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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With the latest round of economic data, more coming up next. This is Bloomberg. It's the first job report of the new year. The labor market has not cracked. A lot of that is a function of labor shortages. Tomorrow, Tom Jonathan Lisa and Mike will bring you crucial data and expert analysis at terminal speed. Can you walk us through how the Federal Reserve conversation has reset? We're still seeing a strong economy for the fan has to do more. Why are people so confident that there is going to be some massive deceleration? I just don't see the evidence. This could go a lot of different ways. It is Ember jobs report. Tomorrow on Bloomberg television and radio. It's 1221 on Wall Street, I'm Steve rappaport with today's company headlines. The EPA orders 3M and other chemical manufacturers to provide more information about pfas chemicals, the agency wants to better understand how pfas may affect people's health and how it moves through the environment. Bloomberg's genus survey has more. Pfas are a group of thousands of chemicals, some of which break down into forms that persist for decades and can build up in the body. Health concerns about these persistent forms include possible weakening of the immune system increased cholesterol and cancer 3M plans to stop producing those chemicals and discontinue using them in products by 2025. No buttons and no switches in this ride, BMW is developing a concept car where the windshield does all the work, acting as a giant voice controlled display. CEO Oliver zipse says some

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Crush the labor market. And the number we're expecting on Friday around 180,000 or so is still, it's a step down from the prior month, but it's still a very strong growth in jobs. So they're not looking to kill the economy or kill jobs, but they do need to soften the labor market significantly further. Now, have they already done enough to do that? Because it does take time for a prior rate hikes to flow through the economy and we have never hiked at this fast of a pace. And there's a strong argument on the FOMC among participants that want to do that. They want to maybe do just one or two more rate hikes and wait and see how that is impacting the economy. I just think that when you look at where we're tracking last quarter's GDP, so fourth quarter GDP last year coming in around 3%, we've got jobs that are still resilient. We've got inflation, which has been softening, but is still high. I just think there's nothing really here yet that tells them they have crossed over into the territory of having done too much. That said, I do think that they're nearing the end here, but the biggest market disconnect is how long the fed is going to maintain rates at that very high level. We think all the way through the almost the end of the year, whereas the market thinks the fed's going to cut much sooner. That realization is going to create a lot of volatility here within the next week or so. A lot of volatility and pain down the road. Ellen, thank you. It's great to hear from you today. Ellen sent her Morgan Stanley chief U.S. economist. I keep making the same point in Marie and this is the problem facing Joe Biden. If you want to beat inflation, you have to break the job market at a certain point here and it's going to be toward the end of next year if we're talking about a recession in the throes of a presidential campaign. Joe Biden's going to have to talk about the benefits of a higher unemployment rate. How do you do that? And potentially at that point, the U.S. would have tilted into a recession. Right. Very, very difficult. And then you have a divided Congress. Are they going to really come to your rescue? A lot of questions that have to be answered. You're coming up. We're going to take a look at how the markets are reacting to all the data we just discussed with Ellen. That's still ahead. On balance of power on Bloomberg TV and radio. It's the first job report of the new year. The labor market has not cracked. A lot of that is a function of labor shortages. This Friday, Tom Jonathan Lisa and Mike will bring you crucial data and expert analysis at terminal speed. Can you walk us through how the Federal Reserve conversation as we set. We're still seeing a strong economy for the fan has to do more. Why are people so confident that there is going to be some massive deceleration? I just don't see the evidence. This could go a lot of different ways. December jobs report. Friday on Bloomberg television and radio. It's 1221 on Wall Street. I'm Steve rappaport with today's company headlines. Southwest Airlines is offering 25,000 frequent flyer points to thousands of customers stranded by mass cancellations during the holidays. The gesture comes as the Biden administration pledges to hold the carrier accountable. Bloomberg said Baxter has more. White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says all cancellations December 24th were controllable. She says that is according to Southwest. While every major airline space challenges for my pre Christmas store and that wrecked havoc on the aviation system all major airlines except for one, which is southwest, clearly we're able to recover quickly. And she says the Department of Transportation will make sure southwest makes their customers whole. The airline says the points are worth more than $300 in flights. Twitter is easing a three year ban on political advertising, the latest policy change for the platform since Elon Musk took over. The company says it will expand the political advertising it permits in the coming weeks to facilitate public conversation around important topics, political ads were a minor source of Twitter's income, amounting to less than $3 million in sales during the 2018 midterm elections. About 300 video game testers working for Microsoft zenimax studios voted to form what will be the software company's first union and the largest in the video game industry. The move to organize follows the creation of unions at three studios owned by Activision Blizzard, Microsoft is trying to win support from regulators for its $69 billion acquisition of Activision. The Federal Trade Commission is challenging the deal in court. Those are the company stories we're following this hour

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Provider in your area. It's the first job report of the new year. The labor market has not cracked. A lot of that is a function of labor shortages. These Friday, Tom Jonathan Lisa and Mike will bring you crucial data and expert analysis at terminal speed. Can you walk us through how the Federal Reserve conversation has reset you're still seeing a strong economy for the fan has to do more. Why are people so confident that there is going to be some massive deceleration? I just don't see the evidence. This could go a lot of different ways. In December jobs report. Friday on Bloomberg television and radio. I rise to nominate Hakeem Jeffries. For unity in Congress has been recognized. For unity and Congress and progress in our country, Democrats are united behind Hakeem Jeffries. A recommend that came Jeffries is our speaker. Thank you, Manafort. Theater down in Washington, D.C., that was representative Pete Aguilar of California, live from New York, is the price action for you to kick off trading this morning. We on Wednesday, losing track. Wednesday, monarch of monarch. Equity futures up a third of 1% on the S&P 500. We look a little something like this on the NASDAQ pushing higher as well. The yields coming down by 6 basis points on a ten year yields right now at about 360 seven yields adding to the move lower in yesterday's session and the team here at Bloomberg that tracks all this data and all that good stuff. This is the strongest new year start bramo. Going all the way back to 2001 for treasuries. Okay, this actually really bothered me. I have to be honest. Can you say that with one day, but it has continued two days. But I wonder if this is just basically I mean, honestly, but this is exactly what I saw this and I thought really one day and it's like the best days since 2021 or 2001. How much are people trying to just basically get out ahead of the entire year's projections, go into bonds, and then the trade is going to be over, and then we're going to flip the script. February. I don't know. It seemed ridiculous. To James Saroyan, Michael McKenzie, who wrote that story. Thank you. I thought that was interesting. I think that they wrote that. No, but I think that it's good that they wrote it just to give a size and scope. It's nice. Is she done? I'm being escorted out. Wound up. I just felt like it sort of doesn't tell us that much except perhaps the trade is completely getting used up right away in the first day of the year. Okay. That's the move for the year. But it's getting ahead of the year's move. I'm not just going to pilot and work day trading with bramo. Ten year 67 53. That coming out with my zen. Yeah. It's under debate. That's how I'm going to put it. Not under debate. Exactly. Package deal. Amory horde had killed in the last hour on the craziness of Washington. I'm going to go the other way. We mentioned Biden McConnell and Kentucky and Ohio today. There was at moment where speaker Pelosi Nancy Pelosi of Baltimore in California voted for mister Jeffries. It's the way democracy is supposed to be. What are we actually going to see today from the other party? What is actually going to occur this afternoon? What should we watch for from the Republicans? Well, you can bet the Democrats as you mentioned, former speaker Pelosi really, or she's current, given the fact that we don't have a working a 118 Congress. But they're going to hold the line. And what you're going to see from the Republicans at this moment is no one has yet given in to McCarthy. So at this moment, yesterday, his final tally, he actually lost another vote, one that he didn't in the first and the second. So 20 individuals. This isn't just a group of 5 or 6 people anymore. These are 20 people he needs to negotiate with. So what you want to see today potentially for his path is whether or not he can make any progress on bringing that number down. Remember, if all members are present, he needs 213 votes. Michael and his morning noted axios and Marie talks about maga, ultramega establishment and moderates. Which of those four is mister McCarthy? He would be, well, it's interesting question, right? Because many would say that he depends who you ask really because you'll have some on the ultra maga side who really feels like he's sold himself out just to climb the political ladder because of his ambitions, but you have some who on the moderate side would also say that, you know, especially during the January 6th following that insurrection and wanting to shore up where his place was in the Republican Party really showed his fealty to the former president. You know, we've all seen those pictures of him making that pilgrimage down to Mar-a-Lago, but right now what you could say is he is one of these centrists and what he wants to do is be able to just do the politicking of the Congress and be able to be Speaker of the House. That is really his aim, which is why the ultra maga have an issue with him, even though he was blessed to be speaker by the former president because ideology wise, they do not match up. MH, have the people who are voting, ultimately against Kevin McCarthy, articulated what they do want. Well, there's really not much left for Kevin McCarthy to give him, right? He made one of the biggest concessions, which is basically saying that 5 individuals 5 lawmakers and very small group could call for no confidence vote. Jonathan, you know how no confidence votes work, especially we've seen a lot of this play out during the backbenchers with the Tories. Which ended up leading to a referendum. A lot of what is going on here actually reminds me of for the international audience what had happened in the United Kingdom. But potentially one concession could be making it to one only individual lawmaker can call for that snap vote. Potentially giving a little bit more leeway to some of these ultra maga individuals to have more of a say on certain committees, but again, it doesn't seem like there's any concession besides McCarthy exiting and then them coalescing around another individual. It's become personal. And Marie, what is the drama that we've seen in the House Republican Party say about what we could expect in 2024? I think what you can expect is this is going to be

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A market implication. Okay. And with that being said, you've talked about your views and inequities. I'm kind of want to get your view on fixed income on bonds. Where in government paper you're seeing an opportunity and geographically as well if you have any preference. Yeah, definitely we favor quality. And I know that, okay, it's easy to say because everyone likes it. But we believe that the spreads in the risk segments do not compensate for the risk because we're talking about further recession risk is a massive. And when you look at the level of tightening, it will have some financial damage. And we believe that high yield highly indebted companies are vulnerable and so we like quality. I mean, government bonds copyright credit. I know it's a bit sad. And we are increasingly positive on duration, which is a risk that we didn't take last year. That sounds fine if you believe in it, Maurice, so thank you very much for sharing views this morning here on the program that some Maurice ravier is a CIO for wealth, management, and Emirates and meetings. They have much more to come. This is Bloomberg. When will you be able to go to a meeting where nobody smells like hand sanitizer, who knows, but we can give you the latest business and financial news. Fragrance free. Plus tease out some of what you just said. Are there tools in the toolbox for the fed? Does that point to the need for continued monetary support? Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. You do realize the mark that this is having on a younger generation. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Start your market day with Bloomberg surveillance. The bond market, it's a really interesting soup game. Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich. Isn't your base case the worst case scenario for us? Who says finance can't be fun? Who's in the zoo guys? Which one of us? Who's in this room? Bloomberg's surveillance must listen must watch. I think they made a great decision, separated us both. Weekday mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television. When you reorganize and declutter, we're probably the first thing you decide to keep. Is there any serious contemplation of sanctions against China detailed financial and business reporting? Tell us more about your customers and how they're doing now. Expert analysis. You're basically just changing a $5 bill into 5 ones. Definitely essential. Looking at high yield, where does that take you these days? Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com, Bloomberg, the world is listening. The composer Joseph Haydn famously said, I listened more than I studied. It sounds like a law school hypothetical. Here in Bloomberg, it's the same thing. Do you maintain that low rate regime? Can you see out two years? How do you build a strategy with that eventuality in mind? Experts, information, news. The push sets up a potential fight. What do we know about how it will go public? Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. It's the first job report of the new year. Labor market has not cracked. A lot of that's a function of labor shortages. This Friday, Tom Jonathan Lisa and Mike will bring you crucial data and expert analysis at terminal speed. Can you walk us through how the Federal Reserve conversation has reset? We're still seeing a strong economy for the fed has to do more. Why are people so confident that there is going to be some massive deceleration? I just don't see the evidence. This could go a lot of different ways. For December jobs report. Friday on Bloomberg television and radio. Let's get to one of the other voices

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Game day analyst Tom thayer and wbms Josh. Good morning. We've got our pads down. We're going four downs with Tom thayer. Good morning, Tom. How are you today? I'm good, Josh. Good morning to you. Good good, good. All right, let's get in the trenches first down. Let's break it down the moves, the bears made before the deadline. What are your likes and dislikes from deals that land the bears, receiver Chase? Claypool for a second rounder and the bear is getting second and 5th round picks for roquan Smith. You know, I like the fact that GM, the head coach, they're looking into the future of the bears. How can they get in a position to win the division and ultimately get into the playoffs? And I think that's the most important aspect of what they're looking at the players they acquired in the players they let move on. So I do think that's what every vision should be of an organization is to get their team into the playoffs. Second down, Tom thayer, but can claypool be a difference maker as soon as this Sunday versus Miami. And at the same time, how do the bears start to try plugging the roquan hole? You know, there's a variety of linebackers that have been here since training camp guys like Jack Sanborn that have know what the system is about. They understand the position. They know what the bears have been trying to accomplish since Matt ebert came aboard and Alan Williams. The defensive coordinator. So yes, they have guys that they can plug and play. But obviously roquan Smith is a special player and he will probably continue to be so throughout his career. And then when you look at Chase claypool, I think that he can be used immediately. He's the type of guy that can be standing next to Luke gets you on the sideline. Luke gets Wally's calling the play can tell claypool what his assignment is and then he can go out there and do exactly what he's told to do. He's 6 four, 238 pounds. The biggest wide receiver in the NFL and so he's an easy big target at certain portions or certain down in distances for Justin Fields. Fans are drooling to see claypool be a difference maker or anyone be a difference maker for that bears offense. But Miami is going to be in town. So third down introduce us to these 5 and three dolphins what's makes them the favorite over the bears Sunday. What do they do so well? They probably have two of the most explosive wide receivers in the NFL and they have a quarterback that's Uber confident when you talk about a guy like Tariq hill that no one's really going to run a foot race with them. So it's not about what he can do. It's about what can you do to the quarterback. And if you can keep him inside the pocket, if you can challenge his 5 11 frame. If you can get bodies near him and tip passes like they did in New England a couple of weeks ago against 6 one zappy. That's the way that you're going to slow this offense. But the best way to slow the offense is to keep them off the field. And that's the bears running game. They're going through a historic year, a historic accomplishment year for running the ball. If they can keep Miami's offense on the sideline, they're going to increase their opportunities to win this game. All right, one last one for now, with Tom, the weather is going to be awesome Sunday if it holds up the bears haven't played at home and it seems like forever, almost a month fans will be psyched to see claypool, maybe duct tape and over the trubisky on their number ten jerseys. Can the bears get a real boost from a home field advantage? Yeah, they can't because I think they're going to be most excited about the accomplishment of Justin Fields over the last couple of weeks, Josh. You know, they've been on the road. And so the 61,500 strong affairs fans, they haven't seen what Justin has been able to continue to grow into. And if he has another explosive game like he has on the road, I think the fairest fans are going to be out of their mind because of what we talked about at the beginning. It's about the future. And I think that really bodes well for the bears fans and for Justin Fields in the bears as an organization. Thank you, Tom. We'll hear from you again on game day, exclusive coverage of bears, dolphins live from soldier field starts with Nadia on Sunday. And next week at this time, we'll preview bears lions with Tom. Jonathan taves, bangs in a past a minute, 31 and overtime the Blackhawks beat the kings two to one. Justin Verlander wins his first World Series game, Houston over Philly three two for a three two series lead. On the whole of the bears, Josh lists, news radio, one of 5 9. Time for traffic and weather together on the 8, sponsored by advent here's bodar. 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"tom jonathan" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:28 min | 6 months ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Other issues that grew out of, I think, the frustration that have happened over the last week, but at its base level, that's, I think what they're talking about, it didn't work with Ashley Fletcher, they've brought another player on loan now from the second division in Brazil, a 20 year old, those normally don't hit day one at a high level. And I think that's what Gerhard struber is talking about. Now, he had to have known what he was getting into. This is not a club that has ever spent for that player or over spent once they've brought in, right? Kaku comes in, that's enough. Leukemias comes in. That's enough. It's not let's do an LAFC is doing just continues stack talent talent talent. But I think that's one of the big issues you're looking at for the Red Bulls. What do we pace in about, Tom? Jonathan Gonzalez to Minnesota is being finalist. Love it. Wow. Also Twitter is saying Ricky push is completed. Yeah, that's just been announced. Okay, there we go. Felipe Gutierrez to the rapids, which is a very rapid move if I may say so myself, Tyler, maybe hit us up. Says Felipe Gutierrez looked like his old self or is he behind a step after his injury plague? I like the injury plague wording there. And I have no idea what Felipe Gutierrez is going to look like, so we'll let him show us on the field. Here's some fun questions that we'll start with Ryan or fave. Do you guys think the poly nagama is on the hot seat hell no, he is not on the hot seat. This was a year of building and culture repair for the dynamo. So I don't think there's any chance that Paul and agamura is on the hot seat right now for the Houston dynamo. Maybe if next year goes badly, we could say that. How about this one? Here's a mark Nestor. What is the biggest trade in league history with all the MLB trade talk? I'm interested in what is analogous to the recent Juan Soto trade. What's the biggest trade? We know that is the most expensive trade. And those are just going to keep getting set as time goes on. What is the biggest trade? Any moves come to mind here, guys? I think then the one Soto conversation it's like total package and over the last ten years MLS has pretty much moved away from player for player trade. So you are sort of just talking about sheer numbers. You could argue that there are worse and better value ones for the team either giving someone up or getting someone, right? Paul areola for 2 million. But still a being a productive player is probably worse for D.C. than Justin mirror for a million to Orlando for Columbus who then fell off and Columbus probably would have had to deal with that issue on their own. Or you could argue that Darlington nagbe for the same amount for Atlanta to win MLS cup was the best. That was going to be one that was going to be one that I threw out his nagbe to Atlanta because it helped get them in less cup. He wasn't the only piece there. I was going to go back in time like Landon Donovan's rights from San Jose to the galaxy might be the biggest trade in MLS history just in terms of the long-term ramifications what it meant for one club and what it meant for the other. Obviously, Chris Wanda lasky's rights. I mean, this is like an under the radar one. Houston were kind of like, oh yeah, yeah, go on back like he wasn't a big piece of their squad, but that's a big trade in the history of San Jose on the flip side. To the carbon one?

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On the Bloomberg business app And at Bloomberg quick take this is Bloomberg radio This rally this year is going to be unlike last year It's going to be volatile Are multiples are going to get slightly more compressed from here And so earnings are going to have to drive the market here We do think I'm a cron It's going to impact earnings To some extent in the near term I actually think the market has legs to go higher It's a rapidly aging cycle We'll see if it ages well or if it ages poorly This is Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan Farrell and Lisa Abramovich From New York City for our audience at worldwide good morning good morning This is Bloomberg surveillance live on TV and radio alongside Tom Keane and Lisa Brahma Tom Jonathan federal equity futures are unchanged on the S&P essentially unchanged on the NASDAQ to Tom Keane PPI a little bit later this morning The important statistic was not two years ago and all of a sudden business inflation John does it have the weight of what we saw yesterday no but seriously or a 9.8 statistic is still jaw dropping and you know off to see how that comes in 7% yesterday spot on Then it's on to governor brain that governor brain that will govern a pride itself become vice champ reinhard in a few weeks time We have not talked about this And I think this is very important when Richard clarendon went through the same act a lot of people in the industry knew who he was I think brainerd is much less known The Economist from wellesley wesleyan is acutely academic very very academic general It'll be interesting to see how she responds to some of the tensions given At least in that Federal Reserve has got a ton of work to do at least they all agree on one thing I think they're ready to go in a couple of months time Yeah and they're ready to go After that and they're ready to go after that And right now what you're seeing is nearly four rate hikes being priced into the market for 2022 And the key issue right now is what happens after that I mean even with today's PPI data people are expecting that you're going to see the fastest pace of inflation for this producer prices In decades however people are expect to get to peak out and then what's the trajectory of it falling back down And frankly the fed has acknowledged They have no clue And neither does anybody else And how much will growth decelerate too It's got to be a part of the conversation Tom the near term weakness that we're seeing in places like the airline business delta out this morning saying January February is going to be tough It's going to be unprofitable The rest of the year is going to be better and that's where the hope lies that this is some near term weakness we can look through And this market for sure has been looking through it Hope among the optimists I still think the partitions their job between people very very cautious looking for a real slowdown saw another set of numbers including oil and those that are really growth optimists And I sent her back to what we heard from Julian Emmanuel yesterday off of Ed Heyman and ever core I aside their 4.5% statistic That's the optimistic number Did we agree in the commercial break whether we'd go for a cruise or not some It's in planning right now We didn't want to let you know about this John I really hate to do it on here But we Surveillance legends cruise If folks it's in the works right now And the biggest problem we're having is out of St. Petersburg John do we really want to go the distance as I said in that baseball What does that mean Miss Sarasota we're going down to Sarah soda Turn around and come back Just a couple of hours I mean seriously our guests coming up here in moments is already agreed to come on folks This is going to be really really important lunch John 'cause he's only getting up at 11 in the surveillance merch and yes there'll be a memorabilia auction bow ties will be in hand Amazing and mugs that say good morning good morning We'll make a good fortune on this And then we both retire right Lisa takes over we walk away into the sunset holding hands Something like that Yes I went on Twitter actually called it voyage of the damned So I'll just say that that's the impression of what we're gonna get Futures this morning look at those markets Unchecked on the S&P and chase Unchanged too one 74 64 We've already had a discussion this morning about the weakness that's come through this dollar despite the move we've seen in the treasury market yields higher the dollar weaker on the year Euro dollar right now Lisa one 1461 That currency pair positive Two tenths of 1% And it really goes to the question How much has already been priced in And that is where the focus has been in markets And I still wonder whether equities have truly priced in at four rate hikes for 2022 at 8 30 a.m. It's the key figure U.S. December PPI data we're also getting initial jobless claims focusing though on PPI The question when does it plateau when do we start seeing it ease And this has been the theme in every analyst note that I've been reading which is we are nearing the peak And people point to the ISM manufacturing prices page statistic from December showing the biggest deceleration in prices paid going back more than a decade Is this a sign or is this just confusion I made a lot of noisy data A 10 a.m. fed governor lael brainard is appearing before the Senate for that confirmation Will she get confirmed is a lot less clear than Ted chair Jay Powell How much does she reiterate this call for three or four rate hikes as you can see based on fed funds futures that there are now nearly four rate hikes priced into the market And frankly the march rate hike is basically a given given all the rhetoric we've gotten from fed officials And at 1 p.m. the treasury is selling $22 billion of 30 year bonds This is actually really important And John as well To me I've been seeing all of these really orderly auctions The 30 year is the most ambiguous How much do we have a sense of what the longer term is Inflation is And then also on the just taking a look at the gap between ten year and 30 year treasury yields it's contracted to near the narrowest going back to 2019 To me what is this telling us right The idea of slowing growth and not necessarily a secular change John yes Tom Is that all foreigners buying them Well that's the issue right Is how much is it worthwhile for foreigners to come in if you have for example a weaker dollar a kind of call How much do you get the likes of peach and fixed income coming in and saying actually they do see value right now given the fact that they see us going back to a low flash kind of thing John I just asked that question because I'm just training her because can you see Lisa on a cruise ship doing an auction discussion at 10 a.m. without us I can see Lisa anywhere without us Tom Would she come and do that Are you saying that's what's gonna happen on this cruise Absolutely Auctions with Lisa Is this a barge with a capacity of about 50 people How much drinking can we do Who's gonna turn up four pools Are we paying people to come No no they pay ice Okay Are we done Anastasia amoroso wondering what she's walked into The chief investment strategist that I capital Anastasia is you point out this fed's trying to do three things at once this year How tough will that be Look I think the markets are ready for it This is what Lisa has just talked about is I think the markets are incredibly prepared for it and they're increasingly pricing this in So I think the markets are just really waiting for this And I just don't think it's gonna be that hard John Within the.

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Us now is how we lead global head of index and ETFs at Elgin How we thanks so much for joining us You sort of hint at some of your notes that we might be seeing a commodity super cycle that we might be witnessing the beginning stages of it How do you position if we are preparing for that commodity supercycle Yeah it's great Great sad point there Danny It's that the macro environment has certainly been positive for commodities We look at what's happened in 2021 And the commodities the broad commodities indices the Bloomberg commodity index specifically outperformed the equities market when you take a look at something like MSCI world heading here into 2022 now Commodities is a natural inflation hedge It's a real asset with intrinsic value It's also represents directly indirectly a contribution to CPI So investors are looking at commodities as an investment and a good way to do that is to invest in commodity futures index There are things that we can do certainly when it comes to commodities investing That looks at the seasonality of different commodities also optimize the raw yield and there's certainly a good place to consider commodities in our allocation portfolio Here more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings Dot com I believe the threat to our democracy is so grave And we must find a way to pass these voting rights bill Debate them Vote Let the majority prevail And if that bare minimum is blocked we have no option but to change the Senate rules including getting rid of the filibuster for this The president of the United States Joe Biden there from New York City with Tom Keane Lisa Bradley and Jonathan Ferro Tom Keane how many times have you been asked Why can't we have p.m. C's in America Yep Prime minister's question Can you imagine if we had a little bit of this every Wednesday with the president going down to Congress to face these kind of questions And radio right now this gentleman speaking here in the green leather of the House of Commons is someone who's been on surveillance many times with francine la Croix John explained the sport here What is the risk of resignation to the prime minister Well right now he's clearly waiting for the conclusion of a review as to what happened in May last year on May 2 years ago Tom May 2020 the investigation is being ran by a civil servant a senior civil servant Sue gray and the president keeps referring back to that Tom So for now the risk is low but obviously in the next couple of weeks if this doesn't go away in the poll start to move against him in a more material way Tom the pressure's gonna ramp up I think we do better in Capitol Hill with that big gold thing They've got there on the table in front of him You think that's what he needs That would work Why don't you ask a man who could maybe make this happen Let's make this happen Let's make this happen right now We're going to turn to politics now in the delicacies of this early 2022 French hill joins us The Republican and banker from Arkansas he has been a wonderful support to the show in giving us perspective of the south of Arkansas and of course of the Republican Party carps when hill always sport reading the Arkansas times and I think of their great editor max Brantley who is skewered you over the last number of days Let me cut to the chase The gentlewoman from Wyoming and her father looked pretty lonely out there Why couldn't a guy like you honor the police the officers are protected you on January 6th Well Tom Jonathan Lisa great to be with you Let me start by saying that the very first resolution to honor the capitol police after January 6th was offered by Ed perlmutter of Colorado and myself to honor their bravery and that's absolutely the fact that everyone Republican and Democrat honors the capitol police and they're amazing we're trying to protect us every day in the work we do for democracy As it relates to the last Thursday the anniversary of January 6th Please the House of Representatives was not in session There were no one There was no one Oh come on It wasn't in session You could have gone You could have gone on a golf stream and showed up I mean it's that simple Well Tom we were doing district work week We were not notified There was anything happening on January 6th Our offices were never invited or notified about any events on January 6th And I was at home with my constituents doing meetings I didn't even anticipate there was an event in Washington D.C. that day A congressman from the past to the present and to the future today the focus very much in Washington D.C. and frankly in markets is going to be the CPI report the latest on inflation the idea of 7% year over year inflation What's your view on whether this is a negative or a positive as people see wage increases that they haven't seen in decades Yes we are seeing wage increases I saw yard in his report where he thinks it's 9.9% estimated year over year That's a huge wage increase That's also troubling though even though it's covering the inflation we've witnessed of 6.8 to 7% consumer inflation over the last year That's a sign that maybe expectations are increasing I looked at HR expectations for increases in salary They're all at 4% or greater yesterday So I'm afraid we get into cycle where we increase our inflationary expectations We see large wage increases We've had a lot of trouble getting people back to work Wages are increasing and consumer prices are increasing That's why I don't believe inflation is transitory Congressman what do you think will be the most effective way to bring it down without torpedoing the economy Yeah it's a careful balance the fed always has that concern in their dual mandate of stable pricing and obviously maximum employment And the fiscal situation We have inflation in my view because we have too much fiscal stimulus over the past two years chasing too few goods and we have supply chain issues and we have the most accommodative monetary policy in decades and we should have begun tapering sooner coming out of the pandemic So I believe some action on all those things is necessary to lower inflationary expectations Jay Powell now has this responsibility as he gets in my opinion confirmed by the Senate for a second term Congressman hill is Arkansas fully employed You know Tom here's my view of that The unemployment rates dropped to a very low level 4% in Arkansas even slightly better than that And we've recovered much of the job losses from the pandemic But if you look at on a national basis there's still 3 million people out there fewer working than were working before the pandemic in February of 2020 And we have one and a half jobs open for every person who's unemployed So I would argue we're not We don't have job and capacity utilization as high as it could be or should be and I think people who look for a job are going to find an increasing wage environment and more opportunities as they search this year Congressman always fantastic to get your contribution on this program Thank you Congressman Thank you sir from Washington D.C. The CPI report in front of us 8 30 Eastern Time The payrolls report behind us and that payrolls report surprised a lot of people Tom with that three handle unemployment Yeah it's a statistic that fungible and you can get different opinions on it I'll go to the economic policy institute more of a left kind of think tank with some careful analysis Why that's not a German number Guess what John it's what it is It's John It's like Dow 30,000 It's like down 10,000 It just means something to be under 4% So I'm with you on that point about getting on the 4% The down stuff I'm not so sure that I can't relate to that But I think there is a vision here 12 months out Can you imagine a situation where inflation is trending lower And it unemployment still has a three hand on the labor market as this robust That's a pretty good economy Tom if we can get there And that's the soft landing This Federal Reserve is really really trying very hard to engineer That's threat of the needle for the next 5 to 24 months It is threading the needle but it's based on data dependency And I know nobody wants to hear this We all love to get out and pontificate but they're going to go step by step to the data and that's why 8 30 here on CPI CPI Wednesday is so important The issue though people have less risk that we've already got the data the data is in In.

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Danny Berger inferred Tom Jonathan and Lisa Now we're still in pre market trading for the U.S. with many markets in Europe closed lighter volumes than usual off as much as 90% in some indices in Europe We are seeing S&P 500 futures near their lows of this pre market session down more than one tenth of 1% One area that seems to be protected from the pre market losses is NASDAQ 100 futures Those are basically unchanged this morning when we see small caps continue to decline Those are down two tenths of 1% So it is the more economically sensitive type equities which are underperforming This is a bit of a reversal from December for December It has been those small caps that started to edge ahead of the large cap stocks that hasn't been the trend for the full year Now when it comes to the bond market things look more sanguine as they have been for the year and volatility Bond markets not reacting too much We don't have any moves between two ten and 30 year yields that are greater than one basis point We are seeing buying those slight buying I should say across the board Now we are on track for treasuries to return a negative 2.5% this year That would be the first yearly decline since 2003 According to Vanguard and BlackRock they think those declines could continue next year if inflation starts to ease Now historically losses are followed by gains But again the warning is that might not continue Now also looking at the Euro dollar this morning we've been fluctuating between gains and losses having a hard time finding any direction And we have the dreaded unched at the moment unchanged on the Euro dollar still The dollar amount headed for its best year since 2015 All right Danny thanks very much for that Danny burger there with an excellent look at your markets this morning Let's get over to David Wilcox director of U.S. economics research at Bloomberg economics And David I was thinking as I read through your notes it'd be great if you could just frame for us as we kind of marked the unofficial two year anniversary of COVID How the U.S. economy has performed during the pandemic Well thanks for having me on It's been an incredible macroeconomic journey The collapse in March and April of 2020 was unlike anything that any living economist had seen With the unemployment rate reaching a level close to 15% That was well on its way toward great depression levels Mercifully that proved to be a brief collapse And if anything the recovery from that has been stronger than many analysts had expected We've made an awful lot of progress just over the past year and in total about 80% of the jobs that were lost in March and April of 2020 have been recovered next week will get another employment report And that's expected to show an unemployment rate close to or at 4% which is quite a low level So we paid awful lot of progress in the recovery What do you expect in terms of the recovery in 2022 You know there's been a lot of clearly a ton of infections in COVID I mean we have more than 2 million globally today and this is the fourth day in a row of over a million But there hasn't been much concern about negative impacts on the economy or indeed bad data yet Well an interesting characteristic that's going to play prominently in 2022 is that the economy seems to be becoming less sensitive to the latest turns in COVID We're seeing record breaking numbers of cases as you're suggesting that is creating some severe problems but nothing like the shutdowns that we saw early in the COVID period There are some substantial challenges that the U.S. and global economies confront for 2022 Those all trace back to COVID the surest way that we can have of addressing those challenges is to get the disease wrestled to the ground David we're hearing constantly about of course a severe shortage in workers severe shortage and products of course inflation as well just skyrocketing as well How quickly does addressing those supply chain concerns turn into an inventory surplus Is that something we should be worried about I don't think so for 2022 the more predominant challenge will be to resolve some of those shortages that you mentioned Workers remain to this day reluctant for understandable reasons to come back into the workforce They may have caregiving responsibilities in the home some workers still face child care situations that are not stable Young children are still unvaccinated and so not able to be in group settings with the high degree of assurance that parents would like to have these problems are going to take some period of time to resolve And I expected it will probably be the end of the second half of 2022 before we really see substantial progress on some of these long-standing issues David just following up on supply chains here I mean one of the new mantras from corporate America has really been the idea of bringing your supply chains closer to your end consumer so you're not dealing with these shipping delays How much could that actually impact growth here in the United States Some these supply chain issues are going to be quite difficult to resolve For example to build a new chip factory.

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And for Tom Jonathan and Lisa on this New Year's Eve I hear it's someone's birthday I'm not sure about that So we might have said that a few times on this program Happy birthday Happy birthday John Matt you know earlier we were talking and I was saying okay I just want markets to be calm 'cause I'd rather be picking out what bottle of bubbly I'll be drinking later but I have to say there are some interesting moves shaping up today despite as kriti has also been telling us volumes are very light I would point out that in this U.S. future session we're seeing some underperformance from Russell 2000 futures It's always interesting when we see this is found three tenths of a percent some concern about the smaller cap the more cyclical type stocks Of course it's the year end Sometimes that's some window dressing moves But what does this mean as we head into 2022 about whether the big caps tech stocks can continue to succeed for their part S&P 500 and NASDAQ futures up one tenth of a percent Now some more sanguine moves in the bond market space We're seeing a little bit of buying ten year old 30 year yields lower by one basis point We've just seen the ten year old tick under 1.5% So unfortunately not ending the year on that nice round number but still both the ten year and 30 year yield hovering around their 50 year 50 day moving average rather we saw some selling to start the week So perhaps it's logical to end the week with some buying Now another asset that has been moving back and forth a little bit of choppiness today is your Euro dollar dollar on track for its best year since 2015 given that we're seeing this policy divergence from the fed versus the ECB So we're seeing the Euro trying really to put up some gains today but not exactly doing So it is up less than half of one tenth of 1% So those are some of your macro movers today Pretty what about some of the biggest movers when it comes to individual equities Yeah Danny we can't forget about the stock market You know yesterday romaine bostick are very own romaine bostic Ask me what was the best performing stock on the S&P 500 this year and Danny I failed that quiz miserably so I thought I'd go educate myself and this is where we have Devon Energy That is your biggest percentage gainer for this year a whopping 176% year to date and it's not alone because check this out Marathon Oil is in second place Once again a 145% increase And this is everything to do with that recovery rally This kind of rebound in the commodity space and oil prices in specifically we're talking about oil potentially hitting a hundred a $150 well the best kind of benefactors from that are going to be your U.S. shale players and especially those that are very exposed to what's going on particularly in drilling in the south One of the decliners though is going to be Penn national gaming and it has nothing necessarily to do with Mac or of course we're talking about omicron Barry and stuff But more of their woes coming from that legal battle is kind of casino gambling is that going to be legal or simply sports bet gambling I should also add state by state and you really see a lot of volatility in that stock But that has not been what is the index contributors on that basis It is still big tech that is leading those gains for that I really want to look at Apple for example That stock in particular has been gaining quite a bit and pushing the index to those record high So I'm just using Apple here as a proxy for your Microsoft your alphabets your Nvidia But then with it Tesla which I think we're now also calling a big tech name has been performing quite well 52% one of the major index contributors in the top ten as well for the S&P 500 This everything to do with that EV boom It's not just Tesla Tesla alone You're seeing it with Ford with GM they really are changing that dynamic And it's showing up in the stock market Let me show you the downside though because PayPal actually dragged the index 18% decline or a week I should say on the S&P 500 year to date a lot of that has to do with that crypto exposure kind of this idea that they've accepted crypto as a payment therefore when you see Bitcoin volatility PayPal tends to get extra exposed to that And lastly Disney I used to call this the best of both worlds essentially that exposure to the recovery trade but also that streaming network in their back pocket Well it turns out it didn't help either way You actually saw them being about a 14% weight on the index Danny and Matt Isn't Danny isn't both cleco just the obvious and automatic choice I don't know I think for new year's you pull out the DOM obviously Wow Heavy hitter All right kriti Danny thank you very much for that I want to get over to Dana doria right now Co chief investment officer at invest net joining us very graciously on this New Year's Eve day Thanks so much for your time really appreciate it Let me first ask you even though we should be in a celebratory mood If you're worried about inflation and 2022 we've had two guests so far in the last hour tell us they think we could see more than 7% in the first quarter Yeah I think inflation is probably the biggest concern for markets as we move into 2022 It's not to say that we won't see it taper off with certain extent but we're considerably higher than where we thought we'd be even given the reflation trade in 2021 And there's signs now of course that apron and the variance in general aren't going away and that's going to create potential supply chain issues ongoing I think we don't have the same lockdown issues potentially as we did in the beginning of this pandemic but we still have the prospect of COVID disrupting supply chains causing price increases to continue on So I do think it's a concern that's going to be with us for a bit The fiscal spending that helped us in 2020 and 2021 does that still have a big effect on 2022 I know a lot of government programs take time to get off the ground and running I mean are we going to see a boost from that next year It's a great question and I think the anticipation a lot of people might have is that we will but unfortunately most of the time with these infrastructure programs it takes a while for that money to kind of seep in And to the extent there's tax increases those are immediate So if we do get Bill back better and there are tax increases that's a big if as we all know tax increases kind of tends to hit quickly infrastructure spending increases It's a longer term prospect So I don't see that helping us too much next year when we have a big fiscal drop off related to the spending we had this year just related to COVID right And to helping the economy reopen So we are facing a fiscal drop off next year as we head into 2022 likely lower for growth probably a little bit more volatility but that's to be expected right The 27% year you're not you wouldn't expect higher growth Well Dana you're talking about this fiscal spending drop off I'm curious about the savings rate in particular because at the peak of the pandemic essentially you saw the savings rate skyrocket to even higher than what you saw in The Great Depression when everyone was rarely just hoarding their cash in their mattresses Now you're.

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"You do need to figure out how to make a business work within the fair site. The confines of what you do have some ability in and even the capacity to learn. Well tom yeah absolutely. I just started thinking about the the business owners that we've worked with and of course. Howard partridge he carries the water on all the business metrics whether it's marketing or sales or operations or the you know the how to's of systems and everything and you go through cycles and you know you're at first star upright you're the bootstrap or you're doing it off and then maybe you you know in the family starts working for you your spouse kicks in and then you hire your first outside team member and you grow some more and all of sudden your responsibility just keeps going up and up in the needs of the business. A smaller and smaller percentage of what the business needs is actually what. You're really good at right. If you've got your selo per noor in you're kind of making a go in it's all about you and your personnel and everything and then as you grow the scale of complexity steadily outpaces your individual ability to do it anyway and so i was jumping into the future and one of the things that i see course ours is a family owned business. And and you know multigenerational someone businesses transition into a legacy where they leave the business to the next generation of kids or the grandkids. There's usually a ton of strife and turmoil if you have a very strong founder. Who's really build something from nothing. He he or she is created this really going. There's a very very Small likelihood that one of the kids or grandkids is gonna be that same exact human being gifts and talents. I mean it just doesn't happen everybody's unique in so there seems to be this block. That says i. You know the people say. I should be able to do you at all and even if i can't do it all i should be the one telling others who can do that how to do it. But there's a maturity that sets in where you say you know what the fastest way to the next destination is to get the best person available. Who's really good at this and turn them loose. Let them do their deal. You know have checks and balances make sure the you know. It's in perspective and things. Are you know congruent with everything you want. But as soon as we recognize the gifts and talents god's given us and we spend our energy trying to support and grow those and this this for many was a turning point in my leadership. And that was recognizing Firsthand what my blind spots are as soon as i figured out in gave credence to my blind spots and then gave my permission to seek out people. That's not their blindspot. My life got a whole lot easier right in so this own survey. I wouldn't pick a business coach. Because i got a business coach. Got howard partridge and he will. Your mirrors of each other's are the opposite as far as blind spots. Go in so. It's a great relationship. That's who i go to I tell them hey. This is my vision. This is this is what i want accomplish Make sure that we don't lose money. And then if we can make sure we make money all the good business plan so he looks at it. He goes sobbed. Says he says chief. We can't make anybody here. And then i go okay and then i go back to the drawing board. Yeah sometimes they'll say we could make money here. But here's how we'll have to do it and i'm like okay. Let's do it right. And so that's what you've gotta do as you one of the best things to ask your coach so if you're going to go out and get a coach and they know what they're talking about. Say look in a few a few sessions after we know each other. I want you to help me identify my blind spots because if you got if you know what you're blind spots are as soon as you go off the rail and you start digging into an area. That's in your blind spot. The little alarm goes off on the inside. Yeah and for me. What that means is. I'm going to get the information i'm not gonna commit and i'm going to go to the expert in this area. That is why. I want to point out a quick resource that we're gonna be talking about more somehow at him on the show. I just talked with you about at tom. Jonathan fields probably on the show three years ago or more. He's the good life. Project has a really popular podcast and he is just come out with no hasn't even come out yet. As of this publishing. I think it comes out late. September twenty twenty one book called sparked. But it's about the type that sparks you and it really is focused on work. What is the thing in work. That spark she and i'm gonna go towards. Where is your greatest skill gift capacity ability but focused on work and so as we are all looking at our businesses. It does a great job. I think of showcasing within your business. This is the role you were going to succeed in best. And also that's going to be the most fitting for you. And i think it's really good to know because you may need to fulfill some other roles but to realize man those are going to be draining on you and you need to make space for that or those are the areas. You're going to want to try to delegate a first so you can take the assessment and get a lot of information is totally free. Just give them email address of course at spark type dot com and it's s. p. a. r. k. e. type dot com typ dot com s. p. e. typ e..

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The two injuries in the previous two seasons. Raptors Go on to win it all. Miami goes on to get to the finals. How? Oh, man, I'm going to do it anyway. Sometimes I get frustrated with the hypotheticals. But I'm gonna do it anyway, because I'm curious. So we live in if Nobody thought the Hawks were going to get here. The conference finals to the congress. Fine. Don't tell me you did like your line. Nobody. Nobody outside of Trey Young and Rafer. Yeah, By the way, Mr rate for young to me the other day. I've been said that squad was good. But anyway, here we go. Um, hawks do the bucks an immense favor by taking care of the Sixers. Yep. If that matchup in Sixers bucks Yannis gets injured again is this the third time we see the same nonsense but it but that's been the crazy thing about this finals is the same this playoffs. It's that the Sixers weren't the Sixers. The Celtics weren't the Celtics. The Lakers got hurt. Sixers won the Sixers. Why the sixties work the sixes because Ben Simmons was a desire. He was a mess. He wasn't did he have an injury that I missed? No, but he would know he would just be. Yes, he did. No, no, he did. He had the neck up injury. He had some. He had some issues up here that they got to figure out what him. That's that's not like train step. Come on, You tell me the Sixers that number one seed. Six is all season was the same team you saw in the playoffs. Listen, that team had problems. You can see it. It started with one of the most important players. It may have had problems correct, but that's not like Janice being out because of a hyper extended neither like trade being out. Cause he stepped on the officials foot like I can't. I don't have time for this. No, no, no, This is not the injuries Don't count. No. At this point, he had mental injuries, and I refuse to allow us to put that entire series on Ben Simmons alone, like all of them was wetting the bed dumps. We'll also in If you wanna talk injury, Embiid was playing on a tournament that now that part is true. And early in that year, which caused him he couldn't make a layup Member. He went over 12 2nd. Half of the key game could make a layup. That would have been a win. They should have won That series in five years should be over 41. It wasn't Breathe. Breathe. Hey, listen, The larger point Hypothetical this is is my wheelhouse. I will have the larger point, though, for me is how close were the bucks to potentially third time injuries Snipes them even if you give me a healthy trade, right, attorney injuries were bounced. It was exactly I mean, they were that close. And I think that to me is why I can't entertain this conversation around the asterisk. Although we have what a record nine superstars hurt this year. I can't entertain it because every year Something. Listen. Health is fleeting. You're that close in terms of your margin of error, One way or another and ankle twist the wrong way. You know what I mean? I will end that I will end the Astros conversation this way, okay? Do we have an actress when the Rockets won back to back champions? Talk to him? Yeah, but is there answers there because the greatest player on the planet took two years off? Mm. Is there an honestly Did anybody say Well? Akin's not winning that title if Michael Jordan still playing for the Bulls Is it? Anyone bring that up at his Hall of Fame speech? Rudy, Tom Jonathan, when people saying that about about the Rockets? No..

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

"To have tom. Jonathan here and boy i tell you i. It's like a broken record week after week tom. We're talking about kyle larson but as i said in the open he. He's not perfect obviously because he didn't win a stage. Well i mean kyle larson his obviously on an incredible hot streak. But it's just that it's a streak. Last year kevin harvick and denny. Hamlin seemed to win everything. Two years ago. Joe gibbs racing won nineteen races set a modern era record. The question is will larsen b. This hot in october november. When it really matters. See the same thing i mean i. It's very rare. That you see i mean yeah denny and and in kevin one a lot of races last year it. I don't think it matters what they throw at cow. Now he's going to win. It doesn't matter what it's in eighths. You know it's one of those things it's pretty unbelievable denny. Hamlin sitting out there a couple of weeks ago with a hundred points up in the regular season points. Huddle cow larson is a race that down to like points in three weeks by just sweeping stages winning races It's pretty unbelievable. Shades jimmy johnson in the in the mid to late two thousands for sure on. And that's the thing. Tom i mean you look at it east. He's piled up the stage points at playoff points in the meantime. He's got thirty two playoff points now. Next best is martin you junior with eighteen. Dinnie handled right now. Who is first place has five and the thing is here now. You've got thirty two. And if he wins the regular season. That's another fifteen now. We found out last year with kevin. Harvick that doesn't guarantee a spot. The final yes. What sixty three playoff points. And he didn't make it to the final round. I would bet everything. I own that harvick would have made it to the final round last year. That seemed to be the easiest. Most slam dunk bet in the world and it didn't happen so i think kyle larson is a fantastic talent. He's proven that in everything he's gotten into but let's not put the crown on his head just yet bagri with that. I mean look. The playoff points gives you a mulligan right. Kevin harvick could've used three last year in that final round before we got to phoenix. You know you have to pick and choose your spots. You've the best way to advance to the playoffs as obvious to win a race in every round and then boom. You're there but you know i don't know if it's sixty three is at a record in the playoffs. Playoff points because larsen on track if he wins that i mean he could possibly break that. I'm not sure if it is but gosh it would almost have to be. I would think yeah. I don't know it because you this course this whole system draw new when you look at it so hard it would have to be a record and and the way larssen's driving right now. You can see it happening but the thing is you look at what kyle done the last six points races. He is not finished worse than second. I mean this is a historic streak. Let's i guess he's all right. What happened with other three races. I mean really second come out. I mean that's the thing that we look at this kid and say you know we've all willing to known. He was talented. But i asked the question the show last week. I'd be curious to get you. Scott us guys from brooklyn now you your new jersey us guys. Get your reactions to this. Are we seeing kyle larson. True talent really come through now because he can relax and just drive the car and and he's in the kind of equipment now where he doesn't feel like he has to overdrive the car to be successful. Oh no question about that. Nothing breeds success like success. He's confident his team's confident. His crew chief is confident one of the interesting things. That's going to happen though. If his number of victories continues to be disproportionate to those of his teammates. House the internal chemistry. You're gonna be with the other. Three drivers chase elliott's defending series champion. You know alex bowman just got a good contract extension. He's been running well. A william byron's had a fast car and they've been running well but if you know we've seen this before if one guy on a four car team gets way ahead of the other three guys then you run. The risk of of some weird. Inner team chemistry. So the there's i don't wanna in any way diminish what kyle larson's doing right now and i think he is absolutely the odds on favourite to win but let's not hand him the title yet. Yeah i think. I think if anybody's going to deal with that situation it's got to be rick hendrick because gordon same boat jimmy johnson. Same boat the best on the race track barnen easily the best guy in a in a three or four car team So i mean. But i think the bigger thing too is i think call arson has a little bit to prove right. I think everyone thought he was going to come in. And just set the world on fire. It chip ganassi racing. And i think he kind of got the reputation a little bit. He couldn't close races. He drove stuff way. Too hard and to your point. He's got the hot rod. He doesn't have to do it so now he can. He can back off five percent and just go. You know one hundred and five percents of hundred ten percent in in blow. His right rear out slammed the car route. So i thought for a while that he was you know because his lead kept building over the final part of the race on sunday and i thought he's not saving few like needs to be saving fuel but it turned out he was. I think obviously other guys were saving fuel to. But i guess he was maintaining more than i realized he was tom but he was saving. It obviously saved enough. You have One of the things. I noticed on the broadcast was his crew. Chief came on and told him. We're good on fuel. And then the announcers speculated well we wonder if he could make it while the crew chief just told him here's another interesting factor to throw out hendrick as a team obviously his found a competitive advantage whether it's more horsepower whether it's better aero whether it's better chassis they found something and are all running well as a team. So which other team. And how soon do they figure out. What hendrick scott in in catch them. Like i said two years ago joe gives won nineteen races. Nobody could touch them so somebody at some point is gonna figure out how to make their cars more competitive with the hendrick cars. The question is who will it be. Will it be. Gibbs will it be penske stewart. Haas stepped up. They looked much better Nashville than they have in a while. So i'm curious to see who who the the main challenger to the hendrick juggernauts going to be. And that's the thing i mean. We can sit here in june and look at. How hot kyle larson it is..

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"And welcome to the cardinal cafe. My name is greg jesting and i'm the president of voices of hope. And i'm here with my partner at siegel. The vice president of civil pay. Hi greg how are you. I'm good what's going on this week. Oh not much just one more week in the life of waiting for cova to let us back into our normal activities or as normal as they can be exactly yelling from my super bowl injury so your your battle with an avocado news tonight. That a governor baker announced tomorrow. He's going to be telling all of us when we go get the shots. They got eight thousand johnson johnson. They weren't expecting a while. Let's things are gonna open up fairly quickly. Anything which is good especially in the theater world into the sports world. Maybe we'll get to go sing at the red sox year again. Oh that would be nice and said the virtual and we did for the celtics which was cool. But being fenway It would be great just to be to have things cross for that yet. Not april we've done ever before in his brutal out there. I've said this before. I remember when i was coaching softball and girls with the season would start in towards the end of april. We would have practices at the beginning of april and it was just brutal. These poor girls were out there in their in their sweat. Shirts hoodies on freezing. Their little butts off played high school baseball and we started in. I grew up in indiana. And i played in snowstorms. We played it. Didn't stick to the ground because of ground absorbent off. The snow wouldn't stick. But you try and find a fly ball yet. Little snowflakes fund. And then if you hit one off the end of the bat you break your fingers up i was. I was a d. h. In the catcher in a relief pitcher. So i got to wear dearly. That was a little bit warmer. But i'm glad you had a good. We can glad your hand is healing. Like i said my wife's toes healing so she's doing much better and all you other members up there with bodily injuries from being at home and doing new things that you've never done before. I hope you he'll just as quickly as everybody else anybody is. What's real though Let's sports ovet little sports ball. That's for you. John prima sports ball time eight new patriots new patriots got. Bill is a busy busy boy. Doesn't like being on the losing end of the season. i see but that's great for us fans. That's awesome sports. Talk radio though because no matter what there's always somebody that's gonna talk about. How bad of a decision these these picks a bid today. They got hunter henry today which was now. They have the top two tight ends in the league. All they talked about was though. This is because. Tom brady histov bill and bills just getting back at tom. Jonathan kraft in. Bob kraft the not gonna just give him money to get back at. Tom is the first year they've actually had money that they could participate in the first round of free agents. Yeah that reveal. They've never they've never had that much money before because they're always picking towards the end of the draft and they've never had the opportunity to play when some of these top names have been available so they said today Part of this is due to covid. Because they didn't spend last year because they didn't know if were going to play so they didn't spend on big names last year. Hence the seven and nine record but that's why they have all this money this year. So why not and you know you got the money spent. I don't. I don't expect them to win the super bowl but i will be very happy if they make the playoffs. It'll be a fun year again. If you're gonna have voices of hope had fifty thousand dollars to spend on every show lead be doing lay misima say got you know you got the money. Spent use it while you know. In produce what you can produce but was speaking of producing and directing have our first guest ever on our podcast drink executive artistic director. Voices of miss dana siegel. Hey dana hank rank for those of you who listen to us who do not know us at dana are happily married and we're all still getting through this together and this is a great way to do this. I want to have dana on because last time and very first podcast edn night talked about the origins of voices of hope and and where that came from through ada in dana was actually the director of that show and we've known each other a lot longer than that as well but i wanted to have gone on to kind of continue the origins because she is a big part of who we are. Why we're here in what we do in. How been so successful. she's been with us since day one. She's the heart and soul of our group. She makes everybody give a hundred and ten percent because you wanna give it to to her because she works hard at getting it out of you so welcome. I'm so glad you could be our first guest so excited you guys invited me to the club. I mean the cafe. We don't have any Milk or cream or anything because it's quarantine so our refrigerators bear right now. So the companies could. Someday we're going to be able to do this. Live in actually get to sit and have a cup of coffee and talk to people. So i said dana in. I go back a long ways to go back before ed night. Yeah before right right. I was one of the people who had to give approval for ed to even go out. That's another story for another time. Brothers protecting me in those days are long. Yeah had to get through. Yeah so dana. You've done a lot of the we've done. Every voices of hope shave direct every voice of hope show but also you have directed so much before voices of hope you're one of the most sought after directors around so. We're very honored that you are with us but prior to voice did a lot of these big major musicals to and that's actually where we met. We met doing the winchester hospital fundraiser. the winston show. I wanna say fifteen eighteen years ago or something that makes us like forty two. Yeah yeah we were young then as they say. Yeah one of the things. I wanna talk about with. You is how you came to be with us but also your background your also come from the medical field which brings a little bit more to voices of hope in your eyes and just kind of give us a little background of who dana siegel is in how we got so lucky to have her in our group. Scrag that's really sweet. I'm actually classic theater kid. I grew up in took sperry in an organization called. Twit did a workshop. Absolutely fell in love with the big broadway musical. We did a number of just really large musicals. My fair lady. Maim sound music. King and i was really introduced very early to musical theater but i also had a passion for medicine. I started out as a candy. Striper in a nurse's aid. And i knew early on that. I wanted to be a nurse to eventually. I would go to nursing school. I would meet. Ironically somebody who is to this very day. Voices of hope member. Mary beth barry. She and i both loved music and had theater background and wanted to keep that alive. While we were in nursing schools we have small little coffeehouse quartet called dj in me and we sang to play guitars and sang together all through nursing. And then you know you get married and you have children and you kind of span out in the world and start settling in his adult. But i always kept my roots in theater. When my daughter was younger. I taught for the four h. Club i taught theater in the public schools and just always maintained my passion for that. While i was building my nursing career. Eventually i would have the opportunity to start intersecting those where i started getting involved in philanthropic organizations that raised funds for healthcare issues. I started directing for the winton As you mentioned where you and i first met. I think we met with you sitting on a couch. A wooden painted cow folks that actually view h. members to this very day and i thought you're singing the.

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"tom jonathan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"tom jonathan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Can you hear me? Ok, All right. Sorry about that. You're on writer. Thank you. Matt Prater connect from 54 yards out, becoming the Versa. He passes. Here's the statistics in the lion. He passes Sebastian Janikowski for the most 50 plus yard field goals in his career with the 59th Janikowski obviously had 58 So he gets mobbed down by the sidelines after connecting on that 54 years field over. More importantly, five straight scoring drives in the game right? This game started with four punch than four touchdowns and a field goal and the gloves are off. I don't play fantasy football rich. But if you had a pro Bowl week, and you have separate or cousins, your loving life right now cousins a couple of touchdown passes. He's crossed 4000 yards on the season for the fifth time in his career Going 11 of 17. 158 yards here in the first half of 1 33.9 quarterback rating. Matthew Stafford, eight of 11. 150 yards and suit touchdown and a 1 54.4 rating. Touchdown tol, Marvin Jones and Clinton's secret theme Vikings defense. Rich has given up five plays of 20 or more yards. 16 14 Lions lead 7 13 to go first half All right. Don't want to correct myself to Miami would need a tie and a tendency loss in order to make the playoffs. So really the on Lee scenarios, as far is Miami, clinching a playoff berth with loss today, they would need a loss from Indianapolis, Cleveland or Baltimore. Right now, the Ravens in front the Browns in front, both comfortably. So far, Let's go to Alan Siegel in New England, where the Patriots are in front of the Jets. Sally, You're rich. There remain in front seven. Nothing to score 5 47 to go here until halftime and the Jets of just taking over. They'll be first instead of their own 20 yard line, and Cam Newton is actually playing very well. This afternoon. If you take a look at the Patriots total offense of 174 yards, he is nine and 13 4 103 yards in the air and has rushed for another 54. So he has taken care of 157 of the 174 yards. By himself, which has been a lot of talk of obviously in New York about well, you keep Sam Donald E Trade the number two pick for a lot of picks so far, but watching Sam Donald. He's made very few mistakes in terms of the wrong decisions here this afternoon. In terms of numbers, you 7 to 10 for 83 hours are 63 yards rather But he seems to be, you know, reporting himself very, very comport themselves. Very, very well here rich and you know, I if I'm a Jets fan, I want them to actually hold on to Sam. Donald get a good coach with him and Trade, the second pick for a bunch of other picks and get a lot of things because they do need a lot of things to be competitive. Well, they do have a lot of cap space. That's also goes along with the second pick, and Joe Douglas facing a lot of decisions this upcoming offseason, Allan Thanks so much, we will get back to you in just a little while. But right now the Patriots in front of the Jets by a score of seven Nothing. That field goal attempt in Cleveland was good by the Steelers, so they've cut it to attend three margin. Brown's still in front and it's the Lion 16. The Vikings 14. Let's head to Jonathan Piddling in Cleveland right now, with more on that game. You talk about the Matthew right? 29 yarder. That was good Before that, a 23 yarder. That was good off the foot of Cody Parky on that drive for the Steelers had set up to 29 yard field goal. Basic, Rudolph, probably through one of the better throws. I think I've ever seen him throw candy with Dante Johnson for 41 yards, So maybe he's showing a sign of wife as the Browns. Really need to make sure that this current drive that they're on right now finds their way to the end zone before the halftime Baker Mayfield looking good today, seven or 13 for 104 yards make Chuck on the ground seven carries for 83 yards and, of course, that touchdown run earlier on in the game, second seven for the Browns. They're in their own territory. They got some work to do on this one up 10 to 3. What? Over four minutes left in the second quarter from first energy. All right. Thank you, Tom Jonathan. Let's go to Tom Maicon's in Tampa Bay, where the Buccaneers it's around already. Not exactly the way the Falcons were hoping to finish up, Tom Yeah, certainly not. So far. The Buccaneers are in command. Totally this afternoon. They have a 20 to 3 lead. The most recent points of 38 Yard Field goal by Ryan Suck up. That came after a fumble recovery by Antoine Winfield Junior at the port in nine other 42 yard line of the Atlanta Falcons. It thought the First part of that play look like maybe Winfield had gotten the ball off the ground, but his knee not being down, and he advanced is always in the end zone. It could have been a touchdown, but upon further review They decided that indeed his knee was down by contact for 39. No problem for the box. They went on from there and got Ryan suck ups second field over the afternoon. The other 1 28 yarder in the first quarter. Champ Tom Brady has thrown two touchdown passes, one to Chris God when the other to Antonio Brown. It's a Buccaneers afternoon so far, 7 54 to play in the second quarter. Tampa BAY 20 Atlanta Three. All right, so the Buccaneers the only thing they need to worry about right now is the health of Mike Evans, who had to be helped off the field with a knee injury. A non contact his foot came out from under him the turf game way. In Tampa Bay, so hopefully get some news on that before the end of the day. Let's go to Paul Hamilton and Buffalo. The bills having no problems against the Dolphins. You have a bills. They're up now. 14 to 3 as we are in the second quarter. 6 56 left to go in the second quarter. Josh Allen did get the The record most passing everything this season from Drew Bledsoe. But shockingly enough, he stands stayed in the game. He had thrown a touchdown pass. Ah, seven yard TD passes. I'm makin Isaiah Mackenzie. Last time we spoke. And I have thought for sure that would be it for him. It seemed like a good time to take him out of the game. But he came back and lead the bills on a play 88 yard drive. And whatever this strategy is by Chamakh, German almost backfired because Stefan Diggs caught a pass. And got absolutely cheap shotted. Afterwards it was a 16 yard reception. There was a penalty on the play, and Diggs took a few moments to get up. But he stayed in the game. They didn't even pull him after that. And Buffalo got another touchdown pass to Mackenzie of 14 Yard or from Josh Alan. And the thing is, Yeah. Maybe the bills want the second seed. Maybe that's important to Sean McDermott. The Steelers air aren't even close to the Cleveland Browns. Right now, the Steelers lose. It doesn't matter if the Bills winner or lose this game. They are the number two seed, and right now it's not looking good for the Steelers, and we just heard So I just whatever the motivation is, he's taking a huge chance because I'll tell you right now, if the Bills don't have Josh Elena Stefan digs in the playoffs. We're not going very far, so we'll see what it is. After the Dolphins current drivers, they're just going now. The Dolphins really have not gone anywhere in this game we're talking about. It Seems that is 60 total yards with 6 10 left to go here in the second quarter, 48 yards passing and 12 yards rushing. Right now. Miami has a third and six A Z. They try to get downfield. They are at their own 28 yard line, trailing 14 to 35 53 left to go here in the second quarter. All right, Thank you very much. Paul Hamilton. Let's head to Jason Erhard instance and anywhere Lamar Jackson putting on a show right now. Um, 18 yard touchdown pass the marquees. Brown has made it 17 enough again and rich. This game is not a close is the score might suggest the total number of yards for the Ravens. 255 the Bangles have seven. Ravens have 13 1st downs. The Bangles have yet to convert their 1st 1st round of the game. It's been total domination. Ravens 21 minutes time of possession. The Bangles for you Get the point. The Ravens have come here to play today and they can clinch that playoff berth and the Bangles or at least looking at this point, like they're just looking to get the season over with, because they really not come to play here today. Lamar Jackson has seven carries for 46 yards halfway on his way to that mark of 1000, and he's thrown for 97 as well. So all Ravens so far 17 US and 3 44 to go here in the first half of Paul Brown Stadium. Dornin at MetLife Stadium. Daniel Jones has connected with Sterling Shepard and Shepherd scores for the second time today, this time on a 10 yard reception. The point after this time is good. So it is now Giants with a 13 3 lead over the Cowboys, who just looked so lethargic today, and the only points they've gotten have come courtesy of a Wayne Goldman fumble, which led to a Greg Zuerlein field goal..

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Netflix Still Doesn't Want to Pay Apple

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00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Netflix Still Doesn't Want to Pay Apple

"There's a, report that net flicks is pushing new subscribers to sign up on its website rather than through its dedicated. App a move that pulls revenue. From apple and other app store owners. Currently net flicks users, on, ipads, and iphones have the option to, subscribe, via, the app stores in app purchases this makes subscribing to Netflix simpler for apple users but also gives apple a fifteen percent cut of those subscriptions Netflix told tech crunch that it's. Testing a, change the bypasses in app subscriptions in countries such as the UK and, Brazil and instead reroutes users to its own

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Hackers may be targeting your fax machine

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00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Hackers may be targeting your fax machine

"Had over the market since the days of thirty five, millimeter film the company. Plans to aggressively promote its new breed of mirror less cameras which excel at capturing Chris shots. Of fast moving objects unlike. Digital single lens reflex Cameras DSL are for short Sony's, alpha camera ditches mirror and prism system that shows what's coming through the. Lens the, design, let's, image sensors grad light, faster and stay in focus using sophisticated software you Sony succeeds in making its cameras the industry standard expect everything from press. Conferences to golf tournaments to become a lot quieter without the noisy shuttered sounds.

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EU might force Apple to ditch Lightning connector in favour of USB

Bloomberg Surveillance

05:58 min | 4 years ago

EU might force Apple to ditch Lightning connector in favour of USB

"Investment but some ice hockey here in the heat artist. In a moment the, Bloomberg, NJIT, stem report always brought to you, by, New Jersey institute of technology of the NJIT maker space and you rapid prototyping, design and innovation lab where companies collaborate with students and faculty. Learn more at NJIT dot EDU here's baboon good morning Tom Jonathan here's what's making news in science technology engineering. And math China is already threatened by escalating US taxes on its goods and he's about to find it much harder to invest in US companies want to. Buy American technology in such cutting edge areas as robotics artificial intelligence and, virtual reality President Donald Trump is. Widely expected as early as. This week to sign Deflation to tighten the US government scrutiny of foreign investments and exports of sensitive, technology law which congress passed in, a rare, show of unity. Among Republicans and Democrats doesn't single, out, China but, there's no doubt the intended target is Beijing the Trump administration has. Accused China of using predatory tactics to steal American technology excuse me but do you happen to have a cell phone charger that I could borrow one that actually fits my phone back in two thousand nine apple Samsung and other. Phone makers signed onto, a, memorandum, of understanding voluntarily standardizing on the, micro, USB connector although the fine print let apple maintain its proprietary lightning connector apple, collects royalties for those using its technology now there's word that. European Union regulators maybe ready to force the issue the website ars Technica reports the EU is looking into a. Legal mandate to push standard phone charger connectors and possibly prohibit nonstandard The rule would be aimed, at reducing the amount. Of electronic waste created by chargers that can't be recycled that's the Bloomberg NJIT stem report Tom Jonathan Bob moon, thank you so much fun things you need to know to start your day brought to you, by interactive brokers rated number one best online broker. Two thousand eighteen atop online broker for the eighth consecutive year by Barron's visit. Ibkr k.. R. dot com slash IB to learn more John I was just last night was the most interesting political night since the election Ohio it was, fascinating, to see the county by county by county returns commend so Kevin cirilli informed me that this, Ohio house district has, been dominated by Republicans it's nine hundred ninety two yeah I did not know that. So it's been a long time and now you've got a wafer thin. Margin regardless of who you know urban rat like any other just wrapped around Columbus and then there's suburban and then there's rural And you know rural big pro-trump urban big pro Democrats and it was, the suburban vote which which will be the study over the next coming weeks and I, don't have any idea how that study will come out Mike Allen featuring axios this morning so does this make the midterms a. Lot more interesting yes yeah I, would, I, guess we. Knew that before but, now we really know with a vengeance tesla I loved your covenant Saudi Arabia I I agree it's a, big deal yet. Isn't is going to be difficult I think this is the most polarizing company on the planet whichever side you sit on this by Sal. Barish bullish that headline from the financial times yesterday's rally started and what got, the. Rally started with the following headline the f. t. reporting that the Saudi. Wealth fund is set to have a three to five percent stake in tesla that's. Long-term money while fund money. Is, not going to pay on. A dime and quite clearly as a hedge away from the energy story in Saudi Arabia and you mentioned this long term and if tests that does need, funding at some point, it's got what kind Big. Names in the bigs two to lean on when is your life destroyed I mean one, twenty eight seventy two Luckily I'm funded in dollars I Some I'm okay so? You, always buy during some London yes it's my job when. I got back onto the. Pumped With capable. Where it is south of one thirty with euro-sterling north of north we Pence in your. Hugely qualified to answer this where does the pain come in for. The average, person. In England. Is at one twenty six is at? One, twenty years studying is so much more important you're stunning We're given given the fact that the bulk large chunk of trade between the United Kingdom in. Europe is where it's. At your sterling moving past ninety pen significant three days on the move here today is not huge. But the move since we sort of bottomed out in April I think we've had a vicious move over the last couple of months is. Exonerated in last couple of weeks and curiously it's. Accelerated the weakness has accelerated at a time that governor Connie's height interest rates and come. Fascinated about it pay for a chunnel ticket in euros or sterling. Do either Yeah I took his check was very high I took the channel. Thing that was very very on the tunnel, I can't imagine? You want. To train happy was the state it was, can we tell our? Listeners, about this morning the Tom Kane Kane Did the first forty minutes, of the show standing up. Because he came into the studio at someone, had moved the seat When you walked into the studio you stood up muttering under your breath and I didn't know what was going on And I said I? Said what's wrong he said someone stole my It's? You gotta, gotta get the Goes down Can I tell you what you think productivity dropped by in the last thirty minutes is the whole of bloombergradio. Ran around the office configured share right now is a great The.

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Microsoft Women Suing Over Bias Denied Class-Action Status

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01:31 min | 4 years ago

Microsoft Women Suing Over Bias Denied Class-Action Status

"Dot edu here's baboon good morning tom jonathan here's what's making news in science technology engineering and math women engineers who claim discrimination in pay and promotions by microsoft won't be allowed to pursue their lawsuit as a class action that is seen as a near death blow to the leading legal case seeking to attack the male dominated tech industry the judge did not elaborate an appeal is likely similar cases are pending against alphabets google twitter and oracle while uber technologies settled class action in april development of our modern world has literally been fueled by oil and coal with those words a us judge explained his decision that wouldn't be fair to place the blame for global warming on those who supplied what we demanded us district judge dismissed lawsuits by some american cities against bp exxon mobil chevron conaco phillips royal dutch shell saying nuisance cases aren't the answer to climate change the bay area cities of san francisco and oakland along with other local governments in california as well as new york city and boulder colorado or among those that had sought to recover the cost of infrastructure needed to protect against rising sea levels the san francisco city attorney's office says it's considering its next move hbo has been selling some programming content in china's fastgrowing fourteen billion dollar plus online streaming market under tight censorship rules now it appears chinese authorities have blocked the website of.

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