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"tarazona" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"In here. Because of the Movement I. GotTa do with from a the racial injustice in this country in A. The traditional Babylonian hosts bijal shows. They're going another direction, which is a good look. I mean I. Think they disrespect the time a little bit would that's with Hollywood. Do they put the whole contract together with Tarot and then the next the day before they go to Tom no time you got the goal grow fired. because. He's a Babylonian. That's been to law. You know. Knowing what? The everybody knows black movements against the black face. Now even if do from what you get that story from the Simpsons Cleveland he's a white guy that retired, and now he wants a black guy do that role. So the that is Tara banks way back and Tara banks superstar base in jail I wouldn't smash a tower banks. I don't like Tor- skinny models with big feet. Now at at the tower has got to be an forties at this point, right? I think she she's very smash. -able weapons moment. She's spilled in really nice. Even though she got some big size eleven feet, I will Smith He. Would you smash Tara Banks? and. Yet so now that he's the host now she got to step up because even though the Babylonian Tom. What's his name Tom of? Berge Bergman. Whoever he sounds. Canadian, but one thing about that. A really ego very jaundice out. That sound very bad career to me. He did a great job on this show now Tarry Negoti pretty as hell, and she's has experienced hostess shows I think he's GonNa take this thing to a whole `nother level so shoutout to Tara, and now they need to put like Tarazona like let's get it going like tie the cohost. That'd be Green. We her whole. Tarazi Tiring. That'd be great. Be Look that that would be kind of. More and more African American Latino contest. Yes absolutely run up right. I watch it if I see a little more melting on a shelf with. They flavor Flav. We need to turn this up. We really do me. Right. That's true. And and my last night that I have. anyways our way, we city some like it's the grand big only shakes like to see them dancing.
Could micro-organisms revolutionise our food?
"For the first time will also be recording this for video on our Youtube Channel so today we're here to talk about Crowell food an extreme file is a microbe that can survive in extreme conditions one star up in Chicago has found a way of turning these microbes rapa creatures into an edible protein part of a growing trend towards a microbial revolution in Food and agriculture could microbes hold the key to feeding a growing relation here with me in the studio to discuss this is Emiko Tarazona commodities correspondent and Clive Cookson science editor thanks for joining today Emiko to start with tell us a bit about this company and what it is trying to do so sustainable biproduct is a start up in the US yes and it's turning and micro that discovered in yellowstone national park into protein so they are going to use precision fermentation and they again A to turn this protein into alternative dairy and meat products like burgers and microbial base cheese wow has it garnered much first from investor's overall the search for alternative proteins is such a hot topic in Food and agriculture these days and comes as increasing income uh-huh in developing countries and when populations become more rich they moved from carbohydrates to prestige products I meet but people can't continue easing me because of the environmental is also health concerns as well so we've had the plant based meat products impossible Burger and beyond meat and the search is on for alternative sources of protein among entrepreneurs and scientists and so yes investors are we interested sustainable by products is raised she three million early this year from companies including France's Danone and Archer Daniels Midland which is an agricultural trade we've got some really serious money behind them what to these products actually tastes like have you tried any yourself when you talk about protein means you'll have a protein which is a source of the product by the vehicle for the taste so I think the idea there is to reduce the taste of the channel whatever you using it sauce itself like pre protein which is used in beyond meat you don't want it tastes like peas yeah so you want the protein to be pures possible with Mike I have not tasted was actually not on the market so I have not tasted volcanic microbial burgers but the other uses with proteins is as food ingredient to enhance the taste of a certain product or change the way the product tastes for instance impossible foods I uses a protein called him which is made from soy and that is made from precision fermentation and it adds the meaty taste gene. The bugah wow so how optimistic are you I mean is this pine sky or do you think this is genuinely changing the way that we wing to source proteins in our food well I didn't think it's Pine Sky Tool because you already have corn for instance that is more not not C. O. R. A. But exactly due to you O. R. N. and that is made from a micro protein which is a sort of fungus and that's been around forever clive you know better than me in Qu'une dates back to the nineteen eighties and it's a good thing to think of anyone has headcorn it is as you said a vehicle for taste quarter is growing out of single celled fungus which you can define `as Microbe F- Initiative Mike Grove is somewhat stretchy incubators any organism that you can't see with the naked eye as the individual cells and you have to onto microscope to identify them that's so interesting I mean microbe seem to be having a bit of a moment recently why have they come into the spotlight now I guess spotlight might be the wrong where maybe under the telescope from yes what's the wider scientific picture here well when it comes to food one of the most important changes as of the twenty first century in in nutrition and even I would say in medicine is understanding that the billions of microbes the bacteria that live in our what's play a gigantic role in our health not just how we digest food that's the most important thing but even welby being psychologically the microbes within our body of vital and therefore there's a big and growing industry you're trying to produce microbes not say much as food but to populate guts with friendly bacteria so that's a very big growth area Another is that might cribs used to ferment foods of being extended a lot everything from Kim Chae to sauerkraut route to the molds are cheeses to bear in wine they depend on microbes one sort or another and so using microbes to produce protein I mean could this be scaled up used worldwide I mean are there inhibiting factors will I think we have to remember uh-huh like all new foods microbial food stamp grow on thin air they will need a lot of input of water nutrients at that try so from the environmental point of view that are not going to be completely benign now they're probably going to be more sustainable and growing card which spends a lot of its energy wondering around fields and belching and burping and emitting methane which is a very powerful greenhouse gas but I think those environmental questions need to be answered and they haven't yet been answered by the new foods companies that are making not only microbial foods CACO's talking about earlier but also sell based meat and fish products web rather than growing a cow will catching a fish you'll grow the proteins and the muscle the fibers hopefully trying to capture the texture and taste in the lab and where does this fit into other types of new food technologies I think they're going to be seen alongside these other cell taste foods a lot of progress is being made in taking for example stem cells from cowes Castle and getting them to develop essentially and to meet and if you combine that with Three D. Printing you can get something that's good texture I mean that's one possibility abass meat but I guess this whole microbial fungus bacterial activity I mean how will consume is really react to it is the uh-huh because it's cruel to animals and I didn't think cruelty to microbes is going to enter the picture remains to be seen sustainable but biproduct CEO has told me that he wants is to get a product out into the market either on a trial basis or onto the shelves at least in about eighteen months in the US so it'll be interesting to see what sort of marketing strategy he takes a certified next Winter Christmas twenty twenty we could be having microbial something on the shelf test smoke it I think probably not in London yeah yeah as a final question I wanted to ask you both do you think there's an argument that time and money would be better spent encouraging food and agricultural offices that are more sustainable rather than creating new products that sort of enable everyone to keep consuming in the same way I think that's a really interesting question but I suspect that the horses kind of left the stable that consumers want convenient food that they crave and also the newly rid sh developing country population they also want that as well they expect that and on the other hand you'd companies and fast food companies won't all that so can we continue killing life is to have diversity I think from a sustainability and health point of view giving consumers as rich and diverse mixture of foods as
"tarazona" Discussed on WWL
"A week on groceries and be knocked that down to seventy five dollars a week. Yes. So I actually spent like four hours each week Monday a week on grocery shopping where I go to so many different grocery store or different stores just to get that. But we were really intense about figuring out how to get rid of this stat and throwing thousands a month. Yeah. Why are they go guys? Congratulations. So how long ago did the income come all the way up to one sixty in August two thousand fourteen we back a vehicle. Oh, both of you. So the eighty four was not for very long 165 been most of the time. It's been. Yeah. Most of the time. Okay. All right. Very good. Congratulations. All right. What what advice do you give to someone who's out there on the other side? Now, you were sitting there watching a debt free scream listening to a debt free scream yourself and someone's getting ready to their debt free scream, and they said, here's what you do to get out of debt. What are you gonna tell them? Just a lot of hard work and a lot of patience and a lot of sacrifice. But if we can do it, then anyone can do it. Okay. Dog lot of prayer and it, but it all comes from God. And just hard work. Very cool. Actually, what are you say? What would I say? The word sacrifice. Really really really really is. What happens? The we traveled from Pennsylvania Tarazona for these jobs. Be spent we've spent most of all of our holidays and birthdays away from family and lots of different struggles of being married and figuring out how to be married to each other. We've had to sacrifice so much. Was it worth it? Yes. It was completely worse. Yes. Good. Good. Well, congratulations who were your biggest cheerleaders outside the two of you. I would say my parents, Nancy and David from Erie, Pennsylvania, they would send their box of goodies for us each month. And they actually put it for five years. They are huge cheerleaders. Wow. That's very cool. Very nice. We have some friends here like ten and Rachel. Over the years. Maybe turn around and how. Hey, man. Yeah. Good times. All right. We've got a copy of.
"tarazona" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And I remember the first time hearing a debt free scream, and that's exactly what caused us to start that feed journey. It was for that free screams the one that actually doing today. I love it kinda watch to hear man. Very fine. Okay. So once you heard the debt free scream, you said, we're going to do this. What did you do? Well, he just started a budget and mine was ours worth paper and pencil budget. And we became really aggressive with it. For instance, we used to spend like one hundred thirty hundred and fifty a week on groceries and be knocked that down to seventy five dollars a week. Yes. So I actually spent like four hours each week Monday week grocery shopping where I go to so many different grocery store or different stores just to get that. But really intense about figuring out how to get rid of this stat and throwing thousands a month. Yeah. Why did they go guys? Congratulations. So how long ago did the income come all the way up to one sixty? In August, twenty fourteen we back. Vehicle both of you. So the eighty four was not for very long 165 been most of the time. It's been. Yeah. Most of the time. Okay. All right. Very good. Congratulations. All right. What what advice do you give to someone who's out there on the other side? Now, you were sitting there watching a debt free scream listening to a debt free scream yourself and someone's getting ready to their free scream, and they said, here's what you do to get out of debt. What are you gonna tell them? A lot of hard work and a lot of patience and a lot of sacrifice. We can do it. Anyone can do it. Okay. Lot of prayer and comes from God. And just hard work. Very cool. Actually, what are you say? The bridge sacrifice. We really really really is. What happens? The be traveled from Pennsylvania Tarazona for these jobs will be spent we've spent most of our holidays and birthdays away from family and lots of different struggles of being married. Figuring out how to be married to each other. We've had to sacrifice so much. Was it worth it? It was completely worsted. Good. Good. Well, congratulations who were your biggest cheerleaders outside the two of you. I would say my parents, Nancy and David from Erie, Pennsylvania. They would center box pity for us each month. And they actually did it for five years. They are huge cheerleaders. Well, that's very cool. Very nice. We have some friends here and Rachel. Helped us out over the years. Maybe turn around and. Hey, man. Yeah. Good times. All right. We've got a.
"tarazona" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Right how larger house malls dot organization? We're a couple million in sales, and we have about half a dozen people. And how many brothers and sisters? Do you have one brother one sister? Where are you in the pecking order on the oldest duty you being the oldest of three? Well, gave me some privileges gave me some sense of responsibility. What do you mean, you had a sensory somebody tell you that you had to be responsible? Or what would that look like though, there were a lot of role models everybody in the family sort of acted that way extended family. And so all right. Cool. David, what do you think it Mike you mentioned that your when you when you moved? I think Tarazona you were involved in sports. But what kind of jobs did you have? Oh, I started out delivering papers like a lot of people newspapers. And how old were you twelve or thirteen point what other kinds of jobs did you have well from there? I graduated to guess mowing lawns primarily and then went to work at a grocery store bagging groceries and throw a truck when I was in college. So the easy thing would have just been hanging out at the pool and hanging out at the pool. What what was it that drove you to keep working and getting these jobs? Well, I I just wanted money to do some things by things that I that I wanted when I was a kid after a while it became pay my way through college. Ultimately law school. So is there anything about that kind of early entrepreneurial spirit been hard work entrepreneurism that what I just heard that. You started your own company. What is there any tie? Well, I think there is. I was a kid except for the sort of umbrella that my parents provided over everything I I was pretty much able to make my own decisions. Get those jobs work at it. Move up as wanted to move up starting a business. It's your operation. And you win lose your draw based on what you do and decide to do can build a good team to help you do it goes back to the fact that you were you took responsibility for yourself yet confidence yourself who's got the next question. Grena twelve years old. Normally told girls don't testify they wanna make some money. Start a business you mentioned role models or some other folks early on that really inspired you to say I can do this by myself. Well, I don't know there's any particular entrepreneur who has a role model. I had an uncle who is a priest. I went to Catholic school a couple of nuns pretty influential, and they gave me a lot of confidence. In a lot of encouragement about thinking about what I wanted to do and thinking about sort of how to get there and influential in discipline or in structure. Well, both but sort of self discipline. They do some of the old. Stereotypical non stories were not true in our case. But it was a very good environment as a company that does mystery shopping, and sort of quality control, you find some parallel with being the oldest and having structuring your upbringing, and and being able to kind of manage what's going on around you keeping an eye on it. But we do have to keep a close eye. We wanted to we have a lot of people we have to manage because we have shoppers testers, in some cases who are all over the country, and there are hundreds of them working every month on these shops. And we keep it all together. Fortunately, I have a great team of people who help with that. But there's a lot of work to be done. David. Tell us what your parents did. My mother went to teacher's college became a teacher for a couple of years, then became a homemaker. And spent the rest of her life doing that. I guess my dad owned a grain elevator. He was an entrepreneur back in his early career. Got sick, and then moved and had to change careers, and that sort of thing now as a as a schoolteacher. As your mother raising you and now your business today where you're doing testing, tell us what you might have learned from your mother. Well, she was very interested in making sure that my sister, and my brother, and I did well in school. So we we had a lot of coaching going through school particularly in grade school. One of the things she taught me he was she is coalition courage to take typing back in the old days. And I didn't wanna do it. Because I thought it was worth west. But it was one of the best things I've ever taken because I spend lots and lots of time on a keyboard now. So it worked out very well. Yeah. It's an older. We get the smarter. Our parents become that's right. And you know, so so when you started this business where you married or single married, and you spoke to your wife about starting this business. I did did you realize that it was a financial risk, and you could lose your money. Eighty five percent of businesses go out of business in the first couple of years. She did. But what happened? Well, she's she's always had a lot of confidence in me. Hopefully, it's worked out well from her perspective. But. She was right there supporting all the way, so you so you bring to the party tell us about what you're bringing. What'd you get for mom? You bring to the party everything you dad what you think from that door every day. Well, she had a good attitude about work. She after we got older, she went back to work. Secretarial kind of job. But she she liked to do that. Like, the work the yourself busy. Yes. How about that? What did you get from that you bring the work every day? Well, as I mentioned dad got sick. He had to change jobs. It was sort of like he had a sense of responsibility. It was like, you know, I have to make sacrifices because of circumstances here that going to do what I wanted to do in the beginning. But we'll work it out. What kind of sacrifices the dead make what are you talking about? Well, he had to change. I there are financial sacrifices when he got sick. And then he had to recover from that he had to learn a new business when he was. You learned about resilience from your dead. Yeah. That's right. Was very resilient guy out. New markets is trying to figure out where the new markets are on your business. Opportunities. New opportunities all the time..
"tarazona" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Second in the conference third in the league as they get ready to host San Jose tomorrow night, it is bills football Monday. So we want to talk to you about Josh Allens day yesterday and everything else around the bills Jaguars. But we will also gladly take your calls because you wanna talk sabres hockey today as well about I'd say more win. You're only supposed to talk about them. They're they're in first place, and they're in second place. So we can offer a little while it was fun. So houses back on the hot seat now because they felt I know I got to be on. Yeah. Let's do that. Let's put them in the hot it worked. It worked at the start of the season was all by designed to put a little. The overnight NHL trade. I did. There's a trading NHL last night. Howard who who is. Dylan strong. Oh was traded by the coyotes. Name rings a bell. Name rings a bell Dylan Strom, where do I know him? He was drafted by Arizona. I think it might have been the Eichel. Is that? Right. I think so. Exactly, right. And what happened was okay? Do you? Remember the details there fuzzy try this the sabers? They drafted Eichel because they had finished last in guaranteed. No worse than the second spot in the draft. And then Strom I believe went after that Tarazona. So he he, you know, he could have been a sabre, but the sabres were one slot higher in the draft because they had actually tank that year. And I'm glad you remember that because I think I think I got a check the details at all escaped my memory. I believe you just set a registrar Strom draw. Okay. The name is strong Strom. Yes. From the famous stroll look into that. Yeah. I think I'll only start once per hour on that. That's okay. Whisper. This is that the earliest six twenty six I like the trade for Chicago got him in Pearleen. That's a good trade for them. I like it. I like to try to offer Chicago, right? Eight oh three oh, five fifty this morning. We have lots to talk about. Let's go west in York. Let's get up. Let's start your workweek. Let's talk give us. Call bills savers. Both..
"tarazona" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"A total of thirty four digital world full agents Tarazona the government is concerned about a group of civilians called the minute men for them. Today's announcement is too little too late on Monday a thousand minute men, some armed we'll begin patrolling twenty three miles drudge of their zone 'as border, claiming border patrol agents need help are we going out looking for a firefight. Absolutely. Not. Do we have a right to be there? Yes. That's United States territory, the border patrol fear. Some of the minute men are neither trained nor prepared to encounter a legal immigrants and smugglers. We feel that you if you bring untrained civilians to an area, they don't know that the likelihood of him getting into the series violent incident is is very high. The civilian fake border patrol. This comes up and around every few years people who have been whipped up into a frenzy into believing that the border is being overrun, and he can help what the border patrol desperately needs is their untrained civilian vigilante fake uniform. Roger gator help. It's not actually helpful. It's never been helpful the actual people who work on the border for US law enforcement. Never think it's helpful. So tonight, we're reporting on these leaks documents from the US military that have ended up getting published in Newsweek magazine, the top line result. Here is that in terms of this deployment that the president has ordered of US active duty troops to the border. Right ahead of the election, the military assessment about the threat, they're going there to stop this migrant caravan coming up from Central America military's assessment about that as an actual threat is that only a small percentage of any of those migrants who are part of that caravan right now, we'll end up ever reaching the border. Here's what the military assesses as the most likely course of action for that. Caravan quote, caravan dwindles, as it nears US, there is limited criminal exploitation and no terrorist infiltration, so no criminal problem. No terrorist problem and not all that many people overall. Also, nobody's going to be anywhere for a really long time there eight hundred to two thousand miles away depending on which route they take. So active duty troops are being sent there. Apparently in huge numbers on the president's orders right before the election in he's making his biggest show out of it as possible speech at the White House today and everything. But now, we know that the military itself. Assesses the situation there as nowhere near the kind of terrible immediate existential threat that the president is preaching to the country as suppose justifying this deployment. So it's interesting with this document with James the Puertas reporting. He's the one who obtained this document for Newsweek, we can see what the military is apparently not at all worried about here's a neat thing about this document, though, in this document, we can't see what the military is most worried about with this deployment with this just in time for the election border troop, deployment, it turns out what the military Cording to these documents. According to these leaked documents what the military is most actually worried about are Americans who show up to play militia and fake patrol the border themselves. They say among the events of interest. They need to be concerned about our quote, an estimated two hundred unregulated armed militia members currently operating along the southern border for one thing. The Pentagon says based on their past experience with these vigilante anti immigrant militia guys one of the problems with them. They know from past experience is that they steal look at this under events of interest. I quote reported incidents of unregulated militias stealing national guard equipment during deployments. So. Okay, active-duty troops. If you or somebody in your family is going to be part of this fifteen thousand troop deployment to the border just in time for the election. You already know. And now, we know thanks to these documents that the military assesses, basically, no credible threat of that caravan overwhelming the border, but the military does want you to keep your eyes peeled for the armed militia vigilante guys who were excited about the caravan who might be looming in the area and trying to steal your stuff. Joining us now is James LaPorta investigative journalist at Newsweek is a former US marine infantryman himself, Mr. LaPorta. It's really nice to have you with us night..
"tarazona" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"There was no rules at that time money's gotten laundered and it's out in the community, and that's why you could easily just get a fake ID and go into any nightclub. Now, there were a ton of nightclubs that would have eight would allow you in at eighteen eighteen to party Twenty-one, right? So you'd have to get banded. And of course it's like a scarlet letter this Dan drink. But yeah, like so, yeah, was probably at some nightclub there one time just because I felt like it's what I should be doing and I was stupid about it right. That's what it was. And then as I got older, my I didn't smoke at all. My dad actually smoked from young age because you know, my dad was born in thirty nine. So he grew up in the fifties where you know, Frank Gifford doing Lucky, Strike commercials. Smoking was like cool back then, but I didn't. I never really smoked, but what happened was then when I was out and I'd have too many drinks, I felt like I needed a cigarette to kind of bring me down or whatever it was, which is stupid. It wouldn't bring me down Gillette nicotine, I guess, calm you down a little bit. But yeah, it was spoken to eighteen if you're listening, it's gross cigarettes. I loved it. It's like smoke free. Well, yeah, that's true. Just cigarettes cigarettes, smoke, whatever. Peyote feel free Alaska, you know? Exactly. So. So Stanford bid game. You said Ben Lyons. A love begins a week to week one. We everybody fired up. We to content kind of be like the hangover weekend. Everybody. This is probably one of the top three games that weekend. Yeah, there's not a ton of great matchups weekend. I mean, you've got that to me is probably the best match up then followed by Georgia, South Carolina there to top twenty five teams. But that's pretty much Arizona state swing, Michigan state clemson's playing texts, but only one of the teams are ranked Tarazona state Michigan state. So yeah, coach Herm Edwards and home. That's fun. Yeah, that'll be. That's the late game. That's seven. Forty, five stars like Saturdays, a little more than Sunday. Sometimes I really am. I've been there for three years. Yeah, I don't know. It's the raw. It's not really having to know the play. All the players are starting Sunday, pays the bills. I get it, but I don't know as you know, Michigan guy. So despite last week I'm still fired up for the season Saturday special man. I like Saturday Saturday's. I mean, demogra- you played. In the league and you played for a big time program at why Friday and Saturday. It was nothing like Saturday. Yeah. Yeah. All of it just feel so much more important. I mean, it's it's college football, so we know what it is, but it's pure. It's not about money. That's what I said. We've college football, we know what it is, but it's still pure. It's not about money. There's less about business. Yes, less about business. Well, said, yes, but yet, like I just I love it. I the mascots I, it's funny like I've started to do over the last couple years. I've done some sidelines on NBA at some boxing stuff. And like someone said to me, would you ever wanted to college football because you love it and like no, I said, because I want to be home to watch all these games. Also, Priscilla will tell you, can he loves this life, but you gotta take one plane. Then another plane into car and drive six hundred miles into a swamp and stay in a Holiday Inn express, and it's just not glamorous as it looks years. I called. Sun belt football. Okay. Wow. And I did those games and look. It was a lot of Louisiana Monroe and lobby soda flavors at sonic, North Texas, right? Like all the mean green of north texture. Now a lot of those teams would play early in the season. They'd played the Alabama's the Florida's or those kind of schools. So I went and call the bunch of those games too. But yeah, like it's not fun. It's not necessarily. It's not fun for freshman quarterback to go up to Stanford in his second game first game on the road and Stanford's wanna think seven of the last eleven match with them..
"tarazona" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For investors to buy, joining us now is Michelle portfolio manager for. Vigil partners LTd in London Michelle thank you so much for being with us you have an incredible amount of experience investing. In equity derivatives an emerging markets going back to Leeman brothers looking at this. Scenario is Turkey flashing a huge by signal given how much. It's assets have been beaten. Up right now First of all it depends, which asset class you're talking about but clearly when they went to seven to the dollar and interest rates went. To high twenties it started becoming attractive to investors on every basis however there is fundamental problems, with the Turkish situation as we speak given the high debt levels in dollar terms and that's not going to go away. And the the confidence of the market on, the ability of. The, central Bank to control inflation is simply not. There for a long term turnaround and a long-term investment okay, so just to point out that that was. One two three days ago that we were seeing the Turkish lira seven versus the dollar right now we're five point eight Yeah so I'm just wondering you know talking about let's say equities Turkish equities have gotten really beaten up in particular their financial industry what what about in that. Area. Are there opportunities there or given the fact that you, do see a wider set of issues here are those set for for more declines and, even a potential failure I think I think. The the situation requires a slowdown, in the Konami whatever you see it either. The crisis continues and and you get a natural Snowden economy, or, the interest rates are, hiked in, the classic, orthodox way, to deal with inflation and the market and loss of confidence in your. Car so either way you're going? To see a slow down and when you see a slowdown you tend to see a rise in? NPL's although the banks are well capitalized and we'll regulated by say And you just never. Know how high Dan peels go, as we've seen in other countries like Italy. Spain Greece NPL's can go much higher than in the last Crisis two thousand eight when they went to five six percent NPL rates if they started getting close to ten. Percent then these banks do need capitalization and spore the equity investments I would say would be at, the, right time when they need the recapitalisation rather than now What is positive for the Turkish situation is obviously that the the sovereign debt. Level is relatively low compared to some of these other countries like mentioned like Italy Spain or Greece for example, at thirty percent to p there is some room for so sovereign? Support and bailout Michelle is someone that helps to manage, the money of high net worth families if you were going? To plan a trip in the fall to, go to Turkey to prospect for potential investments what kinds of meetings, would you want to have lined up with. What kinds of companies would it be the banking industry or would it be things like conglomerates and consumer Staples I mean given the the the the the weaker lira is a necessity to balance we balance the economy I. Would say the exporters would be the highest beneficiary so the experts would be the ones I'll be most comfortable with to make investments in and and and the, let's, say the. Banks we, do have a backstop either be it as strong parent or or or a related. Entity which can support the Bank in case they do need recapitalization looking for. Some of their bonds which are now yielding eleven twelve thirteen percent in dollars which I think could be attractive, if you know that there is a backstop so I'm just wondering? Broadening out here given the fact that we did see, emerging market currencies track that of Turkey during its swoon And I'm wondering how worried you. Are at this point just in general about the developing markets and in particular the equity markets which have been really tied to currencies I think you have to go back and see okay what what is leading all of this? And, that's probably what's going on in the US be it the strong dollar or the end of q. e. or. More importantly at the moment is the trade wars yeah I think these are the real triggers rather than Turkey trickling and the problem. In the rest, of developing markets so if you see some kind of Alleviate the problem for example the trade war with the US China coming down then, I, think emerging markets in much better position or if the dollar has stabilized then emerging markets would be. Much stronger position regardless where Tokyo's thank you very much for being with, us Michelle, the net she is a portfolio manager for Vetere partners LTd, they are based in London where, they help, manage the assets of wealthy individual families and just taking a. Look. At, the Turkish lira right now trades, at five point seven seven to the US dollar, at, gained just a little bit less than? Three percent so far today and there's a little bit of a rebound just broadly in MCI tracked emerging-market currencies but you have to think how long will that reprieve. Last, especially if as Michelle was saying you know the strong dollar kind of concept continues to weigh over markets yes. Well we another Turkish lira is still Well it's lost more than fifty percent of its. Value. Against, the US dollar this is Bloomberg This is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks are surging after retail giant WalMart reported its best sales growth in more than a decade and China's ministry of commerce. Said it would hold talks with American officials to resolve the trade war between the two countries evidence. Of a strong labor market keeps piling up first-time. 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"So every time she raises her hand, your business noticed. Wow, okay. I think that's a pretty good idea. But I do feel bad for guys with armpits fetishes you know, because they're going to be like, how do I up grade to the ad free version. No, the city of New York. So Japan is doing it in response. They've announced that they will be selling ad space on all of the subway masturbaters. That's what we're going to be doing. Search snow. No, I can't read the number slowdown. All right. Let's move on to our main story. The Trump administration, the funding so many battles that sometimes it's hard to keep track of all of their enemies, crooked Hillary fake news media, the deep state, witch-hunts, Canada. And then of course, their biggest enemy of all the environments. The Trump administration has had a grudge against mother nature ever since wind and yesterday. We learned how far they willing to go to kick captain planets in his big new models. Thousands of pages of Email show interior secretary, Ryan Zinke, and his aides dismissing tourism benefits and archaeological discoveries in favor of shrinking national monuments for logging ranching and energy development. The Washington Post cites documents the interior department, released this month, then retracted a day later. Okay. I don't know what's worse. The fact that the interior department was scheming about how to handle federal land to help and businesses, oil and businesses all the fact that they could take back the emails. They had mistakenly sense outs, but when is that ever worked? You can't send an Email to your boss saying work as my favorite place to get high and secretly jerk off in the boiler room and send a follow up Email like please disregard everything off the work because my favorite place, it doesn't work. We know it now like its honestly wild to me that they would even dismiss priceless. Archaeological discoveries just to maybe get. Little moral, but imagine if Trump was president during Jurassic Park. Oh, wow. What is that that that's nothing. Now, let's check the shit out of this place. Now, obviously, the interior department was embarrassed because it's emails showed that they know that they're doing something super shady, right, but we shouldn't be surprised. I mean, considering all of the stuff that the administration is doing to the environment out in the open, the Trump administration this week is expected to open a new front in America's environmental battle, and California is the target. The administration will now try to shut down California's thority to regulate vehicle, exhaust greenhouse gas emissions and the sale of electric cars. Environmentalists charge. The bottom line would be devastating after years of cleaning up the air in California. I know the president hates California, but that's just me. All right. California has worked so hard to clean up its air, and it's true that a lot of that progress came from deporting, Seth, Rogan Tarazona butts. It was also from the state, strong cau- emission standards. So if the administration kills them, it could put the health of millions of people ever. But I mean, let's be honest, who cares Cares about. about people, right? I mean, the gross really are, but sadly, it turns out that the administration is coming for our very friends to the Trump. Administration is calling for sweeping changes to the law that protects hundreds of animals and plant species from extinction. The proposal would end automatic protections and limited habitat safeguards provided.
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"Maintain open communication between our security agencies to protect, our citizens from this global menace Last, year we told Russia about a plan to tack in Saint Petersburg then they were able to stop it cold They found them they. Stopped them there was no doubt about it I appreciate, it President Putin's. Phone call afterwards to thank you I also emphasized the importance of placing pressure on Iran halted its nuclear ambitions and to stop. Its campaign of violence throughout the area throughout the. Middle East as we discussed at length the crisis in Syria Is a complex one cooperation. Between our two countries has, the potential to save Hundreds of thousands of lives I also made clear that the. United States will not allow Iran to benefit from our. Successful campaign against ISIS we have kissed about erotic ISIS In the area we also agreed that representatives from our national Security Council's will meet to follow, up on all of the issues we addressed today and to continue the progress we have, started right here in Helsinki. Today's meeting is only the beginning of a longer process but we've taken the first steps toward a brighter future. And one with a strong dialogue A lot of thought Our expectations, are grounded in realism but our hopes are grounded in Americans desire for. Friendship cooperation and peace and I think I can speak on behalf of Russia when I say. That also President Putin I want to thank you again for joining me for these important discussions and for advancing open dialogue between Russia. And the United States Our meeting Tarazona long tradition of diplomacy between Russia the United States for the greater good of all And this was a very constructive day this was a very constructive few hours that we spent together it's in. The interest of both of our countries to continue. Our. Conversation and we have agreed to do so I'm, sure we'll be meeting again in the future awesome And hopefully we will solve every one of the problems that we. Discussed today so again President Putin thank you very. Much Interesting.
Trump shares "very nice" letter from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un
"That he and his house judiciary committee called exempt some big decisions to make if we find criminal activity going on here we're going to have to refer that over to the attorney general's office and see what jeff sessions and his team will do with that strikes former fbi lover lisa page is scheduled to testify president trump twit tweeted out a letter this morning that he says he's received from north korean leader kim jong un in the letter dated july the sixth says that his meeting with trump in singapore was the start of a meaningful journey wound refers to trump as quote your excellency and says he extends his convictions that another meeting between the two leaders is in the future ktar is on the economy under governor doug ducey is way again on a new report showing why arezzo china is a top place for business simply put he's not surprised cnbc ranked arizona twentieth on it's best state for business lists up six spots from last year the governor tells ktar more people are moving here and for good reason we've created over a hundred and sixty thousand private sector jobs in the last three years and had three hundred companies were you locate tarazona right now see says there are more jobs available than there are people to fill them adding the key moving forward is not increasing taxes or regulations jeremy foster ktar news well if you're hoping to get to a build a bear location today to take advantage of the pay your age event you are out of luck the company now says they can't accept anymore guest at any of their us locations due to crowd and safety concerns at build a bear the third arizona diamondbacks player is going to be headed to the major league baseball all star game in washington later this month pitcher zack greinke he has been named as a replacement attendee for the game he replaces chicago cubs starter john lester who was unavailable to pitch into game because the cubs moved up one of his starts and pitched him too late before the all star game grank he joins fellow dbox paul goldschmidt and patrick corbin on the national league team that follows seven with traffic every six minutes here's larry lewis live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center bob we got double trouble now ten westbound we've got.
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"From the pentagon this morning and we learn to find out more about this plane that crashed in georgia yesterday nine servicemembers killed and elizabeth we now know that they were from the puerto rican national guard hey good morning joe guests they were from the puerto rican national guard this was a c one thirty really large aircraft this is a cargo plane that crashed right on a highway outside of the savannah international airport and the debris field is just massive two fields by two football fields really large area that they're going to have to come through and they're not going to release the names of these five servicemembers until their next of kin have been notified and they were on a mission to to retire this plane heading from savannah tarazona with where they typically retire old aircraft we don't know exactly how old this plane was but yes apparently this could be the last flight a really tragic way for it to end and the puerto rico national guard was actually using this plane during the hurricane season that just came through so this was a plane that was carrying necessary supplies generators to people who need that neither of them after the hurts they were helping get people out of out of puerto rico getting people out of the us virgin islands head of the hurricanes after the hurricanes there i and it was a real workhorse of a plane and four for its its final flight to to be so deadly just it's heartwrenching for for everybody i'm sure here involved absolutely and i mean you guys are also familiar in florida of this uptick in aviation accidents of military aviation accidents you had in key west to those naval aviators who passed away when there's f eighteen super hornet crashed and so this has been a unfortunately a trend that we're seeing in the military of a lot of these aviation incidents that we think could be related to the budget cuts that have only recently been restored through the new budget passed by congress recently and it leads to things like old aircraft lagging maintenance and less white hours for these pilots from the pentagon this morning abc's elizabeth mclaughlin on the latest on that plane crash in georgia.
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"Of view you want to prove a point sean you had to be honest with everything right you gotta be there's nothing wrong you've got to be honest with stuff yeah there's a lot of bad things that are happening in mexico is full of violence and full of horrible horrific situations that if you paint one side of the picture and there's a lot of bad like nothing good is coming from the massive amounts of drugs and illegal immigration all these things are happening but do we overstate at times yeah because it's it's it's the boogeyman side of things it is look we need to figure out how we do this california is a mess right california's a giant mess it really is and it's gonna continue to be as beautiful as california's been born and raised there spent most of my life there you know minus my my my move to tarazona and then in taxes and then the the decade or so i spent in europe is back and forth and i love california but it's not the state at i used to love doesn't represent me anymore at all it's on many people as i've talked to today out of the way that we don't need you were throwing you out we don't care all we want is your money we don't care about any of your ideas we don't care about how you believe california's mess why and they've allowed illegal immigration to overrun everything and they have put the the people that are here in this country illegally ahead of people who are taxpayers and it's frustrating and you see all the nastiness on television nasty is in mexico with the violence you see that stuff you see how bad it isn't water mollet honduras and and and all of these other places and you feel for those people and you ask yourself the question which never ever gets asked if you're a politician down there why in god's name are you happy to watch your countrymen and women flee or country will the t willing to take risk why are you not doing anything to fix your because corruption is so embedded in that culture in the political culture of mexico honduras el salvador guatemala it is so embedded inside whether it be through the federalize or whether it be the.
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"Goes after that eating it alec baldwin news at excellent acta and very funny is just an idiot you know some of these people like robert deniro in an area naked mole bunch them because that's hollywood that that just flat out idiots but they have a real talent and it it's you know nice to be goodlooking it's nice to have ability i don't know what these people will do otherwise so i've been watching back and forth all of this this talk on tariffs they knew tariffs and how they help a a world standing whether that old thin trump is leveraging new tariffs against the nafta agreement and i i listened carefully to both sides and i came away with the conclusion that i i'm going would trump because of his business accu men and with the advice was getting but then i hear the other side every have one of those debates is very bad for a talk show host to come on here instead he it's very difficult and then finally the difficulties cleared up and i've actually fall which trump is doing in spite of the injurious nature of what as transgressed here in terms of the stock market uh did that this is a net in futures are down again this isn't from i i there's no way i believe this was the big collapsed white think it's coming yeah i mean it it's come ever since clarke mike could was was started i just don't think this is the big laps it's a combination of interest rates what trump is saying which ultimately i think will not prove right on tariffs and the fact that we are flat out getting screwed by all these countries around the world in terms of the leveraging tariffs than they can threaten to put tarazona agwu is like china has like a russia as no exemptions canada is furious mexico is furious canada raff friends are come on i mean they are but you take.
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"The bedroom and that's it really that's just a picture of uh all of us that uh vernon well senior painting their vernon while senior doitforme everything else was in my office and unless you go downstairs split uh no i try to the you know keep my house as normal as possible um you know it it's it's a home it's not uh a museum i mean i want people to live in there which is a coup was piece of memorabilia you have uh i think the coolest things that i have is this stuff that the kids done for in school for me also nothing sportsrelated now just the the little little kids stuff uh the pottery with the handprint pays off like that uh i can't be your son looks exactly like you and of course a football he's lactose to yeah how good were you at football 'cause i know you son played football tarazona um i wish i had more footba first in baseball and we're you wide receiver at more yes woah how good where you uh like i said i had more offers the a football than baseball ohio state now oklahoma oh yeah but they didn't throw the football back then today uh the position switch for me oh if lodi on if all how stated off do you flute football scholarship i actually my brother went to a state he was there with uh uh vinnie clark in uh carlo snow in jeff graham and uh we'll see i think uh chris carter just graduated but chris was there a lot so uh you know i got a chance to go up there and watch uh the battle between uh.
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"Two his danish tarazona and are now about that on what it is yes i shipped cookies before but cheesecake cakes probably not a good shipping probably not and we we're going to get into swamp watch at the bottom of this hour supreme court actual win for uh for president trump and the travel ban we'll talk about that also democrats may be making the same mistake as they head into the 2018 midterms and the 2020 presidential election there mindset may not have changed they may not have learned from that glaring problem of focusing on all gender bathrooms and jaded razor handles all of that yeah did you see any of hillary clinton's interviews from today she's i mean sound of interview i heard some in julie's news i've done hearing about it well done hearing not entirely because i'm gonna play piece for you from the show today can't way anyway that's coming up in swap watch like she needs to get outlets i know what to book tour i know these are book availabilities and all thing but right if we gotta stop obsessing over what went wrong or what happened criticisms has been to the president like hey we you don't need to go like you're the guy you don't need to brain of only one silver what are you going to do now health so in what is she keeps saying she keeps want she wants to rehash soliciting over over and she doesn't get it she still doesn't get why she loss no anywhere reynolds are all about that what else is going time for what's happening this is an opportunity for us look at all.