21 Burst results for "Td Bank"

"td bank" Discussed on All The Smoke

All The Smoke

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"td bank" Discussed on All The Smoke

"Like this. He's like, yeah, so I was in the Olympics. What are you looking at diabetic? Are you twisting? Eyes is crossing. She's like a nigga with a shit in front of me. I'm like, it was crazy. They keep going back and forth still. To this day. The funniest shit was at the top 75 when Zeke went over there and whispered something to magic. And he walked off and Mike walked behind him and they just both turned around laughing and somebody did voice-over. And it was talking like they were talking about that shit was so bad. And then she was hilarious, bro I didn't see that. Album, you can listen to with no skips. Oh, I'll be here with you with those tips. I want to say Jay-Z reasonable doubt because I learned more from that album that I probably learned from my father. Like that shit told me how to run the streets. I told me how to hustle. That's what we have in business. That's what you about relationships that are going to fail, how to deal with people going to betray you. Should have went trip. Should have went triple platinum. And it's just like, even listening back to it now. You're like, yo, fam. The amount of stuff you learned in that album, just prepare you for life. And if not that album, I have to go with outcasts AT aliens. There's an amazing album, they fucking killed it. And as a New York person, this is the people from the south. Yeah, that says a lot. I remember it sold out in The Bronx to deer dropped. Really? The album was like, I remember I was going through things in life, and I wouldn't really got me through a lot of stuff. So shout out to Alcatraz. I was on a heavy Jay-Z bin. I was just telling jelani like three months ago, we're all he was dropping so much. Jay-Z's been dropping joints at people were like, they're whack, but if you don't have the life Jay-Z has, you don't understand it. He has that song Holy Grail. He's like, I can't go to the store with my daughter without paparazzi popping up. If you work at TD bank, you don't know what the fuck he's talking about. Man, Jason Simmons. Me. You know what I'm saying? I can't take my daughter so I don't have a daughter. But you know what I mean? You know, you get the paparazzi.

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"td bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 7 months ago

"td bank" Discussed on WTOP

"Situations WTO two 55 money news 25 and 55 to Jeff claw That was down 480 points as one and a half percent The S&P 500 Index is down 51 That's a 1% loss the NASDAQ down 92 just over a half percent A pledge by European Union countries to spend more on defense is boosting local defense contractors stocks Northrop Grumman up as much as 5% General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin both up as much as 4% TD bank is making its biggest acquisition ever paying 13 and a half $1 billion to buy Memphis based first horizon bank TD bank has 20 branches in the D.C. area first horizon has none here It was founded during the Civil War in 1864 D.C.'s Glover park neighborhood has its whole foods back Almost 5 years after it was temporarily closed over a landlord dispute The Glover park whole foods is also one of the first in the nation with cashierless payments technology Jeff label WTO news Thank you Jeff Keep it here on WTO night has fallen on Ukraine and sirens are sounding once again in the capital of Kyiv Also the Ukraine peace talks with Russia didn't get a breakthrough We'll have all of the details coming up two 56 You know my mother always used to say it's a thinking that gets you in trouble This is Dave Johnson thinking of selling your home but then the thoughts overwhelm you Like I've been there before paralysis by analysis That's why I suggest you do what I did and connect with Jennifer young of Jennifer young Holmes A great way to do that is coming up on Wednesday march 2nd and.

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"td bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"td bank" Discussed on WTOP

"Circle K how convenient Money news in 25 and 55 now over to Jeff claw 25 minutes into the first trading day of a new week the Dow is down 414 points as a one and a quarter percent loss the S&P 500 Index is down 40 that's 1% the NASDAQ's down 72 points It's about a half percent loss TD bank is making its biggest acquisition ever paying 13 and a half $1 billion to buy Memphis based first horizon bank TD bank has about 20 branches in the D.C. area first horizon has non here It was founded during the Civil War in 1884 1864 D.C.'s Glover park neighborhood has its whole foods back almost 5 years after a temporarily closed over a landlord dispute The Glover park whole foods is also one of the first in the nation with cashierless payment technology Is still on shelves at Virginia liquor stores so is smirnoff ABC stores have removed 7 Russian source vodka brands but stolen is actually made in Latvia Smirnoff is made by global liquor maker diageo which also makes kettle one Jeff claywell Thanks Jeff up ahead here on WTO And a rare emergency session of the UN General Assembly meets this hour they'll talk about Russia's invasion of Ukraine 9 56 Bill Murphy the assistant director of the apprenticeship program at nica ibe local 26 On his advice on joining the apprenticeship program sponsored by IBW local 26 Some days will be better than others Some jobs will be better than others but that each of them possesses a challenge and a skill that needs to be learned a problem that needs to be solved a goal that has to be attained and to get up every day with the idea that you are going to make today better than yesterday And follow us through with it Listen to the entire discussion on WTO dot com Search IBW local 26 Attention DMV area contractors isn't it time to simplify your electrical needs If you're looking for well trained and reliable craftsmen.

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"td bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:07 min | 7 months ago

"td bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Short and the mets of higher 25 year old Elizabeth Ben to be their director of major league operations she had been working in the MLB office John stash hour Bloomberg sports Nathan Okay John thank you 6 37 on Wall Street time to take a look at stocks and some of the names moving in the pre market with Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent creedy goofed on another morning where geopolitics are front and center creedy What are you seeing this morning Yeah geopolitics weren't center If I quickly break some deal news though first TD the Canadian bank tranche dominion to buy first horizon the ticker here is FHN excuse me for about $25 a share FHN shares are surging in the pre market up 32% Looks like off that deal news but Nathan to your point the real news here is going to be those geopolitical tensions Let's start with the geopolitical hedges in particular as we know this Russia and Ukrainian war was creating a big bid in defense companies over the weekend Olaf schulz the German Chancellor saying they're going to be ramping up their defense committing about 2% of their GDP to their defense budget in 2024 spending a lot of money on ramping that up And so you do see some of the major American defense export companies Lockheed Martin for example catching a bid LMT as your ticker up 4.4% a similar story with Raytheon RTX is your ticker there up four and a half percent You're also seeing a bid into energy stocks American energy stocks that have a lot more domestic exposure Occidental is the one that comes to mind Nathan O X your ticker up 1% Well you got to think though that companies with exposure to Russia are going to be hitting getting hit really hard this morning Really hard and a great example when you're speaking of oil companies that not all oil companies are created equal BP is a great example of that It is looking to offload its 20% stake in the state oil giant rosneft down 7.3% in its 80 hours trading in the pre market but it's not just that You have a lot of American companies that have exposure there as well Coca-Cola for example about 21% of their revenue comes from or excuse me 21% of their volume comes from Russia and Ukraine combined You do see that stock down 1% KO was the ticker Also keep an eye on McDonald's MCD is your ticket It's up 7 tenths of a percent a little bit of light trading in that stock right now but it also gets 9% of its revenue once again from Russia and Ukraine It's 7th largest presence is actually in Russia So keep an eye on that stock In other story here is going to be Philip Morris p.m. as your ticker down 1.6% They get 7% of their revenue from Russia So once again a common theme when it comes to consumer Staples stocks All right Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent pretty good They're going to be keeping an eye on all those stocks throughout the morning I'm sure in taking a look at the market as a whole as we get set for what could be a very bumpy Monday morning open S&P futures are now down 62 points down futures down 426 NASDAQ futures are lower by a 194 points the ten year treasury up 1430 seconds the yield 1.91% yield on the two year 1.50% The ruble down more than 16% at 98.925 to the dollar You're listening.

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"td bank" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:04 min | 11 months ago

"td bank" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Only on Paramount plus. So the biggest surprise on Monday night was Illinois losing at marquette. That was followed on Tuesday night, Michigan losing at home to Seattle. I know what happened to Illinois. I was on a plane while it was happening, but I read all about it and even wrote about it as the lead to Tuesday morning top 25 and one. As you know, and I guess I should have pointed this out earlier. It's the reason I'm sitting in a hotel room in Charleston, South Carolina, as opposed to my studio back home. I was in TD bank arena tonight for North Carolina at college of Charleston. Still got the CVS jacket on, by the way. Love it. Look at that. Like the gym Nats of college basketball podcast. Love it. I'm often referred to as the gymnasts of college basketball, podcast. Okay. People often refer to me that often. Nobody's ever referred to me that way. What's funny about sideline reporting is you go to a game and people see you completely differently. To some people I'm there. This isn't true for all sideline reporters just the gymnasts of college basketball podcast style reporters. I'm walking around the building and you know every once in a while. It's like a GP, where's dead leg? Shelves to Devon Downey. And then to everybody else, I'm just the ugliest sideline reporter the idea I've ever seen. It's a weird dynamic, you know? It's a blessed gig, though. I'd say about 5% of the people are like, that's GP. GP, can I get a picture? And about 95% of the people are like, why is that ugly guy the sideline reporter? It's a tough deal. Be so hard on yourself. That's not the point. The point is this. I didn't see anything really. It happened on Tuesday night. Other than North Carolina, college of Charleston, we'll get to that in a minute, but obviously the big result was Michigan losing at home to Seattle. That's a nightmare for the top 25 and one by the way. And you haven't even started that by the way. This is an absolute nightmare for the top 25 and one. If I can be completely transparent as that game was going down the stretch, our producer nada kanada Edwards texted me and was like, man, we got way too load of a podcast for Tuesday night right now in a Michigan loss would not improve things. And I said, that's right. We would not be opposed to a Michigan win at this stage of the evening. And it did not go that way. So we'll go with that game first. We got the we got the little tyron down below, and then I'll get to what happened with Illinois and marquette on Tuesday night. My CBS sports app alerted me to the fact that on this little push alert seat in all the feats of Michigan, the pirates first non conference road win ever. Over a top 5 team great on the hall for that. That's good stuff. We love to see it. And in fact, it was seating halls. This is just a Tyler, calva Russo. He tweeted at sitan hall's biggest roadkill. I like that since it took down fourth ranked Syracuse. So the highest win over ranked team regardless of venue for the hall since two thousand credits a price sake and he was wonderful. Seat and all's defense was fantastic. I know Michigan fans watching this and listening to this podcast, you're going to be supremely frustrated with some of the officiating. I don't want to hear it. You're the fourth ranked team in America. You're at home, you win that game. Didn't get it done. There were some big foul shots made at the end by Bryce, which I thought were pretty big overall. And man, Eli Brooks, mister runner was 16 seconds to go, Dickinson was just out of position for the rebound. Ike oba got the got the board, Aiken went one or two at the line, and then Michigan had a chance to send it to OT, Jared roden fowle, Terence Williams on a pump fake from just inside the three point line. He missed the first foul shot banked in the second that was it. And this is the first this is the first top 5 team to lose this season. Michigan's the first top 20 team to lose on its home floor to an unranked opponent this season. The big east is now four and O in the gavit games four and O real quick recap on what we're looking at here with this. Seating hall, 67 65, we'll get to market Illinois. Providence won against Wisconsin 63 58 and then earlier on Tuesday, and I create in one 77, 69 over Nebraska, just a quick note on that. Nebraska's not that good. It lost Trey McGowan's, it's best player to a broken foot. Things get worse for Nebraska. Biggie's forno in the gavit games. There are four more to go. Michigan state butler St. John's Indiana, Ohio State Xavier, Rutgers at the poll. It's not unthinkable that the Big Ten could even this, but no one thought the big east would be four. In fact, as I look at that, at least three of those biggie's teams were dogs in those games. So I know you didn't see any of the game GP because you were on duty, which we'll get to with UNC and Charleston in just a few here. But hell of a win for the big east. The Big Ten? How about this? Is yet now we're only 8 nights into the season. I get this. Big Ten doesn't have a win yet over a power conference program as a league. Yet to win a game over NCAA tournament worthy kind of team relatively surprising. Michigan loses at home, as you said, it's a disaster. It's a disaster. It's a disaster for the top 25 and one, and listeners and viewers let me explain to you why. We still have probably at least 25 more minutes to go on this podcast. Paris is going to have to fly home in the morning before he does that. He has to file that top 25 O one, so it's fresh for thousands upon thousands of eager eyes and he's got to figure out where the hell to put Michigan after it loses at home to an unranked seat and hall team. Who, by nature of GP's daily rankings, the only reliable ones in the sport, I can promise you, seton hall will be ranked when you wake up and read those rankings on Wednesday morning. Self stressed out. I swear to you, I didn't even know that Michigan lost the game until I got back to my hotel.

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"td bank" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

"In the uk I'd then went onto a bank in hong kong went into healthcare in singapore and ultimately back in the us. I worked for Cigna for about nine years and you know. A religious saw this great opportunity to join tv about six years ago. Ultimately i went to canada When i first started with the bank in iran brand in customer experience than you know to your point in your opening points it it's just been a highlight. A career highlight works per company. Who so deeply believes in both brands as well as customer experience and really understands. I think the connection between the two recognizing new. Your brand is the aspiration that you set but also customer experience relate is the delivery of fat so as just a terrific company to work for and like i said we just have great passionate around to our customers both in canada as well as in the. Us terrible over the past eighteen months. Marketing has certainly been the spotlight at most financial institutions are needed to create and promote a distance that we're both responsive to new marketing dynamics that were related to the pandemic. How did td bank monitor the shifts and consumer behavior and their expectation changes and how these lorries reflected in both campaigns and customer experience at td bank. Yeah you know i. there have been so many chefs. You the first one that i always think about really is just the acceleration of digital adoption. And mackenzie has this On inspiring statistic that says that digital adoption walton had five years just eight weeks at the beginning of the pam town next so you know for td for companies around the globe. I think we really had to figure out. The second area is has always been important. That is around. Franck her best and what we saw at the beginning of the pans. Now mac continues to thrive Even you know eighteen months later is just a sec. Speculation that consumers have around working Doing business with the company whose values matched their own and similarly from an employee n. colleague perspective calling a work shirt company whose values matched their own and so corpus has never been more important to end. You know to me. it's no longer. simply something. Some companies differentiate themselves on it is every company has to be purpose driven To have a sustainable future. So i think there have been and many other so many other trends whether it's the move to virtual. Td one of the things that we do internally we believe deeply in kind of infusing the culture internally and so we have a huge reward and recognition program that we call the wow awards and you know this year and and last actually we did virtual wars and we had set almost fifteen thousand colleagues in the us. Dial in virtually but what was great about it is typically. We did those person and so this year. Our colleagues got to bring their families than you know really share with the broader group. So i think there are a lot of things that endure well beyond The pandemic and that will make us better and and more thoughtful for both our customers as well as our colleagues. So it's interesting for those of you on the listening to podcasts. At may not be familiar with td bank. They acquired commerce bank and number of years ago but one thing to commerce bank was really really strong and was not only the brand experience but the community experience. They were known for hand out pens. Dog biscuits participate in every neighborhood. Prayed and no for the friendliness so over the years you know one of the question. I used to ask people that showed up a confrontation from. Td bank how do you create that level of emotion in a digital banking experience. Went branches continually dropping. So how do what is the secret to your success. As far as really bringing that that warm fuzzy feeling that t- that commerzbank was known for into a td bank digital banking experience. Yeah i wasn't here honestly during commerce bank days but I know that you know a lot of what they brought to. The cultures still endorsed today. I think it's important to start with the fact that you know. We continue to be a leader in retail convenience. As you sent we have a lot of you know what we consider to be kind of legacy proof points so things like you know longer in weekend hours having more locations dog biscuits you know where people can can bring their dog into the store before that was kind of in fashion. Now we see that everywhere and our pens and just an interesting story about our pens. We continue to give out many many many pans But just recently we actually have now started making down from recycling ball water bottles so that we make sure that we're really focusing on the environment and doing the right thing while still giving out those things that our customers have come to expect. In fact i started. When i moved back from singapore i moved to philadelphia and Didn't know tv as well. And because i'd always lived in places other than the east coast. And the way that i i got to know of. Td was through the pants. Every restaurant every cabdriver. That would hand out. A pen was like. Oh it's td bank so Definitely it makes the difference Store still are part of our strategy. A lot of her acquisition still happens in stores and we do know that. There's a time when people just prefer face to face. Interactions tends to be when they're seeking guidance or advice typically for more complex transactions. And i think contrary to popular belief even younger consumers when they're doing something like you know taking on a mortgage for the first time. They actually want to sit across the desk from someone to make sure that they understand us so we continue to believe you know that's an important part of our channel strategy at the same time. I think there's no doubt as you said that consumer preferences in habits changing many that are in sachse accelerated by covert which we talked about eighty eight percents of our own customers say that online mobile online were mobile. Banking is the most important aspect of convenience stores continued to be high over seventy percent for us. And so what we've done is continued to really invest in technology making sure that we're aligned with consumer expectations of online experiences. So you know there is more emphasis than ever on things. Like speed and ease You know consumers care for example. How many steps. It takes them to apply online so we do things like conversion on also looking to see like where people dropping out in going into those break points and making sure that we're addressing any challenges. But i think you know to the heart of your question as well as how do you. Retain a brand positioning of unexpectedly human across different different channels and for us independent of channel. We believe that our people and our conversational brand. Which is how we describe. Our brandon are really vital to the overall customer experience and so we really looked to put in what would be considered a human touch into any channel tv dot com mobile et cetera and religious kind of takeout lands.

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"td bank" Discussed on While They Nap

While They Nap

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on While They Nap

"You know for the eighteen seventeen eighteen. Now's the moms that are in that group you know not all seventeen. Eighteen thousand are or are actively participating. Most of those people are watching the watching to see how we manage and make sure that the space remain safe because if we left up a homophobic post. What that says to mom is okay. Well this is not a speech safe. Space for me has an a member of lgbtq community. And i would hate that and then for me. I'm a brand person right. I'm very protective of the name on the side. Tease whenever biggest sponsors. Td bank and they'd sponsor all the rights like i'm like rocketed you. Is you want to go away. Yeah so it's very much to it like it's brand management but it's also no the goal is always keeping this safe-space safe space and this space safe. Very i was. I was like i'm gonna make it but you know and that's why like people just like you know you continue to grow and numbers and how we go to monetize them like it's not started its function and its purpose of like a monetize it. Somehow i'm the site people like i don't. I don't get paid to run the nonprofit organization much to the surprise of many people. But i do that on purpose. Because i never want people to think that any of my decisions are dictated based off money when he doesn't drive the don't chase money and she's opportunities build relationships so when i get a room with the ceo maple leaf foods. And he's like. I'm used to my mom. I'm listening great. Who is basically helped. Write the childcare budget in his in with former prime ministers because her main is on buildings because her husband found in mccain foods. I'm this light. You know what i wanna. I wanna childcare center having current my in on my side is is really really important. Yeah john it's like. I'm not going to get paid the i don't wanna be abmc's executive director. I wanna read the book. I wanted to i want to i wanna have. Emc hubs around the world. I want buildings. I want a town welfare agency. I'm like i a big lofty goal by in mood of dollars. I don't. I don't have time for small eddie vase. I was like if it's not benefiting the moms don't do it and was like end has hard as it is because like a right i speak i single parents in a long distance relationship is a ton of things that i could be doing but blames the When the time comes for me to hand it off to someone because they're paid well to do so then will be time for me to move on in shifts. You know what. I'm doing but Until this like no. We're going to build relationships authentically companies. Who who see what we're doing and see value and who we are and they're big right. There's banks unilever laurie. Alec those are apply. Say like we see what you're doing. We vetted you were willing to put our name alongside yours. I'm like okay so we're not just facebook group you know haven't been for a while but it's it's a slow climb like it's been valuable that is and sigma credible. Wow that's incredible but you know you saw the vision and it's it's crazy because some people only see the overnight success of some and don't see where you've planted the seed and of continued to nurture it and water it and put in that those countless hours of work and it's funny that you said that like it's even though it's a facebook group the branding still important because that's still going to be the hub of your entire enterprise in the pierre interesting heartbeat writer. Anything else is stems flick. I only get into ruins because that number twenty thousand impresses people again. I'm not but i'm han advantage of once. I'm in that room. i'm this like. I don't have a problem with them in the room. I'm this lake is just reaching the right person who will be out. Get me to what i need to get to you and it's like i'm working on it. I'm working through it. This things that come by way we say yes to we know too But i think it's the site. I think i want people to understand that i'm building a couple of things I believe in authenticity. I believe in transparency. And i believe in legacy and mike i want. Bmc to outlive my grandchildren. It's the one hundred years old and it's not gonna be. I'm not putting all this work for it to die. Because infighting or people can focus on dislike. Doesn't benefit the moss. If you cannot answer that question with an enthusiastic yes. It's i adore you. Do inspiring like xm really inspiring like. Oh my gosh. Like head over heels. And i don't know i i'm already so we're both shannon. I already so moved by what you've done with. Amc both because we've benefited from being a part of it but also you know again now. Hearing about what's what's in store it's amazing. It's so incredible. So i mean i hope i'm sure you hear it all the time about like you know what you've done is still outstanding but we do really thank you for it because it's it's such an incredible community and again has such great potential so we're superstock whether it becomes the one last thing that i that i am super enthralled by you for is your passionate about black. Children under mental health.

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"td bank" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"This shutdown so the entrepreneurial spirit i think is still strong and always very resilient so would that disruption you are going to see new business formations continue does the delta variant change activity. Have you seen any difference over the past couple of weeks as that has become more prominent force in conversation. Yeah i think it'll have a businesses and entrepreneurs kind of press the pause button a little bit to see how this plays out There's a lot of obvious unknowns there but there is an effort to deploy the capital that they've had through the stimulus that they saved to expand their businesses. But i think they're going to be a little bit cautious to see how this plays out. Chris how's the credit quality of your loan book Look here. I mean i. I've been pleasantly surprised that you know the the number of bankruptcies although we did see a number retail once early in the pandemic brooks brothers and others. It seems like the government support has kind of really been important. Played a big part house. You're your kind of credit. Quality near loan book looked. it's actually outperformed what we thought the downside from what our risk models would say and i would say when we talk the clients early on in the pandemic when they were doing their projections downside projections the actual performance outperformed with their downside was whether they took a more conservative approach and appropriately so as to td in many banks We are seeing that performance. be stronger than we anticipated. All right chris. Thanks so much for joining us. We really appreciate getting your thoughts getting a good look at small and midsize market from alone perspective chris. Gmo head of commercial banking for td bank. President might having some week in the halls of congress this week. Five hundred fifty billion dollar infrastructure.

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"td bank" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on Animal Radio

"I know california's much. Different than washington is for fleas. But you can do it. You can't talk to them Most time they kinda turn a deaf ear unless you give them a consequence that's enough that they'll actually pay attention to like. I'll get you all dead unless you pay attention california. I lived in california for a while. And i'll tell you those guys just are like we don't care what you do. We have so many. We don't care. Paul her you wonderful. I've got quick question. How how short should nails clipped. And i know there. I think clipper you can buy. Impact areas or pet stores Is that something that the owner you know providing. There's not too much trouble in my hands. Or whatever that i could Successfully drummer hernia. his nails. I'm sorry. I mean it really depends on the person and the kitty And i that's one reason why with kittens. I love to get them used to having their nails trimmed. Which human tonio number Neighbors fingernail clippers. Because that's just really quick easy to control. You can do it by yourself without a lot of restraint and you can get them used to that. Feeling of having their nails handled when they're young but as an adult There's all different styles. Of neil tremors for me the most important thing is having a A cat that you know is restrained. That's not going to hurt themselves. So for some cats it may be restraint may be sitting on their bum with their feet in the air with buddha bell facing up and you just chairman their neil and they may be cool with that but if not then i usually recommend to have a second person kinda help distract and just make sure that the key is staying in one position so you don't accidentally cut into the sensitive part of the nail which will set off a bad experience and kind of worse than your chance that you're going to be able to in the future but i mean you can go to short the guidelines to really look into what we call the nail for the quick and the quick is darker area that runs through the nail that has the blood vessel and the nerve in there. So as long as you're staying a few millimeters away from that and not getting too short. Your cat shouldn't feel anything other than just that little bit of pressure the way i recommend to help them feel more. Comfortable is to when i when i hold haw. I'm right handed. So i put the trimmers and my right hand and i hold on to say the with my left. I use my thumb to press on the top of the nail. And i'm actually going to press it kinda like i'm extracting the nail the cat's like did you neal's going out so i'm actually pressing on the top. The neil stick the claw out and then that keeps it from moving so the key won't move. The nail doesn't move. I trim the nail. I released that chou and they go to the next show again and then on top of it. So if you keep that pressure on the top of the individual nail as you're trimming in you know you'll you'll feel more comfortable and you have better control as you're doing that. Trump airlines have just reduced their prices even more book thirty days in advance and save big. Want the absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then call low cost airline travel hotline right now for prices so low. We can't publish them anywhere. The only way to access our low rates and save up to percent is to call save hundreds on your vacation tickets by calling right now. You can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline tickets. Boca flight today to london. Paris madrid or anywhere else. You wanna go and pay a lot. Less guaranteed call the international travel department right now at low cost airlines eight hundred nine five eight five three zero six eight hundred nine five eight five three. Oh six eight hundred nine five eight five three zero six. That's eight hundred nine. Five eight fifty three. Oh six kenny lewis. Stephen miller band just want to tell everybody out there on animal radio. Thanks for loving your pets now. An animal radio news brief. This is an employer that i would like to work for in an effort to keep employees happy. Some companies are now offering discounted pet insurance firms like sc johnson. Td bank and travelocity provide discounted health coverage for workers pets through pet plan. Pet insurance pet plan has seen tremendous growth in this area. Voluntary benefits co ceo. Chris ashton said that in this struggling economy employers are increasingly looking for low cost option to keep their employees happy noting pay-cuts heavy workloads high health insurance costs and reduced 401k. Matches john brennan managing director and employer consultancy towers. Watson said companies are just trying to find ways to appeal to the workforce. You know what this is one. That would work for me. I'm stacey.

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"td bank" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

"Years in a row the best innovative bank in the in the business and again it's an environmental and it's great talk with you and talk more about td. I hope you have a great day. Thank you. Jim has been great being here with you today. You know it was great. Having a conversation with john thomas from td bank. As i mentioned at the beginning of the broadcast. I'm very familiar with td bank with my time in canada and in kansas different environment. There's a lot of focus has been a lot of homes for decades on data analytics segment insights and the way this being used in the innovation world is wealth. Td obviously is an organization that is ahead of the curve compared to a lot of other traditional financial institutions. But i think he gave a lot of insights to all sides organization. It's as to. How can they do better with data analytics in moving forward to serve the digital needs of the consumer thanks for listening to banking transform. Raise top-five five banking podcast by apple. I generally appreciate the support you provided since we started this endeavor corey year and a half ago. If you enjoy what we're doing please be sure to subscribe to banking transform on your favorite podcast up. In addition take thirty to forty five seconds to show us some love in the form of review. It means the world to me but also it allows us to get more great guests like we do today and check out my research on digital transformation the future of banking retail banking innovation and the changing dynamics of financial marketing as part of the digital patriot report. This been a production as evergreen podcast. A special thank you to our producer. Leland break audio engineers. Sean rule hoffman and video. producer will prints. I'm jim bruce until next time. Make every day learning experience..

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"td bank" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Senator Jose Menendez would allow voters to choose whether they want to change their clocks twice a year or do away with daylight saving. No one has given me a good reason why we should continue going back and forth doing observing this thing, plenty of states over Stop doing this madness. But his bill does not address time zones, and that is complicated. Similar bills that have been filed in Texas, two states, Arizona and Hawaii have done away with daylight saving. Margo Moreno NEWS radio 1200 W O AI, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants a multiple stock companies to answer questions following the suspension of certain Wall Street trades. Paxton issued 13 civil investigative demands to companies including TD Bank, E Trade, TD Ameritrade and Robin Hood, saying they can't limit public access to the free market. Action says it stinks of corruption for the companies to coordinate in hopes of keeping their market dominance going. The see ideas were issued after a reddit group encourage people to buy games Stop shares, pushing it up 950% this month, two families they're suing a San Antonio funeral home for switching the bodies of two women who died 10 days apart in November. The relatives of 85 year old Catalina Cervantes and 88 Year old Mary Lou Salinas are seeking more than a million dollars in damages and two separate lawsuits. Lawyer for Mission Park Funeral Chapel claims one of the families misidentified the remains of their mother and didn't notice even during an open casket funeral. The second family reportedly pointed out the problem of $540 Million.64 story tower plan for a site overlooking Ladybird Lake would be Austin second tallest high rise groundbreaking set for April of next year. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio. 1200 Wook. I on my heart radio. I'm Eric. Like, um NewsRadio 1200 W away. I From the W away I traffic center. Well, good afternoon could expect construction blocking the connecting roadway there on Leslie, for 10 North found it how we want to be one and the same project is actually causing issues on her 1 51 eastbound, deadly portent as well. Don't expect five minute travel time on highway 90 heading inbounded, however, 1 51 to I 35 if you see any traffic problems called to 10785 26 Year one. I'm federal Excuse. Ready out 100 W o EI Great start. More more sunshine. Today we're headed.

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"td bank" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on KTRH

"58 at the ktrh top tax defenders 24 hour Weather Center Ktrh News Time is fora won the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants multiple stock companies to answer some questions following the suspension of certain Wall Street trades. Actually issued 13 civil investigation demands to companies including TD Bank, ETrade, TD Ameritrade and Robin Hood, saying they can't limit public access to the free market accidents it it stinks of corruption, but the companies to coordinate in the hopes of keeping their market dominance going Earth. County deputies say an investigation is underway in a KT apartment complex after shooting killed a man and injured a five year old. The shooting happened on West Green Little Bar near Taylor High School when the suspect opened fire on a man but no word yet on a motive. The five year old was grazed by a bullet but is expected to be okay. The man was airlifted to the hospital but died soon afterward. Third person from the Houston area charged in this month's break into the U. S. Capitol, Wilmer Alvarado faced a federal judge Friday afternoon, according to court documents. Alvarado's picture appeared an official FBI postings seeking information on those photographs and during the riot. Alvarado was then interviewed by a local television station here in Houston about said appearance in that FBI bulletin in that interview, according to court documents. It's alleged Alvarado quote admitted to flying Washington, D. C. Alvarado, then call the FBI himself, saying he never went inside the Capitol building. Rather, he said, he stood on the balcony waving a flag that according to the government is a lie, too. Sandal two's Brandon Walker reporting, Congress is going to pay tribute to fallen Capitol Police officer Brian Sick, Nick Cyclic Global lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda On Tuesday evening, there will be a viewing period and congressional tribute before he's buried in Arlington National Cemetery. He died after being hit with a fire extinguisher. During the capital protests. Ktrh news time is 403 newly appointed Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Extending his gratitude to the National Guard Brian Shook reports on Friday, Austin made an impromptu stop it the capital and thanked troops for their dedication and service. He added that the Department of Defense has their backs. Thousands of National Guard members have been patrolling Washington D. C. Since violent demonstrators stormed the capital on January 6th. I'm Brian shook the Pentagon and FEMA working on a deal to distribute covert 19 vaccines to Americans. States that military personnel will be helping to administer nearly half a million vaccines a day calls for deployment of 10,000 troops and 100 sites. Ktrh news time is 404. Well, no need to panic. Chucky. The killer doll is not on the loose in Texas. Some residents here First surprised hers, even amber alert informing them that characters from the child's play Syriza's were missing and Henderson, Texas, turns out that the faulty amber alert claimed the suspect named Chucky, wearing overalls and wielding a knife was missing. Turns out that that was simply a test. Which is never have gone out to the public news, undermanned at ktrh dot com. Our next updates could be at 4 30. Breaking information is that happens now. Mork Coast to Coast..

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"td bank" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on KTRH

"Afternoon. The shooting happened on West Green Boulevard, Your tailor high school when a suspect opened fired on a man, But there's no word yet on why a five year old was grazed by a bullet but is expected to be okay. Man was airlifted to the hospital but died soon after. The body of a missing Texas A and M Galveston student may have been found human remains were discovered during a search on Pelican Island. Today, University and Galveston Police have been looking for Maritime Academy cadet Brandon Pelosky, who was last seen Wednesday afternoon. All this comes after authorities say they discovered the body of another student inside one of the dorm rooms on Thursday. The two deaths are not believe. To be related. GOP group is launching a million dollar billboard campaign calling on senators Ted Cruz and Josh Holly to resign in the aftermath of the January 6 Capital protests. Sarah Bartlett has that story. One Billboard ad from the Republican Accountability Project reads. You lied about the election, the Capitol was attacked, Senator Cruz resign along with the Texas senator, They're looking to oust Missouri's Josh Holly and about 10 House members, including minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Devin Nunes, Matt Gates and Marjorie Taylor Greene. The group also plans to air TV ads in each of the target's congressional districts and states, tying their actions to the riot. Sarah Bartlett reporting as Senator Cruz, for his part tells Ktrh Is Michael Bury the far left has taken over Congress, led by Congresswoman Alexandria. A Casio court tends She is effectively the Senate majority leader because Chuck Schumer is absolutely terrified of being primary to go from the left. He has seen other Democrat primary from the left and lose, and so whatever she wants, Schumer is willing to dance. Cortes recently tweeted that cruise and others who challenge the election results tried to kill her quote unquote by inciting the U. S Capitol break in Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants multiple stock companies to answer questions following the suspension of certain Wall Street trades. Paxton issued 13 civil investigative demands to companies including TD Bank E Trade, TD Ameritrade and Robin Hood, saying they can't limit public access to the free market. Paxton says it stinks of corruption. Military could soon be giving almost half a million covert 19 shots a day. Two civilians at vaccination centers across the country. That's according to a draft agreement between the Pentagon and FEMA. The report says it calls for deployment of 10,000 troops. For 100 sites. And frontline workers at Texas Children's Hospital here in Houston are getting a bonus from the boss. The president CEO Mark Wallace, is giving full time employees. Ah $500 stipend and part time workers will get $250 a reward for what he calls their unwavering strength.

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"td bank" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I stopped at walmart on the way to the game and got like a scorebook for baseball. And i taught myself i learned on the fly. I made notes on one interview questions to ask. I went back to the newsroom. In i wrote a story completely cold Off of that. High school game. And i just i loved it i was. I was hooked. That internship was life changing For six months and then this was in two thousand nine. I was a junior in college of philadelphia. Phillies were good series. Eight and then in owed nine They couldn't put me on with full-time gig at this job. So as a reward for for being an intern they let me go cover a phillies game for the first time was affiliate versus the cardinals and i was in the press box. I was in the locker room. I wrote like three or four stories off of one baseball game. Because i was so excited and it was just kind of it was tantalizingly great. It was just a teaser And then not to talk too much about myself. I got a job out of college. Working for the pennsylvania democratic house campaign committee the long way of saying that i was like the assistant. Speech writer and researcher for pennsylvania state house candidates running for office in two thousand ten Democrats got their butts. Be every hour. And i thought that would get me a job. It didn't So i was unemployed and my parents and it sounds made up. My parents house burnt down the house. I grew up in in october. Thousand eight so. I was unemployed. Living in a hotel with my parents. Sorry twenty ten living with my parents. And so i decided to apply for every single job. That was available to get the heck out of my parent's house sheriff. I got hired at the new britain herald as a high school sports writer for twenty five thousand dollars a year. I got a little one bedroom apartment That was a thousand dollars. A month barely was able to make enough money to pay stern. But i needed to get the heck out of dodge and You know. I just kind of worked my way up in and made a little bit of living there and It was a really good home base in twenty twelve because my research. That's the year. That i went to see bruce at td bank at the center in albany at the prudential center in newark at gillette stadium at the excel centre in twice at citizens bank park came back to philly and i realized that being in connecticut i get boston. You're get to new york. So that's like a great place to be for springsteen and then luckily i was able to thousand fourteen to come back to philly and get a job doing what i was doing for affiliate publication. I was able to get back close to my parents and my sister and everybody in so. That's that's where. I am now. So i wanna go just a little bit and i know we talked about. You said that you you. You're used to doing sports Podcast and you're excited about. But i can't let you be here without talking just a little bit just fascinated you know march everything shuts down your sports writer and all of a sudden sports is dead. Like what what. Were your thoughts about that in in in however your paper doing like when all of the nba shuts down all sudden. It's domino's talk a little bit about that. Now was a free day. I'm going to get the date wrong. It was march. I wanna say twelve thirteen fourteen f..

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"td bank" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"td bank" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We've seen the use of these notes growing rapidly. Keys were really using a lot of them. Let's talk. Tell the audience about some of the notes that we've been using a new idea of what the risk is what the potential return is. Yeah, like this note a lot. It's a four year income note issued by TD Bank and what it does is it tracks the S and P 500, the Russell 2000 and the NASDAQ and it has an 8.6% coupon, which is 2.15% paid quarterly. Quarterly coupon will be paid as long as none of the three underlying indexes are down over 30% from their initial values. Should one of the indexes be down over this barrier, The Cooper will be skipped for that quarter. After the three month no call period. The note maybe called prior to maturity at the end of any given quarter, and should this occur, You'll receive 100% of your principal along with any coupon. Do If the note reaches maturity as long as none of the three underlying indexes air down over 40% from their initial values, you receive 100% of your principal. As well as any coupon do If one of the index is down over the 40%. You will have a 1 to 1 downside exposure. Right. So let's talk about if we had bought this note on January 1st 220 Um, we would call what happened. March the market crashed, right. So I believe the Russell 2000 was down over 30%. And so you would have missed a coupon. Right, but then by the next quarter You're back in business. The indexes came back and now you're getting your interest again. And at the pace we're going right now. By the end of the year, you would have wind up making you know three of the four coupons and you would have got 6.45% over one year. In a year where the market is extremely volatile. The Dow Jones is actually down. You know, the the S and P 500 is up. Probably about maybe 6%. I gotta check, but you know, you would have pretty much tracked with the market did But think about how much less rescue had right and less volatility. There was so In a year where you had a net pick. Market crash? Yeah, you lost the quarter worth of interest, right? Not the end of the world. You still want to make it 6.45 for the year. And you know that's better than a lot of people did with their investment accounts, especially if they had international and small cap and and, you know. Other asset classes that didn't do as well as the S and P 500. So That's interesting. Now. There's also some would say potentially higher risk notes. But but also let's talk about the probabilities, right if you look at the S and P 500, right? In any one year. I think there's like a 6% chance It could be down 40%, right? But if you have a four year note like this one is the odds are like one in 1000. If you look at all the rolling periods where the S and P 500 you look at it every year, one year to year, four year periods. Eyes like one in 1000. That was down more than 40% so really have a better chance of dying from Cove it than you do of losing money and a note like this because the market went down right so indexes can go down that much, but they almost always come back by the time. You know, four years later now it's interesting if you look at three years later. They're they're actually down. About what? 1% of the time. 40%? Yes. Oh, right around 1%. So you're going extra year and you designed it to be a four year note. 40%. Then you're going to have very little chance of losing money. Also of you a 50% barrier. You might make less interest, but there's there's never been a time. I think even after three years where the index is down, 50% So So let's talk about another note. You want to take a little more risk, but a calculated risk. Think about some of the hospitality stocks. They're down. Pretty good, right? I mean, if anyone Was losing revenue more than them. I don't know about it, but maybe cruise lines. Airlines in hospitality stocks have been, you know, really hurt by this covert virus, and we will eventually get back to normal, especially once the vaccine is distributed, But I'm very interesting way to play that bet. You could, obviously by some hotel stocks or airline stocks or cruise line stocks. We have a note. The tracks wind when is the largest mean casino in the country? And they are currently training about 35 to 40% below its January highs. Now that reflects a lot of bad news already, right? And obviously the market. Eyes concerned that you know this company is not doing the revenue would normally does. But as things get to North back to normal, you'll probably see that stock go back to normal levels. There's no pays 15.25% a year for two years and which stores at face value as long as the stock does not drop in additional 50% from current levels. So if you're having making 15.25% for two years and all you all you need to happen is that when does not drop in additional 50% from the 40% it already is down. This could be an interesting play. This has a 50% coupon barrier and a 50% principal barrier, which means you will not lose any coupons unless the stock dropped 50%. And you wouldn't lose principal unless the stock dropped 20%. So if the stock ones up dropping 40% You made 31% over two years if the stock one of the trip dropping 55% Your note. We're sure 55% less so you actually would lose 55% of your money. But remember, you did get 31%. Right. And then then So you really only lost about 20% on this stock is down 55%, and you'd be free to take that money. If you believed in that stock and buy the stock and then wait for it to come back and make your money back. But obviously, uh This is not something that is a conservative investment, which is why you're getting 15.25%. But it's more conservative than owning wins or is more concerned conservative than owning a cruise line or an airline. Because we don't need that stock to go up to make money. And if it only goes down 10 or 20 or 30 or 40%, you don't lose. You actually make 15.25% year. So for those of you who are into calculated risks. Definitely give us a call it heat 66 wealthy. If you want to get on our note list, and we come out with new notes every time text the word profits to 474747 text word profits. The 474747. And we will get you on our list of notes that we get issued. We get some really interesting ones issued. Now, some of you may have noticed from your broker and some of you get notes from a fiduciary advisor. If you get notes from a broker, they get a commission. If you get no supervisor like us, we don't get a commission. So we tried to design the best possible note. Brokers sometimes are incentivized designing a note that's best for them. That's perhaps gets called early and they get to sell you another one. We don't have that kind of incentive, and we've looked at the numbers. If you're getting notes from your brokers, and you're impressed, waits to see the nose from advisers. They will be way more competitive than the notes you're seeing from your broker's. So if you if you're using structure notes, and you want to compare them to our notes. Text the word profits the 474747 again. This is all part of the financial plan, right, Steve? So we got to make sure that anyone who cause us that whatever we're recommending is good for them. It makes sense for their overall plan, and we'll need to speak with you about that. So if you want to talk to us about your overall plan, and could these kinds of notes potentially help You get better results calls it 866 wealthy. That's 866 wealthy. We'll take a break. We're.

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"td bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"td bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To speak Jackson Hole on Thursday. I believe that your Powell is going to have a framework review of monetary policy, and I think one of the things that will come out of some of the patients that he's been Looking at his average inflation targeting With Apple stock soaring, Tim Cook is cruising toward another big payout. Barring a precipitous drop in Apple's shares. Cook will get 560,000 shares today worth combined $278 million As of Friday's closed Apple shares their up now by 1% at 502 19 recapping equities higher as some Peter record of 25. 10th of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. This is Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Bunny Quinn on Bloomberg Radio. It's been a tough time for small business, to say the least. It's a tougher time trying to reopen, See whether it's viable, then maybe have to shut down again have customer complaints for various reasons, because everybody is on edge right now. Let's talk to somebody who's been speaking with various businesses on doing a survey on them. J. D. Marto joins us now from TD Bank. He's head of commercial distribution at the bank, and they do a small business survey talking to 750 small businesses. A J. What's the latest one telling us? What are the main concerns right now are the main worries for small business? Well. Bonnie was an interesting survey. As you said, we talked to 750 small businesses and The odd revenue left $10 million. So you know fairly small, but probably the interesting dynamic is 60% of them. Have revenue left $500,000 in 60% had less than five employees. They're really small. You know, Probably the big takeaway was 80% and have a disaster plan kind of coming into the Corona virus pandemic. I'd say many of them were very resilient. 70% of them made changes to reduce costs because they had to, obviously, with revenue being disrupted and 50% made. Improvements to increase revenue, so those should help them going forward. You know, through a second wave are also just be a U returns hopefully sometime next year. Are any of them expecting to make a profit or even a salary for the owners this year? You know? 42% of them said they weren't gonna have a negative revenue impact, which was very pleasantly surprised to hear that. Well, obviously the converse of that 50% of them said they were going to have a negative revenue impact. 36% of them said it was more than 10%. But if you think we do these surveys every year, a TD bank There's always a third of the companies who think the revenue is going to be destructive by 10%. So you know revenues is lighter for all of them. They do span. The survey spans every industry, right, So you've got professionals in their mixed with construction companies. Professionals are still working. Construction companies are still working. Retail and food were highly impacted. As you know, so a lot of them did have a negative impact. You know, 50 per cent did But they really kind of weather through the storm with programs like PPP or just changing their business processes. Yeah, I mean, the amount of, you know, legal help. I'm sure many of them needed that they would have needed before and No, even trying to figure out the PPP application process and so on. Must have been so difficult for so many of them. How many of them were not in business anymore that you reached out to Only 10% said they were going to go out of business and You know, PPP TD bank. We were very large participant in the program. We operate in 13 states but were the sixth largest Participate in the program. And you know, it was probably a little rough for some of them kind of coming into it back in early May, But I tell you, you know, we ourselves processed 86,000 loans, which is pretty incredible, were the largest SPL under the FDA in Treasury roll that program out. Where the fourth largest in the country just operating on 13 states for normal SB seven a loans we do 3000 year and about what I said We didn't we had 86,000 of those loans, so people got the hang of it. Even that was a little you know, Bumpy at the beginning, but Treasury. The FDA and the banking system didn't incredible job to get all that money out the door. I do see some concerns out there about repayment about whether you know everything was followed to the letter of the law on DH. You know, there are many small business owners and individuals indeed worried that they're going to be on the hook for repayment when they really thought that they wouldn't be or Or that they be Charged a very, very low interest rate, will anybody because in the net like that, you know, even by accident. You know, we've been talking to all of our customers. The forgiveness window is just starting now, you know, customer's going to come back to us and apply. What you're saying is if they're alone, completely forgiven, in essence, turning into a grant and lots of them. You understand the rules understand what they were supposed to spend the money on which is basically a very simple payroll or utilities or mortgage payments, And it's expanded The window was originally to spend it all in a week. That kind of gotten expanded a 20 for weeks yet very long window to spend it. I think many of them did spend it on the appropriate things. There is no process kicks off. Well, we're here to help in. Many of the banks are out there to help customers walked them through the process of how to get there. Most forgiving. It felt the forms and things like that. And finally J. How many of the businesses that were brick and mortar or, you know in person businesses went online fully and will never go back to brick and mortar. Oregon You know, it was really interesting. When I was beginning. Ah, lot of businesses were resilient. 50% made changes to improve revenue. And all the changes they made were things like curbside delivery online presence. On many of them. It's a little bit interesting. A lot of them coming into the pandemic. Don't don't have a line of credit. Many businesses in that size only 20% roughly have a line of credit. And when you have a revenue destruction you find you really need it. And only 33. A man in a digital way. So most of them can't we take cash and cheque, which is pretty remarkable. Me. So you know, all those changes really got forced through this period there. As you said, they're really gonna help. As business comes back to normal. They're all going to be no position for more flexibility. J. Thank you for bringing us those results. We look forward to the very next one J Day. Marceau is head of commercial distribution at TD Bank. Now let's get some world and national News headlines Problem. Nathan Hager in.

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"td bank" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"td bank" Discussed on KOMO

"Is Karen Travers in Washington, Karen President going on the attack and going on the road trying to paint Biden is somebody who has no friend in a Quaker state. Yeah, he said that your Biden abandoned friend and Pennsylvania. Now, of course, this is seen in so many of the testimonials Sweet. You're biting Yes, Born raised for some of the young life and pretend that last in father's office job and a family to Delaware to get a new job. But the president last night in Scranton, Pennsylvania, outside Scranton, Pennsylvania, just trying to feel a bit of a political spotlight from the Democrats, and it is a clever move. You know he was counting programming all week. He was trying to get himself in the headlines when traditionally the other party can take a week off. Well, the other party is doing their convention. But the president himself said earlier this week. He doesn't have the time. The way you know the clock is ticking Election day, He's got to get his message out. He feels that he is not getting covered fairly that he's got to get out there on the trail as much as we can. Which, of course, is kind of limited now because of the quarter virus pandemic. Pennsylvania is a battleground state and it looks one conceited. Biden right now has a pretty decent lead there. Yeah, You know the polls in the last couple of weeks, state polls show Biden in some cases within 89 or 10 Point lead. You know, this is a state that is going to be seriously thought up until Election day. President Trump Foot Pennsylvania's 2006 schools he won by 44,000 votes. They're just incredibly tight margin, and Democrats have made some big games, especially in the suburbs of Philadelphia. In 2016 on there. There's been a big week for Democrats pushing out Republicans at the local level up to the federal national level there, So you know this is going to be a place where you see a lot of attention paid, so it wasn't just going to hold a bidet in his hometown friend was also the recognition that Pennsylvania is such an important day for the president to get backing for the White House. The comments I played just a moment ago came before Biden's acceptance speech and based on the tweets of the president, he was certainly paying attention and speech. Yes, no surprise. He let us know by tweeting about it last night, not surprising to see the president online. During divided. He wrote that Biden did none of the things of which now that specific he didn't go into any details on that. But He said that Joe Biden will never change, but it's all just words. Resident has stamped next week. The spotlight will be on the Republicans, the RNC taking place Monday through Thursday, not the way the president wanted to be. He was really a couple weeks ago, still pushing for it in person. As normal as possible convention, he said. Reality so of course means they can't do it the way he would like, do it. Finally, the president will honor his brother, who passed away last week and will be at the White House. This is an interesting events today at the White House. It will be private, No press 200, or so people have been invited to a service for the president's brother, Robert Crumb, who passed away last week. This, according to our researchers, who looked into this. This is the first time a deceased body was brought to the White House Funeral services Robert John Kennedy's after he was assassinated. In 1963, The president later this afternoon will be joined by family and friends to honor his late brother. Alright, thanks as always for your coverage. Enjoy your weekend, Karen. Thank you Have a great weekend. NBC's Karen Travers in Washington. Couple news time now, 9 20. It's propel insurance Business Update time. Here's Ross. Okay, New Jersey based TD Bank has been fined $122 million for enrolling customers and overdraft services without their consent. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says TD engaged in abusive acts or practices. The bank does not admit wrongdoing..

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Merger Monday, Bloomberg's Bid, Holiday Movie Recs

Squawk Pod

06:45 min | 3 years ago

Merger Monday, Bloomberg's Bid, Holiday Movie Recs

"Good morning everybody. Welcome to Squawk box here on. CNBC we are live from the Nasdaq market site. In Times Square becky quick along with Joe Kernan and Andrew. Ross sorkin first step on this morning's pod a couple of updates on stories we've had our eyes on or IRS's on if you get your squawk through ear buds instead of on a screen. Remember in October when French luxury conglomerate. LVMH made a bid for New York's iconic jeweler tiffany. Well they up the bed the very shiny prize a big deal. This morning of the world's largest luxury goods company has now confirmed his reached a deal to buy tiffany. This has been quite at some time in the making the price tag this time. One hundred thirty five dollars per share in cash sixteen point two billion dollars total the largest ever in the luxury sector the boards both companies approving that deal yesterday afternoon and the transaction expected to close in the middle of next year will mark the end of Tiffany's one hundred eighty two year history as a standalone brand and a little blue box isn't changing but it does reflect the changes to remain independent amid increasing consolidation across retail and adding tiffany's Eddie Murphy to the portfolio will strengthen. LVMH's position forcing watches jewelry. The group acquired Gary and back in two thousand eleven eleven like Lvmh t LVMH T- LVMH. What if I would pay? How much would that cost the figure out to add a t not to do you think they should? I think they should add T. You think it's that important. Is that valuable important as those ugly back and look but what is amazing is that they did get him up. I mean this one hundred thirty five dollar price tag came up from one hundred twenty dollars recall when when this when when they first went after him and the question I think we threw out. There was whether they'd get one hundred thirty five bucks one hundred at forty. They didn't push back if you go back. And Look at tiffany stock even two or three years ago where it was relative to where it is today so I I mean the interesting stuff therefore therefore baby gifts like a little spoon. Yes in general. I don't know it's like super retail. I think Chinese people love in China. It's big and Chinese on these sorts of come here it's really be in the United States. Just me personally. I you know when you go to forty seventh street. I'm sure not. I mean I would rather go down there. forty-two the haggle. Well just don't pay absolute top dollar for for stuff that everybody else has and another deal. We've been following following Charles Schwab effort to buy. Td Ameritrade as of this morning. That's done to Charles. Schwab Corporation is going to be acquiring. Td Ameritrade this is a story. We we first reported last week. Td Ameritrade is now naming Stephen Boyle as the interim president president and CEO suspending their CEO. Search because obviously this will be taken care of with with this deal. Charles Schwab is offering issue is going to be issuing one point eight three seven shares for every td ameritrade share. That's out there We'll continue to keep an eye on says Charles Schwab saying that. Toronto Dominion Bank's going to be holding about thirteen percent of a stake in the combined company. You could see right now. Charles Schwab shares which ran up last week on. This news are right now down by about twenty two cents to forty seven ninety eight so maintaining basically the gains that they had seen last week on this when it was first announced. Td Ameritrade shares at this point indicated by about two point three percent. That's a gain of a dollar thirteen to forty nine twenty six again after they saw gains last week as well. Charles Schwab saying that they see this deal being fifteen to twenty percent of creative give to the adjusted earnings per share in the third year in the third year of this deal Schwab right. It's going to be called Schwab. This sounds sounds like a fun thing though analysts have looked at this and said because they both have very strong trading platforms. That you won't see as much of the accretion in terms at the probably both the Charles Schwab and td Ameritrade plan trading trading platforms operating. Because they don't overlap. There's some things the. TD AMERITRADE has like options for insurance little bit stronger. Charles Schwab has a lot of things like People who will talk to you and guide you through these things because of that the probably see some analysts analysts speculating around forty percent in terms of the accretion that they can kind of combine and put these together with those both platforms need to advertise separately swap box. Random House expected to be where you will see some of the. Oh no no no I got a double double down on both platforms. They say anything. But I close with this point break- fees and I don't know I. I have not seen that to me though the two issues. That will be interesting a break-up fee whether you interesting because you think out trust issue not so much on the consumer side but potentially For for all of the investment advisers out there really I mean I think collectively collectively they have like sixty seventy percent. Would you say this is that works serious antics three so they are two things there. There may be a look. Get that and so you you care about that issue. The other issue would be about deposits that that used to stay at. Td Bank so td Ameritrade used to run all their deposits. It's into Toronto. Dominion Inter Dominion. That was actually a huge fee generator for TV bank. And so once. If you take those out I assume Schwab is going to keep those Deposits in their own bank effectively. What that does to? TD LONG-TERM SO. These are some of the questions that I think at least in baking world. They're they're probably so but I don't know I'm GONNA. We'll look great deal. That's good news for holiday. Travelers gas prices down this quarter of the lumber survey the national average falling four cents cents to two dollars and sixty six cents per gallon drop is likely due to an increase in supply now that several refinery repair projects have been completed. Also a word of warning warning triple as saying Wednesday is the worst day of this holiday week to travel with trips taking as much as four times long four times two hundred percent longer due to congestion I in some weather issues. That could be a little more difficult Wednesday out of on the East Coast here starting in Colorado and coming across do you. ooh The minivan. Yes sir. What about it? Is there a a hybrid model that you can buy make hybrid models. That'll make a cool or no. Let's give it up for just wondering why you haven't truck Tesla. Yeah that's what I was saying. Why why aren't you? Just springing brings for something electric because you need a minivan supplements. There's no electric minivans or there's no My mic one. Now they're not cheap anymore. Ah Minivans by themselves this is unlike so like so many of you. That don't walk the walk when you talk about other stuff. The vacuum cleaner in the minivan is more important than

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US, Chief Lending Officer and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

US, Chief Lending Officer and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Markets

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Starbucks loses pay case in California

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:37 min | 4 years ago

Starbucks loses pay case in California

"Person that's going to be like seven two thousand five little money news we check in with president is getting ready to do a victory lap here pretty quick that we're going to carry here on KOA NewsRadio the good economic news that analysts and. President Trump at forecast did arrive on schedule the initial estimate from the Commerce Department for second quarter shows. GDP growth at an annualized rate of four point, one percent that is the fastest growth in, four years and a pretty big jump from the two point two percent. Growth economy registered in the first quarter not much. Reaction so far from, Wall Street, but we are still a couple, of minutes ahead of the opening bell now they go together like a horse and carriage then the Maritz van, the marriage? Actually. Frank is love and money but I know that Doesn't work for the, rhyme in the song according to TD bank's fourth annual. Love and money survey a third of married. Couples argue about money at least once a. Month that all wanted five delay buying. A, home, because. Of financial stress the survey also shows more than a third of Americans live paycheck to, paycheck Disney's the latest company to. Say so long to plastic straws and stir sticks company says it'll ditch them at its locations around the world by the middle of next year Disney will also reduce the number of plastic shopping bags used at its parks and on cruises SeaWorld and Busch gardens have announced similar policy a court ruling in California could impact the way. Workers are paid across the country the California Supreme Court says Starbucks has to pay workers for work related. Duties that go minutes or even seconds after workers, scheduled and of shift the case opens the, door for additional lawsuits for companies that don't pay workers for off the. Clock chores like closing walking up the.

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Intel scandal: CEO Brian Krzanich resigns over relationship with employee - Hardware

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Intel scandal: CEO Brian Krzanich resigns over relationship with employee - Hardware

"Some traditional brick and mortar retailers rose on the news nordstrom added two percent and intel fell two percent after its ceo resigned brian chrysanthemum is stepping down after the company learned he had a relationship with an employee intel said the relationship was consensual but violated company policy business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm john metaxas bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty k john thank you tom cuddy was sports coming up in just a moment this story mechanical problems caused a boston harbor cruise ship to slam into six smaller sailboats that were more they weren't even moving in boston harbor today this all happened with three hundred and twenty eight people on board passengers including a group of kids on a field trip from a newton middle school no one was injured a couple of accused bank robbers are under arrest prosecutors say they tried to rob a bank and holliston last year are cohen with more in the story a man and a woman are under arrest charged with robbing a td bank branch in holliston last october wearing masks thirty year old oliver walsh originally from hope dale massachusetts was arrested in pottsville pennsylvania wednesday night thursday morning police arrested thirty three year old patricia dessino of milford both were taken into custody without incident and charged with armed bank robbery while masked and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony art cohen wbz newsradio ten thirty all right let's talk about launch poor parents in the city of boston rely on free school lunches for their kids but what happens when it's summer it's been a problem until now.

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