35 Burst results for "The World Health Organization"
Fox News: Michelle Obama's Juice Brand Fails Her Own Health Standards
"And so I'm looking here from Fox News former First Lady Michelle Obama's touted health drink pleasing What does that mean Plessy Oh what do I know What fail the health standards set by the Obama administration to do Bloomberg report found After discussing with 12 independent health professionals and organizations the Bloomberg news organization found that pleasing current flavors released earlier this month would not meet the requirements to be served at elementary middle school Uh oh But do they make money That's the issue These Marxist revolutionaries need to know if they're going to make money off the drinks Please it's not like Kool-Aid you know Remember Jim Jones mister producer drink the Kool-Aid Drink the plessy Under the Obama era school meal regulations currently under review U.S. elementary middle schools may only serve water milk or a 100% fruit or vegetable juice with no added sweeteners And the regulations do permit schools to dilute juices with water and none of pleasing four current flavors meet these criteria According to the experts there are was concern over the non nutritive I feel like I'm being treated other way Non nutritive sweeteners in the drink such as stevia leaf and monk fruit extracts They could still be considered unhealthy The World Health Organization previously published its own report on Monday advising against the use of sweeteners like stevia to control body weight
CDC's Rochelle Walensky resigns, citing pandemic transition
"For much of that time, doctor Rochelle Walensky updated Americans on COVID-19 spread. This virus has no incentive to let out. That was 22 months ago. Now with the pandemic waning walensky says it's a good time to move on. Her resignation letter to President Biden came the same day the World Health Organization made a change. As a global health emergency. America's public health emergency will expire next week. COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. are at the lowest point since the pandemic's early days. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
WHO fires doctor after findings of sexual misconduct
"The World Health Organization has fired a Doctor Who faced allegations of repeated sexual misconduct. In an email to The Associated Press, a WHO spokeswoman says Timo walke, a doctor from Fiji, was let go after findings of sexual misconduct and a disciplinary process. The AP first reported that walking naval had been accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a conference in Berlin last October, confidential documents show he had been flagged to senior directors for allegedly harassing another staffer in 2018 an incident that resulted in an informal warning while the accuser was told that pursuing an investigation might not be the best option for her. In recent years, the World Health Organization has been plagued by reports of misconduct, walk in a value denied that he had ever sexually assaulted anyone. At the time of the report he'd been preparing to run for regional director of the western Pacific and the doctor he was seeking to replace, takeshi kasai, had been placed on leave and then was terminated last month after numerous staffers accused him of racist and abusive behavior to compromise the UN health agency's mission. I am Jennifer King.
UN warns of lab risk, more displacement amid Sudan conflict
"UN officials say one side in the Sudan conflict has seized control of a national health lab in the capital of Khartoum that holds biological material. The announcement comes as officials warn more refugees could flee Sudan despite a ceasefire between rival forces, the fightings plunged Sudan into chaos, pushing the already heavily aid dependent African nation to the brink of collapse. Now, doctor nima said abid the World Health Organization's representative in Sudan has expressed concerns that one of the fighting parties he hasn't identified which one had seized control of a central public health lab in Khartoum, abid calls the move an extremely dangerous development. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Sudan's army says evacuations of diplomats expected to begin
"As fighting persisted in Sudan's capital, the Sudanese military said it was working on evacuating diplomats from the U.S. Britain and China on military planes. The sound of gunfire and explosions rang out over the Khartoum skyline, the country has been roiled by bloody fighting for the past week that has killed over 400 people so far, according to the World Health Organization. Sudan's military chief said he had spoken to world leaders requesting safe evacuations of their citizens and diplomats from Sudan, the requests come as foreign countries have been unable to repatriate their citizens. The task was deemed too risky and miss clashes between the Sudanese army and a rival powerful paramilitary group in and around Khartoum, including at the main international airports. I am Karen Chammas
Dr. Rima Labow Tells Us About PreventGenocide2030.org and Herself
"World Health Organization has done this thing that if it weren't for Michelle bachmann, I wouldn't have even known about it. She was talking about it a year ago. We averted it a year ago. But they're trying to take away our sovereignty as Americans. And again, it's hard for us to process this because I think most Americans have been so blessed that we've ever been forced to think about the sovereignty of America. What else could there be? But the point is globalists are the enemies of sovereign nation states. They don't like that idea. They would prefer slowly, but surely to take over control of everything. And with puppets like Joe Biden in The White House, they're well on their way to achieving these things. So your website is prevent genocide 2030 dot com. Dot org. Dot org, sorry. Prevent genocide 2030 dot org. So we want first and foremost for everybody to go to prevent genocide 2030 dot org and spread this via social media. But a doctor rima lebeau tell us how you came into this world where you're an expert on this and where you're sounding the alarm on this. What was your background proceeding this sort of thing? I'm an MD. I was graduated in 1970, which I'm happy to say is still within living memory from the Albert Einstein college of medicine in New York. And I practice drug free medicine and psychiatry because I'm trained in my post graduate years as an adult child and adolescent psychiatrist. And I practiced drug free psychiatry and gradually, people who had non psychiatric diagnoses began coming to me from around the world saying, can you help me because I've been told to go home and die or there's no cure or I have to live with the pain or some other awful situation prevailed in their life. And they said, can you help? And I said, I don't know, but I'll use the methods that I have to try.
Dr. Rima Labow Alerts Us to the Globalists' Plan to Destroy Our Nation
"Believe I promised you, my guest right now, a new guest to the program, doctor rima, labo, who is the medical director of the national solutions foundation, we are talking about the World Health Organization, which is trying to do something deeply wicked, evil, in my opinion, satanic, can I use that word? Oh, I just did. Doctor rima labo, welcome to the program. Thank you so much, Eric. And yes, I think satanic will do fine. Whether you believe in Satan or not, it gets the idea. Well, I want to say that it was Michelle bachmann on this program, former congresswoman Michelle bachmann, who is now down at regent university in Virginia Beach that alerted us to this that a year ago, there was a move afoot among the globalists, including our fake president, that we needed to cede our national sovereignty on health issues to the World Health Organization. The World Health Organization by now everyone ought to know is a wicked organization, whom we should never, ever trust, but you, doctor rema labo, you've started, you have a website prevent genocide 2030 dot org prevent genocide 2030 dot org. You've got a lot of information on this. You put out a press release. So tell us what's going on. What's going on? Started well over a hundred years ago. The people that we call globalists, then would be called Fabian socialists, and they decided that they had the right, as so many insane, and wicked people have decided throughout history to take over the world, to take over our bodies, and to control every single aspect of our existence. If you would like to see a blueprint for how that is supposed to look, just read the first three chapters of Brave New World which I'll just Huxley published in 1922.
Bob Frantz on the Epicenter of the Assault on Manhood
"So you described for us this fascinating voyage of yours after 9 11 that you kind of woke up to a new priority and then you did your own research, your own investigation of conservatives, peace through strength, the Reagan model. As such, you probably have an idea as to where the assault on masculinity on manhood comes from, where these ideas such as toxic masculinity come from. There are often options out here, so many things to choose from. The mainstream media, Hollywood, the schools, political parties, in your analysis, as you view this in the last couple of decades, where do you think the epicenter of this assault is? Where is the place where we're most of this is originating? Well, I think clearly it's the globalists. You know, it's coming from outside of this country, but with the willing assistance of those inside this country who want to see this country taken apart and who want to see it destroyed, who want to see a one world government. I'm not breaking any new ground here, especially if not for somebody like you when we talk about what it would take to destroy this country to defeat a two as what did Barack Obama call it fundamentally transform it. And as we all know, you don't fundamentally transform things, which means to change the things that you love. You want to keep the things that you love the way they are. Can you imagine trying to ask a woman to marry you and say, by the way, why don't we get married? I'm going to change you into something else that I like better. That's not going to work. You didn't love her in the first place. There are people in this country who don't love this country, who want to see a changed, who want to see it destroyed and rebuilt in a collectivist type of society, and they're working with global organizations. And I do truly believe that when you think about the Gates family foundation when you think about the World Economic Forum, when you think about the World Health Organization, all of the, you know, the usual suspects that are working to establish a one world government know that this doesn't work without the United States participation in the United States as long as we continue to remain the same civilization that we built or that we started from with again with that super strong building block of the family, we will continue to press on and we will continue to survive. We will continue to thrive.
Pandemic 3 years later: Has the COVID-19 virus won?
"It's been three years since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 coronavirus had spread to pandemic level. And health experts are pondering if it will ever go away. It was March 11th, 2020. COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic. World Health Organization director doctor Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. In the U.S., the virus was spreading fast, first detected in a patient in Washington state, January 18th, and infecting passengers on a cruise ship being held off San Francisco. Then president Trump announced travel restrictions and businesses began to close. We will ultimately and expeditiously defeat this virus. Researchers say, although restrictions are gone and tracking information seems to have dried up, mostly due to politics. The virus looks like it's here to stay, and that new variants that emerge from anywhere threaten a more serious outbreak. Vaccines, immunity and treatment drugs are keeping fatalities down, but some 900 people are still dying every day. The coronavirus outbreak, which began three years ago, killed 6.8 million people worldwide, and 1.1 million in America. I'm Jackie Quinn
Eric Chats With 'The Invincible Family' Author, Kimberly Ells
"Back. I continue my conversation with Kimberly L's ELL S, the book is the invincible family why the global campaign to crush motherhood and fatherhood can't win. You're this week here with us in New York at the UN. And I've never been a big fan of the UN and whenever I talk to somebody like you about things like this, it gives me more and more evidence of why I shouldn't be a fan of the UN. They are promoting things that are abominable to me to almost all people of faith in the world and to most people in the world in general. But they are the cultural elites. They are all convinced that this is the right thing to partner with Planned Parenthood. But there's something deeply creepy when Planned Parenthood is partnering with the World Health Organization on and on. It goes and using the UN. It's kind of like this wink wink wink like we all know what's right and whom we're fighting. And whom they're fighting generally speaking is people with faith in the God of the Bible, the God of the Bible, the ideas that have been part of civilization from the beginning. And it's an extraordinary thing that they feel they can do this. But you're thesis in the book the invincible family is that they can't succeed. That's right. And that's the hopeful message and all of this. It seems quite daunting. We've got these global forces that are coalescing and they have billions of dollars in budget because the nations of the world are supporting this in various ways and Planned Parenthood is getting rich off of our children. But in the end, the answer to all this attack on the family, ironically, is the family itself. And it can't it can't be totally broken. It can be abandoned. We can leave our own marriages. We can not get married. We can not care for our own children and all these things. But the thing is, in most cases, when a man and woman come together and they create a life, they create a baby together. In most cases, they're going to love that baby. And that's going to Trump all else, and the love of a mother and a father for their baby is the motivating force behind almost everything they do.
The Capturing of the W.H.O.
"I'd like to talk about the capturing of the who, the who. Who's on first? Well, I'm not talking about the band. I'm talking about the World Health Organization. And I'm going to talk about a little known aspect of the World Health Organization, the way in which it has been overtaken, manipulated and captured. By a private money and specifically by the private money deployed by the Gates Foundation by Bill and Melinda Gates. Now, the World Health Organization was created after World War II. And initially, the idea was that member countries would make contributions and the World Health Organization would be kind of a coordinating group that would work through these countries to improve health to improve health practices around the world. Very noble mission seemed to work pretty well. The World Health Organization made some notable advances, including the wide dissemination of smallpox, vaccines, leading to the virtual eradication of smallpox. But then what happened in the 1980s is that the World Health Organization began to show signs of being politicized. And the Reagan administration said, hey, if you keep doing this, we're not going to give you money. And the World Health Organization panicked. And began to expand its funding to take a lot of money from nonprofit groups that could final money into the World Health Organization, but also pharmaceutical giants like GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis. So suddenly these pharmaceutical big pharma began to put conditions on the money will give you money to do this. We'll give you money to do that. And that's troubling enough because you can see how companies like Pfizer can use their leverage now with the World Health Organization financial leverage. Because they're contributing a significant portion of the budget
"the world health organization" Discussed on WTOP
"Third of their workforce, they laid off a third of their workforce. The Ohio Democrat appeared on ABC's this week New today, former Maryland governor Larry Hogan has announced he will not run for president in 2024. The news comes as a surprise to many who expected Hogan's candidacy after he said he was seriously considering running following his leave from office in January. WTO's Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller talks about Hogan's current outlook. I think he prefers to be kind of an elder statesman, if you will, to look at the party and say, these are the issues that the GOP has always stressed, the economic issues, the business issues, and I think that's the kind of role he would like to take in the future. Hogan has said that if he were in the U.S. Senate, he would have voted to convict former president Donald Trump at his 2021 impeachment trial. Imagine black market girl scout cookies for sale. Everyone has their favorites from samoas to trefoils, but for 2023, the organization introduced a new flavor to this year's lineup, raspberry rally, sister of the beloved thin mint, this little confection proved so popular that they've already sold out. Enter the black market as of Friday, one could score a single box of raspberry rallies for 20 bucks on eBay and higher elsewhere. They normally cost between four and $7 per in a statement the girl scouts of the USA say they are disappointed to see unauthorized resales of girl scout cookies online through auction sites or community list sites. Karen McHugh, Fox News. China's national People's Congress annual meeting known as two sessions is underway and Beijing. The BBC Stephen McDowell reports one big topic is growing the economy post COVID and the consolidation of power by China's president, who is appointing ministers who have personal loyalty to him. There is a big question as to whether or not that's going to mean a more efficient government or create a sort of echo chamber whereby Xi Jinping won't be getting the Frank advice he needs to run this economy because he'll be surrounded by all these people who are afraid to upset him. The World Health Organization is now also looking into the origins of COVID. This comes a week after a report from The Wall Street Journal said the virus started in a lab several intelligence agencies are divided on the issue. Former FDA commissioner Scott gottlieb reacted on CBS's face the nation. With three years into this, there is some recommendations that are on the president's desk. I think we need to start getting serious and looking at what steps need to be put into place. The first hearing from the select subcommittee on the coronavirus pandemic is Wednesday morning. Russian forces are continuing their push for the eastern Ukrainian city of bakhmut. Ukrainian units destroy two key bridges just outside bahamut. One linking it to the nearby town of chessie VR along the last remaining Ukrainian resupply route, according to UK military intelligence officials, the institute for the study of war, a Washington based think tank assessed that Kyiv's actions may point to looming pull out from parts of the city. It said Ukrainian troops may conduct a limited and controlled withdrawal from particularly difficult sections of eastern Mahmoud, while seeking to inhibit Russian movement there and limit exit routes to the west. Capturing bakhmut would not only give Russian fighters a rare battlefield gain, but it might rupture Ukraine's supply lines and allow the Kremlin's forces to press toward other Ukrainian strongholds in the region. I'm Sara nafa. Creed three punched above its weight at the domestic box office in its first weekend in theaters. The MGM release not ant man, the wasp, quantumania, out of first place, and far surpassed both industry expectations and the opening weekends of the first two movies in the franchise, creed three earned almost $59 million in ticket sales, ant man landed a distant second while cocaine bear took third place in its second weekend in theaters. Coming up after traffic and weather, how much in retirement savings is enough. It's three 36. Life's better when we do things together. Like sharing the ride to work. Even if you're commuting just a few days a week, commuter connections can match you with others who live
Andrew Bridgen: The Issue With the WHO 'Pandemic Treaty'
"This is an MP from the United Kingdom A guy by the name of Andrew bridgen And he's speaking out against exactly what we were talking about before the break These new WHR WHO international health regulation proposals for an international surveillance mechanisms to be a COVID passport Again this isn't some conspiracy theory These are real Just look them up Read the articles in our newsletter today yourself You can look all this stuff up lips This isn't hard before your instinct is to jump and call it a conspiracy theory right And of course they're backing COVID passports So this MP in the UK he's got a little bit of a problem with this And I do too Sums it up pretty briefly check this out Okay mister speaker the World Health Organization pandemic treatise deeply concerning It's 6 to give the discredited WHO huge powers over this country and our people Powers to call pandemics enforce lockdowns in forced vaccinations and decide when any pandemic is over Can we have an urgent debate on the proposed treaty which if past will take accountability democracy and sovereignty from our constituents and hand it over to unelected and discredited bureaucrats mister speaker that will be the antithesis of Brexit itself You're darn right I mean imagine engaging and busting up a lot of your political capital of Brexit to escape from the EU to find yourself taken over and hijacked by the WHO and other globalist organizations
The Media Rejected Wuhan Lab Leak Simply Because of Pres. Trump
"Two years we've been on the radio which is coming up right quick in May right I've told you if you over self a huge disservice how did the media back itself into a corner insisting that there was a strange natural origin for a virus that emanated next door to a Wuhan coronavirus lab Coronavirus how did they do that They did it for one reason and one reason only Jim queue up for me cut one They did it because this happened in April of 2020 right as the rumors of a Chinese coronavirus lab leak started to happen Listen to this Hey my question is have you seen anything at this point that gives you a high degree of confidence that the Wuhan institute of virology was the origin of this virus Yes Yes I have And I think that the world health organization should be ashamed of themselves because they're like the public relations agency for China And this country pays them almost $500 million a year and China pays them $38 million a year and whether it's a lot or more doesn't matter it's still they shouldn't be making excuses when people make horrible mistakes especially mistakes that are causing hundreds of thousands of people around the world to die Jim by the way tech show on Ferris please immediately we need a Trump response today Can you please do that for me Okay Thank you very much Folks Everything I've only said it for two years now on the radio show The podcast even longer Do not overthink this thing The media needed to destroy Donald Trump because Donald Trump was destroying their reputation and they are the gatekeepers to this tyrannical future
WHO Cuts Short Its Investigation Into the Origins of Covid
"It kind of seems hard to believe, but once we go to the middle of March, it will be three years into COVID. Three years of this of this pandemic. And remarkably, three years into it, you would think we would know the origin of COVID. Where did it come from? How did we get it? How did it get out of China? How did it start in China? Of course, there are some people in China, but we don't even start in China. Don't be hasty. Well, I did start in China, but it's still unclear how it started in China. Now, as I say, this is something that it's very odd that we don't really have an answer to. Well, who do we look to to find the answer? We look to our government, which isn't doing a whole lot. They did a kind of supposedly conducted an independent investigation, but it doesn't look like it was involved any boots on the ground, anything really important. And certainly there's been no result, no report, no announcement, no finding, except a finding of not being able to have a finding. Now the World Health Organization decided, you know, we'll get into this. We'll figure out what started COVID. And they sent a team in January of 2021, so fairly early on. Some months into the pandemic and international team of experts convened by the WHO travels to Wuhan, China, and together they begin to look at different options for how the virus started. How it emerged. And the Chinese look like they worked very closely with this team and also influenced the direction that the team focused its activities. And the direction that they focused on was a potential, a natural origin of COVID coming out of a wet market in Wuhan, so off they went to the wet market and they were trying to pin down the origin of the virus there. But in their report, what the group decided or what they said was, look, we think that COVID that COVID probably had a natural origin, but they left open the possibility that the origin could be the Wuhan lab. Let's remember that we know this is a fact that they do gain of function research in the Wuhan lab and so that is a plausible alternative candidate. We're not even getting into whether this was deliberate or accidental. I think the chances are that if it came out of the lab, it was accidental, but nevertheless, the point is that the Chinese were very eager for this WHO team not to be focused on the Wuhan lab and they weren't. In fact, they came out and said in their initial report that it was very unlikely. Here's the quote extremely unlikely that the virus accidentally escaped from a lab.
Sen. Bill Hagerty: Biden Admin Is Afraid to Challenge China
"Want to get your reaction to this report from CBS. Are you hearing the same things up on Capitol Hill that U.S. Intel knew about this spy balloon for a long time? Yes, I'm hearing the same. What was your reaction when you heard those reports? This is malpractice on behalf of the Biden administration. They were so focused on getting a meeting between our Secretary of State and Xi Jinping, that they hope that this thing would just no pun intended blow over. And if you think about it, as the Biden administration isn't holding China accountable on any front. You know that there's been no investigation of the origins of COVID here. In fact, the World Health Organization is just dropped its inquiry into the origins of COVID why well, doctor T rose their leader, the candidate of the CCP, we're not holding them accountable on sentinel. I just had a hearing today with the three leaders of the U.S. government's efforts to stop drug enforcement agency the national office of national drug control policy in The White House at the head of the State Department's unit that's supposed to be dealing with it. I congratulate the massive failure because no one will hold China to account. And it's so sad. When the Treasury Department sanctioned Mexican cartels, they also told they also mentioned who the Chinese partner was that was giving the precursors for fentanyl. The Secretary of State's current press release failed to mention it left China. Joe Biden stayed union address. He talks about fentanyl doesn't mention China and their role in sending it over here. So at every turn, it just seems like this administration is so afraid to challenge China when that's exactly what we should be doing.
Naomi Wolf on the Corruption of Covid-19 and the Globalist Agenda
"A simple person in many ways. And I just have to over and over and over, you know, repeat the obvious or try to remind myself I'm not I'm not dreaming this. I'm not making this up. This is real. You have bravely and brilliantly uncovered what is happening because there are millions and even billions of people around the world wondering what is happening and it points you said very clearly very obviously very darkly to China. Wanting to kill Americans and westerners and to destroy us. And we can talk about that for a long time. But we were just touching on how that relates to the globalist agenda because again, the way evil works, it's never simple. You have various things. This is how the Nazis took over. You have greed. You have fear. I mean, pure greed, somebody says, I can get a lot of money if I keep my mouth shut. I'll take the money and keep my mouth shut. Or if I say the wrong thing, I'll get in trouble. So I will keep my mouth shut. So you have all these different things going on, I can understand why the Chinese would want to do this that makes perfect sense. But link it as we were just going to the globalists agenda because they have obviously been working over time to help. Yeah, it's an alliance. And in my book, the bodies of others, I spelled that out. It's, of course, the World Economic Forum, which Klaus Schwab, the leader of it boasted that he has graduates in cabinets all over democracies around the world, and we've seen them from Trudeau to Ardern, and so on. It's the World Health Organization, which is funded by China and Bill Gates overwhelmingly that has been in lockstep with China. I mentioned the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. It's a big tech as well. I mean, big tech is invested in the vaccines. And big tech as the bodies of others showed is up net 23% net revenue in 2020 to 2022 till the pandemic lifted. Because of the advantage to big tech of locking people in their homes.
Earthquake Death Toll Tops 5000 in Turkey and Syria
"Story is the death toll in turkey and Syria has shot past 5000 people known dead tens of thousands of people are still trapped, the efforts are a mad dash in both northern Syria and southern turkey to get the sort of professionals there, they're deploying from Israel from the United States who are skilled at removing people from the rubble. This is a first ever earthquake for me where victims of the earthquake trapped underground and rebel are using their cell phones and their batteries and conserving it to try and direct searchers to them, the death toll could rise to more than 20,000 people, according to the World Health Organization and thousands of rescue teams arriving in turkey according to The Wall Street Journal this morning. But The New York Times and the time is running out to find survivors, this story published this morning at 4 a.m.. A woman was rescued from the rubble of a collapsed building 22 hours after an earthquake level parts of turkey and Syria, the Turkish state news media service and a doula agency reported this morning. More than 16,000 rescuers were engaged in the search for survivors, the agency said, citing an emergency management official, the one window for finding others was beginning to narrow experts said, specialists flying to turkey from the U.S. and beyond were certain to find challenges gaining access to the sites and executing rescue operations. From
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"More calls coming from the World Health Organization for China to be more transparent about its COVID reporting. Let's get to Ed Baxter in the 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco head. Yeah, right, Brian Beijing reporting out how it had almost 60,000 COVID related deaths in a month. Now Bloomberg's O'Brien says, Beijing has been under a lot of pressure from a number of areas. So it is interesting that they have come out with the 60,000 number. It does suggest that they are recognizing the pressure that they are getting, particularly from international bodies like the World Health Organization and the U.S. in particular around their COVID data, which is basically being either nonexistent or mean English for the past month. Now WHO chief Ted risk Abreu is a spoken with a Beijing health ministry and has reiterated, he says to them more timely open and transparent sharing of information. He says he appreciates being able to talk with the NHC director, but that the world needs more immediate data if it's going to effectively fight the disease. A showdown is coming between President Biden and the U.S. and the Republican controlled House of Representatives over the looming debt ceiling deadline later this week at the point the lines, well, the lines in the sand are pretty deep. Bloomberg economics and government reported Chris condon here on daybreak issue says this could be a tough one. We know it's going to be especially difficult this time because the speaker, the new speaker, Kevin McCarthy, is beholden to a group of ultra conservatives in his party who are especially intent on exacting some spending cuts in this negotiation. That's to come. Now, Chris says a government can use some alternative accounting measures for a while, but this could have a brutal consequence if a game of chicken turns into a long one. There may be two faces of Beijing's response to the COVID zero protests, publicly president Xi Jinping expressed empathy for the protesters, but Bloomberg reporting says that behind the scenes as many as 100 demonstrators now have been detained for instigating the demonstrations. Call today for a congressional investigation of how classified documents are finding their way outside of The White House. Democratic congressman Adam Schiff, who is a critical part of the January 6th investigation, says the special counsels should do their work on both sides, but the Congress should also have a part in the process. I still would like to see Congress do its own assessment of and receive an assessment from the intelligence community of whether there was an exposure to others of these documents where there was harm to national security in the case of either set of documents with either president. Chef on ABC has heard here on Bloomberg says this is not a partisan issue. It is a critical intelligence issue, 5 separate caches of classified documents have now been found and turned over to authorities. U.S. House oversight chair, James comer, meanwhile, says he is launching an investigation to whether the Biden family has gotten payments from anonymous outside interest, including China on CNN State of the Union. There's a pattern here of anonymous sources of money flowing into the bidens pockets and Biden interest and it's very concerning. This is a national security risk that's my biggest concern and that's why we're pressing forward with this investigation. Calmer, a Republican says Donald Trump has already been investigated, Joe Biden has not. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg, back to Hong Kong, Brian. Yes, thank you very much. Ed, let's get to George sun managing director head of global markets for Greater China at BNP Paribas. George, great to have you with us in the studios. Thanks for coming in early on a Monday morning. Well, I just mentioned in the data check there that the Hanks and indexes rallied some 50% since the beginning of November. It's been much less so for the CSI 300. It's only up around 15% during that same period. So to the question of whether or not we are getting close to the end of the regulatory crackdown, it would seem that investors in China are less confident that that's the case compared to global investors. Your thoughts on that divergence. Good morning, Brian Michelle. Thank you for having me. Well, I think it's less the confidence onshore and offshore versus the fund flows, actually. So up until now, we've mostly been seeing short covering or hedge fund flows in Hong Kong, actually, and November until now, leading to the very big uptake in Hong Kong. In China actually, a lot of these big global equity funds, global asset managers who reduce their China equity allocations last year. They haven't returned yet. We think if they return and I think they will over the course of the year, they're just going to be another leg up in the China equity market. The onshore equity markets. What we're seeing, what we are seeing in January so far, the first two weeks is quite a bit of an increasing northbound stock connect flow, however. So just in the first two weeks, we saw 9 billion U.S. dollar equivalent in net inflows compared to only 13 billion for all of last year. So this year we're on pace for like the 55 billion of inflows that we saw in 2021. So it's a good sign that I think the onshore equity markets like the CSI 300 will start to catch up to the offshore rally. George good morning, just wanted to set the tone. I mean, where do we stand in the sort of attitude around China's China policymakers and tensions with the U.S. and others? I mean, there's a great deal of optimism, of course, around the recovery, is money going to talk here. I mean, Brian and rich last hour were talking about how there's a difference between attitudes toward the government, of course, and the attitudes toward the people and companies. Do you feel the same way right now? Well, Michelle, it's a good question. I think the reopening, the interesting thing about the reopening this time is it's not just in one policy area like the end of the zero COVID policy. It's actually very broad based and much faster than we expected. So not only do we see a greater support for the tech and property industries which have been better down the last two years, but we even see a much more conciliatory foreign policy, right? So what we're really going to move away from this wolf warrior mentality and even appointing the foreign minister who's much more willing to engage with other countries. So this all looks very pro business kind of re-engaging with the world again after three years of isolation of COVID. Yeah, certainly inspires confidence. And we've talked a little bit about the reopening and what it might mean for growth globally and also inflation globally and particularly I think in terms of growth that it could fuel the services sector significantly. So how do you balance those two kind of considerations growth and inflation? Yeah, that's a very good question. I was looking at some studies from ourselves and also in the market saying that, especially if the U.S. and Europe slowed down a bit because of potential recession and China continues its current pace of growth, trying to contribute about half of the global economic growth this year actually. Whereas the inflationary pressures may only add about 1%, it's a lot though, but 1% one percentage point to the global inflation. So what are the offsetting effects? I think if China starts to be able to manufacture again at its full capacity, the supply chains globally will improve. So that will reduce the shortages that will help global inflation to some extent. But the increased consumer and industrial demand domestically in China will definitely create some inflationary pressures on commodities, input prices, services. We already starting to see it a little bit, but it's not priced in yet. I think the place to watch out for is global commodity prices. And the oil prices have been very benign so far with the warmer winter in Europe and everything and slowing global demand. But you're starting to see some base metal industrial metal prices start to creep up. Copper, iron ore, so if China economy really starts to grow full steam, you could see these commodity prices lead to global inflation. Well, Georgie stole both of my next two questions. It really jumped out at me as well. That estimate that half of global growth this year could be contributed by China. I think Garcia herrero is among others at natixis calling for that. That seems like an eye popping proportion, but I guess when you think about it with all the suffering in other economies, that makes sense. Back into the commodities prices though, I let me push you a little further on this. I mean, you have talks about with others that thanks in large part to that milder winter. We've seen that respite. Can you tell us a little bit more about what the factors are that you're watching over the next few months to see where this goes and whether we can enjoy that break from commodities inflation? Yes, sure. I think on the energy
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"More calls are coming in from the World Health Organization for China's COVID reporting to be more transparent. It's out to the release of fatalities statistics out over the weekend and Baxter has global news from the 9 60 news from the San Francisco Ed. Yeah, Brian of Beijing reporting out that it had almost 60,000 COVID related deaths in a month. Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien says Beijing has been under a lot of pressure from a number of different areas. So it is interesting that they have come out with the 60,000 number. It does suggest that they are recognizing the pressure that they are getting, particularly from international bodies like the World Health Organization, and the U.S. in particular around their COVID data, which is basically being either nonexistent or meaningless to the past month. Now, WHO chief Tedros Cabrera says has spoken with a Beijing health ministry and has reiterated, he says more timely open and transparent sharing of information. He says he appreciates being able to talk with the NHC director, but the world needs more immediate data if it's going to effectively fight the disease. A showdown is coming between President Biden and the U.S. and the Republican controlled House of Representatives over the looming debt ceiling deadline later this week on ABC's this week has heard here on Bloomberg senator Raphael Warnock says severe damage of the economy could occur if something is not worked out. The last thing we ought to be doing is playing chicken with the American economy. He says, a people who are on the margins who are the most vulnerable are those who would suffer the most. There may be two faces of Beijing's response to the COVID zero protests publicly, president Xi Jinping, a Xi Jinping expressed empathy for the protesters, but Bloomberg's reporting says behind the scenes as many as 100 demonstrators have been detained for instigating the demonstrations. Call today for a congressional investigation of how classified documents are finding their way out of The White House, democratic congressman Adam Schiff, who is a critical part of the January 6th investigation, says the spending councils show the special counsel should do their work on both cases, but that Congress should also have a part in the process. I still would like to see Congress do its own assessment of and receive an assessment from the intelligence community of whether there was an exposure to others of these documents where there was harm to national security in the case of either set of documents with either president Schiff on ABC has heard here on Bloomberg as saying that a partisan issue it is not, it is a critical intelligence issue, 5 a separate cases are caches of classified documents have now been found and turned over to authorities. And U.S. oversight chairman James comer says he is launching an investigation into whether the Biden family has gotten payments from anonymous outside interests, including China on CNN's State of the Union. There's a pattern here of anonymous sources of money flowing into the bidens pockets and Biden interest and it's very concerning. This is a national security risk. That's my biggest concern, and that's why we're pressing forward with this investigation. Calmer or Republican says Donald Trump has already been investigated. Joe Biden has not. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg, Brian. All right, thanks very much, Ed, 9 minutes here, pass the hour, let's get to our guest Kamal street Kumar, president at Sri Kumar global strategies. Should we thanks very much for being with us. So we've got the yield on the tenure down at three and a half percent. That seems to be a little out of step with what the fed has been saying and indeed what it has been doing. But I put it to you and I know you'll disagree. That it seems like it's the fed fighting the markets more than the markets fighting the fed. And the fed right now, the fed is fighting the market. I don't disagree with you on that. Brian, I think the question is, who eventually succeeds and when the fed has the fight with the market and the market repeatedly says to the fed to back off, now is the results going to be an adverse market fallout. That to me is much more important than who wins this battle. In terms of the fed losing out right now, I don't disagree with you on that at all. That's exactly what I was going to ask you. You know, do you think at the end of the day that it is the fed at the moment, perhaps not getting it right? What are the chances of it now being on the verge of a big policy mistake? Here is what let's follow that logic through. If the right now we are waiting for the January 31st February 1st, federal open market committee meeting. And they expectation increasingly is that it is going to be only a 25 basis point increase and then in the march increase and march meeting and in the 25 basis point or no increase at all. If that's the case, the markets are going to be off to the races, the demand is going to increase substantially the wage pressure which was slowly coming down is going to increase. All of that means that yes, January February March, you have some good results in the market, but if the fed reduces out, then it is eventually going to be very negative for investors. That will be safe to make. It's not really a case of the fed winning with a market winning. It's the data that will win. And so what we're talking about here is whether or not the fed is more attuned to what the data will say or if the market is figuring it out. And I think a lot of people right now are at a standoff. It's not like we're having these wild, crazy days of upside, the S&P 500 was up four tenths of a percent. We're up last week, but we were down four weeks in a row before that. So it's not like things are going crazy, but don't you agree that it's the data that will eventually hold sweat. The data will eventually hold sway, Brian, but look at what the market has done relative to the fed throughout 2021 when the fed talked about inflation being transitory. The markets bought it. And the markets continued to go up and sorry. Good point. Very good point. So the market essentially would following the data, the data suggested to me anyway that inflation had staying power, but the market didn't believe it in the fed didn't believe it. So the two of them were on the same site, but they were wrong. Data one and the fed and the markets lost. The point here is, what do the data tell you
Mel K and Eric Know Elites Don't Care About the Little Guy
"Things we were talking about Mel is that there are people elites who do not for whatever reason care about the little guy. And sometimes it is on a very personal level. They can be contemptuous of someone standing right in front of them, but usually it's more abstract. And it reminds me of the famous scene in the third man when Joseph cotton is up in the prater in this Viennese. It's still there. I've been on it Ferris wheel, and he's up there with the Orson Welles, who's the villain. And Orson Welles looks down and says, you see those people down there, they look like moving dots. They're so far away. What difference would it make if a few of those dots just stopped moving? In other words, if some people die and I can make money off of it, does it really matter? And if you don't believe in God and the sanctity of human life, why should it matter? And for a lot of these people, it doesn't matter. So when you hear about former governor Cuomo or others putting people in nursing homes, realizing people are going to die and it's going to suit you. They don't care. But it's hard for most people to get their heads around the idea that you mean that guy who maybe I don't agree with them and stuff, but you mean he could be that bad. Yeah? Or the banality of evil. Well, that's what I'm saying. It's a place in life where you don't care. And I think that we have to really examine this. And people have to go out there and understand the whole conspiracy theory world saying that sonstein writing a whole book to say that anything anyone saying about Obama was a conspiracy theory after the whole war and report, if anyone questioned it was a conspiracy theorist created by the CIA, we have to start looking at actual conspiracy, not the theories, the facts, and the fact that we have identified who these people are. And they don't hide it, and they have a big meeting coming up, and people should be watching the World Economic Forum, and the Davos meetings coming up themselves and listen to what Noah harari has to say and listen to what Klaus Schwab has to say and listen to what they're talking about with global governance. And then head on over from that website. We form dot org look around there at global governance at smart technology at biometric data at what they want to do with our climate with our government and start really thinking, wow. And then go look at another one of the affiliated websites. The UN website are common agenda. Then you jump over to World Health Organization. Global health won, where you jump over to the Gates Foundation, or you jump over the IMF for the World Bank, or the BIS, and you start to realize this is a club.
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And the World Health Organization not questioning China's reporting of COVID cases and deaths, it banks just got more. It. Yeah, exactly right, Paul, the WHO says it hasn't received any data from China on new hospitalization since Beijing has been moving away from COVID zero, says it raises questions about whether it might be hiding information. This while China says it is going to relax COVID travel restrictions prior to the lunar new year, Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien here. I do think it is just in line with this very rapid about him that they've made away from COVID zero and this is the last real restriction left. Yeah, but Emma says there are some contradictions in how China is counting cases compared with the rest of the globe, and projections coming out of air affinity, which has become a global trusted source of numbers and projections says things are going to get worse in China. Louise Blair, the head of vaccines and epidemiology. Expecting the first peak around mid January and then a second peak around March. So to put in context what we're seeing today, we're only seeing about one to 1.5 million cases. That could reach up to 4 million at those peaks. And says omicron sub variants are the most widespread. There's indications that the variant BF 7 is circulating in China, but we do think from the data that we're seeing elsewhere that there could be two to three omicron sub lineages circulating with similar transmissibility levels. She says with this rapid growth it is possible for new variants as well. A U.S. says it's ready to help with vaccines for China, but has not heard any reply. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says it is incumbent upon the rest of the globe to be prepared for rapid spread. Abroad swath over most of the United States going to be hit in the next few days by what meteorologists across the country are calling generational storm. President Biden at The White House says, please take our take this storm extremely seriously. And I don't know whether you're both of the lecture but if you all have travel plans to leave now, not a joke. I'm sending my staff. My staff, if they
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Devices. It's now 1131 in Sydney, 8 31 in Hong Kong. Let's get a check of global news And the World Health Organization now questioning China's reporting of COVID cases and deaths at Baxter has global news aired what could possibly be an accurate? Yeah, thank you. You left me with no safety net there. I don't know is the answer. The WHO says it hasn't received any data from China, a new hospitalization since Beijing has been moving away from COVID zero. It says it raises questions about whether it might be hiding information, Paul. This while China says it's going to relax COVID travel restrictions prior to the lunar new year, Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien here. I do think it is just in line with this very rapid about him that they've made away from COVID zero and this is the last real restriction left. But Emma says there are some contradictions on how China's counting cases compared with, of course, the rest of the globe, and projections coming out of air affinity, which has become the global trusted source of the numbers and projections says things are going to get worse. Louise Blair is ahead of vaccines and epidemiology. With expecting the first peak around mid January and then a second peak around March. So to put in context what we're seeing today, we're only seeing about one to 1.5 million cases. That could reach up to 4 million at those peaks. And omicron variants are the most widespread. There's indications that the variant BF 7 is circulating in China, but we do think from the data that we're seeing elsewhere that there could be two to three omicron sub lineages circulating with similar transmissibility levels. She says this rapid growth is possible for possible new variants. A U.S. says it's ready to help with vaccines for China, but has not heard any reply Secretary of State Anthony blinken says it is incumbent upon the rest of the globe to be prepared for rapid spread. Abroad schwa over most of the United States is going to be hit in the next days with what meteorologists across the country are calling a generational storm President Biden at The White House says please take it seriously. Take this storm extremely seriously. And I don't know whether your boss will let you all have travel plans to leave now. Not a joke. I'm sending my staff. My staff
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Around the world, John good morning. Good morning Karen, the international concern growing over monkeypox, the World Health Organization has declared the monkeypox outbreak of public health emergency. The White House physician says president Joe Biden is improving from his COVID-19 infection and a destructive wildfire near Yosemite National Park burning out of control through Tinder dry forests, thousands of residents have been evacuated. Sports the Yankees beat the Orioles the mets top the Padres, the Red Sox folded, the Blue Jays, Dodgers beat the Giants and the nationals beat the Diamondbacks. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, power plant more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries on John Tucker, this is Bloomberg. Okay, John, thank you. It's 5 19 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak as we get started on a very important week for investors. Lori calvina is with us this morning head of U.S. equity strategy at RBC capital markets. Lori, it's great to speak with you this morning while we all get ready for this fed decision coming up on Wednesday. The markets have pretty much priced in a 75 basis point rate hike. What do you think the market reaction is going to be from whatever the fed does decide on Wednesday? Well, well, thanks for having me as always. I think that as always with these events, it's really more about the details in terms of the commentary that's made afterwards. And at least at this point in time, it seems like there's pretty much a consensus in terms of what the fed is going to do, but I really think it's the forward look. One of the things that I continue to talk to investors about is just the whole sensitivity of the fed to how these policies are reverberating in the economy. So I think if there is any indication that the set of sensitive to that issue, I think that's something equity investors would care, but of course, unfortunately, I don't have a crystal ball. So it's hard to say exactly what Powell will say, but I think that sort of understanding besides sensitivity there is something equity investors are always keen to know. Yeah, we sort of have a dueling forecast for what the fed could do as we get further along in this tightening cycle. We've heard from Morgan Stanley strategists saying that the recession risk is growing and the stocks may have more room to fall here while JPMorgan Chase is saying that maybe inflation's peaked and there could be tailwinds for stocks. What's your view on recession risk going forward? So I'll tell you that I'm in the camp that agrees that the recession risks have risen and we do need to be vigilant, but I'm an equity strategist. So I care about how equity markets digest this as opposed to making the economic call. And I will tell you that with a 24% drawdown already in the S&P. It's come very, very close. And that's where we're at the low and mid June. It's come very close to pricing and a typical recession. And if you look at small cap stocks, they essentially are pricing in a recession. They're already pricing in, for example, a big spike in jobless claims they're already pricing in a plunge in ISM manufacturing back to truck like levels if you just look at the relationship between the performance of those stocks and those economic indicators I mentioned. So I am more interested these days in adding on to rebound trades, we think that defenses are overbought and overvalued at this point in time. And I will just tell you, John, that if you go through the east DFC function on Bloomberg, which is something I do quite frequently, there aren't that many economists that are actually calling for an outright recession, the voices calling for the recession are quite loud. But if you look at streak consensus economic forecast, it's really more for something coming close to contraction in the fourth quarter. And really moderating to below trend type levels. And I think that's what equities are digesting at this point in time. I don't know, late last week, you made a pretty significant call to go overweight now on small cap stocks. Talk a little bit more about that. Why you're thinking that we should be heading more toward small caps as opposed to larger ones. Yeah, so John, small caps for my first professional child, I spent about 7 years exclusively covering the space back in the day, including the early kind of O 9 period, which was quite dicey for the asset class. And one of the things we know about small caps is they do tend to price and risks quite early. So I mentioned they're already pricing on this big deterioration in certain sensitive economic indicators. But if you look at the valuations we're at historic lows and small versus large, you're also, if you look back at mid June, we were trading around 11 times the forward PE multiple and the Russell 2000 and that is typically where the index bottoms out at. If you also look at CFTC positioning data positioning among asset managers and teachers market for Russell 2000 features was well below financial crisis lows. Making essentially massively new all time lows. That is astounding to me. It tells me whatever your view of whether or not recession is coming. This is one area of the market where it has clearly been baked in. And we do know going back over time, recessions are historically fantastic buying opportunities for small caps. They underperform going in, midway through the recession, you tend to see a big pivot. And they outperform very strongly on the way out. And we think that we're getting closer to that inflection point if we aren't at it already. Got about a minute left here, Laurie. We are going to hear from some big names in big tech this week in earnings. What's your expectation there? So I think that this is a bellwether group. I do sort of care more about what classic tech is saying as opposed to the communication services Internet type names. Very keenly watched the software companies to see what the clues are in the corporate behavior. And I think the corporate reaction is going to really tell us how deep this economic carnage economic damage that we may be facing gets. So I think that's really what I'm going to be looking for. But I do think that tech stocks are reasonably valued at this point in time. So keep a close eye on the commentary. Yeah, we'll be watching Ford. Thanks. As always, Lori, great to have you on with us. Laurie calvasina. Head of U.S. equity strategy at RBC capital markets. Right now, S&P futures are up 13 points. Down futures up 98, NASDAQ futures are higher by 51 points, ten year treasuries down, 1530 seconds, the yield 2.80%
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The World Health Organization is declaring monkeypox a public health emergency. The WHO director general made that decision Saturday after a second emergency committee was unable to come to a consensus this week, the declaration means that a coordinated international response may be necessary to help contain the spread. The U.S. is currently reporting over 2800 confirmed or probable cases of the monkeypox virus. The White House physician says President Biden's COVID symptoms continue to improve. Doctor Kevin O'Connor gave that official update noting that the president is on day two of a treatment plan that includes coronavirus drug, pax lovit, O'Connor reported that he's tolerating the treatment well and noted the president's pulse, blood pressure, and other vital signs remain normal. Biden has been working in isolation at The White House since testing positive. A new fast moving wildfire is burning near Yosemite National Park, a spokesperson for mariposa county in California says the oak fire spread rapidly overnight to more than 6500 acres, one of the main roads it is 70 national park is closed at last report, the fire was 0% contained. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. How hot is it? It's so hot, the Verizon New York City triathlon scheduled for tomorrow has cut its total length in half. Instead of biking, 24.8 miles and running another 6.2 participants will bike just at 12.4 miles and run two and a half miles, which still sounds excessive in this heat. New York City is expected to see near record temperatures on Sunday with heat indexes reaching over 100°. Google fired one of its engineers, Blake lemoyne on Friday. Now this is more than a month after he raised ethical concerns about how the company was testing an artificial intelligence chatbot that he believes has achieved consciousness. The company denies that it's chatbot language model is sentient. The firing was first reported by the newsletter big technology. A coalition of progressive groups is calling on Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer to recuse himself from the legislation intended to crack down on technology giants. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett says the coalition claims Schumer has a conflict of interest because his daughter's work at Amazon.com and met a platforms. 16 groups, which have been advocating for the antitrust bills have written in a letter to Schumer that he should not oversee the floor vote on the measure because of his daughter's ties to the companies. This letter is just one example of how activists are stepping up their pressure campaign against Schumer. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett. The postal service is ramping up its electric
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The director of the World Health Organization is asking China to abandon its COVID zero strategy Let's get the latest as we head to Ed Baxter who has global needs Yeah thank you very much rich doctor tedrick cabreo says no longer make sense Dietl COVID strategy we don't think that it's sustainable considering the behavior of the virus now and what we anticipate in the future transiting into another strategy will be very important Yeah that is a rapid change in the nature of the variant He says globally a shift is very important Brian mentioned it's no longer no longer called that anymore They call it dynamic zero but what the difference is well that's up for interpretation Ukraine says it will have to shut down about a third of the oil supply that Europe gets from Russia tomorrow System operator in Ukraine says occupying forces and dangering the infrastructure there Meanwhile the EU does not seem to be making much progress in getting a uniform approach to cutting usage of Russian oil a video call with Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orban has been postponed This after French prime minister Macron and EU commission president von der leyen spoke with him Bloomberg's Maria tadeo says Hungary is very important It's not just about Hungary There's also a number of other countries that are pushing for other consumptions Remember the European Union said it wanted to ban oil but also the services around it for the Greeks have a huge shipping industry For them it would be a good thing if the transportation of this gets exempted from this package Yeah Hungary is not a voting member of NATO but several member states are basically using it as a shield to fight the usage Meanwhile the aid package that has been languishing in the United States Congress for Ukraine seems to have support from both sides of the aisle but Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says it can't have any attachments to go forward It means to be clean of extraneous matters directly related to having the Ukrainians win the war Yeah Democrats are trying to tie up to several other issues and with Queen Elizabeth being a bit under the weather This is a mobility issue we're told The queen's speech became the king in waitings speech I don't think that's the official title Prince Charles in front of parliament That majesty's government will drive economic growth to improve living standards and fund sustainable investment in public services This will be underpinned by a.
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Down to the close Bloomberg's comprehensive cross platform coverage ahead of the U.S. market closed starts right now This is the countdown to the close of 60 minutes left in the trading session Caroline Taylor and shinai Bassett joined now My colleagues pretty good to Tim's kind of like we together welcome a full Bloomberg audiences TV radio YouTube as we are on the eve of the eve Tim I hope you've got your Chris I'm so stupid Christmas jump has been taken off Yeah I know I thought I had to ditch the Christmas sweater and put on the top But you know what We'll take a picture of it afterward altogether We'll tweet it out Hey how about that volume today Not particularly surprising given that very few people are actually trading today but that's not stopping the optimism looking like the S&P 500 if we're closing right now we would close it a record high And lead by none other than your big tag you see the NASDAQ one on that side I can say up by 1% to your point really perhaps hitting those record highs once again the question is does the set the precedent for next week Yeah it doesn't set the precedent for next week You know we also have indices here Consumer discretionary is still high guys I mean we do have Tesla again Highest stock market We stopped selling now I mean he keeps on front running that What are you going to do Rises he had another day pushes the S&P higher but you do have other stocks that are moving pushing certain sectors higher industrials more than 1% higher more than 1.4% higher really materials more than 1.2% higher Really the only thing down in the day is real estate Less than 1% nothing to Bond proxy I know Unfortunately my bond markets are closed so I don't have an excuse this time around but I don't have Tesla but if we take a look at some of the individual movers of course Nikola is one that we're looking at Take a look at this 18% That number was 5% in the pre market They're saying on Twitter that more deliveries are coming and they're posting photos of an event So really it's all about the EV world peloton of course is also managing to eke out a gain of about 2% even though and we did this in our top calls at least here on TV a city analyst cutting that price target looking at perhaps maybe some demand concerns Crocs is one that continues to baffle all of us Tim is down 13% The requiring sort of a smaller company hey dude for about two and a half $1 billion And maybe the debt rating by S&P is in question Finally just take a look at shares of Roku You're up about 2% And it is calling a major rebound stock in 2022 by some analysts And so you're getting a little bit of a boost on the day All right we got to talk about Crocs for just a second I know I know you guys were talking about this on Bloomberg TV earlier I looked up and I saw it And I had a little fomo that I wasn't getting to talk about this The stock performance over the last 5 years has just been amazing I mean we had an article last week because we talked to Andrew Reese the CEO of Crocs Over the last 5 years as of last week 1900% gain Wow For Crocs almost rivaling the performance of testing Is that the Justin Bieber effect I certainly think that's a part of it There's some other celebrities that they've done collaborations with but a two and a half $1 billion transaction for a company with a market cap of only $7.1 billion There's a great furball on that site for 6.99 if anyone's looking for the last minute gift for taller And it's an accessory you can add to this And how much is that price point got up Because this is a great shot that I wanted to show not just for the croc share price which is pretty astronomical But what's astronomical right here right now is the amount that we're all paying for goods And I thought this was some interesting data that came out earlier 8 30 a.m. The fact that actually if you factor in inflation well consumer spending is actually starting to go a little bit sluggish We're looking at the U.S. consumer spending adjusted for inflation stagnating in November Of course we've seen inflation at four decade highs That is a purchasing power right now Yeah and certainly we can't forget that this is of course inextricably bound to the pandemic and we did hear from the head of the World Health Organization warning yesterday doctor Tedros Gabriel Seuss that a blanket booster programs in rich countries could prolong the battle with COVID-19 Take a listen to what he had to say It's pretty startling No country can boost its way out of the pandemic And boosters can not be seen as a ticket to go ahead with the planned celebrations without the need for other precautions That was of course doctor Tedros Gabriel ASUS of the World Health Organization talking about a boosters there It's an interesting different narrative than we've been hearing from public health experts here in the United States who of course are continuing to push Americans to get their booster shots but of course the caveat is that we can't let our guards down now and we're still being encouraged to wear masks when we're in crowds and to avoid crowded places I mean look what New York City announced just earlier this hour that the New Year's Eve celebrations when Times Square will be paired back At the end of the day it's too early to know how much the more the uptick and testing will lead to but also the ultimate effect of these new pills right I mean the fact that two emergency use authorizations have been granted this week alone what will that mean at the end of the day Well said Christie I think what's also really interesting and affecting a lot of American well consumers with inflationary pressures but also the companies that are being selling goods at the moment is the supply chain headaches that all of this might create over in China once again because I'm looking at them shutting down cities of 13 million people They also have a vaccine that is not as efficient And when sinovac's gone into 2.3 billion arms that's a concern And that's especially a concern when you're talking about essentially the policies the different approaches that you're seeing on both sides of the world on the one hand You have the Biden administration tackling the spread of COVID not simply with just vaccines and boosters but with these antiviral pills And of course this massive huge testing plan compare that to China's zero COVID policy is to totally different story Taylor I think we're going to have a good conversation as well with someone from Merck as well on this program at least on TV and talking about the ordering and maybe the other pill might come here sooner but really comes and brings up a lot of issues about ordering and how quickly we can produce these at home treatments I will say maybe this is a cold take We're coming up into midterms next year and I think that the political will for further lockdowns at least here in the U.S. is on no one's radar I mean it's not going to happen I mean correct me if I'm wrong but I don't know how you do that going into midterms No you're absolutely right I don't even think on a more local level.
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"One welcome to the show Bill Gates says the pandemic will end in 2022 Many people have made prophecies before the World Health Organization warned that omicron the variant can change the very course without further action and Pfizer said the booster shot helps where do you go Well the equity market leaned into the Pfizer story It went bid for three days in a row giving it a little bit back this morning on the U.S. equity front Don at tenth of 1% on S&P 500 UBS Mark hay philia I quite like the way he summed up the risk Hasty exits pulling those records and your parachutes can have a costly impact on your overall return Now the strategist haven't been as divided in almost a decade twice before been so divided They're 4400 on the downside for next year 5300 on the upside and one or two people calling for a shallow a shallow market net Davis JPMorgan said don't worry we're gonna make 5200 No ultimately it's gonna be linked to the labor market We'll hear more from mister Dudley the former New York fed governor at Federal Reserve governor in a moment but this is the symbiotic relationship between the stock market for the last 30 years and the unemployment rate The unemployment rate falls you have more money higher wages tidy labor market Up she goes the S&P 500 That is what you call a syncopated move To the bond market mister Dudley says you're going to get a harder faster tighter fed We're going to get to the neutral rate more quickly than ever thought Have a look at the two year yield because we went above .7% You're looking at the short end of this curve really beginning to change direction Steven major at HSBC said this once bitten twice shy There's been shifting narratives from the fed They've been binds into action twice before this year He's worried about a more hawkish tilted next year's next week's meeting Bank of America said do not fight the fed You've heard that before Short tues Have a look at the oil market They believe in the mobility trade and live OPEC plus meeting is Ron harness prince Abdullah has been Salman has of course kept us all ouch like hell all year Could he do it again Could he squeeze the mobility market before Christmas Juliet Sally keeps me on my toes every day She's in Sydney Speaking of the mobility market yes Mattis we are seeing Asian stokes mostly higher today rising for a third session as we start to see These concerns about the omicron variant of fade somewhat You do have a little bit of weakness coming through in Japanese equities today also you can see New Zealand coming under pressure but more broadly it is a session of positivity and particularly being led by the likes of stocks in Hong Kong and China Well also watching a little bit of movement coming through in the onshore yuan halting somewhat of a two day gain It does seem like the PBOC is a little concerned about the strength that we have been seeing They set the reference rate for the currency at a weaker than expected level after it rose to the highest since 2018 during yesterday's session Let's have a look at the CSI 300 as it comes back out of the lunch break because there has been some huge momentum coming through to the upside in this CSI 300 breaking free out of that multi month trading range and back above the 5000 point level And that's a level we haven't really been able to see it sustainably hold above since around July So certainly a lot more positive momentum particularly as we look at the factory inflation data Slowing somewhat in November from that 26 year high the gap narrowing between PPI and CPI two menace In a short time we've had another data dump from China on the inflation front Let's get to our Bloomberg economist Eric ju He joins me now with his take So Tommy note on PPI does that endure as you see CPI I actually rising quite frisky Yeah so finally we see the gap between PPI and the CPI narrowing for the first time this year So start with PPI we think the moderation is a combination of a cup of factors One you know the global commodity price so some moderation in November especially the oil prices And secondly the domestic front the Chinese government had done lots of efforts and trying to boost material supplies especially co supply and a stabilized domestic market co prices So that's contributed to the moderation in the PPIs although it's not eating by a much but I think it's a starting of some easing trend on the PPI inflation And on the CPR side actually it's purely a food story So it's mainly driven the uphill many driven by vegetable and the pork prices And we would expect to continue some mild trend given the narrow in deflation and pork prices So the gap between PPI and the CPI is likely going to continue to narrow in the near future But with the CPR still quite mild we think it's a change of the big picture of that price is still less of a concern than growth for the Central Bank So we still expect more easing coming next year following the triple cart early this week Okay let's see what they do what new year's surprise they bring to us our Bloomberg economics correspondent Eric jus The World Health Organization as I said sees omicron variant as something that could change the very course of this pandemic It called in countries to vaccinate as fast as possible And keep the measures in place to protect people from infection This virus is changing but our collective resolve must not Certain features of omikron including its global spread and large number of mutations It could have a major impact on the course of the pandemic Let's get to our Asia health team leader Rachel Cheng She joins us Rachel Worrying words from the WHO wouldn't you say Yeah definitely but you know I think there's some context here that we have to pay attention to At the beginning of the pandemic the WHO did come out of the quite a lot of criticism for delaying the announcement delaying the recognition of what was happening as a pandemic And so since then you know we've seen the WHO continuously sound the alarm continuously remind people this is not over This is still really bad And if you look at what's happening now you know people are very tired People want to go back to normal They want to just live their lives the way it was before the virus And you know I think the WHO Derek general is trying to remind people this is not over And so that's why the rhetoric you're hearing is quite alarming Well in the UK Boris Johnson had suggested people should go back to working from home Here's what he had to say yesterday on the spread of the variant We don't yet know on the cron severity It's exact rate of transmission no indeed the effectiveness of our vaccines against it But since I last spoke to you it's become increasingly clear that omicron is growing much faster than the previous delta variant and it's spreading rapidly all around the world Let's go back to Rachael Rachel if I listen to the prime minister I've got to say even on a very singular basis I'm about to cancel some of my travel plans specifically as a result of omicron Now that's one person Can you imagine one that is for everybody living at home through this This is a big U turn for the government in the eye of quite a big quite a big hurrah over over some of their parties that allegedly happened last year Right and I think you know the dynamic now really is just such a contrast It's the second Christmas that people are going to have to suffer through the situation You know And I think in Europe and the U.S..
"the world health organization" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To Denise collar greeny for a checklist world in national news Hey Tim House speaker Nancy Pelosi addressing democratic losses in yesterday's in Tuesday's elections and she says voters might have been frustrated by lawmakers failure to pass those social spending and infrastructure banks The more results we can produce in a way that is people understand in their lives the better it is So she says that it could be a boost if they pass them in policy speaking there with reporters Coronavirus infections hitting record levels now in many countries across Europe something we haven't heard for a while The World Health Organization is describing the new wave as a grave concern Republican senator Rand Paul accusing the NIH again of funding research that was tied to experimenting with viruses and Wuhan China going after chief medical adviser at The White House doctor Anthony Fauci here's an exchange between Paul Fauci and committee chair there in the Senate senator patty Murray Check this out You said it a month ago I have allowed Doctor Fauci to respond you've had your time I'm going to give him a dishonest Senator Paul we will allow Doctor Fauci to respond after you've given accusations like that Doctor Fauci Well I don't have any more to say except to say that as usual And I have a great deal of respect for this body of the Senate and it makes me very uncomfortable to have to say something but he is egregiously incorrect in what he says And that exchange before the Senate health committee today Doctor Fauci meantime also said it's impossible for any virus research the NIH funded to have contributed to COVID-19 And as we've been talking about the mayor elect of the Big Apple says he'll.
"the world health organization" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The World Health Organization is still trying to figure out how exactly the Corona virus originated. The delegation, which did not include American scientists, said at a press briefing in Wuhan Corona virus is extremely unlikely to have leaked from a Chinese lab and most likely jump to humans from an animal outside the lab. Five days before leaving the State Department, Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo quietly issued a fact sheet accusing China of deceit and disinformation, hinting the virus origin aided in Wuhan Institute of Urology, based on three pieces of partial evidence. Several lab researchers had covert like symptoms in the fall of 2019 research at the lab on that coronavirus since 2016 and the removal of some of that research along with new evidence of secret military activity at the Wuhan lab involving animal experiments, That's Fox's Jennifer Griffin. Despite the Trump administration's claims, senior U. S. Defense officials tell Fox News that they have not seen any intelligence to suggest that the coronavirus came for Well, why haven't you had shut up? The search is on for a hacker who targeted a water treatment facility in Florida. Somebody hacked into a computer at the water treatment facility in Oldsmar, Florida town of 15,000 on the north end of Tampa Bay. And it happened with the operator watching the screen was able to take control of the operators computer and change the Sorting hydroxide, which is a lie using drain cleaners change the level very dramatically. In Ellis County, Florida Sheriff Bob Vila Terry says whoever did it used to remote access program to try increasing the amount of lie in the system by more than 100. Times of what safe The hacker was thwarted and the water is safe to drink in Broward County, Florida, Evan Brown Fox News, Asian stock markets or higher after Wall Street and it mixed with the NASDAQ, setting a new high U S futures process of creating higher I'm Stan,.
"the world health organization" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Ron Dirac Strip, the highest court in the land, says No California's indoor Church service ban The Supreme Court is telling California it cannot enforce a ban on indoor church services because of covert 19. The high court issued orders late Friday in two cases where churches had sued over covert 19 related restrictions in this state, the high court said. For now, California can't ban indoor worship in areas where virus cases air surging, but it can't kept indoor services at 25% of a building's capacity. The justices also declined to stop the state from barring singing and chanting and services. The court's three liberal justices dissented. I'm Surely Adler, the nation's top health officials are sounding the alarm about Super Bowl being a potential super spreader event. They're urging people to gather with friends of resume and Not in crowds like it bars, restaurants and parties. Member of the World Health Organization team investigating the origins of covert. 19 says full access was granted when they visited Wuhan, China, a member of the World Health Organization team that's in Wuhan, China, investigating the origins of covert. 19 tells The Associated Press. The team was granted full access to all sites and personnel they requested. Expect Get that level of openness. Peter Dash, aka Disease Ecology expert says the team thoroughly inspected the seafood market that was linked to early cove in 19 case clusters. We were the toilets. In the Irvin's looking down under the grids. The W. H O team plans to present a summary of findings before departing China next Wednesday. I Mike Rossia. New York State Supreme Court ruled that Republican Claudia Tenney be certified as the winner in the race to represent the state's 22nd congressional district. Your news and analysis at town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief act was so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question beatings Have Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right. Designed to heal on now I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients. But each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain.
"the world health organization" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"All of that occurring on the one year anniversary of the first case here in the U. S market. Malard ABC News Washington, One of President Biden's first access president was to rejoin the World Health Organization, which President Trump pulled the U. S out of in the midst of the pandemic. Dr. Anthony Fauci had a meeting of the group's executive board earlier today. I join my fellow representatives and thanking The World Health Organization. For its role in leading the global public health response. To this pandemic. Does the Senate have the votes to convict Donald Trump when his impeachment trial starts now Senate Majority Leader Minority Leader Actually, Mitch McConnell said this week he thinks that Trump was to blame for the capital mob. So McConnell definitely gave political cover even legal cover to his colleagues and basically gave them the okay and a reason to convict. Maybe see White House correspondent Mary Alice Park says it's early in the trial hasn't even started yet. The young woman who delivered the inaugural poem on the Capitol steps yesterday, says if she had to do it three years ago, she wouldn't have been able to because Amanda Gorman says she had something in common with the new president. Nice speech impediment wasn't a stutter, but it was dropping several letters that I just could not say for years. Most specifically, the are sound, which it would take until you know, probably I was 22 say your book's not even out yet jumped his numbers one and two on Amazon overnight. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's news station news station,.
"the world health organization" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. He was a very busy first few hours in the White House for President Joe Biden. ABC is Karen Travers says he's made it clear that controlling the pandemic is his number one priority, And that includes getting international help. President Biden on Day one moved to re engage the U. S with the World Health Organization, reversing the Trump administration's decision to leave the global health entity, Doctor Anything Fauci, who's now serving as president. Biden's top medical advisor on the pandemic, spoke to the Wh Ose executive board this morning. I am honored to announce that the United States Will remain a member of the World Health Organization. The Biden administration says it intends to work with the W. H O on its effort to distribute a covert 19 vaccine around the world. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Another thing that Biden administration will have to tackle the economy hundreds of thousands more Americans filing for unemployment. Last week Labor Department said another 900,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week. It's slightly below what economists were expecting, but still high. Underscoring the challenge. The new Administration faces as it seeks to control the pandemic and restore economic prosperity. More than five million Americans are continuing to receive state jobless benefits. NBC's here in Qatar Ski the Senate is now split 50 50 with Vice President Kamala Harris. The tie breaker, one of the first orders of business for the Senate, holding the second impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump. Horses stay still no legal strategy or any indication of who is going to be on the president's defense team. The lawyers represented him the last time around. Not going to do it this time. And then there's that big question of which Republicans will be standing by President Trump, at least 17 in the Senate would be needed to convict the president. We've already heard that change in tone from leader Mitch McConnell, BC congressional correspondent Rachel Scott. The Senate also spending this week holding confirmation hearings for President Biden's Cabinet. This is ABC News six centers of Time. Let's check in with Mr Nobles to see how it's rolling on the Thursday morning..
"the world health organization" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"In South Carolina. Is that who you voted for? So I'm just wondering It isn't you have to do something about it. Kevin McCarthy. The leader of the House. He's one of the deep sea. That came out Is that who you voted for? Is that who you voted for November? You voted for Kevin McCarthy. Maybe you did. Maybe you live in a very progressive state. And you got the guy you want saying with South Carolina you got maybe, you know Lindsey Lindsey Graham's Your Your man. Maybe that's what you were voting for. I don't know. Possibly Mitch McConnell, Kentucky. Maybe you've gone liberal. Maybe that's what you want. Maybe you want socialism or, you know, maybe you're looking forward to that socialized medicine. Well, then you got what you want. If you didn't you need to do something about it in your state. All right. 16 363 11 10. Yeah. I could tell you this much. Markets don't like What they're hearing right now. There. You know, we're looking at everything in negative territory. The small cap stocks are down 1.5%. Everybody, you know they're concerned. Now I don't really care about those on Wall Street. They deserve everything they get because they thought they could be a spineless is they wanted to be and get away with it. They're going to find out well quick. By this time next year, it was the biggest mistake they ever made. All they're gonna find out sooner, but they're really know the full effects of it. Apparently the World Health Organization. Which is akin to the UN's far as I'm concerned there, it's a joke. One that we are on the brink. The world is on the brink of a Catastrophic moral failure due to unfair vaccine rollouts. Would probably Agree. And indicate What did you expect? What did you expect? Well, listen. There are parts of the world that we don't even care if they have clean water if they can even eat Think we worried about them getting a vaccine? By the way. World Health Organization, the moral hazard. There was created many many years ago by the depravity of man. That has continued to grow worse and worse. Don't care, not worried about that. I don't care about an astral world catastrophe. So you know, the World Health organization acts like they're surprised. We're going to Agra Port Craig Taggart, pray for Craig. He is going through so many health issues. He and his wife both, so I hope you lift him up in prayer. Um, this week. But We appreciate Greg so much. Here he is. We'll be right. This is Craig. How guard with your financial issues. They got date for January. 18th well that markets will be closed today with the trade resuming at 7 P.m. central time this evening. Friday saw corn prices come under some pressures. We saw profit taking ahead of the long weekend. We did have a little bit of news on the export front, with the USDA announcing the sale 110,000 metric tons of corn to Mexico for the current marketing year. So obvious traded lower as we saw it. Traders exiting their positions ahead of the long weekend means we're also pressured by a disappointing Nope. A crush report. Nope. A report showed the crush for December was 183.19 million bushels. Now the trade was estimating that the monthly number would come in at 100 85.175 million. Although the report fell short of trade expectations is worth noting that this is still the second largest monthly crush number in the history of the nation, so it's hard to get bearish on the heels of this report. Freddie soft wheat market spike upward and put in new life of contract highs as the Russian economics minister outlined the proposal for a new wheat tax implementation. They will raise the export tax and march 12 £50 from the £25. It is in place in the February 15th the march 1st time period, and they're going to continue to tax exports in the Newmarket year that starts on July 1st. It appears as if that tax rate will be formula based versus the current fixed tariff system that has a lot of twists turns and uncertainty to the current market situation. Cotton futures were weaker. With a March futures closing 45 points. Lord, they settle it 80 70. Livestock futures. On the other hand, we're all higher on Friday, April Live cattle were 97 a half cents higher. Well, the feeder cattle march feeders were up $2.45 at the close. Lean on futures were stronger as well, with April futures 57 a half cents higher. The closing bell. Classy mill features ended the week and a great note, with February futures 32 points higher closing at 1923..
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"Kfbk, the World Health Organization says health professionals have administered about 28 million doses of the Corona virus vaccine worldwide. KFBK correspondent Matt Matt Johnson with more speaking at a virtual event, Wh O Emergencies director Michael Ryan says. There have been five different vaccines or platforms used in about 46 countries, he noted. Most of the vaccinations have happened in the world's wealthiest countries and called for more equity, Ryan said. There are populations who are not going to get vaccinated unless or until we learn to share better. I'm at Madison At 6 34 on a Friday morning. Here are your top national stories. Unveiling his covered 19 economic relief package. President elect Joe Biden said part of the $1.9 trillion plan would go towards improving the vaccination process. He called it a dismal failure. Thus far. ABC is Matt Gutman has more on vaccines from Los Angeles Dodger Stadium, which until this morning had been Nation's biggest covert testing site, is transforming into one of the country's biggest covert vaccination sites. They hope to administer 12,000 doses a day. But the country still woefully behind its own vaccination schedule. 11.1 million doses of administered so far the FBI's warning of a substantial danger to the public in law enforcement from explosive devices it upcoming protests, according to an FBI memo obtained by ABC s security continues to get tighter in Washington, D C head of the inauguration. And ABC News Washington Post POLL finds Two thirds of people say President Trump Bears at least some responsibility for the attack on the U. S Capitol last Wednesday. Brian Clark, ABC NEWS Plaster County, opening up a vaccine program details in news from your neighborhood in three minutes. Be ready. Events are fluid Corona virus vaccine details are constantly changing. Getting a vaccine. It's an OMG moment you're minutes away from a fresh update on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. Alright.