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Best podcasts about tightening

Latest podcast episodes about tightening

CATS Roundtable
Former Congressman Peter King - Governor's races NJ & VA tightening

CATS Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 6:07


Former Congressman Peter King - Governor's races NJ & VA tightening by John Catsimatidis

Talking Pools Podcast
A NEW TRADE SHOW, TILE CLEANING, TIGHTENING POOL ROUTES

Talking Pools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 31:33


A huge announcement from AQUA Magazine brings editor and chief Scott Webb to our show this week. Andrea takes us through her methods of cleaning scale from tile. Rudy talks about why now is the best time to fire some customers. All this and more on this week's Talking Pools Podcast episode!Jump right in. The water's fine. Join us, Poolside!Find us onWebsite: https://talkingpools.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkingpools/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalkingPools Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkingPoolsYouTube: Talking Pools Podcast - YouTubeOnline Pool Education Classes: https://poolclass.teachable.com/Rudy's Books:  Rudy Stankowitz - Author POOL MAGAZINE Pool Magazine is leading up to the minute news source for Swimming Pool News and Pool Features. OuHow to Get Rid of Swimming Pool Algae Ha The most comprehensive guide on algae prevention and remediation you will ever own. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=EBYRTRM3EGY3S)

LGIM Talks
175: ‘Bullet-proof' US equities, inflation and policy tightening – Market talk

LGIM Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 11:07


US corporate earnings, the global inflation outlook and monetary-policy tightening are the subject of this week's episode of Market Talk, with Ben Bennett, LGIM's Head of Investment Strategy and Research. The podcast was recorded earlier today and is hosted by Max Julius, Head of Content.

Forever35
Mini-Ep 250: Magic Tightening Cream

Forever35

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 35:31


Doree snuggles in with cozier mysteries to battle night terrors and Kate tests out some fancy products while staying with a friend. Then, listeners write in asking about a hydrating sunscreen, how to maximize self-care and relaxation before starting a new job, and which serum is the magical skin tightening serum. Plus, Canadian listeners continue the bimonthly vs biweekly battle in the Forever35 texts.To leave a voicemail or text for a future episode, reach them at 781-591-0390. You can also email the podcast at forever35podcast@gmail.com.Visit forever35podcast.com for links to everything they mention on the show.Follow the podcast on Twitter (@Forever35Pod) and Instagram (@Forever35Podcast) and join the Forever35 Facebook Group (Password: Serums). Sign up for the newsletter! At forever35podcast.com/newsletterThis episode is sponsored by:STRIVECTIN - Learn more at StriVectin.com. Email subscribers receive 15% off their first order. COZY EARTH - Head over to cozyearth.com and use code FOREVER35PODCAST for 40% off all products. CALM - For 40% off a Calm Premium subscription, head to calm.com/forever35. PURPLE - Go to Purple.com/forever10, and use promo code FOREVER10. For a limited time, get 10% off any order of $200 or more!BETTER HELP - Get 10% off your first month with the discount code FOREVER35. Go to betterhelp.com/FOREVER35 to get started today. ATHLETIC GREENS - Visit athleticgreens.com/forever35 to take control of your health and give AG1 a try today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Primary Vision Network
The Economy - Global Manufacturing & Monetary Tightening, Shifting Wages as Inflation Increases Again, U.S. Debt Ceiling & Housing Update, European Inflation, China Update 10/21/2021 #257

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 78:54


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Economist Radio
Money Talks: In a tightening spot

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 29:42


Higher inflation looks likely to last into 2022. The Bank of England could be the first big central bank to raise interest rates—why might it make the first move? Also, our team explores how real-time data are upending economics. And Michael Dell, boss of the eponymous tech firm, on why founders are leaving Silicon Valley for Texas and why PCs are still sexy. Rachana Shanbhogue hostsSign up for our new weekly newsletter dissecting the big themes in markets, business and the economy at economist.com/moneytalks For full access to print, digital and audio editions, subscribe to The Economist at www.economist.com/podcastoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Money talks from Economist Radio
Money Talks: In a tightening spot

Money talks from Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 29:42


Higher inflation looks likely to last into 2022. The Bank of England could be the first big central bank to raise interest rates—why might it make the first move? Also, our team explores how real-time data are upending economics. And Michael Dell, boss of the eponymous tech firm, on why founders are leaving Silicon Valley for Texas and why PCs are still sexy. Rachana Shanbhogue hostsSign up for our new weekly newsletter dissecting the big themes in markets, business and the economy at economist.com/moneytalks For full access to print, digital and audio editions, subscribe to The Economist at www.economist.com/podcastoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

SportsBeat KC
Chiefs' fixes begin with not being the NFL's worst in these categories

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 41:24


Fixing the Chiefs' problems begins with a two-pronged attack: Tightening up a defense that ranks last in the NFL, and taking care of the football. The Chiefs' 11 turnovers also rank last in the league. These issues (plus others) have the two-time Super Bowl team off to a 2-3 start, but the turnaround can begin at noon Sunday in Washington D.C., where the Chiefs are a 6 1/2-point favorite against the Washington Football Team. Columnists Sam Mellinger and Vahe Gregorian discuss it all here with beat writers Sam McDowell and Herbie Teope in a podcast that first aired Friday morning as a SportsBeat Live stream at kansascity.com. Story links: So, defenses have found a way to slow Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs. Well, sort of Here's how the Chiefs can beat Washington in Week 6 Fixing Chiefs defense can start with playing Juan Thornhill over Daniel Sorensen Chiefs-Washington prediction: Mahomes can show leadership, talent in Washington Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Big Five Podcast
Valerie Plante's first campaign mistake? Plus: Tightening the screws on Anti-vaxxers

The Big Five Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 22:55


Elias Makos welcomes in Paul Gott, lead singer and guitarist for Montreal Punk Rock band the Ripcordz and a journalism professor at Concordia University and David Heurtel, former provincial Liberal cabinet minister and counsel at Faskin 

MONEY FM 89.3 - Your Money With Michelle Martin
MAS' first tightening in 3 years as Sing, Delta's profit, Buffet's investment playbook.

MONEY FM 89.3 - Your Money With Michelle Martin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 17:53


Why has the MAS tightened its Singdollar policy band for the first time in 3 years? What has Buffett said about investing in inflationary times? Why is SembMarine in negotiations involving Antarctic support vessels? Michelle Martin and Ryan Huang go beyond the headlines and market buzz in this edition of Market View.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RealClearPolitics Takeaway
Biden's Declining Poll Numbers, Mitch McConnell Comes Under Fire in the GOP, and Why Are the Polls Tightening in The Virginia's Governors Race?

RealClearPolitics Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 43:55


It was another week of deadlines and deal making on Capitol Hill, culminating in a Senate Vote on Thursday to raise the country's debt limit by $480 billion, thereby pushing the prospects of a default to December. Eleven Republicans, led by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, voted with the Democrats to overcome a filibuster - a move that prompted criticism of McConnell from some of his fellow Republicans but also kept the country solvent, at least for a few more weeks. In Virginia, polls are tightening in the gubernatorial race between Democratic former Governor Terry McAuliffe and Republican newcomer Glenn Youngkin. The race is considered a test case for the 2022 midterms and beyond. What issues are resonating with voters, and will Virginia continue to trend blue? And a look at the latest polls. There is not great news for President Biden this week as his approval numbers continue to slide, and – perhaps not surprising but still noteworthy - new polling from the University of Virginia reveals just how many Americans are ready for a national divorce over politics. Tom Bevan, co-founder and president of RealClearPolitics, Carl Cannon, Washington bureau chief, and Susan Crabtree, national correspondent join Andrew Walworth on today's RealClearPolitics Takeaway podcast.

The Anti-Establishment
Episode 01 - Tightening The Ratchet

The Anti-Establishment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 44:11


In this episode, we discuss the tightening of the proverbial ratchet as it pertains to government and how when you lose freedoms you rarely get them back.Please make sure you subscribe to our channels!

Investopoly
Likely tightening in lending rules is unlikely to impact investment-grade property

Investopoly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 18:10


Federal Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg has asked the Council of Financial Regulators to investigate the fact that credit growth is materially outpacing growth in household income and to advise on any policy responses.In lay terms, the Treasurer is worried that people are borrowing too much money compared to their incomes and that could be risky for the economy.Increase in home lending is pronouncedIt has been well documented that house prices in Australia have been rising at a fast pace over the past year. But this isn't unique to Australia. This is also a global phenomenon, as illustrated in Knight Frank's Global House Price Index report released last week. This report ranks the house price growth in 56 countries and Australia ranks 18th.It is higher loan volumes that have caused higher property prices. The ABS chart below shows that most of the increase in lending has been driven by owner-occupiers (being the dark blue line), not investors.CHART ON WEBSITEThe monthly volume of home loans has been rising significantly since mid-2020. The average volume of lending between December 2020 and August 2021 was $21.7 billion per month. The average for the 10-year period prior to June-2020, was only $11.6 billion per month.Approximately 60% of the increase in lending over the past 9 months has been driven by an increase in the number of borrowers. And 40% has been driven by an increase in the average loan size i.e. people borrowing more. This makes sense as higher income earners have largely been (economically) unaffected by the Covid lockdowns.Level of household debt is a worryThe chart below illustrates how the level of household debt (blue line) has increased over the past three decades. The green line depicts the interest cost of this debt. The interest cost has remained relatively contained for the past decade, thanks to falling interest rates.CHART ON WEBSITEHousehold budgets will clearly be more sensitive to future interest rate increases because they have more debt. This means that any future increases in the RBA Cash Rate will be more effective in containing inflation (by cooling consumer spending). As such, it is entirely possible, even likely that interest rates may never return to pre-GFC levels. That is, it's possible that interest rates will permanently remain below 6% p.a.The upshot of this is the government is rightly concerned about households' higher indebtedness. This may be acceptable whilst interest rates are unusually low, but it could cause problems for some borrowers when interest rates inevitably rise.Likely intervention: income to debt capThe banking regulator considers a high debt-to-income ratio as anything above 6 i.e. borrowings greater than 6 times your family's gross annual income. Therefore, if your family's income is $200k p.a. and you have borrowings more than $1.2 million, the regulator considers you to be a riskier borrower.The chart below (froman APRA report) highlights that high debt-to-income lending (dark blue) has increased since last year. In fact, it grew by 2.8% in the June 2021 quarter which is the highest increase on record.CHART ON WEBSITEIt is this cohort of borrowers that I expect the regulator to target. It can do so by instructing the banks to reduce lending to borrowers that have high debt-to-income ratios i.e. greater than 6 times, which I think is prudent.Asset-rich, income poor are locked out of the borrowing marketAsset-rich, income-poor borrowers will further be disadvantaged. As I wrote several months ago, banks only lend against income, not assets. That means if you have $20 million of cash in the bank and no job, most mainstream banks will not lend you a cent! Inflexible lending rules do not allow a bank to consider your asset base as a source to fund loan repayments (only income). Of course, this is nonsensical.Consider an example where a borrower owns their home worth $1 million, an investment property worth $1.2 million, a share portfolio worth over $2 million, $500k in cash savings and has zero debt. For lifestyle reasons, the borrower only works casually and earns $20k p.a., but has the capacity to work full-time, if required. In this situation, this borrower has almost no borrowing capacity. Practically, this investor could borrow safely.The point I'm attempting to make is that implementing restrictions such as a debt-to-income caps is often necessary and prudent. However, lenders must have the flexibility to work outside of these parameters where appropriate. Unfortunately, they almost never have this flexibility or are unwilling to exercise it.High income borrowers are in the box seatMost people with a family income of $1 million, for example, probably wouldn't want or need to borrow materially more than $6 million, so the implementation of a debt-to-income cap will not have any impact on their plans.However, borrowing capacities for lower income earners will be adversely impacted. A restriction on borrowing capacity will retard their ability to afford a house in their desired location and/or their ability to invest in property.Whilst this isn't an unacceptable outcome in isolation (as borrowing say 10 times income, for example is rarely a good idea), it will unfortunately exacerbate wealth inequality.What does this mean for the property market?It is my view that any change to debt-to-income ratios will probably not have any measurable impact on blue-chip, investment-grade locations. There are enough borrowers with strong financial positions to underpin demand for investment-grade property.However, expected tightening in lending rules will likely impact locations that are populated with a higher proportion of lower income earners.

The Financial Exchange Show
Fed Exploring Digital Currency // Unemployment Falling, Labor Market Tightening - 10/4 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 40:28


(5:32) - The Federal Reserve is preparing to launch a review of a possible digital currency as administered by the central bank. It is logistically possible to move to an all-digital currency? How would the introduction of such a currency affect global currency?(15:29) - The unemployment rate is falling at the same time that companies are having trouble hiring workers. Will companies raising their wages continue to help get Americans back to work?(22:10) - Broader inflation pressures are quite prevalent at this time, and more investors are beginning to accept that inflation is less transitory than originally thought.(37:55) - Stack roulette.

The Pickle and Boot Shop Podcast
Episode 27- You Could Just Hear Their Collective Sphincters Tightening

The Pickle and Boot Shop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 75:14


Episode 27- Joe and Reese again answer listener's questions. This episode has them discussing good stage banter and some train wrecks. They also talk about appearing at the GMAs, the Dove Awards, and what happened to the one and only Dove award the Insyderz ever possessed. All of this, while the lawyers from MOJOCO slowly descend upon our tiny diabolical brainwashing machine of a podcast in their corporate takeover.Patreon: www.patreon.com/pickleandbootshopMerch: www.bonfire.com/store/the-pickle-and-boot-shop--shop/Email: thepickleandbootshop@gmail.comTwitter: @PBootshopFacebook: Pickle and Boot ShopFacebook Fans by Daniel Rock: facebook.com/groups/diabolicaldiscussionInstagram: pickleandbootshopFor more shows like this one check out Rock Candy Recordings. #theinsyderz, #fiveironfrenzy, #brandonebel, #DippinDots, #DoveAwards, #MOJOCO, #MickeyMouseHands, #TheIceCreamoftheFuture, #WHIRLPOOLMOSH

Astor Investment Management
Astor Weekly Economic Review – Episode 80 -The Astor Research Team Dives into the Fed’s Promise of Tightening

Astor Investment Management

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 13:14


Growth is still strong and we should have seen the peak behind us and now we have these on-going questions about time constraints and price pressures in the economy. Fed is talking about tapering, reducing the pace in treasuries and agency securities. The indication of when this is going to happen is November – the... The post Astor Weekly Economic Review – Episode 80 -The Astor Research Team Dives into the Fed's Promise of Tightening appeared first on Astor Investment Management.

Reorg Ruminations
Americas Core Credit: Chinese Regulatory Tightening in Macau (Sept. 24, 2021)

Reorg Ruminations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 18:45


On this week's Americas Core Credit podcast Jeff Brenner and Julian Bulaon from our Americas Covenants team discuss how the Chinese government's proposed revisions to Macau's gaming laws could potentially trigger defaults and cause other problems under the debt documents of U.S. based gaming companies operating out of Macau. If you are not a Reorg subscriber, request access here: go.reorg-research.com/Podcast-Trial

MONEY FM 89.3 - Prime Time with Howie Lim, Bernard Lim & Finance Presenter JP Ong
Forex Fridays: Tightening Monetary Policy and China Risks

MONEY FM 89.3 - Prime Time with Howie Lim, Bernard Lim & Finance Presenter JP Ong

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 14:59


It was a busy week with a number of major central banks like the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of England making policy decisions, with hints of tighter support in the future. Meanwhile, property risks and fears of broader contagion in Mainland China raised more worries for broader markets. Peter Chia, UOB's Senior FX Strategist, joined us on Forex Fridays to recap the month that was, and what growing market jitters may mean for the FX space. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Vision Presents...
China's Tightening Grip: PBOC Declares Cryptocurrency Transactions Illegal

Real Vision Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 33:00


DB-Sep24,2021: China says goodbye to cryptocurrencies as the PBOC officially declares that all crypto transactions are now illegal. The crackdown comes as China plans to unveil its official digital Yuan early next year. Overnight crypto market action brings Real Vision CEO and co-founder Raoul Pal to the scene to discuss where China fits into the ever-evolving cryptocurrency regulatory narrative and what it portends for the future of the space. Interviewed by Ash Bennington. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3AELHqV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Table Talk
171: Is Net Zero distracting us from the real work needed to tackle climate change?

Table Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 25:24


In the latest in a series of episodes focused on Net Zero, and its impact on food industry manufacturers, producers and retailers, we join Aditi Sen, Policy Lead at Oxfam to find out whether the focus on net zero is distracting us from the priority of cutting emissions to reduce our impact on the environment. Aditi co-authored Oxfam's ‘Tightening the Net' report which discovered that many governments are hiding behind unreliable, unrealistic and unproven carbon removal schemes to meet their 2050 goals. Is net zero causing more of a distraction than a help as we address climate change? Join host Stefan Gates as he chats to Aditi, and discovers the detail and research that has gone into Oxfam's report, and what can be done next to effect real change.  About Aditi Sen Aditi Sen, Policy Lead, Oxfam Working at the intersection of climate change, sustainability, and international development and advancing equity in climate solutions. Broad experience in policy analysis and advocacy, program design and management, and working with a diverse range of stakeholders. About the Tightening the Net report Oxfam's report Tightening the Net says that too many governments and corporations are hiding behind unreliable, unproven and unrealistic 'carbon removal' schemes in order to claim their 2050 climate change plans will be ‘net zero'.  Their sudden rush of ‘net zero' promises are relying too much on vast swathes of land to plant trees in order to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. At the same time, they are failing to cut emissions quickly or deeply enough to avert catastrophic climate breakdown.  To limit warming below 1.5°C and prevent irreversible damage from climate change, the world collectively should be on track to reduce carbon emissions by 45 per cent by 2030 from 2010 levels, with the sharpest cuts being made by the biggest emitters. Countries' current plans to cut emissions are nowhere near, totalling around 1 per cent reduction in global emissions by 2030 according to the most recent stocktake.  The climate crisis is already devastating agriculture globally. It is driving worsening humanitarian crises, hunger and migration. People living in poverty, particularly women farmers and Indigenous people, are being affected first and worst. It is undermining efforts to tackle poverty around the world.  Danny Sriskandarajah, Chief Executive of Oxfam GB, said: “Too many companies and governments are hiding behind the smokescreen of ‘net zero' to continue dirty business-as-usual activities.  “A prime example of the doublethink we are seeing is the oil and gas sector trying to justify its ongoing extraction of fossil fuels by promising unrealistic carbon removal schemes that require ludicrous amounts of land.  “Net zero targets are vital to tackling climate change. Some governments and companies are taking bold action to cut carbon emissions but there are currently too few to give us a realistic chance of averting climate catastrophe and the widespread hunger and devastation that come with it.  “The UK Government needs to be a credible broker for a deal that can stop the planet overheating when it hosts the COP26 climate talks in November – so it is imperative that it stops licensing new oil and gas in the North Sea, including a possible new oilfield near the Shetland Islands.”

Autoline Daily
AD #3164 - Biden Admin Tightening Emission Standards; Toyota Reveals Tundra Details; Tesla's China Exports Booming

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 11:17


- CR Criticizes Tesla's Yoke Steering Wheel- Biden Admin Tightening Emission Standards- NHTSA Opens New Investigation into Takata Airbags- All-New Toyota Tundra Details Emerging- Toyota Tests Hydrogen Transport- Honda Reveals Prologue Production Targets- Honda Says It Won't Hit Production Targets w/o Fair EV Incentives- Tesla's China Exports Booming- China Worried About Foreign-Sourced Microprocessors

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3164 - Biden Admin Tightening Emission Standards; Toyota Reveals Tundra Details; Tesla's China Exports Booming

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 11:16


- CR Criticizes Tesla's Yoke Steering Wheel - Biden Admin Tightening Emission Standards - NHTSA Opens New Investigation into Takata Airbags - All-New Toyota Tundra Details Emerging - Toyota Tests Hydrogen Transport - Honda Reveals Prologue Production Targets - Honda Says It Won't Hit Production Targets w/o Fair EV Incentives - Tesla's China Exports Booming - China Worried About Foreign-Sourced Microprocessors

Foul Ball Area
Playoff Races Tightening Up

Foul Ball Area

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 40:01


We're about two weeks away from the end of the 2021 regular season, and there are some very exciting playoff races to keep an eye on right now. The teams atop the NL West are separated by just one game, and they each have important series coming up. Will the Giants surprise everyone and come out on top, or will the Dodgers show their strength and win their 9th straight division title?   Plus, three teams from the AL East are all vying for the AL Wild Card race. Can the Yankees stop the surging Blue Jays and hang on to make the postseason? All of this discussion and plenty more on today's episode!

The Scoop
Bittrex Global's CEO says the exchange company is exploring safe havens in light of regulatory tightening

The Scoop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 37:24


On this episode of The Scoop, Bittrex Global CEO Stephen Stonberg joined host Frank Chaparro for a discussion on Bittrex's US and global businesses, his outlook on security tokens, and how the company is tackling regulatory tightening in an effort to safely enter markets across the world. In its global business, Stonberg said that Bittrex is testing out lending and staking products as well as dipping its toes into STOs or Security Token Offerings, such as in real estate, stocks, cars, etc. Bittrex test-launched a limited number of what Stonberg termed ‘unsolicited ETFs' like "Google tokenized and Tesla tokenized" which they are currently only selling to a small subset of clients via their Bermuda license. As the market matures and investors eventually look for yield in alternative products outside of utility tokens, Bittrex is positioning itself to capture that market share. “I would expect that as utility tokens become a more mature market, that you won't see those types of returns," said Stonberg. Stonberg views real estate on the blockchain as one of the use cases that will reshape the industry. In fact, Bittrex is exploring the potential of STO-based tokens, such as in real estate as well as possibly art and IPOs, as Stonberg suggested. “I really think that you're going to see everything being tokenized. Why should we not have real estate tokenized? Like, why should if you're IPOing a company, why does it have to be an IPO? Why can't it be in the venture stage?” As for where competitors are in the adoption cycle, Stonberg added: "Right now, we're in the fund build phase where the regulators haven't caught on yet." However, he did not comment on whether Bittrex has plans at this time to fundraise or enter public markets. Episode 56 of Season 3 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with The Block's Frank Chaparro and Stephen Stonberg, CEO at Bittrex Global. Listen below, and subscribe to The Scoop on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Email feedback and revision requests to podcast@theblockcrypto.com. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Bakkt, Kraken, and Exodus Bakkt® unlocks the $1.2+ trillion of digital assets that is currently held in cryptocurrencies, rewards and loyalty points, gaming assets and merchant stored value. We began in 2018 with the vision to bring trust and transparency to digital assets. Through the Bakkt Warehouse and Bakkt Bitcoin Futures and Options contracts, we serve institutional clients in an end-to-end regulated market with true price transparency. For consumers, Bakkt aggregates digital assets to enable instant liquidity and to empower users to trade, transfer and pay however they want. Visit Bakkt.com for more information About Kraken Whether you're an experienced crypto trader or just starting out, Kraken has the tools to help you achieve financial freedom. With 50+ cryptocurrencies to choose from, industry-leading security and a wide variety of features to suit any investing strategy, Kraken puts the power in your hands to buy, sell and trade digital assets. Visit Kraken.com to get started today. About Exodus Exodus is leading the world out of traditional finance by building beautiful and user-friendly crypto products. Forget having to learn the nuances of different cryptocurrencies. Exodus is designed for everyone and hides the complex details behind a beautiful and intuitive interface.   Buy and sell one cryptocurrency for another from the comfort of your wallet, in seconds. Funds remain under your full control.   Secure, manage, stake, and exchange all of your favorite cryptocurrencies from one wallet. No account registration is required. Download Exodus at Exodus.com or directly from Google Play and the iOS App Store and you're ready to go.

Ironsides Macroeconomics 'It's Never Different This Time'

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Click below for details, for individual subscriptions the price is $89/month or $999/year.Subscribe nowFor additional information see Ironsides Macro/aboutBarry C. KnappManaging PartnerDirector of ResearchIronsides Macroeconomics LLC908-821-7584bcknapp@ironsidesmacro.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/barry-c-knapp/@barryknappThis institutional communication has been prepared by Ironsides Macroeconomics LLC (“Ironsides Macroeconomics”) for your informational purposes only. This material is for illustration and discussion purposes only and are not intended to be, nor should they be construed as financial, legal, tax or investment advice and do not constitute an opinion or recommendation by Ironsides Macroeconomics. You should consult appropriate advisors concerning such matters. This material presents information through the date indicated, is only a guide to the author’s current expectations and is subject to revision by the author, though the author is under no obligation to do so. 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Texas Tribune Brief
Republican bill tightening Texas election laws is headed to Gov. Greg Abbott's desk

Texas Tribune Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 4:44


Senate Bill 1 rewrites Texas election laws to further restrict the voting-by-mail process and outlaw local voting initiatives meant to widen access, namely those pushed by Harris County that were disproportionately used by voters of color.

Thoughts on the Market
Matt Hornbach: Treasuries, Tapering and Tightening

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 3:52


After last week's Jackson Hole Symposium, markets cheered Fed Powell's implied messaging on the pace of rate hikes. Did markets read it right?

Pawley MF20
#101 Butt Tightening

Pawley MF20

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 20:32


Pawley talks evolution deniers, R. Kelley, CBD, and then heavily mocks costumed rockers.

RNZ: Morning Report
Covid-19: Epidemiologist wants tightening of alert level rules

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 4:05


As eligible workplaces south of Auckland prepare to reopen on Wednesday, there's a push on for rules to be beefed up. Given the high infectiousness of the Delta variant, Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield has advised Cabinet to tighten rules for workplaces operating under level 3. Public health expert Michael Baker said we now know more about how the virus spreads and a rethink is essential across all levels.  "We know how this virus is transmitted but we need to revise our legal system to reflect that." He spoke to Corin Dann.

Trying to Make Sense of Markets That Don't Make Sense
Stocks Can't See Financial Conditions Tightening as the Fed Seeks to Control the Curve

Trying to Make Sense of Markets That Don't Make Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 20:29


In today's show, you will learn how to spot tightening financial conditions in the market knowing stocks are the last to figure out when things are about to go wrong. #M2MoneySupply #VelocityofM2 #TradeWeightedDollar #ConsumerSentiment #InitialCliams Portfolio Shield™ https://stevenvanmetre.com/portfolio-shield/ Website http://stevenvanmetre.com/ Social Media https://twitter.com/MetreSteven https://www.linkedin.com/in/steven-van-metre-b4a08b182/ https://www.facebook.com/svmfin/ Portfolio Shield™ and Momentum Timer Pro™ are unregistered trademarks of Steven Van Metre Financial. Watermark Artwork by Jasmine Miller Twitter: @jazcreative The content of this video is provided as educational information only and is not intended to provide investment or other advice. This material is not to be construed as a recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell any security, financial product, instrument, or to participate in any particular trading strategy. This video was prepared by Steven Van Metre in my own personal capacity. The opinions expressed in this video are my own and do not reflect the view of Atlas Financial Advisors, Inc. or Steven Van Metre Financial.

Six O'Clock News
20/08/2021 The Taliban have been tightening their grip across Afghanistan

Six O'Clock News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 30:38


Regulators in the UK have approved the use of a new coronavirus drug

Buffalo Bills: Maybe Next Year
Episode 270: Tightening Up

Buffalo Bills: Maybe Next Year

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 38:51


A sub-40 minute podcast for you, recapping the Lions game, talking about injuries, cuts, and Dion Dawkins, a quick TDIBH and WBT with a new host and a brief Bears preview. Enjoy!

Simply Economics
UP 252: RBNZ tightening in doubt as Covid clouds the global recovery

Simply Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 15:15


An interest rate hike by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand looked nailed on today but Covid developments may now dictate otherwise. In any event, a tightening there would be an outlier. Terry Sheehan and Jeremy Hawkins discuss the latest global economic developments that suggest policy rates elsewhere are still going nowhere in a hurry.

For The Love Of Money
517. Four Ways to Improve Your Financial Fitness

For The Love Of Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 12:37


In This Episode You Will Learn About: The four things that impact your finances How fitness relates to your financial goals Staying mentally fit Maintaining the right relationships Tightening up your schedule   Resources: Text “DAILY” to 310-421-0416 to get my daily money mantra   Show Notes: I've shared plenty of advice about pure financial strategy – investing, earning money, creating sales, crushing debt – but there are some seemingly unrelated moves you can make to tighten things up that will have a massive impact on your financial fitness. I'm going to share four areas that you need to work on that won't seem obvious to you, but have big long-term and short-term effects. Follow me on social media @ChrisWHarder on Instagram and check out chrisharder.me.

Politics Politics Politics
Episode 203: Gavin Newsom is very angry about the tightening recall

Politics Politics Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 59:40


Justin breaks down the state of the California Recall Election (September 14th) including why Gavin Newsom's position has eroded in the polls, why he is angry about it and who could replace him. We are also joined by Joshua Spivak of the Recall Elections Blog to break down the numbers.

Rec Poker
Ep 300 - Forums: Tightening Up and ICM (Monkiesystem)

Rec Poker

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 26:50


This week, Jim Reid leads the panel through a forum post by Keith B about when to start considering ICM at teh final table. While battling it out against each other in the nightly home game, the panel discusses tournament stages, stack sizes, ICM principles, and more! Come sign up for a free account at rec.poker today to see all the great comments and replies – and you can post a question of your own in the forum for the panel to review! Link: https://rec.poker/forums/discussion/when-to-tighten-up-on-final-tables/

98.5 The Sports Hub Red Sox Audio Podcast
Red Sox Swept by Tampa Bay // Chaim Bloom's Deadline Approach // AL East Tightening up – 8/2/2021

98.5 The Sports Hub Red Sox Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 38:52


  (0:00) Matt McCarthy is in for Mazz and starts Monday night's show talking about the Red Sox being swept by the Rays over the weekend and the team's lack of moves at the deadline. (15:30) Red Sox ownership and Chaim Bloom's approach to the trade deadline are discussed with calls coming in. (26:50) The Yankees, Blue Jays and Rays all made significant moves at the deadline and some are already paying major dividends, how do these moves impact the race for the AL East?

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz
Red Sox Swept by Tampa Bay // Chaim Bloom's Deadline Approach // AL East Tightening up – 8/2/2021

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 38:52


  (0:00) Matt McCarthy is in for Mazz and starts Monday night's show talking about the Red Sox being swept by the Rays over the weekend and the team's lack of moves at the deadline. (15:30) Red Sox ownership and Chaim Bloom's approach to the trade deadline are discussed with calls coming in. (26:50) The Yankees, Blue Jays and Rays all made significant moves at the deadline and some are already paying major dividends, how do these moves impact the race for the AL East?

Felger & Massarotti
Red Sox Swept by Tampa Bay // Chaim Bloom's Deadline Approach // AL East Tightening up – 8/2/2021

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 38:52


  (0:00) Matt McCarthy is in for Mazz and starts Monday night's show talking about the Red Sox being swept by the Rays over the weekend and the team's lack of moves at the deadline. (15:30) Red Sox ownership and Chaim Bloom's approach to the trade deadline are discussed with calls coming in. (26:50) The Yankees, Blue Jays and Rays all made significant moves at the deadline and some are already paying major dividends, how do these moves impact the race for the AL East?

AM
The screws tightening in Sydney as its stubborn COVID-outbreak grows.

AM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 20:00


How the use of the military to stem the COVID outbreak is conjuring up uncomfortable memories for some in the city's cultural heartland;

AM full episode
The screws tightening in Sydney as its stubborn COVID-outbreak grows.

AM full episode

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 20:00


How the use of the military to stem the COVID outbreak is conjuring up uncomfortable memories for some in the city's cultural heartland;

RN Drive - ABC RN
NSW Covid-19 crisis deepens, tightening restrictions for Olympic athletes, and a laksa masterclass

RN Drive - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 85:04


WSJ Minute Briefing
White House Proposes Tightening the Government's 'Buy American' Policy

WSJ Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 2:21


Credit Suisse is likely to publish details of the failures related to the collapse of Archegos Capital Management. Online trading platform Robinhood's initial public offering is expected to price today. At the Tokyo Olympics, U.S. gymnastics star Simone Biles pulls out of another event. Facebook, Pfizer and Boeing are set to report earnings today. Keith Collins hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Nomura Podcasts
Fireside Chats - China Insights: Targeted tightening and universal easing

Nomura Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 31:50


In this episode of our Fireside Chats series we'll be talking with Ting Lu our Chief China economist and Craig Chan our Head of Global FX Strategy on their thoughts on China's outlook and what that means for trading CNH. I'll be asking them; if China is in the midst of a slowdown, how far could it go on for? What that means for policy action down the line? And how will FX markets react to that?

The 12 Minutes for Worship Leaders Podcast
108- Tightening Worship Arrangements

The 12 Minutes for Worship Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 12:08


Tightening Worship Arrangements can be a tough thing to do.But if we are going to progress, we need to learn how to tighten the arrangements, and we can do this in a fun, exciting and unifying way.So learn how to tighten your worship arrangements in the nicest and best possible way here...

Trying to Make Sense of Markets That Don't Make Sense
Cheap Mortgages: The Fed's Plan to Drive Mortgage Rates Even Lower

Trying to Make Sense of Markets That Don't Make Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 24:19


In today's show, you will learn how the Fed could send 30-year mortgage rates down to one percent, why the Federal Funds Rate no longer matters, how Quantitative Easing and Tightening works, How overnight repurchase and reverse repurchase work, why none of them are related to each other, how building permits suggest the housing market may have peaked, and why equity valuations are too high. #BondBullish #DollarBullish #MortgageRates #ReverseRepo Have a question for the show? From time to time I answer your questions. E-mail Steve or, send him a message on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. http://stevenvanmetre.com/about/contact/ https://www.facebook.com/svmfin/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/steven-van-metre-b4a08b182/ https://twitter.com/MetreSteven https://stevenvanmetre.com/portfolio-shield/ Portfolio Shield™, and The Macro Show™, and Momentum Timer Pro™ are unregistered trademarks of Steven Van Metre Financial. Watermark Artwork by Jasmine Miller Twitter: @jazcreative The content of this video is provided as educational information only and is not intended to provide investment or other advice. This material is not to be construed as a recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell any security, financial product, instrument, or to participate in any particular trading strategy. This video was prepared by Steven Van Metre in my own personal capacity. The opinions expressed in this video are my own and do not reflect the view of Atlas Financial Advisors, Inc. or Steven Van Metre Financial.

Financial Issues
Oil And Gas Companies Face Tightening European Anti-Pollution Rules

Financial Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 94:01


RNZ: Morning Report
Covid-19: NSW progressively tightening restrictions as outbreak spreads - expert

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 7:12


A woman died in Sydney from Covid-19 at the weekend - the first virus-related death in New South Wales in 10 months. The state recorded another 77 cases yesterday, 22 of which have no known source. Premier Gladys Berejiklian expects new case numbers today will exceed a hundred 100. Victorian health authorities have ordered the effective closure of the state's border with New South Wales. The Department of Health says with case numbers continuing to increase in that state, Victorian officials are concerned about the risk of transmission beyond current red zones in Greater Sydney and its surrounds. Some critics say New South Wales' lockdown isn't hard enough. Deakin University public health expert Professor Catherine Bennett spoke to Perlina Lau.

Talking Data
#62: The Fed Shifts Toward Tightening

Talking Data

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 18:09


Welcome to the latest edition of Talking Data. Our Talking Data series seeks to offer timely insights into macro market themes along with macro data and its impact on the economy and markets. I am your host Kristen Radosh of Arbor Research and Trading. Our presenters today are Jim Bianco of Bianco Research and Ben Breitholtz of Arbor Data Science. Today Jim and Ben will give us their thoughts on yesterday's FOMC meeting. · About Inflation? · About Employment? · What does it mean for the bond market? Thank you for joining us today. As a reminder, Arbor Research & Trading is an institutional research and brokerage firm. Our two most prominent research offerings are Bianco Research & Arbor Data Science. For further information on Arbor Research, Bianco Research and Arbor Data Science, please contact Gus Handler at gus.handler@arborresearch.com or call 800-606-1872.

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, The noose is tightening around the neck of the Wuhan Virus and where it came from

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 11:00


Live from the no panic zone—In an undisclosed location—I'm Steve Gruber—God Bless America this is the Steve Gruber Show—the fastest growing conversation in the nation—and you are part of it—   Here are 3 big things you need to know right now—   Three— A black suspect is arrested after going on a hate crime shooting spree—detectives say his goal over 20 hours and shooting in 2-states—was to kill white men—   Two— The rise in wholesale prices over the past year—is a jaw dropper—and producer prices are going up even faster—at nearly 7%-- which is the most ever—and that is not good news for the rest of us—   One— The noose is tightening around the neck of the Wuhan Virus—and where it came from—   The Former CDC Director—Dr. Robert Redfield— is speaking out again about the origins of the Sars-CoV-2 – and he has been saying for more than a year—that he believed—the pandemic came from the Wuhan Institute of Virology—and he had higher clearance levels and was seeing information—that was not readily available to others—   He says Anthony Fauci and others are sticking to the idea of the virus occurring naturally—because they are stubborn— BUT to me—it is becoming ever more clear—they are sticking to the failed narrative—because they cannot admit they are wrong—and have been the whole time—   The same is true for the news media in this country—refusing to accept the idea—that they hated President Donald Trump so much—they would were willing to sell their souls if that meant he would not stay in The White House—   They lied—they cut corners—and made up stories with almost zero sourcing—and they didn't care—they still don't—the virus is reason to fear the media now as well—   If they are willing to go that far—to spin a tale—to ignore a perfectly good possibility—and place all of their trust—every bit of it—in a man—who had a financial stake in the whole thing—from investing in the Gain of Function research in Wuhan—to working with the big drug companies to create a vaccine to profit from—   Well—that is all falling apart now—isn't it?