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"thirtysecond" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Race line radio network well for the thirtysecond occasion the is cut lucid exhibition place in toronto for the honda indy one by gase racing's scott dixon from new zealand little recap of this show and of course adding expert analysis to become to expect with fine gentleman welcoming back in canadian motorsport hall of famer and the man behind the wheel section the toronto star are very good buddy the celebrated celebrated norris mcdonald norris you're in your truck not move in that's good news ladder me beyond belief air yes i know on purpose that i give it accurate just exactly yes wes you do are you are the finest radio sometimes television analyst and reporter i'm motor sport this aren't you kind it's always a pleasure to be on the air with listen i thank you sir and bank edge as as you know we had you on our toronto affiliate are co flagship station sports net funny the fan before the race started on sunday since it has occurred and i'm looking at various critiques of it and various reports on it norris you've been to all thirty two of these you've covered you've been involved with it you're in the first few years involved with corralling photographers working with was fertile and doing a few things like that but you've seen all thirty two of these if that wasn't yes if that wasn't one of the best indycar races we've seen gene at the seaney grounds in toronto i think it's definitely in the top three and maybe in the top two do you agree or do you disagree i agree with one hundred percent there have there eighty six yeah ellison you know there's there's been exciting races i mean my goodness early days for the very very first one we don't want to spend time in this no rain hall was was held in the pits for more than a minute to laugh yeah and came back to win yes you do which was just an astounding dry having that this race had everything it had exceptional driving in had i thought it was a nascar race i i have never seen as much bumping and banging and grinding than i've seen in this race these types have suddenly become fearless i'm not so sure such a good thing well you know they're open wheel cars in walls each side yeah what they do but the thing was that there was good work there were mistakes in the pit i mean arco andretti did not have to go in no hitting what the heck were they doing and and gave up a fourth place no to our local hero angeles right ellie his teeth that point it sorted out some problems he was having his steering earlier and he was closing in of ten laps it might have been a different result entirely but the thing was ahead everything and it had good weather is a little warm but i had a fantastic crowd and we were talking that earlier we were and and you know simon passionate and his second in the race even made mention in the post race press conference about the fact that every grant stan was packed yep and you do any better than that no you can't and we were talking about you know is this race on the rebound will be ever get back to the glory days of the eighties nineties maybe not but you know i think after we saw the saturn the entertainment on the race track men i think this thing is is is on the rebound yeah are you are so correct i really think it's on the way yeah now now the people who it's people who own race evergreen race promotion it's right at and you know jeff acton is very able lovely guy president of honda indy thing now have to capitalize on this better no use it's no use sitting back and say well we're on the road back we don't have to do anything we're going to put a great you know if if they build it if you build it they will come no you have to now promote this race you got it throughout the year and not leave it up to airi'q thomas and norris mcdonald and i was only speaking partially tongueincheek today you on the fan yeah nobody does more promoting this rates than you and i do well you're right you know but they've got to promote this and take advantage of this thing but do don't drop the ball now now you know it probably the.
Martin Truex Jr. brings the horsepower at Kentucky
"Line on the radio network with the latest news and opinion and here we go on the race line race rap thirtysecond honda indy toronto in a scorcher it was when everything came unglued though in lap thirty four when the leader joseph new garden got bogged down it off grew tire marbles new zealand's scott dixon shot up into the lead knee held it there for its third one of the season third in toronto simon panel second and podium third in his hometown race for robert wiggins how fine is this his oakville team may jeans hinge james hinchcliffe other fourth charlie kimball fifth montreal zach claim into mental good story here to started dead last twentythird scored fourteenth healthy weekend throng for the thirty second running of the streets of toronto for the indycar series just might be the best one we've seen in maybe twenty years i don't know what you think i've thought it was pretty good indycar points into middle high auto the toronto in just about doubles dixon's points lead he leads new by sixty two coming up in our guest segments detail rundown of the finishing order then toronto star wheels norris mcdonald will join us for some expert analysis of the chase by the lake and thanks to all who stop by our broadcast location on thunder rally with our toronto affiliate to say hello and benches with us darn hot but darn good indycar notes if you don't mind i wanna go back a page to hinchcliffe win on the iowa oval the race ending under caution something nascar considers burning at the stake worthy heresy hinch has no trouble with races ending under caution but you gotta be careful this is rooted in fuel if the track is clean with two laps to go then yam forum i don't i'm not a big fan of like doctoring the length of a race just to make sure it ends under green for me there's too many races that are fuelled races for us we run out of fuel crossing the line and if all of a sudden a yellow fly comes out with to go and ends up becoming a green white checkered erases erases done and i don't i don't think that's fair we go into it knowing how long it's going to be and that's what we planned for so that's what i want to run the exactly fuel aside you are manipulating the finish of a race when you add laps to try and ended under green and i don't like that at all and i think you all know that all the indy lights tidy up toronto began to indy lights award in arusha one those candidates kelly was fifth and sixth master hadas peres well arenas vk one both of those candidates parker thompson finished eighth in both of those endeavors nascar cup under the lights again this time in kentucky and martin to x junior and canadian crew chief copan dominating proceedings leading all but ninety three of the two hundred and sixty seven laps win number four on the season for true junior the defending champion ryan blaney second brad keselowski third kozlowski still winless the season that's a surprise cup points in new hampshire kyle busch who was fourth at kentucky leads harvard who was fifth by fifty nine cup clippings or plans come together it seems at charlotte pretty nicely for the september thirtieth wroval four hundred i playoff road course in nascar history longest road course in the sanction as well two point two eight miles seventeen turn road thing thirtyfive feet of elevation change that uses a portion of the charlotte oval kind of like what they do daytona it will be the first cutoff race of ten race cup playoff nascar xfinity at kentucky the christopher bell canada's alex labbe thirtysecond with some contact trucks ben rhodes took that candidate stuart friesen second that i win is coming and coming soon nascar canada avocado indie that went to andrew ranger from one week up for germany twentysecond lewis hamilton accepting the apology from kimi raikkonen for their first lap crash off the start of the british grand prix and wants to move on oh we're so happy to hear this lewis was clobbered by the ferrari driver turned three at silverstone which dropped to eighteenth but wasn't a treat ever watch him charge back through to.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Thirty first band tommy dressy thirtysecond ty dillon thirty third thirty fourth wyan plenty cole whitt thirty fifth cody where thirty six jamie mcmurray had engine problems winds up thirty seventh in aj almond dinger after winning stage one he cowboy because he missed a shift of look the car and he said he was heartbroken by it but he told everybody that's the hard cold truth he said i missed a shift for the first time in forever and that meant of course they last place thirty eighth place finish for him now as we look at this race doug we had at it looks like only seven lap leaders in this event dominated by of course martin trucks junior league sixty two kevin harvick leads five laps aj aldinger leads five four for denny hamlin two for kyle larson one for jones one for kurt busch we had only three caution flags in this race stage one conclusion then you had the almond dinger blown engine on lap thirty five and then a caution flag that ended stage number two at fifty two that was it so it meant one hundred two laps of brain only eight laps of yellow so the average speed for the winter eighty two point eight eight five kyle busch his point lead now heading to chicago seventy two over kevin harvick joy llegado in third one hundred twelve points back so again that's the fight for the fifteen bonus points up for grabs for the regular season championship in kyle busch has pretty good lead right now and alex bowman is the guy on the bubble even though he is fifteenth in points ricky stenhouse junior is not the bubble guy because austin dillon with that by virtue of winning at daytona and here's mired down at eighteen points and alex bowman didn't hurt him hurt his cause at all today marquette a nice run and just seventeen points separate him from ricky stenhouse interesting to see as we play out because it looks like doug we're not gonna get the number of winners that we had last year because true x harvick kyle busch or just so dominant week i honestly think at this juncture right now i don't i think we're going to get to vegas for the start of the playoffs with ten or less winners because i just don't see kyle busch and true ex and kevin harvick coming back to the pack and not having a bad day same time or or other teams being able to catch him.
Opec debating compromise output boost, say sources
"Eleven three studio charlie pellett trade war heard a little bit about that haven't you absolutely bloomberg radio it's all we're talking about would be very careful because there is a distinction are we in a trade war right now or is it still at the dispute stage you are so smart well we're gonna talk a little bit about the trade dispute slash war you make up your mind just a moment now it's ever to try thank you very much and let us begin with how equities finish today the sp nasdaq nasdaq moved higher snp lower the dow also laurel one hundred three point drop in the dow down about four tenths of one percent sp down five down two tenths of one percent nasdaq eked out a gain swinging between gains and losses right into the close but ended the day higher by half a point tenure up one thirtysecond the yield there two point one two point nine one percent gold little change down ninety cents the west texas intermediate crude up one point one percent sixty five eighty on wti according to people briefed on the talks opec members are considering a compromise agreement that would entail an oil output hike of between three hundred and six hundred thousand barrels a day over the next few months by chino's with paths trading partners he says it could be an even bigger development and that is the possibility of russia becoming closer to opec i think it's the most significant thing that could come out of this meeting in vienna i mean you're talking about the two worlds the world's two largest oil producers consistently the us popped up there on an occasion during this production cut but both of them can turn on anywhere from two to three million barrels respectively without cap which the us can't do and again wti west texas intermediate crude up one point one percent sixty five eighty four a barrel of wti recapping stocks mixed snp down five down two tenths of one percent nasdaq up half a point little change the dow down one zero three at dropped their a four tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett and that is a bloomberg business flash all right charlie thank you so much you're listening to bloomberg markets carol massar and this is bloomberg radio.
Trump claims N. Korea no longer nuclear threat, tells U.S. to "sleep well"
"The means of distribution at and t is hoping to replicate the capabilities of comcast which acquired nbc universal in twenty eleven gina cervetti bloomberg daybreak at and t shears down about two percent in early trading time warner search four and a half percent after the decision was announced here's the nation are block adele almost nineteen percent in early trading the tax preparation company forecast twenty nineteen revenue below analysts estimates the firm also said it didn't see the new client growth it had wanted air us sanctions and economic upheaval may take major toll on the oil market the story from bloomberg's patrice accordia in its first detailed forecasts for two thousand nineteen the international energy agency says opec members iran and venezuela could lose almost thirty percent of their oil output next year the iea says new oil output from outside opec in particular us shale should be enough to cover growth in demand but nations such as saudi arabia may still need to boost output to compensate for lost supply from other members opec meets next week and we'll debate whether to restore production at halted last year patrice sikora bloomberg daybreak thank you patrice double capitals jeff flock is warning that the stage may be set for fiscal trouble lock says the us is increasing the size of its deficit but at the same time it's raising interest rates he calls that a suicide mission lesson futures up three points that is a tenth of one percent ten year treasury prices up one thirtysecond the yield a two point nine five seven one percent this is bloomberg thanks bob now six or seven on wall street let's get news from around the world we say good morning to bloomberg's michael barr thank you john president trump says there is no longer a nuclear threat from north korea trump sent the tweet after landing this morning and marilyn from his historic summit with north korean leader kim jon own in singapore meanwhile australian prime minister malcolm turnbull praised president trump but says as country welcomes the summit outcome cautiously where will it lead will result in the complete denuclearization of the peninsula only time will tell you secretary of state mike pompeo is traveling to south korea.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"For the results of the fomc meeting interest rate is likely had done deal but investors are looking for clues as a guy for future rate hike path trajectories we check the numbers every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on bloomberg radio s and p five hundred is little changed dow jones industrial average is down a tenth of a percent down twenty six and the nasdaq is up two tenths of a percent of twelve the ten years down one thirtysecond the two point nine zero percent west texas intermediate's up one point two percent at sixty four thirty a barrel comex gold's up a half a percent at thirteen eighteen thirty an ounce the yen's at six twenty six the euro dollar twenty two eighty two dollar forty sixty one the data that came down at the top of the hour sales of previously on us homes rose more than expected in the first gain in three months indicating job gains and tax cuts are supporting demand in spite of the fact that it's tough to find a house out there that is a bloomberg business flash i'm greg jarrett this is bloomberg markets with pimm fox and lisa abramowicz on bloomberg radio tesla may be the poster child for this era a company that burns through cash it has promise of technological prowess that has excited the imaginations of many out there the true story of this company however may lie with its credit and here to join us is joel levingston senior credit analyst for bloomberg intelligence you've been digging into tesla's credit an interesting concept this company borrowing to burn cash this perhaps is the true story and what is it telling us well i think what it's telling us is that the company will continue to invest much like an amazon did in trying to build out its optionality and as it does bad it needs low cost financing and that's becoming more and more challenging which will make their drivers difficult and more also make the ability to for that for their bonds to perform well what kind of collateral would be valuable to an investor here well everybody loves receivables and and it has a tremendous brand name and so i think that's the concern is that this.
EU approves Bayer takeover of Monsanto after concessions
"Johnson ceo alex gorski on bloomberg big decisions tonight at nine thirty on bloomberg television european union may give it's okay today for buyer or bayer if you will to take over monsanto that's according to the german news agency dpa the report says buyer would still have to meet some conditions for the sixty six billion dollar deal deal to go through meantime us antitrust regulators are still opposed to that takeover sp futures this morning down by three points that is a tenth of one percent dow futures lower by thirty points nasdaq futures down by twenty seven points in europe london's footsie is down almost half a percent this morning the cac in paris down third of one percent the dax in frankfurt down a tenth of one percent ten year treasury prices up one thirtysecond yield down to two point eight nine oh four percent you're listening to bloomberg daybreak and this is bloomberg radio.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on The Big 98
"Bob abe so far buddy eric pass lays coming in and the next few minutes the ed friday night she don't love you he's got a brand new song we'll talk yard pass lake coming up in just a few minutes so be good gobert amy now for that skinny bounds latest ruined the hollywood amiez thirtyseconds skinny it's friday so we got some movies out today gringo are wrinkle in time in strangers pray at night to others recall in tom supposed to be big i know and i think it only had forty three percent positive on run tomatoes which that great what made me think that maybe it's not as big as the hype because listen you have oprah in it the of reese witherspoon whenever they're doing that much press i go ooh like they need help and they're they're doing tignes oppress the disney movie out puts a book yeah but it's a book first i it may be there are no but i was watching a rerun of big bang theory the night and they're reading a wrinkle in time on the show how body tie notable that what else have okay so now on your alexa you can have blake shelton wake you dying is a top rhetoric yet i mean coughing time to get up y'all yeah talk that yesterday i hadn't heard of before until now i don't like what i would be asleep inflight a man is talking to me and my room go put the gram of bad telling me to drink ghazi who's in my house so how do you do that you just tell it is tell us they say hey i want blake shelton wake me up three other options out only go the boy i don't even know lawyers blake while you want now figured like some now totally different i'll like wii don't be late don't.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The solve i know you gotta go i wanna come back to guns and ask you to gimme thirtyseconds on whether you believe that donald trump has actually flipped from anti guncontrol to pro gun control as he appeared to do on television but nobody knows whether to believe him after yesterday i saw the clip of president trump standing up and pledging allegiance to the nra and the second amendment i venture a clip of trump basically saying he's in favor of confiscation of guns without any due process uh you tell me i i i have given up uh trying to figure out uh the president uh in terms of his statements and i think most people have given up uh trying to figure out the president terms of the statements but i also think they've given up on trying to figure out most politicians by statements they've given up on the whole damn process so i look for results i look for product let's see what he does and then we'll judge governor as always thank you very much thank you uh wnyc this is the mission of new york public radio to make the mind more curious the heart more open and the spirit more joyful through excellent audio program that is deeply rooted in new york pursuing this mission every day is only possible because of you the independent local and national news the.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"The in comparison exactly not through our area were open speakers rather work and the colder bike the nbc by the way who are three million overlapped one year it look the nra bill neared horror educate me one point six billion yeah i mean compared to the other lobbies you right now say what i was saying or maybe i miss smoke is it in a is a hold i donate at what most people consider a lot of money but i'd i'd looked at one particular wreck presentative in they had donated that the public was claiming or the masses were climbing had been bought by the nra the only donated ten thousand dollars to his campaign right well ten thousand dollars won't by you know envelopes and people to lick them okay and in a political campaign so it was peanuts on the big picture and i i think that's the reference i was mike yeah so you in bub actually agree yeah eight six six we be big jeff and alabama jeff go ahead thirtyseconds about it don't don't to have a lot earlier got arrested for domestic violence the pizzas that like after the show yesterday heard the guy is that rail yes rough bushy lazardo mugo ago that's all i'm bo so she was she like being rough with her husband on i have had i not assaulted some police officers to agree yeah well actually was the police policemen it was actually the police officers that were west as bonding to the domestic violence complaint so he assaulted the three police officers when they arrived is wale mandaric she likes sixty now so what makes you got the rough housing wither wither significant other and the flynn's mmhmm yeah according to the.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The dow the sp nasdaq all pushing higher stocks rising with treasuries the donougher is slumping as optimism and the strength of the economy outweighs concerns the federal reserve will rush to tighten monetary policy as some pr twelve now up four tenths of one percent the dow up two hundred thirty six up by one percent nasdaq up thirteen off by two tenths of one percent we've got the tenure up nine thirtyseconds the yield their two point nine two percent gold is up five tenths of one percent thirteen thirty beyonce west texas intermediate crude up one point six percent sixty to sixty nine for a barrel of wti i i'm sure lee palettes and that's a bloomberg business flash leslie thank you so much charlie pellett you're listening to bloomberg markets it is levin 48 in the bay area and to 48 on wall street following through from bloomberg view opinions and commentary from bloomberg columnists i'm jonathan bernstein a columnist for bloomberg view students now organizing against gun violence are great demonstration of why sixteen and seventeen year old should be allowed to vote indeed i'd go lower setting the voting age at thirteen or fourteen voting is the training wheels of political participation and yet we not only allow more sophisticated political action from high school students everything from organizing marches to lobbying their legislators to electioneering but we usually praise it these activities are more difficult and more influential than single votes can ever be so why should we allow them but prevent voting my best guess is that it wouldn't have much of an effect on election results but getting young people in the habit early would probably tend to increase participation going forward the bottom line is that the ma christie's should have very strong reasons to deny the vote any citizen or to make it difficult for any eligible voter to exercise their right that makes the case for lowering the voting age 16 or even lower an easy one i'm jonathan bernstein for more view please go to bloombergviewcom or.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Who is the only guy giuseppe saying he was the only governor to make payments to it where none of the others did he he vilified teachers he vilified all the civil servants everybody pays into their pension pays into their health this is not in these are not entitlement everything bridge game i mean that's horrible right let's dogs easy in lakewood on the jersey waterboard 05 hazy people could even a holiday evening of good how you doing it's been such a long time since we spoke what i know 24 hours it hasn't been the same steve i like this i'm right on right after i get through the screening process right on i heard a lot of people complaining last hour when you call i'm telling you right through a year you got to pass you've got the season as i tell taylor his equals game right on the air but i gotta do trafficking thirtyseconds take a quick court he got all right steve so we would like this um it oh seeking today um if i were to be on their what i will do um one thing i hate the gas tax uh i would definitely want to eliminate that right away another thing i wanted to do is free speed limit somebody highways and other thing i wants to do is take we toll booths and down meek make uh like something that similar ez pass just scandal license plate and sunday belva seem would similarly like like like it hasn't ez pass jim just uh charge a little bit more those couples fence mark all right so instead of phil murphy we need governor is his new jersey one point point says traffic on the southbound side we've got some road work in south brunswick between beams lane and steps in the right lane and shoulder are closed and traffic is definitely slow getting through that area we've also got some delays on the northeast extension of the turnpike opioids between fourteen before to nato that's all due to construction your singlefile not getting food us reg both ways and on the main line the turnpike be southbound truck lanes of his fortune of them are being shut down for construction across the hudson george washington bridge leaving new jersey we're looking a minor delay seemed ingles lincoln and holland tunnel their staten island crossings.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"For has gonna kick a field goal he lets thirtyseconds run the clock gets it to thirty denver kicks the field goal than they kick off the threetime mats left does the neil it's like you're losing in your teams not a playoff team what are you preserving era but it was saint they use eu snapped about jacksonville and others who long passes look i had wide open guide the browns plus three and a half there are twenty one seven the fourth add jacksonville minus two and a half up twenty seven ten and the them i i'll lose both these games yes is insane yeah but cancelled affable jacksonville on paper has the recipe to beat the patriots where it should so the game down here rush brady up the middle macomb uncomfortable make it at seventeen fourteen 2017 type game you four and a time of possession fornet as 38 carries and just keep the ball away for brady but you can throw in them it's a thing i the throw deepen their maybe maybe inadequate it it it it throw jaylen ramsey but i think he can go over the top in them i think the pats in the thing with jacksonville's wants her down ten it's over would blake be the worst quarterback that ever be the patriots in the playoffs sanchez we lost this all right that's right yeah i think we lost to him twice i might have blocked one of of edward censure was highly regarded sanchez would think could throw diesels bar lindsey agency was awful i don't know it added a nonconfidence listener but the steelers the pats yvonne the steelers i think all the steelers fans have have just kind of given up now you're not going to say ninety on them this week and there's something going on with them now they've they pulled out some wins the ah you know and i i think they chaisiri thing which is awful and i'm amazed by the lack of information we have from debt for a minute one couldn't get any information about what happened i still i i think it's reading yes it seems like it's bad and they've just kept it out of the public grime way his teammates yesterday i mean you could feel it.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"I'm charlie pellett the dow the sp nasdaq all lower right now a three tenths of one percent drop in the sp 500 index equities paired the worst of the losses as senate republicans edge closer to passing tax cuts sp down seven the dow down sixty one a drop their of three tenths of one percent nasdaq now down thirty want to drop their of five tenths of one percent stock slipping the most in two weeks treasuries rallying with gold after michael flynn pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents the tenure up thirteen thirtyseconds the yield 236 percent gold up five dollars the ounce to 12 eighty of by four tenths of one percent west texas intermediate crude up one and a half percent of fifty dollars twenty four cents a barrel i'm charlie pellett and that's a bloomberg business flash thank you very much charlie pellett hey let's get the etf for fourth etf report uh for with henman jp morgan has been expanding its etf business end earlier this week it launched a new offering that sort of a hedge fund package wrapped in in etf rapper her vaults tunis can probably explain this better than i can of bloomberg intelligence eric give us the details could be morgan of been driven ethiopia and it is an actual hedge fund manager running ahead fun actively manage etf rapper that's that's what makes it different than some of the other sort of hedge fund like etf this is actively man and so in central getting a jp morgan hedge fund manager for about how the cost of an actual had fun with no capital gain the real value proposition here the performance will matter joins another one they have called diversified alternative etf so the second a calm had fun cloned his they're going to come out with more and possibly a big threat to hedge funds given that their cheaper and do the same thing the costs 85 five his point which is more expensive compared to an etf but wait cheaper compared to a had fun great hedge sunday in ets rapper from jp morgan thanks eric with the bloomberg etf report i'm charlie hyman.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"S p 500 down three tenths of a percent down eight dow is down a tenth of a percent down three three in the nasdaq is down a tenth of sent down eight the 10year is down three thirtyseconds the two point three five percent was texas intermediate's down three percent at forty nine twenty six a barrel colmec's gold's up twotenths of a percent at twelve seventy five seventy and out the ends of dollar twelve 77 the eurodollar seventeen twenty nine the pounded fifty two now more politics policy and power nathan hager and peter barnes thank you greg earlier today the labor department reported the first decline in us payroll since 2010 a number that is largely being discounted by economist effort after several hurricanes disrupted the us labor market today's data also show the us jobless rate at four point two percent last month but national economic director gary cohn told bloomberg earlier today that continued economic growth would only be possible with of the president's proposed tax code overhauls we believe that the tax cuts is essential to continue the economic growth that we've started yes we've started some real economic growth we been rolling back regulations but we need to continue the economic growth we can need to continue the wage growth here in america joining us for more on this story now is carl riccadonna the chief us economist for bloomberg intelligence from our bloomberg 1130 11th 300 studios in new york and carl drill down on the impact of the hurricanes in this report for us and help us to reconcile the tighter four point two percent jobless rate with the week job creation number absolutely said we don't have to drill too deeply at beneath the surface to start seeing the impact of both hurricanes harvey and erma out which showed up in today's data sowa right off the bat we see that deputy rule change which had been trending about one hundred and sixty thousand 100 and seventy five thousand per month that fell all the way down into negative territory minus thirty three ordinarily when you have a hurricane a major hurricane it knocks payrolls off of their trend by about one hundred thousand out we got two last basically in that month and so we basically got double the impact so almost two hundred thousand relative to the trend and so that's not particularly a big surprise but now we also saw impacts elsewhere in the.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on WTVN
"Is worthy of six ten wtvn i'm scott jennings twenty seven year old robin lewis was in the crowd in las vegas when the gunfire broke out she tells sister station the one hundred fifty two points the nasdaq gained 21 you're listening to abc news entire crowd ever trampled run she said it was thirty seconds of shots followed by thirtyseconds of silence on the crowd could run for cover you can find that complete in cool after the confusion of whether or not it was fireworks who crap again looking for a way out every point mike burger break argus and you were just brent humor a entire crowd lake there were trampled right she said it was thirtyseconds of shots followed by thirty seconds of silence on the crowd could run for cover in find that complete interview at our website 610 wtvn dot com michael slater's now facing the death penalty for the murder of cheating malinowski franklin county prosecutor ron o'brien made that announcement today we did as we re why are due by the law at the time of his new contest we reserve the right to prosecute additional criminal offenses should the elements necessary to do so occur the necessary element being the coroner's report the said judy died in june as a result of being doused with gasoline and set on fire back in two thousand fifteen is currently serving eleven years in prison after pleading nocontest arson and assault charges saved lawmakers also just past duties lov increasing the penalties for those maimed in an assault slickers arraignment on the murder charges expected later this week the us supreme court has declined to hear an appeal by cleveland man sentenced to die for killing eleven women in hiding the remains in and around his home at issue our arguments by fifty eight year old anthony so all over the closure of an evidence hearing during his trial and has rejected offer to plead guilty seoul's attorneys objected to the trial judge's decision to close the pretrial hearing about the admissibility of seoul's eleven hour video videotaped police interrogations a wellknown former ohio politicians on board with a contentious ballot issue this november status should choose now supported by denis qcentage the former cleveland mayor state senator and congressman if issue to passes ohioans will lead the nation in directing the.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The s p five hundred it is little changed at twenty five or six seventy seven dow jones industrial average is little changed down five of the nasdaq is down about a tenth of a percent down four the 10year is up three thirtyseconds revealed a twopoint two three percent as we indicated west texas intermediate's up over fifty dollars a barrel it's up one and a half percent or 50 24 barrel gone gold is up threetenths of a percent at thirteen fifteen thirty announce the ends of bellary levin 48 euro is at one twenty even and the pound visited dollar thirty five fifty four in europe the footsie's down a tenth of a percent the dax in germany and the cac in paris as little changed that is a bloomberg business lash bloomberg markets continues with lisa impair thank you so much greg jarrett well despite some of the rhetoric that we heard out of president trump at the united nations talking about wiping north korea off the face of the earth should they at continuing provocations are threatening us markets are reaching new highs and continue in that side daily trend toward higher at higher levels right now i wanna bring a dave wilson bloomberg stocks editor columnist and blogger at mlive go on the bloomberg dave i wanna talk a little bit about this disconnect we've seen storms hitting the caribbean puerto rico we saw that horrific earthquake in mexico city the death toll is rising how can we describe why there is such complacency and why even optimism big expressed in stocks well lee you can kinda take a step back and just say you've got a market that has shown remarkable stability if you look at daytoday price moves within each day you know we're looking at the seventh day in a row now of a third of percent or less from high and low in the s p 500 in fact you know that that range has narrowed sin she asked today and get this this market stability mean that that sort of offsets the concerns that are out there to some extent and then really you know if you think about market moving events being news though daft the natural disasters are tragic and they do have an effect on companies as well but it's interesting to watch fed ads today which is now finally dealing with the natural disaster of.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A bloomberg business flash bloomberg world headquarters i'm charlie pellett the dow the sp nasdaq all advancing we are looking at records right now stocks are higher with the s p up two points to twenty five or six south one tenth of one percent the dow up thirty three of two tenths of one percent nasdaq up six the gain narrow onetenth of 1 percent the tenure dau three thirtyseconds yield two point two four percent gold tire a little changed up five cents down to thirteen oh seven the elms west texas intermediate crude down fifty two cents a barrel to forty nine thirty nine the dropped herald one percent i'm charlie pellett and that who brosseau is a bloomberg business flash thanks charlie jurors in the first trial the banker on charges stemming from a us crackdown into currency market rigging we'll have plenty to keep them interested a codenamed project shine for a three point five billion dollar currency trade traders sworn to secrecy the alleged defrauding of the client by front running in millions of dollars in profit the trial of mark johnson a british citizen who was then head of global foreign exchange trading for hsbc began with jury selection yesterday in brooklyn federal court was he front rounding hedging my guess or patricia hurtado bloomberg news legal reporter and line and new in bloom berg news fx reporter pat you're watching the trial tell us what prosecutors say johnson is accused of well armed that transaction at agent agreed to gear are with higher to do that government with mark mark constructed in such a way that um the cairn energy which he alleged victim company are had to pay more money and that bike and sterling the pound are they are allegation is that these traders new that they trade tradeweighted trying to be structured in such a way and that they structured in such a way to caused the sterling to spike and then knowing that pay boxster elina head of the transaction and were able to make money off the fact that fight and that and they were able tat yeah make a tidy little profit at eight million dollars at linen ethics is a largely unregulated industry so what are the market practices that are at issue in this case well as patricia said it's clearly a case of weather and be determined believes that what mark johnson dead west front running um you know trading before.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Clearly from bell was beat down five to 24 seventy to drop their of two tenths of one percent the dow added eight points to twenty two thousand twenty four up less than onetenth of 1 percent nasdaq down twenty two or drop their of four tenths of one percent the 10year of fifteen thirtyseconds the yield two point two two percent stocks fell to session lows after the wall street journal reported special counsel robert muller was said to of and paddled a grand jury in the ongoing russia probe the wall street journal reports signals that the ongoing turmoil in washington surrounding potential ties between the trump campaign and russia will persist an ongoing story stay with bloomberg burg for the latest as for the stock market's performance today brian battle is with performance trust capital partners in chicago economic number necker nothing else i of the magnet manufactured by african of dr b one real short term nine pin gentle rerun for the mark levin show dan we are awaiting the latest numbers out of gopro gopro up today by two point nine percent goal down three naughty beyond so drop of three tenths of one percent west texas intermediate crude with lower by one point three percent of forty eight dollars ninety six cents a barrel so again recapping another record on the dow up nine to twenty two thousand twenty five s p down five down twotenths of 1 percent nasdaq tumbled twenty two down fourtenths of 1 percent i'm charlie pellett and that's a bloomberg business flash fool the motion tim mcgraw vogel.
"thirtysecond" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"thirtysecond" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"And requested cd kit high school nineteen highschool friends that killed in north africa high school line coach was killed in the south pacific herman bluffing then celebrated his ninety th birthday with the ninety six th infantry division on my birthday of foxhole the foxhole network shut up and sang happy birthday all of these young men boys really would join hundreds of thousands of others for the fight of their lives the day of the pacific on an island three hundred and sixty miles off the coast of japan who can out the emperor's doorstep it was the door for japan and they knew that as even better than we did the japanese government after the fall of human knew that the americans were obviously going to strike at okinawa they also knew that once okay now fell it was only a matter of time before the invasion of mainland japan thumping strategic point invaded us farm its proximity to japan's main islands in its airfields made okinawa strategically critical to the allied planes get an unconditional japanese surrender even if they had to go all the way to tokyo to get the island is sixty miles long populated with farms it's hilly terrain honeycombed with caves tunnels into because of the large civilian population cabinet the island for centuries there was a turtle back tombs made of stone that part of the okinawan culture their burial vault general simon boulevard buck son of a confederate general would leave the x army's massive and abuses solvable canal operation is he was physically and the purpose he could take a call pay exercise newest toughest now thought hi entirely different when you for that here at great concern for them an an avid outdoorsman bucknor in his young son bill one on the last fishing trip before the war are cars and you can be offered busy our glorious fishing trip together yes the ninety forty one just before huge rainbow trout on the other side leading the japanese thirtysecond army in okinawa general mitsuro ushijima a senior member of imperial headquarters heat assembled one of the most effective combat deems in japanese history with general agreement was a very capable command be i was relatively small in stature and he was a type of leader that would allow his the uh staff to prepare plans and so forth.