35 Burst results for "Two Quarters"

Merck to Help Johnson & Johnson Make Its Covid-19 Vaccine

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Merck to Help Johnson & Johnson Make Its Covid-19 Vaccine

"Biden is set to announce that merck will help to make the johnson and johnson kobe. Nineteen vaccine zoom is soaring today after a better than expected quarter and better than expected guidance. And neil the chinese electric vehicle maker is under pressure after a water that expected loss per share for its latest quarter and after the ceo of the company warned of shortage and chips and batteries which will force a slow down in production in the second quarter of this year

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All-Stars Embiid, Simmons lead 76ers past Dallas 111-97

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

All-Stars Embiid, Simmons lead 76ers past Dallas 111-97

"The seventy Sixers picked up their fourth win in their last five games with a one eleven ninety seven victory over the Mavericks Philadelphia led by three in the second quarter when they took control of the nineteen to run that was capped by a three point basket by Seth curry they sealed the win with eleven to third quarter run shake Milton hit a jumper to give the Sixers a twenty six point lead twelve and B. had a game high twenty three points look at dodges had nineteen for Dallas Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Gobert, Clarkson lead Jazz to 114-89 rout of Lakers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Gobert, Clarkson lead Jazz to 114-89 rout of Lakers

"The Utah Jazz run the home win streak to fifteen games with a one fourteen eighty nine victory over the Los Angeles Lakers Rudy Gobert had eighteen points on eight of twelve shooting plus nine rebounds for the game which Utah took control of with a thirty nine point second quarter you know we know we can score no cancel anytime and you know it's a it's just a matter for us of being able to take a manageable almost stops move the ball and specially when you should treat when you when you have a team of sure does like we do and a pretty fast Jordan Clarkson also scored eighteen points with thirteen coming in that second period while Donovan Mitchell had a double double with thirteen points and ten rebounds lebron James scored nineteen points for the Lakers who dropped their fourth straight contest I'm Jim Bernard

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Malik Monk scores 29 points, Hornets cool off Suns 124-121

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Malik Monk scores 29 points, Hornets cool off Suns 124-121

"Malik monk came off the bench to score twenty nine points twenty in the second quarter as the Hornets overcame a seventeen point deficit to defeat the sons one twenty four one twenty one somebody else to put it in and every game all N. whoever Stephanopoulos on Google finally is in that's that's always been a team in and that's also turned the mellow ball in Gordon Hayward each added twenty as Charlotte shut down a late Phoenix rally Devin Booker led the Suns with thirty three points but he missed a three point shot at the buzzer that would have tied the game towards him Phoenix

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Recap: Celtics Beat Hawks in Game 2, Robert Williams Explodes

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

03:03 min | Last week

Recap: Celtics Beat Hawks in Game 2, Robert Williams Explodes

"To the thing that was more interesting and remarkable off of this game. And again, I think it was I think it's hard to argue. It wasn't robbed fans. He was just so interesting. But I mean that stretch where it's basically like steel block back door make a nice pass dunk l u and like Bobby tweeted about it from the Celtics account, you know, the game went to From mildly competitive to a blowout during those Rob Williams second quarter minutes there and that was basically the ball game, but the guys just so freaking elected. He probably had like eleven fouls tonight. I think he only got called for 4 or so before he got going on the set. You just talked about he wrapped up capella and like one of the first place of the second I Tice took another fellow from him. I'm sure sure you get that and then there was a third player like wrapped up reddish. So by halftime he had six fouls, but they only call three and then by the end of the night he got away with another one. We were going re fellow there. So realistically he realistically at $8,000 I wouldn't do it. So that was the most unfortunate game and the Exact Staffing was at the start of that structure was 33 to 24 and then at the end after all his dunks and layups and Steals and box that was 51 the 37 and that was pretty much the game. Dude was awesome. And it's funny because we always talk about let's just see the Celtics just love it up there. Right just throw it to Rob and let's see what happens and then he does like the most Rob like we knew he was capable of this sort of athleticism incredible man. Like that was caught it tapped. It one-handed in his hand eye coordination is just through the roof. Yeah, like that's the kind of play where you're like, wait a minute. Like if not that it's not one of those. Okay, if he does it every single night as well change everything but like just that open opportunity if he's able to get more comfortable get these reps in man like that. It just opened my eyes to how how explosive this office could truly be when with Rob in the middle of doing what he did. He was doing everything on both ends something like he was somebody tweeted it jokingly just way to your point was like, I wonder what this offense would look like if they just robbed if they just loved it to rub on every possession, you know, it's like legit and we always joke like that but like he made it look so smooth as well. Wait a minute. Why don't we do that more often wage? And also here is you do see the other side though, the ridiculous goaltending all the files were so like absurd and he easily could have ended up taking himself out of this one and having a game. So you do see both sides of the debate here where there's just an enormous level of upside. But also these like just absurd things. He does that you just can't do out there that end up getting them home games and you only had 16 minutes in this one in the end because of all the following and mistakes and miscues. He jumped into a couple of Shooters on the three-point line and it's like you're right John there's more good than bad. But the bad is so bad like just inexcusable stuff.

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Bucks snap 5-game skid with 98-85 victory over Thunder

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Bucks snap 5-game skid with 98-85 victory over Thunder

"The bucs season worst five game losing streak is over after Yanis intent to coop of furniture twenty nine points a season high nineteen rebounds and eight assists in at ninety eight eighty five downing of the founder of the lose that could include in now is not that you know who won a game now we feel good about ourselves only lose a game is so bad about ourselves it's always the same Khris Middleton added twenty points and help Milwaukee set a season low for points allowed the game was tied at forty two late in the second quarter before the box began in eighteen oh run after trailing by as many as twenty two in the third quarter Oklahoma City rallied in the final period and got the margin down to eighty three seventy six before losing Luthor had a team high seventeen points for the thunder I'm Dave Ferrie

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Hasbro, Mattel Say Toy Boom Isn't a One-Off

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Hasbro, Mattel Say Toy Boom Isn't a One-Off

"Last night. We got a terrific from the tell. That's the iconic toymaker. What happens the soccer name. No kidding it actually said because day reminding. Managers found hard to get excited too worried about the ready crew. Gresley bidding up the canvas stocks. But make no mistake. Mattel's doing great. Ceo on crisis orchestrated effort. -nificant turnaround here. And let's have got yet another confidence-inspiring aspiring quarter. The country poorer top and bottom line with bush guide for twenty twenty one in response suck actually spiked. Three percent in early trading. Getting dragged down by the on weeds. What i'm calling the rest of the market. So could this really have room to run. Let's take a closer look with you on crises. The turnaround orders chairman. Ceo patel real. These results michigan. Welcome back demand money. Jim it's great to be here in on your manager word when things weren't doing waste things weren't doing well when things that down very low you said things are starting to get better. This was the finest fourth quarter in fifteen years despite a worldwide pandemic. Talmadge do it. Yes jim this was an exceptional quarter for mattel without best performance in years with strong consumer demand and another milestone near for the company for the second quarter in a row which have double digit sales growth without grace. The industry in gain share on a global basis but are results excited expectation on many levels with the highest fourth quarter growth in fifteen years as you said with a significant increase in profitability with a full year operating income. That was two and a half times higher than than last year. But this is not just about the quarter or the year. It's about a multi year strategy that is tracking very well which puts us on in a strong position to continue to increase profitability and etc growth. In two thousand twenty one and beyond what i liked about it but these were all fantastic numbers but you told me one day jim this company which has terrible cash flow can make fortunes on everything that it does put out so when barbie has a plus eighteen percent quarter number one toy property globally in twenty twenty doll- but boy you're making a lot more money off each barbie even though they're more interesting fascinating diverse inclusive than any of the line. At that i've ever seen as we made significant progress improving. Our ability. Gross margin has increased for the tenth consecutive quarter. And this is only getting better and stronger in terms of cash flow if you look at the journey that we've achieved last three years. Gross margin improved over. Eleven hundred points are cash flow improved by almost five hundred million dollars and our operating income is up more than six hundred and fifty million dollars so very strong performance on the bottom line. And we're making good progress on the top line as well. This was the second quarter in the row where we improve our top line by double digit. You're making it look easy. There was a time. When i first met who. I looked at your balance sheet and i question you're you're not your visibility your viability. The viability certainly taken off the table. Visibilities take off the table. At this point. I now have to wonder. You've got this great balance sheet now. I mean really is you've delivered. You have the number one of the industry you ever. American girl turnaround. Is it time to do something. Even were used something. The entertainment industry that you used to be king of come on free cash flow has steadily improved over the last three years we went from a negative three hundred and twenty five million dollars in two thousand seventeen to a positive one hundred and sixty seven million dollars this year going forward will will be focused on converting an increasing percentage of our ebitda into free cash flow and as we've previously stated we intend to utilize cash to reduce our debt and improve on balance sheet even further given the expectation for higher and more asian of cash. We expect to Continue to reduce our leverage ratio. And make our way towards an investment grade rating.

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Why CMOs Get Fired: Results Do Not Equal No Results Plus An Excuse

Lochhead on Marketing

08:31 min | 3 weeks ago

Why CMOs Get Fired: Results Do Not Equal No Results Plus An Excuse

"Do not equal no results plus an excuse one of things. I love about sales by way of example is sales is pretty binary. Yeah they're make your number you miss your number or exceed your number and in sales if you miss your number couple of quarters in a row two quarters out of four you just gotta start being worried about your job and if you're a ceo. Certainly ceos of public companies. Don't get to miss very many quarters. And even if you're a private company you don't wanna be missing your numbers and so at the end of the quarter. The ceo has to stand up and tell the world and investors. How the company did that quarter and the interesting thing. If you're a public company is wall street doesn't give a shit why you missed the numbers. So if you're not he hitting or beating your numbers every quarter. They don't care. It's like the like a kid that sticks us their fingers in the net. We're not listening. They're just gonna tank your stock and if you're going you're going into the penalty box for a two minute minor and if it was a really big miss it'll be a five minute major. Those are hockey terms. If you're not familiar with hockey and so as a ceo you live and die by the numbers every quarter and as a head of sales chief revenue officer vp assails Whatever whatever whatever title is head of sales That's true too and the reality is that should be true in marketing as well so results do not equal no results plus excuse and i knew that i was getting somewhere in my life in terms of training myself to produce results when i didn't even give a shit about my own excuses so when you can't stand your own excuses for For not producing results. You're probably getting somewhere okay. So now this sort of leads us to the question. Okay so what. What are the marketing results that matter because there's lots of things that marketing do you could say. Oh we build a new website that that that's a result it might matter. It might not matter but it's definitely a result so let's talk about the results that matter i think at the highest level. There's only three things that marketing organizations should be focused on number one design and dominate category. That matters number to drive revenue near term mid and longterm and number three create enduring value as measured by market cap or company valuation. We wanna be creating the most valuable company in a category. That matters okay. So let's just hit those three things again number. One design dominated a category. That matters number to drive. Revenue and number three create enduring value as measured by company value market cap valuation and ultimately our objective is to become the most valuable company in the category. That's how you know you're the category queen now. If you focused on just those three results it can be very clarifying on a number of dimensions. And i'll get to that in a sec. Let's talk about why those three things matter so much number one design dominate category. That matters i think that is the seminal be hag the seminal focus of the entire executive team and frankly company itself and if your company's not focused on that i don't know what you're doing number to drive revenue you know there's a lot of cmo's who get all wrapped around the axle about leads or sales off the website or this or that or the other look creating leads driving revenue in the business. These are not hard things you got to go. Do them the work that the doing of the work is real work. But it's not rocket surgery So if you need to drive revenue you probably need traffic to your website. So go to the traffic store and buy some and get really good at converting traffic into customers. And there's a million marketing podcasts and books and and all sorts of tools and tricks and tips we can do to drive revenue but the bottom line is as marketers. We have to be illu air. Wars and ground wars the high level strategic steph and the ground level revenue tactical stuff in the truth. Is you gotta do both. It's not an either or it's a both and legendary. Cmo's particularly when you start your new job. go to the driving revenue. I if you want to score points internally drive some revenue sit down with your head of sales. You're ceo and say what do we need to do to create massive revenue upside problems in this company and get busy on that if you get overly focused on the strategic particularly early on in your tenures cmo. You're probably in for deep shit so design and dominate a category that matters that's the medical driving revenue if there's no revenue the medical won't matter. We need to put food on the family. As george w bush said so put food on the family legendary. Cmo's drive revenue and then enduring value. This is also the objective of the entire executive team but marketing needs to be focused on it. We want to be the most valuable company over a long period of time in a category that matters and We're the category queen of that Category all right so these things are very clarifying because you can look at any execution any activity any investment Any new hire that you're doing in marketing and ask yourself the question. Does this one design and dominated new category that matters to drive revenue and three create enduring value. And if it doesn't don't do it stop doing it. Just don't fuck do it. now. I've sat in the cmo chair. I know there's a lot of things that are distracting. I think the cmo gets pushed and pulled in ways that some other c. level executives do not and so there's a couple things i'll you to number one. Marketing is not an internal service bureau. This idea that marketing has internal customers. I'll marketings here. Just depart the business You know sales our customer. That's insanity marketing is the business. It doesn't support the business now. Yes marketing does need to work with sales. Es marketing does need to work with engineering and product development and product management and so forth of course and in that context every department needs to work with every other department but if we are at the beck and call of these other departments and they ring the bell and we salivate then. We're going to be in a constant state of stimulus response so be very very careful about allowing yourself to get turned into an internal service bureau. That's one Another one is a lot of marketers. Cmo's even ceo's get very focused on the competition. Let's say the competition announces some cool new thing they do so they re a bunch of money or they launch a new product or whatever it is people get very focused on the competition. They start talking about the competition. You don't want that shit in your head the more you talk about the competition internally or god forbid sternly the worse off. You're going to be now. I'm not saying you should be ignorant about what they're doing. I'm not saying that at all but you don't want them living in your head rent free. You want to live in their head rent free. So don't be overly focused. Be smart. Be savvy be knowledgeable but not overly focused on competition another area. We get distracted. A lot in marketing is typically The cmo and the leaders of the marketing organization get a lot of help. Because everybody's marketing expert. Everybody saw an ad The super bowl. They thought was awesome. And they wanna tell us about it or they see something that someone else is doing in the text or email that thing and they say oh. We should do that. We should do this and we should do that. And so marketing. I think gets a lot more help the. Cfo doesn't get that much saying help. In air quotes right the. Cfo does not get that much help about like how to close the quarter. All right she's in charge. She does it and You know the head of engineering isn't emailing the cfo. Saying this is how she she should closed. Quarters books whereas as the head of marketing we get those emails a lot and so don't forget everybody thinks they're an expert and they're

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Chicago Bulls’ Markkanen Out 2-4 Weeks With Sprained Right Shoulder

Bob Sirott

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chicago Bulls’ Markkanen Out 2-4 Weeks With Sprained Right Shoulder

"The Bulls lost the Washington 105 Water won their sixth loss of eight games despite 35 for Zach Levine, But the Bulls trailed from the second quarter on They will be without Larry Marketing 2 to 4 weeks with a sprained A C joint in his right shoulder. That injury suffered Friday in

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Jazz hit 26 3s, continue roll with 138-121 win over Hornets

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jazz hit 26 3s, continue roll with 138-121 win over Hornets

"The jazz made it fourteen wins in their last fifteen games as boy and Bogdanovich the of seven three pointers while delivering thirty one points in a one thirty eight one twenty one downing the Hornets place mall so they were trying trying trying to triple speech and they were giving us open all countries and are in the corners Donovan Mitchell added thirty points in Utah raised a twelve point deficit by outscoring Charlotte thirty nine twenty two in the second quarter we go there chipped in twelve points and fifteen rebounds for the jazz who shot twenty six of fifty from three point range Mitchell finished with five treys regular mellow ball was terrific in the lost with a season high thirty four points and eight assists I'm Dave very

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LeBron's triple-double powers Lakers past Nuggets, 114-93

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

LeBron's triple-double powers Lakers past Nuggets, 114-93

"The Lakers with a big second half to power past the nuggets one fourteen to ninety three LA trail by twelve points at the break then outscored Denver sixty eight thirty five over the final two quarters lebron James who had a triple double was proud of the team's tenacious D. when I went to this team in the league and we want to continue that that's a real plus we hang our hats we plan where we defended were flying around we help one another you know we'll just try to do our part we'll try to do our part we're gonna string is five guys on the floor we try to work on our work together and we do that you know we're very very good James finished with twenty seven points ten rebounds and ten assists mark Myers Los Angeles

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US productivity in Q4 falls by largest amount in 39 years

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

US productivity in Q4 falls by largest amount in 39 years

"Fourth quarter productivity in the U. S. dropped at a rate not seen in nearly four decades the labor department says U. S. productivity in the October to December quarter fell by four point eight percent after rising strongly the previous two quarters that's the biggest drop since nineteen eighty one productivity is the amount of work per hour of output and it's been up and down since the corona virus hit last March for all of twenty twenty productivity increased about two and a half percent it's a key factor in boosting living standards because more efficiency allows employers to pay workers more without increasing inflation might help in Washington

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Nets Don’t Miss Rested Durant In Win Over Thunder, New York

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | Last month

Nets Don’t Miss Rested Durant In Win Over Thunder, New York

"1 25 rather, the thunder James Harden and Kyrie Irving each deliver 25 points for the Nets, who shot 57% and reached the season high for points. Harden in Irving carried the offensive load Wild Durant was given the night office coach Steve Nash tries to rest the league's number two scorer. Brooklyn was never threatened after opening the second quarter on a 10 hour run that made it 46 27 teenage rookie Theo Mallet on dropped in 24 points and was perfect on six shots from three point range for the thunder. I'm Dave Ferrie I owed assume was scored 25 points and

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Nets don't miss rested Durant in 147-125 win over Thunder

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Nets don't miss rested Durant in 147-125 win over Thunder

"The nets did need Kevin Durant in a one forty seven one twenty five rather the thunder James harden Kyra Irving each delivered twenty five points for the nets who shot fifty seven percent and reached a season high for points ball moving on we were active on both ends of the floor close up of usual game plan and we executed almost or ball harden Irving carried the offensive load while Durant was given the night off as coach Steve Nash tries to wrest the league's number two scorer Brooklyn was never threatened after opening the second quarter on a channel run that made it forty six twenty seven teenage rookie feel mallet on dropped in twenty four points and was perfect on six shots from three point range for the thunder I'm Dave Ferrie

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US economy shrank 3.5% in 2020 after growing 4% last quarter

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

US economy shrank 3.5% in 2020 after growing 4% last quarter

"The government's latest figures show the grip of the corona virus pandemic squeeze the U. S. economy into contraction in twenty twenty it was the worst economic free since nineteen forty six the end of World War two the commerce department estimates the nation's gross domestic product shrank by three point five percent in a year that saw drastic swings with the arrival of covert nineteen that started first quarter growth with GDP contracting at a five percent annual rate ending the longest economic expansion on record virus lockdowns then threw the economy into a record shattering annual plunge of thirty three point four percent in the second quarter only to be followed by a record third quarter surge of the same size but that rebound was not sustained its growth slowed sharply from October to December two a four percent annual rate with nearly ten million people still out of work the outlook for the coming year remains clouded Ben Thomas Washington

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HBO Max activations double to 17.2 million in fourth quarter

Techmeme Ride Home

03:08 min | Last month

HBO Max activations double to 17.2 million in fourth quarter

"At and t. also reported earnings and we don't normally care about their quarterly numbers and actually don't care today what we do care about is they're streaming numbers. Hbo max went from being sort of a punchline sort of an also ran in the streaming worst to suddenly. All of their movies will be available to stream day of release at no extra cost. Maybe we need hbo. Max our lives after also did wonder woman nineteen eighty-four moves the needle for them. Early signs are pointing to. Yes apparently if you take. Hbo and hbo max subscribers and put them in one bucket. That number grew twenty percent year over year to forty one and a half million subscribers reaching number that. Hbo was hoping for two years ahead of their own forecast. Hbo max activation doubled to seventeen point two million since the end of q. Three quoting variety. The company said it invested about eight hundred million dollars in. Hbo max in the fourth quarter and more than two billion dollars for the year on the streaming service these subscriber gains in q four were undoubtedly boosted by warnermedia's in four to distribute. Hbo max on roku and amazon's fire tv on the q for call with analysts. At and t. ceo. John stinky said were media is aiming for a cue to launch of a price reduced ad supported version of. Hbo max but he didn't provide other details on the avio de product. The company plans to launch hbo. Max internationally this year. Starting with latin america in the second quarter stinky said. At and t. will host an investor event in the second. Half of q one to outline this and quote so again as i said before ad-supported. Hbo is not hbo. That's tv sorry. That's an obvious joke. But i did want to mention that little bit about the money spent invested in. Hbo max and also where the subscribers to hbo. Max are coming from because when disney plus adds a new subscriber it is completely new revenue with hbo. There's this weird situation where did eight and a half million people start paying fifteen dollars a month for. Hbo max out of the blue. What number of them were just people moving from. Hbo regular to hbo. Max like if five million people joined. Hbo max for the very first time. 'cause of wonder woman. And they're totally new subs and they stick around for a full year. Then yeah warner definitely made back the potentially one billion dollars in wonder woman nineteen eighty-four box office. They should have made if everything was normal. But if not then the math is not so good and also. That's only one movie. They have a slate of eighteen. More still coming this year. Remember that conversation. We had with peter kafka on a weekend bonus episode not to long ago. No one is sure at least not yet that the math actually works out on this whole streaming business. At least for anyone not named net flicks.

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HBO Max activations double to 17.2 million in fourth quarter

Techmeme Ride Home

01:42 min | Last month

HBO Max activations double to 17.2 million in fourth quarter

"At and t. also reported earnings and we don't normally care about their quarterly numbers and actually don't care today what we do care about is they're streaming numbers. Hbo max went from being sort of a punchline sort of an also ran in the streaming worst to suddenly. All of their movies will be available to stream day of release at no extra cost. Maybe we need hbo. Max our lives after also did wonder woman nineteen eighty-four moves the needle for them. Early signs are pointing to. Yes apparently if you take. Hbo and hbo max subscribers and put them in one bucket. That number grew twenty percent year over year to forty one and a half million subscribers reaching number that. Hbo was hoping for two years ahead of their own forecast. Hbo max activation doubled to seventeen point two million since the end of q. Three quoting variety. The company said it invested about eight hundred million dollars in. Hbo max in the fourth quarter and more than two billion dollars for the year on the streaming service these subscriber gains in q four were undoubtedly boosted by warnermedia's in four to distribute. Hbo max on roku and amazon's fire tv on the q for call with analysts. At and t. ceo. John stinky said were media is aiming for a cue to launch of a price reduced ad supported version of. Hbo max but he didn't provide other details on the avio de product. The company plans to launch hbo. Max internationally this year. Starting with latin america in the second quarter stinky said. At and t. will host an investor event in the second. Half of q one to outline this and quote

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Reigning champion Chiefs dump Bills 38-24 in AFC title game

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Reigning champion Chiefs dump Bills 38-24 in AFC title game

"The Kansas City Chiefs are bidding to become the first NFL team to win back to back Super Bowl since New England after they disposed of buffalo in the AFC championship game thirty eight to twenty four chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw for three hundred twenty five yards and three touchdowns the job's not finished when we went into the season we were talking about going to the Super Bowl we're talking about women again and we're going to run it back and we mean that now I'm on the side of the option to go out there like it's a great football team and try to do that after spotting the bills a nine nothing first quarter lead the chiefs took command with twenty one points in the second quarter the chiefs will play Tampa Bay in Super Bowl fifty five Greg Echlin kids a city

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"two quarters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the second quarter and the Celtics were up 49 to 46 on the 70. Sixers. Jalen Brown leading the way with 11 points. Campbell Walker has already chipped in with 10. Red Sox Orioles underway in the first inning scoreless game there. Northeast Trust at the TPC Boston in Norton today. Dustin Johnson, your leader at 15 Under after two Scottie Scheffler shot a course record 59 In the second round. He trails Johnson by a stroke. And the Yankees Mets subway series this weekend has been postponed after two members of the Metsorganization tested positive for Coben 19. Brian Antonelli W B C. Boston's news radio. 7 43 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What's happening? Rub overall, a pretty good ride Now this evening. We do still have delays. If you're traveling Route one South bound approaching the Tobin Bridge keeping in mind, there's the right lane restriction. There's an ongoing work zone and some clean up from an earlier fuel spill. One sound found just after Carter Street before the Tobin Bridge. Expect some slowdowns in that stretches. You make your way south of route 16 that down towards the Tobin. No problems over the Tobin Bridge itself. And the outbound Tobin is fine. Lower decks. Say Come and Lever Connector. Okay, no delays in the airport tunnels or along the river roads. The expressway looks good. Now heading south bound down to Braintree. North bound expressways. Fine. Ruth three's okay along the South Shore down to the SAG more no backups 25 east of the born 24 95, ROK Down the road island on western town of Good Right on the pike from Boston, heading out towards 2 90 north of town, 3, 93 and 95 look good to New Hampshire. 1 28 is OK up into Peabody and for 95. No delays from Lawrence UPIN, the Merrimack Rob Hackler Disease traffic.

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"two quarters" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"two quarters" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"two quarters" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"ESPN radio the second quarter Ford field on the droid on your thanksgiving day all but between the lines of the Chicago Bears and here's a bit of a surprise David Paul I'll give you her date the kid in the quarterback to produce Boilermakers last season there was an undrafted rookie society by the Detroit Lions he got his start date because Jeff Driskell who's filling in for the injured Matthew Stafford he's decked out for the hamstring injury all Blau did was on his first career paths throws seventy five yard touchdown the sector his past ever for your first career completion seventy five yards to the house he also added a second touchdown of the tribe right now it's got a stunning fourteen seven lead over the bears why in the second quarter still to come the bills in the cowboys eighteen of the stadium welcome to the same set of land also this afternoon we will pay to get that out that they're going to be needing a new character coming up this weekend next fall out yeah but he's got an appendectomy Hey Michael he fear every thanksgiving Randy Scott the cold restore in for daily through Friday with rats in the bill hello boys and more is available torture would still got Easter he has been radio ESPN at welcome back I mean in there listening to ESPN rate for the rest of the hour's worth playing some of our favorite stories from ESPN which you can find where ever you get your podcast in our last segment episode about Jonas gray patriots running back who after historic Sunday night football performance suddenly disappeared for our next story we go in a completely different direction to learn about perhaps the craziest job in sports and no it's not the commissioner of the NBA or GM of the New York Yankees or any other high profile job you can take a you just put some right you got to spend a little time with the dentist tomorrow perfect we want to it might just.

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"two quarters" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"two quarters" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Getting an update from him but where a fire there prompted evacuations the raiders are playing the Texans in Houston with sports your stress out of four hi Margie they are in Houston and they are scoreless with the taxes that game is still in the first quarter of play Derek Carr so far just for for through the air having some trouble I connecting with his receivers early on by the way that game and all raiders programming to day is on K. R. B. Q. one of two point one FM forty Niners have just started the second quarter at Levi's stadium they lead the Panthers fourteen the three Jimmy go Rapallo hitting ABS Emmanuel Sanders and his Niners debut for a four yard touchdown pass Tevin Coleman with a nineteen yard touchdown run the Panthers got on the board following a Jimmy grapple interception they managed to kick a field goal but the Niners leading fourteen at three in the second quarter our second quarter I should say pitching change for the Washington nationals for game five of the World Series match sure is or has been scratch because of back and neck spasms so Oakland native Joe Ross will start against Gerrit Cole again the Astros a national series tied at two games apiece there at the happen Oklahoma City and the lawyers have a lot of work to do the trail the thunder seventy to thirty seven at the break they shot twenty eight percent in the first half at eleven turnovers Steph curry leading the way with ten points again the warriors down in OKC seventy to thirty seven at the half I get all raiders programming today can be heard on K. R. B. Q. one oh two point one FM at sports dance just seven toward KCBS profile made land in two thousand sixteen in dripping springs Texas after first meeting separately around Los Angeles three members interesting backgrounds one was a music video editor and directed a video for Bruno Mars grew up on a farm in Oregon and one was an actor an underwear model in two thousand sixteen they released a five song EP with their debut full length album coming in two thousand seventeen debut single drinking problem two Grammy nominations there is a busy day in the traffic.

"two quarters" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WEEI

"Which way. second quarter in orchard park patriots leading the bills thirteen to nothing Tom Brady not exactly lighting it up five of twelve for fifty four yards but compared to its counterparties been great Josh Allen really struggling to attend for twenty four yards and two interceptions. meantime in the land of the Titans flee the falcons fourteen to seven Marcus Mariota with a couple of touchdown passes to AJ brown in Detroit second quarter lines leave the chiefs ten to three Matthew Stafford with a five yard touchdown pass to cheat TJ Hawkinson in Indianapolis the raiders in the second quarter lead the colts twenty one to seven Derek Carr an eighteen yard touchdown pass to foster Marone in nineteen order to Tyrone Williams Trevor Davis has a sixty yard run for open Jacoby percent as the colts touchdown with a five yard scoring strike to Jack Doyle. in Miami the Chargers and dolphins are tied at ten Josh rose in a thirty four yard touchdown pass to departing Parker Philip rivers a thirteen yard touchdown pass to try main hold me time in north Jersey giants lead the Redskins fourteen to nothing when Gorman with a six yard touchdown catch from Daniel Jones a one yard touchdown run meantime Washington has indeed made a change at quarterback case Keenum struggled missed a couple of wide open receivers amount to Wayne Haskins has taken over at QB for Washington. in Baltimore to late second quarter brown still leading the ravens seven to nothing Baker Mayfield a nine yard touchdown pass to rookie seal Jones and in the second quarter in Houston the Panthers in Texas are tied at three later this afternoon in Denver the Broncos shoot for their first win of the season as they take on the Jaguars Gardner Menchu has exceeded expectations filling in for the injured Nick Foles he says oh one three does not portray.

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"two quarters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Opening bell on wallstreet we check in with WBZ financial editor Dave Caruso so last week Dave big week of records yeah sure was records everywhere in that certainly this week's gonna be about the earnings parade you know last week was all about again positive burning is good solid news from the fed testimony looks like we're gonna get those lower interest rates that would like so we'll see if that continues this week because the second quarter could be a little tough so we're going to hear all about the banks big macs are coming we've already got one this morning city city bank came out the beat on the top and bottom line they were about thirty percent this year the it's a piece of the up about twenty percent so keep in mind we're gonna get JP Morgan bank of America Wells Fargo Goldman Sachs can the who's who of banking so we'll see what happens there as well and also there for the second quarter results they could be a little bit you know mediocre and they tend to be so we'll we'll see what kind of results we get because as I look at some of the economic reports this week there's a fifteen reports and we're going to talk about retail sales industrial production in real estate and leading economic indicators of plenty of stuff is going to be digesting but I think the big worry this morning is we're looking at China growth and it's been the worst since nineteen ninety two so I think that could put a little bit of a limit on some of our expectations this week Dave Caruso thank you as we look at Wall Street futures this morning the Dow is up about forty points S. and P. five hundred nasdaq headed in the right direction as well opening bell just a couple of minutes away will coming up this morning and W. B. C. some new policies on immigration being announced by the White House this morning late details from deb Lawler coming up next it's nine twenty seven.

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"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"They'll say, it's the second. It's only for the wealthy and businesses and workers aren't benefiting crunch, frankly is false. The Nancy Pelosi crumbs argument, right? And and and also they're going to say that the deficit has exploded, and so that will come back to haunt. So. So that's going to be the nature of this debate. I guess the question is, is that going to turn off enough people so that they think this is a sugar high? I think the Democrats have a tough time arguing that we're seeing a real surge in US household formation. We saw during the Obama years, this kind of depressing trend of kids getting out of school, high debt, no jobs available. Moving back into the parents baseman always your son by the wage. Just easy. James kids to. Several years away from annoying me. Little grace period. But the point is when this changes for people when they're able to get their own place when they have a job when they see a a job market where their services are actually in demand, and there are actually maybe even employers competing to hire them. This is a very powerful change in people's lives, and I have a hard time believing. They turn on the TV and CNN Adam suddenly become persuaded that the economy stinks. Well, that's it's a fascinating point. You make James about your sensually talking about millennial generation when they haven't seen an economy with this title labour-market in. Well, last time we had it was two thousand five, two thousand six. And the last time we really had an economy growing. This fast was I guess it was two thousand four, five or maybe even nine hundred ninety nine. So they have never experienced this in their adult life. Is, and you know what's going to be their reaction to this on election day because obviously there's the stakes for them are much bigger than they are for all the retirees who are more inclined to support Donald Trump. Yeah, and I think that they had their disappointments under the Obama years when I think you remember it was all the concerts to get the millennials to vote for him. And I think they thought he was going to be president and it would rain ipods from the sky or something like that. And it didn't happen so that you know they are living at home. We have record numbers of people living at home, and I would think they're feeling the effect. I just know anecdotally from people in my family that we're looking for jobs and so forth. They feel so much more optimistic now and they see things happening that didn't happen before employers actively recruiting them. People that used to not, you know, return letter or something. And I think a lot of people feel that way now, well, it's going to be fascinating to watch. And let's hope. That the economy can can maintain this momentum because it's been a while before since we've had this growth, and if we can keep it going, as we learned in the nineties and the eighties for another couple of years, everybody tends to feel better about things less nastiness towards immigrants, less nastiness about trade, and even even in even within offices. All right. Thank you Bill. Thank you, James. Thank you all for listening. We'll be back next week with another edition of Potomac. Watch..

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"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"I mean the old cliche is that when the economy's bad, it's the only issue, but when the economy's good, everything else. Comes to the fore, and the economy isn't such a big issue, but can Republicans drive this to help save their majorities? Well, I think they should keep talking about it. Keep highlighting it. They're doing a, I think a good thing going for tax cut two point. Oh here. But I, I'm hoping this economy will persuade the president that he's largely solved the US competitiveness problem with his tax and deregulatory doesn't need the trail. He really doesn't need a trade fight and and that scenario you sketched out, we make peace with our NAFTA friends and our European friends, and, and let's face it. It be great if he would could get it better deal with with those friends. But these deals are pretty good. Now they're, they're not high barriers in any of these trade relationships. Yeah, sure. There's some things we improve, but if he if he does that, I think we're in very good shape. And as you said with China, they're, they're very legitimate concerns there about the theft of intellectual property. We've talked about it a lot. It's it's not simply a matter of him wanting to change the the amount that goes back and forth. There are, there are problems with the way the Chinese attempt to gain competitive advantage. And so I think he'll have a very receptive audience in Europe and around the world if he wants to work with them to to fix the China trade problem, I think the one of the arguments that Trump is going to have to may if he wants to to make himself a central part of this campaign where he's not on the ballot, right? The Republicans in congress are on the ballot is soon after say, look, none of this would have happened if Nancy Pelosi had been speaker of the house in trek Schumer had been head of the Senate. When I got the corporate tax reform, you got your tax cut. You wouldn't got any of this deregulation and don't go back there to where they're going. To stymie continuing progress, you're not gonna get. If they are elected your retirement savings improved. You're not going to get the tax cuts made permanent all of that because otherwise, if it's all about Trump, he's such a complicated political figure with Ican point to his policies, but then everybody is going to talk about Robert Muller Russia, and you know this or that other Trump character issue and not focus on what are the real stakes here in November, which are the policy stakes? Yeah, not add to that. The judges. You wouldn't have gotten Neal Gorsuch or Brad Kavanagh. There's a lot of avenues that he can take. I think he has to point to the future in this to, you know, we few things on the agenda healthcare people still worried about premiums, Yup, and so forth. And I think this is going to be very hard for the Democrats to answer if he puts it that way, but that's how he has to put it to people. Elections have consequences for policy. You know, people he can easily do it. People said the three percent that he was predict. During the campaign was impossibly needs to remind people that it didn't just happen. And I think that's a pretty strong message. Of course, the Democrats are gonna be screaming, you know, they're going to be whether it's impeachment or dishonesty or or cabinet. They're gonna be fighting back to Well, I, I did see a an alert that came over my iphone today this morning with GDP report James for the Washington Post saying, comedy grows, four percent, four point, one percent in the second quarter, but many economists say it can't be sustained. Yes. Okay. Well, you know, you're seeing that's going to be one democratic argument. It's it's again, it's a one time of as a fake..

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"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"From the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal. This is Potomac watch welcome back on Paul zhigo with James Freeman and Bill mcgurn. We're talking about the the Trump Konami and James Freeman put on the hope of the the pivot that Donald Trump made on trade this week. Stunning pivot, really, for weeks, he'd been saying, I'm gonna crush the Germans. I'm going to drive them are said that indoor into the Rhine. If if not into the North Sea on car of. Twenty five percent card tariffs. And he's basically we know from our reporting, he ordered Commerce Department. You find a national security skews through section two thirty to call Audi imports and BMW imports, national security threat. I know there are security security threat in northern New Jersey gentleman for you to people, but not from to Dr confessed, but but suddenly pivoting to say, well, I'm going with zero tariffs as a goal. I'm going for zero subsidies as a goal, and and we're going to put the tariffs car trips in abeyance and we're going to work to repeal the steel aluminum and the European retaliation Jeff. This is a frankly, a stunning pivot by an by Bina vowed. Protectionist gentlemen, what happened? Yeah. I, I don't think Trump could considers himself a protectionist. I think he considers himself someone that will you. As a protectionist stick to move people he feels is are treating the United States on fairly in a in a more open direction now that that brings a lot of trouble with it because you know, can strike all sorts of innocent people. But this is incurring news. What, however we get out of it. If we're the goal is Eero tariffs and we don't have we have freer trade between the countries. That's fine. I mean, the danger, this is always, again, there are a lot of side casualties and trade worth. They're not easy contrary to what the president says, and they're not easy because some of the costs are are the collateral damage is innocent victims, and we don't know always who those people are and they, they have their costs driven up for no particular reason. But this is incurring if he does, I will say politically, I think it gives him great momentum going into the November elections, and the sensiti could say, I stood up for you the American worker, and I got results and the growth is going. I mean, in the long term, if he's six tariffs, he made of bigger problems. But I think this is going to be very hard for the Democrats counter. Well, there's no course. There's no deal yet, right? It's just it's basically a truce here. We're not going to ex- escalate the trade friction between the your Europe in the US, but he still has those steel and. Aluminum tariffs on our allies and and he's also still negotiating renegotiating NAFTA. So that's still a an uncertainty. Although they're made, I'm told through my sources at they're making some progress behind the scenes and they'd like to get that done if possible before Lopez Oberdorf takes office on December first so that Mexico can approve it in the Republican. Congress could prove it. You take those two. If you could get a deal with Europe a deal with on NAFTA that would leave you down Trump fighting basically at one front war, John trade with China. That's dangerous. But it's a lot less dangerous than fighting with twenty-five nations. Yeah, and I'd have to say politically, I'm not sure how dangerous it is. Politically dangerous, very dangerous, economically. But I think a lot of people would like that message. We're sticking it to them. I mean, because we know the prices sticking. It people when you have a tariff is sticking it to yourself and your own consumers, but I'm not sure that that's a bad message at the ballot box for for the president, especially with the booming economy, be a lot harder to do. You know, in President Bush, did his steel tariffs down to, I believe, much more difficult economy and the pain. Those tariffs costs was much more media. I mean, he got rid of them in two thousand and three. Well, James Bill talked about the political impact. Obviously the one of the reasons that the president had this event at the side, the the the White House today was because he wanted to crow about this case that every single democrat voted against the tax reform they did and most of them voted against any deregulatory policy. So how is this going to to to play?.

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"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Business decisions, you can say, okay. Hi von idea. I can build this plan or I can hire these people and I can make that decision based on the business prospects not on some outside Dayo sex, mocking that comes in and doubles my costs. I think that is the biggest part of this change is the fact that there isn't a huge, uncertain, dark cloud coming from Washington. This is the first time in a long time, this administration where you don't have big pending rules. He really has essentially put a stop to that. The deregulation it at least to the extent we can measure it to this point. It's really not very large, as you said, it's five to ten billion dollars a year in these first two years of the Trump administration given that by some estimates regulation cost, two trillion ear in our economy, approaching twenty trillion a year. These are not big numbers, so it's not that he's had some massive rollback in despite what you. Might read in fundraising emails from environmental groups. He really hasn't changed regulation that much. But what he has done is said, no, actually the war on businesses over so you know, the the system we have, you can count on it. You've adapted to it and you won't have to adapt every five minutes in the future. Now, the big question, some of some of our friends on the left, including people who write for our publication Bill. I've invited them into our pages. I know you won't forgive me for it, but they occasionally right for they have. They have told us that this couldn't happen, and now that it has happened, they're telling that we couldn't get above two secular status new normal, then you know, and there were all kinds of reasons for it. Demographic reasons. No immigration, the fact that people were aging and and so on. But now that it has happened at least for the last six months to a year, they're saying it can't last. It's one trick pony. This is this is sugar high. But. Looking at the data. Do they have a point or is this sustainable? I, I don't think they do have a point. Look, there's it's not that it's all open. Skies ahead. Write there could be different things. One of the things you were describing before about business, the reason regulatory part of this is so important unlike unlike attacks or something, which is a definable price. Regulation is a big question Mark. You don't know. It could cost you a lot more than tech businesses, like certainty. They'll even take a bad tax or something. At least they can price it in very hard. Like you're saying to know the price of deregulation because we don't know the price that it puts in. Right. It's a tax and you don't know where it's gonna hit. Prisoner Obama, you know, famously hit them with healthcare costs and so forth, and enforcement costs enforcement. And he said at one point, I think President Obama, it said, you know, there was a lot of money on the side that wasn't being invested for the reasons you mentioned. People don't know. Well, invest in this today. My cost per employee might double if I have to. If there's new. Healthcare provision or some other regulatory provisions. And I think the Obama people thought business was doing that deliberately to punish them for their policy. I mean, they've they made noises like that, but really what they were as scared, they're scared that something was going to was going to hit them. I think there's a lot for the congress to do, but the optimism I think is that most of this growth has been driven by the investment by making it friendlier to investment and productivity. Not just consumption. So I think it's there to stay. It's going to go and I don't see anything that would stop that. I, I do see things that we could do, but I don't think see things that would stop that. So so James, the argument, let's let's kind of go through them. One would be you made the inventories point. So there's some goes to be had coming out of that. You've got the investment led growth, which means that tuna pay off in higher productivity. Typically that does higher wages which helps consumers. So consumer spending, which has been strong all along as as is. He's going to have the the advantage going forward of strong job growth, and we hope wage growth, you know that that will increase as well as the labor market titans and productivity improves..

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"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"From the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal. This is Potomac watch. Economy grew by four point, one percent in the second quarter of twenty eighteen and has now grown by three point, one percent across the first six months. That's the fastest growth in fast quarter of growth in four years since twenty fourteen and the Donald Trump naturally president states took credit for tried to take credit for it. Does he deserve it here? I'm Paul zhigo of the Wall Street Journal here. Talk about that in the political impact of this GDP number and whether it's a stain -able is Bill mcgurn Hulo Bill Hypo, and James Freeman, I James ball. So let's start with the GDP number. About coming in a little under economists expectations. People had said four point, four percent, the Saint Louis, the skinny. The Atlanta Fed's g GDP tracker had predicted three point eight, but anyway, slice at James four point. One is gangbusters number. Yes, yes. The economy is growing bigly. Certainly in the second quarter, and I think the president deserves a lot of credit. I think he should take a victory lap. This is the power of incentives at work here, the tax cutting and particularly to the corporate income tax rate and restraint on federal regulators has really changed the way business people look at investing in the United States. And if you look at the numbers Bill, it's really kind of interesting. You look at the economic expansion started this current one in the middle of two thousand nine when the post financial panic recession ended and it's been long in the tooth. And if you look at what happened, twenty fourteen was the last really was Obama's best year for growth, and you look at twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen. We were really bumping along almost under two percent, very low bid. Business investment in particular averaging zero point, six percent over two thousand five and twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen. Now you see twenty seventeen that number bumping up and and business investment. Now averaging seven and a half percent increase for the first six months of of this year. So that's the evidence I think that in fact, would James suggests tax reform and deregulation which were aimed precisely at stimulating business confidence and business investment has worked. That's evidence that it has worked. I I, I don't think there's any. I don't think there's any doubt of that because it's reduced the price of capital and you get more I mean through pretty straightforward cause and effect right in so far as they go that that we've had to count myself say, I was wondering ones disappointed because my expectations had been raised that I thought we might have something closer to five percent, but I would rather have the disappoint. I have today than the ones I had two years ago or three years ago. Well, in the numbers suggest grow the in not everything was rosy here. James, you had residential housing actually detracted from kroth, which is stunning to get the four point, one percent number and nothing from housing. That's that's really rare in a way. I think that is encouraging because it shows you the the strength of the productive economy and it's shows you how far we've come where we had a financial crisis, ten years ago that resulted in large part from kind of an unreal economy where we tried to conjure prosperity at of ever rising housing prices. And I think a lot of people began to believe during that period and the two thousands. When we had these rock bottom interest rates and all of these federal programs intended to drive people into housing that that's the source of wealth. Building more homes is how you get rich. And of course, really. A healthy society that's a symptom of a productive economy. It's not the cause of it. So I, there's so much to like in this report you look at. Actually, another thing that's attracted was inventories going down. Those are shelves that are going to need to be restocked in the second half of the year. So people thinking or saying, now this is great, but it's about to get much worse. I think they're going to be proven wrong inventories, took a full percentage point off of the GDP growth. So if you had a normal inventory number would have been five point, one percent, right?.

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"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Welcome back. The nation's economy grew at the strongest pace in almost four years during the second quarter. The. Commerce Department said the gross domestic product rose, four point, one percent during the spring that was commerce's preliminary estimate for the quarter, and it was up from the first quarter is revised estimate of two point, two percent. Let's talk about the big jump in second quarter GDP with the Wall Street Journal's Harriet. Tori who joins us from Washington, Harriet. This was obviously a solid rating but weren't economists expecting even stronger number. Yes, it's interesting estimates are really all over the place for this report. So most of them fell between a range of three point, seven and about five point seven. So when we actually got the number, it was sort of in the middle range of what most people are expected perhaps a little bit. But the and the reason for that was in the Tories there's an expectation that inventories would have gone off a lot as people kind of panic bull ahead of expected trade tariffs. It turns out that inventories actually declined. And so what went up was exports and it's combined with strong consumer spending and pretty solid business investment. The fact is really powered this report ahead. Was there some sort of artificially to this as far as trade activity was concerned, you know, farmers wanted to exports soybeans before the Chinese tariffs took effect this month? Yes. Say the the soybeans is thought to really be the factor behind the big jump in exports earlier this month. Coma department said soybean experts Szeged in the second quarter, and that was that likely reflected efforts by bias to get this. We'll beans before these retarded treat China, Chinese tariffs went into effect. So that is like he's been a one factor. We could see in the second quarter, perhaps recovery and inventories, and then perhaps a moderation in exports. The key question really though is is to do is consumer spending continues really rule. The economy and consumer spending was weak in the fuss Kuta. I'm not came as a bit of a surprise because of the tax cuts late last year. What really happened with people didn't really spend much in the first quarter. They kind of saved it off and they spent strongly in the second quarter. The big question is how how will that play out in the third quarter on the fourth quarter of this. How will this report affect the Federal Reserve's plan for interest rate hikes? It's already raised interest rates twice this year and the forecast calls for two more rate hikes. By year's end. This report makes it very likely that they will stick to that off. There is a meeting next week, it's it's expected that they will hold into straight study at that meeting and then raise rates in September from the next time. So this is yeah, it's it's a clear sign that the economy is moving food. The fed has said it's going to gradually raise interest rates to prevent it from overheating. And this report seems to keep it very much on track and the four point, one percent reading the strongest rating since third quarter two thousand fourteen. When the growth rate GDP growth rate was four point, nine percent is there disagreement over whether this is sustainable or not? President Trump Friday called the report. Amazing and said, the growth rate was very sustainable. You know, this is an estimate. We'll see if there are revisions. One report doesn't. We'll have to see what happens. Economists us sort of device. Voted on this issue. It's it's definitely a a strong second Coosa. But if this is down to people spending that extra tax dollas it's it's really debatable as to whether that will keep going in the near future, especially because productivity growth is still pretty low. You know that we have the, they're serious headwinds, Jack growth like, you know, demographics and aging and so on. And then of course there is trade on Sutton tea, and it's it's taking a bit of a hit to consumer sentiment today. We will have the university of Michigan reading out on consumer sentiment on that motorists it again. So we'll have to see Wall Street Journal reporter, Harriet, Tori, joining us from Washington. Thanks, thanks and that's what's news. This is Charlie Turner from the Wall Street Journal. Enjoy the what's news podcast. Then tried the what's news newsletter, sign up at WSJ dot com slash newsletters that's w s j dot com. Slash newsletters..

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"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"This is Ann Marie for totally New York. Economists are optimistic about growth in the second quarter. We're going to be looking really closely at the GDP report on Friday that's going to give us our first look at how the economy performed overall in the second quarter. GDP is one of several key reports out this week, Wall Street Journal reporter, Ben loop store f- joins us from Washington with a preview of the week ahead in just a moment. I, these news headlines. Oil industry executives are pointing to signs that international activity is picking up the chief executives of Schlumberger, and Baker Hughes, say, international customers are pursuing large projects and further exploration. Plus there are more equipment orders. Oil demand has been rising and is expected to hit one hundred million barrels a day soon, but concerns about global supply persist. Amid instability in Libya and Venezuela. Baier has announced it will stop selling its birth control implant ashore. Later this year, the company says the decision is due to declining sales, not safety and efficacy concerns about the permanent birth control device. Two years ago, the food and Drug administration required Bayer to add a warning to the device after studies linked it to pain and other health issues. America's factory towns were once predominantly democratic, but now the majority are controlled by Republicans Wall Street Journal, senior editor, Bob Davis says that's because manufacturing wants an industry of big cities like Pittsburgh and Cleveland has now shifted out of them. Manufacturing moved all over the country to eggs urban areas, twenty thirty miles outside of big cities. Next to highways. Those areas tended to be Republican and that sense. That's how the Republican party inherited and became the party of manufacturing. Davis says in nineteen Ninety-two fifteen of the twenty. Most manufacturing intensive congressional districts were controlled by Democrats. Now, all twenty of those districts are under Republican control. The Trump administration's efforts to roll back. The Affordable Care Act are creating divided healthcare landscape with some states fighting against the efforts and other supporting them. Some conservative leaning states are moving to impose work requirements on Medicaid. While those led by Democrats are working to preserve parts of the ACA like penalizing those who don't buy health insurance. The Trump administration has failed to repeal the.

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"two quarters" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on WEEI

"He sat down with that second quarter and i think brad stevens took him out of the game basic going arrested for the playoffs and i'm not sure i understand from the shooter and i i have to preface this thirty minutes is he's a great coach is that the river that's a game if you wanted to win it last night you needed to play him thirty eight or forty minutes okay so that was the question will you willing to go thirty eight or forty minutes and say to jaylen brown julie offense tonight son we're going through you why take one shot in the second quarter one of the third well only played four minutes in the third and the second and by the second half here's the over here's the other thing about him and i don't know this kid but you tell me just looking at his body language is demeanor he almost seems like he's willing at times to just go along with the other program you almost need a guy if he's going to be that type of score you almost need a guy to be really selfish and take over he's got that going to have time you still have two points the game the game was chemo shot one shot in the third quarter the zone i watching it back and forth with you also and i tuned in the second quarter didn't even see him in there all the was reading twitter about twenty points what a great first quarter okay fonder in the game he was playing defense in the first quarter but but i'm looking at this game and i'm trying to figure okay who's going to be this year's isaiah thomas he's talking about if you start trying to figure out who can take over the game who's going to the game right well he's he's an option they don't have one he's an ear running out of because it's not going to be al horford.

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"two quarters" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"More saving more doing what wish fourteen three david you treated miami is outscored its opponents to 72 to 135 this here at hard rock stadium away it's one of seven to ninety six very they've been outscored by i what happened in that second quarter everything bad for miami happened in the second quarter they ran eight please like as much as all the other bad stuff half the rent eight plays in the second quarter it's hard to get much going when you run a total of eight plays and a quarter but beyond that everything else look bad to look you saw an offense that was moving with some tempo that was running the ball had some energy in the first quarter and that all disappeared really quickly what looks much more like miami looked in the afc championship game where they were just lost offensively against clemson and your sean's wisconsin defense that had not given up a whole lot of anything all year to anyone and as bad as they looked in the first quarter they they dominated that second quarter they certainly did david it is was the first quarter was that more miami being fired something to prove was that wisconsin all lack of focus had because we're we're talking to a one eighty on east on these quarter finnair yeah i you know part of it i think was that the the big question i have for miami coming into this game it because it was so obvious against clemson is that they're down to what or to receivers they're they're tied anchors turned into their top wide receiver amman richards neither of them are playing they just can't do much in the passing game because they don't have the athletes they get it done and i think they did a really good job on the first couple of drives which i'm assuming know scripted in advanced of of running the ball and kind of taking the pressure off of mellick rosier i think wisconsin figure that out pretty quickly has stack the box against the run a little bit more and again you you just you look at mellick rosier he's got nothing he's got nowhere to go with the football espn's david hail joining us here on the autozone a halftime reported wisconsin 24 fourteen lead over the miami hurricanes david i don't know if you heard it going off it will play the.

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"two quarters" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The stock market boom as much as president trump before his election trump sometimes warned that stock prices were inflated but this year he use stock prices to vindicate his economic agenda here he was last summer the stock market hit an alltime record high today over twenty two thousand and we've picked up substantially now more than four trillion dollars in net worth in terms of our country our stocks are companies in fact many stock analysts say trump's agenda of tax cuts and deregulation probably contributed to the boom but the main reason for the surge has to do with global economic conditions stocks were up in much of the world paul christopher as head of global market strategy at wells fargo investment institute the us a europe japan china they're all growing together now for the first time since two thousand seven and what that's done is to really boost confidence all around the world and that's really brought more money into equity markets christopher says us corporate profits were unexpectedly strong this year and consumers were buying a lot credit card debt is growing but warton school finance professor jeremy siegel says regardless of what the stock market has done there's not a lot of evidence yet that overall economic growth is increasing as much i mean i keep them encouraging sign for the last two quarters fast three quarters but i'm not ready to say that a new trend is really been uh establish and single says he doesn't expect washington to do much to change that now that the tax bill has been signed into law the benefits of the cuts have already been priced into the market siegel says given the sharp partisan divide in washington congress is unlikely to accomplish anything else of real economic significance and that means 2018 is unlikely to be as good a year for stocks as 2017 has been jim's rowley npr news new york.

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"two quarters" Discussed on KFIR 720 AM

KFIR 720 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"two quarters" Discussed on KFIR 720 AM

"Of surge as suddenly come from but this is a tough hole to get out of for the cavaliers who did not have that big strike quickstrike offense and it is now twenty four to nothing boston college colleges just scored again so i suggested a tough hole for virginia too big a dig at of it's getting even bigger actually 23 the point after pending in that one but boston college want to start the eib goals have right now leading five and one virginia in charlottesville by a score of 17 to nothing louisville on florida state even at fourteen at the half and final seconds of the first half iowa state in front of texas tech by a score of twenty four to six let's get you caught up on the rest of the day in college football on what's coming up baseball as well time for the latest sports update here's darwin's look yes all right reds wisconsin looking for more points before halftime they just recovered a fumble again the badgers lead maryland twenty one two three thirty seconds remaining in the second quarter also that's all twentyfive number ten oklahoma state tied up with texas at seven a peace with one and a half minutes remaining in the second quarter when it's all also a season for at goats bush jones and his tennessee team but they could turn it all around if they somehow go into alabama today and win against the undefeated side goes jones let's going to take the pull out the stunning upset and again we stress it every day in practice our players understand it in its its focus since the attention to details those small thing talk talk about that lead the playing winning footballer losing football games that game coming up at three thirty eastern time on cbs seem started team for under feet start time for undefeated miami's those syracuse virginia tech welcomes north carolina a big ten battle michigan state takes on indiana and a match up you can catch on cbs sports network.

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