35 Burst results for "Three Decades"

Section of destroyed shuttle Challenger found on ocean floor

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Section of destroyed shuttle Challenger found on ocean floor

"NASA's confirming that a large square of debris buried on the ocean floor comes from the Space Shuttle Challenger More than three decades after the challenger exploded killing all 7 people on board including teacher Christa McAuliffe a section of the spacecraft has been detected on the ocean floor not far from cape canaveral It's at least 15 by 15 ft² but it could be larger because some is buried in the sand A NASA manager who confirmed the authenticity says of course the emotions come back the debris was spotted by divers looking for wreckage of a World War II plane roughly 118 tons of pieces from the challenger have been recovered The history channel on November 22nd will air a documentary on the finding I'm Jackie Quinn

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Biden's $90 Trillion Price Tag With Brian Riedl

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden's $90 Trillion Price Tag With Brian Riedl

"About the, I mean, I'm a big deficit hawk. I'm a debt hawk. I actually think deficits and debts matter. I know I'm old fashioned in that way. It's been my most unpopular policy crusade ever. And most unsuccessful policy crusade, I should say, but that's fine. Because I talk about it a lot and people just roll their eyes. But this is a massive issue. I mean, we're talking about the destruction of our currency, our national security, walk our audience through the enormity of this issue. Thanks, Charlie. I think people don't fully recognize what's about to hit us right now with deficits and debt. President Biden said he's going to reduce deficits. He's actually signed legislation adding 4.8 $1 trillion to ten year deficits already. So we're already looking at deficits that are going to be heading back towards $2 trillion by the end of the decade. The 30 year numbers are scarier. The congressional budget office projects a 114 $1 trillion in deficits over the next 30 years, a 114 trillion. And that assumes no spending heights, it assumes the Trump tax cuts expire, no wars, no recessions, and most importantly, it assumes interest rates don't rise. And as you know, interest rates have been drastically rising. So we are looking at debt levels that could get so high that it'll be nothing we've seen anywhere else. Again, we're looking at over a $100 trillion in baseline deficits over the next three decades.

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Bank of England Raises Key Interest Rate by 0.75 Point

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bank of England Raises Key Interest Rate by 0.75 Point

"The Bank of England has made its biggest interest rate increase in three decades in an attempt to beat stubbornly high inflation the Central Bank has boosted its key rate by three quarters of a percentage point to 3% The aggressive move comes even as the bank predicted a two year economic contraction through to June 2024 Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey said the move was necessary to keep inflation down The rate increases the Bank of England's 8th in a row and the biggest since 1992 it comes after the U.S. Federal Reserve announced a fourth consecutive three quarter point jump as the fight against inflation takes

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Tudor Dixon: Press Corp Fails to Fact-Check Gretchen Whitmer

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Tudor Dixon: Press Corp Fails to Fact-Check Gretchen Whitmer

"You know she's very deceptive tutor Gretchen Whitmer I watch your debate you did a fantastic job you are not some career politician You did amazing She just lied though At one point she rather condescendingly turned to the camera then suggested that kids in Michigan were only out of school for three months Well tutor that's just simply a lie How the fact checkers weren't all over that I mean the evidence was everywhere Lansing Detroit schools were closed for three and four times that length She's the one that did this She did nothing to fight to keep kids back in school Nothing at all And we have such a miserable press corps in the state of Michigan They won't even fact check this It's so ridiculous but it did honestly people across the state went you've got to be kidding me And I think what the way you said it is so right because she stood up there and she smirked and out of the side of her mouth She said our schools were closed for three months And people have come to me and said how could you possibly look in the camera and say that to people who have had the kind of scores that we've had come back recently Michigan is in the bottom ten for education in the nation We've dropped several points We have had we just got the nape test back and it said that our fourth and 8th graders are so far behind that in some cases they believe that we've lost three decades of reading progress in the state of Michigan And the bizarre thing is you have these little activist journalists that don't understand what that means I had this woman say to me you know you really hung up on third grade reading And I said yeah pretty much And she goes don't you think there are just some third graders that aren't going to learn to read and I said which one

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Michael Wilkerson: Slavery Defined Who We Would Become as a Nation

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | Last month

Michael Wilkerson: Slavery Defined Who We Would Become as a Nation

"Our two in my conversation with my friend Michael wilkerson, the book, really an amazing book. It's called why America matters. Okay, so Michael, we left off talking about the issue of slavery. And you write really extensively about that battle in our history, because a lot of times we get the short version of it. To me, this was the foundational challenge. This was the question that was going to define who would we become as a nation. Slavery was an aberration. It was inimical to the ideals articulated in the declaration in the constitution. And yet we allowed it to live. There was a belief that, oh, it'll just go away on its own. Later in following the signing of the declaration, a lot of the signatories and others really begin to rally around resistance to the idea of slavery. But we were in conflict because half of the nation in the south were very much wedded to it from their economic and cultural social life. John Quincy Adams, after he left The White House for the next three decades in the House of Representatives, haranguing about the issue of slavery, Benjamin Franklin, in his last decade, really devoted himself to abolitionist causes. The rise of the abolitionist movements in the 1830s through 50 60s really were a catalyst to begin to awaken public consciousness at a broader level to the evil that was the institution of slavery. The most fascinating person that I found in this whole period of history was Frederick Douglass. Frederick Douglass was an escaped slave who, in his youth, had taught himself to read, taught him itself, got all kinds of books whenever he could. Eventually escape to the north. And long story short became a leading abolitionist, a leading voice, a friend of president Lincoln. And in my view was the most prophetic voice speaking to the conscious of America saying, this thing is evil and it has to be destroyed. And

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"three decades" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | Last month

"three decades" Discussed on WTOP

"That treating those diseases could cost more than $800 million over the next three decades. Doctor zafar zafari and assistant professor at the university of Maryland conducted the study. If you put it at the population level, then it's going to be a huge medical burden. You would have better than PWI changed flight patterns back in 2012 to curb delays, possibly affecting the youngest residents the longest. Over lifetime, increases risks of mortality. Gigi Barnett, WTO news. Now for money news, here's Steve potus. This is a Bloomberg money minute. There have been plenty of speed bumps in the way of automakers in recent years, but our carmakers turning the corner even as consumers get squeezed by rising interest rates and concerns about the economy. The industry will still be something different than what it was pre-pandemic. We'll definitely be at low levels like it is now, and that will ebb and flow a little bit. General Motors, president Mark Royce, he says customers have been buying. We haven't seen a lot of demand fall off even with some of the ups and downs of the economic situation that we're seeing in the United States. The demand is there. But will demand still be there, as inflation sends prices of just about everything else higher. Royce says the supply chain remains a big issue. The supply chain is very fragile right now. However, it's our job to get more efficient to offset those costs for the customer. Roy says, the chip shortage seems to be leveling off and that'll make a big difference. Of course, the entire auto industry is watching rising interest rates, which rice calls a challenge for customers borrowing to buy a car. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Steve potus. Gone WTO. And coming up on WTO with less than a month until midterms, President Biden and others are out campaigning 9 57. That's the sound of a crack in the ceiling found at a home inspection. But with a real tour by your side, a newfound leak might only cause minor worries. With their expertise, a realtor can suggest a credit at closing, and even connect you to a contractor to help you shore up that leak and alleviate your worries. When it comes to cracks in your plans, the expertise of a realtor can make all the difference. The difference between an agent and a realtor is real. Realtors are members of the national association of realtors. That's who we are.

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How Biden Offered Millions of Americans 'Forgiveness' for Their Debt

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

How Biden Offered Millions of Americans 'Forgiveness' for Their Debt

"The Biden administration with great fanfare announced its college debt forgiveness program. And the program applies to people who have loans that they're unable to pay back, you have to be making less than a $125,000 a year now to qualify for this debt forgiveness. And it's normally a debt forgiveness of $10,000 in student loan debt, but if you are a pell grant recipient, you can typically get another $10,000 in debt forgiven. Now, this is a bad idea. On three levels. First of all, it's expensive. It costs the federal government, at least according to the congressional budget office, about $400 billion over the next three decades. This is money we don't have the country's deeply in debt. So this is a ridiculous thing to do from the government's point of view. It's also bad for the actual person who supposedly being benefited. Now obviously they're being helped in the sense they don't have to pay. But they're being heard in the sense that they're getting a message from the government and in fact from society generally. In responsibility, you can take loans and you're not going to have to pay them. It's kind of like telling people who come over to the country illegally, you can come over illegally, but we're going to make you citizens anyway. So this is an encouragement and inducement to irresponsible behavior. And by the way, many of these people who have taken this step. Some of them, of course, have been conned into it. Conned into it, by the way, by very cunning universities that basically say, hey, listen, it's no problem. Don't worry about it. Pay later. So university is a very complicit in this debt scheme. But of course, a lot of people went into became majors in women's studies and black studies and sociology and education. And they essentially made basket weaving. They majored in things where they should have known if they didn't know that this is not going to be easy for you to take on this kind of data and pay it back. And yet they did it.

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Georgia's shifting politics force GOP to look beyond Atlanta

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia's shifting politics force GOP to look beyond Atlanta

"Republicans are changing their campaign strategy in Georgia Northern Georgia has become one of the most Republican areas in the country over the last three decades Stevens county commissioner Dennis bell says when he was a kid he could remember his family being Democrat When I got my teenage years most of them started swapping over to the Republican Party White county resident Vicky McMurray attended an event held by the Democrats in July in Clayton Georgia She says there are still some democratic strongholds in northern Georgia but she says it's hard to tell It's hard to see the difference I'm not going to lie I wish we could see it but we see the difference in what happens Northern Georgia is overwhelmingly white and those who study the electorate say that many white voters who were Democrat made a hard turn against Barack Obama the nation's first black president I'm Donna water

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"three decades" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:11 min | 4 months ago

"three decades" Discussed on Today, Explained

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi landed in Taiwan earlier today. All right, I believe we are seeing Nancy Pelosi coming down. It was just de boarded the plane after arriving in Taiwan. Remember, this is the highest level visit by a U.S. official in 25 years coming at a very sensitive time. China does not want her to be there. China's foreign minister today said U.S. politicians who play with fire will come to no good end. The U.S. called that saber rattling, but it should be noted The White House didn't want her there either. So, what is Nancy Pelosi doing in Taiwan? What is she not doing in Taiwan? I don't expect her to like stand on a Taiwanese beach. And stare across the street with her arms folded and going, um, China. We're here, but I do sort of expect her to make as many, again, small deep democratic statements and show her support as possible because that ultimately is what this trip feels like it's about. That's coming up on today explained. There's merely listening to today's point. It's today explained I'm Noel king Alex ward longtime friend of the show, national security reporter for Politico. Why are so many people losing it over Nancy Pelosi being in Taiwan? Because of the escalation that it portends. There's necessarily for visit. It's more what could happen afterward. So you're seeing already escalation between China, whether sending planes to the middle of the Taiwan strait that separates Taiwanese island from Mainland China, you're seeing shift sale near that. That sort of border, the leader of China Xi Jinping say, hey, don't play with fire here. Then this comes amid a pretty tense moment, not already between the U.S. and China, but as the U.S. is trying to get China to stop helping or to not help, I should say, Russia and his war against Ukraine. And so having Nancy Pelosi be there, which would make her the first speaker to be there since 1997. There's no way around that. So then why is she there? What's the official reason she's given if all of this is stressing everyone out? Well, the thing is, she doesn't even give him official reason. When her office provided an itinerary of her visit, it didn't include Taiwan. Singapore mentioned South Korea mentioned Japan. There's no real reason why she's going. The unofficial reason that the best thing we can surmise from our own reporting and from others is that, you know, she's fearful. She will not be the speaker by this fall. And she has had a decades long. Stands pretty much China Hawkeye and standing up for human rights in China. She was in Tiananmen Square shortly thereafter the famous tank and the tank man moment saying that the U.S. stands for people of China, the U.S. national human rights. The three members of Congress had been optimistic about their human rights mission to China until they themselves went to Tiananmen Square. Democrats Nancy Pelosi from California and Ben Jones from Georgia and Republican John Miller of Washington staged their personal Tiananmen remembrance in front of the international media in a square full of Chinese tourists and security personnel. And so maybe this is sort of a bit of legacy furniture. Maybe this is in her final days. She went to Taiwan, stood up for its democracy, gave the middle finger to Chinese leader Xi Jinping and showed herself to be the true champion of democracy worldwide, not just in the U.S. that she fancies herself to be. Let's put all of this in some context. What is the United States official policy toward Taiwan? It is that we do not recognize its independence. We haven't done so since 1979, when Jimmy Carter officially made the U.S. recognized Mainland China with Beijing as its capital and Taiwan as a separate political entity. It basically break away state. The United States of America and the people to Republic of China have agreed to recognize each other. And to establish diplomatic relations as of January 1st, 1979. Within this context, the people of the United States will maintain cultural commercial and other unofficial relations with the people of Taiwan. However, it does recognize its ability to defend itself from would be invaders, which of course would be China and we have sold a billions of weapons and missiles and planes and all other kinds of things to Taiwan to help it defend itself and create what some analysts would call a porcupine quote unquote, which is an island so full of missiles so full of weapons that it would basically Frick China if it tried to take the island by force. What is China's policy toward Taiwan? And I mean both its official policy and also the way it behaves toward Taiwan. The official policy is that there is one China. And by the way, I should say that the U.S. believes in that too, that is the one China policy Taiwan as a separate entity. By June believes that Taipei is not its own capital that it belongs to China. And so the sort of official policy is that eventually there will be the reunification of the island. And so it's been decades in which sort of a democratic Taiwan has built up basically off the shores of a very communist China. And so the goal is perhaps economic integration, perhaps with change in Taiwan's own politics or just given enough time, there will be a reunification. The thing that worries a lot of people and a lot of people here in the U.S. especially is that China may grow impatient and especially with the authoritarian leader in Xi Jinping. And especially with other internal politics, dictators have politics too. We always forget seem to forget that. There are people that might consider she weak for allowing the U.S. to still defend Taiwan. So this is sort of leading to some concerns that China's gearing up for an invasion of Taiwan, not imminently not anytime soon. But soon enough, the Chinese timeline, let's say, and I'm making this up as like 20 years from now, while the American timeline, and of course the Taiwanese timeline is never do that. Okay, so Nancy Pelosi's visit is making a lot of people tense, did she get approval for this trip from President Biden? No, the opposite. Well, actually not even the opposite. Biden didn't call her as far as we know and say, please don't go. What Pelosi heard was a lot of anger through the media about what U.S. officials were thinking. White House officials, oh, why would we start another fight when we've got the Russia Ukraine thing going on? And we don't want China to actually start helping Russia in that clip. But what's been interesting, the administration stance has changed and changed in the sense that they're like, look, if she's going to go, we're going to do what we can to defend her. It's her right to go. We're never going to list kowtow to what a Chinese leader is saying. If she wants to go, we will not be intimidated. And this was said from The White House podium. Put simply. There is no reason for Beijing to turn a potential visit consistent with long-standing U.S. policy into some sort of crisis or conflict or use it as a pretext to increase aggressive military activity in or around the Taiwan strait. President Biden didn't want her to go, what about her Republican colleagues? Many of whom share her hawkishness on China. What do they think about this? They're delighted. It's a big deal. And look, let's not sure about this. It is a massive deal that she's going because what it shows is that it's the highest ranking Democrat in decades to show up in Taiwan. And it's the highest ranking American to show up in since 1997 in Taiwan. And Republicans like it because there has been sort of a shift in Republican thinking on Taiwan. And I should say among some Democrats as well, but most of the Republicans, they don't like that the U.S. has what's called a strategic ambiguity. Stands first Taiwan, which basically means that if China were to invade Taiwan, the U.S. is not going to signal what it's going to do. Whether it's going to defend Taiwan or whether it's not. Republicans have told me they've been very open about this and we should get rid of this. Get it done. We will defend Taiwan is what they want. Why make it into U.S.? And that's not what Pelosi is going to Taiwan to say, as far as we know, but it does sort of show a level of closeness and integration. That could lead eventually down the line to like, why would we

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"three decades" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"three decades" Discussed on WTOP

"News, Washington. Is the Federal Reserve making the right moves to keep the economy out of a recession and lower eye popping inflation. CBS's Caitlin Huey burns Well, they continue to raise rates going forward, is there a risk of kind of overdoing it? That's something that has been asked of The White House and they say, look, that's separate. Here's what we're trying to do to control prices and try to do things to bring prices down for the average American. The fed's in the middle of its most aggressive drive in three decades to try to tame the inflation monster. The U.S. may be willing to make a deal with Russia to bring WNBA player Brittany griner and former marine Paul Whelan home. Secretary of State Antony Blinken. We of course want to see those who are wrongfully detained. Be released and be able to return home. At the same time, it's important that we work to reinforce the global norm against these arbitrary detentions against what is truly a horrific practice. Federal prosecutors looking into the role, former president Trump played in the January 6th insurrection. Details from CBS Jeff begs. Investigators are now scrutinizing phone records of former Trump aides, including his chief of staff, Mark Meadows. Witnesses called before the grand jury include senior aides to former vice president Pence, who have testified publicly to the pressure put on Pence by mister Trump. Almost a dozen states are dealing with multiple wildfires among them Texas, CBS Omar villafranca is near Dallas. 224 counties here in Texas are under a burn ban, but that didn't matter here. The fire marshal says the blaze was so intense. Some of these homes experience what's called full flash over, meaning they just burst into flames, 26 homes in both springs were damaged 9 of them destroyed. Singer songwriter Shawn Mendes is canceled the rest of his world tour so he can focus on his mental health dates were canceled in North America and Europe, Mendes hunt, big star. He said 6 top ten hits on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. This is CBS News. You listen to WTO P for the latest news, traffic, and weather in your car, but what about when you're not behind the wheel? Download the WTO news app to listen wherever you are, eating breakfast, out for a run, or at work. Plus, sign up for news alerts, create a personalized news feed and register for rewards, 24/7, 360 five, never miss

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Fed unleashes another big rate hike in bid to curb inflation

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Fed unleashes another big rate hike in bid to curb inflation

"The Federal Reserve has again been boosted its benchmark interest rate in a bid to tame inflation It's the Central Bank's most aggressive bid in three decades to fight the highest inflation in four decades for a second straight time It's hiking The key rate by three quarters of a point It's likely that they're full effect has not been felt by the economy So there's probably some additional tightening significant additional tightening in the pipeline The goal is to reduce consumer and business borrowing and spending thus cooling the economy and slowing inflation Some analysts though worry with the economy already slowing more rate hikes by Jerome Powell's fed will lead to a recession this year or next For now I do not think the U.S. is currently in a recession Sagar Meghani Washington

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Why America Is Worth the Fight

The Officer Tatum Show

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Why America Is Worth the Fight

"All the things that Biden has accomplished and why they want to get rid of the guy. I absolutely don't know. I do want to wrap this up. I intended to finish before the break, but I think it's important that we go through this. And then I want to move on to what's happening with cope and in some news that you should know about, oh, oh, oh, oh. Oh yeah, they're finally coming out with studies admitting that we were right all along and that the masks don't work. So we'll get into that. Also, oh my God, another study natural immunity to COVID gives 97% protection against severe reinfection for many months. That's not the case with the vaccine. You know what the experts told us? With the liars told us with the fascist Fauci of the world told us, the guy that hasn't practiced medicine for what, over three decades. On believable. But understand what the left is trying to do all of their decisions are calculated. All of them are intentional. The question is, are you going to be a citizen or a subject? And guys, let me tell you right now, this isn't just about this election cycle. It's not just about 2022. It's not just about 2024. It's not even just about 2028. I'm telling you that we're going to have to fight for our lifetime in America is worth it. You're going to have to teach your kids about the constitution and why it's important. You're going to have to teach your kids American history and why this nation is so great because the left isn't going to do it in these government schools. They're going to do the exact opposite. And I understand not all people can afford to put their kids in a private school, not all people can handle taking their kids out of school and homeschooling, but if you can do so.

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Retired Justice Stephen Breyer joining Harvard law faculty

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Retired Justice Stephen Breyer joining Harvard law faculty

"Now that he's off the Supreme Court Stephen Breyer is heading back to school Breyer graduated from Harvard Law and taught there for nearly three decades The school says he's coming back as a Professor of administrative law Breyer literally wrote the book co authoring a textbook on the law surrounding government agencies It's you mister college student that you mister law school students earlier this year the 83 year old Breyer said he wants to make sure younger generations are ready to keep up what he calls America's great constitutional experiment They'll determine whether the experiment still works Sagar Meghani Washington

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Justice Dept. Sues Arizona Over Requiring Proof of Citizenship to Vote

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 5 months ago

Justice Dept. Sues Arizona Over Requiring Proof of Citizenship to Vote

"Wants to legally block a recently passed law in Arizona that requires proof of citizenship to vote in some federal elections. This is from the New York Post. The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit Tuesday to stop the legislation that was signed into law by governor ducey in March and is supposed to take effect at the beginning of next year. Assistant attorney general Kristen Clarke in the Department of Justice's civil rights division said the Arizona law is a textbook violation. Of the national registration act that requires each state to establish federal election voting procedure voting registration procedures. The Biden Department of Justice is suing Arizona for saying, how dare you? Ask your voters to prove their American citizens. They continue by saying, quote, for nearly three decades, the national voter registration act has helped move help to move states in the right direction by eliminating unnecessary requirements. That have historically made it harder for eligible voters to access the registration roles. Quote, Arizona has passed a law that turns the clock back on progress. By imposing unlawful and unnecessary requirements that would block eligible voters from the registration rolls for certain federal elections. What requirement is that? You mean that illegals should be on our voter rolls? Yes, it's exactly what they mean. According to

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"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:36 min | 5 months ago

"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That. Let's listen in. Now you and I have served as advisers to a New York Federal Reserve kind of committee. You think the Federal Reserve missed the boat on inflation and maybe they should have moved more quickly earlier on or you think that they did the best they could. And hindsight, they should have moved earlier. And I think they're doing their best to catch up now. And I think you're going to see them move really aggressively. So market already at 50 basis points at the next three meetings is already priced in. So I think you're going to see them rush to get rates up to the two, two and a half percent range. And then I think they're going to reassess where the economy is. They had a hard job. Okay. What do you think is the most common mistake that investors make the average investor most common mistake? I think it's fomo. So buy high, sell low. And the amount of damage that does, the average investor is big. Let's suppose I'm an average person in middle income, not a professional investor. And I have some money. Let's suppose I have an extra $100,000. What would you say that person should do with a 100,000 to put an index fund or something else like that? Yeah, I mean, I think for the average investor buying an index, but buying and holding and just letting it compound is really sensible advice. I think the more trading someone tries to do, the more damage they tend to do. And today, if you hadn't gone to Wharton, do you think you've been in this business? I think going to Wharton was a game changer for me in terms of what it exposed me to and it definitively led me to this career. And the education you get there as an undergrad is incredible. The things I came out of that school knowing relative to my peers right out of college, I felt really well prepared. And if your parents been able to see your success. They have. I'm actually in the process of building a house where we'll be living right next to each other. And they say, well, we're responsible for this great success or how do they remind you that they raised you in a way that made you possible to have this success? I actually remind them that they're responsible for all the success. We didn't have a lot of money growing up, but I never wanted for anything and it was they always pushed us to kind of seize opportunities and be the best we could be and I really owe them a lot. And that was Don Fitzpatrick, chief executive and chief investment officer of Soros fund management. Wealth with David Rubenstein, part of our best of Bloomberg series. All right, Denise, now let's turn to another big name and finance. Abby Joseph Cohen spent three decades at Goldman Sachs before leaving Wall Street just this year to join the staff at Columbia business school. That's right. And now in academia, she caught up with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Lisa Brahma, it's the other day to reflect on that change and also to talk markets. Let's listen in. What a shift to go from the 25 hour week of Goldman Sachs down to the cushy job as a professor at one of our acclaimed schools. How abrupt is a shift Ben. Well, it was 25 hours a day, not a week. Excuse me. Correct. That's quite all right. It has been a wonderful adjustment for me, frankly. You know, I was an adjunct to Columbia for almost a decade. So I knew what I was getting into. I love the students, at Columbia, half of them are from overseas. And it's a terrific faculty. I'm spending time with a lot of the faculty working on new curriculum materials for them incorporating the real world aspects into the academic work. And the foundation here folks is something that's a Rite of passage if you're in the racket. You must read either 1934 gram Dodd, or maybe you catch up with Graham dot and coddle. Right now we look at Graham dot and Joseph Cohen, which is going to be the new definitive book out of Columbia business school. How do you take the fundamentals that we were weaned on and drag them forward into Jerome Powell's modern age? Tom, that is a wonderful question, but first let me set the stage. And that is to say, for the last few years, the fundamentals have mattered less than things like momentum and investor enthusiasm. Now, you take a look for example at the strong correlation between the technology stocks, cryptocurrency, and so on, and basically say these are financial assets in which valuation approaches really didn't matter very much. And I think we're now back into a period in which it does matter. Where it's the fundamentals of earnings, the fundamentals of margins, the fundamentals of inflation and interest rates and putting that all together in terms of appropriate valuation models that will make a big difference for investors going forward. Abby, how do you model the fundamentals at a time when people can't game out whether we're going to have a sanguine economy or a hard landing that looks something like a depression at what point do you game out recessionary outcomes in your fundamental analysis? Yeah, there are two different ways to look at that Lisa. First of all, we can game out alternative scenarios. So we have some sense of what the range of possibilities might be, not just for equities, but other financial assets. But of course, at the end of the day, an investor portfolio manager has to say, what do I think is the most likely scenario? You can always plan for the worst if you have very little risk tolerance You

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"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:36 min | 5 months ago

"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That. Let's listen in. Now you and I have served as advisers to a New York Federal Reserve kind of committee. You think the Federal Reserve missed the boat on inflation and maybe they should have moved more quickly earlier on or you think that they did the best they could. And hindsight, they should have moved earlier. And I think they're doing their best to catch up now. And I think you're going to see them move really aggressively. So market already at 50 basis points at the next three meetings is already priced in. So I think you're going to see them rush to get rates up to the two, two and a half percent range. And then I think they're going to reassess where the economy is. They had a hard job. Okay. What do you think is the most common mistake that investors make the average investor most common mistake? I think it's fomo. So buy high sell low, you know, and the amount of damage that does, the average investor is big. Well, let's suppose I'm an average person in middle income, not a professional investor. And I have some money. Let's suppose I have an extra $100,000. What would you say that person should do with a 100,000 to put an index fund or something else like that? Yeah, I mean, I think for the average investor buying an index, but buying and holding and just letting it compound is really sensible advice. I think the more trading someone tries to do, the more damage they tend to do. And today, if you hadn't gone to Wharton, do you think you'd been in this business? I think going to Wharton was a game changer for me in terms of what it exposed me to and it definitively led me to this career. And the education you get there as an undergrad is incredible. The things I came out of that school knowing relative to my peers right out of college, I felt really well prepared. And if your parents been able to see your success. They have. I'm actually in the process of building a house where we'll be living right next to each other. And they say, well, we're responsible for those great success or how do they remind you that they raised you in a way that made you possible to have this success. I actually remind them that they're responsible for all the success. We didn't have a lot of money growing up, but I never wanted for anything and it was they always pushed us to kind of seize opportunities and be the best we could be and I really owe them a lot. And that was Don Fitzpatrick, chief executive and chief investment officer of Soros fund management. Wealth with David Rubenstein, part of our best of Bloomberg series. All right, Denise, now let's turn to another big name and finance. Abby Joseph Cohen spent three decades at Goldman Sachs before leaving Wall Street just this year to join the staff at Columbia business school. That's right. And now in academia, she caught up with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Lisa Abramovich the other day to reflect on that change and also to talk markets. Let's listen in. What a shift to go from the 25 hour week of Goldman Sachs down to the cushy job as a professor at one of our acclaimed schools. How abrupt is a shift Ben. Well, it was 25 hours a day, not a week. Excuse me. Correct. That's quite all right. It has been a wonderful adjustment for me, frankly. You know, I was an adjunct to Columbia for almost a decade. So I knew what I was getting into. I love the students, at Columbia, half of them are from overseas. And it's such a faculty. I was spending time with a lot of the faculty working on new curriculum materials for them incorporating the real world aspects into the academic work. And the foundation here, folks, is something that's a Rite of passage if you're in the racket. You must read either 1934 gram Dodd, or maybe you catch up with Graham dot and coddle right now, we look at Graham dot and Joseph Cohen, which is going to be the new definitive book out of Columbia business school. How do you take the fundamentals that we were weaned on and drag them forward into Jerome Powell's modern age? Tom, that is a wonderful question, but first let me set the stage. And that is to say, for the last few years, the fundamentals have mattered less than things like momentum and investor enthusiasm. Now, you take a look, for example, at the strong correlation between the technology stocks, cryptocurrency, and so on, and basically say, these are financial assets in which valuation approaches really didn't matter very much. And I think we're now back into a period in which it does matter. Where it's the fundamentals of earnings, the fundamentals of margins, the fundamentals of inflation and interest rates and putting that all together in terms of appropriate valuation models that will make a big difference for investors going forward. Abby, how do you model the fundamentals at a time when people can't game out whether we're going to have a sanguine economy or a hard landing that looks something like a depression at what point do you game out recessionary outcomes in your fundamental analysis? Yeah, there are two different ways to look at that Lisa. First of all, we can gain out alternative scenarios. So we have some sense of what the range of possibilities might be, not just for equities, but other financial assets. But of course, at the end of the day, an investor portfolio manager has to say, what do I think is the most likely scenario? You can always plan for the worst if you have very little risk tolerance. You can always

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"three decades" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"three decades" Discussed on WTOP

"And now to the top stories we're following on WTO P and other house hearing on the January 6th insurrection is about 15 minutes away from starting today the committee's focus is how then president Trump pressured state officials to reject election results and electors among those testifying, a Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger. You've all the Texas residents are hearing there were enough officers on the scene at rob elementary school to stop the mass shooter three minutes after he entered the building. Today, the state's public safety chief is testifying that the police response was, in his words, an abject failure, 19 children were killed that day. Today is primary day in D.C. and Virginia, district voters choosing candidates for mayor, congressional delegate, attorney general, and a number of D.C. council seats. Virginia voters are picking major party candidates and several U.S. House races. Stay with WTO for more on these top stories in minutes. Getting around Britain is tough today because tens of thousands of rail workers have walked off the job. It's the biggest transit strike in Britain in three decades. Compounding the pain for commuters, London underground subway services were also hit by a walkout. Union leader Mick lynch says Britain's transport secretary grant shapps is holding up negotiations. He's dictating what they say. He's dictating what they can spend, and he's dictating that they must make unreasonable changes in our industry. The dispute centers on pay, working conditions, and

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UK rail strike strands commuters, pits workers against govt

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 5 months ago

UK rail strike strands commuters, pits workers against govt

"Tens of thousands of railway workers walked off the job in Britain It's the biggest transit strike in Britain in three decades Compounding the pain for commuters London underground subway services were also hit by a walkout Union leader Mick lynch says Britain's transport secretary grant shapps is holding up negotiations He's dictating what they say He's dictating what they can spend And he's dictating that they must make unreasonable changes in our industry The dispute centers on pay working conditions and job security shaps responded No one is talking about a pay freeze All along there's going to have been a pay rise And that is why this strike is unnecessary and it should be called off This commuter in London a healthcare worker finds it hard to sympathize with the unions In the NHS and everything And I kind of want to send it but it's not the people that you need to hit they're not hitting they're hitting the people that actually need to get to work they're hitting the patients staff Two more transit walkouts are planned in Britain this week I'm Ed

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U.K. Hobbled By Largest Railway Strike in Three Decades

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

U.K. Hobbled By Largest Railway Strike in Three Decades

"Union rail workers in Britain say they will go on strike tomorrow It could mean a messy commute in London and across Britain It is disastrous Secretary of State for transport grant shapps says the union has been planning this Back in April they called the strike on the false pretense with their members of taking themselves off the pay fees which of course the whole of the public services had for the past couple of years At that pay for ease was coming to an end anyway the strikes are completely unnecessary Union secretary general Mick lynch says the strike in Britain is an attempt to save jobs We're faced with thousands of job cuts despite what grant shap says there's been no guarantee that these redundancies won't be compulsory We've seen four or 5000 jobs already go From the railway they've told our maintenance staff network

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Kathryn Kolbert: Roberts Would Not Divert Others From Overturning Roe

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 5 months ago

Kathryn Kolbert: Roberts Would Not Divert Others From Overturning Roe

"So the argument is going to be Roberts does tend to like a middle ground. And the chief justice has indicated in the past that the pivotal issue for abortion rights may be whether a pregnant person has a pregnant person, says Politico ever the woke ever the woke publication, whether a pregnant person has sufficient I can't believe I'm reading that. Has sufficient opportunity to get an abortion, not the age of the fetus. Roberts has said, there is a point at which they've had the fair choice opportunity to choice. Why would 15 weeks be an inappropriate line? So in other words, Politico is reporting, and I think it's probably just a theoretical argument. But he only needs one other conservative and attorney Catherine Colbert who argued at the high court for the abortion rights side in case C three decades ago predicted on a recent podcast that she sees no way justice Roberts diverts his colleagues from their increasingly intense desire to overturn roe. Not a chance in hell. She said bluntly. Well, we'll see. I'll believe it when I see it.

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The Double Horror of Stagflation: Stagnant Growth and Inflation

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:02 min | 5 months ago

The Double Horror of Stagflation: Stagnant Growth and Inflation

"The country is going into a real economic morass, a bad situation. And what makes this bad situation so disgusting is it is almost entirely self inflicted. Now, the word that we're hearing, once again, we haven't heard it in almost three decades. Stagflation. And stagflation was a new word when it was coined in the 1970s. It was coined to describe a phenomenon that economists did not think they would see. By and large, people often thought that economic growth and inflation work in opposite directions. They don't really go together. So in other words, if you have economic growth, you could have some inflation that goes with it, but you're not likely to see inflation that goes along with economic stagnation. The very fact that prices are going up generally means wages are going to go up. And so you're going to see inflation, you're going to see economic growth, but you're not going to have a case where you essentially have bad news on both fronts. That stagflation stag here referring to stagnation or stagnancy. And then deflation part of it is, of course, inflation. But that's what we have now. And in the 1970s, it was driven by an energy crisis that was largely caused by OPEC by a cartel of foreign countries, essentially controlling and manipulating the prices of oil and gas. But now we don't have that. In fact, there have been huge discoveries of natural gas in America. And so it is our own refusal and by hour here I mean the decision by the Biden administration to block access to oil leases so we're not Tapping our own our own available resources. And as a result, we have not just an escalation of gas prices. We not only have a well almost 9% inflation, but we're now beginning to see the effects in the economy.

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Federal Reserve raises benchmark interest rate 0.75% as it tries to calm inflation

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Federal Reserve raises benchmark interest rate 0.75% as it tries to calm inflation

"The Federal Reserve has approved a big interest rate hike The three quarters of a point increase is the largest in nearly three decades We thought that strong action was warranted at this meeting and today we delivered that Inflation has reached a four decade high Chair Jerome Powell says the big rate hike is a sign it struggling to curb the pace and persistence of inflation Inflation has obviously surprised to the upside over the past year and further surprises could be in store Inflation has shot to the top of voter concerns leading up to Congress midterm elections raising the likelihood of democratic losses in

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Biden to Host Latin American Leaders at Summit in Los Angeles

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Biden to Host Latin American Leaders at Summit in Los Angeles

"The summit of the Americas is being held on U.S. soil for the first time in nearly three decades And vice president Harris is looking to show her clout in her home state The gathering in Los Angeles will give Harris a chance to connect with Latin American and Caribbean leaders who have seen little of hers since she was given the thankless task of addressing migrations root causes The only three with whom she met on two quick trips to the region are skipping the summit The presidents of Mexico Guatemala and Honduras who are protesting the U.S. decision to not invite authoritarian governments from Cuba Nicaragua and Venezuela Harris biggest achievement in the region so far was helping secure $1.2 billion in corporate commitments to invest in Central America Today she announced more than 1.9 billion aimed

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How Alabama's Mike Rogers Made His Way to Congress

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:50 min | 6 months ago

How Alabama's Mike Rogers Made His Way to Congress

"Folks, I want you to welcome to the Doug Collins podcast, Mike Rogers, from Alabama Mike's good to see you, buddy. Thank you, Doug. We miss you, man. Well, I miss being there. A lot of late night Sessions and discussions and everything as we go. One of the things that I always like to talk about when we get started on the podcast is and from a perspective, everybody seems to know us, even if it's back in our districts and states, they know us from things like this. They see us on TV, they see us on, or hear us on radio, they do that. They don't really know like sort of how we got to where we are. So I want to use this moment before we get into the deeper stuff in Washington. Talk a little bit about how you got to Congress, sort of your background, why you wanted to do this in the first place. Well, I started young. I knew from as an adolescent and I wanted to be in Congress and I started to prepare myself for a career in public service. I. Prepared for law. I tell people that law is my vocation, politics is my career. But I prepared for a career in politics by getting an undergraduate degree in political science and master's degree in public administration in all degree. And then at 28, ran for the state for the county commission in my home county was the youngest person ever elected in the first Republican. Like a lot in the south, you know it is. There was the south is very conservative, but it was always historically Democrat until the last three decades. Ronald Reagan had a lot to do with change in that and in Barack Obama kind of kept it off. But many events, then I went from the county commission to the state legislature, was there a two terms served as minority leader in 2008, I ran for the 2002 I ran for the House. I've been here ever since.

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"three decades" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"three decades" Discussed on WTOP

"A veteran police officer who's three decades of service touch the community On New Year's Eve Alexandria police announced the death of sergeant Charlotte Mitchell who began work with the department in 1987 Police say her death followed in illness Sergeant Cynthia Hurley says Mitchell was a mentor to her and to the many children she counseled in the dare drug prevention program She was a very very selfless person And she genuinely care about how community she genuinely cared about the people she worked with Mitchell was also known for her work in the community counseling residents and business operators in crime prevention We've just said goodbye to a year that featured a persistent pandemic and a rise in violent crime local police are probably adding good riddance 2021 was a bloody year in our region with murder rates significantly up in several jurisdictions around the region including D.C. which soared past 200 murders in a calendar year for the first time in years After a 20% increase in killings in 2020 D.C.'s murder rate climbed another 15% in 2021 Montgomery county's murder rate also shot up in 2021 nearly doubling from 19 to 35 while fairfax county's rate climbed from 15 to 21 More than 100 people were killed in prince George's county in 2021 as well up ten from 2020 and more than 40 from 2019 The county has already recorded its first murder of 2022 as well a shooting Early this morning in Clinton Crooks also stole hundreds more vehicles in 2021 compared to previous years as well John Doe in WTO P news As if to put an exclamation point on it for people shot in capitol heights Friday night they are all expected to recover though prince George's county police say three of the victims for teenage boys New Year's Eve shooting happened around ten 30 on Cindy lane police say a man was shot then drove a block away to central avenue to call for help As police investigated they learned their three other victims all teenage boys took themselves to the hospital nor rest made so far It is one 13 There were three fires within a mile of each other all within minutes of each other in Georgetown Saturday morning The first one happened around 6 30 new year's morning at the Georgetown inn on Wisconsin avenue where D.C. fire and EMS evacuated guests the fire started in a bathroom of one of the suites crews quickly put it out guests returned to their rooms Shortly after that there was a dumpster fire on M street northwest less than half a mile away then just after 7 o'clock came the call of a 5 story building with a fire on water street smoke consumed the building but the fire did not spread inside no one hurt in any of the fires As we approached the one year commemoration of the January 6th attacks on the U.S. capitol we are learning just how many people have been charged and how many people the FBI are still looking for More than 725 people have been arrested as of Thursday according to the U.S. attorney's office for the District of Columbia that includes more than 75 people who have been charged with using a deadly or dangerous weapon or causing serious bodily injury to an officer in all about a 140 police officers were assaulted at the capitol The FBI continues to work to identify more than 350 people believed to.

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"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In three decades this is Bloomberg This is the Bloomberg peacock fused the true crime obsession With exclusive new originals John Wayne Gacy devil in disguise Clowns can get away with murder And that's the in shadow Ghislaine Maxwell She inherited Jeffrey Epstein's secrets Plus the most principal crime series snapped Sign up now at peacock TV dot com There's never been a better time to switch to Xfinity to get the fast and reliable Internet you deserve Ask how to get two times the speed at a special value when you add Xfinity mobile with unlimited data That's right Imagine the possibilities with twice the speed So what are you waiting for Sign up now because you deserve an amazing deal on awesome Internet Go to Xfinity dot com Call one 800 Xfinity or visit a store today Offer ends 1121 21 Restrictions apply extended Internet required reduced speeds after 20 gigabytes of mobile usage With prime get lightbulbs delivered in a day Edison would be proud Indeed I'm proud Get your everyday essentials delivered fast Change everything This holiday season That's a big red tone critics are weaving Clifford is 100% fun for the entire family Why don't we get you on the scale here bud I'm just gonna write heavy Clifford the big red dog EPG no play in theaters and streaming on Paramount plus What's the difference between you and your competition What's your vision in this relationship We're guessing one thing is that you are better informed European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde had this to say Actually we're not guessing The realism of this is tangible up to the moment news Some of the biggest.

"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right we still got a lot coming up for you in this program It's not a basset with me for the next hour and a half Paul swingy is out David Katz joins us CIO at matrix asset advisers he'll give us his outlook for these markets And then we're gonna do the big take story Peter Martin joins us defense policy and intelligence reporter for Bloomberg talking about China debating U.S. spying capabilities Let's go over right now to Greg Jerry's got your Bloomberg business flash Greg Yep I'm flashing back on all the stuff that happened in 1990 One of the biggest things of course was inflation equities recovered earlier losses on data that indicated consumer prices had accelerated at the fastest pace since 1990 when Manuel noriega gave up in Panama Now this is adding to evidence of building inflationary pressures risks are building for both stocks and bonds as persistent elevated inflation could risk the Federal Reserve taper at a more substantial rate or hike interest rates Let's look at the numbers now S&P is a little further back into the red down a tenth of a percent down 6 It has down two tenths of a percent down 65 with an Aztecs down three tenths of a percent down 54 The ten years down 1430 seconds the yield 1.49% West Texas intermediate crude oil is down 8 tenths of a percent at 83 50 a barrel comics gold is up 1.6% at 1860 80 an ounce of the dollar yen one 1380 the Euro dollar 1590 the British found the dollar 34 84 How about Tesla We've been talking a lot about that lately It actually has gone up as dip buyers emerged after the electric vehicle giants valuation briefly sank below the $1 trillion Mark right now Tesla is up 4.8% at 1072.99 per share That's a Bloomberg business flag Bloomberg markets continues now Shanali basic and Matt Miller Thank.

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"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is for this EPI to reach the hottest pace in three decades Driven higher in particular by energy prices But analysts will also be watching for more broad based price pressures especially for services Service sector employers have had to raise wages to attract workers Is that being passed along Supply chain snarls are also an inflation problem as companies have to pay more for scarce goods Michael McKee Bloomberg daybreak Europe And here in the UK inflation is one reason Britons are facing a financial squeeze other factors are interest rates and rising taxes and government benefits dropping The National Institute of economic and social research expects inflation will reach 5% by June and a painful squeeze on households in 2022 Meanwhile BOE deputy governor Ben broadbent told a select committee that scarcity of labor is pushing up wages suggesting worker shortages are a constraint on the economy And at 7.3 a.m. this morning the Nisa director Jack dick chatter will be joining us here live On Bloomberg radio talk a bit more about that research that they have just released And when it comes to the latest that the cop 26 summit in Glasgow well Boris Johnson heads back there today in an attempt to make progress on climate talks Bloomberg's Charles capel has more The prime minister will meet negotiators at the cop 26 summit and get an update on the progress of talks to encourage climate action Yesterday U.S. climate envoy John Kerry said he expects talks to produce a deal on carbon trading rules but the UK's cop president Alec Sharma said more progress is needed in the negotiations The summit is scheduled to end on Friday meaning crucial work will take place over the next few days In London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe And we are still waiting for the UK presidency of cop 26 to release a first draft of that summit communicate It was scheduled for last night Okay in top corporate news Tesla has lost about a $199 billion just at this week The company sell off deepened with the stock slumping 12% That was on a report that Musk may want to sell some shares to cover his personal debts Separately the CEO's brother and Tesla board member Kimbal Musk sold 88,500 shares for about a $109 million a day before Elon's infamous Twitter poll That represents about 15% of Kimball's equity stake including excluding I should say options Tesla is still up 46% this year And coinbase global the biggest U.S. digital asset exchange reported worse than forecast results after a summertime swoon in the volatile cryptocurrency market more now from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Coinbase blamed market turbulence and lower coin prices during the early portion of the third quarter it posted revenue of $1.24 billion compared with the 1.57 records at the end of the second quarter many analysts recently inched up estimates encouraged in part by a recovery in downloads of coin bases main mobile app In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Europe And finally Evie maker rivian will price its shares at $78 each after expanding its IPO That's above the top of its marketed range and will raise almost 12 billion U.S. dollars making it the biggest listing of the year and the 6th largest ever on a U.S. exchange Rivian is backed by Amazon and Ford and delivered its first vehicles just a couple of months ago mostly to its own employees And those are a few of our top stories for you this morning Let's get the latest.

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"three decades" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"three decades" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The KFC sandwich on the KFC app today? At participating locations. Only. Prices may very tax extra good afternoon from the Wpbf 25 1st Warning Weather Center This is meteorologist Brooks over ring temperatures reaching a high near 90 degrees for today, then scattered storms returning this afternoon up until right around sundown. 7 30 Week Assoc a few lingering storms after that, some storms capable of producing very heavy rainfall and frequent lightning. Repeat for your Thursday from the Wpbf 25 1st winning Weather center. This is meteorologist Brooks over get great looks, durability and energy efficiency in your next roof at Tri County Medals financing. No problem. Tri County medals offers great financing options as well. Learn more at Tri County medals. Com. Next day delivery is available tri county medals dot com Back to the music in 15 seconds From the car in Levin Studios of W E 80 FM HD one West Palm BEACH In Sharon Levin accident attorneys call 1 807 47 free. That's 1 807 473733 feeling the seventies. Feeling can't fight this feeling the eighties don't know feeling the nineties were made three decades of feel good hits the Palm beaches. Greatest hits Sunny 179 Joseph vacation for cover around and talk it over so many things that I want, you know, 11 girls a little bit older. I just.

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"three decades" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Welcome back to the tom to show for the second segment. The second hour bet. Y'all did know that. Tom was a backup singer. A we are powered by free financial group. Joining us dr. Smash roof philip sexton mike johnson and our host. Tom degrade so. That's more of the pure prairie which was named for a fictitious temperance society in kansas. There was supposed to be eliminating alcohol on the frontier. Did a very good job may for an interesting man. Okay it's time to rethink aging in retirement. The aarp's jenkins said okay. So the aarp have joined that sucker. Fourteen years ago at the age of fifty You're not that far away my day. Some funny i am a member. They aarp so little side of be fifty. You can join at any age and you kidding me and you get big discounts at. At and t. With your cell phone plan if your member of aarp so i get the amazing aarp magazine of my house. Do you really id. So the paid dues like yeah But you can actually cancel your membership to aarp after you sign up for the discounts at at and t. I wouldn't be broadcast. Not saying you should her that i did. So that's right in two thousand twenty. The world was turned upside down by the co vid nine thousand nine hundred endemic but it also marked another milestone that will change the world. The number of people sixty five and older outnumber children under age five for the first time in history and this is just the beginning. Our ability live longer healthier. More productive lives in one of humankind's greatest accomplishment over the rest next two decades. The number of people aged sixty five and older will nearly double to more than seventy two million or one in five americans in most sixty five year olds today live into their nineties. Some researchers believe that the first person who will ever live to a one hundred fifty is alive today so my guess is that what the article is saying is idea of retiring late. Sixty five is is just kinda nuts. Yeah i mean. The classic idea of retirement reme- even take it to social security. You know when social security started why they picked age they did because that was the life expectancy essentially the same thing with the idea of retiring at sixty to sixty five It's it's a. It's a notion that over the next decades will change probably pretty dramatically And one of the the phrases they use here and i. I like the way they do this. Because it has a completely different meaning You know the idea of saving for retirement. That's what everybody's heard over and over and over there adjusts in that saying the saving for life and alike that because to retire a lot better. Your retirement has that idea. It's the notion of stopping the you you you halt your productive capacity. You're done with your productive activity which is just that's not. There's nowhere in human history. The people did that if you go back even one hundred years and then all the time before that there's never been That's never been something that you Expected to do right. And and so the the implications for saving for life it doesn't negate the importance of saving but it. It changes the idea of how those funds should or could be used. If if life expectancy increases to mid nineties to the hundreds You have a longer productive life you because before when you retired quote unquote retired is because you had to physically mentally you had to do it. With the advances in health care and where over like i said over the next couple of decades your physical and mental ability to be productive Earn earn a living Do something increases dramatically. So the whole idea. I think should should shift where you financial independence is still a priority. Where you have the flexibility to do things. But it's not the idea of at age x. I now become a net taker of things. You know it's still a your. You can still produce still have a earn a living so i really like this in some other implications obviously are. How long do you does your money. Half the last If life expectancies continue to increase which they expect that they will your savings have to last a lot longer so that carries all the repercussions implications of how is it invested. Is it really invested for a long-term perspective. We get the question all the time. Well i'm sixty five. Do i really need to be invested x. percent in stocks will yeah. Yeah you do because okay Let's say let's say that person's retired in they're drawn x. percent from the portfolio you know a ten year treasury bond is paying one point less some one point three percent. That's if you're taking three percent you're depleting your principal. I've been in this business. It'll be forty three years in september. My career has been full of anomalies. As soon as i got in the business within the next street years or years. Interest rates got higher than they've ever been pretty much in the history of mankind not just the history of the world. Mankind would never had interest rates that high for that long then over the next thirty.

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"three decades" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Torrent. I think they meant Shakey's torrents. Little League team is the first so Cal team to go to the Little League World Series in nearly three decades. Wow, it's been a roller coaster. I mean, it's it's I'm happy for the kids. It's all that coach Javier Chavez's talked to us while in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. He talked us to our buddy. Yeah, it's my guy. The team has to win two more games before the tournament finals. Wow. Okay, alright. Say when, on Wednesday. I play again this weekend, and then it's the final. Right? Game final game. The coach says the moment they knew they were off to Williamsport was a moment he will never forget. But he got himself on base. Um, at that. We knew we had to be North Cal to punch our ticket to Williamsport. So when that happened, um it was like, Wow, there's a great big, totally cool local story with all the crap going on in the world. With Afghanistan and you know, and the covid and the homelessness and the recall and all the negative stuff coming out. Crime. Uh, heatwave fire. Wow, my stuff going on drought. Where are we seeing a developing country here. Anyway, It's a great local story. You can take your mind off all the craziness. That was a do or die for us. You know, we're like, Well, if we lose, everyone gets to go back home to their families and to their you know, regular daily routine, But every when we end up going to Williamsport making history, so, yeah, everyone's like we want to go to one before I want to make history. Coach says the kids had a year off due to Covid. So he feels there that much hungrier to play. Their best went on the field 12 year old picture,.

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"three decades" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"He spent three decades in the Senate doing that kind of horse trading and that's his natural. Spot, and I think there's gonna be a lot of pressure on McConnell toe adapt a horse trading model as well. Doctor is an observer of politics for a long time. How do you see this? Playing out for Donald Trump in the short term and in the long term? Well depends out short term. You mean I mean, I think that the number of people who are willing to go along with his fantasy that he somehow one is obviously shrinking. And you mentioned that earlier in your leader into this Conversation. I think the idea that he's going to run in 2024 is kind of a fantasy. I think certainly son, Don Jr is going to run. But I think there's gonna be a significant percentage of the Republican Party first, who will have learned the lesson. On from Trump that a lot of their legacy economic policy didn't make sense on, but they need to run on something other than coca Nomics. So I think that's you know, that's going to reduce the lane that's open for Trump or one of his family members. And I think also, a number of people are just gonna be like We don't want that drama again. We did that for four years. Maybe we had to do it, but we're not going to sign up Theo to take for a ticket for that train. Again. E think he's certainly is in a position of a king maker. That's that's for sure. Maybe. Although, you know it's also the case that the actuarial tables aren't really in his favor on as it is, s O. I'm not. I'm not as convinced that he is going to be as much of the kingmaker. As people think. I think we've all gotten used to the idea that Donald Trump is here and sucking all the oxygen of the political system, But I wouldn't be surprised in a year from now, whether you know he went in, tried a media enterprise that may or may not have worked right. He also maybe in personal bankruptcy in a year, too, So you know there's a lot of there's a lot of Things that are going to lead the future not to look like a replay of the president that also maybe wish the film went on my part, but I think I think there's a good probability that's true. I love this headline as I mentioned in The Times. Did you write that note? So this is funny. Whenever I write these pieces, and I got a lot of emails from people complaining about the title and one day it's important to know is you write a thing from The New York Times? They have some algorithm that spits out on headlines in order to generate generate clicks, and I've got nothing to do with it. I you know, I'm perfectly happy, but I achieved a sort of Zen like state where the headlines I get from publishing my op EDS. That's what I anticipated that answer. But, hey, I clicked on it. I clicked on the radio that sounds like it's a fun article to read. It was Was really informative. I thought I was aligning. Thank you, sir. Nice making your queens Thank you for Thank you having me on Take care. Doctor, Stephen tell us professor at Johns Hopkins,.

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"three decades" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"three decades" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"For more than three decades. Tania Dye Powers Fox News and I've jokes here on Fox News. From the cremation Society of Minnesota Weather Center makes the sun and clouds today High in the low twenties. Partly cloudy and chilly tonight five above the low Mostly sunny and around 20 Tomorrow. I'm meteorologist Mace Michael's on Twin Cities. News. Talk Came 11 30. It's 24 right now. Curiosity Stream has thousands of documentary films and shows available on demand on any device where the Netflix for nerds the Hu Lu for history buffs, the Disney Plus for the scientist in us there sure are a lot of streaming services aren't their curiosity stream is the one you definitely need. If you're the type and nature, Doc and chill if you're an armchair astronaut. If you prefer physics to psychics, or perhaps, you know a precocious paleontologist, go to curiosity stream dot com to learn more and sign up today. Information and perspective. Twin cities news talk dot com Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Uh huh. You're listening to Russia's week in review and greetings to you. Music lovers and thrill seekers still thrills to be sought out there. My friends, I'm in charge of them music lovers all that great to have you here Now, if you are on hold, I'm begging you to stay there. If you can. I know you probably have other things to do,.

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"three decades" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"three decades" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Fire returns to Israel after three decades more from the media lines. Feliz Fritze Jonathan Pollard, who spied for Israel in the 19 eighties, arrived in Israel in the early hours of Wednesday morning, ending a 35 years Sava Pollard, who was charged with passing classified information to a friendly nation, was sentenced to life and released into a five year house parole after 30 years in prison. Pollard argued his sentence was grossly disproportionate to others charge under the same statute with no Accusation of treason. But the case became a cause celebre in the intelligence community, which blocked any move toward clemency during five presidencies. The stolen material was military and defense information relating to Israel's foes. Prime Minister Netanyahu presented Pollard with his identity card upon arrival. I'm police freaks in town. All news. Jerusalem is an analysis of the media lined out or again. Town hall, calm. Hyundai and Kia expand their share of the car market as the China virus pandemic pummeled the auto industry throughout 2020, Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia, so their market shares expand by more than any other car company. Additionally, investors rally behind Hyundai boosting its share price by 67% over the past 12 months. That's correspondent Rich Thomason. The pandemic is coming home to roost in America's backyards forced to hunker down at home. More people are setting up coops and raising their own chickens, which provided earthy hobby annual companion ship and, of course, a steady supply of fresh eggs. Amateur chicken keeping has been growing in popularity in recent years. As people become more focused on environmental sustainability, and The food they eat. More of these stories that tone hold out. Come on John Scott. Everybody. We want to invite you to join Dennis Prager and Mike Gallagher for a travel opportunity. That may be the highlight of your year. We're headed back to Israel in October. 2021 for a 10 day stand with his real tour of the key sites and best place is meant to give you an unprecedented view of the world You've likely only read or heard about. If.

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