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"twenty six cents" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"I lead with that because what a beautiful morning. Likud back in the studio mister. Nice guy areas. That is bad day off. He's back he's ready to go. I feel a lot better. I think i'm slowly recovering. I haven't walked in two days so i'm good. He has brought gifts though for us. Now we don't know what to gifts are but he. I watched them before the show walk and put something under most people shares. Yes everyone has a gift. But here's the thing. Don't get excited. It's gonna be the best ever. I just think this is like being a basketball game under your seat and see what you want and then look at the envelope. There's something there guys. So where are they in our our spots under your desk so who goes first. Let's start with you all the same or different now. They're all different so during my walk. There's a lot of things that i found on the side of the road and this one bones reminded me of you on the side of the road side of the road. Since you're a world traveller breaking bobby bones bear grylls and you have your cdl license. I found a license plate for you. And it's from a truck. He found me old license plates truck. Somebody's license and i found that we could look it up. It's this is a real gift. it is a gift from the road. All right amy reading he picked up trash. Okay hey amy so. I was walking down toilet paper from someone's butt into bristol. Virginia i walked by softball field and hit a bomb. Because by the road was a softball and i was like amy was like an all star softball player back in the day. This played all stars in the summer. It how old were you like. Fourth fifth sixth seventh eighth grade elevated yours. That's what i'm saying. I played third fourth fifth. I played all those grades. Why didn't you autograph it. The big walk of two thousand twenty one. They're still time. I can do that right now for the show after the show them. Okay nice and my hand makes you wanna play lunchbox. Thanks and then so. Have you ever get on lunchboxes instagram. He likes to find coins on the road guys. I didn't find a of coins. But what i did find was twenty six cents. Let's this on the side of the road lunch box. And i thought of you when it's on dancing back with the crappiest guests got the best twenty six cents and that's not saying much built it up like this is going to be some crazy gift before we went on the air. It's just a little something. Nobody even email me going for everybody i did. I didn't even know who else morgan number two can found. Probably the biggest nail in the world. Look at this. And that crazy. And since morgan number to nail down the whole web on the videos to you get that i feel like i might get like a staff infection from the resting heart rate. So there were guys. There's a lot of litter out there. Lot of litter but one and anytime i saw like a can or something. I'll pick it up and throw it in the car and then throw it away so ray look under your desk what is it i mean do. I even need to open. This might be the worst of all an empty white clock guys while i was out there. All these reminded me of you guys so there are more mementos from the trip. Here's what did you want a magnet with your name on it. Yeah no that's funny there. You go guys. well now. We're all angrier at eddie play ball. Throw this far as i can as far as you can. Yeah i just wanted to chime it angry at everything in my mind right now. I could probably throw it really far but i might hurt my arm. Well we're glad you're back. Glad to be back now. We have to all this. Who's keeping their gift for. Sure there you go. I guess. Ray you can recycle yours as much as i made fun of it. It kind of specialty during your walk actually just hit me. I just wait. I'm going to go to jail. It's that time of the morning. Let's open The mailbag pain alien. Something bobby bounce. I've come to notice a my boyfriend. Likes to stare at attractive women wherever we are if there's woman who has generally attractive he's going to be looking. I know that the intentions are harmless. And he's not looking to cheat but him looking at attractive women obviously makes me feel less confident in myself. Tried to explain to me that if you had a perfect car he's still going to be looking at other attractive cars. God in analogy look at other attractive women even when they claim. There's is the most attractive. i just think. Find your person attractive. The urge shouldn't be to stare at something else. Thanks emma email. Because i do feel like. He's doing wrong in by letting her see him stare like that's wrong. It makes her uncomfortable. You have to respect that relationship and not do it right. If you're by yourself stairway. I don't even think steerings creepy i think steering is just creepy anyways created the person you're staring at anybody like walks behind his wife so that she can't see him but again this falls under. Bobby's gory like you. Don't want you to do this in front of your wife. You don't want your make your wife feel uncomfortable because she is number one in your life. She's number one so first car. You can play him this right. Hey bra you can't stare first of all don't stare anyway. Secondly she doesn't like like your woman does not like this so it is up to you to respect the relationship and not do it when she's around if you're alone and you wanna glance and be like wow pretty hot well he's pretty hot. Whatever it is that i understand. Don't be a creep. Don't do when she's around boils down to yeah respect. Yes yeah what would you say to her. And then i would say this. Well i would say the more you practice not staring. These will get not to stare because clearly. He's a terror and that he just feels comfortable doing that and so he needs to un unlearn the steering because it probably just what he does. He doesn't know any different. I think it's an uncomfortable conversation that must be had. Yeah hey guy saab staring. When i'm with you at least respect me if you wanna like look occasionally whenever i'm not with you i get. It guys are going to do that by the way you can say. Whatever all guys picks guys are gonna look not looking but you're going to look at a cool building or a car to kars. We can look at guys to like. I look i think got interested in looking guy like my ripped up if he's wearing a t shirt and you can't bill in you just know rippling out there. There's no threat because you're not sexually attracted to the same thing and the same thing. He's now he's doing. Hey buddy you're doing wrong right if she doesn't want you to steer don't stare she's going to look. Don't look that's the end of your ship at home and so much more important than whatever jollies. you're getting mentally. If she says it's fine. Look question that sometimes women say the exact opposite what they really mean. Yeah which is confusing. Because sometimes it's the exact opposite's the exactly what they want and now it's so confusing. And so he's in the wrong. Let us say that. He's in the anyone agree. Anyone not agree with me. Okay cool he. He's in the wrong and he should also tell you he's never going to look again and never look again lying. Hey what if he just really didn't know it was like i'm telling you. I have high hopes. Maybe she could help train them and you know we do. The dog shot caller here. So she shocker on him and every time he stares jocson so therefore she trains him not to look into that means every time he looks when she's not around he's still built in exactly two he needs to retrain his brain because he's clearly just allowed this to be this natural thing and it's rude you right. He is wrong. Go handle your business all right. Close up the mailbag. We've got european family. Now.
"twenty six cents" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"On some level admit it feels a little disingenuous to have digital ocean included tour of the cloud series here because there's a strong argument that it is not a cloud. It's someone else's computer now. There's that old saw. There is no cloud to someone else's computer which you may as well to spend with. I'm very intelligent. It great you have made a point. That doesn't actually change anything and is not going to make anyone like you or agree wholeheartedly. With what you're saying good for you. You are the specialist person now here in the real world. The rest of us have work to do. But it is a cloud in the purest sense. Where i used to work in data centers i've been in the environments were. Oh we need a new media server. Great we're going to expedite this so it'll be here in six weeks. It takes time. It takes capital expenditures. Unless you're doing some zany lease agreement deal. You have to clear space for it. Make time to go to the data center of someone else. Do it for you get it. Provisioned get racked. Lose four hours because you forgot about the cable. That wasn't working properly and put it back in the din. The not there it is again and it becomes an unfortunate process mass where now. It's oh. I wanna test something happening at two in the morning because i can't sleep for whatever reason usually baby related and i'm going to i wanna spend something up and test it. Well great i can do that. I can spin up a node. Install something on it and discover a couple hours later That didn't do what i thought it was going to do. Oh well never mind. Turn it off turning it off. His key cloud economics and my total infrastructure costs for that is something like twenty six cents for the experiment. Conversely theoretically if i ever break character and come up with an actual good idea and it becomes something that has legs a sass product or something that twenty six cents investment at the initial infrastructure size could at one point theoretically grow to become millions and millions of dollars a month like a lot of a hyperscale successful publicly traded. Companies are but the fact that i have access to this type of doing and rapid prototyping and interational on the same type of infrastructure with the same technology basis that i would responsibly incorrectly. Run a very large very professional bank on top of that's powerful. There's no crap too good infrastructure transition here. And i want to be clear. I don't even it to lotion through that light. Either at some point. If i were doing this on top of digital show which is not a terrible idea i would have to go ahead at some point realize i've outgrown much of the platform and it's time for me to migrate somewhere else. That's more capable. But that's there's no shame in that and trying to say that i've never. I've never going to build something. On digital ocean as a direct result of that itself inherently becomes a early optimization. That's not helpful for anyone one thousand percent and again like from an economic standpoint. I mean let's let's let's face it. There's what i pay for. Coffee is way way more on a monthly basis than what i do on digital ocean. And if we were to ever you know have gazillion users on the application. That that we're using then great. But i would never go i would never reach for any of gdp or aws for azure for like. I'm just going to mess with this. Because i already predict. I'm going to spend way more time dealing with the stuff that they need to use in order to get the thing. That is the entire goal of whatever. I'm doing then i would be than actually doing it. I think that it's difficult for me. Even at the scale that. I'm at where i have. Customers in aggregate spent billions of dollars a year on aws. I don't know if any of my clients who spend more on. Aws than they do on their own payroll. The people who work on technology are always more expensive than the technology itself. Unless you're in a very strange very interestingly structured company like if you're a very small sprout up where you're basically just started take a salary or three people and your data science company. Okay great review have that kind of data storage. Their data bites impediments. And you're paying yourself below market rate. Okay you're an exception. You're also generally not of the scale where i'm consulting with you folks but by the time you actually build this out and become a quote unquote big company. That changes that inflex massively. Yeah i would be concerned. If digital ocean's transition to a public company would be influencing seems probably. It's almost almost certainly true that they're investors out in the world of the market. Don't have some way of looking at one cloud provider versus another amundsen. They probably just all lumped them all together and so maybe that's why they're marketing their their nudging directions that at least initially smell. Like.
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"twenty six cents" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"I'll try it up said dude. Well i'm trying to get everything settled here before. I actually do my final move to toronto. One of the things that i'm doing is basically taking care of my mom and setting up all our technology. So hopefully it'll stay together with duct tape. And all that. Until i can visit for christmas and all other types of things and one of the things i needed to do was get her a new tablet because she had a very old android tablet that she used to read and whatever around the house so i did some research and i looked at the big samsung ones. That are out there as expensive if not more expensive than ipads at this point but one. That isn't is the all new amazon fire. Hd ten inch tablet ten point one inch ten eighty p full hd thirty two gigabyte latest model twenty twenty one released black without lockscreen ads. Because why would force my mom to watch more ads. One hundred eighty four sixty six cents including tax. It's a solid piece. It does everything that my mom would need it to do. It's great and it's like a quarter of the price of an ipad air. Well yeah and ipad air if you just got the regular ipad. Ten point two inch ipad wifi thirty two gigabytes space gray. That would be three hundred and sixty four dollars and twenty six cents okay. So it's half the price of your little less than half. I know this. Because i had my nine point. Seven inch ipad pro around forever in. I remembered long ago that i offered it to friend of the show fogarty and i took it down to san diego and i gave it to him with all the cases which cost ten times as much as the ipad itself. Did in the the apple one pencil then. When i came home i realized oh shit. That's the ipad. I use on my teleprompter on the screen. Yeah so. I ordered an ipad. Ten jack by thirty two gigs space gray for three hundred and sixty four dollars and twenty six cents including tax should about a week. Look i i would never use a fire. I'm addicted to my ipad. But my mom is not in the apple ecosystem at all And it does everything that. She wants to do. Easily because she reads kindle. She listens to audiobooks. She'll be able to watch your officials from amazon pro. It is perfect. And if if you're not in the i in the apple ecosystem it is a solid good tablet and it's cheap. It's funny. I had a bunch of the fire. Tablets seventy eight. And i ended up giving them all away to people when they came over. I gave one to my friend. Jason sanderson was flying back to europe. And he's like. I got nothing to do for the whole flight. I'm my here. Have tabby the sad thing is i. Don't think you could get it all connected and download anything before it went. So he had a tablet that you could probably solitaire on for ten hours or twelve hours. But yeah i mean they feel cheap most of the plastic thing. It's not it doesn't have the heft of an ipad but they work they actually do work so for one hundred eighty four bucks for a ten inch tablet not bad not bad at all man. I recommend it also. Something else is out and being reviewed now the apple. Tv four k review. Twenty twenty one. This annoys me because i haven't app. I just bought an apple tv. Four k twenty twenty and it does not have the new remote. Why did you buy a new apple. Tv why didn't just by it. I bought it a couple of months ago for toronto. We needed something over there. you know. They're okay protect man get a roku and then just launched the apple tv app. That's the best way to do it. I should have done that. But i didn't anyways The review is basically like this is great and they finally fixed the remote and Apparently i can just go get the new remote for sixty dollars now. Thanks apple yeah or you could just use the apple remote app on your phone for free. Which is what. I do because i still have. I have an apple. Have an apple tv. It's it's the one right before they came out with the four k with the the you know the remote from hell but now that i've got the apple tv app side like on my roku. It's literally collecting dust. It does nothing that the the app doesn't do. So thank god for that. I got the zoom pod. Track podcast recorder. You don't have enough things to record podcasts. At the moment well. I'm doing that show on adorama and in doing that. There's a bunch of stuff that i want to test. They're sending me a bunch of stuff but this one. I wanted to have for me. Because i want to test this and i'm going to test it on this week's show so if you go to twitter dot tv slash adorama. Xp on wednesday at five pm pacific eight pm eastern. i'm gonna do Kind of a side by side of the the attract p eight and the road. Caster pro because There are definitely some differences there but The pod track p eight is four ninety nine and the road pros five ninety nine. Which is i mean. 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"twenty six cents" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
"Howdy dole. This is whistle. Ishmael kelkar market update for tuesday night and wednesday morning. Twenty six. the may another heartbreak and corn futures. Twenty three to thirty seven cents lower july twenty two gay fear. Cal futures room to roam on tuesday. They closed an average of two dollars and seven cents. Higher from thirty five cents higher and spot may two dollars and fifty five cents higher by the way the decline in corn was tied to quick planning progress and crop development forecast rain and chatter about more corn acres asked for live cattle futures. They closed an average of thirty cents higher except for unchanged to an average of nonsense lower and three contracts support included lofty wholesale beef valves and resurgent front month. Lean hog features choice box. Beef cut out. Value is two dollars nine cents higher tuesday after name at three hundred and twenty nine dollars ninety cents one hundred weight select was eighty seven cents higher at three hundred and four dollars and twenty six cents negotiated cash fed cal. Trade wobbled from the blocks with slow trade on light demand in the southern plains nebraska and the western corn belt according to the agricultural marketing service although too few trend there were some early life sales at one hundred nineteen dollars. Mostly one hundred twenty dollars hundred light except for one eighteen in the western corn belt early chris sales nebraska word one hundred ninety one dollars. I had just one trend local weekly auction with any sort of volume to share it. Press time that for ozarks regional stockyards at west plains missouri. Where their forty. Two hundred and fifty head on offer steer castle to four dollars. Higher wall heifer calves traded from lower to two dollars higher yearling steers and heifers sold two to three dollars higher major. Us financial indices softened tuesday after early gains the dow jones industrial average closed eighty one points lower the s and p five hundred closed eight points lower and the nasdaq was down. Four point total pounds of beef and freezers april thirtieth or six percent less than the previous month and five percent less than a year earlier. According to usda's monthly cold-storage report frozen pork supplies rope one percent from the previous month but down twenty six percent from last year stocks pork bellies. Were down three percent from last month and down fifty eight percent from last year so total red meat supplies and freezers were three percent less than the previous month and seventeen percent less than the same time last year for the record way down on the other end of the aisle total frozen poultry supplies were down slightly from the previous month and down twenty percent from a year ago as noted in cal- kurt at the beginning of the week although april feed lot placements for twenty seven point two percent more than the same time last year when the pandemic disrupted numbers they were one point one percent less than two thousand nineteen according to usda's cattle on feed reports. That reality was likely behind the new reaction in fear cal futures to start the week. What's more david anderson extension. Last doc economist with texas a and university says he'd love placements during the first four months of this year are one point nine percent less than the same months in two thousand nineteen further anderson note compared to two thousand nineteen white. Wait placements were up. That heavier placements were down. So drought forced placements are probably responsible for some of the increased lighter placements and the report. Dr kelkar market update for tuesday night and wednesday morning. The twenty six the may. This is worse ishmael. Thanks for listening..
"twenty six cents" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
"How did all this is where ishmael with spanish edition of your kelkar market update for the late weekend and monday morning third day negotiated cash vic cattle trade was a standstill in the southern plains. Colorado through friday afternoon according to the agricultural marketing service elsewhere trade was mostly inactive on light demand with too few transactions trend for the week live. Prices were steady to two dollars lower in the southern plains at one hundred eighteen two hundred nineteen dollars hundred light wanda two dollars lower in nebraska at one nineteen to one twenty two dollars lower in colorado at one hundred nineteen dollars and two to three dollars lower in the western corn belt at one. Nineteen dress trait was one to two dollars lower in nebraska in the western core belt at one hundred ninety. Two hundred ninety. One dollars fit cattle. Prices have been disappointingly stagnant so far this year largely pressure of ample feedlots applies says daryl peel extension livestock marketing specialist at oklahoma state university in his weekly market comments. He explains fed cattle price. Improvement is expected in the second. Half of the year but progress has been slower than expected due to residual effects of pandemic disruptions and the february winter storm. He adds that fed. Prices are expected to be higher year-over-year for the remainder of the year mostly when compared to pan democrat these prices last year but also due to improving fed cala market fundamentals as the year progresses continued increases in wholesale. Beef is help live. Cattle futures mostly advanced friday despite the weeks of nemec cash trae and another surge higher corn futures which upended fear cattle once again live cattle futures closed an average of eighty seven cents higher on friday except for three dollars and forty seven cents lower in expiring april week-to-week. Not counting recently minted away october. Live cal futures closed mixed across a broad range from an average of eighty five cents higher and five contracts to an average of thirty cents lower as mentioned surging feed costs continued way on cash calf and fear capital markets last week in his weekly market comment. Andrew p griffith agricultural economist at the university of tennessee. Note the considerable that existed just two weeks ago has vanished with two consecutive weeks of sharply lower cattle prices at auction markets across the nation fear cattle features close an average of a dollar and forty three cents lower on friday from a dime lower at the back to three dollars and twelve cents lower toward the front week. There are an average of dollars and forty seven cents lower from a dollar fifteen lowered the back to four dollars and thirty one cents lower in spot. May that's an average of six dollars and sixty four cents lower over the last two weeks also. The cme fear cattle index was two dollars and twenty three cents lord week to week on thursday at one. Thirty four thirteen while fit cal. Prices have softened griffis is the primary driver of lower feeder. Cattle prices is the increase fico's to reverse course he says corn prices will have to decline week to week on friday. Corn futures closed an average of twenty nine point nine cents higher through the front six contracts eighty four point six at tire and spot may in his weekly more comment. Aaron smith crop. Marketing specialist at the university of tennessee explained the dramatic increase in prices for corn wheat and soybeans stem from reduced and limited inning. Stocks drought concerns both domestically and in south america strong export sales and domestic demand. According to smith the dramatic price increases will likely bring additional volatility over the next couple of months as markets attempt to decipher potential drought impacts and strength the demand however he adds the overall price outlook remains bullish for corn soybeans. And we wholesale beef. Values continued to climb last week choice. Box be cut out. Value is two dollars and seventy four cents higher friday afternoon at two hundred ninety six dollars and fifty cents one hundred weight. Select was three dollars and twenty six cents higher to eighty three zero five week to week. Choice was twelve dollars and seventy three cents higher and select was up ten dollars. Ninety cents for perspective griffiths says choice box beef. Prices increased nearly twenty nine percent and a month and a half. He explained the beef production. Update provided last week suggest. The price increase is demand-driven with demand from restaurants and food service as the economy begins to reopen as well from grocery stores gearing up for memorial day. Weekend griffith adds that prices should begin to soften for beef but shouldn't greatly influence cattle prices in the near-term major. Us financial indices closed lower. Friday apparently pressured by profit-taking more than anything. The dow jones industrial average closed one hundred and eighty five points lower. The s&p five hundred closed thirty points. Lower and the nasdaq was down. A hundred nineteen point. Frustration among cattle producers continues to mouth as wholesale beef prices escalate while fed cattle prices weaken and the run up and feed costs pressures caffeine feeder cattle prices economic fundamentals. Explain much of what's happening. If not the magnitude more cattle in need of harvesting compared to existing slaughter capacity means packers have the period keep in mind according to various reports much of the capacity loss to the pandemic last year. Return with extraordinary speed however measures imposed to protect workers means post pandemic capacity is less than it was before if drought forces lots more casta town in bunches. The challenge will grow more. Packing capacity in the form of new packing facilities is currently in various stages of construction in different parts of the nation. I don't have the numbers to tell you. How much capacity. Or how much will address. The current imbalance one cal- current listener called me at the end of last week. I know him. His is one of those in the business for generations. He's a solid thinker innovative progressive as they come and not given to buy into the fiction. Some toss roundabout packer conspiracies. And all that he wonders why producers don't create a check off to fund construction of more producer packing capacity never minding the monumental raw cost challenges of building and running the packing plant the notion of producers taking more control of their economic fortunes at the last stage of production is hard to argue for my money those producers who put up the money and took the risk the start. Us premium beef proved the possibilities if you're unfamiliar. Their vision began in nineteen ninety five by nineteen ninety seven about four hundred and fifty calcat producers and calif readers made a financial commitment developed a business plan and purchased a minority interest in what was then farmland national beef at one point. Us premium be was the majority owner of what became national beef. They still own interest today. In essence these producers purchase shares which not only gave them in the company annual dividends and whatnot but at secured them delivery slots for cattle aimed at the value added grid. They created in some ways. From what little. I know of it. That sounds like what producers notre business interests are doing with the recently announced sustainable beef llc packing plant to be constructed at north platte nebraska. Anyway building more produce room packing capacity is one listeners. Idea what yours if you have ideas you want to share with calico listeners. Please email them to west at capital current dot com..
"twenty six cents" Discussed on The Frug Life
"Welcome to the freak life. Today i wanted to provide another update on my income goal. For those of you don't know the goal is to make five hundred dollars a month unrelated my employment an unrelated to my investments. So i'm going to share how my progress was. For the month of february my top earner for february was from weeble. I got nineteen dollars six cents and this was from a sign up. Bonus if you'd like to sign up for renewable as well they'll be a link in the show notes. You'll get two free stocks when you deposit one hundred dollars and two stocks. I got when someone signed up using my link where. Adt worth about nine dollars and fifty three cents. And i got two of them. That kind of came in at the last minute and helped me out a lot towards my goal but nowhere near enough as you soon. We'll see next. I had eleven dollars and sixty four cents on credit card points already explained the methodology on that last time after that i made five dollars and seventy one cents from click worker and i also actually made two dollars and twenty eight cents from mt and i wanted to talk a little bit about 'em turk in this episode 'em turkestan's for mechanical turk and it's a service done by amazon and the name is actually very clever as it's a reference to the turk or the mechanical turk or ottoman chess player. The mechanical turk was a machine constructed in the eighteenth century and it was a master at chess. It beat many skilled people at chess including benjamin franklin and napoleon bonaparte both very intelligent people so how in the eighteenth century did they create a device that could beat people at chess. While the answer is they didn't the machine was a hoax. Behind the box was a man an actual chessmaster controlling the turk. Now what does this have to do with. Amazon mechanical turk. Well it seems like magic in a sense that you give these jobs to amazon and they do them for you but there's no fancy automation or computers behind 'em turk it's just ordinary people. I think i've spoken about amtrak before on the show and frankly it's not a very good way to make money as you si- only got paid two dollars from it. The average user on 'em turk makes about two dollars an hour which is not great. There are a select few people that make a lot more than that using some automation and using some other tools to help them find the projects that are worth doing but for the average person. I say mechanical turk is mostly a waste of time now. I went slightly out of order. Because i wanted to put click worker in mechanical turk together because they're similar in nature. Click worker has little micro tasks that you do for money. The tasks on click worker are pretty simple though and are good to do while. You're doing something else next. I got three dollars and sixty three cents from an app called eight. What i did was just promote some like socially conscious brands on instagram. And got money for it which was great. The app kind of has an update and doesn't seem to do much of anything now. I could just be misunderstanding. So i'm not sure what will happen if you sign up but you could try so i got three dollars from it. And lastly if my math is right. I only got twenty six cents from ads on my blog. And if you do all the math on that that turns out to be forty. Two dollars and fifty eight cents for last month. This is a pretty far cry from the five hundred dollars that i was aiming to get but this is just the beginning of my goal right if i was achieving right from the beginning. I don't know maybe it would have been a goal. That was too easy all right. Let's take a quick break and we will be right back all right and welcome back so there is another thing i want to mention to you and that i have some twenty twenty statements on the blog about how the podcast is doing more specifically with a bunch of analytics on my viewership numbers and by viewership. Of course i mean listenership. Because it's a podcast. But also the demographics of those listeners. Also i do have actual viewership on the blog itself. There'll be a link in the show notes or you can just go to. Www dot the frugal life dot com to see that you might find it interesting. I am sometimes surprised by the international. Reach the show has while i'm here. I thought i'd give you a short update on my real estate search. I don't remember where. I left off last. But the property i was looking at i wasn't able to get and so now i'm back to square one looking for a property. I'm also thinking about trying to find some properties that are not on the mls the mls. Is you know the big site. Where all the realtors find properties so we will see how that goes all right. Well thank you for listening to today's episode of the fruit life. i hope you enjoyed. I'm not sure if i'll keep doing monthly updates like this so let me know if you enjoy it and i may all right. Have great week and stay frugal..
GameStop, AMC End a Wild Week
"It's been a roller coaster. Ride for game. Stop an amc stocks this week and shares shot up again today. After some brokers loosened restrictions they'd placed on trading game stop. An amc both bounced back more than fifty percent closing at three hundred twenty five dollars a share and thirteen dollars and twenty six cents a share respectively. Meanwhile broader markets were down for the day and for the week the dow and the s&p five hundred each fell more than three percent their sharpest weekly decline since but the nasdaq had the worst week of all three indexes down three and a half percent our markets reporter kanatani has more. This was a weird week for markets. Maybe one of the most bizarre weeks we've seen in quite some time because while there was a fair amount of volatility in the overall stock market. All of the attention was really just fixated on a handful of stocks that have been just absolutely ripping higher. Thanks to sort of promotional campaign on social media So things like game stop. Amc nokia blackberry. You know really businesses that a lot of people have thought about seriously in quite some time. I'm they've all been doing incredibly well. And that's been in large part due to this sort of social media campaign we've been seeing on places accredits wall street beds and on tiktok and and on twitter and you know of course. There was a lot of drama involved with that. I mean even in the last forty eight hours we saw increasing number regulators and lawmakers expressed concerns about brokerages installing some trading curbs briefly and there were questions about whether what was going on. Rented a amounted to market manipulation. Questions about whether what we were seeing was a sign of just you fauria and potentially dangerous for the broader market. So i think it's going to be very interesting to see how these developments continue to play out in the next week because it has only been a couple of days and in a sense We could see a lot more developments unfold.
Get ready for Apple's first $100 billion quarter in history
"Site ran part of a note. From bernstein research analyst tony saginaw gi. Who no surprise is still pretty. Suck unagi kind of crazy. He is actually up to his expectations and a pretty big way. But he can't help the whole e or think pulling parts of his note. We are raising our first-quarter earnings per share estimates to a buck fifty three and fiscal year. Twenty twenty one earnings per share to four dollars and twenty six cents due to higher iphone. Asp's a weaker us dollar and better mac and ipad sales worth noting their earnings per share estimate of a buck fifty three for the december quarter higher than morgan stanley analyst. Katie hubertus estimate of about fifty yet is stoked and he is saginaw. Unagi quoting his again. So what's next on one hand. Our analysis indicates that apple outperforms sixty five percent to eighty percent of the time in the near term when revenue revisions or positive on the other hand opportunities for upward revisions for fiscal year. Two thousand twenty one estimates are likely to be more muted post. This quarter second. Quarter and fourth quarter. Revenues are typically seasonal. Apple will be staring down a very strong ipad and mac comparison in the second half and it's unclear. If next year's iphone cycle will offer compelling new functionality. Second doggy stays neutral on apple with a market perform raiding his price target on the company's shares as one hundred twenty dollars those shares closed thursday at one hundred thirty six dollars and eighty seven sense.
"twenty six cents" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
"Your cattle features gained again on tuesday. Although forecast just increased year-over-year domestic red meat and poultry production. Usda expects per capita meat disappearance to be less coming up on your couch audi dole. This is west ishmael with your kelkar market. Update for tuesday night and wednesday morning. The twentieth of january negotiated cash fit cal. Trade was a standstill in kansas in the northern plains through tuesday afternoon according to the agricultural marketing service elsewhere craig was very limited with very light demand and too few transactions trent fear cal futures extended gains tuesday helped along by software corn and soybean teachers fear cal closed in average of dollar forty four cents higher except for seventeen cents lower bought jan. So that's mainly an average three dollars and forty six cents higher over the last. Two trading sessions live cattle futures. Mostly edged lower though down in average of twenty six cents except for from forty five cents to a dollar fifteen higher in the front three contracts choice box. Speak up value is two dollars and forty five cents higher through tuesday afternoon at two hundred seventeen dollars from forty not since hundred weight select with sixty cents higher at two..
How Tech Companies Are Changing The Way They Price Things
"Chances are you've changed the way you spend your money. This year from the tech companies have noticed everyone from apple to amazon. Zoom has been experimenting with the way they price their products to try and entice and keep customers joining now to talk about. Some of their strategies is our personal columnists nicola wedding. Hey andy cole. Thanks for being here. We're going to run through the specifics in a minute. But i want to start by asking. Why look at tech. Companies pricing moves this year. What are these decisions. Tell us about the company's cigarette question. I was curious about whether or not the economic downturn prompted by this very unique pandemic would prompt companies to consider new pricing models. Or in what ways would test traditional pricing schemes. And the reason why it's unique is because economic downturns sometimes forces prices down until in this case. No one was flying into some flight. Prices went down some airlines offered. Buy one get two free seats deals. But in other cases prices went up because grocery van was higher because supply chains were in disarray. Because operational costs were higher for places like restaurants so is really interesting. Look at how companies are reacting. To this unique time i think we often think about economics and pricing models as firm that nothing is new and that there are no real experiments and pricing. But the truth is when there is a moment like this one. Nobody really knows how consumers are going to react. And so in a way a lot of these companies conducting experiments and we saw a lot of companies. Take some different approaches to that. So let's run through some of the examples we saw and we'll start with entertainment reminded us how hollywood adjust in the world of closed movie theaters. Obviously it was a huge hit. Two movie theater industry because being locked in a closed room for two hours isn't exactly cove friendly disney to interesting approach. It launched disney plus very recently and that was probably a saving grace for the company because there are lots of areas of the company that were not doing well like parks for example and mulan was. One of its biggest blockbusters this year to two hundred million dollar. Movie is the remake of a classic. A favorite of mine and they decided instead of releasing it exclusively in theaters which is normal to charge thirty dollars for early access to milan with called premier access and it was an interesting move because they were going to charge thirty dollars which is a pretty high price for streaming service as an add on to what you're already paying which is six ninety nine month for disney plus and offer that early access for three months and then make mulan apart of the larger library in december for centrally free included near subscription. So kind of just charging the price that it would cost to go see the movie at the theater but from your couch now. Milan might be a bit of an anomaly. Because of a number of factors including concerns over where the movie was filmed which was in a part of china where the government has been accused of committing some human rights abuses but batted mind. How was milan received the gamble. Pay off it fell flat. Most analysts say because of two reasons one is because there was a lot of controversy around the filming location. The ceo admitted this himself. And the second reason is that the price is really high and instead of framing the premier access price as discount for disney plus subscribers so they could have charged forty dollars for non-subscribers and thirty or twenty five dollars for subscribers to make feel like. You're getting something out of it. You know a deal. The church this premium price too subscribers. So milan didn't quite work out. It sounds like but is this something that streaming services and entertainment more. Broadly make testing. Interestingly disney's biggest rival one of disney's biggest rivals warnermedia decided to release. Its entire twenty. Twenty one slate of films included with hbo. Max not opting for the premiere pricing model and disney's next release which is pixar soul will be included in the disney plus subscription and not as premier. Add on. so you know that sort of indicates that move london. Do super well for disney. But i do suspect that if we are staying away from movie theaters well into twenty one well into twenty twenty two that they will try this again for another blockbuster release maybe with a lower price. Got it okay. So let's move on to apple. They released ton of new products this year and played on what you have dubbed the. Goldilocks effect. Can you tell us what that means. Goldilocks refers to a good better best pricing strategy. So this means you get three options or three buckets of options that represent sort of like the budget the mid tier and then the expensive model for those who have a very high willingness to pave the latest and greatest features apple for a long time has released new models one or two and then discounted previous models older models to sort of represent that good better best strategy so the budget option was always like last year's iphone this year. They released a record number of new iphone models so five in total and actually the budget option is a new phone. That was released this year. So i think what that says about apple said moving forward. They want their entire lineup their new lineup to represent more pricing tiers to appeal to wider swath of people so even those who are willing to spend just a couple hundred bucks at a phone can feel like they're getting a new iphone sort of expanding their addressable market. And as you mentioned. This is a tactic that apple has used since long before the pandemic but is there a reason sort of doubling down on this in a year like this one. Yeah you know. One of the pricing consultants. I talked to says that more pricing tiers kind of a protective measure for some companies apple is a premium brand so they can get away with selling a multi thousand dollar iphone in during an economic downturn but the lower end iphone. se. That's just a couple of hundred bucks you know. Three three between the four hundred bucks allows them to keep the customer that has a tighter budget in their brand. And hopefully that person will upgrade to a more expensive iphone in the future got it and in a similar pricing move. The fitness company peleton introduced another more expensive stationery bike and lowered the price of the existing model by about three hundred fifty dollars. So what fa logic with this move. Eso not exactly good better best because two tiered pricing system. A lot of economists called this committee classic price discrimination where someone who has ohi willingness to pay more features will pay for the very expensive two thousand four hundred ninety five dollar by plus with all the bells and whistles and those are just starting to get into a stationary bike gang but really wanna peleton are willing to pay the eighteen ninety-five price. This one research paper. That i discussed in the peace looked at this williams sonoma case where two hundred seventy five dollar. Red baking appliance wasn't selling at all and then williams sonoma a more expensive model and then the cheaper model. She sales doubled. So you know. Peleton may have been drying from this classic case here we. We don't have exact numbers on its performance but in earnings calls peleton was very bullish on. It's cheaper model and said that it would continue to be its bestselling bike but what happened is during the pandemic people were more willing to pay for premium equipment because it was replacing their gym membership. And so wait times for this. Newer by plus are now up to ten weeks and wait times for the cheaper bike are know almost half that that time so it seems like maybe peleton should have priced. They're more expensive by maybe even higher or maybe they're less expensive lake even more affordable. So i think that brings us to the fourth big pricing strategy. We saw which is this trend of companies dropping walls and generally making more of their product or service accessible for free. You just right into some of what we saw there. Yes so early. On in the pandemic a lot of companies were responding to this very sudden turn towards work from home and being online and not really being able to communicate with with other people in person so zoom for example lifted their forty minute limit for k. Through twelve educators eighteen other service providers lifted data caps. Comcast made its network of xfinity Wifi access points free for everyone. You don't need comcast subscription. The list goes on and on what they're sort of taking advantage of is the fact that free is great advertising and free something really miraculous to our brains. Were very persuaded by zero dollars. There is this very famous study of students who had the choice between a one set. Hershey's kiss or twenty six cents lynch truffle and when given that choice most students picked the lynch truffle but when the researchers lowered the price of the hershey's kiss to free and the lynn truffle to just one cent below. Even at the price difference was the same. Most students opted for the free. Hershey's kiss so free has a very strong pull on our psyche and these companies. Think that in offering free services they spread goodwill but they also increase the amount of people who are using their service and the thinking is that potentially those people will pay for other things in the long term. so nike is a good example of this. They made their are trading club app. Free the premium subscription cost some amount of money to be able to work out with their very chiseled very good-looking trainers and These trainers are wearing like clothing. And there's a short cut in the app to buy nike apparel and so in making the free They're able to sell more naked goods so they're actually making it free permanently. Yes that nike move definitely worked on me but i wonder aside from that. What is the business case for this option. I think i'm still a free user of zoom for instance which is not making them any money. As far as i know we have seen some indications at this early working for some companies zoom was extremely well positioned to do well this year but in making their service free they got more people acquainted with the service and they started rolling out new products like this new pricing page for people like trainers to charge for zoom sessions. And so i think if you're used to using a service you're more willing to hand over your credit card to that service and their revenue shot up. You know something like over three hundred percent this year year over year that may have something to do with the fact that zoom was like the premier video conferencing tool that we all leaned on but also has to do with the fact that they have a really robust free tier that allows most people to use the service without paying for for extra stuff finally we have subscription model and it sounds like the grocery delivery market is a good example of this. Yeah so home. Delivery exploded this year. It allowed people to stay away from grocery stores which all of a sudden became dangerous activity and Walmart really capitalized on this moment by offering a subscription service It's called walmart. Plus and it includes free unlimited delivery from local stores. The thinking is that it pays for itself interest deliveries walmart says. What's interesting about this example. Is that you know. Walmart really rushed this program out and so they had very scant perks and the program cost ten dollars a so that easiest comparison the laziest comparison is is tames on prime which on top of free unlimited delivery offers you know this giant entertainment bundle free photo storage etc etc until i think it was is hard for people to justify the price between walmart plus and amazon amazon prime. But we don't have numbers for walmart plus yet and it may very well have been a success and walmart plus and amazon prime aim to do the same thing which is try to make walmart or amazon the default shopping choice in her mind and i think walmart plus is a good way for walmart to become more salient in people's minds. And let's just break that down a little bit more. How does the subscription model actually work to create sort of a stickier relationship with consumers. Yeah other examples are dash pass. Switches door dashes new membership tier which lowers delivery and service costs for its customers. These companies are trying to keep switching costs high. So you want to feel like the more you use this service. The more you safe if you delivery cost three dollars typically for every order the more orders you deliver the more you squeeze out of that thirteen dollars. A month subscription so they're trying switching costs high and trying to increase the willingness of customers to buy without thinking are those are the five strategies we said at the beginning that this is sort of a big experiment. So what are the takeaways here. Are there certain hypotheses that are clear winners and losers will i. I think one of the the clear winners is definitely more pricing options for customers. That said can self select into whatever tier. they're most comfortable. Paying and that maybe premium pricing wasn't the right move but the truth is this pandemic is to go on for several more months or potentially another year and Pricing changes all the time and in the course of my reporting the story had to change multiple times because the prices kept changing perks. Kept being added onto bundles into it. Seems like companies are still trying to figure this whole thing out as we all are very enough all right. Our personal tech columnist nicole new. Thank you so much for joining me.
"Hello there and welcome to project business basics designed to give you the tools to make smarter financial decisions whether we will to learn something brand new or just wanna refresher on some basic. There is a place for everyone on our show. I'm jennifer and i'm your voice Today were win. Be talking about a concept that we've briefly mentioned before and that concept consists of what are known as the greeks to the greeks before but today we'll go a little bit more into detail about some of them. So first of all even are the greeks so the greeks are related to options and what most of them will tell. You is the rate of change of an options price. If you'll recall with an option we had a stock expiry date a strike price and whether the option was the call or and then the price that the option was trading at and a lot of people who trade or by sell options to then the price that the option can be bought or sold. That is very important. So these greeks than our would tell you as the trader or the person involved in the transaction. How much option price is going to move. So let's get started. So there are five different. Greeks were willing to talk about in. They're all called greeks because of their names the first one we're going to discuss his delta. In the greek language delta is symbolized by trying with delta delta tells you that for every one dollar increase in a stock's price the delta value. Then we'll tell you how much the price of an option will change. So let's say for example that we had a delta of fifty cents and we were using the stock t mobile as an example so right now t mobile stock is about one hundred twenty three dollars. And let's just say that a call option with a strike price of one hundred and thirty is currently priced at seventy six cents per contract. So we're told them that. Delta is fifty cents so then let's say that t mobile stock price sometime in the future and keeping all other factors constant so cetera paribas that sometime in the future t. Mobile stock price is one hundred and twenty four dollars so it moved up by exactly one dollar so that means that the one hundred and thirty strike price call option is now worth fifty cents more and we know that because of the delta value so seventy six cents plus fifty cents means that the one hundred and thirty strike price call option is now worth one dollar and twenty six cents so delta then tells us how in options price moves based on changes in the stock price. Now let's look at data so few remember with options options also have a time to kane them that the closer you get to expiry the either more or less valuable the option becomes depending on where the stock price is relative to the strike price of the option. So theta is symbolized with an or a circle with a horizontal line running right through the middle. So let's say that t mobile stock price is one hundred and twenty three dollars and the same situation. The one hundred and thirty strike price call. Option is currently worth seventy six cents for example sake. Let's say data is negative. Twenty five cents. So what does that mean will remember right now. T mobile stock price is one hundred and twenty three dollars so one day waiter exactly one day later will keep all other factors constant so t mobile stock price is still one hundred and twenty three dollars. The stock price didn't change so delta isn't involved so the only factor that has changed here is time the time to expiry and because we're now one day farther into the future data tells us that the price of the one hundred and thirty call option is going to go down by twenty five cents so seventy six cents minus twenty five cents means that the one hundred and thirty strike price call option. One day later is now worth fifty one cents. Okay now. let's look at wrote so rowe explained to us the relationship between interest rates and then the price of the option. So let's say right now. The current national interest rate set by the federal reserve is right around five percent in right now in reality. It's nowhere close to that but just for examples purpose will save for that right now. The interest rates are five percent and ruined. Use the same situation with t. mobile's one hundred and thirty strike. Price call option. That's worth right now. Seventy six cents then tells us that for every one percent increase in interest rates than. That's how much the option's value increases so for example row is twenty cents so interest rates go from five percent to five point. Oh five percent which is a one percent increase in. This is sometime in the future. Then row means that the one hundred and thirty strike price call option is going to be worth twenty cents. More so seventy six cents. Plus twenty cents means that the call option is now worth ninety six cents and that of course assumes that all other factors so time decay and then delta so that's the stock price that we talked about earlier stay constant or balanced out by each other.
Verizon pulls 2020 revenue view as it loses wireless subscribers
"Reported it earned one dollar and twenty six cents per share and coupon on revenue of thirty one point six billion dollars analysts had expected revenue of thirty two point two seven billion dollars in earnings of one dollar and twenty two cents in the quarter Verizon Sixty eight thousand subscribers missing on analysts expectations of effectively flat subscriber growth. The company maintained its capital expenditure guidance of between seventeen point five billion eighteen point. Five billion dollars as it continues. Its Five G. Rollout for rising media advertising revenues. Were down four percent on a year to one point.
"twenty six cents" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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A Run Through the Top 10 in the Market for 14 April
"Let's talk to who the market rotten down to a quick run through that talk ten. So what have we got right now? Do we look bullish at the moment? I mean that's the question that I'm being ASTA. We going hired Craig. We Lo well. Of course I don't have a magic crystal bowl but what I can say is that right now. We still have a highlight. I would have loved to have seen. Us push on and carry on through after the eleventh of April Cannell brought to the outside. I don't always get what I want. And in this case I didn't I'd love to see us. Get above seven thousand. That's not far away but not just about seven thousand but to push above that seventy six fifty rain where there is a little bit of all support electing resistance at the moment. That's what I'd love to say. Where are we right now? We'll have a look at the daily. Yesterday we saw a rejection. We saw low at sixty five fifty five and then we saw close at sixty eight forty so he did say roughly three hundred dollars turnaround from the lies to where we actually Close Down Point. None of a percent yesterday said not a not a big deal really beyond the scope of things as it stands that weekly candle. It did las way to break the law but again the Marcus looking very confuse rotten on big. Comi closed yesterday down a point. Nine three at six thousand I had an forty eight dollars currently with just above that six thousand eight hundred fifty four dollars under theorem now very similar sort of pitcher a beautiful. Dial the uptrend did. It'll get still there. It's just not quite as cyclically beautiful as you know yesterday a guy you know we saw move of one point. Three seven percent to the downside. Does that wreck the trend? Does that make this bearish? The answer is no. It doesn't wreck the trend. The answer is no. It doesn't make this bearish. We need to see Momento. The downside before really become more bearish wrought now. There are no transmitters suggesting down so as far as I'm concerned there is no short tried survivable when there's no short transit via one or two things left as an uptrend to annoy trend at the moment we have an uptrend. I'm still quite strong. Bullish on this one fifty six ninety seven and we're not looking too bad at all today a big day except God. We do have resistance in nineteen point eight cents We close down yesterday. Point nine three percent we closed. I ten point seven currently eighteen point Same sort of thing. Of course many of these markets we all still on a daily uptrend today as the show. Its true colors as to what we going to yesterday. Bitcoin cash so a pretty solid declawed. A full percent. It was closing at two. Twenty three and seventy cents went out to twenty four hundred thirty cents about point seven percent in the first a little bit of trade for the die that upturn is still intact time with also base. It didn't get the lawyers the high so it's very much intact down. One point seven six percent yesterday at the close of one hundred thirty seven. It's county at one. Eighty nine an up point four percent just as we start the day's trading a lot coined. Look it's still on an uptrend. It's not the greatest about trend and it's sort of following very closely to what you used to do which was followed Bitcoin to be fair. It does that quite frequently. It's doing it's a guy and we are yesterday down one point six percent with the closure forty one dollars and twenty six cents forty one dollars thirty nine cents as I speak to you. Ross now okay from the altitude. Awesome forty five cents Point six today yesterday. Will DOWN TWO POINT. One seven percent. That high alert is still there. The trend is to valid. Oggi's I wanna see that pop hearts a died. Bonyads was the real winner yesterday. It actually closed off at five point two three percent. That was the The criminal trial of states are the twelve hour from Saturday. That is performed very very wealthy members. I am a self so pretty happy with that at the moment was sitting at fourteen dollars and ninety five cents down half a percent but you know we caught a relative you know given that we did see very strong. Drive up with love to sit push above that sixteen dollar mark No say in fifteen fifty getting a high a high to go with that high low on the daily. That'd be really something Special Godana with three point three cents. It's up one point one percent. Yesterday it was down I only away. Bit The point non of percent. We close it to a three point. Three two cents. Nothing watches speak of just yet today with a theory of classic yesterday once Guy. Down two point. Five percent with closed. Five dollars and nineteen cents. Well today where point six percent already at five dollars and twenty one is fairly saw but does have more upped would swing what would trend The many of the other shots at there as well. It's just not quite perfect just yet roll up finish on Toronto. Laugh percent today at one point. Two six cents. Yesterday dan point seven one all of a sudden not a great deal going on there with tron. They uptrend is still in motion. Let's see if we can get this pushing too. High highs man already want to say the trends were so cyclical when we got good trade. We make money. And it's not that difficult to do with the written checklist so really important
"The market's doing well not as much as I may look down three point two percent on bitcoin. Right now we're that much you know. It's not a disaster we haven't seen Things get really dicey yet What am I kidding? My eyes out for well. I'm just watching this right now. On the daily estimates the most important most important trend out there at the minute. It's some. It's quite interesting because you know we. We do have a little of the low high around that ten ten thousand three hundred region but this one coming off ten thousand now the one that we should've said the last couple of days today. Sorry Lost Twenty four thousand twenty four before so you can call it forty eight. It's it's it's more significant to me it. It's not just one candle is pretty moved back up there. It's also tested ten thousand. It's a it's it's a significant level Bitcoin there's a lot going on around. This region does feel very much like a tug of war which everyday between buys and cells. But it's it's very interesting to see Simply because you know if we don't say it hall and we we push on and then today's Canada of that being ninety. Five hundred on the nose If the low of that Kennel becomes I hire low and we breakup through that loss. Two Thousand Ten thousand three hundred. Then we are in tiptop shape we will be looking super super duper but if we don't if we don't break up through that region and will eat break down instead of new law which means trading below ninety three hundred. Then what have we got? We've got a daily downtrend and not. That's a bad thing for the long term view of Bitcoin. Because on the weekly I'm talking about getting back into Hunters is out of the out of the question at all so we still got you know. I eight hundred dollars to go for that. But it just delays that fo the upside. I'd love to see momentum continuously upside simply because we have seen a little bit more than we have seen more market participants dromey have seem mainstream media pickup bitcoin again. What was above ten thousand? It'd be really nice to Cape those punches as combinations going to one to one to rather than a you know list ring. Ding will sit in the corner for of the wall and white for that. Move to to come up guy so it's a really interesting point to be in. The markets trading was on not really looking that much minute if anything a march if it was to set up and there's nothing that's really really close to fitting everything that I want to say but if I was to take try it would more than likely be a small trade shaw if I if I was to be convinced by the shots. There was something so dramatically. Good that fits my rules. There was a standout at target. That's the sort of thing I'll be looking at the Taika saw from that. Not a great deal of interest right now so we're all well ninety six fifty three on Bitcoin. Death three point one nine percent if they're him it's actually not full percents Hang in there. The manager stain that the trade that I took a couple of weeks back by but about one dollars so still with that still long and If I get stopped at all it's for very good profit. Some not too concerned about that but rather stay of course to sixty four forty seven down four percent on Alexa pay will is getting close to break into a lower than bitcoin. We gotta get down through twenty six cents for that to occur right now sitting at twenty six non down five point four percent. Bitcoin cash had a pretty serious self at seven percent. Dour three forty seven dollars. Ninety five cents bs down six point seven six percent at two hundred and seventy six and sixty six cents pre sideways. Bitcoin has been for quite some time now. Lot coin still a long long way to go for lot. Coin to look bearish to be fair on that deadly. I'm talking about a low high. So a high low of sixty six tonight cents and with currently seventy five seventeen to a long way to go for that to turn into a down trend on the daily side looking pretty strong at seventy five seventeen down six percent. Today
Is It Alt Season?
"Course when we say Bitcoin TYCO fleet. We often say the also go lower BITCOIN does demand Will often command to begin or fast. Move it just sucks up a lot of that money. That's coming in now of course when big twenty's going song and slowly pulling back like it has forbid Waco sign now we do see the have have the opportunity to run and of course this has been cooled all season For Years Gone Bar you. He didn't get one in two thousand and nine two dozen nights and got a couple of bits and pieces two thousand seventeen. It went absolutely jazz crackers. But yeah it's It's really been interesting watching. This occurred because what what we used to say. We built the theory. I should say would be the bitcoin would take off and then people would than bitcoin into the ultimate ultimate tyke often we'd have this sort of swinging pendulum taught of effect back and forth back and forth now suggesting that's going to maintain its consistency going into L.. Through two thousand twenty at all. That's not my appoint not trying to make boy. Lam Sing is that this certainly is This certainly is I suppose. Some soclean the When bitcoins going as I've said for many many times in the past when Bitcoin guys saw tried the else will we saying that right now and I'm just GonNa have a quick look at the right now Against Bitcoin on the bond. Let's listen I mean there is a lot. That's over ten percent. You know he got I. On fourteen percent I end and ten would much bigger moves in that as well by the white F. Some raising trading shots being playing a little bit funny and not giving me everything. Elf Elf is up thirty percent. You know we've we've got. I think it was ice. Is that it was up. You know. Full episodes as the two hundred percent sent last couple of weeks. So there's certainly have been some very very big moves at in the markets now on not letting that affect the way that Ray democracy or the way that our tried tried on focusing on whiting good opportunities in the try those opportunities as a matter of fact on our sheets are the video yesterday at two members because you know there there was a cry a lot in the four out that that I did a video on it and I said I'm I'm not taking it. I decided at the time given the what was was in front of me that I was happy to leave. It of course took off the videos. Read your message around. Don't let those things affect your next decision. It's like Kinda have strides takeoff without you. It's carefully markets and they run without you being it's it's part of life so anyway A little bit going on out there mostly in the also bitcoin currently at nine thousand one hundred eighty. One it's in that daily cradles rotten. I'd love to say have a little bullish candle office. I nine thousand. That would be unreal on probably would look to well. Depends if I got convergence there on the daily or not but I would be very interested to see what went on there. We've got one hundred dollars and seventy eight cents. There are on a theory which down half percent and sorry. I should say that Bitcoin is down. I percents K down one point one percent never the theory. We've good that resistance assistance. One Ninety four thirty five in that region. It is coming up and I. I'm not looking for any long tries until I get through. That's buffet with resistance since fast-approaching it's not interesting for me to be getting in prior to resistance and that is exactly why I've left the tower cradle goat bought except they had a pretty good day. Talk over the top ten up three point seven percent. It's sitting at twenty six cents on the Schnauzer and a little pullback maybe on a four hour for cradle tried their ladies in watchlist. bitcoin cash has been caught for a few days. Now creeping along solid waste consolidating. It's a sitting three hundred eighty dollars. Sixty cents down one percent. The estate has been saw for good couple of weeks since his big move to the outside sitting at three point one one percent down at two hundred seventy two dollars flat lot coin one is one of interest to me on a daily time against the patrol. US dollars sixty seven dollars and seventy six cents. It's down two point six percent today on the out. Sorry it's actually the point seven five percent. Footballs and twenty three cents. Not a great deal going on bit of Crab Wilga Barnett's eighteen dollars and fourteen cents down one point. Full five percent sent another sideways market cow. Donna authors very strong move in the last few will the loss Wilson of the Israeli is a five point six cents down one point five six percent very solid wise. Is there a theory. Classic is down two point four seven percent on eleven dollars and forty cents and I got along on that the other day on the break yet which actually stopped out of loss. Not let's to losing trades into Roy if they wish to make a big a little bit. I'm not saying that I wasn't careful but I'm definitely wearing my next. Tried to be an absolutely stand at floors tried More than happy to tight losing rides. I just want to make sure that if I'm going to have a
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Uber shares skid as losses widen
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The Knot's Married Founders Tell All
"Right now I've got three wedding invitations hanging on my fridge I sometimes wonder at the people behind those cards the six people who are probably freaking out right now the caterer's the flowers the bridesmaids the group the venue the hotel discount for guests the hair the makeup the photographer the I'm going to stop because I'm starting to get stressed out and I'm already worried by the way fun fact the average wedding the average wedding in the US now cost thirty five thousand dollars in the planning four takes between nine months and a year so my advice elope and if that's not an option you will probably some point make your way to the not dot Com it's a multimedia platform that helps you plan your wedding and it's a big business than not is the center of immediate group now valued at more than half a billion dollars which is all the more remarkable because at one point during the dot com bust the not stock price felted twenty six cents but we'll get to that a little later when founders Carley Roney and David Lewis started the not in the late nineteen ninety s it was more like a chat room is a place people could pop into type in all caps is anyone else freaking out about their wedding planning well today the not says it's used by eighty percent of all couples planning a wedding which is also remarkable because David and carly's wedding was kind of a disaster actually met briefly when they were both Undergrad at Nyu in the nineteen eighty s they were both in the same thrown program but it wasn't exactly love at first sight well David was a senior and I was a freshman and we didn't really talk during it because two sentences in the entirety wow yeah because he loved kind of a super senior Snob to me did you buy with David Judy Notice Carly at that Oh you did already at that point but nothing ever came of it so after College Carleen David went their separate ways David got a job working get a start up in Philadelphia where he made video yearbooks for high schools and carly was a script reader for a movie director New York for few years later in the early nineties the both happened to be invited to a Christmas party by a former NYU professor and I remember looking across at this scooper people on thinking like unkind with the Pony tail why does he looks so familiar get a ponytail so you're like I don't know your late Twenties David at this point sounds Kinda just you're like this party and well actually I remember the doorbell ringing and hearing carly's voice and immediately better than she walked in to be lined with vodka and went to and said hey handsome what's funny is we ended up not with the premise of being back in touch with clearly there was you there was interest beyond bright or was it just super ernest like you said Yeah let's let's collaborate no I didn't February eight we moved in together in June remarriage oh my gosh you've jumped through this story so you you've gone from from ponytail party to being married like seven months later he the the irony that one of the starting ironies of the story is that I have divorced parents I never thought it was getting married I didn't believe in marriage I thought people just sort of like Jean Paul Sasha and Simone d'avoir be better to just be in love with someone maybe but have your own home just in case and then I met this guy Mike this is kind of amazing he's so amazing he lived in Philadelphia at the time and I actually then moved right to DC at that time the project at the Smithsonian and so we started this like long distance romance between Philadelphia and DC and I don't know if it was like some thing in the air or it was just like mad true love but one time we were sitting there and we were talking about taking a trip to Hong Kong and I said Oh you WanNa get married in Hong Kong just like out of the blue he said sure and I was like okay then let's get married wow so you go to your parents carly new say David I've been telling you about yeah we're getting married it will what's funnier is like I haven't told you about this Guy David marriages last exactly exactly what they said and in fact turns out and I never knew this they had sort of had a whirlwind romance and got married very quickly and ended up divorce so this was just like their biggest fear is playing out in front of them and you know because you're like young and spitting you're like you just don't understand mom and dad so you you guys get married and and how how how's the wedding what's the warning like so we were trying to look back at why was that we picked a date of July in DC we're where I am and it is a horrendously oppressive time of the year July in Washington DC is is a time when people leave on a roof opt-out side on a rooftop outside in July in Washington DC this is going to be your wedding day and really how hard can it be literally throwing a party for eighty fall like like what do we need we need a location we really didn't have a place in mind we figure we could find once we send out the invitations just said invitations were postcards from the National Zoo the head pictures of Panasonic sound crazy what just show up in Washington DC on this date view details when you're actually July tenth location DVD got you it was all kind of in the spirit of we're just gonNA throw this on party and they are actually community around us pulled together and that was the fun part about it my aunts who live nearby were like we're going to go get flowers at the farmer's market eh another aunt of mine was I have a friend who live who has a rooftop on the top of her building which is a block away from your home and then there's this Peruvian restaurant near us that we knew kind of served fun taps pious so we went and asked them maybe really just figured it out then over the course of three weeks it sounded at this point I'm kind of loving it like it's like the first original diy rooftop you know edgy wedding alternativa wedding and the only problem was that you know you're still watch the news those days to find the weather and we sort of turned on the news on the Wednesday before and saw the weather chart which included hundred and eight hundred hundred twelve it was climbing it was going to be one hundred and eleven degrees on wedding day what a hundred eleven degrees that the story just gets worse from there it's boiling hot our guest look like they're dying we had booked this venue the venues air conditioning had broken for trying to get the place cool and as we said it was like a beautiful Peruvian play Jason because we have a flair for the dramatic I thought that the most incredible thing would be if instead of serving the pie that we were serving behind the scenes if my my only horrifying part of my window was turning looking up and seeing my grandmother's face ace as they walked steaming plate of Pie by her I mean she was just horrified and this steaming fishy I mean he was like Oh my God this is such a colossal disaster everyone is so completely uncomfortable there's no air conditioning and really everybody just wants snow cones the hell out of there want and we walked away from that evening being like Oh my God I never WANNA do anything related to weddings ever again what a crazy industry why isn't it easier lies and their place to find this information just like yeah it was exactly all the things we thought would be horrible about planning a wedding war and so he slammed the door and never wanted to think about it again
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"Faces a charge of making terroristic threat and is being held without bond doesn't Channelview residents are suing over the placement of a pipeline that they say resulted in flooding of their neighborhood class action lawsuit says centerpoint energy enterprise products partners and oil taking partners improperly installed the pipeline back in twenty fifteen that's being blamed now for flooding and foundation problems lawsuit is seeking fifty million dollars to make up for property damage and loss of property value Nick rank of its newsradio seven forty KTRE gas prices around Houston keep going in the right direction for drivers you need to fill up dropping in Houston the average dropped five cents on the week two thirty five the statewide average dropped to cents of the week then your Brewster Tripoli Texas says that we're we are paying a twenty six cents more for a gallon of gas to last year at this time and with the end of the summer driving season the experts say the prices could go down even further Baylor college of medicine hosting us and symposium yesterday to present the findings of research that they've been doing on hurricane Harvey's immediate health impacts Baylor college of medicine Cheryl Walker says they asked about people's physical and mental health following the hurricane we thought it would go to tactical dioxin exposures in any of our cohorts but we did see for example high levels of exposure to pesticides and some other industrial chemical she said the study also found a big variation and exposure due to location Hey Terry stews time is four oh three Russia and China are taking their objections to a US missile test to the U. N. the two countries a basket the U. N. security council be briefed on the test of a medium range missile by the U. S. this week they claim the test constitutes a threat to international peace and security defense secretary.
"twenty six cents" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Wall Street good morning I'm John Tucker with your opening bell report right out of the gate U. S. stocks are lower the S. and P. five hundred troubling about five points right now the Dow Jones industrial average down twenty nine points that's down about a tenth of a percent but as the composite index down by eight points that's down a tenth of a percent this on a day when the spread between the two's and ten year yields of the US right now just above a three basis points and a key measure of U. S. consumer prices unexpectedly accelerating in July the kind of changes the calculus for a betting on fed rate cuts this year among the most actively traded shares of General Electric right now on two point three percent and trading at nine dollars twenty six cents he and the early market going and that is your Bloomberg business flash Tom a jointer think is so much richer cue the music now and we will for without question one of the artists so bumpers of modern financial history I don't even know where to begin with this and this is of course CBS and Viacom the headline from London Bela mad is to CBS and Viacom Mercer near deal after agreeing on price I don't spend much time in the numbers because their ephemeral to say the least let's cut to the soap opera ms red stone taking over from her father after splitting up the companies in two thousand six that didn't work out wants to merge the companies so that they can take the combined entity and dump it on somebody else like Verizon or Amazon is she still able to affect that if they merge I don't know that Amazon someone like that is looking to buy something like this business at the moment Tom I think the point of this merger is to give these companies grace had ability to compete with players like that voice of these companies in the traditional media space obviously when some of the red star and sleep these companies up in two thousand and six he didn't know what the media landscape would look like and actually had he kept them together these companies would probably be in a better position obviously so the idea is that they gain some scale by combining the okay it's a new quote you know the Michael Nathanson on this I get that who has the power in this transaction who is the bargaining position we're sorry red cent controls by companies as you know in a I does so really this is about her bringing together the two sides of an empire that they have controlled for long blocking her previously who has been blocking her was a CBS CEO Leslie Moonves gone he's gone so that's why they're able to do this deal right now in the last three days has been water torture I mean whose blood is red stone transaction so she can dump it on somebody else I don't know with this you can dump it on somebody else I don't know I know that she wants to do more emanate who's in blocking and obviously this is she has to stay out of these discussions as you know because they've got independent committees of the board that are set up so that members of the board are like saying no we're not doing this we got to come up with better numbers I don't know that there is a no win on doing this at this they just saying let's see what's the best number we can come up with okay been a lot of discussion on this ratio which they have now settled on the part of the discussions were about management teams and who was the lead what division and and show I know he was listening room veces number two will stay on and leave the CBS operations there was discussion around that because he's current contract ends in December so they're trying to get in a longer contract obviously you know he wants to be compensated for the contract that he shining all of these Hey how about that so all of these little things and you're right they should have taken this long really like these these two companies a controlled by the same entity right it should have taken this long and and we're old waiting in a what's so great about this folks and again this is a nebula and with this writing for Bloomberg news headlines CBS and Viacom are set in your deal right when they get done with this it's I guess you know I said the other day dinosaurs mating but as you say it's old media and how does it fit in I mean there's been the challenges of CBS news and I know CBS is the most watched and all that but the zeitgeist in LA and New York is not about CBS Viacom is it it's about sex your stuff like HBO guys you know game of thrones guys go over the net Flix how far behind the new new are these two groups well they are behind of course but CBS does have the straining product and they do have eight million subscribers of course it's I don't know that they can take on or they can in a in a meaningful way be a competitor to Netflix they just you know Netflix has won that game well we're women are they a competitor to NBC universal sure they're committed to it to anybody out there they're their competitor to anyone that has any entertainment product and you know the issue is that everybody's in cutting the cord well I think I see that how are they going to defend themselves against me to be fair here Mr moon was provided a shareholder return that was extraordinary do you do you would you presume that the company will have a C. B. S. vector of shareholder return or do they face the challenges of MTV Nickelodeon well if it isn't often a sense and they think that the company is going to be quite undervalued so there are some gains efficient holders that does what you want she said that that is one view of course what will help them by combining is that it just gives them some scales instead of trying to do battle with these players on their arm they have someone else that they've been able to team up with Anna does put together the most watched network with friends like Nickelodeon and MTV and paramount studios which undergo backage has stage quite a recovery so there are good assets in there I mean I I I look at it and this goes back to two thousand six folks in the the split apart apart here's just an extraordinary story as well what does CBS due in the autumn I mean what is their thrust is it to choirs and retain sports broadcasting is it sues Riske's redo it CBS news is it is it their entertainment product I mean what's the CVS plan forward it's all of those it's all of the above you know they if they want to be better competitors with that content to they've got you know this big the streaming service I mean that's what they're going to be focusing a lot on C. B. S. M. C. CBS all access all axis excuse me yes yes CBS all access so that's where the big focus is because you know we've got later this year Disney plus coming out apple's new streaming service coming out so much of the focus is that product and the bill and thank you for I guess give me a headache or my head spinning one of those two it's extraordinary writing without him and look is shown to be a a mad on CBS and Viacom extraordinary story possui I think it's beach side he'll get back and will do a deep dive on this with rich greenfield and Michael Nathanson and the others that we look to the soap opera to come to so property for me is the market what you need to know is this all come after what we saw for the last four hours the Dow up a hundred points as to be a thirteen the Vicks comes in a full stick twenty point zero six decidedly better feeling to the take but within the EM comes back weaker yen one oh five eleven now one oh five point four rate so there's some new ones is here the really really important gold was up fifteen gold up fifteen is now up six with a big sigh of relief except for one problem to send spread now under three basis points two point six two the whatever you could say about all the single statistics this study of the ten year dynamic with the two year his plunged down near curving version two point seven basis points point zero two seven percentage points on that important spread this is Bloomberg and now with the news in New York City years Michael bar Hong Kong airport hold to check ins for the remaining departures for second straight day hundreds of black shirted protesters staged a sit in at the departure hole meanwhile Hong Kong chief executive Carrie lam is defending police actions today after protesters prompted calls for an investigation into police brutality police operations could not be determined by someone like myself is outside the police especially when policemen have to mate on the sport judgment lamb warns that the city risks sliding into an abyss the nuclear explosion in Russia originally down played by the Kremlin caused the deaths of seven scientists and personnel it is the deadliest since Chernobyl Newark is the latest American city to deal with elevated lead levels in its water residents began picking up bottled water yesterday days after elevated lead levels are found in homes were city issued filters have been distributed months ago as part of an ongoing effort to combat contamination the EPA said a recent tests show drinking water in a few locations was still testing I for lead despite the filters.
"twenty six cents" Discussed on KGO 810
"He's trying to change the end of life. I guess sandy, I appreciate your time. Thank you. Michael. Thank you. Let's go to our telephone lines. Donna in Santa Rosa? Donna, welcome to the Michael program. How can I help? Oh, Donna, Donna. Oh, jeez. Okay. Hey, donna. What's up? For me. That wasn't me. I'm I was listening to your program. I'm enjoying your program, always helpful that you were talking about hidden fees. Can you hear me okay? 'cause on speakerphone. Yeah. Sure. Can you sound great? Okay. And my water company that services in my home is always charging me a late fee, and I don't pay late. I don't know if it's is this is their passive aggressive way. 'cause I'm not on auto-pay, and I knew all these utility companies want us to be on auto pay 'cause it's more convenient for them, but I don't pay that way. But I always drop my, my check in their dropbox at the local office. And I guess he's late. So I will I've been complaining for, for a long time, and they give me the runaround finally a couple months ago I went into the office and paid it and got a receipt and glow. And behold, I get my next Bill there. Is that late fee? No. Yeah. And I go down to the local office. And I tell the customer service rep load here, why am I getting leafy? Here's the receipt. You can see I paid it all on time. She's scratching her head. She can't figure it out either. She says she'll try to rectify it which this month. I've gotten in it, they did reverse the charge. But I'm just wondering if this is some kind of ploy to get a few extra. It's it was twenty six cents. It's not the twenty six cents. I'm concerned about it. But if they're doing this to a lot of customers how much more extra money, they are making. So I think that is a great question. You know what I wanna do? I wanna get your information. So I can take a look at your Bill and pursue this because I want to know what's going on to let me put you on hold. I've got you on hold right now. I'm going to have LARs star, the producer this program. Get your information and I want to look into this because is. It's just a standard. I I'd like to see it stop. They don't have an answer for me. When I say, well, how is happening and she can't divert figure that out. Okay. So we'll figure that out. So I've got you on hold right now. Laura star. We'll get your information and then. We'll we'll report back. I wanna know what's going on. I think this is important. Okay. When we come back for gonna talk to San Francisco state university, professor, about an Instagram, influence, or who lied. Consumer time with Michael Finney on. K. G. O eight ten. On as having caused her kids..
"twenty six cents" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And that's absurd. So what's going on in WalMart, is just an example of what's going on all over this country, very wealthy, getting wealthier and working people are struggling, so the message to WalMart today is pay your workers, a living wage? At least fifteen bucks an hour allow them to work forty hours a week. Provide them with decent healthcare. Okay. Walmart happens to employ more people than any company in the United States. It is not close. They employ over one point five million people somewhere between one point five million people. You know what the average wage per hour? Walmart is fourteen dollars and twenty six cents. So they're basically where Sanders wants them to be. But he's telling you, they're paying everybody seven bucks an hour. It is not true. The range is eleven bucks. An hour. Twenty four seventy in our for the low level workers at WalMart, thirty four hours a week is considered fulltime, which is not rare mean that means that somebody's working basically seven hours a day, five days a week. Pretty full-time most workers average thirty seven to thirty eight hours weekly, which is a full-time job health insurance is provided for employees who work at least thirty hours a week at WalMart. So Bernie Sanders is just lying about the average state of employees at WalMart. Why? Because he knows that you walk in WalMart and you see somebody wearing a blue vest, and you figure that guy, probably doesn't make a lot of money. He's probably being suckered by WalMart here, I am buying these cheap products. And they can't even pay they are paying their workers. In fact, there are paying millions of workers in the United States, WalMart store managers, which is what most people at WalMart are going to aspire to be if they stay inside the company, what do store, managers, make they're not making fifty grand. They're not making seventy five grand. They're not making one hundred grand. They're not making one hundred twenty five grand. They're making one hundred and seventy five thousand dollars a year on average. If you are a store manager at a WalMart. The actual salaries are based on sales, volume and the size of the store, according to WTO p in Washington. According to according to Corey lunberg who's a Wal-Mart spokeswoman. Spokesman rather. He says these stores are often the largest businesses and their communities with with up to one hundred million dollars in sales, and three hundred employees seventy five percents of all managers in the WalMart system started off as hourly employees. By the way, all these other big companies their competitors Amazon, Costco. They say they pay their workers, at least fifteen bucks an hour. This idea that you work at a small business, and therefore, you're paid more. That is. Does anyone believe that if you're an owner of a small business, maybe make more because you're the owner and you have family members working for you for cheap? But if you're a low level employee, working at a small business, the likelihood is that you're being paid far less than you would if you were working for major corporation, which, of course, is major because it has more resources and more competitiveness, the midst about the economics of this country. I really damaging they lead to bad and false conclusions about what the government ought to do and how the government ought to be involved government is not the solution as usual. It is the problem joining us in just a moment. Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stuart wanted to ski e.
"twenty six cents" Discussed on KTRH
"Your promises. Everybody knows politicians lie. You're not supposed to keep promises. You're supposed to you're supposed to do. What your consultants W to do? Trump is out keeping his promises. This is stunning. Every donation thirty four dollars twenty six cents ninety nine percent of donations two hundred dollars or less. And Trump has raised. Just for his campaign ten million more than two top Democrats combined. Crazy, Bernie and Kamala Harris. That that that I'm gonna tell you right now that this is this deflated people on the left professional leftist. Like, you can't believe because they really have been telling themselves that thousand sixteen was a fluke that Trump shouldn't have won that Hillary should have something that they still can't explain went wrong. But that it all get fixed and twenty twenty because everybody hates Trump. Everybody knows Trump's before. Everybody knows Trump's a mistake. Everybody knows me. Everybody knows they say well hundred thousand new donors. Raising ten million more than their two. Most popular candidates have raised. It's an it's an. See Morgan Stanley came out over the weekend. So we don't see. Quite say, it this way, they they see Trump's reelection as likely they're advising their investors that Trump's reelection is likely. They don't just they can't afford to save these things. And not be truthful about him too. Many people are investing money based on what people like Morgan Stanley gigantic investment banker saying, and here's Jamie Dimon, the biggest Bank in the world's largest economy..
"twenty six cents" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
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Oil futures fall, with US benchmark settling at a one-week low
"Oil futures slipping higher than easing at risk for back-to-back losses. As investors Wayne on this stain ability or recess sizeable gains without a pause against the price. Support of news from the political crisis in Venezuela. West Texas intermediate crude oil March delivery falling zero point four percent at fifty dollars and thirty five cents a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It earlier traded as high as fifty five dollars and twenty one cents a barrel. It's been churning trading. Only about one dollar below a recent peak at fifty five dollars in twenty six cents a barrel which marked a roughly two and a half month high for the month contract, April. Brent crude falling zero point seven percent to sixty two dollars in eight cents a barrel on the icy featured Europe exchange it had traded up above sixty three dollars in trade earlier.
The Only Good Thing About the Polar Vortex: Falling Gas Prices
"Due to the cold weather gas prices are about the same Tom Clements reports Atra Don of gas, buddy dot com tells us the price of the pump hasn't changed very much of the last several reporting periods the national average two dollars and twenty six cents per gallon. That's virtually identical as well to what prices were a month ago. The price is still thirty four cents a gallon lower than where they were year ago. Of course, all of that gasoline is going to have to be liquidated in the weeks ahead as we start the transition towards summer gasoline
Oil prices resume fall, shed last session's gains
"To a new report on gas prices from AAA prices have fallen for the last ten weeks and in the last month dropped nationwide average is twenty six cents per gallon, lower demand is cited as a factor gasoline stocks do tend to build up near the end of the year. So there is plenty of supply right now. Overnight oil prices took a tumble of seven percent to around forty six dollars a barrel. Today's economic reports existing home sales for November kind of dove tailing on what we were just talking about with Koran Stokes.
Gasoline prices continue to fall ahead of Thanksgiving
"Your money. So how much are you paying at the pump USA radio's John Clemens? Takes a look at the national average ahead of the Thanksgiving Day holiday and long weekend ahead the price of gasoline declined over seven cents a gallon at according to Patrick DeHaan of gas buddy dot com is twenty six cents lower than a month ago. Nationally, it's been another great week. The national average is fallen seven point three cents and stands at about two dollars and sixty one cents a gallon at now amounts to a twenty six cents per gallon drop in the national average from just a month ago for USA
European Stocks, US Futures Rise as Investors Push Aside Trade War Concerns
"European stocks are rising along with us stock future says manufacturing and services data from the euro zone's biggest economies beat analysts expectations s and p futures up thirteen points nasdaq futures up twenty seven dow futures up one hundred twelve points investors are also awaiting developments on u s china trade relations it was a lower close on wall street yesterday online retailers fell after the supreme court said states could force more online sellers to collect sales taxes while industrial companies cars and tech companies were lower on trade concerns the dow fell one hundred ninety six points to twenty four thousand four hundred sixty two the s and p five hundred fell eighteen points or six tenths percent to twenty seven forty nine and the nasdaq fell sixty nine points to seventy seven twelve checking crude oil this morning it's rising up one percent at sixty six dollars twenty six cents a barrel gina cervetti join bloomberg and top institutional investors.
A look at some of the Russian officials hit by US sanctions
"Jenkins this newscast brought to you by pies zano italian restaurant new sanctions have been levied against russians connected to vladimir putin twenty four russian people have been sanctioned including oligarchs and government officials these are high ranking people one of them all at dera pasta he's an aluminum magnate and a billionaire he's connected to former trump campaign chairman on manafort and his partner rick gates both of whom were indicted in the muller probe looking into potential collusion of the trump campaign with russia correspondent michelle kosinski accused murderer matthew chavez went before a judge in albuquerque yesterday he was sentenced to three years for his conviction on robbery charges that stemmed from the february two thousand sixteen hold up other cricket wireless store on real bravo is going to serve the three years when his sentence for a robbery and oklahoma's over jarvis faces murder charges in the death of twenty four four year old tyler lackey who was killed at an atm in southeast albuquerque also in february two thousand sixteen his trial in that case set for this coming september gas prices in new mexico jumped twenty six cents a gallon in the past month there are a couple of reasons as daniel armbruster with aaa new mexico higher demand a switchover to summer gasoline blends those two things combined have really started driving prices up and it's not just in new mexico where we're seeing prices rise we're seeing this all across the united states the statewide average in new mexico went up a nickel in the past week to two fifty nine a gallon citizens in texas community are worried about their water and organized effort in the dallas suburbs of frisco and plano has caught the attention of a famed environmentalist erin brockovich is speaking with north texans and water quality experts about concerns that the water tastes like chlorine experts say the water is safe to drink but brockovich says conversation about improvements need to happen or not here to sue wire company everybody wants safe water let's make that our job brockovich says two years ago sixty people at north texas reached out to her the next year or a few hundred it now several hundred thousand clayton neville dallas i'm ed hartley and i'm judith jenkins on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b rush limbaugh is next at ten a grab your job it.