It's September 9th. You're listening to the President's Daily Brief. Your morning intel starts now. ------ Today we are going to do a third Big Five Update this week. And I think you're about to see why. First, America has seven days to avert a major economic crisis, with railroad workers set to strike if a deal doesn't come through. Second, some illegal goods are getting into America from China. We'll discuss what those are and why. Third, the Battle for the South Pacific continues, with an alarming development out of the Solomon Islands. Fourth, Europe and the United States are buying more Russian aluminum this year than last — this is an important brief. Finally, Russia's Vladimir Putin says he might walk away from the wheat deal he made with Ukraine. We'll talk about why. Plus, one more thing before I let you go. A reflection about the passing of Queen Elizabeth, and it's one of hope. ------ Please remember to subscribe if you enjoyed this episode of the President's Daily Brief. Email: PDB@TheFirstTV.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Federal Reserve (Fed) Chair Jerome Powell's speech at the Jackson Hole meeting wreaked havoc across the equity markets on Friday. His message was crystal clear: inflation must come down even if it means pain for households and businesses in the process. Major US indices tumbled, the US yields advanced, and the US dollar gained. Gold and Bitcoin were sold. In energy, European gas futures continue their spike and crude oil kicked off the week higher. Due this week, the European flash CPI and the US jobs data will be in focus. For the US, another strong jobs data would further back the Fed hawks, whereas in Europe, even a scary inflation figure, and revived ECB hawks, may not suffice to throw the single currency above parity against the US dollar. Listen to find out more!
Major US banks and even the bellwether of the tech sector, Apple have announced plans to scale back hiring. What does this tell us about the state of the US economy. Jeffrey Halley, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA tells us whilst giving us his views on oil and China
With US inflation rates hitting an unexpected high of 9.1% this month, Ryan Huang takes stock of price hikes in various sectors in the US and evaluates the responses to this worrying situation by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and pressures on the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC). He also assess the winners and losers among major US stocks as tech stocks show signs of recovery while major US banks, on the other hand, experienced sharp declines in investment revenue.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Market mood is sourish, appetite is limited. Major US indices fell for a second session on Tuesday, as recession talks, rising Covid cases in the US and Europe, and prospects of renewed lockdown measures in China add a renewed pressure on market sentiment. Even OPEC's warnings that demand will exceed supply by 1 million barrels per day next year couldn't prevent crude oil from falling back to $95 per barrel. The US CPI is expected to advance to 8.8% in June, from 8.6% printed a month earlier. The softening food, energy and commodity prices, the improved supply chains, the easing shipping costs and lower purchasing manager indices hint that US inflation may have hit a peak last month, or will hit one soon. But when, is the million-dollar question. A further rise in the US consumer prices will certainly revive the Fed hawks today, push the US dollar higher and equities lower. A softer-than-expected figure, on the other hand, could revive hope that the US economy could experience a soft landing and result in a much-awaited pause in the dollar rally, and a rebound in equities before big US banks start releasing their quarterly results on Thursday. In both cases, the market volatility will likely remain high, and the visibility likely remain low especially when you add the lower summer trading volumes into that mix. Listen to find out more!
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Friday's Supreme Court decision overturning the constitutional right to abortion in the United States is reverberating across the world. Major US firms from Disney to JPMorgan and Apple are promising to provide financial support to workers who may need to travel for health care in other states. But what about small or business employees who are clearly hearing warnings about the economic impact of that Supreme Court decision? One study suggests denying women access to abortion will be damaging for the US economy as a whole. One of that report's authors joins the show. Also: Russia defaults on its foreign debt for the first time in over a century To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Market optimism couldn't survive to Jerome Powell's testimony yesterday, as he said that a recession is possible, and that calling a soft landing is ‘very challenging' under the current circumstances. Major US indices closed the session slightly in the negative. Powell will testify today, as well, but most of the negative pricing is certainly done by now. In commodities, the barrel of American crude extended losses below $103 yesterday, BP fell and iShares Diversified Commodity index fell below the 100-DMA for the first time this year, and deeper decline is possible, given the risks of tighter monetary policies to the global economy. The British FTSE index, which has a high concentration of oil and mining stocks lose its advance versus its US peers. Regarding the individual stocks, Altria lost near 10% on news that Juul's e-cigarettes could be banned, and Alibaba gained on news that Ant Group will apply for a key financial license as soon as this month, and the People's Bank of China could accept it. Listen to find out more!
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Raven's QA team votes to become a member of the Game Workers Alliance with a 19-3 vote. What We're Playing Cliff: Life is Strange: True Colors Colby: Trek to Yomi, Dragon Age Inquisition Dylan: Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel, Back 4 Blood News Raven Software Starts the First Union at a Major US Game Developer Activision Blizzard is In Trouble Again 5% of Nintendo is Now Owned by Saudi Arabia Marvel Snap Sounds Pretty Great (or At Least Fast) You Can Almost Build Your Own Steam Deck EA Almost Merged with NBC… …and Still Might Merge with Someone Else Questions *monotone screaming*: Do you have a favorite time for games to be set in? (I.e. WWII, future, Medieval times) Rdeacon: 1. Have you started playing a game and get to a point where you can't get past a certain point, turn off the game come back to it later and easily beat the opponent? 2. What type of soups do you like better.. cream or broth based? Primefan: What are your thoughts on overwatch 2 and do you think they have improved the multiplayer with 5v5 instead of 6v6 Alan S (zeroskill): How important is the soundtrack or sound engineering of a game for you? Can the audio make or break a game for you, or do will you just mute a poorly sound designed game and continue to play it? QwertyHJKL1234: What is a game with a really good/interesting idea, just executed really badly? (or vice versa) Cheap/Free Games Epic Games Mystery Game (last week was Borderlands 3) Xbox Game Pass Sniper Elite 5 (Console and PC) ID@Xbox – May 26 Cricket 22 (PC) ID@Xbox – May 27 Pac-Man Museum+ - May 27 For Honor: Marching Fire Edition - June 1 Assassin's Creed Origins - June 7 Shadowrun Trilogy - June 21 Escape Academy - June 28 A Plague Tale: Requiem (Rumored) Playstation Plus PS Plus Essential ($9.99/$59.99) PS Plus Extra ($14.99/$99.99) Ps Plus Premium ($17.99/$119.99) June 13 Humble Bundle https://www.humblebundle.com/games/cities-skylines-colossal-collection https://www.humblebundle.com/games/pid-22-bundle Patreon John Tippins Sean Palmer Austin Palmer Alan Schulte Joe Cole Jr. Anonymous Rich Deacon Extra Life https://bytemepodcast.com/extralife/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/byte-me-podcast/message
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Netflix dived more than 25% in the afterhours trading after announcing that the subscriptions fell by 200'000 in the Q1. The carnage in Netflix's share price will certainly plummet the good mood in Nasdaq, which rallied more than 2% yesterday. Nasdaq futures are pointing to the downside at the time of writing. The European markets traded in the red on the back of the escalation in Ukraine, as Russia launched the ‘second phase' of the war in the Eastern Ukraine. The futures point at a positive start, yet the risks remain tilted to the downside. Major US indices traded in the green on Tuesday, despite discouraging news that IMF and the World Bank cut growth forecasts and warned of higher inflation, Chinese data showed significant slowdown in economic activity – which could add on the inflationary pressures, and St Louis Fed President James Bullard said he wouldn't rule out a 75-bp increase in the US rates, though this is not his ‘base case' for May meeting. The US yields pushed higher, the dollar gained and the yen fell to the lowest levels in two decades against the greenback hinting that it could soon be time for a downside correction. Today, Tesla will announce Q1 earnings and Barron's warns that the results could disappoint.
Major US equity indexes are mixed in Friday afternoon trading and mostly lower on the week. The S&P is off just under 1% the Nasdaq fell ~3.75% and the Dow ended the week nearly flat. The backup in bond yields has been the big story again this week with treasuries set for another big weekly pullback and 10Y yields up over 30 bp. Looking ahead, March CPI will be the highlight on the economic calendar next week. The big banks also kick off Q1 earnings season on Wednesday. Inflation and supply chain pressures are expected to dominate the earnings season narrative with pricing power, wage pressure and geopolitical uncertainty rounding out the other high-profile themes.
Today's episode is with Mike Rabil, co-founder & CEO of the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL). The PLL has raised millions of dollars from the world's best investors in an attempt to build the next major US professional sports league. Mike walks me through how difficult it was to raise capital, the challenges they face today, their road to profitability, and what he has learned as an entrepreneur and leader. Enjoy!
Goldman Sachs Becomes the First Major US Bank to Trade an OTC Crypto TransactionThe investment bank will soon announce its first OTC crypto trade, in partnership with Mike Novogratz's Galaxy Digital.
As the war in Ukraine continues, some American businesses are finding loopholes to profit from it. In this episode, I take a deeper look into Goldman Sachs and their loophole they are using to get around current sanctions. And back channel informants are saying that a Bitcoin Spot ETF could be happening as soon as April.
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China officially joined a very select club in 2021- one of three country destinations for US Beef that generated two billion dollars in sales for the calendar year- joining South Korea and Japan.
On this week's podcast, we catch up with Ben. He's a pilot with a major US airline, but he has also carved a niche for himself on social media, answering questions every day on TikTok® and InstaGram® on the life of a pilot. We caught up with Ben to turn the tables and ask him a few questions ourselves on his career, his time as a ferry pilot on the North Atlantic and his move to flying with one of the US's major airlines. Along the way, he has some great stories. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How major US firms are putting US lives at risk Chinese expert claims Peng Shuai assault 'unlikely' Taiwan joins EU in WTO case against China Hong Kong hospitals overburdened amid new policy
Major US airlines warn the government that an upcoming 5G rollout could lead to disaster. A medical school in Pakistan is under fire after a string of mysterious deaths are ruled suicides. Crows have taken over Sunnyvale, California -- and, after trying every reasonable dispersal strategy, the increasingly desperate city authorities are turning to lasers. All this and more in this week's Strange News. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Video for this episode is on Spotify, go check it out and see these amazing landscapes & structures ! This is a deep dive into the architecture and the narrative of the Worlds Fairs from 1851-1915, mainly the larger US Fairs. 1851 London, 1853 New York, 1876 Philadelphia, 1884 New Orleans, 1893 Chicago, 1897 Nashville, 1898 Omaha, 1901 Buffalo, 1904 St. Louis, and 1915 San Francisco. Some of the issues/questions I look at are: How did they build so fast? Where did all materials come from? How did materials get to the site? Where are the blueprints for the buildings? No Machines, trucks, or electricity? Horse & Carriage & trains transported all materials? How many workers were used? Who fed them? Where are bathrooms? Where did they sleep? Why are there very few construction photos? All of the electrical work underground? Mat from The Great Deception Podcast https://altmediaunited.com/the-great-deception-podcast/ IG: @thegreatdeceptionpodcast YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/Barons44 Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/hPdLAyfQQ2DP/ Odysee: https://odysee.com/@TheGreatDeceptionPodcast:6 Email: email@example.com
It was one of the most explosive labor issues of the early 1900s – and it involved the United Hatters Union. That union represented the workers who created the hats that put Danbury, Connecticut on the international map at the time. Were unions monopolizing workers – and, could they therefore be sued under the new Sherman Anti-Trust Act? The case went all the way to the US Supreme Court. Listen along with Danbury historian Bill Devlin to learn the background and outcome of this fascinating case.
Even a year later, most Americans cannot agree on what to call the events that took place on January 6, 2021, at the US Capitol. The Democratic Party and most media call it an “insurrection", an attempted coup against a democratically elected government. Most Republicans reject that designation, admitting it was foolhardy, but not worthy of exaggeration. But does the acrimony and mistrust between Americans threaten future elections as well? Host Steve Clemons speaks with Democratic Congressman Joaquin Castro, who barricaded himself in his office on that day, and Republican strategist John Feehery about the lasting effects of January 6.
If the supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park ever had another massive eruption, it could spew ash for thousands of miles across the United States, damaging buildings, smothering crops, and shutting down power plants. lava from the volcano would destroy just about everything within a 40-mile radius of the blast. Major US cities like Denver, Salt Lake City, and Boise would also possibly be destroyed upon eruption.
A U.S. federal jury has said that three major retailers helped flood two Ohio counties with addictive opioids in a first-of-its-kind verdict. The two counties argued that pharmacies at CVS, Walgreens and Walmart did not stop mass quantities of opioid drugs from reaching the black market. We speak about the verdict with Gerald Posner, an investigative reporter and author of Pharma: Greed, Lies, and the Poisoning of America.
Major US indices rallied to fresh record yet, again, because the tapering announcement from the Federal Reserve (Fed) yesterday was rather dovish. Ethereum advanced to a fresh record as well, and Goldman Sachs said it could surge to $8000 if it continues tracking inflation. Overall, the risk is on and people continue hunting for the next big daily bargain, and new IPOs are excellent candidates for a try. Yesterday, the sustainable, wool shoes maker Allbirds went public, and it had a good first day, the stock price more than doubled, and closed the session up by 93%. Not bad at all. The next most-watched IPO is next week's Rivian, which is a Ford and Amazon-backed electric car maker. Today, we have two important events on today's macro calendar. One is the Bank of England (BoE) meeting, and the other is the OPEC decision. OPEC is under a growing pressure from the US, Japan and others to boost supply to help easing the global energy crisis. And the BoE is officially expected to maintain its policy unchanged at today's MPC meeting, but the activity on the MPC SONIA futures a different story!
Major US indices had a record-breaking session on Thursday, but disappointment on Apple and Amazon results will likely weigh on the market sentiment before the weekly closing bell. Nasdaq which led gains and traded at a fresh record will certainly feel the pinch of the softer-than-expected results from Apple and Amazon. And there is little to improve the mood, as Joe Biden is still struggling to pass his mega spending bill, the Covid delta-plus cases are surging and the US growth fell short of expectations in the latest read. Facebook changed its name to Meta. And Tthe last thing on this week's corporate calendar is the earnings from the oil giants Exxon and Chevron. Both companies are expected to report strong quarterly earnings thanks to the rally in oil prices. But strong expectations don't mean a strong beat! Shell for example missed on revenue estimates yesterday and the share price dived 3.50% in London. US crude rebounded past the $83 yesterday, as the price plunge has been seen as an opportunity to buy the dip in the actual environment of energy crisis, rising global demand and still a tight supply. A word on the European Central Bank (ECB) meeting: The message from Lagarde was dovish yesterday, but the price action on euro was hawkish. The EURUSD flirted with the 1.17 mark and has potential to price in more hawkishness no matter what Lagarde says. Finally, Bitcoin plunged to $56K, and could see some more downside pressure during the weekend.
Julia Chatterley is live from New York. Here are the top business news stories today! Wall Street waltz! Major US banks reporting strong results as the COVID-19 recovery continues. Port plight! President Biden takes action to tackle the supply crisis. Planetary punch-up? Prince William says we should focus on saving earth not space travel. It's Thursday, let's make a move. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Major US indices remained slightly offered yesterday, as the IMF cut its global growth estimate from 6% to 5.9% in 2021, while leaving the expectation of a 4.9% growth for 2022. The US growth forecast has been lowered from 7% to 6%, mainly due to supply chain constraints. The supply chain constraints seem to be getting worse at some places, but better in others. Apple faces important decrease in iPhone production and could cut the production target for its iPhone13 significantly in the last quarter. It is also said that Apple, which came out of the Chinese crackdown measures quite unharmed so far, could now see the pressure increased. Elsewhere, the supply chain constraints, and the rising oil prices continue fueling the worries of a longer and stickier inflation in the US and elsewhere. Due today, the US CPI data will reveal how bad the 13% rally in US crude prices impacted the consumer price inflation in September. Also due today, the latest FOMC minutes will likely reiterate the Fed's willingness to start tapering the bond purchases soon and could give a further insight regarding the need and the possibility of seeing the rate normalization happen before 2023. We lately started seeing an acceleration in the US 10-year yield, which is now above the 1.60%, and a strong inflation figure could further boost the yields and weigh on equity appetite.
Major US indices continued their rebound yesterday as US politicians found a midway to raise the debt ceiling to fund the government until the beginning of December. It's only half-good news, as the deal only kicks the can down the road, without solving the problem. The headache will return in a couple of months, but the latest news help soothing investor nerves, for now. All eyes are on today's US jobs data. Released on Wednesday, the US ADP report revealed that the US economy added 568'000 new private jobs versus 430'000 pencilled in by analysts, giving investors hope that we may see a strong NFP figure today, as well. The consensus of analyst expectations on Bloomberg points that the US economy may have added 500'000 new nonfarm jobs in September. But there is no meaningful correlation between the monthly ADP and NFP figures, and we can't rule out the possibility of seeing a negative surprise at today's release. Elsewhere, the decline in US crude following the Russian promise to increase gas supply to Europe boosted dip-buying. The price of a barrel rebounded as quickly as it fell, and the persistent rise in oil prices can only continue boosting inflation fears and the central bank hawks, hence limit the upside potential in case of a further recovery in stock markets. The US 10-year yield approaches 1.60%, a level which could trigger a fresh wave of convexity selling, with Americans rushing to the exit on their bond positions to compensate for the lost interest in refinancing their old mortgages as a result of higher yields. In cryptocurrencies, the appetite remains strong but many start wondering whether Tether holdings are really backed by US dollar. Here is the Blomberg article: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2021-10-07/crypto-mystery-where-s-the-69-billion-backing-the-stablecoin-tether
US equities rebounded on Tuesday amid heated discussions about the impact of Facebook on public health and the worst oil spill in California. Major US indices traded in the green, as Nasdaq led gains. Both Nasdaq and the S&P500 rebounded back to their 100-DMA levels, but the US 10-year yield advanced to 1.57%, warning that the selling pressure on equities may not be over just yet. Due today, the US ADP report will give the first hint on how well the US labour market did in September. Any weakness in the jobs figure could dampen the market mood again, as soft economic data could no longer revive the central bank doves, as the spike in energy prices continue fueling expectations of higher inflation for longer. The barrel of US crude flirted with the $80 per barrel on Tuesday, backed by news of the worst oil spill in California in almost three decades. But the upside remained limited approaching the $80pb level, as the latest API data showed that the US oil inventories increased by a million barrels last week, versus 300'000 decline penciled in by analysts. The more official EIA data, due today, will clarify the latest move in US crude inventories. Bitcoin advanced past $50K yesterday as the SEC said the US won't ban digital coins, and the Bank of America decided to cover the cryptocurrencies as a part of their research, saying the crypto assets are now ‘too large to ignore'. But looking at the global energy crunch and the fight for climate, the huge energy consumption of Bitcoin could, at some point, become a burden for Bitcoin and get investors looking for greener versions of Bitcoin.
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Major US indices were offered on Wednesday, as Nasdaq recorded its biggest drop in two weeks. But Nasdaq is consolidating above its one-year positive trend top, as FAANG stocks give no sign of stress for now. Activity in European and US futures hint that we may not see the mood improving before today's ECB verdict and Friday's US producer price data. The major risk is that there are many leveraged positions in the market right now, and even a fall as small as 2% could trigger forced liquidations and amplify a downside correction. Now it's Europe's turn to find out more about what's cooking in the European Central Bank's (ECB) kitchen. The European Central Bank is expected to maintain its rates unchanged at today's meeting, and at many more meetings to come, but they are expected to start talking about tapering their bond purchases. The DAX shed some 1.50% yesterday and the CAC40 was down by 0.85% ahead of today's ECB meeting as some investors are now fearing the vindictive return from the ECB hawks!
Baanx, the fast growing B2B2C “Better than a Banking Platform” specialising in fintech services & lending, becomes the third-largest shareholder in the United States regulated Maxwell State Bank in a multi-million-dollar deal to enhance cybersecurity and banking access to communities throughout America.
What could destroy us is half-truths. Tragically, when a coalition of US non-profits proposed a framework for responsible regulation of gene editing, they got it only half right. What they got wrong could be devastating for health and the planet. The article was authored by groups including the Environmental Defense Fund, National Wildlife Federation, The Nature Conservancy, and the World Wildlife Fund. To the uninitiated, their words sounded reasonable and measured. After all, they correctly acknowledged that gene-edited products should not be considered as safe as conventional foods and crops. The process can lead to serious side effects. But when it came time to spell out what regulators should actually do, the coalition played right into the hands of the biotech spin machine. It's important for people to understand these issues, otherwise a sensible-sounding policy could lead to disaster. The Institute for Responsible Technology is working to protect you & the World from GMOs (and while we're at it, Roundup®...) To find out exactly how we do this and to subscribe to our newsletter visit https://www.responsibletechnology.org/ Join us at Protect Nature Now to Safeguarding Biological Evolution from GMOs 2.0. The place to get critical up to date information, watch our short film and most importantly, learn easy ways for you to take action against this existential threat. Visit: https://protectnaturenow.com/
ioneer (ASX: INR) managing director Bernard Rowe joins Small Caps to discuss the company's path to becoming the world's lowest cost lithium producer from its Rhyolite lithium-boron project in the United States. A definitive feasibility study indicates Rhyolite Ridge will be a globally significant, low-cost lithium source. In advancing Rhyolite Ridge, ioneer recently awarded Veolia Water Technologies the project's engineering, equipment and supply contract.
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Joe chats to Limerick entrepreneur Jacqui Meskell who scooped up an investment of $50,000 for her start-up Huggnote on the US TV show '2-minute drill' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Major US indices closed Wednesday's session in the green, but today's employment figures could rapidly change the market mood. The latest US jobs data will give an indication on how fast the US labour market is progressing towards the Fed's policy goal, and how close we are to the ‘substantial' progress that the Fed pursues to trigger the most-apprehended tapering of its massive bond buying program. The US economy is expected to have added close to 700'000 new private jobs during the month of July. How would a softer or a stronger-than-expected read affect the market mood? Elsewhere, the fact that the delta variant of the coronavirus is spreading fast is increasingly worrying, as the latest news alters the prospects of economic recovery, especially if governments decide to move toward stricter lockdown measures to break the transmission chains. The problem is, the central banks already deployed all measures to help economies go through the pandemic, and should now deal with overshooting inflation, and not another wave of contagion. But the Covid news is not a big worry for the US big tech companies, which mind their own business with strong quarterly results, and prospects of further advance in their share prices. Whereas the Chinese big tech are feeling the pinch of the government crackdown. And the latest sector to get hit could well be the gaming industry.
This week I unpack Neilson Powless' incredible win at San Sebastián (01:15), if Deceuninck-QuickStep made the right decision not riding for Julian Alaphilippe (11:15) and Sagan's move to Total Direct Energie (13:30). I then break down what Adam Yates and Egan Bernal crashing at the Vuelta a Burgos means for Ineos' Vuelta a Espana plans (and why that race could be the best grand tour of the year) (18:37), before attempting to figure out where Roglic stands as a rider after his impressive Olympic Gold performance in the TT (22:32). Sign up for the newsletter Support the podcast by buying me a coffee
These people, these rioters, acted like terrorists yet Fox News and Newsmax are labeling them as 'political prisoners'.. treating them like 'victims' and calling them 'patriots'. Patriots don't club people with flagpoles with the American flag on one end, patriots don't spray mace at every police officer in sight.. Republicans, after spending $7million and writing 800 pages on the Benghazi commission and after spending 2 years and 4 months investigating Benghazi -and finding nothing- won't even support a commission to look into what actually happened on January 6th? What is wrong with these people? What is wrong with America?