddenly those cases in new south wales again so we heard yesterday. That man who works at the sydney airport has tested positive coronavirus. And this is someone who shuttles drives the shuttle bus that takes aircrews from international flights to and from the airport and he got caught. And it's good but it's not a massive surprise but then a really big surprises that have popped out of the blue to people from sydney's northern beaches have also tested positive for covid and it doesn't seem to be any links to nine cases so far which is a lot more of a worry. So how worried should we be that. There's been circulating under the right eye in sydney for some time. Well if indeed. That's the case. I mean it's possible that it's been there. Circulating popped up. Let's start with the driver. Apparently he's been very cooperative and the the owners of the company who are who do the transportation of these aircrews been cooperative as well. Apparently there's been mask wearing but it's not entirely clear by the way we when we were talking about this on this episode of the krona. We don't have all the information. So more information may marriage by the time you listen to this corona cast. But certainly it's unclear. And i think that what's going on there. Is that the minister brad. Hazzard in his press conference yesterday alluded to this that. Probably the rules for aircrews are not as tight as they are for people arriving from overseas strange returning coming from overseas into weeks of hotel quarantine and maybe the testing of people come in contact with them is not as regular as it should be. I suspect that there's the there's a chink in the armor when it comes to us because we had that lady a couple of weeks ago who got infected almost certainly from aircrew. That's at least what the genomics of the virus tells you so there is a problem there. Wales is taking more than its fair share of the burden of people commute from overseas so your stress system but nonetheless that needs to be tightened up. Now you've got these. Two people are older people in the who apparently have close contact with each other in the northern beaches of sydney. And it's not clear who they've had contact with. It's just a little bit of coincidence. So the guy who's driving the boss apparently got symptoms on saturday. So that's a few days before he got tested and he can be infectious for a few days before that who knows what social networks that patterson was in. I wouldn't be surprised if the contact tracers find that there is a circuitous connection between these two cases. But you know you never know you. You've got no idea what's going on here and it could be just a surprise. There's been virus under the surface and it's popped up. It's just a bit of a coincidence that it's in the same week that this happens with these mystery cases. Norman how worried should we. Do you think it's going to turn out that. They just linked. I think we should be worried. We should be worried that there's a chink in the armor with overseas aircrews and we should be worried that these cases pop up very worried. But i'm sure that the contact tracers new south wales right onto it and really trying to track this down in the low ready doing to try and find out how to actually wear. These viruses came from and has been some innovations in australia genomics. Where in fact they can short circuit that you know makes wait two or three days. So let's see what happens there. So it's not huge panic yet but if you start to get other cases popping up when they do mass testing in the northern beaches then you start to get worried. Hopefully they can track this down

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Five New England Patriots. Joe Flacco gets to start a quarterback for the Jets after Sam Darnold Ranger in his shoulder. Last week's lost the chief's Washington football team quarterback call Alan will have surgery in the next few weeks for a pair is dislocated and fractured ankle suffered in the first quarter of Sunday's lost the Giants, while Alan Status for the rest of the season is unknown. Alex Smith is expected to be the starter moving forward on Dan Sportsmen that your Bloomberg World Sports Update Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg Business APP on Bloomberg Quick, Take a Bloomberg business Flash and I'm pole, Alan and Sydney where we have the six higher now by 1.1%, and that's a theme was seeing echoed around most of the region. The Nikkei hired by one person giving up some of those games. We sort little earlier but still pushing through that 25,000 point barrier where it has not bean since all the way back in 1991 costs, be looking kind of flat. The Hong Kong higher by at 1% Shanghai calms it also flat. We got Taiwan now off by a quarter of one machine, and this is kind of where it gets interesting because the rally that was seeing is pretty sick, too Specific Thie Taiwan exchange off by a quarter of 1% of all sectors higher Accept. Heavyweight information technology sector, which is now offered by more than 1.1%. We take a look around some of the winners Well, it's a travel Oakland International Airport up. 8% Japan Airport up 15% Sydney Airport, one of the best performers here in Australia as well. Hotels, Cruises general tourism Varel hired to Cathay Pacific's Singapore Airlines Qantas all having very good days up by 13, 14 and 9%, respectively. If we take a look at some of those take stocks. They are weak but seeing soft bank we care as well by about 3% coming up with second quarter earnings. Softbank also in talks to sell Boston Dynamics for up to $1 billion. We take a look around some other assets. We've got the U. S tenure yield now just a shade below 92 basis points. Gold picking up after some selling that we saw early on £1877 gold miners, by the way, some of the losers on today's prosection as well, We're seeing oil 39 74 for a barrel of West Texas. That's a little lower after the games we saw yesterday We've got news that I pick might be tweaking its production cuts prior to its next scheduled meeting, and generally and Chinese oil stockpiles appear to be shrinking as well and on the subject of China, See FBI and PP. I both coming in and a miss. For October a food prices drop. Driving inflation to an 11 year low and China seeing a bit of dollar weakness as well, one of four against the end. Let's get a chicken global news.

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"sydney airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Get at least two months of safety follow up data before emergency authorization can be granted. And there's some other good news on that front as well. Eli Lilly's antibody therapy was granted an emergency use authorization clearance by U. S drug regulators and this, of course on covert 19. Clearance gives doctors another option for tackling the virus in high risk patients as before they're sick enough to require hospitalization. Other treatments that have received the regulatory go ahead include convalescent plasma and rendez affair. They're also intended for use in severely ill covert 19 patients. Will the Fed is warning that asset prices in key markets could still take a hit this if the pandemics economic impact worsens in coming months, the Fed has released its financial stability report, which showed that many signs of weakness. This includes commercial real estate where property values have been fooling. The report shows energy as well as travel and hospitality is being particularly vulnerable to a prolonged pandemic. The Fed also warned that hedge fund leverage is elevated and life insurers of reaching debt levels not seen since the 2008 financial crisis. China's consumer price index is expected to be below 1% for the first time since March of 2017. Bloomberg. Steven Engel has the story. China's consumer price inflation may have slowed sharply in October as food prices cooled and energy prices remained fairly stable. Bloomberg Economics expects a 0.7% year on your rise in the C P. I Down from a 1.7% gain in September. Meanwhile, China's factory gate pp I deflation may have narrowed slightly in October as material prices remained relatively stable. We heard earlier that the output price component in October's PM I rose further in expansionary territory. Bloomberg Economics say this may reflect the comeback in domestic demand. As a result, we expect China's core CPI inflation to remain sluggish and its people deflation Tio ese further in the coming months in Hong Kong, Stephen Angle Bloomberg Daybreak Asia And just on that positive front in terms of data in the region, Australia's October business confidence reaching its highest level since May, 2019 stock markets are rising. Continuing this rally on the vaccine used the 6 201.4%. Japan's Nikkei 2 to 5 holding at these 1991 highs up by 1% back above 25,000 points for the first time in 30 years, 25,000 and 73 point CNN x 50, extending its record up another 4/10 of 1%. And South Korea's Cosby is just a little flat there. We are seeing a very big switch coming through into airline stocks on this vaccine. Use Qantas at Marchais up 10.5% Japan Airlines is out 15% in Japan Airport terminal is up by almost 16% in Tokyo up another 15% as well. You see huge rise in some of these other players to Sydney Airport up 13% oil search out 15%. A switch out of the state home trades with Nintendo falling and after pay down 8% in Sydney. Japan's E'en, though, is getting bid up by about 2/10 of 1% at one of five spot 12 as we see a little bit of weakness coming through in other currencies in the region, this was after they outperformed yesterday. The Australian dollar is trading at 72 spot 73 cents. And the TaiwanDollar, which had been on a tear a little weaker as well. Crude oil at Betty Mandalas 53 a barrel and big sellout of bonds, as you probably would expect on this risk on momentum. The yield Brian on Australia's 10, You know it's up almost 12 basis points on New Zealand's It is up by 10 Basis points. Brine. Yeah, we've come from about 75 basis points on us 10 year to over 90 just three days so Definitely a big move. Let's get a news update. Now both the Senate majority leader and the US Attorney general are saying that it does need to be some investigation into voter fraud. Baxter has global news from the Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco newsroom. Yeah, Brian Now we've been hearing for the last few hours about the Mitch McConnell now. William Barr has weighed in the Senate majority leader. McConnell says the president should not concede you. We have the system in place to consider concerns. President Trump is 100% within his rights. To look into allegations of irregularities. And way his legal options. Now, McConnell says he doesn't understand how Republicans can pick up congressional seats and lose the presidency in states..

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"sydney airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Lonnie contest, thought he'd committed the perfect murder by choking the woman and throwing her overboard. But she was still alive that left her with Aaron her lungs and allowed authorities to find her body instead of her body, sinking to the bottom of the ocean and probably never being found. Ed says could contest killed his ex wife during a cruise in the Mediterranean so he can inherit more than a million dollars. The man was convicted in June of murder for financial gain. The race to pick a president has already started in four U. S. States. Early voting is underway in South Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming in Virginia. More states will allow early voting starting next week. A judge in Michigan has given voters in his state more time to be counted. The judge ruled ballots postmarked by November. 3rd are eligible even if they show up days later. Michigan law requires absentee ballots to be received by the time polls close on election day to be counted, The judge says the extra time is necessary because of covert 19 and delays with the Postal Service. Catching a flight to nowhere has become a big hit during the cove in 19 pandemic, a Qantas sightseeing flight has sold out within 10 minutes. The seven hour scenic flight will perform a giant loop taking in Queensland and the gold Coast, New South Wales and the country's remote outback Heartlands. 134 passengers will be able to gaze out of the Boeing 7 87 Dreamliners big windows to spot famous Aussie attractions like Sydney Harbor and the Great Barrier Reef Passengers pay between 527 100 books. For the sightseeing journey. The flight will depart and return to Sydney Airport on October 10th Layla Mohammed Kay, If I knew the Trump administration is two days away from forcing Apple and Android to remove tic tac from their app stores, the feds were also expected to ban the popular text messaging app. We chat, which is owned by the same company, Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo says it's all about national security. Our goals are really very straightforward. Detecting American information data from ending up in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party. The federal government is considering a proposal for the American company.

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"sydney airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of one percent of the population and for them to be able to put themselves out there to put there this site if you on the line for a fellow strides as a lot of that and I should have my pattern that not comes because way dispersed it would geographically dispersed into a number of small towns right across this vast continent side we obviously my true with their equipped with the best tools that that that required and complemented by Ariel assets that we lace much from the northern hemisphere we are obviously what closely in fact we've got nearly two hundred and fifty of firefighters for the United States and Canada he now in fact I met them in Sydney airport some of them when I can I mean I like about three weeks ago and there's another kind of what the kind mean I only in the last forty eight hours we know that there are thousands of people that have been evacuated from their homes and their towns where are those people living right now and what's your sense of how long they have to stay away from home who obviously we try to retract them back into their homes as quickly as we possibly can and that comes off to safety checks because a lot of the rods and lined with trees and nice trees have lost a lot of their integrity and have to be checked meticulously by Iverson far far distant in the soon as that's done we try to get people back to the hundred that's the best way to recover to rebuild lives is to get them back to their homes the eyes that unfortunately I the two thousand all kinds of we've lost sci fi nice people billion look doctor incentives but more side it being looked after by family and friends L. insurance agencies are coming in and and making sure that they're acting swiftly enters the recovery I must those times are insured the was that on that obviously where rich nice we're proud nation of my can sure we look after one another but invariably must've looked off by family friends which were close knit communities because a lot of those towns that have borne the brunt of the sorry in a very small rural areas where everyone knows everyone and you look after one another and that's what's been happening that see strong wind would damn proud of it we we heard in that report that we just played from some people who do live in those rural areas who say they understand that it's important to move people into the cities and be able to protect those denser areas but that's going to be an enormous challenge for you as well just trying to protect people who are spread over such a vast geographic area high eighties and invariably that's what a lot of the the rule five father's volunteers landholders themselves in fact some of them and sadly and tragically three of those volunteer firefighters have lost their lives during this event but given the ultimate sacrifice that community and then I shin while defending someone else's life in someone else's property but invariably a lot of these real far fathers of volunteers that professionals but that fall into these and a lot of their Hines died protect by making sure they're prepared and this is this in fact is one of the most of the fall is in our nation's written history the fact that while tragically we've now lost twenty seven lives and just over two thousand times without the professionalism all about full time firefighters an involuntary firefighters this would have been a much more so via a van in terms of loss of life and property so what we're proud of what's happened but where obviously cognizant of continuing to to do better in my control of head but also that al a recovery is building back better than the infrastructure we bill back is bad it's more resilient and make sure that our people more resilient aside for the future events climate change models have predicted exactly really what is unfolding longer droughts hotter heat waves that did make the conditions right for the these kinds of wildfires are you all prepared as as some here in the U. S. like in California have been saying that this could be the new normal for you you look what I'm most proud of in terms of how far commissions from last night's sees the meticulous planning they undertook well before this event when IT kind emergency service minister injuring a last year the first advice I got was that the season was kinda Abby Elliott it was going to be more severe as can be protracted for longer periods that would ride and I prepared and I collaborated with you guys in the northern hemisphere and that's one thing that this has become a global effort I think we should be very proud that we've been able to work collaboratively and and and research development is collaborated between the northern and southern hemispheres and no assets alright minister David little proud thank you very much for your time and and best of luck to you fighting these fires thank you earlier in.

"sydney airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"sydney airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Off of not only their hottest year on record but their driest year on record and that's really what's made the past year so bad in this particular area and we talk about the temperatures that's a suburb of Sydney reaching one hundred twenty degrees Fahrenheit even the Sydney airport reaching a temperature of around a hundred ten and exit is from California could mean a drop in influence for the Golden State California lost more than two hundred thousand people between two thousand eighteen and nineteen the official count from the upcoming twenty twenty census could result in the state losing a congressional seat first time in history taking it from fifty three down to fifty two seats thereby reducing the electoral college votes from fifty five down to fifty four mistake it's one electoral vote for every house in every Senate seat district lines would also have to be redrawn which would most likely mean the Los Angeles area will lose the representative if that is the case it would not affect the twenty twenty presidential election but it would for future elections Jim replies Angelus delta airlines plane slid off a taxi way amid icy conditions this morning at an airport in Green Bay Wisconsin plates seventeen seventy was headed for Atlanta when it skidded off the runway no injuries were reported I'm in Kate's are you paying too much for term life insurance there's a tremendous price war among the major term life companies rates have dropped dramatically in the past few years for example a man H. forty five non tobacco user one million dollars of coverage seventy five dollars per month level rate for the next ten years or a man H. fifty non tobacco can obtain five hundred thousand dollars of coverage for a monthly premium of only one hundred ten dollars per month guaranteed not to change for the next twenty years that's right level rate guaranteed not to change for the next twenty years if you're a smoker we have great rates available for you as well at term busters we specialize in policies of five hundred thousand dollars and above if you're looking for new or replacement term life insurance call today for a quote at one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty that's one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty you're probably paying more than you should call term busters one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty or visit our website at term busters dot net remember one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty rates and availability may vary by state sample rate quotes based on preferred non tobacco underwriting exam required to qualify the NFL playoffs again today with games in Texas in Massachusetts it's been nearly a quarter century since the Buffalo Bills won a postseason game and there's another chance today against the Houston Texans on the road Houston has lost three of its last four playoff games including almost exactly one year ago to the colts the weight AFC match up has the Tennessee Titans of the New England Patriots a rematch of an easy patriots when two years ago but the defending Superbowl champs finished the regular season losing three out of five the end of his wild card round is tomorrow Vikings at St since the hawks and eagles the NFL's top four teams the ravens cheese forty Niners and Packers all often will play this weekend's winners next weekend I'm Joe Ramsey welcome John Mellencamp has donated fifty thousand dollars to Seymour Indiana for construction of a plaza near a mural that honors him and his nineteen eighties had small.

Apple Podcasts glitch removing ratings?

podnews

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Apple Podcasts glitch removing ratings?

"Something strange is happening in the apple podcasts app podcast ratings, in some cases, are being recalculated as you look at them, and they can even entirely disappear. Meanwhile, many others seeing then number of ratings being significantly reduced in the app as well. If you're seeing this behavior, please get in touch reticent is technology that records and analyzes you to give you an emotional scale level, feel voice it's marketed for public speakers. But perhaps useful for podcasters as well. Pod coin is an app that we've discovered that rewards you for listening to podcasts. Ten minutes listening earns one pod coin and to earn two dollars to spend on Amazon assuming you could listen to podcasts for three hours a day. You'll be listening for over three months. If you listen to three hours of podcasts every day for eighteen years you could afford a set of Bose headphones. Anyway, the app uses them, listen notes API has no visible method of. Earning revenue Gimblett, the podcast producer in Brooklyn has shown off it's beautiful studio complex opened in August. Designed by acoustic architectural firm, W S D G a hip podcast is now a store in Sydney airport. You beauty is now a temporary skin care product shop in domestic terminal to hit will be there nestling alongside the virgin and tiger planes until March supernatural drama. The black tapes is to become a TV show on US television network NBC, and there's been another comedy sketch about podcasting on US television. This time on full-frontal with Samantha b hand for real this time, a real podcasting star who is this and Sarah Canuk. What are you doing here? Wherever there's investigative podcasting. That's where I go. And

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