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CONOCE  AMA Y VIVE TU FE
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CONOCE AMA Y VIVE TU FE

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 37:48


Monseñor Atanasio Schneider, obispo auxiliar de la diócesis de Astaná, en Kazajistán estuvo el pasado jueves en el plató del programa «El Gato al Agua» del Toro TV y dijo unas muy fuertes declaraciones referentes al arresto del Cardenal Zen y el acuerdo entre el Vaticano y China.Pulsa aqui para ver el programa¡Convierte en Miembro Cristero de Nuestro Canal Hoy!! Pulsa aquíSiguenos en todos los medios y canales aquiHaz click para suscribirte y escucharnos en: AndroidRSSSpotify:TuneInStitcherPlayer FMCastbox Pocket Casts OvercastBeyondPod  PandoraApoya mi trabajo y recibes regalos (Haz click en el enlace o link): www.patreon.com/ConoceamayvivetufeRecibe el Libro Mana de Aliento para el Cristiano GRATIS ¡Haz click aqui!Support the show

Thinking Crypto Interviews & News
CHINA BITCOIN MINING - LEDGER CRYPTO BROWSER - STABLECOIN REGULATIONS - ALGORAND WORMHOLE

Thinking Crypto Interviews & News

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 21:34


China has returned as the second-largest Bitcoin mining hub, with 21.1% of the total global BTC mining hash rate. Ledger is adding a browser extension on Safari called Ledger Connect that will allow users of Ledger hardware wallets to easily connect with Web 3 applications. Investors withdraw over $7 billion from tether, raising fresh fears about stablecoin's backing. Terraform's legal team has reportedly resigned following the $UST crash. The Jump Crypto-backed cross-chain bridge Wormhole has launched support for the Algorand blockchain.Sponsors

World News Tonight with David Muir
Full Episode: Tuesday, May 17, 2022

World News Tonight with David Muir

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 24:28


President Biden in Buffalo, New York today, paying respects to the victims of the deadly mass shooting; A fast moving investigation into the racist mass shooting in Buffalo; Authorities saying one of the pilots in a deadly plane crash in China, intentionally sent the plane into a fatal nosedive; Two children hospitalized amid the nationwide baby formula shortage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bloggingheads.tv
The Power of Crisis (Robert Wright & Ian Bremmer)

Bloggingheads.tv

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 60:00


Ian's brand new book, The Power of Crisis ... Did NATO expansion lead to the invasion of Ukraine? ... Ian: We shouldn't have left Russia behind after the Cold War ... How much trouble is caused by America's lack of perspective-taking? ... The critical problems Ian wants the world to focus on ... Does the “democracy vs. autocracy” framing do more harm than good? ... The rival technological visions of the US and China (and Elon Musk) ... Could our current crises be the seeds of future flourishing? ...

Thoughts on the Market
Mid-Year Economic Outlook: Slowing or Stopping?

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 10:22


As we forecast the remainder of an already uncertain 2022, new questions have emerged around economic data, inflation and the potential for a recession. Chief Cross Asset Strategist Andrew Sheets and Chief Global Economist Seth Carpenter discuss.-----Transcript-----Andrew Sheets: Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Andrew Sheets. Morgan Stanley's Chief Cross-Asset Strategist. Seth Carpenter: And I'm Seth Carpenter, Morgan Stanley's Chief Global Economist. Andrew Sheets: And today on the podcast, we'll be talking about our outlook for strategy and markets and the challenges they may face over the coming months. It's Tuesday, May 17th, at 4 p.m. in London. Seth Carpenter: And it's 11 a.m. in New York. Andrew Sheets: So Seth, the global Morgan Stanley Economic and Strategy Team have just completed our mid-year outlook process. And, you know, this is a big collaborative effort where the economists think about what the global economy will look like over the next 12 months, and the strategists think about what that could mean for markets. So as we talk about that outlook, I think the economy is the right place to start. As you're looking across the global economy and thinking about the insights from across your team, how do you think the global economy will look over the next 12 months and how is that going to be different from what we've been seeing? Seth Carpenter: So I will say, Andrew, that we titled our piece, the economics piece, slowing or stopping with a question mark, because I think there is a great deal of uncertainty out there about where the economy is going to go over the next six months, over the next 12 months. So what are we looking at as a baseline? Sharp deceleration, but no recession. And I say that with a little bit of trepidation because we also try to put out alternative scenarios, the way things could be better, the way things could be worse. And I have to say, from where I'm sitting right now, I see more ways for the global economy to be worse than the global economy to be better than our baseline scenario. Andrew Sheets: So Seth, I want to dig into that a little bit more because we're seeing, you know, more and more people in the market talk about the risk of a slowdown and talk about the risk of a recession. And yet, you know, it's also hard to ignore the fact that a lot of the economic data looks very good. You know, we have one of the lowest unemployment rates that we've seen in the U.S. in some time. Wage growth is high, spending activity all looks quite high and robust. So, what would drive growth to slow enough where people could really start to think that a recession is getting more likely?Seth Carpenter: So here's how I think about it. We've been coming into this year with a fair amount of momentum, but not a perfectly pristine outlook on the economy. If you take the United States, Q1, GDP was actually negative quarter on quarter. Now, there are a lot of special exceptions there, inventories were a big drag, net exports were a big drag. Underlying domestic spending in the U.S. held up reasonably solidly. But the fact that we had a big drag in the U.S. from net exports tells you a little bit about what's going on around the rest of the world. If you think about what's going on in Europe, we feel that the economy in the eurozone is actually quite precarious. The Russian invasion of Ukraine presents a clear and critical risk to the European economy. I mean, already we've seen a huge jump in energy prices, we've seen a huge jump in food prices and all of that has got to weigh on consumer spending, especially for consumers at the bottom end of the income distribution. And what we see in China is these wave after wave of COVID against the policy of COVID zero means that we're going to have both a hit to demand from China and some disruption to supply. Now, for the moment, we think the disruption to supply is smaller than the hit to demand because there is this closed loop approach to manufacturing. But nevertheless, that shock to China is going to hurt the global economy. Andrew Sheets: So Seth, the other major economic question that's out there is inflation, and you know where it's headed and what's driving it. So I was hoping you could talk a little bit about what our forecasts for inflation look like going forward. Seth Carpenter: Our view right now is that inflation is peaking or will be peaking soon. I say that again with a fair amount of caution because that's been our view for quite some time, and then we get these additional surprises. It's clear that in many, many economies, a huge amount of the inflation that we are seeing is coming from energy and from food. Now energy prices and food prices are not likely to fall noticeably any time soon. But after prices peak, if they go sideways from there, the inflationary impulse ends up starting to fade away and so we think that's important. We also think, the COVID zero policy in China notwithstanding, that there will be some grudging easing of supply chain frictions globally, and that's going to help bring down goods inflation as well over time. So we think inflation is high, we think inflation will stay high, but we think that it's roughly peaked and over the balance of this year and into next year it should be coming down.Andrew Sheets: As you think about central bank policy going forward, what do you think it will look like and do you think it can get back to, quote, normal? Seth Carpenter: I will say, when it comes to monetary policy, that's a question we want to ask globally. Right now, central banks globally are generically either tight or tightening policy. What do I mean by that? Well, we had a lot of EM central banks in Latin America and Eastern Europe that had already started to hike policy a lot last year, got to restrictive territory. And for those central banks, we actually see them starting to ease policy perhaps sometimes next year. For the rest of EM Asia, they're on the steady grind higher because even though inflation had started out being lower in the rest of EM Asia than in the developed market world, we are starting to see those inflationary pressures now and they're starting to normalize policy. And then we get to the developed market economies. There's hiking going on, there's tightening of policy led by the Fed who's out front. What does that mean about getting back to an economy like we had before COVID? One of the charts that we put in the Outlook document has the path for the level of GDP globally. And you can clearly see the huge drop off in the COVID recession, the rapid rebound that got us most of the way, but not all the way back to where we were before COVID hit. And then the question is, how does that growth look as we get past the worst of the COVID cycle? Six months ago, when we did the same exercise, we thought growth would be able to be strong enough that we would get our way back to that pre-COVID trend. But now, because supply has clearly been constrained because of commodity prices, because of labor market frictions, monetary policy is trying to slow aggregate demand down to align itself with this restricted supply. And so what that means is, in our forecast at least, we just never get back to that pre-COVID trend line. Seth Carpenter: All right, Andrew, but I've got a question to throw back at you. So the interplay between economics and markets is really uncertain right now. Where do you think we could be wrong? Could it be that the 3%, ten-year rate that we forecast is too low, is too high? Where do you think the risks are to our asset price forecasts? Andrew Sheets: Yeah, let me try to answer your question directly and talk about the interest rate outlook, because we are counting on interest rates consolidating in the U.S. around current levels. And our thinking is partly based on that economic outlook. You know, I think where we could be wrong is there's a lot of uncertainty around, you know, what level of interest rate will slow the economy enough to balance demand and supply, as you just mentioned. And I think a path where U.S. interest rates for, say, ten year treasuries are 4% rather than 3% like they are today, I think that's an environment where actually the economy is a little bit stronger than we expect and the consumer is less impacted by that higher rate. And it's going to take a higher rate for people to keep more money in savings rather than spending it in the economy and potentially driving that inflation. So I think the path to higher rates and in our view does flow through a more resilient consumer. And those higher rates could mean the economy holds up for longer but markets still struggle somewhat, because those higher discount rates that you can get from safe government bonds mean people will expect, mean people will expect a higher interest rate on a lot of other asset classes. In short, we think the risk reward here for bonds is more balanced. But I think the yield move so far this year has been surprising, it's been historically extreme, and we have to watch out for scenarios where it continues. Seth Carpenter: Okay. That's super helpful. But another channel of transmission of monetary policy comes through exchange rates. So the Fed has clearly been hiking, they've already done 75 basis points, they've lined themselves up to do 50 basis points at at least the next two meetings. Whereas the ECB hasn't even finished their QE program, they haven't started to raise interest rates yet. The Bank of Japan, for example, still at a really accommodative level, and we've seen both of those currencies against the dollar move pretty dramatically. Are we in one of those normal cycles where the dollar starts to rally as the Fed begins to hike, but eventually peaks and starts to come off? Or could we be seeing a broader divergence here? Andrew Sheets: Yeah. So I think this is to your point about a really interesting interplay between markets and Federal Reserve policy, because what the Fed is trying to do is it's trying to slow demand to bring it back in line with what the supply of things in the economy can provide at at current prices rather than it at higher prices, which would mean more inflation. And there's certainly an important interest rate part to that slowing of demand story. There's a stock market part of the story where if somebody's stock portfolio is lower, maybe they're, again, a little bit less inclined to spend money and that could slow the economy. But the currency is also a really important element of it, because that's another way that financial markets can feed back into the real economy and slow growth. And if you know you're an American company that is an exporter and the dollar is stronger, you likely face tougher competition against overseas sellers. And that acts as another headwind to the economy. So we think the dollar strengthens a little bit, you know, over the next month or two, but ultimately does weaken as the market starts to think enough is priced into the Fed. We're not going to get more Federal Reserve interest rates than are already implied by the market, and that helps tamp down some of the dollar strength that we've been seeing. Andrew Sheets: And Seth thanks for taking the time to talk. Seth Carpenter: Andrew, it's been great talking to you. Andrew Sheets: And thanks for listening. If you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share the podcast with a friend or colleague today.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
News Wrap: FDA approves Pfizer's COVID-19 booster for children age 5 to 11

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 5:26


In our news wrap Tuesday, the FDA authorized Pfizer's low-dose COVID booster for kids 5 to 11 years old, China restricted more Beijing residents to their homes to help control a small outbreak, U.S highway deaths shot up last year after a lull during the pandemic, and Congress held its first hearing in half a century on unidentified aerial phenomena. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk
THE HASH: Musk Sets New Condition for Twitter, Citi Says Terra's Fallout Unlikely to Hit Wider Financial System

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 25:17


The most valuable crypto stories for Tuesday, May 17, 2022. "The Hash" team discusses stories of today including the latest development of Elon Musk's Twitter (TWTR) takeover saga, the impact of Terra's collapse and the underground mining in China.See also: Citi Says Fallout From Terra Collapse Unlikely to Hit Wider Financial System-Consensus 2022, the industry's most influential event, is happening June 9-12 in Austin, Texas. If you're looking to immerse yourself in the fast-moving world of crypto, Web 3 and NFTs, this is the festival experience for you. Visit coindesk.com/consensus2022 to get your pass today.This episode has been edited by Michele Musso. Our Executive Producer is Jared Schwartz Our theme song is “Neon Beach.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

China Stories
[Sixth Tone] When the internet knows where you live

China Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 12:20


China's major social media platforms are starting to include users' geographic locations in their posts. They claim the feature is meant to deter imposters, but will it work?Read the article by Cai Yineng: https://www.sixthtone.com/news/1010296/when-the-internet-knows-where-you-liveNarrated by Cliff Larsen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

China Stories
[Week in China] Zeng Yuqun's global leader

China Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 15:17


Should investors think of CATL as the “Huawei of EV batteries”?Read the article: https://www.weekinchina.com/2022/05/zeng-yuquns-global-leader/Narrated by Elyse Ribbons.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

China Stories
[SupChina] The last train to Canton?

China Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 13:58


Despite competition from rail, road, and river, the through train remained the most comfortable and efficient means of getting between Hong Kong and Guangzhou, bridging the two major Cantonese-speaking cities.Read the article by Thomas Bird: https://supchina.com/2022/05/13/the-last-train-to-canton/Narrated by Sylvia Franke.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk
BREAKDOWN: New Data Shows Underground Bitcoin Mining Thriving in China

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 17:00


The U.S. has also expanded its lead in the global hashrate competition. This episode is sponsored by Nexo.io, NEAR and FTX US. The U.S. has also expanded its lead in the global hashrate competition. On today's episode of “The Breakdown,” NLW looks at new bitcoin mining data from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance. Surprisingly (or unsurprisingly, depending on whom you ask), China is back at the No. 2 spot in global hashrate, despite there ostensibly being a full bitcoin mining ban. NLW also looks at the finance conference that has brought representatives of 44 countries to El Salvador, where they're learning about bitcoin among other topics. -Nexo is a secure crypto exchange and crypto lending platform. Buy 40+ hot coins with your bank card in seconds and swap between exclusive pairs for cashback. Earn up to 17% interest on your idle crypto assets and borrow against them for instant liquidity. Simple and secure. Head over to nexo.io and get started now. -NEAR is a blockchain for a world reimagined. Through simple, secure, and scalable technology, NEAR empowers millions to invent and explore new experiences. Business, creativity, and community are being reimagined for a more sustainable and inclusive future. Find out more at NEAR.org.-FTX US is the safe, regulated way to buy Bitcoin, ETH, SOL and other digital assets. Trade crypto with up to 85% lower fees than top competitors and trade ETH and SOL NFTs with no gas fees and subsidized gas on withdrawals. Sign up at FTX.US today.-Consensus 2022, the industry's most influential event, is happening June 9–12 in Austin, Texas. If you're looking to immerse yourself in the fast-moving world of crypto, Web 3 and NFTs, this is the festival experience for you. Use code BREAKDOWN to get 15% off your pass at www.coindesk.com/consensus2022.-“The Breakdown” is written, produced by and features Nathaniel Whittemore aka NLW, with editing by Rob Mitchell, research by Scott Hill and additional production support by Eleanor Pahl. Jared Schwartz is our executive producer and our theme music is “Countdown” by Neon Beach. The music you heard today behind our sponsors is “Catnip” by Famous Cats and “I Don't Know How To Explain It” by Aaron Sprinkle. Image credit: Alfieri/Getty Images, modified by CoinDesk. Join the discussion at discord.gg/VrKRrfKCz8. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Last Week in the Church with John Allen
Cardinal arrested in Hong Kong, Pope's health declines

Last Week in the Church with John Allen

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 31:35


In this episode:Cardinal arrested in Hong KongPope's health sparks conclave speculationPope's summer travel schedule hangs in the balanceChurch in Malta takes new approach to secularizationSupport the show

Learning for Life @ Gustavus
“Farewell to Leningrad”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 68:14


For this special episode, Greg speaks with his extraordinary and much-revered high-school history teacher, Mr. D. Stanley Moore, about Stan's Minneapolis background and education at Beloit College, his study of the Russian language in the US Army and eventually Russian Area Studies at the University of Minnesota and Dostoevsky at Yale, his path to and career at Rich East High School in the postwar town of Park Forest, IL, traveling, teaching, learning, and camping in the USSR and Europe (including in the explosive year 1968), teaching in China during and after Tiananmen Square, Russia's war on Ukraine, and his poetry, from which he reads.

The Health Ranger Report
Situation Update, May 17, 2022 - America will soon become an ACTIVE WAR ZONE with radiological attacks

The Health Ranger Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 84:42


0:00 Intro 15:12 Dumb and Dumber and ... 30:10 Collapsing System 38:35 Russia Report 50:00 More News 1:11:19 Dirty Bombs For more updates, visit: http://www.brighteon.com/channel/hrreport NaturalNews videos would not be possible without you, as always we remain passionately dedicated to our mission of educating people all over the world on the subject of natural healing remedies and personal liberty (food freedom, medical freedom, the freedom of speech, etc.). Together, we're helping create a better world, with more honest food labeling, reduced chemical contamination, the avoidance of toxic heavy metals and vastly increased scientific transparency. ▶️ Every dollar you spend at the Health Ranger Store goes toward helping us achieve important science and content goals for humanity: https://www.healthrangerstore.com/ ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: https://www.naturalnews.com/Readerregistration.html ▶️ Brighteon: https://www.brighteon.com/channels/hrreport ▶️ Join Our Social Network: https://brighteon.social/@HealthRanger ▶️ Check In Stock Products at: https://PrepWithMike.com

KQED's The California Report
FBI Investigating Orange County Church Shooting As Possible Hate Crime

KQED's The California Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 15:56


The FBI has opened a federal hate crime investigation into a shooting Sunday at a church in Orange County that left one man dead and five others wounded. Law enforcement officials say they believe the suspect in the case was motivated by political tensions between Taiwan and China. Reporters: Robert Garrova and Josie Huang, KPCC A judge in Los Angeles has ruled that California cannot legally require corporations to have women members of their boards of directors. The ruling invalidates a law passed in 2018, which said by this year, companies had to have at least two women on boards of five members, and at least three women on boards or six or more.  Reporter: Nina Thorsen, KQED California is hoping to reach carbon neutrality by 2045, and the state is looking to diversify and expand renewable energy projects to meet that goal. One major source of carbon-free energy could come from floating offshore wind turbines. The California Energy Commission earlier this month released a draft target for the amount of wind energy the state would need to help reach its goals. Reporter: Benjamin Purper, KCBX California's nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office says the state could be headed toward a fiscal cliff, despite a record-breaking budget surplus. The LAO says the new proposed state budget would leave California more than $3 billion over a constitutional limit on spending this year, and more than $20 million over that limit next year.  Reporter: Guy Marzorati, KQED  Last month, two Fresno council members announced a new pilot program that would equip street vendors' carts with cameras. This effort comes a year after the murder of street vendor Lorenzo Perez. But it's still uncler if these vendors feel safe. Reporter: Madi Bolaños, KVPR

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
May 17-1: Allianz fraudster Tournant indicted; trial on Bulleit whiskey & Korean deli bank fraud; US v. corruption in Guatemala but not at UN where @AntonioGuterres linked with briber CEFC China

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 2:15


VLOG: Allianz fraudster Tournant indicted; trial on Bulleit whiskey & Korean deli bank fraud; US v. corruption in Guatemala but not at UN where @AntonioGuterres linked with briber CEFC China and Honduras JOH

The Nebraska Way
The Nebraska Way - Episode 38 – 70th Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

The Nebraska Way

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:42


Secretary Pompeo joined Governor Ricketts to discuss his experience in the Trump administration, how to deal with the People's Republic of China, and his opinion on the Russian Federation's invasion of Ukraine.

The Victor Davis Hanson Show
China, Baby Food, and Distractions

The Victor Davis Hanson Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 44:35


Join Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler as they chew over China's outlook, baby food shortages, Kevin McCarthy et al. and the Jan. 6 Commission, as well as John Leo's passing, race and sex identities.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles
The China Way: Ric Grenell Fears Biden Thought Police Will Freeze Americans' Bank Accounts

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 58:32


The China way is coming to America much faster than most patriots expected. The Chinese Communist Party introduced a social credit score several years ago that punishes or rewards Chinese citizens for their political views and activities. US big tech companies and social media companies have introduced a soft version of a social credit score in America by censoring dissidents and banning President Donald Trump from using social media. Two weeks ago, the Biden Administration announced a chilling attack on free speech by implementing a Disinformation Governance Board to eliminate views that Leftists don't like. The Disinformation Governance Board looks and smells like the old Soviet Union KGB national secret police that locked up dissidents in mental hospitals. What else are America's communists planning for patriots? Rick Wiles. Doc Burkhart. Airdate 5/16/22

Explaining History (explaininghistory) (explaininghistory)
The Nanjing Massacre 1937-38 (Part One)

Explaining History (explaininghistory) (explaininghistory)

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 24:18


In the winter of 1937-38, Japan launched an assault of previously unprecedented brutality against a Chinese civilian population in the nationalist capital of Nanjing. Japan's desigs for China and South East Asia rested on being able to break the power of China's Guomindang nationalists, who were more inclined to build alliances with European powers or America. The Japanese invaders wanted China to be reoriented towards Japan as the power that would lead China along with the rest of Asia. A symbolic display of violence and destruction at Nanjing would demonstrate to China that further resistance was futile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/explaininghistory.

Business Bros
Getting Creative with Todd Plaster

Business Bros

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:06


956 Todd Plaster is an American who has lived and worked in East Asia for more than 25 years. His commercial ventures brought him to Japan and various locations in China, and as he pursued his career and became fluent in the Japanese and Chinese languages, he also developed his love of magic. Todd now lives in Shanghai with his family, where he and his children have experienced the rigorous Chinese education system. Todd's heartfelt belief in the need for educational reform has merged with his delight in performing and teaching magic — and the Master Plaster brand was the inevitable result! Master plaster is a children's EduTainer which fuses magic with education through original, stories, animations, and songs. We have more than 50 in our collection and have about 2 new titles monthly. I am based in China and also have access to Chinese audiences. ________ Want your customers to talk about you to their friends and family? That's what we do! We get your customers to talk about you so that you get more referrals with video testimonials. Go to www.BusinessBros.biz to be a guest on the show or to find out more on how we can help you get more customers! #Businesspodcasts #smallbusinesspodcast #businessmarketingtips #businessgrowthtips #strategicthinking #businessmastery #successinbusiness #businesshacks #marketingstrategist #wealthcreators #businessstrategies #businesseducation #businesstools #businesspodcast #businessmodel #growthmarketing #businesshelp #businesssupport #salesfunnel #buildyourbusiness #podcastinglife #successgoals #wealthcreation #marketingcoach #smallbusinesstips #businessmarketing #marketingconsultant #entrepreneurtips #businessstrategy #growyourbusiness --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessbrospod/support

The Power Hungry Podcast
Ian Bremmer: Author of The Power of Crisis: How Three Threats – And Our Response – Will Change the World

The Power Hungry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 58:16


Ian Bremmer is the president of the Eurasia Group and the author of 11 books, including his latest, The Power of Crisis: How Three Threats – And Our Response – Will Change the World, which will be released on May 17. In this episode, Bremmer talks about the three threats – pandemics, climate change, and new technologies – that are now facing global leaders, as well as China's ongoing lockdowns, Russia's invasion of Ukraine, disrupted supply chains, and why he is optimistic that the crises now facing the world can be overcome.

Daily Crypto Report
"China still #2 in global mining power" May 17, 2022

Daily Crypto Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 2:41


Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Brought to you by watchthiscards.com Bitcoin is down .5% at $30,290 Ethereum is down slightly at $2079 and Binance Coin is down slightly at $305 Revolut's Nik Stronsky launches QuantumLight — an AI led VC fund. Politicians in south Korea call for Do Kwon to attend a hearing related to TerraUSD's collapse. The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance says China still #2 in mining power. Spotify trials NFTs on platform

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
Special Edition: The President's Daily Brief, May 17th, 2022

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 18:55


It's May 17th. You're listening to a special edition of the President's Daily Brief. I'm your host and former CIA Officer Bryan Dean Wright. If you want to start your day with a critical, fact-based podcast that will help you understand the world, listen and subscribe to the President's Daily Brief podcast. Your morning intel starts now. First up, Joe Biden is thinking about dropping tariffs against China. But there's a spy in prison this morning that helps us understand why he shouldn't. I'll explain. Your second brief, If you're looking for a good paying job, you might consider being a CEO for a health insurance company. One executive made $142M dollars last year. Let's talk about that. And as always, I'm keeping an eye out for developing stories. Put this one on your radar. Mexican cartels are grooming American kids online and paying them cash to traffic illegals or run drugs across the border. I'll share details. If you enjoyed this episode of the President's Daily Brief, remember to subscribe and listen daily at podfollow.com/pdb. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Worldwide Exchange
Changes China is Making to Ease the Global Supply Crunch; Which Retailers Will Stand Out During Earnings Season?; Where Wall Street is Putting its Money in the Pennsylvania Primary. 5/17/22

Worldwide Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 46:21


Lori Ann LaRocco discusses the steps China is taking to try to alleviate shipping snags at its major ports. Plus, retail insider Jan Kniffen says Walmart and Target are doing the best job among the major store chains in taking on Amazon. And, Ylan Mui details which candidates in the Pennsylvania Senate primary race are being backed by billionaire investors on Wall Street.

American Conservative University
Peter Zeihan, Jordan B Peterson. Ukraine War Weapons, How Russia Will Die, A World Without Putin? And China Will Fail.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 46:29


Peter Zeihan, Jordan B Peterson. Ukraine War Weapons, How Russia Will Die, A World Without Putin? And China Will Fail. Ukraine War Weapons. Peter Zeihan China Will Fail. Jordan B Peterson A World Without Putin? | Peter Zeihan How Russia Will Die. Peter Zeihan. Ukraine War Weapons. Peter Zeihan https://youtu.be/GL94hY1sa18 GEOPOP 82.4K subscribers The Ukraine War and Materiel by Peter Zeihan on May 16, 2022.  The Ukrainian military has been punching well above their weight, something I touched upon in an earlier video. The assessment of the Ukrainians and their success comes partly from Russia's inability to achieve key objectives, such as seizing Kyiv or achieving air superiority over Ukraine. It also comes from tracking the sheer number of tanks and armored vehicles that the Russians have lost--often several of each for every single Ukrainian example that is lost. While this ratio may seem impressive--and it absolutely is--there is a key piece of context that is lost. The Russians have so, so, so many tanks and armored vehicles to continue to toss at Ukraine, whereas Kyiv is reliant on the goodwill of the United States and its European partners to keep them afloat. Wars of atrition might not be new to the Russians, but that doesn't mean it's a comfortable place for Moscow to fight from. Russia has to remain very sensitive to the number of soldiers it is losing in the war. Beyond the staggering number of Russian military commanders the Ukrainians have been able to eliminate, Russian conscripts are also falling at an alarming rate. Moscow has to balance against public sentiment shifting quickly against the Ukraine war, but also minding the reality that it only has a finite number of young men at any time to operate its tanks and armored vehicles. The Ukraine War is going to be a drawn out endurance game, between the Ukrainian military and its vital foreign suppliers, and a Russian military sitting atop vast (albeit aging) stores of materiel. Geopop showcases top thinkers on global issues. To follow Peter's work and be first to see his updates, check out his website and subscribe to his newsletter here... https://zeihan.com/ Subscribe to Real Vision Finance to see the second clip in full here... https://youtu.be/G8ZMPI2Lvls   China Will Fail. Jordan B Peterson https://youtu.be/Hf1D9-zSOME GEOPOP GEOPOP 82.4K subscribers Watch full interview… https://youtu.be/4De8xhcknGE   A World Without Putin? | Peter Zeihan https://youtu.be/kxJ9BGFyG0s GEOPOP 82.4K subscribers Russian Oligarchs and Putin's Future by Peter Zeihan on May 11, 2022.  How do we get to a world without Russian President Vladimir Putin? The reality is that there's no easy path to get there, despite what some US Senators or leaders within the European Union might want. There has been a near constant stream of chatter from elected officials, talking heads, and regular citizens asking why (or, in some cases, pleading) Russia's cabal of oligarchs don't simply... eliminate Putin from the equation. I'll save you from the messier details of how some plans would go, but history is rife with examples of palace coups that remove this or that blundering leader. Russia is not likely to be one of those places. For one, Russia's oligarchs derive their legitimacy and ability to operate (read: plunder) directly from Putin. Oligarchs may have their own relatively small patronage systems, but they don't have the support of the Russian people. Which brings us to a more important point: the Russian military, intelligence services, and Russian people are still largely supportive of Putin. While this may change, this is something we can't gloss over. There is still considerable institutional support around Putin. And while less critical, there is the very important fact that the current stock of oligarchs range from inept, to incredibly corrupt, to cowardly, to reviled. And these are their good points. Whatever Putin is, he's not stupid. And none of the individuals he handpicked to develop (read: plunder) the Russian state's industries and resources was someone who could one day mount a reasonable challenge to his authority.   How Russia Will Die. Peter Zeihan. https://youtu.be/UwPMtmuuVNw GEOPOP 82.4K subscribers Excerpt from Podcast with Jordan Harbinger. Listen to full interview... https://www.jordanharbinger.com/peter... On this episode, we discuss the developing situation with Peter Zeihan, a geopolitical strategist and author of The Absent Superpower, The Accidental Superpower, Disunited Nations, and the upcoming The End of the World is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization. Here, we examine how the current Russia-Ukraine conflict became a “now or never” option for Putin, the downsides for Russia if it “wins” and what we expect its next steps to be, what NATO is doing to avoid turning this into a nuclear-escalated World War III, why Putin's actions leading up to this point in time don't bode well for Russia in any scenario, and what a country like China with expansionist goals of its own might take away from Russia's hard-earned lessons. Follow Peter on Twitter... @PeterZeihan Sign up to his newsletters/ vlogs... https://zeihan.com/newsletter/ ______________________________  

Brant & Sherri Oddcast
Episode 1577 Put The Flute Down and Help Me…

Brant & Sherri Oddcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 13:59


The Gospel Chicken, Hurried, True Self, Teachers, Breaking Animal News, Most Attractive Guy in China, Live Flute, God Wants To Walk With You, BONUS CONTENT: The Middle Seat, More With The Gospel Chicken, More On Teachers; Quotes: “Hurry ruins saints.” “God is love.” “You only find your true self by being selfless.” “I don't want to miss walking with God. It's too good.”

Poddin' Next Door
#122 - "The Lil Steppers"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 91:46


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with LGBT issues, YSL RICO, the GOAT Kendrick Lamar album review, Streaming Loophole, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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