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Welcome to Weekly Pulse. Well, we’ve finally reached the end of the season, the football season that is, and the big game is upon us.

We reflect on the Chiefs and Niners conference championship wins, and we take an early look at the Vegas odds for the Super Bowl.

I also chat one on one with legendary NFL receiver Michael Irvin. Not only does he give us his Super Bowl pick, but he also reflects on Jimmy Johnson’s career ahead of his Hall of Fame induction.

And speaking of Hall of Fame, we reflect on Derek Jeter’s career and explain why the Yankee was a shoe-in.

We also were able to sit down with one of NBA’s greats, Kobe Bryant. Find out what Kobe had to say about LeBron in our one-on-one interview.

Lastly, we talk about the lasting effects of the Larry Nassar scandal. ESPN investigative reporters John Barr and Daniel Murphy tell us about their new book, “Start by Believing”.

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  1. I am a Bitch

    25.01.2020 at 14:45

    Change the name because America football is not Foot on a ball at all so why don't you swap the names football to something else like soccer

  2. Roisma

    25.01.2020 at 14:45

    Fuckin click bait I just want to hear Kobe’s opinion instead I have to skip 10 min of shit I don’t give af about f this channel

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s brace lifted Arsenal over Everton in a five-goal thriller at the Emirates. #NBCSports #PremierLeague #Everton #Arsenal #PierreEmerickAubameyang
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The NYSE can halt trading amid stock selloffs, but we’re far from that

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The New York Stock Exchange has a backdoor safety valve it can use to freeze trading if a market sell-off turns grim, but Monday’s plunge wasn’t even close to the levels required to trigger such interventions.

Markets sank across the board Monday as investors punished risk assets after reports that the coronavirus continued to spread outside of China to near-neighbor South Korea and Europe, stoking fears that the disease could curtail global growth.

Even as the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 1,000 points and the S&P 500 slid 3.6% at their lows, each index remained well above the thresholds required to impose what NYSE calls “market-wide circuit breakers,” a set of procedures the equities and options exchanges have at their disposal to halt cross-market trading.

A cross-market trading halt can be triggered at three breaker thresholds that measure a decrease against the prior day’s closing price of the S&P 500 index.

  1. Level 1 — The first halt begins if the S&P 500 falls 7% and lasts 15 minutes.
  2. Level 2 — The second halt begins if the S&P 500 falls 13% and also lasts 15 minutes.
  3. Level 3 — The third and final halt begins if the S&P 500 falls 20% and lasts the remainder of the trading day.

To be sure, marketwide halts are rare and are usually associated with broader economic fears of recession.

The last time the NYSE imposed a Level 1 halt occurred on Dec. 1, 2008, when the S&P 500 closed down 8.9% in one of the worst trading sessions of the last 15 years. The last time the S&P 500 fell more than 13% in a single session was on Oct. 19, 1987, when the market closed down more than 20% in a day now known on Wall Street as “Black Monday.”

Regulators overhauled trade-clearing protocols and introduced the circuit breakers after that dramatic fall, meaning that U.S. investors have never seen a Level 2 or Level 3 halt.

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