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Benvenuti a Bank Station. Il podcast diretto da dagli analisti della City of London. Ogni mese, vi accompagneremo attraverso i trading floor e alle meeting room dei colossi di Wall Street e della City, dove l’élite della finanza mondiale si riunisce per discutere le strategie per battere il mercato. Vi trasporteremo attraverso ciò che sta accadendo nel mondo della finanza, passando per secoli di storia economica raccontando e traducendo in chiaro, per voi, le news economico finanziarie. Siam ...
 
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Siamo nel Settembre 2015 e l’allora ministro dell’economia e delle finanze peruviano, Alonso Segura Vasi, è costretto a cambiare repentinamente i suoi piani per volare a nord dell’equatore. Il motivo pare sia dovuto ad un… diciamo pettegolezzo. Un rumour, direbbero in inglese. In pochi minuti Alonso Segura è già su un jet diretto negli Stati Uniti.…
 
A lawyer who spent nearly 2 decades in the finance industry claims he was treated with racist behavior at a local bank. He went into the bank hoping to cash an insurance settlement check. He said the bank’s assistant manager not only refused to cash the check, but also accused him of stealing. And, from the KPBS Investigates podcast, the story of A…
 
Federal money has been set aside to fix the cross border sewage flows fouling local beaches, but that solution remains a long way off. And, fact checking on claims by San Diego’s Former Mayor Kevin Faulconer now Republican Recall Election Candidate. Plus, a preview of this weekend’s local arts events.…
 
State officials last year ordered the city of Coronado to plan for the construction of a lot more affordable housing. But the city is not on board with that change. Plus: A guilty plea for murder and other charges in connection with a deadly shooting at the Chabad synagogue in Poway in 2019. And 30,000 students in the Chula Vista Elementary school …
 
Cases of COVID-19 are rising, a trend that is likely due to the Delta variant, which is now the dominant strain in California. And health officials are beginning to take notice. Plus: San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria unveiled a plan he calls “Housing For All Of Us,” a San Diego DACA recipient discusses the federal judge's ruling that the program is ille…
 
The yearly count of the endangered bighorn sheep was canceled after a volunteer died due to heat stroke; so what’s next for the sheep census? Plus: remembering victims of a tragedy in San Ysidro, no-strings-attached money from the state for people in poverty and looking back at two decades of war and how some San Diego families aree not able to tur…
 
One San Diego hospital is expanding its operations to deal with more high risk pregnancies. Meanwhile, San Diego police create a special team to investigate “ghost guns.” Plus, a preview of this weekend’s local arts events.KPBS PUBLIC MEDIA による
 
With San Diego Pride Week upon us, these cultural hubs have re-opened and are again providing safe havens for many in the LGBTQ community. Meanwhile, One of California's hallmark anti-poverty programs is failing to reach hundreds of thousands of low-income residents, according to a report by the California Policy Lab. And, despite another being in …
 
California public health officials say they will now let local school districts decide how to enforce new mask rules. Meanwhile, a new state measure outlines billions of dollars towards broadband infrastructure. Plus, veterans in tiny homes.KPBS PUBLIC MEDIA による
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Stewart Killeen, who shares the following recording and notes: Excerpt from the Round Table China talk show broadcast on China Radio International at 7.419 MHz 08 July 2021 at 22:00 UTC (Dublin, Ireland) Broadcaster: China Radio International Date of recording: 7/8/2021 Starting time: 22:08 UTC Frequency: 7.419 MHz …
 
San Diego’s auditor found city departments are far behind the goals set in the 2015 Climate Action Plan, and that the city has no estimate for how much it will cost to fully implement the plan. Meanwhile, Father Joe Carroll, the legendary San Diego priest who built a nationally known nonprofit organization to help the homeless, has died at the age …
 
The newly established California task force met on Friday to define what community engagement will look like as they move forward. Meanwhile, a new citizens group claims Palomar Health violated the Brown Act in awarding a new contract to a physicians' group last month. Plus, how is San Diego doing when it comes to housing the homeless?…
 
The Delta Covid-19 variant is becoming the dominant strain in California, meanwhile research shows one dose of a two-dose covid-19 vaccine is not enough protection. Meanwhile, California regulators have fined two local nursing homes for violations relating to how they handled sexual assault allegations against a former caregiver. But the fines may …
 
The City of San Diego is outfitting eight of its rec centers, fire and police stations with solar panels and giant batteries. Meanwhile, a new law changes who investigates police shootings. Plus, San Diego Supervisor Nora Vargas talks environmental and climate justice.KPBS Public Media による
 
Housing officials are just over a week into their downtown push to connect homeless residents to shelters and housing. Meanwhile, the San Ysidro Transit Center has been inadequate for years. Now, something might be done about it. Plus, Sandbox VR gaming center opened in Mission Valley shortly before the pandemic hit. KPBS Arts reporter Beth Accoman…
 
The San Diego International Airport saw an increase in travelers over the July Fourth weekend, even with the news that the delta variant of COVID-19 has become the dominant strain in California. Meanwhile, volunteers remove trash and debris left behind at county beaches by thousands of residents and visitors who flocked to the shores for the Fourth…
 
Community advocates say Southeast San Diego is a healthcare desert. They want to see more urgent care centers available to the residents of Encanto and Valencia Park. Meanwhile, doctors are questioning the motives in Palomar Health's contract change. Plus, a group of local breast cancer survivors are helping to heal the pain associated with mastect…
 
The emergency shelter set up at the San Diego Convention Center to house unaccompanied migrant children is shutting down. Meanwhile, state prisoners who play a crucial role in fighting fires are still under strict covid-19 protocols that continue to impact their lives. Plus, a new study finds segregation in San Diego has gotten worse over the years…
 
The pandemic has revealed critical gaps in our public health care system -- a system that has long been underfunded. Many are arguing now is the time to change that funding imbalance. Meanwhile, San Diego City Councilmembers say it’s time for action on racial disparities in policing. Plus, a new study finds that San Diego has some of the most cost-…
 
The City of San Diego announced Tuesday that it’s suing to void its lease-to-own agreements in the 101 Ash Street and Civic Center Plaza building deals. The city alleges a real estate advisor in the deals received millions in undisclosed compensation. Meanwhile, San Diego has the highest death rate for people in custody at county jails. Plus, resta…
 
Officials say the new Otay Mesa East Port of Entry Project will help facilitate and bolster trade between Mexico and the US by adding a third port of entry in the San Diego region. It will also help cut down motorist wait times at the border. Meanwhile, a fourth of July fireworks show could be returning to La Jolla, if organizers can overcome legal…
 
The White House and Congress are vowing to help thousands of Afghans who face retribution for working with the American military. Some have come to the U.S. on special visas, but others are in danger of being left behind. Meanwhile, San Diego is phasing out some of its vaccination sites. Also, the number of homeless people in Downtown San Diego has…
 
Despite a moratorium on evictions in San Diego county, some landlords are still forcing renters out. Meanwhile, that moratorium is set to expire in the fall and many others could face eviction. Plus a 12-year-old in City Heights is taking it upon himself to raise awareness about poor drinking water quality in local schools. And, the San Diego Unifi…
 
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