In this podcast episode, Tudor welcomes Henry Payne to discuss the ongoing United Auto Workers (UAW) strike and its impact on the automotive industry. They highlight the seriousness of the strike, its effect on major automakers like Ford, Jeep, and GM, and the potential ripple effects across the country. They delve into the demands of the UAW and question the feasibility and consequences of these demands. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comFollow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast episode, Tudor welcomes Henry Payne to discuss the ongoing United Auto Workers (UAW) strike and its impact on the automotive industry. They highlight the seriousness of the strike, its effect on major automakers like Ford, Jeep, and GM, and the potential ripple effects across the country. They delve into the demands of the UAW and question the feasibility and consequences of these demands. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Valley's average gas price is at $4.98, with Scottsdale at $5.07. KTAR Reporter Jim Cross joins us to talk about how long the numbers will stay this high. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The five Americans freed from Iran are now en route to the US - we'll tell you what the US gave in return. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is once again playing defense as members of his own party argue over spending. Gas prices have climbed to their highest level of the year - we'll tell you why. More unions are hitting the picket lines - and executive pay is a top issue. And, we'll preview what to expect from the UN General Assembly.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
In the latest episode of NGI's Hub & Flow, Senior Markets Editor Kevin Dobbs interviews Steve Blair, senior account executive at Marex North America LLC. Blair addresses possible production cuts, supplies in storage, weather demand, Australian LNG strikes, war in Russia and more – setting the stage for winter supply/demand and what may happen with prices through the heating season. As Blair noted, many analysts think falling rig counts are starting to contribute to lower output estimates. At the same time, winter weather is around the corner and new LNG export facilities are poised to open soon on the Gulf Coast. If these demand drivers develop in concert with lower production, markets could rally. Blair and Dobbs explain why.
In light of rising gas prices, Chris Cuomo tackles the hot-button issue by breaking down why the price of fuel matters to so many Americans. Looking at how politicians are exploiting the issue ahead of the 2024 elections, Chris argues that presidents unfairly get the blame — or credit — for the price of gasoline, which is actually influenced by global oil markets, and voters shouldn't be gaslit by partisan talking points. Follow and subscribe to The Chris Cuomo Project on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube for new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday: https://linktr.ee/cuomoproject Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Plus: Citigroup's CEO shakes up the bank's upper management levels as she seeks to simplify the company. American Airlines slashes its quarterly profit outlook, citing new union contract and gas prices. And EY announces $1.4 billion investment in AI. Charlotte Gartenberg reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode of The Financial Guys Podcast, hosted by Mike Lomas and Glenn Wiggle, we dive deep into the growing public frustration surrounding a multitude of pressing issues. From the handling of domestic violence allegations within the political sphere to the unsettling rise of everyday item prices, concerns about educational failures, government corruption, unequal … Continue reading Rising Grocery and Gas Prices: A Burden on Americans → The post Rising Grocery and Gas Prices: A Burden on Americans appeared first on The Financial Guys Podcast.
Gas prices have been hurting families' wallets all summer, and in Utah there is still not a huge drop in prices to be seen. The average price at the gas pump is $4.26 for the cheap stuff—43 cents a gallon more in Utah than the average across the country. For example, Georgia and Florida's highs are $3.50/gallon. Is this Bidenomics gone bust? Dave and Debbie discuss if the ball & chain of high gas prices will plague the President's re-election bid.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Status of Women in Politics Third Party Candidates in Utah Sextortion Schemes Targeting Teen Boys on the Rise Man Recovering in Utah After Being Mauled by Grizzly Bear Uber for Teens Has Launched See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The end-of-summer reprieve from rising gas prices did not last long. After a brief dip last week, gasoline prices are headed higher across the country, according to data from the American Automobile Association. Joe Biden's Interior Department canceled the oil and gas leases issued in the latter days of President Donald Trump's administration. The average price for a gallon of gas dipped two cents last week to around $3.80, according to AAA. That decrease came despite an increase in the price of oil. President Joe Biden has an approval rating of 40 percent while 60 percent of Americans are unhappy with his performance as president, including almost 70 percent of independents, according to a CBS News/YouGov poll published Sunday. Plus, more on today's episode.
KVI's John Carlson interviews Washington Policy Center environmental policy director, Todd Myers, who has been scrutinizing the latest August auction of the Department of Ecology carbon fuel permits which are related to the recently enacted "cap and invest" law signed by Gov. Jay Inslee. Myers tells KVI that the latest August auction prices are the equivalent of about 50-cents a gallon and those price increases at Washington gas pumps will start to arrive this fall at a time when demand usually drops as the summer travel season ends and the school year begins. Myers notes that California has the same auction/pricing system yet the price for WA carbon fuel is 80% higher. And that higher price is going to be reflected at the WA gas pumps.
Patrick De Haan of Gas Buddy joins Chad to talk about rising gas prices in Minnesota, the issues at refineries that are at the root of the issue, and how much of an impact President Biden's policies are having on prices here and around the country.
Housing advocates say eviction rates around Minnesota are increasing at a troubling pace, and gas prices have spiked in parts of Minnesota over the past day... now back over $4 dollars a gallon at some stations. These stories and more in today's evening update from MPR News. Hosted by Emily Bright. Music by Gary Meister.
A.M. Edition for Sept. 8. Gas futures jumped this morning after news that workers at some of the world's largest LNG plants in Australia are going on strike. Plus, U.S. home prices pick up after falling for five straight months. And WSJ reporter Rory Jones explains how sovereign wealth funds in the Gulf have rapidly grown in stature to effectively become the world's ATM. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Mitch McConnell announces he will serve the rest of his Senate term despite health concerns. Is Saudi Arabia manipulating the 2024 election? The New Yorker keys in on Phoenix heat deaths. NYC Mayor Eric Adams warns migrant crisis will destroy the city. Congressman Andy Biggs talks government shutdown and January 6th.
The Capitalist InvestorHello, and welcome to this week's episode of The Capitalist Investor. Joining us today is Diamond Hands D, joined by the A Team - Tony the Tiger and Cool Hand Luke. In this episode, we'll be discussing some of the key topics that have been making headlines recently, including the odds of a recession, the impact of rising oil prices, and the state of the labor market. Let's dive in and explore these themes in more detail.Recession OddsOne of the main topics of discussion in recent months has been the possibility of a recession in the US. Goldman Sachs recently lowered their recession odds to 15%, citing cooling inflation and a robust job market as factors that could help prevent a downturn. However, there are still differing opinions on the matter, with Bloomberg consensus placing the odds at around 60%.When considering the likelihood of a recession, it's important to look at key indicators such as the labor market. As Tony mentioned, having a job is a significant factor in maintaining a positive state of mind and financial stability. With unemployment currently at 3.8%, it's clear that the job market is still strong. However, it's worth noting that job openings have hit a two-year low, which could be a sign of tightening in the labor market.As we mentioned, the labor market is a key indicator of the health of the economy. While unemployment has seen a slight increase, it's important to consider the reasons behind this. The rise in labor force participation suggests that more people are getting back to work, which is a positive sign. However, it's worth questioning why these individuals were not in the workforce to begin with and what impact their return will have on the overall labor market.Oil PricesAnother factor that could potentially impact the economy is the recent spike in oil prices. Saudi Arabia's decision to extend production cuts has contributed to the increase, with prices reaching $86 a barrel. This has led to a rise in gas prices, with the high recently being $3.81 per gallon on average being reached. The airline industry has also warned of potential spikes in fuel costs, which could have implications for travel and freight prices.The rise in oil prices raises concerns about inflation and its impact on consumer spending. As Luke mentioned, inflation is a persistent issue that needs to be carefully managed. If inflation continues to rise, it could put a strain on consumers' wallets and lead to a decrease in spending power. This, in turn, could have a negative impact on the overall economy.Work From HomeThere has also been a shift towards hybrid work models, with many individuals working remotely for part of the week. While this may offer flexibility, it's important to consider the impact on productivity. Studies have shown that working from home can lead to a 20% decrease in productivity. This raises questions about the long-term viability of remote work and its impact on career growth.Future ImplicationsThe topics discussed in this episode have significant implications for the economy and individuals alike. The possibility of a recession, rising oil prices, and the state of the labor market all have the potential to impact consumer spending, inflation, and overall economic growth. It's important for individuals and businesses to stay informed and adapt to these changing conditions.Looking ahead, it's clear that there are challenges and uncertainties on the horizon. The impact of rising oil prices, the potential for a recession, and the changing dynamics of the labor market all require careful attention and analysis. However, as Americans, we have a history of resilience and finding solutions to overcome challenges. By staying informed and proactive, we can navigate these uncertain times.
The White House says President Joe Biden will visit Florida's hardest hit areas of Hurricane Idalia this weekend. A leader of the far-right organization, the Proud Boys, has been sentenced and it's among the longest handed down yet to a Capitol rioter. US Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have released their long-awaited 2022 financial disclosure forms. A US Capitol physician has medically cleared Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell following his health scare. And, getting around may be more expensive this Labor Day weekend.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
The state Public Utilities Commission votes today on whether SoCal Gas can expand storage at Aliso Canyon. What you should know about the latest COVID variant: BA.2.86. Why the price of gasoline is so high this Labor Day holiday. Support The L.A. Report by donating now at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com.Support the show: https://laist.com
Mike Armstrong and Paul Lane discuss rising gasoline prices hit inflation-weary Americans. The US and China agree on steps to ease trade tensions. US does not want to 'decouple' from China, Gina Raimondo says. China banks to cut rates on mortgages, deposits in stimulus push. Manufacturers leaving China find a home with Indian startups. Srah Foster, Bankrate, joins the show to chat about surprising results from a recent student loan survey. The IRS delays change for 401(K) catchup contributions.
Patrick DeHaan, Gas Buddy Head of Petroleum Analysis, joins Debbie and Tom discussing gas prices and if the combination of Hurricane Idalia and Labor Day will result in a price hike. @GasBuddyGuy Credit: © Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard / USA TODAY NETWORK
If you're planning on hitting the road over Labor Day weekend you might want to keep an eye on the weather. KTAR Reporter Jim Cross tells Jim and Jayme we may see some storms this weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jay Young is a fourth generation oil and gas professional. He has a leadership team with over 100 years of combined oil gas exploration development experience. He is also the author of The Upside Of Oil And Gas Investing. Gas prices soar nationwide as hurricane season is upon us
"They don't want people to know they're being harmed by government policies", says Washington Policy Center environmental policy analyst, Todd Myers, about the Washington State Utilities Commission deciding against alerting customers of Puget Sound Energy that their bill for using natural gas is now going up. Instead the utility will tell rate payers by e-mail or snail mail. Myers explains the new tax hike on WA energy bills and the "brazenly dishonest" decision. Myers says the public counsel within the WaUC said the billing info "needed to be hidden" and adds that decision on the monthly billing statements is "contrary to the spirit of Washington State constitution and law. How WA Attorney General, Bob Ferguson, how now been caught up in this anti-consumer and anti-taxpayer fiasco.
Republicans are blaming the late-summer surge in gasoline prices on President Joe Biden's green agenda, even though U.S. oil production is on track to set a new record this year. POLITICO's Ben Lefebvre breaks down why prices are continuing to rise at the pump and how this trend could factor into the 2024 election. Plus, a new study found climate change was a major driver behind the wildfires that ripped across Quebec and blanketed toxic smoke over U.S. states earlier this summer. For more news on energy and the environment, subscribe to Power Switch, our free evening newsletter: https://www.politico.com/power-switch And for even deeper coverage and analysis, read our Morning Energy newsletter by subscribing to POLITICO Pro: https://subscriber.politicopro.com/newsletter-archive/morning-energy Ben Lefebvre is an energy reporter for POLITICO. Catherine Morehouse is an energy reporter for POLITICO. Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer. Alex Keeney is a senior audio producer at POLITICO. Gloria Gonzalez is the deputy energy editor for POLITICO. Matt Daily is the energy editor for POLITICO.
Peoria and Gilbert rank among the top 25 in a study on American cities with the costliest commutes. The new study ranks cities based on average drive time and median income. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode, Tudor discusses the impact of freight shipping on people's lives and the recent bankruptcy filing of Yellow, a major freight company. Tudor explores the role of unions in this situation and criticizes their actions, highlighting the potential consequences for consumers and the loss of jobs. She also touches on other topics such as the shutdown of the Keystone pipeline, rising gas prices, and the Biden administration's energy policy. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comFollow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Krystal and Saagar discuss a massive impending landlord financial bomb, housing prices skyrocketing, partisan split grows on government power, Democratic representative threatens Biden challenge, RFK and Marianne crush Biden with young voters, potential holy grail of fusion energy breakthrough, Zoom ends remote work, Saudis drive up oil prices, and a key election on abortion rights in Ohio. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ Merch Store: https://shop.breakingpoints.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey BillOReilly.com Premium and Concierge Members, welcome to the No Spin News for Wednsday, July 26, 2023. Stand Up for Your Country. Tonight's rundown: Talking Points Memo: Bill reacts to the latest invoving Hunter Biden's plea deal fallout. Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert joins the No Spin News. Shocking data regarding the acceptance of political violence. Why are gas prices rising? Hillary Clinton blames MAGA Republicans for Global Warming. This Day in History: Sam Houston dies Final Thought: Last Minute Culture In Case You Missed It: Get tickets to Bill and Sid Rosenberg's live show this October; it's "A New York State of Mind" at The Paramount in Hunting, NY. They are on sale this Friday! Watch: The Biden Family Investigation town hall available to Premium & Concierge Members at BillOReilly.com; sign up NOW! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices