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Fauci clashes with Sen. Rand Paul over NYC's COVID sucess

Today, Explained

05:09 min | 2 d ago

Fauci clashes with Sen. Rand Paul over NYC's COVID sucess

"This coronavirus has been politicized from the jump in the United States. But this week's pandemic politics have been particularly jarring. It started on Monday. The CDC pulled guidance from its website that said that this virus mainly spreads by air guidance that they only posted. Friday guidance widely accepted as fact in the scientific community but the CDC pulled it and said, it had been posted in error not a great look lots of unanswered questions. Then on Wednesday Dr Steven Hahn Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration appeared before the Senate to reassure the nation that the vaccine approval process would not be politicized that a host of experts outside the organization would weigh in before any approvals were granted almost immediately after that happened president trump said in a briefing that may or may not happen and that the whole. Thing sounded quote like a political move at that same Senate hearing Wednesday we saw something rare Dr Anthony Fauci. The country's top infectious diseases. Experts seem to lose his cool with Senator Rand Paul. You've been a big fan of Cuomo in the shutdown. New York lauded New York for their policy New York had the highest death rate in the world. How can we possibly be? Jumping up and down and saying Ho Governor Cuomo did a great job hit the worst death right in the world no you misconstrued that Senator and you've done that repetitively in the past they got hit very badly. They've made some mistakes right now if you look at what's going on right now, the things that are going on in New York to get their tests. Positively one percent or less is because they are looking at the guidelines that we have put together from the task force of the four or five things of masks social, distancing outdoors more than indoors avoiding crowds and washing hands, or they've developed enough community immunity that they're no longer having the pandemic because they have enough immunity in New York, city tax challenged that senator. Free. Please Sir I would like to be able to do this because this happens with senator rand all the time you and not listening to what the director of the CDC said that in. New York twenty, two percent. If you believe twenty two percent is heard immunity I believe you're alone in that we're used to seeing heated exchanges in Congress, but this one felt different because Dr out she has been a paragon of patients during this entire pandemic we got in touch with him earlier today to ask his patience was running out but we started with what's to come with this pandemic as we head into winter. Good Morning Dr out she. Good Morning. How are you today? I'm doing well great to have you back on the show. Welcome to my closet. Okay, get good ventilation in there now be careful we don't want you fainting on me. Happy. Equinox and new season is upon us, and of course, winter is coming what's in store for the United States as as the seasons change during this pandemic well, you know it's going to be complicated because what we really need to appreciate is that as we enter into the full in the winter, a lot of things that we would have done outdoors, which is part of the public health programme the protocol a now going to have to be done indoors, which means it'll be an. Extra special challenge we often say the four or five things that really do work. If everybody implements them is wearing masks keeping a distance avoiding crowds outdoors than indoors washing hands. If everyone had done that diligently, we would not have seen some of the surges that we've seen that have given us. What I would consider is an unacceptably high background, and by background I, mean is the number of cases per day which even when they're in young people who most of whom are without symptoms, minimal symptoms nonetheless, it propagates the outbreak and you've got to get that down remember when we. Were trying to open the economy in the country a couple of months ago month and a half ago. The southern states you know literally metaphorically caught fire. And the number of daily cases were around seventy thousand with about a thousand deaths per day. Now, we're back down but you between thirty and forty. But like day you go yesterday was forty some odd thousand cases that's unacceptable as you enter the winter. If you WANNA, go into the fall in the winter and have to have the extra challenge of a potential flu season, which will have hopefully, we can mitigate it together with the fact that most people will be indoors in most climates. In this country, it's an extra challenge I would like to get that baseline way down way down in a few thousand, not thirty or forty thousand.

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Virus shutdown took a toll on routine health care for kids

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Virus shutdown took a toll on routine health care for kids

"Federal officials are expressing concern about a steep drop in routine medical care for low income children during the pandemic the centers for Medicare and medical services spines that vaccination screening for childhood diseases visits to the dentist and even mental health care dropped precipitously from March through may of this year federal officials are warning that sharp decline in routine care could cause long term issues calling on states pediatric providers families and schools to ensure children get caught up billing records for the chip program show early childhood vaccinations drop by twenty two percent dental visits plunged nearly seventy percent and time sensitive screenings for cognitive or developmental problems fell by forty four percent Jackie Quinn Washington

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Podcast listeners are listening longer

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04:45 min | Last week

Podcast listeners are listening longer

"Constantly, listening longer says Cumulus is Westwood One who has published hits podcast download full twenty, twenty reports. It's their fourth annual study among the findings. spotify is closing the gap with apple podcasts by total listeners it's close twenty, two percent say the Apple, the most twenty percents specify the most willing to that today from our show notes and our newsletter. Do podcasts compete with music listening spotify has an RND division. We discover and release some data in April saying as people pick up podcasts listening, they tend to add it to their previous habits. So music listening remains almost the same once people discover podcasts, good news for musicians although possibly not quite so good news for specifiers hoping they wouldn't have to pay anybody for their podcasts guest. podcast analytics and attribution company. chargeable has raised two point two, five, million dollars in seed funding. The company is tracking one billion downloads a month protracted nearest competitor tracks. One point five, billion, we use that. So congratulations to Dave and Harish. Jack. Mates. Happy Hour from stuck on off has become a spotify exclusive in a youtube. Video Jack Announces spotify offered me a life changing amount of money. This is a game changer for us and ads I've never had any communication with Youtube. Former NBC and Fox News Anchor Megan Kelly is to launch her own podcast network without the constraints or political agendas of other media outlets. She says Devil May Care Media's first release will be the Megan Kelly. Show coincidence record for Mac. Os is a simple audio recorder that sits in your menu bar records records loss less if you like. Could be good for safety copies congratulations to podcast host blueberry who have a free virtual events tomorrow to celebrate fifteen years in business. They have Trivia and prize giveaways, congratulations, Todd and Mike, and everyone else at large media has new logo of bold new look from the same great company. You'll find it in our newsletter today and hereditary is building a MAC based audio editor for podcasts. They want your help to learn more about your production process. We've a new section in the news it's going to happen every Monday it's called the tech stuff. It's with our S S dot com or an excellent podcast hosts. Normally, it's not gonNA make it into this podcast. Today it is. It's aimed at developers and technologists working within podcasting Zahir goes. The podcast index has added a language fields taken from the podcast assassin plans to add eight detected language field in future to catch those podcasters who haven't correctly set it. Joe Morocco has also produced svg versions of the podcast indexes logo, which we now show in own search who websites development documentation has moved pages on get hub at hyper catch as now using the podcast index according to Adam. Curry. His podcasting ready Ip v six asks Thomas Harasser. He notes that some of the largest podcast hosts still don't support Ip six and that some phones in India now I six only at least for media files don't support Ip six you're losing listeners especially in emerging markets he says. And Asandra, dear ferrier used Google Cloud Platform to produce transcripts for his podcast in. Italian. Willing to his notes in English on how he managed IT Marco armaments writes a tongue in cheek clarification of apple's in APP purchase rules which are ever. So slightly opaque, and after we reported at bug charitable correctly setting an RSS user agent, we have more details and best practice. Thanks from our show notes and our newsletter today. And in podcast new seventy million is back for season three, its season premiere seventy million takes you inside Chicago's Cook. County jail during a rapid outbreak of covid nineteen spotify podcast launches, incredible feats today, it say daily show profiling amazing achievements made by people from all over the world hosted by Dan Cummings it's a spotify original available everywhere returning last week meddling adults is a podcast game show for charity with two guests solving children's mysteries from classic series like Scooby. Doo It was the caretaker. Linked to how they made it in our show notes newsletter today and good morning podcasts is podcast in English and in Spanish each Weekday Talk to interesting people in the podcasting scene,

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RH Profits With Travel Spending Shifted to High-End Home Decor

MarketFoolery

04:27 min | 2 weeks ago

RH Profits With Travel Spending Shifted to High-End Home Decor

"The company formerly known as restoration hardware. Honey Monster second quarter profits much higher than expected strong overall sales. And shares of RH are up more than twenty, two percent today in the stock sitting in all time high. Are you just kind of interesting because a lot of what we're talking about right now is people will look at revenue growth look at dooms growth in the quarter or all of these different companies and are each only increased revenue less than a percent. But the really impressive thing was like you said, Christie increase in their gross margin, they're operating margin and. They're not march and their earnings per share. So I think it's kind of a different look than a different response than we've been seeing a lot for these high growth tech stocks. This is more of a company that showing they have a lot of pricing power and they are growing in a less a way that we haven't seen very a lot recently. Yeah RH is. For anyone who's ever been in the restoration hardware you it's one of those stores you walk in. It's like. Well, it's it's clearly nice stuff. It's quality merchandise. Some of it is exceptionally pricey, but I think this. This probably goes along with the narrative. In the same direction as the narrative that we've seen in the last six months with companies like wayfair and Home Depot and Lowe's where. More people are looking around the homes that they are trapped in and saying all right I'm if I'm not going to go on a vacation I'm gonNA spend money improving this place that I live in. Yeah and that was called out in the share holder letter for this quarter, they talk about the elevated level of spending in the home. So yet the booming real estate activity accelerated shift for moving to your home. A lot of people are leaving the city's moving to the suburbs and then taken homebuilding trying to renovate to make sure their workplace is the best place they can have possible and because you're talking about it, I did spend a good chunk of my morning on the restoration hardware look book website, and I now want to buy a five thousand dollar couch. Well I'll be look I'd like to buy A. New Couch. It costs five thousand dollars in. That's why I'm just gonNa stick with couch that I have. The last check what's on craigslist for one hundred dollars? For the growth that this stock has seen and look, we've seen a lot of stocks you mentioned Zoom Zoom in this category, even with the recent drop over the past week or so Tesla, which started out the year at around eighty five dollars a share is still. Around I don't know this morning before the market opened it was close to three ninety. Restoration hardware is up roughly five times in value. Since late March, I, Know Cherry picking the bottom, but it's a reminder that it's not just the. Sexy tech companies that can have these kinds of returns. where I'm going with this Maria, is that for all of this growth restoration hardware and I can't call it h I'm sorry. This company still seven and a half billion dollar company. This is not huge. Do you think? This is still an acquisition target because it seems like sort of thing in the same way that people have said about wayfair despite wayfair growth. You know someone could still come in and make them an offer. Restoration hardware is. Not a very big company and it appears to be very well run, and as you said, they're really doing good things with their margins. I think it's a possibility. So wayfair is about twenty four, billion dollars right now I? Think it has a niche within the luxury market and that's what in their earnings call. They also talk about how they. Have elevated their shift to a luxury brand with luxury market with luxury margins at a higher pace than they anticipated and so I think that if you're looking to expand into this niche, it would be a really interesting acquisition target for them. They do in their letter also talk about all of their long-term growth plans and some of them are kind of lofty they're planning. To Open hotels, they have a luxury yacht called the h three that is available for charter in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. So they have pretty lofty goals of what they want to be. So I wonder if they don't think they want to be acquired but I think if I was a company looking to grow into that luxury niche, this would be something I'd be considering.

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Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:54 min | Last month

Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra. Kosovo. With me today Dr Rachel Dolan the US House of Representatives ways and Means Committee majority staffer to discuss the majority staffs recently released report titled Under enforced and over prescribed. ANTIPSYCHOTIC drug epidemic ravaging America's nursing homes. Dr Dole and welcome to the program. I David thanks so much for having me. Please call me Rachel. While this'll be the last time Dr Dolan's bio is posted on, of course, the podcast website. In testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee two, thousand seven, the FDA's Dr David Graham stated quote. Unquote. Fifteen thousand adults elderly people in nursing homes are dying each year from the off label use of antipsychotic medications. For an indication that the FDA knows the drug doesn't work the problem has been only FDA for years and years close quote. Legal the FDA does provide a black box warning label. Regarding off label use of these drugs, eleven years later, Human Rights Watch published a report titled They Want Docile. How. Nursing homes in the US overmedicated people with dementia. The report found in two thousand, sixteen, seventeen quote unquote massive use or abuse of Anti Psychotics, for example, Sarah. Quel. Doll and Rispler doll that have serious side effects including sudden cardiac death. The human rights report estimated in an average week over one hundred, seventy, nine, thousand, long-stay Nursing Home Facility patients who administered antipsychotic drugs. Without a diagnosis which the drugs are indicated or approved rover, polar disorder and schizophrenia in testimony the ways and means. Committee. Heard this past November Richard Mollet Executive Director of the Long Term Care Community coalition concluded quote the use of San Anti psychotics in skilled nursing facilities is so extensive that puts the US in violation of internal conventions and covenants on torture and cruel inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment. Close quote. This is my third related interview. In December twenty twelve I discussed the topic with Diana Zuckerman. And in February, eighteen high interviewed Hannah Lamb who authored the above mentioned human rights report. With me again to discuss the ways and means report just released titled Under enforced and over prescribed is Rachel Dolan the reports lead author. So that Rachel as background let's get right into this or immediate neatly into the specifics of the report. What did the report find regarding the extent to which? They're persists overuse or misuse of anti psychotics in skilled nursing. David. So the report showed what what you what we would expect from your introduction, which is the use of antipsychotic does persist in nursing homes across the country and it remains quite high and not of course, has implications for patient safety and and health We found in the fourth quarter of Twenty nineteen approximately twenty percent of all skilled nursing facility residents in the US. So that's about two, hundred, Ninety, eight, thousand, six, hundred, fifty people every week received some form of antipsychotic medication and most of that was without any psychosis diagnosis for which these drugs are indicated So specifically, we actually looked at trends and surveyor citations for unnecessary medication use in nursing home. So that's kind of the. Part of this study and what we found was a clear change in citation rates for these facilities between the change in administrations from the Obama Administration to trump administration So we found citations for antipsychotic misuse in sniffs increased by two hundred percent between twenty, fifteen, twenty seventeen but then declined by twenty two percent from two thousand, seventeen to twenty eighteen, and importantly a ten percent of citations associated with actual harm or immediate jeopardy to a residence health or safety. So those are some of the most severe citation surveyors ever capture resulted in no fine from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen under the trump administration. So you know. I. Would say even though this study in particular couldn't determine causation we we did see a clear association between the Trump Administration's regulatory rollback campaign twenty, seventeen, twenty eighteen and a reduction in citations for these particular drugs. Okay thank you and we'll get into the trump administration's regulatory decisions in this regard in a minute let me just ask as a follow up or an aside question and I don't think I saw this new report. So you may not have these numbers top of mind but worth asking, can you give an approximation of the cost? To the Medicare program at least relative to the overuse I, mean, this is a massive amount of money in reimbursement for these medications. I don't remember offhand. Let's see I think in the in the actually in the report we got About one third of older adult Medicare part d enrolling with dementia who spent more than one hundred days in a nursing humber prescribed antipsychotic in two, thousand, twelve constituting roughly three, hundred, sixty, three, million part D plan payments that year and of course, there's also cost associated with hospitalizations for inappropriate use of these drugs So I would expect you know that that that is obviously very under an understatement understated estimate that does not capture the full realm of payments. So it's it's fairly substantial.

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Orders for big-ticket US manufactured goods jumped 11.2%

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Orders for big-ticket US manufactured goods jumped 11.2%

"The commerce department says orders for big ticket US manufactured goods jumped eleven percent in July the third straight monthly gain July's increase was led by the transportation sector which surged thirty five and a half percent the increase was due to a nearly twenty two percent gain in orders for motor vehicles and parts helping to offset another big decline in demand for commercial aircraft airlines are continuing to cancel previous orders in the face of a plunge in air travel link to the corona virus but economists caution that the upward trend in durable goods could falter if Kobe dying teen infection surgeon the fall forcing more factories to shut down my camp in Washington

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Kansas City Chiefs allowing reduced capacity at stadium

The Dan Patrick Show

00:50 sec | Last month

Kansas City Chiefs allowing reduced capacity at stadium

"This announcement by the Kansas City chiefs I haven't seen too many articles on it but I was a little bit surprised that they actually have a number in mind of fans who were going to be able to go to Kansas City, chiefs games, and they're looking at about twenty two percent of capacity which we did the math it's sixteen, five, seventeen, thousand answer I don't know how you pick the fans get to go in. Because if you're going to have a lottery was season ticket holders and then you rotate there, how do you decide? Do you want to go to the first game? Do you WanNa, go to a great match up with somebody I don't know how they're going to do that. But the chiefs announced that yesterday the Falcons had said that they are keeping with state and local requirements. Capacity at Home Games would be ten to twenty thousand at the Mercedes Benz Stadium.

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UK plunges into worst recession of any major economy

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:38 min | Last month

UK plunges into worst recession of any major economy

"The British economy is officially in its steepest recession record after contracting twenty point, four percent between April and June taking the different timings of lockdown into account. It's also one of the worst performers in Europe so far this year as the UK, went into lockdown shops, shuttered factory and construction activity ground to a halt and household spending plunged. The BBC's swooping chant explains the scale of the decline. It's bad whether you're making things in a factory selling stuff on the shop floor building a house, all the sectors in the economy declined between April and June the UK's performance was also worse than many other economies like Germany, the US, and that's because we do more things that involve social interaction. For example, we've got the big soccer league in the world we also go to concerts and live entertainment venues. None of that was happening between eight four in June in the first half of the year. The UK economy contracted by around twenty two percent. That's about double the contractions. Seen in America and also Germany but things have started to look up so far in the third quarter, and there are a lot of government programs aimed at getting people out to eat at restaurants, visit pubs, going shopping all those are signs that things will be coming back in the last half of the year. If you just walk outside the building, you know there's lots of tables outside lots of diners sitting outside activities coming back. Retail sales are almost back to levels. They were before the lockdown and ten million people according to the government have taken advantage of a special scheme. To them half price dining out. So things are looking on the are largely due to government support

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World Health Organization acknowledges coronavirus can be airborne

This Week in Startups

06:48 min | 2 months ago

World Health Organization acknowledges coronavirus can be airborne

"I just read that. We still don't have a definitive posture on masks from the WHO? And that they are finally ceding ground to the idea that the coronavirus could partially be spread in air. I mean this is so bizarre because it's the middle of July, there are three million cases, and half a million people have died, and we are still there, and so you know when I saw that trump pulled out of the WHO You know in this weird way the way he did. It was kind of cartoonish in stupid, and you know kind of an insolent child, but the reason he did. It was actually pretty reasonable because this organization. Is Not a scientific or health body, it's an academic body, and you can see this in universities where all of a sudden things tilt away from fax, and it tilts towards you know all kinds of very very very small points of. Political capital that people fight over and so these politicized organizations are incredible and to the point at which we saw you know this past week the report that. Well over two hundred fifty of their own scientists who they rely on, said Hey. It's very clear that this is an airborne phenomenon aerosol tiny microparticles of Aerosol when people talk when they sing when they cough when they sneeze, all this obvious stuff floats in the air and if you ever closed air conditioned. Location like say a church in the South or a hotel or casino? It's not a good idea to be in there, and it's especially not about. Is especially bad idea. Take your mask off so now. The WHO is over two and as you said in his just horrifically comical way can explain as we're very clearly explaining that this is a political organization that is funded by a duopoly of superpowers that have many issues which we're going to get into today. And we have to say who the duopoly is Sax when you look at this being are token conservative here and you see the trump win. How frustrating is it for you? That trump's delivery and his persona when he is right in a person can't be wrong all the time I'm proof positive that you. You have to deal with the fact that he doesn't. It's such a stupid inane way that you don't actually get credit for the win. Well trump is often the the bull in a China shop, and kind of disrupts the status quo by. Throwing a grenade into it but frequently there there are good reasons why the status quo niece be disrupted and the the new. York Times laid out the case in a new story on who the the one that reported the scientists complaining that you're talking. It was just a straight news story, but it almost came across as an expose because whose incompetence was laid out so starkly the fact that they were slow on mass. Oppose them and. I think kind of lied about them. and then. and then to to be downplaying the airborne nature of the virus in favor of. Maintaining this narrative that it spread through touching surfaces or Which I think people are realizing now is much much less likely. And, so yeah, you do kind of have to wonder whose side is is on and the the New, York Times article kind of suggests why they do this, which is. When they issue a declaration, they have to think about the ramifications and all of their member countries, and so, what ends up happening? is they sort of start with the policy, implication or political result that they are? And then of reverse engineer, the science and You know with article talks about how you know if we were to come out and and sort of. Be Very. Clear about airborne transmission that could affect spending, or or you know political budgets all these different countries, and so they've been reluctant to do that so yeah, it's a it's A. WE'RE GONNA nation that sort of political, first, and then reverse engineers the science to fit that. And you know what this reminds me of. It's like when you have giant. Board of a company, the management team comes out, and now they've got to present like a pivot or an acquisition whatever it is, and they're thinking well. Okay. We've got this funding source. These people own twenty six percent of who this person owns twenty two percent. We've now got to present it to them. And what are the Ram downstream vacations? Luckily there's an alignment in a single company. The alignment is we want company share price to go up, but here in the world it is not equally aligned is in China's best interest. What's in the best interest and what's in America's best interest might be radically different, and they are literally funding them correct from off while there's a they are there. There's a there's this thing called Sayers law right which many of us kind of have seen play out which is at academic the saying something like academic politics. Are So vicious, because the stakes are so small, and in this interesting way, the WHO has lost the script because they fight over politics, who gets to say what who's being positioned, and they lose sight of the real downs in my opinion, the downstream implications of the things that they have because if they actually just thought from first principles and tried to be a truly independent body that said we are going to take. The capital were given from the countries that are supporting us and actually do the best. And actually published, like what is the best thing to do for example in the case of krona virus and be definitive and. We'd be a much better place, but a lot of what is allowed the posture corona virus to transition from a health issue to a political issue in many ways, has been because organizations like the WHO and the CDC. Our political bodies and their academic bodies, and so the incentives of the players within these organizations are not necessarily project the right public health positioning they are. Are At some level to think about their own career trajectory and the political machinations had happened within the organization that are blind to normal citizens like us that just consume the output, and then so when you see something like an inability to give a definitive ruling on things like masks, or you know other things. You just kind of scratch your head in wonder. Wonder is it that they're dumb and the answer is no. It's not that they're dumb. They're motivated by very different things than public health all the time, which

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How Healthy is Your Family?

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

05:26 min | 3 months ago

How Healthy is Your Family?

"How are your children being affected by the disintegration of the American family in a recent news week poll, half of the people ask said that their families are in worse shape now than they were ten years ago and no wonder, the divorce rate has doubled since nineteen, sixty five and experts say that one third of all children born in the eighties will live in A. A stepfamily before they grow up on top of that one of every four children lives with a single parent and twenty two percent of today's children were born to a teenage parent, and when it comes to who is watching our children. Two thirds of all mothers work outside the home. If you feel that your family is going a little helter skelter, everybody doing their own. Own Thing and the family unit is falling apart, or if the people you call your family, don't fit the traditional description like the cleavers or the huxtables. We want you all to join family unity workshop. We asked to our studio audience to take several tests so that we could find out how healthy their families are, and now we want you to test your family's health. Health, too, so get a pencil and paper and take this first test. It's called the family rituals test, and the test is taken from a fascinating book written by one of our favorite guests on the Oprah Winfrey show Dr Paul Pearsall renowned family psychologist, and it's called the power of the Family Paul. Glad to have you here. Thank you glad to have you once again. Well. I know the audience is already taken. The test and I went over the test. And what does this ritual tell us know it's a strange thing. Many of the couples we interviewed families didn't have time to take the test because we're too busy to look at one of the family had rituals or not, and one mother looked at me and said we have the Dooby Doo Bee. Doo Syndrome in our family. I said what's this dooby? Dooby Doo Bee Doo, she said we spend too much time doing and not enough time being so the rich test is a measure of whether or not you really give dignity and celebration that the simple daily acts of family life, or you just run right past them and have separate breakfast separate dinner, separate bed times and live alone, even though you're in a group, dignity and celebration I like those choice of words what it sounds kind. Kind of Corny to say that, but we found families that would eat in quiet or fight during dinner. They'd take a bite and say well school Goin- what you're telling me shut up. Don't pick on your brother I've had it with you. This is enough to. Did you enjoy dinner eight? That's really what's happening and it's not that the family is failing. We are failing our families, and if we don't make enough time at least a. A Saddam most families didn't even sit down for dinner. That's what the ritual test. Let's see. I think children are in crisis in this country, but children are in crisis only because families are in crisis. That's where it starts. That's what we think that these children just didn't refer to their families much anymore. Children are aware of rituals. They'll pointed out to you. Sometimes. They'll say mom we. We always used to do it that way. We shouldn't do this even the simple act of saying grace I. Don't mean to get too pushy about those type of things, but we saw people. Sam So fast. You couldn't tell her saying grace. Somebody be grabbing, food. What happened to the idea of just sitting down a moment, you know the old idea we used to say. Sit Down and shut up. Okay I. Tell You what we wanted to do. Now. Let's go through the test. Can we do that? The test of the family rituals and our audience is already answered these questions, and perhaps maybe if you watching it home with answer these questions, you'd get a clear idea about where your family is right now I. Question. Does your family move is one unit when it walks a group or does someone dragged behind? I found that very interesting because I said. If you're walking down the street, everybody can't walk at the same time. Honesty families go to shopping centers and you'll see these somebody's lagging behind. The fodders looks discussed. It I'll go sit there. You go shop. I'll meet you in the lot. If you'RE GONNA. Do it. do it together. Okay now. Who who answered that question? No, now why why Antonio Yep? Because whenever I'm walking with my husband, he's either always pushing the child or walking the dog, or whatever so he's far ahead or five behind and there we go as a separate unit else walks is a separate unit. I know. Some people lied on the test to see that. Some people lied on the tests. They want us to think they're to huxtables, not only lie, but some people don't pay enough attention to. My husband is sixty five. He always walks a few steps ahead of I'm always behind standard. Intentional! I tell stem this all the time, too, because his legs are so long that when he takes a step, I have to take one and a half for every step that he takes so we're in the airport and I'm looking like we're from foreign country. Walk Twelve paces behind. A lot I sometimes have to turn around and wonder why she's like a blockbuster. Because your legs are so much longer. Yeah, okay. What does that really isn't the walking style you? Yes, it's certainly cause I'm kind of Tom Lanky to my family alive behind, but this issue the attitude while you're doing this. Is there some attempt interesting family say come on, catch up. Let's all go look at this rather than I'm going to the store you go to. The dresses will lose the kids if we can and will meet in the lot, it's really the attitude is not just the distance. Doesn't that mean in some way that that person feels separate from you? Well, that's the tragedy. Tragedy sounds a little corny, but it's just like we're not really doing this together. We're going to get hurt close. He's gotTa get three pairs of slacks. I'm sick of the shopping any way faster. We get it done. The better somebody's disgusted. That's not doing it together. That's not a ritual. It's a routine routine is just getting done. Ritual is a celebration of the doing

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Hilton to cut 2,100 corporate jobs globally

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Hilton to cut 2,100 corporate jobs globally

"More cuts at Hilton it just got twenty one hundred corporate jobs that is twenty two percent of its global corporate workforce affecting employees at its McLean headquarters and elsewhere buildings also extended existing furloughs for up to another ninety

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Model projects 200,000 people in the US could die from coronavirus by October

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Model projects 200,000 people in the US could die from coronavirus by October

"And a model is forecasting over two hundred one thousand people will die in the U. S. from corona virus by October first federal health officials also say corona virus death rates are much higher among people with chronic illnesses a new CDC report shows death rates are twelve times higher for adults suffering from heart disease diabetes and lung disease it also finds patients with a chronic condition were six times more likely to wind up in the hospital the data revealed minorities are disproportionately affected by the pandemic about a third of the confirmed coronavirus cases were among Hispanics while twenty two percent were black

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The Future of the Energy Sector

BTV Simulcast

06:27 min | 3 months ago

The Future of the Energy Sector

"The energy sector and the region's economies OB battling both covered nineteen and the oil price crash as tensions between market forces and management in the oil sector increase the Arab petroleum investment corporation's annualized no presents a weakening landscape and possible merges on the horizon let's bring it later Ben Ali she's the chief economist at Arab petroleum investments corporation they're always great to get your take on what the future looks like for us we we drilled into the numbers and and you talk about the private sector I suppose this is the big risk group was just talking about that about capital the private sector's share of energy investment is going to drop by twenty percent this year versus twenty two percent last year what are the biggest risks from not dissipation of private sector investment hello good good good morning minus good morning user I'm so I'm so glad to be with you this morning we've noticed a major actually degree professional degrees in a private investments in the energy sector indeed and that's not I don't think that's something that is of primary events in the region because in this region this crisis came a time where the private sector was differently feeble and and and why I'm sure I laid out today is a landmark moment over the last twenty four hours have been because you had Saudi Aramco executing the acquisition of a seventy percent stake in Saudi basic industries block trades worth sixty nine billion dollars huge transaction but maybe a bit of a scene setter of what is to come in terms of mergers in terms of acquisition right I mean it's it's good that you are reminded us of that acquisition but that's something that was in the cards before the current crisis I think what's twenty twenty is big enough is is a global reset you will have you wouldn't have to expect a restructuring of the value chains I would say in favor of the producers which are in the best physical position and and social media Ramco and others are are different in that position and also the players are facing the least leveraged answer twenty twenty with the beast yeah that's definitely something that's that's we are looking at and these will be also the same players that would be the best targets in terms of acquisitions so you would have in the energy sector overall and the associated I would say petrochemicals and service sectors as well more pressure to preserve a longtime fight fish increase up to to preserve evidence as well so that explains the there were potential wave of mergers and acquisitions that we can see which are June to the twenty twenty crisis is as we mentioned all reporting investments are being cuts and that's something that is I would say quite similar to what we've seen and different in the previous downturns the only difference this year is it started in the first it right away back in the twenty fourteen twenty sixteen downtown if you remember a user it took a couple of years to see those degrees of twenty five point twenty point twenty five percent year on year in capital investment the state this year resting their heads globally in twenty twenty and in the region of the oil and gas sector is the one that takes him most of the major hates because in in in theory you would see a utilities and renewables they can the most hated but this year that the upstream I would say and on the downstream part of the business we take most of most of the hits we might see and can I just ask you can I just ask you on on that line of thought on the on anime I would rather go could it be because typically this MNA upstream and dine street is within borders it is within national parameters to deliver those efficiencies through MNA what is the probability of something much more radical happening and cross border Annonay within the oil and gas going forward as a result of the pressure from cove it this year I that's a great question mine is I think the probability is higher and that's something that we have been tracking in at last year actually before Kobe nineteen crisis starts it because we already started to see the change of the nature of the relationship between institutional investors as a whole including the largest ones like this summer twelve fines and the energy sector so the energy sector as a whole is is coming to twenty twenty with squeezed margins across the value chain I mean I can give you the example of a less than ten percent to the specific parts of the gas value chain where we can still see robust fundamentals and robust demand going forward and also the fact that the energy sector over the last decade has been delivering very very long wait times due to investors and shareholders compared to other sectors so I wouldn't be surprised if you see including differently including cross borders MNAs in in the future and the emergence of new business models because I think most of the nineteen one thing that we learned is our specialization of with not to be the rights of business strategy to go or and a bit more diversification and integration across the value chain to be able to to balance the risks yeah and and and have a comfortable second goal of the value chain in and not so good so you will see that measure our larger players more integrated and ready yeah after all I would say the problems are that you will get a circle in nineteen

Is Macy's Stock A Buy Ahead Of Reopenings? Here's What Earnings Show

MarketFoolery

02:21 min | 3 months ago

Is Macy's Stock A Buy Ahead Of Reopenings? Here's What Earnings Show

"Macy's is scheduled to come out with their first quarter report in a few weeks, but Preliminary results out today. Indicating macy's loss is going to be a little smaller than Wall Street was expecting. They've also raised four and a half billion dollars in debt to help shore up the balance sheet so. What do you think, Jason? It's? It's a little better for macy's. Yes, yeah I mean it. It is better in the sense that they bought themselves some more time. We always talk about, it's tough to use debt to get yourself out of debt in. Some, point down the line is gonNA. They're gonNA. Figure out how to reconcile that, but for now. I mean this does by the. Time which is really what they need most of. In a very close second is shoppers right? But I mean you go back a year? Okay, go back a year from from today we were talking about macy's and the challenges business was facing well before the pandemic ever hit. I mean at that point from two thousand fifteen on top line revenue had fallen eleven percent. Net income had fallen thirty three percent earnings per share were down twenty two percent, and then they burn through a considerable amount of cash long way round seventy percent of their cash balance. They burn through since two thousand fifteen as well so I mean. This was a business facing a lot of challenges a year ago. Fast forward today, and clearly those challenges have only grown. It's hard to imagine I. Mean we've talked this. JC Penney for so long. Does the world really need? JC? Penney mean we can ask the same thing. Does the world really need? macy's I mean I. Don't know if it really needs it. I I do feel like maybe there's. There's a bit bit more of a spot for macy's in our retail landscape. Here and I am hopeful. That management is able to weather the storm but I mean I it. It is going to be a monumental task. Going forward in, you know we still don't know how this This coming fall is really gonNA shake out I mean there are there is a there's enough uncertainty i. think in regard to what the fall season is gonNA. Look like here. As far as the pandemic goes, if we can get through the fall season with with relatively a mild conditions, this holiday season is going to be a pivotal time for macy's one where they can really capitalize, but for now yeah I, mean.

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Dollar General Corporation Reports First Quarter 2020

MarketFoolery

04:30 min | 4 months ago

Dollar General Corporation Reports First Quarter 2020

"It's Thursday may twenty eighth welcome the Markets Lori. I'm Chris L. Joining me from Florida. The one and only Dan Klein good to see my friend. Hey there Chris. It is a rainy week here in Florida. It is a rainy day here in the Alex so so I feel for at least for today. Only we've got some retail news. We've got some employment news. We've got entertainment news but we're going to start with dollar general. First quarter. Profit and revenue came in higher than expected for Dollar General. Same store sales. Were up nearly twenty two percent that is not a Typo that is not me misspeaking. Same store sales for dollar general up nearly twenty two percent just a monster quarter yeah. These numbers are incredible. And there's a reason for dollar. General is a business that serves people that are under served. They're generally neighborhood stores so a lot of their customer base can walk to them or it's a very short drive so at a time or under stay at home order shelter in place. Whatever you WANNA call it. This is the only option for some people who are otherwise taking the bus to go to a grocery store so you could have predicted this beforehand. This is a company that sells everything. Groceries toilet paper. You know your iphone charger breaks. They'll have an iphone charger cleaning supplies. I'm sure they adjusted merchandise. They're probably selling a lot less pool noodles right now But that type of stuff so these are stores that had a really strong supply chain. They're clustered tightly together. They can often be a mile apart. That's how narrow the area they they serve and they are. Fips up seventy three percent and there's no reason to believe this won't continue as long as we're in this current situation. You know it's an interesting thing to think about because Gerry Philbin. Is the CEO of dollar tree. Dollar Tree is the parent company of both dollar tree and family dollar an interview he gave on. Cnbc this morning and that was one of the questions that was put to him was essentially okay a year from now. What kind of comps expecting from you? Because dollar tree also came OUT WITH THEIR FIRST QUARTER REPORT. Not exactly the same type of cops to that. They were putting up but family dollar stores. I think the same store sales growth was about fifteen and a half percent. So I think it's going to be a really interesting thing to watch with. Both of these businesses is. Can they keep this going? Because one of the things Philbin said was look in in the wake of the great recession. There were a lot of customers who were just sort of trying out for the first time and we kept a lot of them so I think it'll be interesting to see the other thing. He said that I feel like I took this as an encouraging sign for all. Us consumers so whether you own dollar tree or dollar general one of the things Philbin talked about was the supply chain. And how in April household essentials were selling out in two hours? And that's getting better. That's better now. He didn't say they were sort of at full capacity sort of normal capacity but he did say he thinks they will get there and several weeks and I just thought well you know. That's that's I don't know it's it's encouraging news to think that whether it's dollar general dollar tree family dollar target Walmart whatever. Your Neighborhood Grocery story is if they can start getting back up to capacity for just those basic household essentials. We're all going to breathe a little easier. Yeah Chris I'll speak a little been anecdotally for first thing that's also important to point out. That dollar general is not a dollar store. They are a low price retailer so that gives them a lot of optionality by not having a sort of artificial price cap limit. I will say that I've been Awad. Recently that is a privately held chain of gas stations and convenience stores and they've had toilet paper and paper towels and doesn't seem to be a major run on the my wife has been in target and Publix and while she couldn't get the brand she wanted we were able to get that we've been able to order hand sanitizer on Amazon. It's hand sanitizer of brand. I've never heard of that. I hope is made of what they say. It's made of but that said it smells like ten sanitizer so I think the supply chain is largely returning to normal. The other thing we all heard about was Oh my God. We're going to run out of meat. There's a huge shortage of meat. And I can say that you don't have every cut of meat.

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Risks complicate reopenings as WHO warns 1st wave not over

KNX Evening News

06:08 min | 4 months ago

Risks complicate reopenings as WHO warns 1st wave not over

"Right now though there have been several guides to safely re opening the economy written by public health professionals setting out certain guidelines safeguards and requirements for line businesses to start up again a lot of cases states and counties are not meeting those guidelines but they're re opening anyway so with the talking to those public health professionals and that's what keeps them up at night now Dr Jonathan fielding is a professor of health policy at UCLA now but for sixteen years he served as the public health director for LA county and Jeremy can nine dike is at the center for global development now but during the Obama administration directed the U. S. C. ID's office of U. S. foreign disaster assistance where he led the response to the uble outbreaks will start with doctor feeling so it we we talk about stuff that's keeping you up at night what what specifically is keeping you up at night right now it was bothering me most is that people aren't really being consistent and listening to what public health folks are saying in terms of the very simple things assembly when we saw what happened in Orange County land of for one weekend that speech was open and it was not in Los Angeles county and there is a twenty two percent increase in the number of cases in Orange County is the in the weeks following means so people people they hate your has to be consistent and and we can't do that with the they're they're making decisions that are not in their best interest but that is if they get the sense that things are getting better so we need to make sure that people understand even though things are getting better the researchers still very substantial and staying at home ask issue assembly particularly and I'm concerned that that the politics is intruding in some of these areas for example the issue of churches and assembly where in fact if you have large numbers of people unfortunately you're going to be transmitting a lot of this this is this is a very very contagious disease and we need to treat it like that and it's not going to be over just because we're slowly trying to open up but on the other hand I am concerned we have to balance the economic issues with the public health issues and that's not easy Sir Jeremy with that set up how do you do that where do you find the balance and is the message of hard to get across still about the danger when we have just basically a patchwork out there of re openings yeah I I yeah I think the the notion of trying to balance the things against each other is a little bit it's a little bit misleading because it it and implies that you can take more risks on the help side that gives you more benefits on the economic side I think that that's not likely to be the case you know what what's driving down the economy is not just the set down or insult the people behavioral choices the fact that people don't feel safe to go to a restaurant they don't feel safe to go back to shopping centers they don't feel they can safely go back to their jobs and and so we see that even some of the states that have begun reopening kind of recklessly and I invite you to take Georgia George was late to close and early to open and did not meet the really any standards or metrics were for reopening well there was the polar Georgia this week so two thirds of the St still thinks it's not safe to go out and that the they're reopening to early and so the economy is not going to rebound as long as people feel unsafe and people are going to feel unsafe as long as the virus is out there uncontrolled so you know we really need to put a heavy focus as the doctor said consistency in bringing the virus back under control in the long run that's going to be the most rapidly to get the economy recovered as well Italy and Spain which are through the worst hit countries in Europe by that point in their academic at the U. S. is now at about eighty days in yes the really the the real start up of the epidemic they had seen a drop off from their peaks transmissible of about eighty percent in Italy and more than ninety percent of Spain we've only seen a drop over the same period about twenty eight percent in the U. S. so we are not doing enough to pretend that the democratic control and you know my fear and I get to your internal question what keeps me up is the idea that we're doing not quite enough to get the epidemic under control and that's going to mean we're going to be stuck with an ongoing epidemic and an ongoing economic collapse for very long time all right so back to doctor feeling there are two extremes that we're seeing on this and one extreme says you've got to open everything back up right now the there's an undercurrent even acknowledges that yeah some people are going to die but Hey you have to and it's only going to be the old and sick they're going to die I mean some people actually come out and basically said this but then on the other extreme you say we've got to keep everything completely shut down even more than we are now until there is a vaccine which extreme is closer to the truth well we're not gonna be comfortable until we have a vaccine Antilles and then until we achieve herd immunity which is not going to be immediately so I I think this discomfort is is probably a good thing but the people need to have the consistent behavior when they see that there has been a reduction in the number of cases and the things are opening up they say oh Gee I don't have to worry as much anymore that's what bothers me that there's a lot of people and and some say look the the all the all the mortality all the excess tester and old people and people with underlying conditions well you have a lot of the lot of the other a lot of the transmission is and the younger people even if they don't in general suffer the same digital risk of of serious consequences so but on the other hand I I do agree that we have to get people who feel comfortable going out and doing things and it's not just by seeing others is by having in fact the data that says you know you can do some things now that you probably shouldn't have done before and what we have so many natural experiments going on right now because every state is different and even parts of states are different than other parts of the state we're gonna have a lot of data to help us with this but it is unfortunately it's not always going to be in

Former Los Angeles county public health director says there are inconsistencies in reopening guidelines

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Former Los Angeles county public health director says there are inconsistencies in reopening guidelines

"Some health officials say we're re opening to recklessly returning everything back on extensively to save the economy but that may not matter yet according to Jeremy can nine dying for the center for global development who tells KNXV economy it's not going to rebound as long as people feel unsafe and people are going to feel unsafe as long as the viruses out there uncontrolled doctor Johnson feeling the former public health director for LA county tells K. nine three opening needs to be more cautious we saw what happened in Orange County when for one weekend that speech was open and it was not in Los Angeles county and there is a twenty two percent increase in the number of cases in Orange County he says he's worried there's a lot of inconsistency and re opening guidelines rob archer K. index in seventy newsradio

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US retail sales plunged a record 16% in April as virus hit

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

US retail sales plunged a record 16% in April as virus hit

"Another corona virus blow to the U. S. economy the commerce department says retail sales dropped by a record sixteen percent from March to April as business shutdowns caused by cold at nineteen kept shoppers away and threatened stores across the country the sharpest drops occurred at clothier it's electronic stores furniture stores and restaurants purchases at retailers are a major component of overall consumer spending which fuels about seventy percent of economic growth over the past twelve months retail sales have plunged nearly twenty two percent I'm Mike Kempen

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Of almost twenty two percent and the figures are still climbing particularly on that field of crime of which tonight's case from the files of your F._B._i.. Is a recent example the crime of robbery which is increased during the last six months almost fifty percent <music> ever since she saw that movie a couple of weeks ago which baby maybe stole the picture but grownups on the guys Ruth Patterson has been obsessed with three idea that her own two months old Ricky Gi is three times cuter to could've played the part ten times better that she and her husband frank should move to Hollywood and gets got the baby in the picture. That's <hes> they're still living in North Philadelphia but at the moment little ricky is well roughly translated that means bring me my upper body eh fertile.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Shipments of our of our views to dealers have fallen all in twenty two percent in the first five months of this year compared to the same time last year. Wow good man the R._v.. Industry woes illustrate how even the most American manufacturers kind of industries is trump has vowed to protect can be heavily exposed to tariffs in this globalized supply chain Michael Hicks a ball state university cut him as who tracks the industry said it's decline is far worse than he or other other analysts expected and could signal a wider economic downturn apparently R._V.. Sales are a really good indicator of the future. What's going to happen to the future of the U._S.? Economy it's it's one of those bellwethers for some reason of the economy I think I don't know if the story does say that the last three recessions were the R._v.. Industry was the first to say yeah here. We go things are getting bad because it's a it's a high hi in purchase and <hes> people start these stop spending money on things like that and start saving and here we go in the story. It's got some really nice pictures of some awesome R._V.'s yeah. Maybe they're not sale love to have in the listener rusty was telling us that let's see. I think the numbers are there on that. She Ray here. Is it like <hes> some some of the <hes>. Some of the companies are down to three days a week on employees. People are starting to be laid off at a lot of the R._v.. Plants many are having their five day workweek cut to four days a week. Some are at three days a week and several plants have already shut down completely to hang. Is this in Elkhart yeah so that's that's. That's the big R._V.. Area of the U._S. unemployment around here has been around two percent and has grown to L.. It's up S- point six percent since April. Chase just thought I'd share because last time the economy fell in Oh eight the R._v.. Industry was about a year ahead of the rest of the country wow but he says it's not looking good here. Trump needs to cancel the tariffs said I mean you wouldn't you wouldn't think of the R._V.. Industry necessarily when you're thinking about tariffs as that's one of the industry's it would be hardest hit by this but yeah because they rely so much on steal L. and aluminum obviously they are really. I don't know why he loves the tariff so much but he really does and it's hard to dissuade him from that strategy because he I guess he thinks it's working. It's it's kind of like his tweets. In my opinion they're just self inflicted wounds if he would just back and just even if he was just a middle of the road president with his policies you know gave a little to one side gave it a little further. He would totally win reelection just based on the way he's being being attacked incessantly by the left yeah and if he would just sit back he would coast to twenty twenty but these tweets in these tariffs are hurting people hurting Americans triple eight nine hundred thirty thirty three thousand three tomorrow. We gotta get into the N._F._l.. Training camp really kicking into gear pretty much everybody by tomorrow. We'll be in training camp N._F._l.. Season about to start the college football season is not are away. You know the first N._F._l.. preseason we season game is one week from tonight with the Falcons and Broncos is that the hall of fame game it is. That's is exciting five preseason games for the Falcons and Broncos just an extra chance for your favorite players to be injured. It's worth it because we get to watch football that way so that much more coming up tomorrow. I'm Pat Gray unleashed..

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Out twenty two percent or whatever that's not logical the thing is you can't just have this simple an argument between the savings in the credit card debt you have to have an over arching decision that the two of us are going to change our lives were cut up the credit card debt we're getting our cut up the credit cards are getting on a budget we're going to pay off the credit card debt we're going to clean up our financial mess and stupidity we're gonna save an emergency fund and then we're gonna save a down payment that's the only way it makes sense because he wants to buy a house for this money and we're gonna users might get out of that which is going to college a bit by house faster if you're buying a house properly and wisely but you need to get above this problem is that again we need to use your same faith credit card debt so I can run the credit cards back up that's what he hears and that's a really dumb idea I would not do that but you need to cut the credit cards up you need to be on a written plan you need to be on the two of you just completely dialed in and then you're ready to go that the in all ways you're working an overall plan then it makes sense to do this otherwise it doesn't show good question thanks for joining us hi folks in Sacramento listen now we'll bring in our fall smart conference event to Sacramento November the sixteenth the first time the entire smart conferences been in Sacramento this is the day long event the touches every area of your life it's the best minds the best riders the best selling authors on any subject out there having to do with your life team and millennial expert Anthony o'neill will be with us marriage and relationship expert Dr les Parrott will be with us Dr make maker the country's leading authority on parenting teens and children's health so we got parenting we got marriage we've got inspiring leadership expert John o'leary is gonna be with this team and millennial expert again talking about kids Anthony meal Ramsey personality is going to be with this Chris Hogan national bestselling author expert on the every day millionaire it's going to be with us can Kalman Ramsey personalities gonna be speaking on your career getting into the job you love getting in the career you will love it absolutely is going to blow you away tickets for this all day event you would pay this for one of these people.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WLAC

"Includes investment planning tax planning estate, planning wins, the best time to take social security. What about taxation of social security benefits how best to handle that everything comprehensive planning to prepare for retirement? Or if you're in retirement to help, you get the most out of those years, you know, one of the things that he comes in this tax season says a great time to be talking about taxes. A great time to be talking ways that you can be more tax efficient both with your investments in how you take income in retirement, this'll make sure that you're able to attain and maintain your standard of living quality of life and never have to worry about running out of money when it comes to investing one of the things there's a tax efficient way that you can set up portfolios. We're going to get into some of the tips for how you can get the most out of your portfolio. Out of your investments in the market while at the same time minimizing risk, and of course, minimizing taxes and this being taxed time, I have a special guest with me today. My good friends special guest, Dr Friday with Dr Fridays fanantic tax and financial firm over in Brentwood, Tennessee now. Friday, I've known for many many years and she by the way has a radio show that she does on Saturday. The doctor Friday show. This is on news channel news. Channels ninety nine point seven WTN talk. So this is and of course, we're we're we also have a show that TV show. I don't know. If you watch sevens. This is called the retirement report is also on news channel five. Plus, this is in fact today, it's it's a live show eight to nine and this weekend Friday on his gas. I've been we're doing a lot of tax stuff this weekend. The TV show Friday morning, which is going to be repeating. I get to those times as well. As her show yesterday in my show today. The retired report one of the things on TV. We did the same thing I've been doing a lot about taxes here of late courses being the season. So tax efficient income is one of those areas and I see clients coming in. Weekly that have not really paid much attention or thought much about this planning. And in fact, many times I see where where someone has taken money out of retirement account and paid maximum taxes as opposed to ways that they could reduce in other words, understanding how our tax system works. The progressive nature of our tax code and how you can by keeping yourself into smaller like twelve percent bracket. I in instead of a twenty two percent bracket, the savings that can be had and how you can do that. And still get the income that you need again to attain a maintain your standard of living. And that's what we all want to do. We just want to be able to have that lifestyle. Whether it's maintaining our current lifestyle or ideally, even adding to that lifestyle and having some fun money to really enjoy those retirement years. I mean think about it when every day is Saturday, and you no longer half contact clocking go into work. You know, what a what better time you've got more free time. Now, it's good to have the money to be able to make the most. Of that time and enjoy your life. Whether any maybe it's just, you know, doing some things with the grandkids. Maybe it's travel whatever it is for you. That's what this is about is helping you get the most out of your retirement years. And that's what I've been doing now for almost thirty years. Oh, my goodness time flies when you're having fun. Big boy so much though. One of the things in my you know, I've known Friday now since we're throwing out numbers right about one years. No, it's so. One of the things we work together. It's a team effort with my clients one of the things when we come in for a for the first time, and we talk we talked about finding out what what do you have for income? Would you have for expenses? What do you have for assets liabilities? We do up a plan for you based on that. And that plans going to include taking into consideration things like inflation and taxes and rate of return on your money. What we're looking at are MD's, and what taxation is going to be on those. We're looking at basically all the factors that are going to impact your your income and therefore your lifestyle over your retirement years and help you then make sure you have the strategies think about if you could make decisions today. All right. And you knew what the outcome was going to be wouldn't it be easier? When you're sitting there, and you're thinking, well, just like social security..

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"And yeah, twenty two percent usage is is okay, but if the guy's supposed to be running the show that's on the low side and also that his efficiency was augmented by shooting away higher. Percentage of the rim than he has at any point in his career. Now, maybe that's just who he is and it's not like Orlando was this bastion for spacing. So it's not like it was this anomalous, you know, away says in his career that that was so good that he's never going to get back to the probably a better spacing on the Pels this year. But you have on that way and then defensively, this is something you and I talked about watching the magic last year and then a little bit actually watching the sons was that Peyton, you know, good looks like capable physically, all that kind of stuff that he should be better defensively than he is. And so you see that in Orlando as a team while he was there and this is not plink our defenses, not what determines a teams, whether they stop somebody or not. But as a team, they had this same thing where it was like, they look like they should stop people and then they absolutely didn't. And so what that wasn't his fault, but he was a contributing factor. Elfriede Peyton seventy. Second in the NBA in RPM among point guards last year, negative two point. Oh, six, negative one point. Nine, five of that was on the defensive end. And then remember, you know, your average point guard. Is going to be above zero on offense of RPM as well. Because point guard just generally have more of skill. Smaller players have more often skill centers or the other way around there usually positive on defense in negative on offense. Just your average center. So compared to his position, I mean, negative zero point. One offense of RPM is not great either. So he has not been affected does have the physical talent. I mean, and he'll get steals. He's any can be hardly be any worse than Rondo was on switches last year Rondos. One of the worst players in the NBA guarding bigger players on switches. He would just completely give up as I wrote about in the no defense team piece for the athletic that I picked up from Tim Kawakami this year, by the way, subscribe to the athletic at the f. logic dot com. Slash Couchbase.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KNSS

"Years after starting, treatment compared to those on standard, care they say? Facebook has warned that revenue growth would slow in, the second half of the year, and said, that expensive Would grow faster than revenue next year sending shares plummeted as much as twenty two percent over concerns about the impact of privacy issues on the social media's company's business researchers have found, evidence of an existing Babayev liquid water on, Mars what a story what they believed to be a lake that sits, under the. Planet south polar cap is about twelve miles across it's a great. Story here's Mike baron noted author and researcher on. Mars Mike this. Is a great story but I have a feeling you already knew this yeah you. This about about seventeen years ago although let's really kinda surprising vocation it is in the south polar region area. And you know, it's it's weird because as I look at. The images that have been released around this announcement what I. Can see is that some of the area there's. Some really interesting looking stop on top of this lake like things that have a, lot of rectangular angles to them and the kind of thing they normally look for when you're looking for something artificial So I mean could it be that this is actually something where this lake was maybe servicing. A civilization or something that was actually you know. In operating, there and using the water to it's an interesting question that I'm going to have to dig into now but I looked at this a little closer how come it's not frozen Mike while the. Reason it's not, frozen it's because it's it's very briny for one thing it means it. Contains a lot of salt so the. The freezing temperatures much. Much higher are much, much lower and in fact, it's, really not all that cold, down there by mar standards it gets anywhere from. About, ten degrees below zero to one hundred, degrees below zero so the biggest reason basically is that it salt water it's. Very briny which, is, again something that was predicted quite a while ago when we get find some subsurface water, on Mars that that would be the consistency and NASA, you know and they're researchers are finally coming around to that, realization standby Mike more stories are coming just around the corner and coast-to-coast will be all right back in just a moment don't touch your dial.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The pipelines stocks finally be ready to get some lift even as the price of oil is getting slammed here take n bridge the canadian come there are price the longest most fiscal crude oil liquids transportation system on earth they carry the vast majority of the crew the united states imports from canada they also have a fantastic natural gas network courtesy its acquisition of spectra energy and the avenue nice sideline in renewables the portfolio of wind solar geothermal power generation assets when donald trump won the election twenty sixteen a lot of people figured that his pro fossil fuel pro construction policies would be boom for the pipeline industry but it sure hasn't quite worked out that way early this year we got ready to a ruling that hurt the whole industry plus these stocks are all high yielding dividend knaves embers has a five point eight percent yield so they were getting punished because rates for rising but in the last few weeks embers is finally caught some lift thanks to a couple of different catalysts in late june they got some important approvals from the state of minnesota for new pipeline project then we learned the bridges salience natural gas gathering division to brookfield infra for four point three billion in canadian dollars put it all together in the stock is now twenty two percent from its lows in late april so could this be ready to war or do we need to be concerned that the recent rally could run out of steam now that the price of wales come back down let's take a closer look with al monica he's the presidency of embers find out more about how his company is doing and where it is headed mr monica welcome back to mad money by then thanks for having us back l it's been more than a year now since you close the biggest deal you've ever done spectra i want to get a sense on what is done for your company and what it means for the future for sure jim well if you roll back the tape a little bit here we were pretty much a single purpose although a very strong single purpose focus on the liquids pipelines business out of western canada and into the us we essentially transform that picture into one that now includes what we think is the best natural gas franchise business in north america plus we added another utility so we've got a very large utility based gas utility base now in north america one of the largest and and and fastest growing frankly so we're set up really well for the future you've also made some dramatic changes you've done your best sell some noncore assets get that dead picture better but you've also simplify your structure something and i'm really thrilled about it makes it much easier understand what end bridge really what you're getting with these were necessary right both because of.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The pipelines stocks finally be ready to get some lift even as the price of oil is getting slammed here take n bridge the canadian come there are price the longest most fiscal crude oil liquids transportation system on earth they carry the vast majority of the crew the united states imports from canada they also have a fantastic natural gas network courtesy its acquisition of spectra energy and the avenue nice sideline in renewables the portfolio of wind solar geothermal power generation assets when donald trump won the election twenty sixteen a lot of people figured that his pro fossil fuel pro construction policies would be boom for the pipeline industry but it sure hasn't quite worked out that way early this year we got ready to a ruling that hurt the whole industry plus these stocks are all high yielding dividend knaves embers has a five point eight percent yield so they were getting punished because rates for rising but in the last few weeks embers is finally caught some lift thanks to a couple of different catalysts in late june they got some important approvals from the state of minnesota for new pipeline project then we learned the bridges salience natural gas gathering division to brookfield infra for four point three billion in canadian dollars put it all together in the stock is now twenty two percent from its lows in late april so could this be ready to war or do we need to be concerned that the recent rally could run out of steam now that the price of wales come back down let's take a closer look with al monica he's the presidency of embers find out more about how his company is doing and where it is headed mr monica welcome back to mad money by then thanks for having us back l it's been more than a year now since you close the biggest deal you've ever done spectra i want to get a sense on what is done for your company and what it means for the future for sure jim well if you roll back the tape a little bit here we were pretty much a single purpose although a very strong single purpose focus on the liquids pipelines business out of western canada and into the us we essentially transform that picture into one that now includes what we think is the best natural gas franchise business in north america plus we added another utility so we've got a very large utility based gas utility base now in north america one of the largest and and and fastest growing frankly so we're set up really well for the future you've also made some dramatic changes you've done your best sell some noncore assets get that dead picture better but you've also simplify your structure something and i'm really thrilled about it makes it much easier understand what end bridge really what you're getting with these were necessary right both because of.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Because of you i don't believe that and i think that they they tried to follow up on that research because they believe the feary and they saw this association but when they did the follow up research it was fascinating because they did a study the could never be done today there was unethical was nine thousand patients in mental institutions who are captive they gave half of them high saturated fat diet and half the vegetable oil or cornell and they were sure that the cornell group would do better have less heart attacks less deaths and in fact their cluster all dropped on the cornell but their heart attack rate and death rate was dramatically increased for every twenty thirty point drop in cholesterol there was a twenty two percent increase in heart attack and they suppress that data for forty years because they didn't believe it and they didn't wanna publish it and it was just published a couple years ago so yeah that's the minnesota coronary survey angela keys was one of the primary investigators and you're right it was the biggest most ambitious test ever funded by the national institutes of health of his hypothesis right and they and at the end of that study what happened was did actually publish it in nineteen seventy nine but the but that was sixteen years after they had finished the study so they study results come out they don't publish him for sixteen years and they finally put it in this little out of the way journal that nobody will read and when the one of the investigators was asked why wait so long because it is of course a form of cheating and science onto publisher results and he said well there was nothing wrong with our data we were just so disappointed in the way it turned out.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"No it's not it's not beyond the rebel possibility and right now as a republican governors association has a poll out that shows that walkers approval rating is twenty two percent now i haven't seen it that low anywhere else morning consoles has already around twenty nine percent i've seen another pull that has a thirty eight percent but thirty eight percent is still really bad going into election avenue in combat when you have the have the bully pulpit for all these years so somewhere between thirty percent and twenty two percents so i'd say morning coffee right up twenty eight twenty nine percent approval rating and i think frank murkowski only got eighteen percent of the vote when he was running against sarah palin and john bentley so we could see walker losing now i do not think that that mark baggage was jumping unless you really sees a clear path to victory because can't afford another loss no he can't i mean effectively if he were to lose it could really put a nail in his coffin win bullet wouldn't be good and he's so smart he probably well so i think that he's still considering it and i i think he's gonna do it ooh see i'm hoping he doesn't because frankly the only way i wanted to get in was if it was a three way race if walker actually ran as an independent right because i think that the democrats and it helps it helps our candidate whoever what being here's what can happen you know walker's got a little bit of a standoff because it's biggest wins the primary then walker can just say you know i think i'll go ahead and run as an independent and that he could be a spoiler into to the republicans just to get back addictive it could happen but you're right i a three way would definitely hand it to the republicans is let me tell you i think that somebody like mike dunleavy or scott hoch hawkins or mike chenault would rather face they'll walker then mark baggage.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Thoughts on that well and i don't necessarily disagree but remember you do not pay taxes on this new conversion at the effective rate it's not like you can do another ten thousand dollars and only pay five point nine percent no i understand you're twenty two percent bracket or i don't know where you are the brackets but and as long as you have room in the current bracket theater in or i makes a lotta sense you know what the cost is going to be and you can make a determination how am i willing to pay the tax on that but it's not the effective rate is the marginal rate you're gonna pay the taxes at i understand but but given those credits if i if i exceed my current margin and go into the next bracket it the the credit still bring it down to a fairly attractive than effective tax rate correct long as you don't go so high that you start losing the the credits then you're doing fine yes if you say that i'm gonna do ten thousand dollars in it and you put it into your spreadsheet your accounting approves it and he says this is going to raise my taxes by federal taxes by twelve hundred bucks i'm willing to do that yes i'll do that at some point you put in another ten well that's going to do another twelve hundred bucks i put it in another ten and that now raises a twenty two hundred okay that's not not as exciting that last ten so at some point you're going to jump brackets start losing credits and you're gonna say that's not as effective as i wanted to be and i don't want to go that high i gotcha so watch the watch the watch the limits for the credit while the credits and the brackets at your currently in and see look at different amounts you figure ten thousand twenty thousand you just of keep doing your spreadsheet okay at what point does that incremental cost start going up to a point where i'm not comfortable paying that incremental cost got you i understand completely can i ask a second related question sure on the on the conversion i've already done i'm probably going to need to pay an estimated tax follow filed a ten forty es does that have to be in the quarter that you do the.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The wind is gonna landover everything car and all but when it rains it's gonna wash off your screen and closure and end up in your pool so it's kind of a double dipper there your screen is a big filter so if you're losing water in your pool and you want to determine if you have a problem you wanna call my good friends over at florida leak locators they are amazing at what they do so the four you say do i have a league think about the elements it hasn't rained we had humidity on friday or thursday of twenty two percent no wonder you're using chapstick on your lips to keep your lips hydrated is the humidity is so low and what is that doing it's drying out your skin it's also evaporating water out of your swimming pool so don't be afraid to put water in your pool because you want to operate your pool at its current correct water level which is at the center of your scammer so as you're trying to get all that pollen off your pool circulations key but if you're trying to get all that debris off your pool the surface and you don't want to net or vacuum pulled turn your pool main drain off turn the lineup let us suck to the scammer but pay attention to the skimmer i have an unscreened pool i have to skimmers in my pool the reason i have to skimmers in my pool is because my pool is larger than four hundred square feet now i see a lot of my competitors outbuilding swimming pools and what do they do they put once camera a pool that's six hundred square feet oh come on got well you know but that's member rob the price you pays the value receive you're supposed to demonstrate proper hundred percent flow off the.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For a loss of twenty two percent and that's the steepest drop for the stock since those accounting errors first came to light all right dave wilson thank you so much economics has come and stay wilson with his stock of the day just watching some of our live blogs here on facebook lina wang or technology reporter saying that though the company facebook beat on revenue its daily active user account slightly missed estimates that's one of the most important metrics that whilst who cares about that's partly why the shares are trading down here in the after hours and we are seeing uh facebook down about three percent this is bloomberg the to the nathan hager renault's award from these headlines from his perch norman it wants to use in washington dc the core the fbi says it has grave concerns about the accuracy of a classified memo on the russia investigation an unusual public statement the fbi says it has had only a limited opportunity to review the fourpage document prepared by republicans on the house intelligence committee now that committee's chairman devon noon as put out his own statement saying the fbi's welcome to make public all the information it has on what he calls abuses meantime cnn is reporting president trump asked deputy attorney general rod rosenstein if he's quote on my team president reportedly sought rosenstein is loyalty in a meeting last month rosenstein appointed special counsel robert muller after the president fired fbi director james comey presidents calling for major infrastructure improvements in his state of the union but plans to ask congress for only two hundred billion dollars in seed money bloomberg serve chapman has more from washington members of both parties complain about potholes but jarrett seeberg senior watching an analyst at count and company has getting agreement on a bill will still be a tough slog one point five trillion dollars there's a reluctance among republicans to spend this money and so we have a situation where everybody wants to do and infrastructure bill but nobody knows how to pay for fever gathered in the bloomberg a you that if president trump as usual leaves that the congress the factional splits in his own party let alone with the.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The way to twenty two percent and that goes up two hundred and sixty five thousand a little bit more than the twenty five percent bracket so there's another forty plus if you make a hundred and sixty five thousand dollars you're probably looking at about six thousand dollars potentially in in savings now again i would look at that and say okay left pocket i got six grand in right pocket i don't get the right off the twenty thousand bucks i paid in state income tax i can only right off ten of it so i'm going to lose three thousand bucks there so now my six thousands down to three thousand you see it giveth with one hand you take away with the other but by and large most people in the middle class will get a raise most business owners will end up in better shape especially if you are a sink corporation and you've got foreign assets that's a big bonanza is that a giveaway to the rich you've gotta make that call i tend to think that there's a whole lot on rich companies and rich people that were willing to give me a job at one point in time so that i can go out eventually and and become my own employer and i i don't employ anybody anymore but i used to have one hundred employees and i would really appreciate this this kind of a tax plan even though it probably would not have benefitted me personally based on the numbers that i'm talking about here but of those 100 employees i think it would have benefited ninety five percent of them and that's really how the economy can hopefully take off going forward pretty interesting stuff okay a few other things i want to get to gop tax bill expands the medical expense deduction memories talks about the threshold would have to be ten percent well it used to be seven and.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

"The rest of us are dan good afternoon good afternoon guy i want to make him at a point about the fox hole uh and dan i heard it on the radio yesterday my them rush limbaugh he said that the at amal jia in that poll has plus two percent republican whereas in the state itself the voted about twenty twenty two percent republicans so they've skew that uh away from a republican republicans say think if you if you were to assume that was 22 percent actually um dump cia or i'm sorry more would have a ten percent lead yeah i've heard the same thing and i haven't been able to corroborate that are all and and i gotta tell you that in some cases they pick and choose their tax with also uh why would what reflects what would slots news uh motivation b for that will know that the lean right we know that they have been very uh yeah you know supportive not supportive necessarily but they've certainly allowed those that support judge more plenty of access to their channel up he's the motivation be for them to signing amish sankoh is if they're not they're not hannah maybe they believe that habitat the time it's going to be given that william out of hungary's will stay home and maiming you know they'll they'll be a twopercent only a two percent plus two percent but i don't believe that but maybe that the information that they have an out of there being dishonest to just that's the way they see it but i don't hit that way the other thing is uh you mentioned uh polls were you actually speak the people that happened with trump a lot of trump voters did not want to admit i'm a form that they are voting for trump i think you find the same thing with more they don't want to admit it there a little bit ashamed of it needed because interrogation so you might not have the most honest results there could be just my opinion i've met him out no i die and i think that's a question for a lot of us who are you most were more likely to be truthful too but i also noticed something about trump supporters are not bashful they're pretty straightforward i don't know of to.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To be a bad joke i receive don't find many investors to bullish on brick and mortar these days and the big news i think that really probably has the most cases is walmart's big push into online and again another big behemoth competitor online who's willing to sacrifice those margins just to get the market share it's a very tough environment for for retailers while i was gonna say take a look at gap writer jaffna shares are up twenty two percent this year so you've got to ask yourself if you have a gaining gap what do you do to sell it now order your you know you wait for the holiday season and perhaps one the weather read of it's not a i mean it was pretty warm recently fell the weather affects everything doesn't it weather even days close the retail sales thanks very much a seamer shards consumer discretionary analyst with bloomberg intelligence and head blogger at mlive go we've got mike regan joining us aren't now let's go to washington dc and put it on one needs from ordinance he lines because she's got world and national headlines nancy that's right pam president trump will be making a speech on iran today ahead of sunday's deadline to address compliance with the agreement bloomberg steve washington correspondent kevin tsa really on what's likely expect that his actually had to certify recertify the iran nuclear deal twice that once but twice his presidency this is the moment where he is essentially decertify he's taking if the congress they're going to have sixty days sixty days to renegotiate this deal and it'll be interesting to see what they come up with because quite frankly we're not hearing much of what lawmakers we'll do the white house says the obama administration while negotiating the deal had quote myopic focus on iran's nuclear programme to the exclusion of the regime's many other malign activities what president trump says he's cutting off the subsidies that are paid to health insurers to help lower income people with their copays and other costsharing that announcement followed is signing of an executive order yesterday to.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Up twenty two percent little bit of profittaking has gone on since the open most of their employees are in the boston area would it the facility dallas gene hundred fourteen 100 employees in massachusetts yeah this is the they're going to be celebrating down inside southie tonight i can tell you the big thing that they saw yesterday they released results from a study of a uh triple cocktail of three different drugs that they produce and what wall street was looking for is about a two and a half percent improvement in some lung function measures would they got was a nine point six percent improvement and so the stock went through the roof today this is for pages of cystic fibrosis right yet zack that's really this is at the winter ponies at the risk than this company and they are but there's no one else who had delayed does not really that many treatments for fibrosis i mean it's it's taking charge a lot yet eatery it doesn't affect a ton of people and so it's kind of been one of these orphan diseases that no one's really developed a lot of good treatments for there's no cure for it and so this is something that has the ability to have a huge impact in a lot of lives special fishing you think about the global aspect of the other thing i wonder about a come a drug like this is expensive drug first of all the up but qin somebody in russia afford bite or somebody in india who stuff suffering from cystic well it won't be the same price i mean we know that drugs are priced differently depending on the market they go into i just look at it from the perspective of what it does for the potential quality life for half the people born with cystic fibrosis don't live past aged thirty eight i did not know that half the people that don't live past age thirty eight says this is a blockbuster this is a proposal is not actually a blockbuster csa blockbuster would be a drug that it's the masses right this is a relatively small disease.

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