17 Burst results for "Twenty Four Thirty Seconds"

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"NBA trade deadline is today the bulls host the pelicans tonight and still dealing with some snowy and wet conditions on most of the roadways this morning just give yourself some extra time as far as the amount Kennedy's concert was seen quite a few accidents that wanted Canfield another Cumberland both off to the side is still about thirty eight minutes in from here from the even about twenty four thirty two out to the airports outbound evens is up to about twenty two minutes away cook road Iman Eisenhower's an hour from three ninety five forty two from Mannheim so man on the whole way in inbound Stevenson from the tri state fifty two minutes our ten from three fifty five delays fifty three on up to eighty three accident out on right at forty seven in the left lane they should Ford inbound at Dalton accidents still off to the side with a back up there fifty seven is slow in from about one hundred and Seventh at tollways it's heavy on the tri state just north on ninety fifth up to seventy five I eighty still have this jackknife semi westbound near my neck on the right lane also an accident at Francis road accident Addison lake west of Addison and in fox lake railroad crossing problem that route one thirty two just east of route twelve I merry band of elves net traffic center remind you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death coming this summer the new center from the center of the seven nights a week WGN America winter weather advisory live in Chicago and you can get to the point where nature can throw pretty much anything at.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KTRH

"To an ugly scars I'm Scott credits nine no one on this for your son forty K. T. R. raged rather whether together good morning Julie to hearty good morning we've been dealing with fog in this closure in the Conroe area all morning long forty five that inbound side they're putting on the frontage road at thirty eighty three and you are backed up all the way through the Willis area in seventy five it is also backed up into Willis because of this thing if you're looking for another alternate you could always take twenty four thirty two and take that down to fourteen eighty four cut back over otherwise we still have some heavy traffic if you're trying to travel on outbound ninety this accidents going to be right around the Heaney and hall and there is a couple minutes away I'm Julie hardy in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center while temperatures to start off the work week will turn out partly cloudy today mid upper sixties tomorrow an eighty percent chance of rain mid sixties to low seventies and then some cooler drier air midweek Wednesday was sunshine upper fifties to low sixties for highs I meteorologist Terry Smith at the weather channel fifty six on the island fifty five here at the case here H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center nine oh to our top story Wall Street not off to a good start today the Dow right now down three hundred ninety six nasdaq down one hundred sixty nine S. and P. five hundred down forty two oil in fifty three forty one Senate impeachment trial continues the president's defense team will resume its arguments as they battle with house prosecutors over witnesses hi Republican Jim Jordan was on fox and friends I think what we really saw Saturday is we saw two hours of the truth and two hours of the truth beats the twenty.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We sedition to the trade war, thumb wrestling wrestling present shame President Trump. All right. Well, in the meantime, unreliable entities and sweeping blacklists is where we are. We're gonna get an update on what that all means and how it may ripple through the tech world from John Early C'mon in just a minute. We'll get those details in just a second for step though. Back to your role, the business with Charlie Pellett, and I think very much happy Friday, by the way to the two of you. We've got the Dow, the s&p NASDAQ, not so happy finished the trading week down for a fourth consecutive week in the us, and P five hundred index falling today by one point three percent. Stocks extended a weekly loss to the worst since Christmas. Treasuries rallied a fourth day as the Trump administration's trade. Spats intensified oil, west Texas intermediate crude tumbling five point seven percent today at fifty three thirty seven a barrel. Brent sixty four forty nine down three point six percent gold down a higher by one point three percent. Thirteen o five ounce. The ten year up twenty four thirty seconds, yield two point one two percent. So the P down thirty six down one point three percent. The Dow down three hundred fifty four down one point four percent, and NASDAQ lower by one hundred and fourteen down one and a half percent. Matt Maleas is equity strategist at Miller tailback. He's got this advice for investors. The most important thing to do is not react to parsley people start dumping stocks left. And right. And then they caught them trouble. But I do think one thing, I've been saying, I several weeks is Bill raised a little bit of cash get a little bit more defensive and go, and look at the stocks that people K you too weak to these uncertain times. In other words, once a good dividend not only pay dividends but have a record of increase in their dividend on a annual basis on a regular basis. And again, recapping stocks lower the s&p slumping thirty six points to end the week and into a new trading month and twenty seven fifty two. I'm Charlie.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up twenty four thirty seconds. The yield two point four four percents. West Texas intermediate crude oil is down over two percent at fifty seventy eight a barrel. Comex gold's up a half a percent at thirteen thousand nine hundred eighty announced the dollar-yen is one ten fourteen the euro dollar thirteen sixty British pound to dollar thirty one eighty four. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg markets is underway with Lisa and Paul Greg. Thank you so much kind of a weak opening here to the Friday trading here. We've got the three US indices off about point nine to one percent. So very weak up. And let's see where the action is across the board in equities. And we welcome Michael Regan, America's team leader for Bloomberg markets live blog, Michael Paul as you mentioned earlier, obviously, this disappointing German manufacturing PM. Data really set the tone, and it looked like one of the at the beginning of the futures trading. Look like, maybe it'd be one of those days where there's a clouds over Europe sort of lift as the US session goes on. But it certainly doesn't seem like that's the case. Now, the US market manufacturing PM, I came out. In the meantime, that also missed the services PM I missed and there's one report that's kind of gone under the radar that I would point out too, and that's semiconductor billings, the semi billings report showed that a drop of twenty three percent year over year in February. So if you look at the major leaders on the downside in the stock market a lot of financials financials is a group the S and P five hundred down about two point four percent. They've really gotten hammered this week even during yesterday's sort of giddy rally. The KYW Bank indexes off almost nine percent since the close on Monday. Obviously the those flattening and invert. In some cases, yield curves are playing wreaking havoc on the banks there. But also, the semiconductor stocks are getting hit Western Digital advance micro. You name it all sort of under pressure as are most industries of the eleven industries. It's really those defensive you'll proxy stocks like utilities consumer Staples. And real estate are the only ones up everything else is down a pretty solidly in the red again, led by financials energy commodity industrials. I gotta say the tone is really being set by the bond market today. When you talk about yield curve inversions, the one that a lot of people are paying attention to today is the gap between ten year and three months. Treasury debt basically yields on those two maturity's have contracted. Basically. Investors are earning more now to own three month treasury bills T-Bills then ten year treasuries, which raises a question does this indicate recession coming up, and that sort of seems to be fueling this pessimism. And the. Other thing. That's so interesting right now is that the Federal Reserve is actually holding off on rate hikes impart because this is the yield curve that they watch they didn't want to infer. Exactly, right. They were hoping for a steeping in. They're getting sort of the opposite end as you point out that three months ten-year curve is I think the only input in the New York Fed's recession model, which they do on a monthly average basis. So to see an inverted really raises that risk of recession up into that. I think we'll probably see it in the mid to high twenty percent. For March at if it remains at these levels, and that doesn't sound like a slam dunk, but that's high as far as probability index goes above. I think twenty five to twenty eight percent, it's it's almost a slam dunk. At least according to history that you do see a recession in the next twelve months. I believe it is. So at least you're absolutely right. Everyone is watching that three months tenure very closely. Will a close inverted? I don't know. But it's looking pretty grim right now. It's interesting. You mentioned the Bank index Katie w Bank index and we've seen that across the board of if you have the right pressure with a net interest margin, which is obviously a key driver for these banks. But also the the week capital markets activity. We saw weak fourth quarter capital markets coming into the banks, and then UBS warned of a very tough first quarter. So it's really tough for the banks to make any kind of case here. Yeah, I agree. And from sort of macro standpoint, I think it's hard to make a really bullish case for the stock market writ large when the banks are are week like this again, you're looking and they might be down eight to ten percent on the week. I mean, that's that's a nasty turn of events for banks. Even when the general market rallied yesterday. So there is a lot of pessimism here. And there's a question is it too much especially because right now. Minutes ago. He got US existing home sales data showing that it surged nearly twelve percent the fastest pace the biggest gain since twenty fifteen. I just raising a question that perhaps things aren't as bad as they seem depends. What you home in on? Right. Exactly. I mean that is definitely a bright spot those home sales data, and that was sort of like two seconds because it hasn't been for the month prior. Right. Right. So maybe some of these lower yields are working their way into the real estate market, which would be. I mean, I think we obviously everyone was kind of bracing for this nasty. I quarters worth of data any sign that you see that it's bleeding into now into March data and further I think it's sort of definitely offsets overwhelms that impulse to buy because the fed is on hold. It goes back to that initial kneejerk reaction. He saw after the fed meeting which was to sell stocks people taking well, what does the fed? No, we don't. No. The answer's probably nothing. But, but it does make you wonder, you know, with the fed on hold if the data's still keeps coming in week. It's enough to make you nervous for. Sure. That's I mean, we're still looking at a stock market. That's up thirteen percent year to date. I mean a blockbuster year so far so it's kind of this pushing pull it's not too surprising. See some volatility, I think if you look at the you can look at the fundamentals two ways the economy and the the companies in the stock market, and then sort of the investor fundamentals and with unemployment as low as is job growth good. You know, there's still people willing to invest Michael Reagan. Thank you so much. Michael is the America's team leader for Bloomberg markets live giving us a sense of what is going on in the equity markets coming up, Mary Barra. The CEO of General Motors. We'll speak with Bloomberg anchor. David Westin about the company's new. Investment in Michigan. So the auto industry remains in focus as they continue to make investments. Both in the us and abroad, but certainly focused on. EV and just making investments in the US to continue to drive I think growth in their core business now, let's head over to Nathan Hager ninety.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The thanks that show we're mr fix it tom things on wtmj mr fix it his back to saturday it's march twenty four thirty two degrees hyphen as can be thirty eight to be cloudy days some win some flurries partly cloudy still windy tonight down to twenty eight a little cool tomorrow thirty nine at the lake at forty four inland again thirty one degrees at wtmj fix it show on the danny clayton tom phasing it's here petco and hausky district sales manager briggs and stratton yard power you guys were doing the old time stories during the break you're talking about supports the the old stuff and i worked for allis chalmers wow yes that way back in the seventies and then as simplicity was a part of allis chalmers flynn that's bad so that's history so what's new because there's always something new with you guys well i better get this right because my boss john manson's listening so what's new for two thousand eighteen we're always trying to approve the product and i like to think of a piece of equipment such as lawn tractor or zero turn i like to think of it as a car it's got an engine it's got a transmission it's got breaks and you want all those systems to work together and not give you any problems and maintenance maintenance maintenance change your oil change your oil oil filters your air filters check your tire pressure charge your battery but the critical thing the critical critical thing is don't use old gas because you're going to create a repair bill and of course that makes the shot back at olson's go crazy you know eighty percent of our repairs are due to bad gas but the technology that we're offering like we have a variety of fuels that you could buy from briggs and straighten that have a long shelf life up to two years you know people talk about stable and seafoam and things like that but the critical thing is when you buy gas for your lawnmower this spring make sure that you're gonna use all of that fuel in forty five days or less are you will have issues i can guarantee it.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You know what's in it okay you don't get to talk to you guys a museum at work a milan weather today but i am a longtime met fanjo round your age i have one question for both you guys 'cause i know you're smart how in god's name could them that's fine on soil rogue 'let's blow sign him get norster all they did was not designate him for or non tender him as the proper turner that's the only reason these back is no guarantee going to be on the team i'm not overly concerned by way of our so smarter would be room for the jets metson such true so i'm not that smart they'll give us too much credit police father manhattan but our you what's up uh i'm the press because i just wish should see you you know go down the yankee rotation and the cost tile met rotation it's a joke you've got a guy you'll have the decency than a guy who destroyed himself on the mound and five months and you've got three tools that have never made it to the end of a season and the yankees three guys in the myers weighing in chomping at the bit to get agreed and he's never made it to the end of a season i mean you've got that's true hobby you know three years ago was a decent pitcher and then you know almost inexplicable is current until uh i don't even know what the co eighty word is bad but you know what zach wheeler finish the season to twenty four thirty two stairs so we forget that i don't think you're describing it very well i think both rotations have their questions bought he brought up a very good point about something the yankees have horses on the way up there right now the mets have won horse that may help them this year from their farm system owes walt i don't mean roy right and that's pretty much it for you to good here's how it would be great for the foreseeable future and the yankees could potentially see a bunch of young on the ground was better the.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A lot of extra memory so i'd say minimum sixteen gigs and you'd be better off with twenty four thirty two i'd say let's shoot for thirty two that's a lot of ram and by the way most laptops you can't get that high in another that's another read other argument furnace town i also now there's an interesting question of which is more important the cpu the intel chip or the gpu the invidia or a md eighty eyes chip in there the radio and it and it with both photoshop and premier they use a combination of both in most cases you will only used to cores at a time of the sea of the you don't need to go crazy with a sixteen core cpu i i think that's overkill but in other words you don't need is eon you probably be just fine with that i fiver and i seven i don't generally recommend i sevens in laptops situations because they're thermally constrained they can't run at full speed is there's too hot but on a desktop you can so probably you're going to look at it i seven that will be a at the probably a quad core with eight threads that's more than enough for anything you're going to be doing okay uh and then you might want to get a gpu not every function but some of the functions of light room photoshop and premier will use the gpu i think chiefly for things like gas he in blurs and trans coding the jeep you can come in handy now you into nine becky dealt a couple of those many years ago but nowadays i would be more to looking at purchasing them in buildings there is no advantage to building it and there's many disadvantages you don't save money the only vantage is you get exactly what you want and nowadays you can spec most computers at directly with or h pierre the lenovo uh and and you you know a little bit about how was put together the disadvantages who you're gonna call if you have a problem if you build a yourself you are the one you call that's not libya furnace right so i would say certainly i would look adel of their uninspiring but they they work quite well don't turn your back on gaming machines there are some very powerful gaming machines out there i just bought an a sousse ouro g.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Very same thing they also are giving a thousand dollars to their workers as well certain ones because of what's happened with this tax bill passing so there you go record passage and it really is a wrecker pass passage because they haven't had any tax overhaul since night team eighty six and the big changes are individual and corporate taxes individual provisions would expire by the end of 20 25 tax reform would increase deficits of course one point forty six trillion over the next decade there are still seven tax brackets for people but the rates are changing the new rates our ten twelve percent 22 percent twenty four thirty two thirty five thirty seven the standard deduction has been doubled so for single filers it would be you know it has it would increase two from sixty three fifty two twelve thousand for married couples filing jointly it increases from twelve seven d or twelve thousand seven hundred rather to twenty four thousand the personal exemption is gone so that's you can't do that any longer the child tax credit was expanded so that doubles too and there's the new tax credit for non child dependents like elderly parents so that could help a little bit anyway for some the temporary credit there's all kinds of i think new revelations that either will help or hurts you're or you'll have to figure out what it is you can still deduct a student loan and by the way none of it would affect our next tax of course they wouldn't because the new laws would first come in and twenty eighteen there's no way they could do for 2017 and then people that are business owners will try to figure out what does that mean what does that mean for them um what's what can they write off from what camp they write off in all the other kind of stuff um the individual mandate on health insurance has been scrapped so that's a big deal to just some broad strokes on what it means and the meantime what all of that is happening government shutdown trying to avoid at all that stuff and what happened with taxes and what does it mean then trying to figure it all out there's time for for.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Spring and so that's kind of the unknown is is it going to rebound we're going to have more people jump in next year or are we going to have a you know are we going to have an inventory level going into the two thousand eighteen spring market the are that we've never seen in history and what that would actually do the market would be pretty up pretty unusual maybe as we as were gone through the show too i pulled up a little cheat of that new tax bell as well for people obvious it's can affect a pretty unusual maybe as we as were gone through the show too i pulled up a little cheat of that new tax bell as well for people obvious it's can affect people who own real estate thinking about buying real estate and scott one thing i saw that that the first thing that they mentioned on and has at its lowering individual taxes setting the rates at zero per se ten percent twelve twenty two twenty four thirty two thirty five thirty seven and then the other thing that i wanted to mention is that they're increasing what they call the standard deduction to roughly double the amount of what you earn each year from taxes from sixty typically so for the sfor dependence it's going from sixty three hundred twelve thousand roughly that's the first so basically the first i think twelve thousand or twenty four thousand dollars that people make sounds like would be would be income free boca so make sense yeah that make sense you like that i do like that that for that's the part of it that i do like and again we've got a lot of stuff we're talking about people are battling cold orlando video you guy.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Up twenty four thirty seconds for a yield of two point eight three percent and also the 10year moving higher by eight thirty seconds for you'll do 237 percent so people by not long end of the treasury curve but they're not buying the short and which leads to further yield curve flattening they been a lot of handwringing in the past few weeks about what this indicates about the economy and interestingly we got some economic data earlier today that showed that producer prices were actually increasing more than people had expected a and yet that did nothing to sort of puncture in friendly accelerate zamaliah accelerated inflation we're gonna get producer prices dust reproduction retail sales as well as a new home sales i believe this week so we'll get a little bit of a deeper look in the economy a match should be a clarifying dave i'm wondering how much the move that we are seeing today is tied at two diminishing expectations of congress passing some kind of tax bill while you you do have to wonder whether people were really anticipating that or not i mean it's that easy sort of fallback position to say well it's all about let's cut the corporate tax rate get it down to twenty percent and then be happy days i suspect people are a bit more sceptical than that and you have to bear in mind that there's been a backdrop of corporate earnings it's been helping stocks regardless of the tax situation so why can argue that people might look ahead and seeing some positive it's just a question of of how rosy the glasses might be at this point said also might just be prudent a prudent moneymanagement i mean you have the nasdaq is up nearly 25 percent year to date the sp 500 has posted a fourteen and a half percent increase in the dow was up nearly eighteen percent and if you take a look at a specific stock like walmart i know we're going to speak later on about walmart the shares a walmart or up more than thirty percent so far this year so people are just being prudent taking some gains and going to pay their taxes gino it's weird there is a bank of america merrill lynch november fund manager survey that came out this morning it was really notable to me first of all average cash balances fell to four point four percent from four point seven.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Little bit different with the 33 or extrapoint jacksonville twenty three to seven over the bengal and brad powers you were talking a little bit about that again bortles twenty four thirty two hundred fifty nine yards so again short her media passes just one touchdown uh ivory seventy yards on the ground again another guy you know in the backfield that can deliver and again the defense you relying on a defense that's just all over the dangles kroft actually the relieving receiver to receptions for seventy nine so when you don't cj green and the reason is he got ejected but he wasn't doing anything anyway one reception for seven yards the i'll say this about jacksonville guys is no this is a team gus bradley that was very much underachievers and we look at what tom coughlin doug wounded and kind of making an example at a leonard for net gain time scratch for reasons of possibly missing a team photo in treatment this is scott coughlin's footprints all over it this is going to be disciplined football team and we're going to sit are star player for not falling the rules they're building a culture here jacksonville is different than we've seen in the last decade this team is a serious contender now with some of these injuries uh to take ownership of the uh of the self and the afc uh as a looks like with andrew look on for the year with the shawn watson for the texans gone for the year this is probably two men raced dissing the tennessee titans in the jacksonville jaguars thought division yeah i like stuff like that and you know you could say all thompson your old school dutta listen discipline like guys i cough on any any joked about at the old giants teammates joked about it if you've got to coffins meeting five minutes early you were ten minutes late a for it's the way he was so you know when if leonard fornet things just because he played it lsu and he's friends with.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"I still have a battlefield two somewhere yeah never actually played that i'm sure there are websites on the internet where you can find the like i so file for and on cracked battlefield too in other news the invidia gt x ten seven eti looks to be taking the fight thank you are technica two rx vega 56 at four hundred and fifty bucks specs of this thing actually looked for a twenty four thirty two could of course eight gigs of gdr fives the cheaper gdr five ninety five x two hundred fifty six gabites like memory van with okay cool and it is yes over o'clock 'cable so you will see customdesigned coming from partners like a sousse so yeah the the rumor as i i'm happy we very clearly pointed out as being a rumor of yes being not over cordoba was not true yep that was made very clear in a press release yep there's some funky stuff going on though from source ryan show ryan science throats here's lars larson told us virpi perspective sorry man yeah ryan shrout there there's some funky stuff going on apparently partners are not allowed to been their gpus but off the record some board partners assured that they will be bidding gpus so that's going to be interesting the other rumor is that partner kearns will not be over clocked out of the box so be up to the end user to over klokot so what this looks like to me is invidia making if all this is true is invidia making an effort to avoid cannibalising ten eighty i guess because this this cards spans being able to overcome of laura i forget that like this things got five hundred more kuta course than the gtech cents on is much much fatter gpu drastically to thick you know thick the kids say rate teach icc yet ninety do they spell it or does is it just implied thick no they say thick but if you're typing it out like through yes messages of these tjc c k y.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Financial crisis head one way that the fed stabilize markets and gave the economy a boost was by purchasing a massive amount of bonds both mortgage backed securities in us treasury bonds that kept interest rates lower for all kinds of loans including home mortgage is but now the fed owns around four trillion dollars of these assets the catch a cell all that back into the market without causing big problems but officials say the economy is strong enough that the fed will soon start to reduce these holdings the fed and anil let's say though that the process will be very gradual so that it doesn't create a shock for interest rates or the economy chris arnold npr news manufacturing fell in may the commerce department says factory orders dropped a tenth of a percent the second straight monthly decrease and that was more than economists were expecting activity is slowing as crude oil prices moderate an auto sales fall and factory makes up around twelve percent of the us economy alstreet into the day in mixed territory the dow was down one point at twenty one thousand four hundred seventy eight the nasdaq up forty points at sixty one fifty the sp five hundred gained three points to close at twenty four thirty two this is npr news from washington from kqed news i'm tara seiler cities across the bay area size surge in illegal fireworks displays last night despite law enforcement efforts to crackdown kqed's alex emslie reports calls about illegal fireworks were flowing into major city emergency dispatchers last night oakland dispatchers reported a backup of more than hundred fireworksrelated calls it eleven pm as of wednesday afternoon opd was still totalling fireworks calls in responses same was san jose police the alameda county sheriff's office fields one hundred and fifty calls according to sargent ray kelly deputy cited eight people it really like trying to stem the flow of band of the beach shoes no way we can act up with it in oakland city councilman says this year was the.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Traffic weather and business reports this is wbz news radio 1030 boston wctc news time four he gene paid degree in boston ended up live rodriggs here's what we're seeing in the wbz newsroom north korea's leaders justice country will conduct more tests joe what has nucleararmed muslim get hit anywhere in the united states pentagon says the icbm the north just tested was a type not preview firstly seen by us analysts in central may three people are killed four wounded in the town of madison gardening killed by police county sheriff says the investigation is the home of where neighbors said there had been a party and fireworks on the board the july wall street while the dow closed in the red today down one point twenty one thousand four seventy eight the nasdaq was up forty to close at sixty one fifty and the sp 500 was up three twenty four thirty two in other news now you a service member from alaska has been killed in southern afghanistan were sad to report the death of army private first class hanson be kirkpatrick aged nineteen of was sylla alaska navy captain jeff davis says the incident happened earlier this week while american troops were uttered operation with afghan forces he was killed monday in helmand province afghanistan to other soldiers suffered nonlifethreatening wounds us military death said injuries have been rising and afghanistan with american troops working more closely with afghan partners as the taleban fighting season intensifies saga remain godley at the pentagon to belgium's are charged with terror related offenses federal prosecutor's office says the charges result from mm several rage that were part of an investigation that was not linked to past extremist attacks in brussels and paris there are calls for a louisiana lawmaker to apologize and removal video from the internet and which he stands inside a gash gas chamber at a polish deathcamp lobbying for a strong us military i'm deborah rodriguez cyclone the.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Regarding the june with those for minutes because as you mentioned a divided federal reserve policy committee could not reach agreement in june on the timing of when begin shrink getting its massive balancesheet according to minutes of the meeting several preferred to announce a start to the process within a couple of months according to the minutes quote some others emphasized that deferring the decision until later in the year would permit additional time to assess the outlook for economic activity and inflation little us equity market reaction to those minutes the sp five hundred index higher by three now to twenty four thirty two that's a gain of one tenth of one percent and right where the sp was heading into those two o'clock release of the minutes dow industrials little change swinging between gains or losses up half a point now it twenty one thousand four hundred seventy nine nasdaq the technology rally continuing today with nasdaq up forty one points to sixty one fifty one a gain narrow seven tenths of one percent the 10year up five thirty seconds yield two point three three percent tony dwyer as equity strategist of canaccord genuity at on bloomberg television this morning he told us the bowl has more room to rise were at least years away probably two to three years away from a recession and market typically peaks about eight months prior to recessions i think making a case that the bull market is near and while it makes sense senator ratio basis that has nothing to do with what causes a an actual peak crude may major story today down three point nine percent talking about west texas intermediate crude down of dollar 82 a barrel to 45 25 we have got to gold hara by two twenty beyond two twelve twenty one that's a gain of twotenths of one percent again though repeating our top headline fed officials divided on when to begin the balance sheet unwind don charlie pellett and that's a bloomberg business flash thank you ever thought your listener markets on bloomberg radio.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Slash open tech but those talks pulled back dragging the s p 500 from a record after a week report on retail sales feel concern about the economy federal reserve officials forged ahead with an entrance straight increase and additional plans to tighten monetary policy despite growing concerns over weak inflation thing racer benchmark interest rate for the third time in six months the dow industrial average rose forty six points a quarter percent to close at a record twenty one thousand three hundred seventy four sp five hundred down two points a tenth of a percent at twenty four thirty seven the nasdaq fell twenty five point four tenths of a percent enclosed at sixty one ninety four west texas intermediate crude oil down a dollar seventyfive of barrel three point eight percent to forty four seventy one spectral down five dollars twenty sense he answer twelve 63 forty 10year treasury up twenty four thirty seconds with a yield of two point twelve 56 and that's a bloomberg business splash already carolyn curry this is your bloomberg real estate report i'm to these pellegrini people are doing a better job of paying their mortgage on time that's after default rates peaked in two thousand nine in twenty tenant the highest rate since the great depression frank know taft his chief economist at core logic can create now for the most serious if the lincoln borrowers are the lowest certainly seen in about ten years and no tough says there's an even more promising development a group of card homeowners who from falling one month behind third delinquent cohen too low level that we report quoted super league january of two thousand good karlovic says delinquency rates are lowest in matches like denver seattle and portland wear.

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"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"twenty four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Five eighty four a barrel on wti that is down two dollars thirty five sets brent crude down down three point eight percent to forty dollars ten twenty sets stocks higher they have been fluctuating as banks of grand saaf said and got round in crude oil jassem p five hundred index up three to twenty four thirty two that to gain of one tenth of one percent dow industrials up forty one a gain of two tenths of one percent nasdaq up fifteen to six d to ninety you're getting also with twotenths of one percent gold now down ten fifty beyond two twelve eighty six to drop of eight tenths of one percent and as we mentioned crude oil down four point eight percent what about washington pan the markets prime belskis chief investment strategist at below capital markets and on daybreak america's this morning he spoke with tom keene think people are still having a really hard time trying to to digest how much how much work actually they're going to be doing with respect to politics because quite frankly a couple of weeks ago we had the headlines of impeachment marco's now two percent and now we've been up since them so i mean what are we doing here so i think what we're doing here is really focusing more on stocks verses trying to focus on all these headlines because it's really fiery ready reports what's happening right press so let's by good companies tom let's get through the summer let's get some things done in washington's move on from there and right now we have got the s p again recapping up three to twenty four thirty two gain near of twotenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett dan it's a bloomberg business flash issue are charlie pellett with a bloomberg business news fast the fed our brought.

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