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"john china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:39 min | 10 months ago

"john china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"APP and Bloomberg Radio. Com. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak. I'm John Tucker in New York with your global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. China's economy is going to be in focus in the coming week as we look ahead to keep trade data coming out, and for more, let's go to Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia host Brian Curtis in Hong Kong and his colleague Doug Prisoner, John China's economy has been churning along in the past few quarters as the country sets the standard for recovering from the pandemic. And now Bloomberg Economics is saying the economy will likely post growth of 6% year on year in a queue for Perhaps reflecting that China's benchmark stock index, the C S, I 300 rose above its 2015 bubble high and the yuan. China's currency has been going from strength to strength. In the coming week. We'll get the trade numbers for December, and with that, most likely there will be a huge trade surplus, and that might mean for the tensions with the West. Joining us for some insights into this is Bloomberg's James Mager. James. It's a really interesting year. We've got President elect Joe Biden coming in, and it looks like probably the U. S. Will want some sort of multilateral approach to dealing with China. And yet China has gone and signed this individual investment deal with Europe. So how does it set up? Do you think for Chinese relations with the West this year? The the deal with Europe that that's just being agreed by China and the European Union is something's been negotiated now for almost 10 years, and so the Europeans, I guess the Chinese wanted to get that At least the Chinese wanted to get that done before the bite administration came in. But I still think that the Europeans and that the Americans also the Japanese are going to be discussing. You know how they do with China over a variety of issues your state let's state subsidies for for government companies. You know of a production of various various topics, which is things have been talking about during the Trump administration, and they're going to continue to talk about. So you know you're the U. S. Japan. Other countries are going to be having discussions with with each other about how to deal with issues that they faced in China, but also Europe, the U. S and Japan and other countries. Also gonna have individual discussing with China about You know how they do with the issues they have. There's still trade negotiations going on between Japan, South Korea and China, for example, on non FDA so yeah, by administration will have its own have its own policies, and they'll have to try and work with our allies. They t sort of Create a unified approach. But each country is going to have its own interests as well that it has to have to look too. So the incoming president Biden is going to inherit in American policy on China. That's pretty hawkish. I'm wondering the difficulty that he may face if he wants to soften it ever so slightly to try to achieve some of the goals that he may have in mind is that a big stretch for him to do it? But he has this really substantial toolbox now that the Trump administration is brought in there, things that have never been used before Visa VI China and so he's got a lot of things that he can sort of turn to T o tariffs. Trade sanctions sanctions on Chinese companies. He has various different things that he can use to try and force China to come to agreement on the things I mean, the issues really has to decide what he wants to do the Oh what these shoes that he really needs to deal with in China, and how do they balance those on other things like climate change is obviously things being talked about. Against state subsidies for Chinese companies access the Chinese market for various things. You know, it's you know, he said in his interview with The New York Times recently that they're going to take time. Look at the whole policy on China and then try and come to a decision. But I mean, he has a lot of options, but there's also a lot of issues that need to be resolved. And James. From the Chinese standpoint, it's been a much more assertive regime under Shi Jin ping, that what we saw in the past and we had the Wolf Warrior diplomacy and there's been a lot of fireworks in that area. Just wondering from your standpoint there in Beijing. Is China prepared for decoupling? Does it want decoupling? Or is it trying TOC sort of manage that in a very Tentative way. Well, I don't think that Chinese gonna once the company I mean, I think they obviously they still need access to things like US technology. They need access to American chip technology, for example. But there you know, the last four years have shown them they have to prepare for U S government that wants to decouple or wants to cut off their access to these things that they need. So you're in the work report, which came out recently and also worked for the Work. The statement for 2021 Gerry Ford. They basically put technology self sufficiency and control of their supply chains as the critical goals for the next for the next year, going forward after that, so they're clearly preparing that there. They need to be more self sufficient. They need to prepare in case they do get cut off here in case the U. S. Does. Do more things to block who always access or ZTE's access to you to us technology that they do need. So whether China wants or, you know, desires to come thing you know, they're definitely preparing for that to happen. James. Thank you very much for joining us with your insights. Bloomberg's James maker in Beijing I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong, along with Doug Prisoner, You can catch us every weekday for Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia beginning at 7 A.m. in Hong Kong. And six PM on Wall Street, John. Thanks Brian and Doug just ahead on Bloomberg. Daybreak weekend. That intricate dance we call.

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"john china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"john china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. China's economy is going to be in focus in the coming week as we look ahead to keep trade data coming out, and for more, let's go to Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia host Brian Curtis in Hong Kong and his colleague Doug Prisoner, John China's economy has been churning along in the past few quarters as the country sets the standard for recovering from the pandemic. And now Bloomberg Economics is saying the economy will likely post growth of 6% year on year in a queue for Perhaps reflecting that China's benchmark stock index, the C S, I 300 rose above its 2015 bubble high and the yuan. China's currency has been going from strength to strength. In the coming week. We'll get the trade numbers for December, and with that, most likely there will be a huge trade surplus, and that might mean for the tensions with the West. Joining us for some insights into this is Bloomberg's James Mager. James. It's a really interesting year. We've got President elect Joe Biden coming in, and it looks like probably the U. S. Will want some sort of multilateral approach to dealing with China, and yet China has gone and signed this individual investment deal with Europe. So how does it set up? Do you think for Chinese relations with the West this year? The the deal with Europe that's just being agreed by by China. The European Union is something's been negotiated now for almost 10 years, and so the Europeans, I guess the Chinese wanted to get that At least the Chinese wanted to get that done before the bite administration came in. But I still think that the Europeans and the Americans also the Japanese are going to be discussing. You know how they do with China over a variety of issues your state let's state subsidies for for government companies. Yeah, have a production of various various topics, which is things have been talking about during the Trump administration, and they got to continue to talk about. So you know you're the U. S. Japan. Other countries are going to be having discussions with, you know, with each other about how to deal with issues that they faced with China but also Europe, the U. S and Japan. Other countries. Also gonna have individual discussing the China about You know how they do with the issues they have. There's still trade negotiations going on between Japan, South Korea and China, For example, a non FDA so yeah, the administration will have its own have its own policies, and they'll have to try and work with our allies. They t sort of Create a unified approach. But the each country is going to have its own interests as well that it has to have to look too. So the incoming president Biden is going to inherit in American policy on China. That's pretty hawkish. I'm wondering the difficulty that he may face if he wants to soften it ever so slightly to try to achieve some of the goals that he may have in mind is that a big stretch for him to do it? Then he has this really substantial toolbox now that the Trump administration is brought in there, things that have never been used before Visa VI, China, and so he's got a lot of things that he can sort of turn to T o tariffs. Trade sanctions sanctions on Chinese companies. He has various different things that he can use to try and force China to come to agreement on the things I mean, the issues really has to decide what he wants to do the Oh what these shoes that he really needs to deal with in China, and how do they balance those on other things like climate change is obviously things being talked about. Against state subsidies for Chinese companies access the Chinese market for various things. You know, it's you know, he said in his interview with The New York Times recently that they're going to take time look at the whole policy on China and then come to a decision. But I mean he has a lot of options, but there's also a lot of issues that need to be resolved. And James. From the Chinese standpoint, it's been a much more assertive regime under Shi Jin ping, that what we saw in the past and we had the Wolf Warrior diplomacy and there's been a lot of fireworks in that area. Just wondering from your standpoint there in Beijing. Is China prepared for decoupling? Does it want decoupling? Or is it trying TOC sort of manage that in a very tentative way? I don't. I don't think that Chinese gonna once the coupling. I mean, I think they obviously they still need access to things like US technology. They need access to American chip technology, for example, But there Yeah, the last four years of showing them they have to prepare for U S government that wants to decouple or wants to cut off their access to these things that they need. So you're in the work report, which came out recently and also worked for the Work the statement for 2021 going forward. They basically put technology self sufficiency and control of their supply chains as the critical goals for the next for the next year. Going forward after that, Um so they're clearly preparing that there. They need to be more self sufficient. They need to prepare in case they do get cut off, even in case the U. S does. Do more things to block who always access or ZTE's access to you to us technology that they do need. So whether China wants or, you know, desires to come thing. Yeah. They're definitely preparing for that to happen. James. Thank you very much for joining us with your insights. Bloomberg's James maker in Beijing I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong, along with Doug Prisoner, You can catch us every weekday for Bloomberg..

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"john china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"john china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the Center on Stress and Health and associate chair of psychiatry at Stanford Medicine. What do you think about the controversy? And especially if you're in the Stanford or whoever community we want to hear from you? You give us a call. Now at our toll free number, it's 8667336786. The number again for your calls 8667336786, and you can. Also, of course, get in touch on Twitter and Facebook. Where at KQED Forum or email Any questions you may have The forum at KQED that or before I go to calls and emails. Let me go back to Dr David Spiegel and David, could you talk about the connection between Hoover and Stanford and what your concerns are there? And I want to remind listeners that we invited Hoover. To be on this segment and couldn't get anybody from Hoover. Who would who's agreeable are able are available for that matter, Eh? So I'm wondering at this point which your thoughts are about. This ongoing integration which of anything between Hoover and Stanford has heighten. Um, it has. Hoover has a long history at Stanford, but it is an unusual and sometimes uncomfortable relationship. The fellows that Hoover are not members of the Academic Council. They don't go through the usual Vetting an appointment process that Stanford faculty do. And they report directly to the board of trustees, not through the usual academic structure that we have it, Stanford So you and whoever is is designed as an organization that former President Herbert Hoover started at Stanford to advocate for the values of Um smaller, government free enterprise Anti communism. And so it has a political agenda and that at times has caused friction between Hoover in Stanford and Part of the problem also is that it is understandable that the rest of the country and the world would not get the distinction between the Hoover Institution as a particular kind of think tank. On the General Act normal activities of academia at Stanford. And so it has created problems in this case when people take what Atlas is saying Aziz, representing Stanford Science, which it clearly does not as the letter from 105. Stanford experts and epidemiology and infectious diseases makes clear. Let's have our listeners weigh in here. We begin with a caller from Oakland. Jim, you're on good morning. Good morning. I'd like to point out back in 1971. Stanford fired fully tenured professor Bruce Franklin for giving a speech about people's war during a Peace demonstration against the war in Vietnam in the war in Cambodia. Nobody dies because of that speech. Nobody was injured because of that speech. Nevertheless, Bruce Franklin was fired. Why is it Mr Atlas being fired? He is saying stuff that endangers the governor of Michigan. And he's giving out health information that literally could cost people's lives in this situation, I think My university from which I graduated this thing entirely inconsistent by treating this man with kid gloves. He should be fired just away. Franklin was fired. They're gonna fire Franklin back Then why not fire this guy now? Yeah, well, thank you for that called him a divorce Franklin back in the day, and I remember that firing cost Great deal of controversy. There does seem to be some inconsistency. Is the collar mentions here? Tom Bartlett. Let's hear from you. E mean. Yeah, that's that zone. Interesting point. I'm not familiar with that case. I mean, in one of the other issues to think about here, are there you know, there are other Hoover fellows. And a couple of Stanford professors who have also expressed, you know, I think what could be called contrarian views on the Corona virus, So it's it goes beyond you know, it goes beyond Atlas. And certainly Atlas is Seems to have the ear of the president. He's on the White House Coronavirus task force. He is very prominent in this way and so influential, so I see why there's a lot of attention directed to him, But you know there are a handful of others that You know, As it happens, the number of the cove it's sort of contrarian seem to be at Stanford or a Hoover, Um, which is just sort of an odd happenstance. But so I don't know. I think it's it's more complicated than just Atlas. Those who support Scott Atlas, being a part of Hoover and Ergo, part of Stanford say that you need diversity of opinions. You need a wide range of opinions and different points of view. That's what universities they're supposed to stand for. That's the argument. You're here, isn't it from faculty Other than the 100? Some who signed that letter? That's right. I mean, that certainly the argument that that's president of Stanford, you know, said it in a recent factually Senate meeting, he said, You know, you're the views of you know, individual fester may not reflect the views of the university. You know when he once again, you know, said that we have different views, and we were in favor of mass and social distancing. But Yeah. I mean, that's I I think it Z. I think it might be trickier than the color, you know, indicates now at the same time, Hoover's in a different position. He Alice is not a tenured professor. He is a senior fellow, which is sort of a quasi tenure. Um, so I don't know, As far as I know, that's Hoover has not considered firing him. This statement. Sort of distancing themselves is the farthest they've gone. Well, here's the collar is right on point. It's John from San Matteo John China's Here on the air Welcome. Yes, Thank you..

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"john china" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"john china" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"john china" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"john china" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We're checking in on China. Gentlemen, there is Financial Times report in these last hours. China's share of global exports falls in supply chains Rethink Multinational seek to Reduce dependency is pandemic and US restrictions Bip This all points to the Anna goes, We've heard over many weeks about the exploration of alternate sites for production in the United States in Latin America in Europe. For what the supply chain has been these many years, which is Chinese property. I also mentioned to scare headlines from the China South China Morning Post, which is a newspaper not unfriendly to the Communist Party. The first is drought and heavy rains ignite fear of China food crisis Despite bumper crops, The second is more intriguing because it's completely paradoxical. She Jinping says Marx is political economy, the bedrock for nations growth. I begin with you, Alan because I don't see any growth in the dropping of the supply chain percentage of participating in the global economy, nor do I see growth in drought. Heavy rains and a food crisis. So can we ignore Xi Jinping and get to the numbers is China losing business? Good evening, Tio hired John and Hy Gordon. And there's no question not only that China's losing business globally but that one of the main reasons has to do with President Trump's tariffs, which still cover Some $360 billion worth of perspective. Chinese exports to the United States and even though I've seen other reports showing is that China's global trade surplus keeps rising, which means that China and its predatory trade policies or subtracting from global growth, the fact is that U. S imports of Chinese goods or down 30% this year. So China has has been showing signs off gaining market share elsewhere. But its losses in the U. S market are so severe that they're dragging the entire the entire global number down. Gordon. I want a key on that comment about Drought and bumper crops and famine. Is that a scare hot headline out of the South China Morning post for a purpose or they're reporting facts. Well, John China. I don't think he has a bumper crop because of the massive flooding, which has affected more than one part of the country. Also, as they point out, they've got some areas that are a little bit parched. They've got the Army worm disease. They've got all sorts of things that are affecting agriculture, which is the reason why China is importing more and more ag from around the world. And it's thinking of establishing farms in other countries. This, I think is becoming a real crisis for Chinese leaders. And it could very well be the defining moment for the Communist Party going forward because food security is considered to be absolutely critical to China Garden. What you describe is not a situation where China has a good hand to play. When it comes to negotiating with the U. S. Is that evident? Yes, I think it is John. Because at least on AG, China is going to have to buy a lot of it. Whether it has a phrase one trade deal with the United States or not, And it's largely because Chinese agriculture even before all of these problems, which we have seen over the last, let's say 9 12 months. Chinese agriculture was not very efficient. It's still very small scale. And they have not been able to apply modern techniques to agriculture. As we see, for instance, in the American Midwest or the Central Valley of California, you have a question for Alan Gordon. Alan, There is indications that Vice President Biden should he prevail on November 3 will cancel the section 301 tariffs that we've just been talking about. Do you think he'll actually go forward with that? And if he were to wood, that sort of end this decoupling of supply change from China? Gordon, I have a feeling that ah vice President by winds this November, he is going to be so preoccupied with the Corona virus. That he won't be very inclined to make dramatic changes in U. S China policy right away, But certainly I think that assuming the virus does somehow come under control or simply vanishes as viruses happened to duplicate the way, although this virus seems to be unusually persistent, I do think that Over time. He's going to be shifting US policy from the kinds of unilateral trade actions that Trump's been taking, and frankly on a massive scale to trying to drum up or appearing to try to drum up allied support for a so called multilateral global front. Against Chinese protectionism to many of America's major allies are two economically conflicted. Too many of them were making too much money from the pre trump China status quo to want to to want to join in with any aggressive campaign to reduce China's role. In the global economy. Alan I Reef in the Financial Times report an anecdote Quanta Computer, the world's largest notebook contract manufacturer and a big supplier of cloud hardware for companies such as Google, Amazon and Facebook shifted production of servers out of China to Taiwan. And to the U S. Now that's one example. But certainly it's not nothing. And do you see that reversing because of post because a Biden administration It's quite possible. Although I do have a feeling that international businesses will remain mindful of the fact that the Chinese political scene is very volatile. China's leadership is very volatile, very unpredictable, very, very prone to arbitrary actions. I think that international companies have run into so much trouble doing business with China independent of Trump's Trade war That they're going to continue to look for alternative production sources. But having said that, if the United States signals that is going to be shifting strategy toward what I think, would be a much less effective course of action. I do think a lot of the pressure that global companies currently phase To move out of China is going to be reduced Gordon. The anecdotes also point to the fact that Foxconn is moving capacity to Vietnam in India. Is that a show of force to get a better deal from Beijing? Or is that a new road? I think that's the new road, John. And it's largely because of the factors that Alan's been talking about China's been making it very difficult for foreign companies you got to remember that Foxconn is Taiwan owned in a siege in Ping is actually ramping up pressure on Taiwan talking about invading And that has got to have some effect on the leadership of that company, which I believe that they understand that they've got to diversify their manufacturing base out of China. Allen then Biden administration a profound change or around the edges. You know, alliances we work together. In other words, do doing the same, which is encouraging supply change to switch. Just not ballyhooing about it. I would say, starting around the ages and moving pretty steadily toward profound depending again on how quickly the Corona virus can be brought under control and policy in the United States returned to some crazy normal state and Gordon, the Chinese. What are they doing about this? Are they making themselves Easier to negotiate with. I'm talking about the Chinese communists. The Marxist Leninist ground. Are they adapting to this supply change shift? No, they're not John on DH. They seem to be pushing companies out and every time see Jin Ping talks about Marxism as the only political philosophy for China that does not help matters. Alan, your thoughts about the Democratic national conventions, platform and China. Are we going to see Ah, reconsideration or have we gone too far in the contest? It seems clear to me that the Democrats are going to endorse this. Gold multilateral approach. They're going to come down very hard on Trump's tariffs. They're going to claim that they've been disastrous not only for American farmers who have of course needed to receive major major federal relief funds because of the China markets that they've lost. They're going to claim that it's been disastrous for us manufacturers and the better workers. Also, that claims, uh, simply doesn't stand up to the facts. But there is such that they they will be dealing with such a friendly, receptive media that I think that message is going to be pretty. Palin Tunnel Senate reality Check Gordon Chang it at Gordon. Gee, Chang, I'm John Bachelor. Balance of nature changing the.

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"john china" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"john china" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Before I go back to the question. I asked you a moment ago. Jon. Is there a particular stock of the day or sector that's catching your fancy? It would definitely be ah. Stocks with exposure to Macau, John China has said that they're going to begin issuing tourist visas again to travel to Macau, which is not, of course, mainly in China. And for that reason, we think the there's a justification to the people who are aggressively investing in Macau at this moment, so Obviously, that one was shut down pretty hard, just like casinos here in this country were even more so because when they when China does a quarantine, they really do a quarantine. I think this is from some of the best news that Macau has had in a long time. So we're really keeping our eye on that and thinking this is a very big positive for LDS Las Vegas Sands. When W Y and then and Mel Co m L. C o, which is the casino resort chain. That really just has exposure there, no exposure it all in Vegas. Some of the wagering stocks in this country took a step back because the sports were delayed or weren't goingto happen at all. And Therefore, there was less to wage Iran. So some of those Online at least services. Ah fell 5 10% in the last few weeks. Exactly And when you have college football, which, of course, A lot of people wager on on a weekly basis, as well as pro football, but college Many of the leagues have already declared that they're not going to have season. They tended it yesterday. So with each of those that effects the likes of draft kings Mom, as well as 10 gaming P M. M. I don't know that those air long term going to be impacted as negatively. But certainly, as you say, you get a five or a 10% drop out of the stock on news like that, And that's not really surprising. I would be surprised if the Big 10 does that. I'm not sure they did. I know them acted northern Illinois did and almost all of the Big 10 Athletic directors said that they think it should be delayed until the spring, but I don't think the Big 10 has said no football yet per se, but I think that she was about to fall. So let me do this, CNN said this in a headline. If it passes, you'll get much more than just a second check the stimulus package that the president is championing and they didn't mean although they will talk about the money. But an extension of payroll protection working moratorium on evictions. That's that. That's the intention it's it's not in place yet. Tax credits for businesses to keep workers on the payroll. Ah, more generous unemployment benefits than they're getting now since the supplement went away. How optimistic are you, John? That This is going to be a reality that these things actually will happen and help people. I think it will. In both cases. I think it will happen. I think it will help people. I still wish that Congress could, um, you know, I wish that when the bill went through the house that it had both parties Negotiating and agreeing to it it that was not the case, Andi was $3.4 trillion which was unlikely, of course to be approved without any sign off from the Republicans in the House. Um and then you know, it basically gave Mitch McConnell the opportunity to play really hard ball saying that's way too much. We're just, you know, we might be able to get to a trillion But certainly not much higher than that. They do need to do something. But we all know that boy is the people that we elect and that go to Washington. For us. It's not like Mr Smith goes to Washington. Um, these are people with their own self interests, and not America's self interest, not American interests in mind, because they're the ones that helped contribute to shutting down the economy. And yet they're not providing that hand up for people when they really need it for this next round of stimulus. Um, I'm not just demonizing them. I could demonize the president, too. But certainly Something has to be done, John, because when you basically deny somebody the opportunity Turn. You have to take care of them, and I thought for the longest time that was the wrong move. For us to shut down as hard as we have for as long as we have. Um, but nonetheless, this is where we are, and you have to address it and it has to be addressed with stimulus. And this that has said it can't just be a monetary stimulus. It's gotta be physical. I gotta come from Congress because They can only do so much on the interest rate side and you know, as far as buying bonds of private companies and things like that publicly traded private companies This just seems like they need to do more. And instead they're doing less. And now they're not even in Washington. They're basically doing this remotely. The president's plan. It's also divert federal funds that were dedicated to other areas and give them back to people is unemployment policy would given extra $400 a week and benefits? On top of the Unemployment that the average person is collecting this 50 states. It varies widely, but the average across the country is $308. So if the $400 plan from the president goes through Then people would be getting $708 a week. On average unemployment. It would be a CZ little ous, $583 in Louisiana and as much as 822 $850 in Massachusetts, Alaska, Hawaii, North Dakota. Some of the more expensive states or some of the more generous states. But therein lies the difference and for $100 would put people closer to well $700 a week, $35,000 a year. I guess it also remains to be seen. If that's gonna happen exactly because about 3/4 of that extra $400 that you spoke would be coming from the Fed. And the other $100 is expected to be made up by the state. And many of the states are saying We're broke already. We can't do it. I heard Gavin Newsom say that I heard Mario Cuomo say that And yet they can't seem to get Congress together to do anything about it. So if that continues them, just as the president did yesterday, he said. Well, I might have to make a temporary capital gains cut to, um and again. We're just making this hole bigger. We're taking down deeper rather than trying to fix anything. Well, he was interested in no, I don't know exactly what it was eliminating or reducing the payroll tax. So another dead if that was your employers, and ultimately I suppose the employees what you thought about that. Well, yeah, that payroll tax. Um, if you could just wave a magic wand and make that happen, then the workers, people who are working would indeed be bringing home more money. There's no doubt about that. On DH. Unfortunately, they would still owe it at some point in the future, which again you're you're putting another barrier up at some point in the future, depending how long that goes on. That's four barrels on social Security, but but if I can understand why you would have to pay that back This is social security. We're talking about which is challenged as it is. I understand the need, but I I'm not so sure about the wisdom of taking it from that pot. Yep, but there are very limited pots that the president could take it from. I mean, he could take it from, for instance, the cares act monies that weren't allocated yet. But that would maybe left for five or six weeks. I could, he could perhaps take it from certain defense spending. And basically just dare the Congress to try to stop him because obviously in the election cycle, the last thing they want to do is Be viewed as people who are where counsel Trent to people who are trying to stop monies from going out to people when, indeed they have the opportunity to push money out people and have elected not to do it. So, Yeah, This is a bit of a mess, And I just hope, John it doesn't drag on too long, because I know there are a lot of people again. You and I spoke of people who are working in the case of that payroll tax cut. If you're not working, you are in desperate need of that money. And it's not your fault that you're not working for, you know, a vast majority of the 12 to 14 million people that were pushed out of work. This is a congressional fix. We're talking about trillions of dollars. The purse is in the house and the Senate. It's not with the president. So if he wants to put a band aid on it understand the need for that. But Congress has to get their act together One way or the other, John Doe Jerry and is the founder of market rebellion dot com. John will visit next week. Appreciate two thoughts. Thank you, John. That's the plan. 12 30. It's time for WG and Radio News. Update 82 degrees at 12. 30. Good afternoon. I'm Steve.

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"john china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"john china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm John Tucker in New York with your global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. One of the things we'll be watching his economic data coming out of China in the coming week, and for a closer look at what's happening in China's economy. We go to Hong Kong and Bloomberg Daybreak anchor Brian Curtis John China's economic recovery, lost ground in July after improving in May in June. The economy did return to growth in the second quarter on the back of industrial output and investment. Consumers, though, have been less willing to take their spending back to pre pandemic levels. Why we asked Jeff Black, who leads Bloomberg's China economics coverage to join us So Jeff. I guess part of this is is shorter term pandemic fears, But there's also some longer term structural constraints that consumers face. Tell us about these Yeah, that's right. In the immediate term, off course, there are still virus outbreaks here and there in China on DH as long as they keep popping up from time to time. I think that that will continue to keep consumers cautious in their behavior so far on balance that will tend to keep Consumer spending rather muted, and that is certainly being the picture we've seen, even though there's been a lot of progressing in controlling the pandemic in mainland China itself, Over the longer term, off course, there are big downward force is on the economy, I suppose minute the biggest one of those would be unemployment. The global shutdowns in the first half of this year have really hit China's manufacturing sector. Very hard on DH. The other issue is that we just don't know how big The unemployment problem is, I think we can take a moment to look at some of these constraints that that consumers face of longer term as well in terms of government transfer payments and And support on healthcare and things like that. Is that also something that keeps consumers being a little bit cautious. Indeed, traditionally, Chinese households have had a very high savings rate because the actual level off state provision on healthcare and old age Pensions and an unemployment insurance is minimal. And in times of great uncertainty, which we certainly have right, not people's saving rates will go up again, and that's that's what we're seeing on top of the fact that there are fewer opportunities to actually spend your money, given the shutdowns, those air, powerful factors keeping people keeping their money in the bank. So back to the more cyclical nature, I suppose. When we look at what sectors are doing Well, is it safe to say that housing and car sales have been okay? Other areas. Maybe not so so healthy. What we're seeing right now is very much an industrial supply led recovery. That means an investment in industry. Investment in infrastructure is what's driving the recovery and a lot of that is led by the state. The private sector is hurting Mohr on. We can see that there's a divergence between Thean mind that the state sector invest in their mind that private sector invests and that's still contracting. On DH last smaller businesses, which is the backbone of the economy. There, Their outlook has bean improving. That's also starting to slow down a little bit. So where's probably seeing small companies starting to worry about the global? I'd look in the second half of the year. Let's talk a little about what the government is doing. In addition to what you've already mentioned, they're pushing infrastructure development, for instance, is not working. It's actually quite a complicated picture. There is at a very high policy level, a big push for infrastructure investment record a month off. What are called special bones, which were earmarked for infrastructure investment where lined up for this year, however, that's still going the machinery of that is still going through. Not all of those bonds have bean issued that has to be financed. And certainly it takes a long time before that actually starts to translate into real money spent on steel on concrete on buildings going up motorways being built on DH, that sort of thing that that's a rather a slow burn. On things. So it's less of Ah, immediate post for the economy. Then maybe some might have hoped. At the same time. We're beginning to see that some of that money earmarked for infrastructure investment Is being diverted to other purposes we've seen in the last month or so announcement that some of those funds would be used for recapitalizing banks, which is certainly a different use altogether. Jeff. Thank you very much. You've been chatting here with Jeff Black, who leads Bloomberg's China economics coverage. I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong, along with Doug Prisoner in New York, you can catch us every weekday for Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia Beginning at 6 a.m. In all Kong and six PM on Wall ST John. Thank you, Brian. And just a hint on Bloomberg Daybreak weekend. How far left or how far a center will Joe Biden and Democrats go. And what.

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Rate of coronavirus cases begins to slow in China

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Rate of coronavirus cases begins to slow in China

"John China is reporting its lowest number of new coronavirus infections in six weeks and hundreds of patients in Wuhan the outbreak's epicenter are being released from hospitals but to people in Washington state have died from covert nineteen of the US stock market is wobbly in futures

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"john china" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"john china" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Home homeless housing yeah we claim we can't build new jail I would just call in jails and put put the people that belong in them in their and John you guys not one please or you I am the only goal they have no money they have no food get out okay ma'am if your in their possession and you wouldn't want to get a call on your case Kahului given our last man part of service resistant do these morons not understand the bay bridge doing what your house they do not want your help this will not work to bail out the sinking ship treatment of the you for the health and safety of the many time to stop the lawyers from taking over the world take the whole month put him in an abandoned Air Force base freedom Connelly builders center out and then when the sale you in a lawyer start suing it's time for the public to stand up and say no we're taking care of the problem ourselves and we're taking back our streets which when you have a chance on your show which you remind your listeners that these are are cute and there too cute to eat what would you tell the people in trying to stop eating they're cute and you know you shouldn't be eating at home working on the bandits along we appreciate it you can get plenty of good fats for your brain avocado some almonds various types of peanuts coconuts and stays in coconut oil and a long list of other non meat products all of those I eat John China to tell the corona virus like Russia without your goal same thing with China the communist countries negative news are you kidding me our government barely says that if the member of the aid thing at the cargo awhile like seventy years before they finally acknowledged and now whatever they state that would be double or triple band I just calm down mind you viruses aren't bacteria they're not.

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"john china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"john china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Away. no Sir our room the room for no better off the side of curial or all sort of jails. is feeling sorry. fear will. disappear from the world. a few miles away cool Harjo he love his mind is still in detention this conduct I am drinking tea I meeting Brad with those helpless people are desperate they don't have enough to eat I see them all in front of me as a fire still in the camp of myself Jim I to them after she was released she wrote down all the names of the people in her cell Samira. Lucinda many M. macleod this just one of what could be tens of thousands of cells across shin John China with the head was back have the whole jam a to them blizzard them yeah I in the sand a Nissan. now that for the PBS newshour I'm next your friend in Istanbul. extraordinary tomorrow news our weekend are China series ends with Nick sure from reporting from Hong Kong and on our website we take a visual exploration of the so call re education centers where one million Uighurs are now being held and you can watch all the stories from our series China peace and prosperity online at PBS dot org slash news hour and that's the news hour for tonight I'm Judy Woodruff have a great weekend.

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"john china" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john china" Discussed on KOMO

"N. B. C.'s Jessica Ettinger's in with business good morning John China says it's willing to buy more US products but that didn't help stocks investors are still worried about the trade war and impeachment the Dow was down seventy nine points it finally happened after fees for buying and selling stock been sliding for years as low as five boxes terms one is now offering free trade's interactive brokers shares of TD Ameritrade Charles Schwab and each trade fell profit warnings came out from companies like Pearson education and carnival cruise line Facebook is now facing its fourth major government investigation as the justice department now dives in it'll open an antitrust probe on today's watchlist personal income numbers for August receive paychecks been going up Sam songs two thousand dollar galaxy folds cell phone is in stores new in theaters universal's animated abominable cruise lines there on it care to build new ships with a carnival he is sending some mixed messages yes they're building more ships and filling them too but the lowered outlook is because of hurricane sandy post ships use a lot of fuel driven primarily by the spike in fuel costs as we had hurricane short term disruptions and itineraries carnival cruise line CEO Arnold Donald on C. N. B. C. he says Americans are sailing in opening their wallets while they're on those ships our board revenues are up we've had substantial capacity increased in Alaska carabiners extremely strong carnival owns Cunard Holland America and princess cruise lines just to name a few.

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"john china" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"john china" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And K two five nine AJ, Austin ninety nine point seven. Do not use force against Iran. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. That's what Russia's president is warning hours after Iran shot down an American drone Putin says US military action would be catastrophic for you essential command responsible for all American forces in the Middle East just issued a statement, rejecting Ron's claimed the American drone flew over Iran, quote. This was an unprovoked attack on a US surveillance asset in international airspace. Officials say the races on to recover the wreckage of the US navy drone shot down by Narain surface to air missile roughly seventeen miles from Iran over the strait of Hormuz not far from where US officials say, Iran attack two tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week. Fox's Lucas Tomlinson at the Pentagon. President Trump before the drone was shot, down told Fox News. Everything's under control with Rondo worry also getting claimed Democrats spied on his campaign. Fox's John decker live at the White House. President Trump telling Sean Hannity that a Justice department investigation will hopefully determine. whether the f._b._i. listened in on the president's phone calls when he was a candidate for president in twenty sixteen we're trying to find out whether or not they actually listened on my calls that'll be the that would be the ultimate we'll see what happens torney general bill bar has named john durham the u._s. attorney for connecticut to investigate the origin of the special counsel's investigation to ensure the government's intelligence collection activities related to the trump campaign where lawful and appropriate dave john china's president and north korea for talks with kim jong hoon telling the chinese leader telling that many positive measures have been taken on their nuclear program but it's not being met halfway president trump abruptly ended his second summit with came in february without a deal for nuclearization police are in mourning and sacramento california officer taro sullivan was shot and killed she gave her young life while protecting our community deputy chief dave pelota the gun was arrested after a standoff on wall street the dow surging.

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"john china" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"john china" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"At the top of the yellow, you're listening to ninety three WIBC WIBC HD one Indianapolis. It's ten o'clock. Do not use force against Iran. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. That's what Russia's president is warning hours. Iran shot down an American drone. Glad Amir Putin says US military action would be catastrophic will you essential command responsible for all American forces in the Middle East just issued a statement, rejecting Ron's claimed the American drone flew over Iran, quote? This was an unprovoked attack on a US surveillance asset in international airspace. Officials say the races on to recover the wreckage of the US navy drone shot down by Iranian surface to air missile roughly seventeen miles from Iran over the strait of Hormuz not far from where US officials say, Iran attack two tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week thoughts, Lucas, Tomlinson at the Pentagon. President Trump before the drummer's shot down till vox news. Everything's under control with Iran. Don't worry. He also again claimed Democrats spied on his campaign. Fox's John decker live at the White House. President Trump telling Shawn hannidy that a Justice department investigation will hopefully determined. Whether the F B listened in on the president's phone calls when he was a candidate for president in twenty sixteen to find out whether or not they actually listened in on my calls. That'll be the that would be the ultimate. We'll see what happens. General Bill bar has named John Durham, the US attorney for Connecticut to investigate the origin of the special counsel's investigation to ensure the government's intelligence collection activities related to the Trump campaign where lawful and appropriate. Dave John China's presidents and North Korea for talks with Kim Jong Hoon telling the Chinese leader, telling that many positive measures have been taken on their nuclear program, but it's not being met halfway. President Trump abruptly ended his second summit with February without a deal for nuclear station. Police are in mourning and Sacramento, California of taro Sullivan was shot and killed. She gave her young life, while protecting our community deputy chief Dave pelota. The gun was arrested after a standoff on Wall Street, the Dow surging up over two hundred.

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"john china" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"john china" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Is here with us as we said, Dan ski John Bryan. So proud to be your Madison wealth managers this Sunday. Every Sunday only here on WGN, John. It was a it was a very, you know, as always I mean, these weeks are very interesting. But here's how I see John. We've got a ton of notes. So let's try to try to get through as many as we can this week. We're jam packed last week to hear our thoughts. John earning season, basically, wrapping up, right? Yeah. We had some European data will not data, but for some forecasts out of the official European Union forecasting agency, which is now looking for European GDP growth to be down to the order of one point three percent right across the board right across the board for the entire EU region. Lots of lots of moving parts going on there. Right. Italy officially in recession chairman industrial production was terrible. The most recent data, obviously Brexit concerns. We all know what's going on in France. Right. Okay. I find this interesting. John China trade talks will really exceleron next week right with Mnuchin which men with Mnuchin and company going to China exactly ahead of this ahead of this March one kind of self imposed deadline, right? And I find it very interesting that it's not being talked about on the major networks any reason for that John that you can think of. Well, I know give us your answer. Swami? My answer would be that. I think the vast majority of media outlets would view such a thing as a major win for Trump right interests major win for Trump. Media's against Trump. I I'm not I'm just stating the obvious John. I'm not I'm not making a political call here. I'm just kind of stayed in the obvious. I think that's why we're not hearing anything about that. Otherwise, I do believe that that would have been the story of the week interesting. I do believe him kudos, President Trump gave a pretty good state of the union speech. I saw a state of the union. I thought was interesting. But I will say this John I think it was well delivered. Okay. Yeah. We'll say this. I think as far as markets are concerned. I think the markets themselves were a little bit disappointed. And that's why we saw a little bit of a sell off after the speech because I think there were some thoughts that Trump would really give some very some. Let's say some key updates with respect to China. I think the market expectations for that. I think there were market expectations for maybe a more clear cut infrastructure plan. Right. I think there was that's true. Well, it's a long speech. He used a lot of political theater doesn't you're going to be a sucker for the war to that's the cancer patient a child. That's that. Beat cancer brain cancer who doesn't like that stuff. Now. Of course, now, listen, listen, it was a very very well delivered speech, but I'm talking in context of markets. I think the markets were just a little bit disappointed. I don't think, but but again, kind of flipping back John, I think in any if we're in a normal realm of you know, let's say media media dispense right media production. Here media coverage. I think the China the upcoming China trip next week would be of major major importance, and we're hearing nothing we heard absolutely nothing this week on it whatsoever. Right, right. So here's going to be the issue, John. Here's what I see is the issue for the markets. And again, everyone who listens to this show knows that we stood up for markets. We advocated adding to positions in December, everyone who listen to the show knows that we we talked about certain areas to consider for your portfolio. Now. Here's the problem. We have at these levels. Okay. And again, we're certainly not that is nor are we anywhere near them. Okay. Despite despite when you turn on any of your favorite business channels. They make it sound as though we're really close to those highs. Don't they, you know, everything's grand again at cetera et cetera. Here's the problem that I have John at these levels you now have your big growth engine stocks, right, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, I'll even throw apple in that mix. Okay. Let's look at them. Let's look at them one by one right? You have Amazon back to the sixteen hundred level, right? Was north of seventeen hundred. Right. So you got about a six seven percent pullback there. Okay. Google Levin hundred watts at twelve hundred right? So you've got a against similar type pullback Microsoft stuck at one zero five ish. Okay. Was up to one twelve thirteen and I'm talking within the last two or three weeks. Okay. So you've got this pullback on the order of six seventy percent right from your growth drivers. And now they're kind of stuck in no-man's land right with. No, no news known. You. Just nailed it. Right in this news vacuum. Okay. So the point. Point is is that we're coming out of earning season, which is your natural attempt at an accelerated rate for share prices. Yeah. And you're now in this vacuum, right? Where again, most everything is going to be driven off of geopolitics. Thank right. Coming up, certainly whether it be China. You know, whether it be the Muller probe, which we're we've talked about that the last couple of weeks. We don't know why that's not being mentioned more. So I think the setup is very very different than it's been in a while. Right. I mean, you have these stocks that we need to be leadership stocks. And I and John tell me if I'm wrong here. But if you don't have the for mentioned stocks that we just talked about throwing apple thrown us. You know, whichever, you know, you can throw in a couple of other names, but those are the biggies, okay? If you don't have them driving to most recent highs, this market tank gonna move. It's a good point. It's simply not point. And I know you wanna touch on on take your thunder. On the printing you put enough to the op-ed that Bernie Sanders stock end Chuck Schumer wrote about getting company, we're going to get to it that are you doing you ge- buybacks? But if you see companies like Google and Twitter punish on their earnings for. Capital expenditure spending turn to grow their business. And we're gonna touch on that John. And and you know, how I feel and that's a great way to end this first segment. So thank you everyone for joining us this Sunday every Sunday, we.

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"john china" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"john china" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Dan, Polanski, John, Bryan. So proud to be your Madison wealth managers this Sunday. Every Sunday only here on WGN, John. It was a it was a very as always. I mean, these weeks are very interesting. But here's how I see John and we've got a ton of notes. So let's try to try to get through as many as we can this week. We're jam pack last week to hear our thoughts. John earning season, basically, wrapping up, right? Yeah. We had some European data will not data, but for some forecasts that of the official European Union forecasting agency, which is now looking for European GDP growth to be down to the order of one point three percent right across the board right across the board for the entire EU region. Lots of lots of moving parts going on there. Right. Italy officially in recession German industrial production was terrible. The most recent data, obviously Brexit concerns. We all know what's going on in France. Right. Okay. I find this interesting. John China trade talks will really accelerate next week right with Mnuchin which men with Mnuchin and company going to China exactly ahead of this. You know, head of this March one kind of self imposed deadline, right? And I find it very interesting that it's not being talked about on the major networks any reason for that John that you can think of. I dunno. Give us your answers for me. My answer would be that. I think the vast majority of media outlets would view such a thing as a major win for Trump. Right interests, major win for Trump. Media's against Trump. I'm not I'm just stating the obvious John. I'm staying in the obvious. I'm not I'm not making a political goal here. I'm just kind of stayed in the obvious. I think that's why we're not hearing anything about that. Otherwise, I do believe that that would have been the story of the week interesting. I do believe him kudos, President Trump key. The pretty good set of the union speech. I saw a state of the union. I thought was interesting. I will say this John I think it was well delivered. Okay. We'll say this. I think as far as markets are concerned. I think the markets themselves a little bit disappointed. And that's why we saw a little bit of a sell off. After the speech because I think there were some thoughts that Trump would really give some very some. Let's say some key updates with respect to China. I adore market expectations for that. I think there were market expectations for maybe a more clear-cut infrastructure plan. Right. I think there was true. Melissa long speech. He used a lot of political theater. You know, he doesn't you're going to be a sucker for the war to that's the cancer patient the child, that's that beat cancer beat brain cancer. Who doesn't like that stuff? Now. Of course, now, listen, listen, it was very very well delivered speech, but I'm talking in context of markets. I think the markets were just a little bit disappointed. But I don't think, but but again, kind of flipping back John, I think in any if we're in normal realm of you know, let's say media media dispense right media production. Here media coverage. I think the China the upcoming China trip next week would be of major major importance. Yeah. And we're hearing nothing we heard absolutely nothing this week on it whatsoever. Right. Right. So here's going to be the issue, John. Here's what I see is the issue for the markets. And and again, everyone who listens to this show knows that we stood up for markets. We advocated adding to positions in December, everyone who listened to the show knows that we talked about certain areas to consider for your portfolio. Now. Here's the problem. We have at these levels. Okay. And again, we're certainly not that is nor are we anywhere near them. Okay. Despite despite when you turn on any of your favorite business channels, they make it sound as though we're really close to those highs. Don't they, you know, everything's grand again at cetera et cetera. Here's the problem that I have John at these levels you now have your big growth engine stocks, right, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, I'll even throw apple in that mix. Okay. Let's look at them. Let's look at them one by one right? You have Amazon back to the sixteen hundred level, right? Was north of seventeen hundred right? So you got about a six seven percent pullback there. Okay. Google Levin hundred was at twelve hundred right. So you've got a against similar type pullback, Microsoft stuck at one zero five. Okay. Was up to one twelve thirteen. I'm talking within the last two or three weeks. Okay. So you've got this pullback on the order of six seven eight percent right from your growth drivers. Right. And now they're kind of stuck in no-man's land right with no news known. You. Just nailed it. Right in this news vacuum. Okay. So the point is is that were coming out of earning season, which is your natural attempt at an accelerated right for share prices. And you're now in this vacuum, right? Where again, most everything is going to be driven off of geopolitics. I would think right. Coming up, certainly whether it be China, you know, whether it be the Muller probe, which we're we've talked about that the last couple we we don't know why that's not being mentioned more. So I think the setup is very very different than it's been in a while. Right. I mean, you have these stocks that, you know, we need to be leadership stocks, and I and John tell me if I'm wrong here. But if you don't have the afer mentioned stocks that we just talked about throwing apple thrown aside. You know, whichever, you know, you can throw in a couple of other names, but those are the biggies, okay? If you don't have them driving to most recent highs, this market taint gonna move not. That's a good point. It's simply not, and I know you wanna touch you. Don't take your thunder. On the printing. You burn up the op-ed that Bernie Sanders stock and Chuck Schumer wrote about getting company we're going to get to it that are you doing Utah buybacks? But if you see companies like Google and Twitter punish on their earnings for. Capital expenditure spending turn to grow their business. And we're going to touch on that John. And and you know, how I feel and that's a great way to end this first segment. So thank you, everyone for joining us this Sunday every Sunday, we are Chia impact as always Rachel is with the spinning the ones in twos as always Danske John Bryan planning for prosperity radio. Our only here at news, talk w Madison wealth managers. Hi,.

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"john china" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"john china" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So what's she doing that? So we illegal. If somebody wants to pay you two hundred thousand dollars to hear you talk the next that's the market. They wanna pay you fifty thousand that's the market. There's nothing wrong with her doing this. I mean, I'm sorry. There's there's absolutely nothing wrong with her doing this. How much do you think? Beto could pull. I'll bet you bet. Oh, couple fifteen hundred bucks fifteen hundred bucks a bag of weed and a thing of has. And has an Beto would be out there doing his thing. No problem. Come on. It's just crazy time. I don't have a zero zero problem with. With with her getting paid how much would you pay? How much would you pay to hear camera Harris speak? How much would you pay to have camera Harris go away? It's a here speak for free all the time on TV and whatnot. I definitely wouldn't pay. Eric said, he's not running for president. He wants to spend time with his family. Mayor of Los Angeles. After how many months was he on the road? John China trying to whip up a frenzy around him. He doesn't even have calendar. This is the mayor of Los Angeles who doesn't even have a calender calender. Yeah. Where you can see what he's doing that. You can see what he's doing or you can call his office, and maybe schedules time, or whatever you gotta do. He doesn't have a calendar you can follow. So he was out of town for four months while he was allegedly the mayor of well. Well, then again, we have a mayor here who spends more time in Bah. And then he does right here getting together down about that. Maybe they're hanging out. But but Garcetti came out the last twenty four hours instead, I'm not running for president. I I'm committed to spending more time with my family. You're out you're out of the picture for four months. Well, yeah, he was making business deals in Japan. And then come back to Elliot to deal with the whole L USD. And he's fixed a homeless problem. So well, yeah, he's fixing green is amazing. He's got them all on overpasses. Exactly. That's great. Jane is in San Diego starting us off. Hello, jane. What's on your mind today? Yeah. Hi, I usually agree with Diane Jacobs, especially on border issues. But I went to a little perplexed today. When I kept hearing that she was going to sue Trump. For the the bus loads of people that are coming to San Diego. I don't understand is. Why are we not doing? Our governor Gavin Newsom who has been still inviting him like Jerry, Jerry Brown, and every other democratic leader can shoot he's doing Trump. He's the only dam Representative who is working for you. I can't figure that out myself. I mean, honestly, I cannot figure out why it is we wouldn't be going after the people in the state. Good. I can see Trump not carrying you know, where they end up because my God is far as I would be concerned. If I was him who the hell cares about the California. Every Representative there once over and what I don't understand is. Why don't we have her sue him? And also have them send buses down here to bring them up to their communities. What is being overlooked? I think people need to call giant Jacobson discipline and also. It just I don't know. I I'm so upset about this. Because I think of all people. And you know, what I heard the other night to which I thought was very interesting Gavin Newsom who's who's the same. As all the other Democrats in California who are show, you know, everything is a racial issue. Everything is this, and why don't do did you hear that? He is now not even living in the governor's mansion. He he's taken his family, and they're gonna live in some quaint like nineteen fifty all white community. So his kids can be brought up in a quote, unquote, great, you know area. Going because it's like them get away with it. Because it's do as I say not as I do. These people may have a corner on the on the market. But they've got to bring it up and call him out onto sure he can do it. Nobody thinking, you know, I'm agreement if he wants to do it. But don't preach to us about what we're supposed to be doing in living with and having central our communities..

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"john china" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"john china" Discussed on WJR 760

"Shadows way. And it is good. The really weird number for caches, five assists, six turnovers. That's the weird one last time audience against Purdue five assists five turnovers. So for catches those six turnovers a season high. Maybe the miniature adding up maybe maybe legs are getting a little tired one more coming for caches, and he makes both of them. Nice work for the product from the freight Jesuit. I. He's got sex. Kennedy grind. So sit down to now the five we have for Tommaso, Michigan state guy. Mcquaid Tillman Winston ward. And henry. Spend stay trailing at fifty five. Forty tend to go in the game. Mcklusky gives it over there to dread dread being guarded. By Henry, still dribbling gives it over. Now to reads raves can't shake mcquaid spiny passer Stevens head fake down the lane shots way. Good. Nice move by Lamar Stevens little head fake. And Dan Laney went for the easy to Tillman after making the three the last time down. He got Tillman office people that shot fake. So he's got eleven seventeen time. He's been in double digits. He comes in averaging eighteen point six a game. He's our top score. Fifty five forty two. Michigan state mcquaid had the ball knocked away on the side by mcklusky at Penn State out of bounds. MSU get it. But only ten seconds on the shot clock. I can say it has some great baseline plays. If they don't get a shot here off of it. They've gotta go quickly into their offense. So tell me do the honors he'll be front over there by Cowan mcklusky comes back court to cash is Winston cash is making a move on Stevens still working. He's going to take him down low shots away. Good cash. Winston was a man possessed on that trip. He's got eight nice little shot their hook shot over the six eight Stevens nine hundred to go in the game. Penn State as the basketball, we've got dread dribbles a baseline bounce past and wing and tenant for raves. But they don't connect out about MSU gets bad careless. Turn over there in the lines. But I think right now, Michigan state will take it. Nine hundred four left. Michigan state fifty seven. Penn State's got forty two. Mcquaid as it now to cash once in wide open for three he got it. Let me tell you. How wide open? Dribble gets set and then defender fell down. Sometimes it's hard to make that shot. But for is now, he's made seven straight. So now, he's got eleven he's in double digits. John China front for three Steve. It's no good rebound. One by Xavier tell Madonna mcquaid mcquaid, the caches back McCray. But it's not wear. Nice defensive move time by dread here comes Penn State trying to go all the way as Ray with the ball's knocked way Tillman is it not award can catch up with the bass. Nope. Gets it again. Now at the other end, we've got dreaded deep pain over there. I'm not sure what happened. He's grabbing his ankle. He is hurting ran into Nick ward on that play looks like a rolled his ankle. He isn't a lot of hope. He's okay. The man he is in pain. And so now here comes the training staff for Penn State. Well,.

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"john china" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

10:16 min | 3 years ago

"john china" Discussed on WBAI

"Smiley faces. Folks. John. China. Manati siro. Care about tomorrow. Tomorrow. She added pine with ginger Algebra ginger..

Air France-KLM to decide on management plan on May 15 as CEO leaves

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

Air France-KLM to decide on management plan on May 15 as CEO leaves

"A quick check now up the latest business flash headlines the chairman and ceo of air france kayla will step down after workers rejected a pay proposal the seven percent over five years offer was meant to break a deadlock following thirteen days of strike action fifty five point four percent of air france staff voted no john mark john locke will submit his resignation on wednesday with air france unit ceo frank turner to oversee day to day operations of the company khazar is a major shareholder in rosneft nine billion dollar deal to sell a stake in russia's state run will producer john china's troubled c c energy collapse the move cements though has links with moscow at a time when qatar is facing isolation from saudi arabia and other gulf countries and deutsche bank is moving its new york city headquarters from wall street to midtown according to a staff memo the firm will take a smaller space in columbus circle slashing the bank's footprint by about thirty percent bank says the move is an investment in its quote longterm presence in the us employees will start moving in the third quarter of twenty twenty one and that is of course your lemberg business early season in full swing the banks and the financials particularly in focus across the globe in the us europe and of course in the middle east let's go through some of the big names aren't vice president for banks and financial sector coverage i see a competent is with it so the americans led the way with trade the europeans of buffers of cop them they don't know what to do with what's going on down here if we if we break it down let's take it back to study because we just we just finished last conversation on sidey and you say if five banks reported three missed estimates and yet you break it dine the there's a steeper miss on the revenue line you're not you focus okay so five bucks supported was the only one to miss on the bottom line however on the revenue line it's like a three banks miss.

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