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Best podcasts about PCE

Latest podcast episodes about PCE

Saxo Market Call
Can a hawkish Powell pour cold water on this market?

Saxo Market Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 18:37


Today's slide deck: https://bit.ly/3AVTRx9   - Click here to open an account with Saxo   -  Today we note that Fed Chair Powell is set to speak later today and will likely try to push back against the recent strong easing of financial conditions and pricing of hefty Fed rate cuts that the market has priced to start as early as late 2023. If Powell can't impress the market, the incoming US data might have to do so, with the November ADP private payrolls up today and the PCE inflation data tomorrow. Elsewhere, we zoom in on the latest on crude oil and commodity performance this month, talk Apple, Crowdstrike and incoming earnings and more. Today's pod features Peter Garnry on equities, Ole Hansen on commodities and John J. Hardy hosting and on FX. Read daily in-depth market updates from the Saxo Market Call and Saxo Strategy Team here. Intro and outro music by AShamaluevMusic

La ContraCrónica
FTX y la crisis de las criptomonedas

La ContraCrónica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 40:05


La semana pasada presentó la quiebra FTX, una de las principales plataformas de intercambio de criptomonedas. FTX, de la que ya hablamos aquí en La ContraCrónica hace unos meses, era la joya de la corona de Sam Bankman-Fried, uno de los más reputados criptogurús. Bankman-Fried, que fundó FTX hace poco más de tres años y era un gran defensor de las criptomonedas, dimitió en el acto como director general de la empresa y, según nos hemos enterado, está siendo investigado por los reguladores estadounidenses y por la Comisión de Valores de las Bahamas, que es donde tenía su sede la empresa desde que se trasladase desde Hong Kong hace poco más de un año. Bankman-Fried está también liquidando Alameda Research, la empresa matriz que dio origen a FTX. El derrumbe comenzó hace dos semanas, el 2 de noviembre, cuando CoinDesk, una web especializada en noticias relacionadas con las criptomonedas, publicó un artículo en el que se desgranaba y analizaba el balance de Alameda. A partir de ahí no hubo más que tirar de la cuerda. Se supo que FTX había prestado 10.000 millones de dólares de los 16.000 millones de criptoactivos que los clientes habían confiado a Alameda. Con ese dinero FTX se dedicó a hacer apuestas extremadamente arriesgadas que hicieron saltar todo por los aires. Tan pronto como se supo esto, el FTT, un token emitido por FTX se vino abajo. Fue entonces cuando entró en juego Binance, la mayor plataforma mundial de intercambio de criptomonedas, anunciando que liquidaría sus existencias de FTT y eso terminó de hundir a FTX. Binance se ofreció entonces a comprar a su competidor, pero se echó para atrás poco después cuando analizó las cuentas de la empresa. Bankman-Fried recurrió entonces a los inversores que habían comprado acciones en FTX para pedirles que rescatasen la empresa, pero no había nadie al otro lado respondiéndole al teléfono. Sin que hubiese ya más alternativa tuvo que acogerse al capítulo 11, es decir, a la ley de bancarrota de Estados Unidos, cosa que hizo el viernes pasado dejando a todo el sector de las criptomonedas en estado de shock. Se presentan ahora muchas incógnitas sobre lo que pudo haber pasado en los últimos días en torno a FTX. Entretanto, la cotización de las principales criptomonedas se ha derrumbado. Bitcoin se pagaba ayer a 16.000 dólares, un 75% menos que hace un año, cuando la reina de las criptomonedas cotizaba a 65.000 dólares. Ethereum, por su parte, se pagaba ayer a 1.200 dólares, hace un año se acercaba a los 5.000. En resumen, la crisis en la que entraron las criptomonedas hace unos meses se acentúa y son muchos los que ya no dan un centavo por ellas. La subida en los tipos de interés por parte de los bancos centrales y la pérdida de confianza de los inversores han dejado a este mercado colgando de un alambre. Queda por resolver, eso sí, qué pasó con FTX, algo que traerá cola porque Bankman-Fried era algo más que un apóstol de las criptomonedas. Estaba bien conectado políticamente y tenía un perfil público muy acusado gracias a las campañas que realizaba patrocinando grandes eventos deportivos. Ahora empezarán unos y otros a repartirse las culpas, pero el agujero que han dejado seguirá ahí y ese va a ser mucho más difícil de tapar. En La ContraRéplica: - Luis Tosar y la sanidad - El sello del PCE y el prestigio del comunismo · Canal de Telegram: https://t.me/lacontracronica · “La ContraHistoria de España. Auge, caída y vuelta a empezar de un país en 28 episodios”… https://amzn.to/3kXcZ6i · “Lutero, Calvino y Trento, la Reforma que no fue”… https://amzn.to/3shKOlK · “La ContraHistoria del comunismo”… https://amzn.to/39QP2KE Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM #FernandoDiazVillanueva #ftx #criptomonedas Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Hora 25
Punto y 25 | El sello del PCE

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 1:32


Joaquín Estefanía reflexiona sobre la suspensión cautelar de la emisión de un sello de Correos que conmemora al PCE.

Es la Mañana de Federico
La República de los Tonnntos: Correos pinta la hoz y el martillo de colorines para hacernos ver que el comunismo es "alegre y divertido"

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 8:35


Santiago González comenta la última decisión de Correos conmemorando al PCE y habla de otros tonnntos patrios.

WealthVest: The Weekly Bull & Bear
S7E8: Homebuilders and PCE Forecasts

WealthVest: The Weekly Bull & Bear

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 19:37


In this episode Drew and Tim discussed PCE forecasts, wage inflation, housing prices and Europe's continued energy crisis. WealthVest – based in Bozeman, MT, and San Francisco, CA – is a financial services marketing and distribution firm specializing in fixed and fixed index annuities from many high-quality insurance companies. WealthVest provides the tools, resources, practice management support, and products that financial professionals need to provide their clients a predictable retirement that has their best interest in mind.Hosts: Drew Dokken, Tim PierottiAlbum Artwork: Sam YarboroughShow Editing and Production: Tavin DavisDisclosure: The information covered and posted represents the views and opinions of the hosts and does not necessarily represent the views or opinions of WealthVest. The mere appearance of Content on the Site does not constitute an endorsement by WealthVest. The Content has been made available for informational and educational purposes only. WealthVest does not make any representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy, applicability, fitness, or completeness of the Content.WealthVest does not warrant the performance, effectiveness or applicability of any sites listed or linked to in any Content. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional investing advice. Always seek the advice of your financial advisor or other qualified financial service provider with any questions you may have regarding your investment planning. Investment and investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Modern Stock & Options Trading Show
Episode #70: How the Macro Economic Picture Affects You

The Modern Stock & Options Trading Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 19:27


In this episode of the Modern Stock & Option Trading Show, Russ delves into why the macroeconomic picture matters and how it affects you.  In other words, why should you care about terms such as CPI, PCE, Unemployment levels, Inflation, etc.  Russ breaks down the areas of impact to you when these macro-economic areas change. Don't forget to subscribe to the show!

財訊 《Wealth》
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財訊 《Wealth》

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 9:54


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Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
The Real Estate News Brief: GDP Turnaround, Mortgage Rate High Point, Faltering Rent Growth

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 6:55


In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 29th, 2022... a turnaround for the U.S. GDP, a new high point for mortgage rates, and faltering rent growth.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Economic News We begin with economic news from this past week, and an encouraging report on the U.S. GDP. The government reported a 2.6% growth rate in the third quarter. It was better than the Dow Jones forecast of 2.3%, but is also thought to be a rebound from two quarters of negative growth. According to CNBC, the upside came from a decline in the trade deficit, along with stable consumer spending, higher government spending, and a rise in nonresidential fixed investment. (1)A positive GDP isn't eliminating concerns about a recession, especially if the Fed continues to aggressively raise interest rates to fight inflation. The PCE, which is the Fed's preferred inflation gauge shows a .5% increase in September, to an annual rate of 5.1%. That's for the core rate, which eliminates food and gas. The core rate for the well-publicized CPI, shows an annual rate of 6.6%. (2)(3)Initial jobless claims rose slightly last week. The Labor Department says they were up 3,000 to 217,000. The number of people already collecting benefits was up 55,000 to 1.44 million. (4) Economists are expecting a gradual increase in jobless numbers as the Fed continues to hike the Federal Funds rate.The housing market is feeling the impact of the slowdown. The Case-Shiller index shows that home prices were down for a second straight month. The 20-city index dropped 1.3% in August, while the national index was down 1.1%. The biggest price drops are happening along the West Coast, but the index shows they've gone down for every one of the 20 cities in the index. Year-over-year gains are still in the double digits however, at 13.1%, with Miami, Tampa and Charlotte topping the list for annual gains. (5)Sales are also down for both new and existing homes. The Commerce Department reports that new home sales were down 10.9% in September to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 603,000 homes. The drop follows a surprise surge in home sales the month before. Year-over-year, home sales are down 17.6%. (6) For existing homes, the National Association of Realtors says they were down 10.2% in September. MarketWatch says that buyers have become hesitant because of high home prices and interest rates. Sellers are also less likely to list, because they want to hold on to their low-interest loans. (7)Mortgage RatesAlthough some lenders hit the 7% mark weeks ago, Freddie Mac says the average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate loan is now 7.08%. For the 15-year, it's 6.36%. (8)In other news making headlines...Big Drop in Mortgage DemanLenders are taking a big hit because of high rates. The Mortgage Bankers Association says that home loan demand is close to half of what it was a year ago, and has fallen to its lowest level since 1997. Demand was down 2% last week, and was 42% lower than the same week last year. (9)There was a slight increase in demand for FHA loans thanks to lower rates and lower down payment requirements. Many borrowers are also choosing a riskier adjustable-rate loans because payments are lower at first. There are about four times the number of those loans right now compared to the start of the year. The National Association of Homebuilders also reports a jump in the number of people paying all cash for new homes. That number has been increasing for the last three quarters, and hit a 20-year high of 9.5%, or 14,000 sales, for the current quarter. (10)Rent Growth at a Standstill in Some MarketsRent growth has stalled for a second straight month, and has even declined slightly in some areas. The Real Deal reports that any drops are minimal, but after the rip-roaring growth we saw during the pandemic, the pullback might feel severe for people. (11) Data from Zumper shows that apartment prices were flat, or fell slightly, in nine of the 10 most expensive U.S. cities. Zumper's CEO, Anthemos Georgiades, described the decline as a “correction to prices that had become overinflated.” He says renter migration is slowing down as renters try to cut costs by living with friends or family. He says that could push rents lower if landlords are competing with each other for renters. RentCafe says we'll see 420,000 new apartments coming on line this year. That's a 50-year high for multi-family construction. But the Zumper report also warns tenants that they should not expect any drastic price drops until supply and demand are more closely matched.Rental Demand SlowsData from RealPage also shows that high rents have pushed apartment demand to a 13-year low. It dipped over the summer in the big cities like New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, and Chicago when it usually goes higher. Vacancies are also higher according to CoStar. That data shows an apartment vacancy rate that rose from 5.1% in the second quarter to 5.5% in the third. (12)UBS analyst Michael Goldsmith says: “It's a signal that rent can't continue at the same level it has sustained over the last couple of years. We've reached a point where renters are maybe willing to pull out of the market.”The market for single-family rentals is a whole different niche, which is cooling down slightly in some areas. For example, one real estate broker told the Phoenix Business Journal: “It's cooling down a bit, but only from a level of insanity. Now it's just a hot market.” (13)That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!If you'd like to find out more about single-family rentals, please join RealWealth for free at newsforinvestors.com. As a member, you have access to our market data, our experienced investment counselors, and our curated list of real estate professionals that can help you create a portfolio of income-producing rental homes.Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/27/us-gdp-accelerated-at-2point6percent-pace-in-q3-better-than-expected-as-growth-turns-positive.html2 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/28/pce-inflation-september-2022-.html3 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/13/consumer-price-index-september-2022-.html4 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-jobless-claims-tick-up-in-latest-week-11666874248?mod=economic-report5 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-home-prices-fall-for-second-straight-month-in-august-case-shiller-11666703999?mod=economic-report6 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-new-home-sales-retreat-in-september-partially-reversing-surprising-gain-in-prior-month-11666794303?mod=economic-report7 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/decline-in-u-s-pending-home-sales-gathers-steam-in-september-11666965739?mod=economic-report8 -https://www.freddiemac.com/pmms9 - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/26/mortgage-demand-from-homebuyers-is-nearly-half-what-it-was-in-2021.html10 -https://eyeonhousing.org/2022/10/all-cash-new-home-sales-outnumber-fha-backed-for-the-first-time-since-2007/11 -https://therealdeal.com/national/2022/10/25/rents-slide-or-stagnate-in-4-out-of-5-us-cities/12 -https://therealdeal.com/national/2022/10/25/soaring-rents-sink-apartment-demand-to-13-year-low/13 -https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/news/2022/10/18/corelogic-single-family-rental-market-cooling.htm

The Real Investment Show Podcast
The Fed Really Doesn't Know What It's Doing (11/3/22)

The Real Investment Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 47:49


(11/3/22) After an initial surge following Wednesday's Fed Meeting, markets took a dive with Fed Chairman Powell's hawkish remarks that inflation has not yet abated, and more rate hikes are to come. The result was The Most Volatile 90-Minutes in Market History; there was nothing good in Powell's comments, and with lots of cash held by managers that needs to be put to work before year's end, tumultuous times are to come. Twitter is set to fire half of its employees on Friday, a consequence of going private and needing to become profitable quickly. Mattress Mack places another bet on the Houston Astros winning the World Series. Jerome Powell holds the line until something breaks, and then he'll "fix" it with the same tools as last time. Looking for new Godzilla movie; Rents is a driver of inflation; Powell has gotten it wrong every time, with CPI and PCE favored metrics; Powell is missing the turn in the data. Remember, the Fed doesn't know what it's doing. Markets are re-calibrating post-rate hike; where are Dollar, VIX, and Bonds going? Numbers to watch: Jobless Claims: How accurate will they be? SEG-1: The Most-Volatile 90-Minutes in Market History SEG-2: Mattress Mac's Astros Bet; Powell Holds the Line SEG-3: New Godzilla Movie; The Fed Doesn't Know What It's Doing SEG-4: Markets Are Re-calibrating: Be Cautious of the Numbers Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Portfolio Manager, Michael Lebowitz, CFA Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: "Powell: It's Okay If the Fed Breaks Something" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDsASyehyyw&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1&t=1s -------- Our previous show is here: "Stock Buybacks Don't Really Benefit Investors" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UAEaCOFMvA&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "Economic Stagnation Arrives As “Sugar Rush” Fades" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/economic-stagnation-arrives-as-sugar-rush-fades/ -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #InvestingAdvice #FederalReserve #JeromePowell #InterestRateHike #Inflation #VolatilityIndex #MattressMac #HoustonAstros #WorldSeries #Twitter #ElonMusk #Godzilla #TopGun #Markets #Money #Investing

Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour
The Fed Really Doesn't Know What It's Doing (11/3/22)

Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 47:48


(11/3/22) After an initial surge following Wednesday's Fed Meeting, markets took a dive with Fed Chairman Powell's hawkish remarks that inflation has not yet abated, and more rate hikes are to come. The result was The Most Volatile 90-Minutes in Market History; there was nothing good in Powell's comments, and with lots of cash held by managers that needs to be put to work before year's end, tumultuous times are to come. Twitter is set to fire half of its employees on Friday, a consequence of going private and needing to become profitable quickly. Mattress Mack places another bet on the Houston Astros winning the World Series. Jerome Powell holds the line until something breaks, and then he'll "fix" it with the same tools as last time. Looking for new Godzilla movie; Rents is a driver of inflation; Powell has gotten it wrong every time, with CPI and PCE favored metrics; Powell is missing the turn in the data. Remember, the Fed doesn't know what it's doing. Markets are re-calibrating post-rate hike; where are Dollar, VIX, and Bonds going? Numbers to watch: Jobless Claims: How accurate will they be? SEG-1: The Most-Volatile 90-Minutes in Market History SEG-2: Mattress Mac's Astros Bet; Powell Holds the Line SEG-3: New Godzilla Movie; The Fed Doesn't Know What It's Doing SEG-4: Markets Are Re-calibrating: Be Cautious of the Numbers Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Portfolio Manager, Michael Lebowitz, CFA Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: "Powell: It's Okay If the Fed Breaks Something" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDsASyehyyw&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1&t=1s -------- Our previous show is here: "Stock Buybacks Don't Really Benefit Investors" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UAEaCOFMvA&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "Economic Stagnation Arrives As “Sugar Rush” Fades" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/economic-stagnation-arrives-as-sugar-rush-fades/ -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #InvestingAdvice #FederalReserve #JeromePowell #InterestRateHike #Inflation #VolatilityIndex #MattressMac #HoustonAstros #WorldSeries #Twitter #ElonMusk #Godzilla #TopGun #Markets #Money #Investing

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman
1915: Suburban Renters Increase, Apartment List Survey, Personal Consumption Expenditures, Empowered Investor LIVE

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 40:33


Welcome to today's episode where Jason is joined by his faithful companion Coco, as he steers clear of the ‘thought police,' talking about the Apartment List Survey happening during the nation's midterm ‘erection' and how the housing market has become a political issue for most Americans! Jason also talks about the CPI, which he calls the ‘CP LIE' vis a vis the PCE or the Personal Consumption Expenditures. Moreover, a shocking, tectonic shift in the renter market has taken place, something he predicted back in March of 2022!  He is then interviewed by James Schlimmer and John Bowens of the Building Equity Podcast where Jason talks about the current state of the economy and the housing market and how it stacks up to other commodities by using his Hartman Comparison Index. And you can also buy your tickets NOW to the Empowered Investor LIVE event this January 27-29 happening at a beautiful resort in Scottsdale, Arizona! Early bird rates are going fast. You can also get HUGE discounts on this and all of Jason's events when you become an Empowered Investor Pro member. Just go to EmpoweredInvestor.com. Once a member you can also join their MONTHLY Zoom meeting happening every first Tuesday of the month. So sign up and be part of a community of like-minded investors when you become an Empowered Investor Pro member! Key Takeaways: 0:00 Welcome to Episode 1915! Check out that beautiful animal behind Jason! 1:48 The Erection: Avoiding the ‘Thought Police' 2:33 Apartment List Survey: Rising Housing Costs A More Salient Political Issue for Renters 9:31 Institutional Investors are still a drop in the bucket 11:40 The standard measure of inflation: The CP Lie 13:07 PCE- Personal Consumption Expenditures 15:55 Renters' gradual shift toward suburban and rural areas-Just as Jason predicted back in March 2022 18:00 Empowered Investor Pro Community Monthly Zoom Meeting and the LIVE event in Scottsdale, Arizona Jason Interviewed by James Schlimmer and John Bowens, Building Equity Podcast 19:39 The current state of the US housing market 20:42 Historically, housing inventory is very, very low and cheap mortgages are not helping 22:48 Mistakes new investors make 26:06 What is your measuring stick? 26:43 Tale of 3 markets; sampling Memphis, Indianapolis & Los Angeles 29:03 A skewed housing market data 30:33 The Hartman Comparison Index 31:03 Median home price versus the price of gold 33:20 Median home price versus the price of oil 35:12 Rice and the S&P 36:15 Coaching session with Jason and the Empowered Investor LIVE event in Scottsdale, Arizona 37:25 After a catastrophe like a hurricane, there is MORE demand for housing Featured: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/pce.asp   Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Free Class:  Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else: http://JasonHartman.com/Fund CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free Course: https://www.jasonhartman.com/deals Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com  

TD Ameritrade Network
PCE Confirming The CPI Data

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 7:43


"Economic data continues to support the Federal Reserve's aggressive tightening cycle, which will likely result in a recession. It is possible that the Fed may begin to signal that the end of the tightening cycle is near. The PCE is already confirming what we saw with the CPI data. Inflation is still high with the drivers being food and shelter costs. Services like restaurants and transportation are increasing rapidly," says Dana Peterson.

The Investing Podcast
October 28, 2022 - Daily Market Briefing

The Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 23:07


Ben, Andrew, and Tom discuss this morning's Bloomberg article squashing the notion that the Fed will pivot from their rate hike strategy, a steadying in the most recent PCE print, the completion of the acquisition of twitter by Elon Musk, Elliot Management increasing its stake in Swedish Match, a number of earnings reports headlined by a great quarter from AAPL and a very disappointing quarter from AMZN, and a shift coming as the market moves its focus from earnings to economic data. For information on how to join the Zoom calls live each morning at 8:30 EST, visit https://www.narwhalcapital.com/blog/daily-market-briefingsPlease see disclosures:https://www.narwhalcapital.com/disclosure

TD Ameritrade Network
Buying Megacap Stocks On Sale Is Not A Good Idea With Higher Interest Rates

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 10:13


"I am still focused on small cap stocks and it's not surprising to see the technology sector struggling after earnings and projections moving forward. We have PCE and GDP reports coming out this week. When we had declining interest rates, investors could buy megacap stocks on sale. That is no longer true as these stocks could go lower. The Federal Reserve has been reactive and not proactive," says Michele Schneider.

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Ana Gutiérrez, la Tangerina: una heroína olvidada - 21/10/22

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 57:30


Los protagonistas de la Historia no siempre aparecen en los libros de texto. Algunos han pasado a engrosar las filas de los que anónimamente pusieron lo mejor de sí mismos para cambiar el rumbo de la vida. Este es al caso de Ana Gutiérrez, la Tangerina, incansable luchadora por las libertades en lo más negro de la noche franquista. Documentos RNE recupera la azarosa vida de la Tangerina, una atractiva mujer, de ojos negros, grandes y profundos, y líneas elegantes, cuya determinación en la defensa de sus ideales hizo que su historia pareciera salida del guion de una película. Nacida en Tánger, Ana Gutiérrez ya militaba en las Juventudes Socialistas Unificadas antes de alcanzar la mayoría de edad. Por ello fue detenida y lo pagó con dos años de cárcel y el exilio. Obligada a abandonar su ciudad natal, se refugia en Málaga, donde sigue su militancia y asume encargos más arriesgados para el PCE: enlace, espía y propagandista. Otros dos años de cárcel fueron el precio a pagar por la insistencia en mantener su lucha. Una vez en la calle, la Tangerina volvió a la clandestinidad, esta vez como apoyo del maquis asentado en las sierras del Axarquía malagueña. Allí vivió, además, un romance de alto voltaje con Roberto, el legendario jefe de la guerrilla antifranquista. Para ella supuso nuevamente dos años de cárcel; pero para Roberto, el paredón. A la salida de la cárcel, Ana Gutiérrez, todavía joven, decide rehacer su vida, se exilia en Suiza, se casa y forma una familia. Allí vivió hasta que, tras su jubilación, volvió a España y se fue a vivir a Nerja, a una casa cuya terraza domina las sierras donde se jugó la vida por sus ideales. Este documental, con la firma de Ricardo Aguilera, ha contado con la inestimable colaboración de Salvador Magaz, hijo de Ana Gutiérrez, que ha conservado un valioso cuerpo de documentación, clave para la elaboración de nuestro trabajo, y que es ya objeto de deseo de historiadores. También nos acompaña José María Azuaga, profesor e investigador de la guerrilla antifranquista. Además, hemos contado con vecinos en la zona y expertos en la historia del maquis, como Adolfo Moyano o el periodista y escritor británico David Baird, ambos afincados en Frigiliana, que nos amplían los conocimientos sobre la guerrilla y su contexto internacional. La escritora Mariví Ledesma, autora de La memoria olvidada, abunda en la dureza de aquellos años de plomo y sierra. Vicky Fernández, vecina de El Acebuchal, un de las aldeas que más sufrió la represión en la guerra contra el maquis, nos deja su testimonio, así como otros mayores de la zona como José Ávila, de Cómpeta, o Sebastián Martín, de Frigiliana, que guardan un vivo recuerdo de todo aquello. Gracias a todos ellos hemos podido recrear las circunstancias en las que Ana Gutiérrez, la Tangerina, escribió su historia de valor y entrega que no aparece en ningún libro. Escuchar audio

Nomura Podcasts
The Week Ahead – 21 October 2022

Nomura Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 34:46


In this episode of our Week Ahead podcast series, we'll be looking at the main themes that will drive global markets over the coming week. In the US it's PCE, ECI, University of Michigan, flash PMIs and the Bank of Canada meeting. In Europe it will be flash PMIs, flash German CPI, German IFOs, Economic confidence indices and the all-important ECB meeting. In Ukraine a new push is underway, we have Australian CPI, the Bank of Japan, the new Chinese Politburo Standing Committee members debut and the current state of global markets all to discuss.

SD Bullion
Chart: It Hasn't Been This Bad in 100 Years

SD Bullion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 7:45


In just over 24 hours last week, US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen's financial markets are operating in a fine line, changed to concern about the loss of adequate liquidity in the US Treasury market. Many believe this is a forewarning that the fiat Federal Reserve and US Treasury will begin bailing out the largest bond market in the world with another seemingly infinite QE cycle to come soon. The interest rates on USA IOUs have been screaming higher, yet in real terms, they have been some of the most significant losing investments this year. The yields across the curve have yet to even hit the underreported core PCE price inflation rate.

MarketBeat Minute
MarketBeat Minute(2022-10-11)

MarketBeat Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 1:00


Equities sold off again on Monday as fears of a major recession grow. Not only was there hawkish Fed commentary to move the market but JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is once again predicting a recession. He says the US will fall into recession within 6 to 9 months and that it could take the S&P 500 down another 20% or more. On the flip side, Fed president Lael Brainard thinks there are already signs of improvement within the economy and those comments helped the S&P 500 close off the lows of the session. This week's hurdle for the market is still to come, however, with the PPI and CPI both due out later this week. The market is expecting to see core consumer inflation cool on a month-to-month and YOY basis and it may be disappointed. The last read on PCE prices showed a surprise increase and there are still indications of rising prices from within the S&P 500 itself. A hot number would be bad for the market and could lead it to set a new low by the end of the week.

Say Hi to Money
Acronym Soup

Say Hi to Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 22:07


Politicians, Media and Economists are all too quick to share the latest economic data...or are they? Don't be fooled by one number or report that you hear, get all the facts and draw your own conclusion. We share the recipe for economic acronym soup so you can cook up your own conclusions about the economy. Learn about PPI, CPI, PCE, GDP and unemployment metrics. Subscribe to Our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/Newsletter-RFinances (https://bit.ly/Newsletter-RFinances) Schedule Coaching: www.RFinances.com Help Grow the Podcast: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rfinances (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rfinances) Economic Numbers: CPI: https://www.bls.gov/cpi/ (https://www.bls.gov/cpi/) PPI: https://www.bls.gov/ppi/ (https://www.bls.gov/ppi/) GDP: https://www.bea.gov/data/gdp/gross-domestic-product (https://www.bea.gov/data/gdp/gross-domestic-product) Labor Rates: https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SL.TLF.CACT.ZS (https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SL.TLF.CACT.ZS) PCE: https://www.bea.gov/data/personal-consumption-expenditures-price-index (https://www.bea.gov/data/personal-consumption-expenditures-price-index)

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
The Real Estate News Brief: The GDP, Inflation & Jobs, Slowing Rent Growth, and a New Salary Disclosure Law

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 7:10


In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 1st, 2022... what's up with the GDP, inflation and jobs, why rent growth is slowing, and a new law for California job seekers.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Economic News We have plenty of economic news to report, but first, a few words about Hurricane Ian which has ripped across Florida and South Carolina. Our hearts go out to the families and communities who have been affected. Ian was one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the U.S. and serves as a reminder for homeowners with a high-risk of flooding to check their insurance coverage. (1) Flood insurance is getting more expensive, but it's better than coming up short after a big hurricane. According to ValuePenguin, the average cost of flood insurance from the National Flood Insurance Program is $985 a year. (2) The government's latest revision on the GDP shows the economy shrank .6% during the first half of the year. That's the same as the previous estimate, but as CNBC reports, there's still a lot of disagreement on whether the nation experienced or is experiencing a recession. It's widely believed that two quarters of negative growth defines a recession, but there are other factors to consider in today's environment that don't support that. The strong job market is one of them. With unemployment around 3.7%, some economists believe the economy is expanding. And many are predicting growth in the third quarter. There's also concern that the economy could falter next year, as the Fed continues raising rates to control inflation. (3) And that's a big problem. The so-called personal consumption index for August shows a .3% rise in prices. Without food and gas, the core rate was .6% higher. That shows that inflation is still running hot and brings the annual rate of inflation for the PCE from 4.7% to 4.9%. That's still lower than a 40-year high of 5.3% in February. (4) The Federal Reserve believes the PCE reading on inflation is more accurate than the CPI.Last week's jobless report shows that initial claims dropped to their lowest level in five months. Benefit applications were down to 193,000. The number of people already collecting unemployment benefits also dropped. The total is about 1.35 million. (5)August was a good month for new home sales. The Commerce Department reports a 28.8% surge to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 685,000 homes. As reported by MarketWatch, that's the second-biggest month-to-month jump in new home sales ever. It's also a big reversal from July, when new home sales were down 8.6%, and full-year sales are expected to be down as much as 20%. Some economists attribute the August surge to home buyers rushing to get into a new home before mortgage rates rise any further. (6) Existing home sales went in the other direction. The National Association of Realtors says that pending home sales were down 2% in August. Pending home sales only indicate the likelihood of a sale. NAR is expecting existing home sales for the entire year to fall 15.2%. But NAR's chief economist, Lawrence Yun, expects more home sale activity in 2023. (7)Home price growth is slowing down as mortgage rates get close to the 7% mark. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city index was down .4% in July. That brings the annual rate of home price growth down from 18.7% to 16.1%. The national home price index was also down by a smaller .2%. The decline is reportedly the fastest decline in home price growth in the history of this index, and the first time that home price growth has gone down since February of 2012. (8)(9)Mortgage Rates Mortgage rates continue to rise. Freddie Mac says the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was 41 basis points higher last week, for an average of 6.7%. The 15-year was up 52 points, to 5.96%. Freddie also says there's a wide range of weekly rate quotes, so it's important to shop around if you're looking for a home loan. (10) In other news making headlines...Asking Rents Are Climbing Redfin reports that asking rents were up 11% year-over-year in August to a national median of $2,039 a month. That's a record high, but it also represents a slow-down in rent growth. Rent growth peaked in March with an annual gain of 19%. (11) Redfin economists expect the slow-down to continue as a result of a slower economy, and a boost in rental supply. As Redfin economist Taylor Marr points out: “There are nearly a million rental units under construction that will hit the market in the coming months and years.” But that's still far fewer than the nation needs to meet housing demands.California Job Ads to Include Salary InfoA new California law will make it easier for job applicants to know what they'll get paid. Governor Gavin Newsom just signed a salary transparency bill into law. It requires that job postings include pay ranges, and applies to businesses with 15 or more employees. A few other states have similar laws, but this makes California the largest state to require up-front salary information. The other states include Colorado which requires salary information in job ads, while Nevada, Connecticut, and Washington make salary information available to applicants.The California law could help build momentum for salary disclosures. One big benefit is the potential impact on the gender pay gap. Currently, California women get about 88 cents on the dollar compared to men. The law goes into effect on January first. (12)That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. If you want to keep up with real estate news, please subscribe to this podcast. You can also find out more about how to find and purchase rental properties at our website (newsforinvestor.com). Just hit the “Join for Free” button at the top of the page, for access to our Learning Center and our Investor Portal.And please remember to leave a review!Thank you! And thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/29/hurricane-ian-is-a-reminder-for-all-homeowners-to-check-insurance.html2 - https://www.valuepenguin.com/average-cost-flood-insurance3 - https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-u-s-economy-shrank-in-the-first-half-of-2022-new-gdp-figures-confirm-11664455599?mod=economy-politics4 - https://www.marketwatch.com/story/coming-up-pce-inflation-and-consumer-spending-11664540119?mod=economic-report5 - https://www.marketwatch.com/story/jobless-claims-drop-to-lowest-level-since-april-11664455275?mod=economic-report6 - https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-new-home-sales-surge-28-8-in-august-11664288396?mod=economic-report7 - https://www.marketwatch.com/story/leading-indicator-of-u-s-home-sales-weakens-for-third-straight-month-11664373896?mod=economic-report8 - https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-home-price-growth-sees-a-forceful-deceleration-in-july-as-mortgage-rates-approach-7-11664283912?mod=mw_latestnews9 - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/27/july-sp-case-shiller-index-home-prices-cooled-at-the-fastest-rate-in-index-history.html10 - https://www.freddiemac.com/pmms11 - https://investors.redfin.com/news-events/press-releases/detail/797/redfin-reports-asking-rents-climb-11-in-august-the?utm_campaign=Email_Content-Market_Weekly-NL&utm_medium=email&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8uU4JE0osTQmrJIhZ1eTuqPYvqqLs3zVxsGezp4dndm6REQdzKCgN3_A03IkwVBIWUOXe7xgnxtRGjluaXal135hESb8X_o4Zdkoi6oKisl5B3Lo4&_hsmi=227341139&utm_content=227341139&utm_source=hs_email&hsCtaTracking=5d5088c0-e0ba-4e31-8a1a-5792b988bb7a%7Cf4fd4504-781e-4e9d-b479-488e37deedce12 - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/28/california-pay-transparency-law-to-require-salary-ranges-on-job-postings.html

財訊 《Wealth》
聯準會緊縮路線撐不久了?愛榭克:將出現180度轉變!|美股筆記第二季 EP12

財訊 《Wealth》

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 9:25


#愛榭克 #財訊 #美股筆記 本集錄影時間為2022.09.29。 聯準會在9月提高今、明兩年的通膨預期,市場陷入緊縮恐慌,但愛榭克卻認為,未來聯準會政策將出現「髮夾彎」式的轉變? 00:00 精彩片段 00:19 聯準會動作頻頻,愛榭克怎麼看? 00:55 三大物價指數轉向 02:34 聯準會對通膨的預測會成真嗎? 06:11 愛榭克解釋市場衰退風險 07:48 美股脫鉤基本面,反彈不遠了? ★ 商業合作請洽 service1@wealthgrp.com.tw 或撥專線 (02)2551-2561 轉 255。 主持|Frances 陳對 企劃|陳禹志、吳匡庭 攝影|吳尚哲 剪輯|吳尚哲 後製|吳尚哲

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Extra Comunismo en España. Capítulo 5, Años de democracia - 04/10/22

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 21:36


La etapa final de este relato seriado se sitúa en el tiempo de transición y en el de la actual democracia. El interés del PCE por contribuir al cambio democrático hizo que profundizara en el espíritu pactista expresado en su política de reconciliación nacional iniciada décadas antes. El partido se adhirió decididamente a los Pactos de la Moncloa y al consenso constitucional, cedió en sus señas ideológicas y aumentó sus concesiones en aras de no repetir el trágico pasado del país. Sin embargo, o quizá debido a esta moderación, el PCE sufrió con el asentamiento de la democracia. Mientras que crecía el reconocimiento por su aportación a la convivencia, el partido perdía la hegemonía de la izquierda y sus bases se desmovilizaron. Las tensiones larvadas estallaron y el partido entró en decadencia. La creación de Izquierda Unida frenó parcialmente la caída, pero a costa de diluir las siglas comunistas. Sin embargo, en el momento en que parece que su visibilidad e influencia política es más pequeña, en 2021, una militante del partido, Yolanda Díaz alcanza el cargo más elevado que jamás ha tenido un comunista en España: la vicepresidencia segunda del Gobierno. Tras un siglo de historia, es difícil predecir hacia dónde se orientará el movimiento comunista. Solo el tiempo nos dirá cuál será el futuro de esta ideología nacida en el siglo XX y que, por donde pasó, no dejó a nadie indiferente.   Escuchar audio

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Extra Comunismo en España. Capítulo 4, Años de desarrollo - 04/10/22

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 27:02


Tras el fracaso del plan de resistencia y lucha guerrillera, el capítulo 4 de la serie desarrolla el tiempo en el que el PCE cambia de dirigentes y de línea estratégica. En 1956 el partido lanza su conocida política de reconciliación nacional; una alternativa al franquismo que establecía una línea divisoria entre los que defendían la dictadura y los que propugnaban la democracia, sin distinguir en qué bando habían luchado en la Guerra Civil. Una distinción básica que le permitió al PCE aglutinar fuerza política y social: crecerá en las fábricas, en los barrios, en las universidades, dentro de los colegios profesionales… No obstante, persistía una posición voluntarista trazada desde el exterior en base una visión alterada de la situación política en España. Los dirigentes del PCE, entre los que destaca Santiago Carrillo, elegido secretario general en 1959, creían poseer la fuerza suficiente para derribar un régimen cada vez más débil y acorralado. Nada más lejos de la realidad, la dictadura se mantenía firme y aún le quedaban años de vigencia. Pero el relativo éxito de la política de reconciliación nacional también tuvo su reverso. En este tiempo se asistió al nacimiento de múltiples grupos contestatarios con diferentes inclinaciones, maoístas, trotskistas, guevaristas, que pensaban que el PCE había traicionado el ideal revolucionario.   Escuchar audio

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Extra Comunismo en España. Capítulo 2, Años de guerra - 04/10/22

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 21:34


El capítulo segundo abarca el periodo de la Guerra Civil. Tiempo en el que el PCE va a alcanzar su mayor influencia política, social y militar. En el fragor del conflicto armado, el partido generó su leyenda heroica, pero también su leyenda negra. La dependencia de la ayuda soviética a la República hizo que el PCE cobrara protagonismo por encima de otras fuerzas. El partido se convirtió en la columna vertebral de la resistencia armada; disciplinado en el frente anteponía la victoria militar a cualquier otro fin; creó el Quinto Regimiento y canalizó la ayuda exterior a través de las Brigadas Internacionales. Pero esa posición de primacía estimuló, a su vez, las críticas y los recelos de otros grupos republicanos, socialistas o anarquistas, que denunciaban los favoritismos hacia los militantes comunistas y la sumisión política a la voluntad de Stalin. También surgirán otros partidos comunistas con sensibilidades diferenciadas, es el caso del PSUC que agrupaba a los comunistas catalanes, o el del POUM con un claro perfil heterodoxo. Y, entre tanta destrucción y más allá de la propaganda franquista, los comunistas habrán de soportar la responsabilidad de cometer excesos execrables, como las sacas y fusilamientos de Paracuellos o la formación de los centros de detención y tortura conocidos como checas. Escuchar audio

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Extra Comunismo en España. Capítulo 1, Primeros años - 04/10/22

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 23:05


La serie comienza con la constitución de los primeros partidos comunistas en España, al inicio de la década de 1920, bajo la influencia de la Revolución bolchevique rusa de 1917. Un inicio que surge como escisión del movimiento socialista; primero prenderá en el seno de la Juventudes Socialistas al que se sumarán veteranos militantes partidarios de su incorporación a la Internacional Comunista. Juntos fundarán el PCE en 1921. Pero el joven partido tardó tiempo en arraigar en la sociedad española, tendrá que esperar hasta las vísperas de la Guerra Civil cuando contribuye decididamente a la creación del Frente Popular. La esperanza y el miedo que a su paso desató la ideología comunista fijaron, ya en estos primeros años, sus principales rasgos reales o imaginarios. A pesar de su relativamente escasa fuerza real, los grupos conservadores lo señalarán como el gran enemigo en unión de la masonería y el judaísmo. Por su parte, sus seguidores definirán las características esenciales de su cultura política: espíritu revolucionario, solidaridad entre camaradas, un mesianismo basado en el profundo convencimiento de su elevada misión y una inquebrantable adhesión a los postulados y directrices trazados por el partido.   Escuchar audio

MarketBeat Minute
MarketBeat Minute(2022-10-03)

MarketBeat Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 1:00


The S&P 500 moved down to set a new low last week confirming a near-term downtrend within a larger long-term market reversal. The move was driven by the rising fear of inflation, the FOMC, and earnings power for S&P 500 companies in the face of slowing economic activity. The data is still iffy on the recession front but much of it speaks of peaking within the US economy and peaking could lead to contraction if the Fed acts too hastily. The biggest risk for the market is inflation. The PCE index not only showed acceleration from the previous month, which was expected, but it came in hotter than expectations and point to another aggressive move by the FOMC. As it is, the market is pricing in a solid chance for another 75 basis point rate hike in early November and a near certainty rates will rise another 150 basis points by the end of the year.

MarketBeat Minute
MarketBeat Minute(2022-09-30)

MarketBeat Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 1:00


Bearish momentum is building on Wall Street. Wednesday's market rebound was nothing more than a blip on the radar, possibly driven by short-covering, as traders and investors continue to move to cash. The move comes just a day before the fresh read of the PCE price index and put the S&P 500 at a new 22-month low. Assuming the PCE index comes out as expected, the sell-off could easily gain momentum and take the market down to the 3,500 level or lower. The PCE index is expected to come in at 0.5% MoM and 4.7% YOY, which are both an acceleration from the previous month and a new high for the YOY comparison. The takeaway is the market is expecting the worst, and the data could be hotter than predicted. Regardless, the data is in support of the Hawkish FOMC, so investors should be prepared for at least another 50 basis points of interest rate hikes at the next meeting if not another 75.

Daybreak en Español
Elecciones en Brasil el domingo; Mercado atento a más datos de inflación en EE.UU.

Daybreak en Español

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 5:59


Andrew Rosati (@andrewrosati), periodista de Bloomberg News en Rio de Janeiro, comenta las elecciones del domingo en Brasil; el mercado aguarda el deflactor PCE subyacente de EE.UU. para ver la trayectoria de la inflación; Putin anunciaría anexión de regiones de Ucrania. Producido por Eduardo Thomson (@ethomson1)

Morning Call
30.09.22 - Divulgação do PCE: medida de inflação preferida do Fed é destaque

Morning Call

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 3:20


O #MorningCall da #XPInvestimentos mostra os principais destaques do dia e os impactos para o mercado, antes do pregão. Confira os temas de hoje, 30/09/2022:Mercados amanhecem em alta, porém ainda preocupados com os temores de recessão e apertos monetários pelos bancos centrais mundiais. Na agenda de hoje, destaque principal para o PCE de agosto, indicador de consumo pessoal considerado a medida de inflação preferida do Fed. Acompanhe todos os conteúdos da XP em https://t2m.io/8cxPp6xParticipe do canal do Telegram para estar sempre atualizado: https://t.me/xp_investimentosConfira mais conteúdos também através do nosso Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/expertxp/ Assine o Expert Pass e tenha acesso a conteúdos exclusivos: https://bit.ly/ExpertPass.Investir com a XP Investimentos é fácil, basta criar o seu cadastro e em minutos você já pode começar a investir: https://t2m.io/7OSnDSj

Magnetis Cast
Vale a pena zerar as posições no exterior? | Update #47

Magnetis Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 6:47


A semana foi marcada pela instabilidade nas principais economias: a Europa continua assimilando o desenrolar do conflito armado entre a Rússia e Ucrânia; tivemos o choque no mercado global gerado pela crise de liquidez dos títulos públicos britânicos, que contou com intervenção direta do Banco Central, e a divulgação dos dados do PIB americano no segundo trimestre que indicam contração. Além disso, o PCE (principal índice de preços dos EUA) saiu hoje pela manhã… Entenda! ____________ Não deixe de acessar outros conteúdos produzidos pelo nosso time de especialistas em https://blog.magnetis.com.br/. Caso prefira o e-mail, inscreva-se na Magnews. https://investir.magnetis.com.br/magnews/yt Acompanhe nossas redes

The Financial Exchange Show
Spending & Income Rise In Aug. // What To Expect For Holiday Shopping // Meta's Hiring Freeze - 9/30 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 40:41


(2:28) - Chuck and Mike begin the week's final show reviewing the consumer spending, personal income, and PCE data for August.(15:16) - Talking about what to expect from consumers during the upcoming holiday shopping season.(23:38) - Discussing Mark Zuckerberg's decision to freeze hiring at Meta as the company continues to struggle with growth.(35:24) - Todd Lutsky of Cushing & Dolan called into the show for a final reminder to get C&D's September guide.

Arcadia Economics
PCE inflation index shows prices are still rising

Arcadia Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 3:28


PCE #inflation index shows prices are still rising The latest personal consumption expenditure index numbers were released this morning, and unfortunately they came in hotter than expected. Which can't be welcomed news for the Federal Reserve, as it has been trying to reign in inflation all year with it's aggressive rate hikes. To find to more, click to watch this brief video now! - To get Arcadia silver videos delivered straight to your email inbox click here: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/email-signup/ - To get on the waiting list for your very own ´Silver Chopper Ben´sterling silver figurine click here: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/get-a-chopper-ben/ - To get your paperback or audio copy of The Big Silver Short go to: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/thebigsilvershort/ - To see the evidence of manipulative behavior in the silver market (as well as how you can send it to your local regulators and Congressional representatives) click here: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/cftc-complaint/ - To sign the petition to ban JP Morgan from having any involvement in the silver industry click here: https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/ban-jp-morgan-from-trading-gold-and-silver - Follow Arcadia Economics on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArcadiaEconomic - To receive updates about Arcadia option trading events: https://arcadiaeconomics.com/options/ - #silver #silverprice And remember to get outside and have some fun every once in a while!:) (URL0VD)Subscribe to Arcadia Economics on Soundwise

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Comunismo en España, voces para un siglo - 30/09/22

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 56:11


Pasado el centenario de la creación del PCE, Documentos RNE se adentra en la historia del comunismo en España. Un agitado siglo narrado a través de los testimonios de sus protagonistas directos. Comunismo en España, voces para un siglo, con la firma de Luis Zaragoza, se nutre de los fondos históricos conservados en diversos archivos (principalmente el del PCE y el de RNE), de forma que muestra el sonido real de los acontecimientos: discursos en congresos, discusiones en el Comité Central, directrices, proclamas, propaganda, disidencias… Y, también, de sus antagonistas: contrapropaganda, consignas e ideología anticomunistas, represión… Algunos de los sonidos que se muestran son inéditos en radio, de modo que se escuchan por primera vez en el documental. Así, se pueden oír las voces de los principales dirigentes o ideólogos comunistas, como José Díaz, Gregorio López Raimundo, Dolores Ibárruri, Fernando Claudín, Ignacio Gallego, Santiago Carrillo, Jorge Semprún, Ramón Tamames, Javier Pradera, Nicolás Sartorius, Gerardo Iglesias, Julio Anguita… Locutores como Eusebio Cimorra, de Radio Moscú, o Ramón Mendezona, de Radio España Independiente. El programa también muestra los testimonios de militantes anónimos, de guerrilleros, de presos políticos, de intelectuales o figuras del mundo de la cultura, acompañados por canciones, lemas y sonidos contextuales. El documental traza la evolución de este fenómeno político gracias a la figura del Fantasma del comunismo, creada a partir del célebre poema de Rafael Alberti, Un fantasma recorre Europa. Una figura ideada por la Revolución Rusa, de octubre de 1917, y que, por donde pasó, no dejó a nadie indiferente. Una ideología creada para transformar la sociedad clasista y eliminar las desigualdades; un ideal utópico, pero que en su aplicación práctica descubrió las tensiones y daños asociados a la revolución de la dictadura del proletariado y al sometimiento a las directrices del partido. Transcurridos 100 años, las fases en las que se puede dividir el devenir del comunismo en nuestro país son coincidentes con las principales etapas de la propia historia reciente de España, y su análisis arroja luz sobre elementos esenciales para comprender nuestro pasado inmediato: el nacimiento entre el final de la Restauración y la dictadura de Primo de Rivera; el desarrollo en la II República; la lucha de la Guerra Civil; represión, exilio y clandestinidad durante la dictadura franquista; la estrategia de reconciliación nacional como alternativa al franquismo; la política de pactos para hacer posible la transición; y la vida en libertad dentro de la actual democracia. Debido a la gran cantidad y calidad de los testimonios recopilados para la elaboración de este programa, Documentos RNE lanza una serie exclusiva en podcast en RTVE Play Radio con el mismo título, Comunismo en España, voces para un siglo, que ofrece un relato complementario con la inclusión de más testimonios para tener una visión más detallada de este periodo histórico. Escuchar audio

Thoughts on the Market
Ellen Zentner: The Narrowing Path for a Soft Landing

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 4:10 Very Popular


As the Fed continues to increase their peak rate of interest, the path for a soft landing narrows, so what deflationary indicators need to show up in the real economy to take the pressure off of policy tightening?----- Transcript -----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Ellen Zentner, Morgan Stanley's Chief U.S. Economist. Along with my colleagues, bringing you a variety of perspectives, today I'll discuss the narrowing path for a soft landing for the U.S. economy. It's Wednesday, September 28, at 10 a.m. in New York. Last week, we revised our outlook to reflect the expectation that the Fed will take its policy rate to a higher peak between 4.5% to 4.75% by early next year. And that's 75 basis points additional tightening than what we had envisioned previously. Tighter policy should push the real economy further below potential and substantially slow job gains. And while higher interest rates are needed to create that additional slack in the economy, this dynamic raises the risk of recession. There's still a path to a soft landing here, but it seems clear to us that path has narrowed. Now beyond directly interest sensitive sectors such as housing and durable goods, we've seen little evidence that the real economy is responding to the Fed's policy tightening. Just think about how strong monthly job gains remain in the range of 300,000. So in the absence of a broader slowdown, and facing persistent core inflation pressures such as a worrisome acceleration in rental prices, the Fed is on track to continue tightening at a faster pace than we had originally anticipated. Looking to the November meeting, we expect the Fed to hike rates by 75 basis points, and then begin to step down the pace of those rate hikes to 50 basis points in December and 25 basis points in January. We then expect the Fed to stay on hold until the first 25 basis point rate cut in December 2023. While inflation has remained stubborn, the growth environment has softened, and the lagged effect of monetary policy on economic activity points to further slowing ahead. So in response to substantially more drag from higher interest rates, we've lowered our 2023 growth forecast to just 0.5%. We then think a mild recovery sets in in the second half of 2023, but growth remains well below potential all year. In our forecast, weakness in economic activity will be spread more broadly, and monetary policy acts with a 2 to 3 quarter lag on interest rate sensitive sectors such as durable goods. So the sharper slowdown we envision in 2023 predominantly reflects a downshift in consumption growth. Business investment also tends to respond with a lag and will become a negative for growth in the first half of 2023. With growth falling more rapidly below potential, the labor market is on track to follow suit. We now see job gains bottoming at 55,000 per month by the middle of 2023. Lower job growth in combination with a rising participation rate, lifts the unemployment rate further to 4.4% by the end of next year. Inflation pressures have still not turned decisively lower, in particular because of rising shelter costs. High frequency measures point to eventual deceleration, though it should be gradual, even as the labor market loosens on below potential growth. We see core PCE inflation at 4.6% on a year over year basis in the fourth quarter of this year, and slow to 3.1% year over year in the fourth quarter of next year. So inflation is a good deal lower by the end of next year, but that's still too high to allow for rate cuts much before the end of 2023. Turning to risks, we think the risk to the outlook and monetary policy path now skew to the downside and a policy mistake is coming into focus. At the Fed's current pace of tightening uncertainty as to how the economy will respond a few months down the line is high. The labor market tends to be slow moving, but we and frankly monetary policymakers have no experience with interest rate changes of this magnitude. And activity could come to a halt faster than expected. Essentially, the higher the peak rate of interest the Fed aims for, the greater the risk of recession. We are already moving through sustained below potential GDP growth. We now need to see job gains slow materially over the next few months to ease the pressure on the pace of policy tightening. Thanks for listening. If you enjoy the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or colleague today.

Hoy por Hoy
El viaje de ida | Carmen Díez de Rivera, de ilegítima a libre

Hoy por Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 14:49


Carmen Díez de Rivera llegó a ser la primera y hasta única mujer que ha llegado a ser Jefa de Gabinete de Presidencia del Gobierno. Lo fue en el primer gobierno de Adolfo Suárez. Luego sería eurodiputada con el PSOE. Pero para llegar ahí hay todo un recorrido que tiene que ver con un trauma de juventud. A los 17 años, cuando quería casarse con su novio descubre que es su hermano y que ella es hija ilegítima producto de una relación extramatrimonial entre su madre María Sonsoles De Icaza y León y el cuñado de Francisco Franco,  Ramón Serrano Suñer. El trauma cambia radicalmente su vida que termina enfocándose en la política. Fue una persona clave en la transición y muy influyente en la decisión de legalizar el PCE. En este viaje han participado la periodista, escritora y biógrafa Ana Romero, su hermana Sonsoles Díez de Rivera, las amigos y amigos de Carmen Rosa Conde,  Catali Garrigues,  Rafael Fraguas,  Paquita Sauquillo y Juan Carlos Ortega, la cuidadora Ana Isabel Sánchez y la corresponsal en París Sara Canals

MarketBeat Minute
MarketBeat Minute(2022-09-28)

MarketBeat Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 1:00


Equity markets extended their slide on Tuesday falling not only to the lowest levels for 2022 but to the lowest levels in nearly two years as the market begins to accept the fact the FOMC is causing the US to fall into a deepening recession. The S&P 500 index fell more than 0.75% at the low of the day to break the key 3636 level and put the index on track to retest the lows set during the peak of the pandemic fear.The next few days will be of utmost importance for the market. With the index set to make a technical retreat and the PCE price index due out on Friday the odds are high that the sell-off could begin to gain momentum. In this scenario, the S&P 500 could retreat as far as the 3,200 level before the peak of the Q3 earnings reporting season. If the report is better than expected, however, the market could stage another significant relief rally.

Say You Swear
The Unheard Nigerian Voice With Onyedi

Say You Swear

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 52:43


Episode 28 is with Onyedi of Motherlan. Currently residing in London, Onyedi and I got to sit down for an interview on a recent trip he, and his friends, took out to NYC. Growing up with an Australian mother and a Nigerian father, Onyedi lived in Australia til he was 12 and would go back and forth to Nigeria. We spoke about the culture shock he had eventually moving to Lagos. Growing up in an almost solely white population and then moving to an almost solely black population.  Having family all over, he discovered skateboarding on a trip he took to California and brought a board back to Lagos. Eventually he was made aware of what is known as the first ever skate shop in West Africa, WAFFLESNCREAM, and became a regular. Onyedi then worked at the shop, became close with the founder Jomi, and met the crew that would eventually form Motherlan together. In 2018, they started Motherlan when the cult moved out to the UK. Onyedi broke down the process of discovering what they wanted to do with the brand. Initially, he was still in Nigeria while most of the group was out in London, but eventually he made the move out there and started really pushing the brand. He spoke about the brand growing, working on delegating roles, finding structure for the brand, and transitioning into the head role as Creative Director. Onyedi, and Motherlan, are quite multifaceted and this has much to do with his extremely eclectic understanding of culture. He enlightened me on how gnarly Nigeria can be, knowing how to move properly in places full of corruption, and the importance of sticking with people you trust. Family in the US, growing up in Australia, moving to Nigeria at 12, moving to the UK alone at a young age. I was super impressed when I was thinking about my own personal experience of living in the same state my whole life.After the interview, Xavier helped me realize how fucking young Onyedi is and that shit humbled me. When I was his age I was not even close to that seasoned! Respect!We also talk about filming, writing graff, collabs, etc! My fingers are cramping and I'm in class! Pce!!

MarketBeat Minute
MarketBeat Minute(2022-09-27)

MarketBeat Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 1:00


Equities began the week on solid footing but early gains on Monday quickly evaporated. The S&P 500 closed with a loss for the day and just above the summer lows which is the key level to watch this week. If the index slips below this level the market could begin to pick up momentum on its slide to new lows. In that scenario, the S&P 500 could fall to the 3,500 level or lower. One catalyst that could lead to such a move is the PCE price index on Friday. The index is expected to accelerate on a core basis in both the month-to-month and YOY comparisons. This data would support the need for another aggressive FOMC interest rate hike and it could come in hotter than expected. While gas prices have come down from their peak the rise in fuel prices and other commodities is still working its way through the economy and is underpinning core consumer-level inflation.

寰宇#關鍵字新聞 Global Hashtag News
【#超級Fed周】美股將止痛?道瓊將被打入熊市?Fed對升息終點有歧見,市場可尋止痛訊號?| 寰宇#關鍵字新聞2022.09.26

寰宇#關鍵字新聞 Global Hashtag News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 1:14


聯準會上周猛烈升息,引爆市場賣壓,這股不安情緒讓投資人格外緊盯,本周「超級Fed周」,12位聯準會決策官員,會怎麼談經濟前景及貨幣政策,尤其聯準會主席鮑爾,更將在台灣時間27日和28日傍晚,二度發言。另外,即將在30日公布的8月份PCE(核心個人消費支出平減指數),也會牽動市場走向。 聽眾五星留言+訂閱

MarketBeat Minute
MarketBeat Minute(2022-09-26)

MarketBeat Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 1:00


The equity market sold off hard last week on mounting fear of the FOMC. Not only did the Fed raise rates by the expected 75 basis points, but it indicated a minimum of 160 basis points more were coming. The news sent the yield on the ten-year treasure through the roof and the S&P 500 desperately seeking support. The index shed more than 5% for the week, putting it deeper into the bear market territory and on the verge of another 20% decline. The next hurdle for the market will come on Friday with the PCE price index. The index is expected to moderate on a month-to-month basis but still come in hot versus last year. The risk is that consumer-level inflation will come in hotter than expected or worse, accelerate again, and raise the stakes in regard to the Fed, interest rate hikes, and the odds of a recession.

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
Fed Chief: Housing Market Is Headed for a “Correction”

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 3:38


The Federal Reserve followed through with its plan for another rate hike this week. Fed officials hiked short term rates by three-quarters of a percent. Fed Chief Jerome Powell also reiterated his determination to bring inflation levels back down to 2% with more rate hikes and warned that the housing market is headed for a “correction.”Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review. Powell said after the September policy meeting: “Our expectation has been we would begin to see inflation come down, largely because of supply side healing. We haven't. We have seen some supply side healing but inflation has not really come down.” (1)Fed Hikes Short-Term RatesThe Federal Open Market Committee raised the Federal Funds rate to a range of 3 to 3.25%. It's the third consecutive .75% rate hike and brings the overnight lending rate to the highest it's been since early 2008.The central bank started raising rates in March from a level that was close to zero. Fed officials say they plan to continue to raise rates until they reach a “terminal rate” of 4.6%. That would be a range of 4.5% to 4.75%. They are expecting to raise the funds level another 1.25% this year with two rate hikes. That leaves one quarter point rate hike for next year.Personal Consumption Index GoalThe FOMC is hoping that rate hikes will push the Personal Consumption Expenditure index or PCE down to 5.4% this year, and the core rate to 4.5%. They aren't expecting to get inflation down to a target rate of 2.1% until 2025.Powell says: “My main message has not changed since Jackson Hole. The FOMC is strongly resolved to bring inflation down to 2%, and we will keep at it until the job is done.” He believes that a recession is possible, but that no one knows for sure if this will take place, or how significant it will be. (1)Shelter Costs A Big Part of InflationHe did warn that the fight against inflation, which has made homeownership unaffordable for many Americans, will likely lead to a housing market correction. Shelter costs have been a key component of the recent inflation run-up. That includes both the purchasing of homes and paying rent. Powell said that home prices have been rising at an unsustainably fast level, and that created a big imbalance between supply and demand. He said: “For the longer term what we need is supply and demand to get better aligned so housing prices go up at a reasonable level, at a reasonable pace, and people can afford houses again.” (2)Shelter Inflation Will Be Slow to FallBut he doesn't expect that to happen quickly. He says: “I think that shelter inflation is going to remain high for some time. We're looking for it to come down, but it's not exactly clear when that will happen. It may take some time. Hope for the best, plan for the worst.” Which is why the central bank is now hiking rates aggressively.As for the GDP, and a slower economy, Fed officials revised their GDP estimate for this year to just .2% and 1.8% for next year.We'll be reporting on how this will further affect the housing market, and specifically which markets will feel it the most, in upcoming episodes.To read more about this, check for links in the show notes at newsforinvestors.com. While you are there, please sign up for a free membership to RealWealth.com. You'll find hundreds of podcasts, webinars, and articles on a wide range of topics that include the housing market, the economy, and real estate investing. And please remember to subscribe to our podcast, and leave a review!Thank you! And thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/21/fed-rate-hike-september-2022-.html2 - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/21/real-time-updates-of-the-federal-reserves-big-rate-decision-and-powells-press-conference.html

Nerd Noise Radio
Ch 1: ”Noise from the Hearts of Nerds” - “C1E67: FaceOff Friday – vol. 4”

Nerd Noise Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 115:32


Today's broadcast is  C1E67 for FaceOff Friday, September 16th, 2022. Today's episode will be FaceOff Friday – vol. 4 – a 2019 Lost Level, originally intended for release in 2020!    01) Intro – 00:00:00  02) Simpsons: Bart's Nightmare - Dream Street  a) SNES - composed or arranged by Mark Ganus and/or H. Kinsley Thurber – 00:04:47 b) Genesis - composed or arranged by Dean Morrell – 00:06:40 03) Bomberman - Stage 2 theme - c: Jun Chikuma  a) SNES (SuperBomberman) - a: Tomoyuki Hamada – 00:08:40 b) TG16 - a: Keita Hoshi – 00:10:06 04) Booby Kids (Kid no Hore Hore Daisukusen) - Evil Dante - Hiroshi Funaba, and/or Kenji Yoshida  a) Arcade - 00:11:29 b) NES -  00:12:26 c) TG16 [Cratermaze] - a: Jun Chikuma, Keita Hoshi, Masaru Takahashi, Takayuki Iwabuchi, and/or Toshiaki Takimoto – 00:13:29 05) Hit the Ice - Character Select – Hiroshige Tonomura  a) Arcade – 00:14:36 b) TG16 – 00:15:40 c) SNES – 00:16:45 d) Genesis – 00:17:49 e) NES – 00:18:48 06) X - Tunnel - Hirokazu ("Hip") Tanaka and/or Kazumi Totaka  a)GameBoy– 00:19:54  b) Wii [Super Smash Bros Brawl] - a: YusukeTakahama– 00:21:12  07) Midnight Resistance - Kao Kao Kao (Face Face Face) - Azusa Hara, Hiroaki Yoshida, Fuse, Tatsuya Kiuchi, and/or Hitomi Komatsu  a) Genesis – 00:24:10 b) Arcade – 00:26:48 08) Bram Stoker's Dracula - Misty Catacombs - c: Matt Furniss  a) SNES (a: Andy Brock) – 00:29:37 b) Genesis (Stage 4-3) – 00:31:40 09) Devil's Crush - Main Table – Toshiaki Sakoda  a) TG16 – 00:34:18 b) Genesis [Dragon's Fury] - a: Toshiharu Yamanishi, Takeishi Yoshida, and/or Naosuke Arai – 00:37:36 10) Puyo Puyo Tsuu - Area C – Tsuyoshi Matsushima, Einosuke Nagao, Nobuaki Yamasaki, and/or Tomonori Minami  a) Mega Drive/ Arcade – 00:41:02 b) SuperFamicom[Super Puyo Puyo Tsuu] – 00:43:02  c) Saturn – 00:45:03 d) PS1 [PuyoPuyoTsuu Kettaiban] – 00:46:04  e) PC Engine [PuyoPuyoCD 2 – 00:48:02  11) Mega Man 4 - Bright Man - Minae Fujii and/or Yasuaki Fujita  a) NES – 00:50:00 b) Game Gear [Mega Man] - a: US Gold – 00:51:42 12) Phantasy Star - Mastersystem - Shop - Tokuhiko Uwabo  a) PSG – 00:53:30 b) FM – 00:54:22 13) Wonderboy: The Dragon's Trap - The Danger Zone - Shinichi Sakamoto  a)MastersystemFM – 00:55:18  b)MastersystemPSG – 00:57:49  c) Remastered – a: Michael Geyre – 01:00:10 14) Earthworm Jim 2 - Flyin' King / Level Ate – Tommy Tallarico  a) Genesis – 01:02:35 b) SNES – 01:05:06 c) Saturn / PS1 / PC – 01:07:57 15) Pomping World / Pang / Buster Bros. - Mt. Fuji - c: Tamayo Kawamoto (C1E46 OUTTAKE: Recommended by Electric Boogaloo) -   a) Arcade – 01:10:18 b) Amiga (a: Pierre-Eric Loriaux) – 01:11:37 c) PCE (arranged by Yoko Shimomura, Yasuaki Fujita,Buau, and/orGibusu-Papa) – 01:12:54  d) PS1 [Buster Bros. Collection] – 01:14:47 16) Chester Cheetah: Too Cool to Fool - To the Exit - Kaneko Sound Team (Dedicated to "Pieness64" - aka Dierdre Porter) ;-)  a) SNES – 01:16:19 b) Genesis – 01:18:37 17) Daytona USA - Sky High - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi and/or David Leytze (C1E46 OUTTAKE: Recommended by Electric Boogaloo) -   a) Arcade – 01:21:29 b) Saturn – 01:25:24 c) Saturn [Championship Circuit Edition] (a: Tomonori Sawada) – 01:30:00 d) Dreamcast [Daytona USA 2001] – 01:35:06 e) Dreamcast (Mirror Version) [Daytona USA 2001] – 01:39:17 18) Outro – 01:43:22  19) Outtakes – 01:54:27      Music Block Runtime: 01:38:39, Total Episode Runtime: 01:55:33    Our Intro and Outro Music is Funky Radio, from Jet Grind Radio on the Sega Dreamcast, composed by BB Rights.    Intro / Outro / Final Production produced using Ardour 6 / Audacity 3 in Ubuntu Studio [Linux] 22.04 08/28/2022. Music Block produced in GarageBand in macOS 05/29/2019.     IMPORTANT NOTE: The tools and techniques I used back in 2019 in producing the music block were NOT up to my current standards – including featuring less sophisticated fades, more imprecise volume level balancing, less developed track run-order sorting, and even my having used MP3s rather than WAVs in the source production, resulting in a lower-fidelity final product, and further limiting my ability to touch it up after the fact. As such, the production value of this episode will NOT be to par with our current "fresh episodes". But production values aside, the quality of the CONTENT itself, otherwise, I feel, is excellent, and well worth digging up to share with you.....I hope that you'll agree! :-)    You can also find all of our audio episodes on Archive.org as well as the occasional additional release only available there, such as remixes of previous releases and other content.    Our YouTube Channel, for the time being is in dormancy, but will be returning with content, hopefully, in 2022. Meanwhile, all the old stuff is still there, and can be found here:     https://www.youtube.com/user/NerdNoiseRadio    Our episodes (and occasionally, other content, including expanded show notes) can be found on our blog here:    nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com.    Nerd Noise Radio is also available on The Retro Junkies Network at www.theretrojunkies.com, and is a member of the VGM Podcast Fans community at     https://www.facebook.com/groups/VGMPodcastFans/    Or, if you wish to connect with us directly, we have two groups of our own:     Nerd Noise Radio - Easy Mode: https://www.facebook.com/groups/276843385859797/ for sharing tracks, video game news, or just general videogame fandom.    Nerd Noise Radio - Expert Mode: https://www.facebook.com/groups/381475162016534/ for going deep into video game sound hardware, composer info, and/or music theory.    You can also follow us on Twitter at @NerdNoiseRadio. And we are also now on Spotify, TuneIn, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, and Vurbl.    Thanks for listening! Join us again in October (Date TBD) for C2E10, our final standard Ch 2 epiosde of Season 2 – a focus on Sega CD music, for the occasion of the system's 30th anniversary, and again October 27th, for C1E68 - "They're Coming to Get You, Barbara" - a collection of spooky, disonant, and eerie music for the occasion of Halloween. A 2018 Lost Level! Tasty VGM and Talk on Nerd Noise Game Club, as well as Delicious......well......at least, "Flavorful" VGM on Noise from the Hearts of Nerds....and wherever you are....Fly the N!!!      Cheers! 

Daily Dose - North Coast Church
Starting With Me - Part 4 - Devotionals

Daily Dose - North Coast Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Daily Dose Series: Starting With Me. How are you being intentional about what you're telling yourself? Message on https://youtu.be/BAjM-8d_PcE

財訊 《Wealth》
美股將再無低點?愛榭克:把握最後的九月佈局時機!|美股筆記第二季 EP11

財訊 《Wealth》

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 9:47


#愛榭克 #財訊 #美股筆記 #cpi 本集錄影時間為2022.09.01。 美股近期面臨回檔修正,市場再度轉為悲觀,面對這樣的疑慮,愛榭克又有什麼看法呢? 00:00 開始 00:55 美國能不能回復穩定擴張 02:09 內需朝穩定復甦發展 04:20 製造業並無衰退跡象 05:15 通膨將在第四季加速降溫 07:58 鮑爾異常鷹派下的企圖 ★ 商業合作請洽 service1@wealthgrp.com.tw 或撥專線 (02)2551-2561 轉 255。 主持|Frances 陳對 企劃|陳禹志、吳匡庭 攝影|吳尚哲 剪輯|吳匡庭 後製|吳匡庭

TD Ameritrade Network
Bond Market Today Impacted By Inflation & Energy Crisis In Europe

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 5:24


Treasuries broke through the highest levels in yield since June. "Why are interest rates going higher right now? Financial conditions are not as tight as they could be and the VIX or the Fear Index is relatively stable. Even though the stock market today has been selling off, our PCE or Personal Consumption Expenditures Price Index is double what it was in 2018. The upcoming ECB or European Central Bank is doing most of the heavy lifting due to the energy crisis and record inflation," says Larry Shover.

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
The Real Estate News Brief: Fed Chief's Jackson Hole Message, Inflation Dips in July, Hot Market Regrets for Homebuyers

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 7:13


In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending August 27th, 2022... the Fed Chief's Jackson Hole message on rate hikes, the July dip in inflation, and why some home buyers say they have regrets. Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/real-estate-news-real-estate-investing-podcast/id1079952715Economic NewsWe begin with economic news from this past week. Federal Reserve Chief Jerome Powell shook things up with some hawkish remarks in a speech at Jackson Hole. His comments triggered a major stock market sell-off with the Dow dropping more than 1,000 points.Powell's speech focused on the central bank's responsibility and resolve to get inflation back down to the 2% level. He said that could include another three-quarter point rate hike at the Fed's September meeting, but Powell said the size of the rate hike will depend on all the totality of the data between now and then. (1)He also warned that households and businesses will feel some pain because of higher interest rates, slower growth, and softer labor market conditions, but doubled down on the need to continue with tight monetary policy for an extended length of time. Some economists believe that means “no” rate cuts in 2023, even if inflation has settled back down. The Federal Funds rate is currently between 2.25% and 2.5% which Powell calls “neutral.” The Fed committee is expecting that rate hikes will bring it close to the 4% level, and it will remain there through the end of next year. But he says the Committee may offer a new prediction at the upcoming September meeting.Powell's speech came just after the latest report on the PCE or personal consumption expenditures index. That's the central bank's preferred gauge for inflation. The report shows inflation was down .1% in July, mostly due to lower gas prices. That brings the annual PCE down from 6.8% to 6.3%. (2) Powell responded to the report saying: “A single month's improvement falls far short of what the Committee will need to see before we are confident that inflation is moving down.”Meantime, the government issued an update on the second quarter GDP. It had initially said the economy contracted .9% but the revision shows it shrank .6%. The main reason for the upward revision is that consumer spending and business investment was stronger than previously reported. Business profits were also positive, after a decline in the first quarter. As MarketWatch reports, they were up 6.1% in Q2. That's good news because when companies are profitable, there's little incentive for layoffs. (3)The weekly jobless report also shows that layoffs remain near record lows. New jobless claims were down to a one-month low of 243,000. They've been as low as 166,000 in March, which is the second-lowest level ever. The summer high point was 261,000, but they've been edging lower since then.Moving on to home sales and the housing market slowdown. New home sales were down in July to their lowest level since January 2016. They fell 12.6% from an annual rate of 585,000 in June to 511,000 in July. Year-over-year, sales are down 29.6%. (4) Although that sounds bad, the housing market has been way too hot for quite some time. The slowdown will help slow home price growth, and bring the market back toward normal. Existing home sales are also down. The National Association of Realtors reports that they fell 1% in July compared to June. But that's less than the 3% drop that analysts polled by the Wall Street Journal had expected. Year-over-year, existing home sales are down 19.9%. NAR's chief economist Lawrence Yun says: “In terms of the current housing cycle, we may be at or close to the bottom in contract signings.” He says the smaller than expected drop is likely reflecting the stabilization of mortgage rates. (5)Mortgage RatesMortgage rates had been bouncing around a bit near the 5% mark, but this last week, they shot up closer to 6%, which may not sound like they are stabilizing. Freddie Mac says the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was 42 basis points higher to a rate of 5.55%. The 15-year was up 30 points to 4.85%. (6) NAR economist, Nadia Evangelou, says that higher mortgage rates are hurting buyers more than higher home prices. She says a one percent increase in the mortgage rate is like a 13% increase in home price. (7)In other news making headlines…Homebuyer RegretsThe sizzling hot housing market we've seen in the last couple of years had resulted in a high number of remorseful homebuyers. A survey by Clever Real Estate shows that 72% of buyers have regrets about what they purchased. Of those remorseful buyers, 66% were millennial first-time buyers who were in a rush to settle down and raise a family.About 1,000 people participated in the survey and had bought a home in either 2021 or 2022. 88% of those people said they were up against stiff competition which had an impact on their buying strategy. Many buyers said they increased their budget, sped up their plans to buy a home, expanded their search area, and even decreased the size of the home they wanted, in order to close on a deal. Some said they delayed their plans to purchase.The biggest reason for their regrets is having spent too much money. 1 in 3 buyers paid more than asking price. More than half the buyers bought a fixer-upper and about 1 in 4 regret it. There's a lot of data in this survey. If you'd like to see the full report, you'll find a link in the show notes at newsforinvestors.com.That's it for today. Please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!If you'd like to find rental properties that will help you build long-term wealth, please hit the “join” button at our website. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample properties and connect with our network of resources. We can put you in touch with property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs, and of course, our experienced investment counselors.Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/feds-powell-in-blunt-remarks-at-jackson-hole-says-bringing-down-inflation-will-cause-pain-to-households-and-businesses-11661522428?mod=federal-reserve2 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/08/26/feds-preferred-inflation-measure-shows-price-pressures-eased-in-july.html3 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/gdp-contracted-at-0-6-annual-pace-in-the-spring-11661431779?mod=inflation&mod=article_inline4 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-new-home-sales-fall-in-july-the-lowest-level-since-january-2016-11661263938?mod=economy-politics5 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-pending-home-sales-slip-again-in-july-11661349838?mod=economic-report6 -https://www.freddiemac.com/pmms7 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2022/08/25/economist-mortgage-rates-hurt-buyers-more-than-home-prices8 -https://anytimeestimate.com/research/american-home-buyers-2022/

FactSet Evening Market Recap
Evening Market Recap - Wednesday, 24-Aug

FactSet Evening Market Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 5:36


US equities ended higher in an uneventful Wednesday session; the Dow Jones, S&P500 and Nasdaq finishing up 18 basis points, 29 basis points, and 41 basis points respectively. Treasuries were weaker across the curve with yields near their worst levels following today's soft five-year note auction. It was a very quiet session with the market remaining in waiting mode for Fed Chair Powell at Jackson Hole and PCE prices on Friday. July durable-goods orders were flat after four consecutive monthly gains, but core capital-goods orders were higher. July existing-home sales declined, but not as much as feared amid some moderation in mortgage rates. Urban Outfitters and Petco earnings missed expectations, Toll Brothers saw larger than expected order decline, but Intuit posted strong results and raised guidance.

Congressional Dish
CD257: PACT Act - Health Care for Poisoned Veterans

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 107:28 Very Popular


After decades of our government denying healthcare to veterans they exposed to poisonous toxins, the PACT Act - which will eventually provide this hard-fought-for care - is now law. In this episode, learn exactly who qualifies for these new benefits and when, discover the shocking but little-known events that led to their poisonings, and find out what exactly happened during those 6 days when Senate Republicans delayed the passage of the PACT Act. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! View the shownotes on our website at https://congressionaldish.com/cd257-pact-act-health-care-for-poisoned-veterans Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes CD249: A Few Good Laws CD205: Nuclear Waste Storage CD195: Yemen CD161: Veterans Choice Program CD124: The Costs of For-Profit War CD107: New Laws & Veterans' Health Care What the PACT Does and Doesn't Do “BREAKING NEWS! Huge Step Forward for Veterans: PACT Act 2022 Adds New Presumptive Conditions for Burn Pit, Agent Orange, and Radiation Exposure.” Aug 10, 2022. VA Claims Insider. Abraham Mahshie. Aug 10, 2022. “Biden Signs PACT Act to Expand VA Coverage for Toxic Exposure, but Some Are Left Out.” Air Force Magazine. Leo Shane III. Aug 4, 2022. “Now that PACT Act has passed, how soon will veterans see their benefits?” Military Times. “The PACT Act and your VA benefits.” U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA Sidath Viranga Panangal, Jared S. Sussma, and Heather M. Salaza. Jun 28, 2022. “Department of Veterans Affairs FY2022 Appropriations” [R46964]. Congressional Research Service. “VA health care.” U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. “Eligibility for VA health care.” U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. “Your health care costs.” U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Toxic Exposures Burn Pits “Ten things veterans should know about burn pits.” November 20th, 2014. VAntage Point. “DoD concedes rise in burn-pit ailments.” Feb 8, 2010. Military Times. “Operation Desert Shield.” U.S. Army Center of Military History. “Operation Desert Storm.” U.S. Army Center of Military History. Agent Orange Donnie La Curan. April 1, 2021. “Agent Orange Laos Victims Never Acknowledged by U.S.” Veterans Resources. Charles Dunst. Jul 20, 2019. “The U.S.'s Toxic Agent Orange Legacy.” The Atlantic. Patricia Kime. May 11, 2020. “Report Claims Vietnam-Era Veterans Were Exposed to Agent Orange on Guam.” Military.com. “Clinic Issues Report Confirming Guam Veterans' Exposure to Dioxin Herbicides Like Agent Orange.” May 11, 2020. Yale Law School. “Agent Orange - Johnston Island Atoll, AFB.” Vietnam Security Police Association. Susan E. Davis. Apr 9, 1991. “The Battle Over Johnston Atoll.” The Washington Post. Enewetak Atoll Chris Shearer. Dec 28, 2020. “Remembering America's Forgotten Nuclear Cleanup Mission.” Vice. “The Radiological Cleanup of Enewetak Atoll. March 2018. U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency. Dave Philipps. Jan 28, 2017. “Troops Who Cleaned Up Radioactive Islands Can't Get Medical Care.” The New York Times. Palomares, Spain Nuclear Accident “New Federal Suit Filed Against VA on Behalf of Veterans Exposed to Radiation at Palomares Nuclear Cleanup.” November 1, 2021. Yale Law School Today. Dave Philipps. June 19, 2016. “Decades Later, Sickness Among Airmen After a Hydrogen Bomb Accident.” The New York Times. “Palomares Nuclear Weapons Accident: Revised Dose Evaluation Report.” April 2001. United States Air Force. U.S. Department of Energy. February 1966 “U.S. Position on Minimizing Soil Removal.” U.S. Department of Energy Archives. Thule, Greenland Nuclear Accident Robert Mitchell. Jan 21, 2018. “Cataclysmic cargo: The hunt for four missing nuclear bombs after a B-52 crash.” The Washington Post. MAAS v. U.S. 897 F.Supp. 1098 (1995). United States District Court, N.D. Illinois, Eastern Division. “Project Crested Ice: The Thule Nuclear Accident Volume 1 [SAC Historical Study 113].” June 1982. History and Research Division, Headquarters, Strategic Air Command. Captain Robert E. McElwee. “Project Crested Ice: USAF B-52 Accident at Thule, Greenland, 21 January 1968.” U.S. Defense Technical Information Center. South Carolina Nuclear “Storage” Doug Pardue. May 21, 2017 (Updated Jun 28, 2021). “Deadly legacy: Savannah River site near Aiken one of the most contaminated places on Earth.” The Post & Courier. Gulf War Illness “What is Gulf War Syndrome?” Johns Hopkins Medicine. “UTSW genetic study confirms sarin nerve gas as cause of Gulf War illness.” May 11, 2022. UT Southwestern Medical Center Newsroom. Camp Lejeune Water Contamination “Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claims | Veteran Owned Law Firm.” The Carlson Law Firm on YouTube. “Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.” Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. “Summary of the water contamination situation at Camp Lejeune.” Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. “Health effects linked with trichloroethylene (TCE), tetrachloroethylene (PCE), benzene, and vinyl chloride exposure.” Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. “Camp Lejeune Water Contamination History.” Oct 18, 2009. St. Lawrence County Government. St. Louis Area Nuclear Contamination Chris Hayes. Jul 27, 2022. “Flooding around nuclear waste renews residents' fears.” Fox 2 Now - St. Louis. Jim Salter. Mar 19, 2022. “West Lake Landfill cleanup slowed after more nuclear waste found.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Jesse Bogan. Dec 20, 2021. “Concerns linger as completion date for Coldwater Creek cleanup pushed to 2038.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “Evaluation of Community Exposures Related to Coldwater Creek.” Apr 30, 2019. U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. Robert Alvarez. February 11, 2016. “West Lake story: An underground fire, radioactive waste, and governmental failure.” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. “Westlake Landfill, Bridgeton, MO.” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “Atomic Homefront.” HBO Documentaries. Hanford Waste Management Site “Hanford's Dirty Secret– and it's not 56 million gallons of nuclear waste.” Jul 26, 2019. The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. Biden Drone Bombing “'Cutting-edge technology used to eliminate Zawahiri.'” Aug 7, 2022. The Express Tribune. Jon Stewart People Staff. August 11, 2022. “Jon Stewart Shares His Emotional Reaction to Signing of Veterans Health Bill: 'I'm a Mess'” People. Republican F*ckery Ryan Cooper. Aug 3, 2022. “Republicans Just Exposed Their Greatest Weakness.” The American Prospect. Jordain Carney and Anthony Adragna. August 1, 2022. “Senate GOP backtracks after veterans bill firestorm.” Politico. “Roll Call 455 | H. J. Res. 114: To Authorize the Use of United States Armed Forces Against Iraq.” Oct 10, 2022. Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives. U.S. Foreign Wars No One Talks About Ellen Knickmeyer. Jun, 16 2022. “GAO: US Failed to Track if Arms Used Against Yemen Civilians.” Military.com. Joseph R. Biden. June 08, 2022. “Letter to the Speaker of the House and President pro tempore of the Senate regarding the War Powers Report.” The White House. Muhammad Fraser-Rahim. Oct 16, 2017. “The Deaths of Four Elite U.S. Soldiers in Niger Show Why Trump Must Wake Up on Terrorism in Africa.” Newsweek. Overseas Contingency Operations Emily M. Morgenstern. Updated August 13, 2021. “Foreign Affairs Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) Funding: Background and Current Status” [IF10143 ]. Congressional Research Service. Todd Harrison. Jan 11, 2017. “The Enduring Dilemma of Overseas Contingency Operations Funding.” Center for Strategic and International Studies The Law S. 3373: Honoring our PACT Act Jen's Highlighted PDF of S. 3373 - Final Version Timeline of Votes and Changes June 16, 2022 Senate Roll Call Vote July 12, 2022. “Comparative Print: Bill to Bill Differences Comparing the base document BILLS-117hr3967eas.xml with BILLS-117S3373ES-RCP117-56.” U.S. House of Representatives. July 13, 2022 House Roll Call Vote July 27, 2022 Senate Roll Call Vote August 1, 2022. “Amendments Submitted and Proposed.” Congressional Record -- Senate. Audio Sources President Biden signs the PACT Act, expanding healthcare for veterans exposed to toxins August 10, 2022 PBS NewsHour on YouTube "Justice has been delivered": Biden says top al-Qaeda leader killed in drone strike August 1, 2022 Global News on YouTube “Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claims | Veteran Owned Law Firm.” The Carlson Law Firm on YouTube Senator Toomey on State of the Union with Jake Tapper July 31, 2022 CNN Clips 7:00 Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA): Here's what you need to keep in mind, Jake. First of all, this is the oldest trick in Washington. People take a sympathetic group of Americans — it could be children with an illness, it could be victims of crime, it could be veterans who have been exposed to toxic chemicals — craft a bill to address their problems, and then sneak in something completely unrelated that they know could never pass on its own and dare Republicans to do anything about it because they know they'll unleash their allies in the media and maybe a pseudo-celebrity to make up false accusations to try to get us to just swallow what shouldn't be there. That's what's happening here, Jake. 10:40 Jake Tapper: So one of the questions that I think people have about what you're claiming is a budgetary gimmick is, the VA budgets will always remain subject to congressional oversight, they can't just spend this money any way they want. And from how I read this legislation, it says that this money has to be spent on health care for veterans who suffered exposure from toxic burned pits. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA): This is why they do this sort of thing, Jake, because it gets very deep in the weeds and very confusing for people very quickly. It's not really about veteran spending. It's about what category of government bookkeeping, they put the veterans spending in. My change, the honest people acknowledge it will have no effect on the amount of money or the circumstances under which the money for veterans is being spent. But what I want to do is treat it, for government accounting purposes, the way we've always treated it for government accounting purposes. Because if we change it to the way that the Democrats want, it creates room in future budgets for $400 billion of totally unrelated, extraneous spending on other matters. Senator Toomey on Face the Nation with John Dickerson July 31, 2022 CBS News Clips 4:10 John Dickerson: 123 Republicans in the House voted for this, 34 Senate Republicans voted for it. Same bill. This week, the bill didn't change but the Republican votes did. Why? Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA): Now, the Republican votes didn't change on the substance of the bill. Republicans have said we want an amendment to change a provision that has nothing to do with veterans health care. The Republicans support this. The Democrats added a provision that has nothing to do with veterans health care, and it's designed to change government accounting rules so that they can have a $400 billion spending spree. 6:25 Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA): Honest Democrats evaluating this will tell you: if my amendment passes, not a dime change in spending on veterans programs. What changes is how the government accounts for it. John Dickerson: I understand, but the accounting change, as you know, is a result — the reason they put it in that other bucket is that it doesn't subject it to the normal triage of budgeting. And the argument is that the values at stake here are more important than leaving it to the normal cut and thrust of budgeting. Jon's Response To Ted Cruz's PACT Act Excuses July 29, 2022 The Problem with Jon Stewart on Youtube Clips 00:20 Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX): What the dispute is about is the Democrats played a budgetary trick, which is they took $400 billion in discretionary spending and they shifted it to a mandatory one. Jon Stewart: What Ted Cruz is describing is inaccurate, not true, bulls ** t. This is no trick. Everything in the government is either mandatory or discretionary spending depending on which bucket they feel like putting it in. The whole place is basically a f * ing shell game. And he's pretending that this is some new thing that the Democrats pulled out, stuck into the bill, and snuck it past one Ted Cruz. Now I'm not a big-city Harvard educated lawyer, but I can read. It's always been mandatory spending so that the government can't just cut off their funding at any point. No trick, no gimmick, [it's] been there the whole f**king time. 1:50 Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX): What's the Republicans made clear is, if we leave that spending as discretionary — don't play the budgetary trick — the bill will pass with 80 or 90 votes. Jon Stewart: I don't know how many other ways to say this, but there was no budgetary trick and it was always mandatory. And when they voted in the Senate on June 16, they actually got 84 votes. And you know who voted for that? Ted f*cking Cruz and every other one of those Republicans that switched their votes. There was no reason for them to switch the votes. The bill that passed the Senate 84 to 14 on June 16 has not had one word added to it by Democrats, or spending fairies, or anybody else. It's the same f*cking bill. ‘I Call Bullshit!' Jon on the PACT Act Being Blocked in the Senate July 28, 2022 The Problem with John Stewart on YouTube Clips 3:20 Jon Stewart: June 16, they passed the PACT Act 84 to 14. You don't even see those scores in the Senate anymore. They passed it. Every one of these individuals that has been fighting for years, standing on the shoulders of Vietnam veterans who have been fighting for years, standing on the shoulders of Persian Gulf War veterans fighting for years, Desert Storm veterans, to just get the health care and benefits that they earn from their service. And I don't care if they were fighting for our freedom. I don't care if they were fighting for the flag. I don't care if they were fighting because they wanted to get out of a drug treatment center, or it was jail or the army. I don't give a shit. They lived up to their oath. And yesterday, they spit on it in abject cruelty. These people thought they could finally breathe. You think their struggles end because the PACT Act passes? All it means is they don't have to decide between their cancer drugs and their house. Their struggle continues. From the crowd: This bill does a lot more than just give us health care. Jon Stewart: It gives them health care, gives them benefits, lets them live. From the crowd: Keeps veterans from going homeless keeps veterans from become an addict, keeps veterans from committing suicide. Jon Stewart: Senator Toomey is not going to hear that because he won't sit down with this man. Because he is a fucking coward. You hear me? A coward. 5:15 Jon Stewart: Pat Toomey stood up there — Patriot Pat Toomey, excuse me, I'm sorry. I want to give him his propers, I want to make sure that I give him his propers. Patriot Pat Toomey stood on the floor and said “this is a slush fund, they're gonna use $400 billion to spend on whatever they want.” That's nonsense. I call bullshit. This isn't a slush fund. You know, what's a slush fund? The OSO, the Overseas Contingency Operations Fund. $60 billion, $70 billion every year on top of $500 billion, $600 billion, $700 billion of a defense budget. That's a slush fund, unaccountable. No guardrails? Did Pat Toomey stand up and say, this is irresponsible. The guard rails? No, not one of them. Did they vote for it year after year after year? You don't support the troops. You support the war machine. 7:10 Jon Stewart: And now they say, “Well, this will get done. Maybe after we get back from our summer recess, maybe during the lame duck…” because they're on Senate time. Do you understand? You live around here. Senate time is ridiculous. These motherfuckers live to 200 — they're tortoises. They live forever and they never lose their jobs and they never lose their benefits and they never lose all those things. Well, [sick veterans are] not on Senate time. They're on human time. Cancer time. 8:20 Jon Stewart: I honestly don't even know what to say anymore. But we need your help, because we're not leaving. These people cannot go away. I don't know if you know this, you know, obviously, I'm not a military expert. I didn't serve in the military, but from what I understand, you're not allowed to just leave your post when the mission isn't completed. Apparently you take an oath, you swear an oath, and you can't leave, that these folks can leave because they're on Senate time. Go ahead, go home, spend time with your families, because these people can't do it anymore. So they can't leave until this gets done. Senator Toomey PACT Act Amendment Floor Speech July 26, 2022 Senate Session Representative Mark Takano PACT Act Floor Speech July 13, 2022 House Session 3:38:20 **Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA): The way this country has dealt with toxic exposure has been piecemeal and inadequate. President Biden recognizes this, too. Shortly after he was sworn in, I met with the President about our shared priorities for veterans. Upon learning of my goal to pass comprehensive legislation to help toxic-exposed veterans, the President leaned over to me and talked about his son, Beau, who served near burn pits in Iraq and Kosovo. It might be hard for most Americans to imagine what a burn pit looks like because they are illegal in the United States. Picture walking next to and breathing fumes from a burning pit the size of a football field. This pit contained everything from household trash, plastics, and human waste to jet fuel and discarded equipment burning day and night. Beau Biden lived near these burn pits and breathed the fumes that emanated from them. President Biden believes that con- stant exposure to these burn pits, and the toxic fumes they emitted, led to Beau's cancer and early death. It was during that meeting when I knew I had a partner in President Biden. Atomic Homefront 2017 HBO Documentaries “This Concrete Dome Holds A Leaking Toxic Timebomb.” November 27, 2017 Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Foreign Correspondent Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)