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Sep 15, 2016 12:00pm EDT
states averaged a 3.5% growth rate. but after china joined the world trade organization our average growth rate has been reduce d t only 2%, manipulation which is a big one, and intellectual property theft have taken millions of jobs in wealth right out of our country. so sad we allowed this to happen. our incompetition incompetent politicians were not pay iing attention. this should have never been allowed to have happened. there is no great secret that many of the special interests funding my opponent's campaign profiting from these terrible trade deals. they are terrible. they are terrible for everybody. they advise hillary clinton, the same people who gave us nafta, china's entry into the world trade organization, the job killing trade deal with south korea, another disaster, and now the transpacific partnership that they're pushing so strongly. they just race to get comments from, have been proven long for over such a long period of time. every prediction has crashed. it has just crashed. they've been so absolutely wrong and they've been so bad for our country. wages have decli
CNBC
Dec 3, 2014 12:00pm EST
signing bills. david. >> could you provide a global perspective for us? you were recently in china. and then now being the number 2 economy in the world. us building peaceful commercial ties to them while not turning a blind eye to things that we know are issues is important. and it feels like you made some progress there with greenhouse gases and other things. then could you take a moment to talk about some of the trouble spots in the world and how you are thinking about russia and the middle east and korea and what we have to deal with there. >> good. well, let me talk about economics and then i'll talk about geopolitics. i've touched on earlier the economics and many of you have great analysts. so i'm probably not telling you anything you don't know or are not experiencing concretely in your businesses. the united states stands out as an economy that is going strong at the moment. japan is -- the consumption tax that the second phase of it that was slated to go into effect? they are pursuing fairly aggressive monetary policy but i don't know whether they are going to be able to pull
CNBC
Dec 13, 2016 12:00pm EST
well next year is -- they're in the process of ramping their fab in china, and we have tight demand in nan today. what's going to happen with intel, as they take these ssd's drives and package them together with their processors, i think they're going to have a very strong position in the pc space to be able to add content. we do think the pc market is in a secular decline, but the way they'll add content is they'll be able to package their processors with the solid state drives. that's a very interesting area that we're going to really be watching next year as well as, of course, the data center, and the data center has been a huge stronghold for them, and we expect it to continue as we move forward in 2017-2018. >> are you starting to model at all any of the trump policies in the way that you view these stocks? we could even take intel, whether it's tax policy, repat reation, things that could defectly impact some of these names? >> well, all the things that you mentioned, tax policies, repatriation will all be positive catalysts for the stock. no question about that. there's a lot o
CNBC
Jun 7, 2013 12:00pm EDT
california to meet with the president of china. but before i leave northern california, i want to take a minute to address something that's happening with the affordable care act in this state. and i wanted to meet with a group of people doing very important work on behalf of california's middle class families. these leaders, from california's governments, the california endowment and major spanish media outlets are putting together the affordable care act here in california and educating folks on how to sign up and shop for plans. their efforts have shown excellent results in the biggest insurance market in the country. there are two main things that americans need to know when it comes to the affordable care act and what it means for you. first of all, if you're one of the nearly 85% of americans who already have insurance, either through medicare or medicaid or your employer, you don't have to do a thing. you've just got a wide array of new benefits, better protections and stronger cost controls that you didn't have before. that will over time improve the quality of the insuran
CNBC
Dec 21, 2015 12:00pm EST
that his wealthy parents coddled him into a sense of irresponsibility. rescuers in china are searching for at least 991 people missing after a landslide. a mountain of soil and construction waste buried dozens of buildings at an industrial park. rescuers in indonesia are searching for dozens missing from a ferry that sank off the coast over the weekend. so far, they've pulled out 39 survivors and three dead from the water. 110 passengers and 12 crew members were on board. the faa is now requiring drone operators to register their aircraft on its website. to receive a certificate that will include an i.d. number which must be marked on the aircraft. that's the cnbc news update at this hour. back to you, scott. >> one of the country's most followed value investors is out with his 2016 forecast. joining us now to discuss it and the likely winners he sees is john rogers. he is the ceo of ariel investments. good to see you before this year wraps up. hope you've been well. >> yeah, great to be back. >> the fed moved. what does it mean? >> i think this is such a modest increase that
CNBC
Jan 14, 2013 12:00pm EST
also be a chase where china was nowhere near the ramp-up that they expect out of the gates. i really don't know. i'm not speaking to suppliers in asia and i think for investors right now this is way too difficult of a stock. it's a stock that i liked by the way. i was bullish on it at 570, at 550. but it's gotten really difficult. i think what you probably want to do is take the risk of missing a pop and buy it after earnings. let's hear the company respond. because right now, scott, they've not said a word. we also heard this same kind of thing in december, they didn't respond to that. see what they say on the call about guidance before we try to jump to conclusions and perhaps catch a falling knife. >> think you'll have to wait about ten or eleven days or so. >> right around the corner. i don't want to -- i like the company. >> stephanie, what do you do? >> the production cuts are really not that new. we've been hearing about this for a really long time. so gross margins, i've been worried about that since november that's actually why we trimmed it back in november but it's earned
CNBC
Jan 26, 2017 12:00pm EST
this. they don't care about china. they look at china as human rights abusers, so their support of trump -- he's further emboldened by this, looks at the market yesterday. so for him, it just pushes him to go further. so the market is fine. could it in a long-term basis yes. but it's not like three years. it's short-term, day-to-day. that's the score card. it's like a sports game. so it's all systems go, market goes higher. >> you're talking about the broad u.s. market. speaking with people in the emerging markets world, counterintuitively, looking at mexico and thinking this is cheap. this could be a good entry point. the currency has been hammered. how much could it go lower, this may be marking the bottom. i don't know that, but i know -- >> well, certainly been a topic of conversation on not only -- market experts. and josh has even made the argument that emerging markets are quite attractive. i don't know if you think mexico specifically, but you've made that point. >> mexico is not a huge portion of emerging market stock indices, but emerging markets in general doing better t
CNBC
Apr 27, 2015 12:00pm EDT
from china, even with the great gains that we've seen in the stock market over there. we're going to toss it out to the conference in los angeles. two big interviews with two big people today. blackstone's chairman and ceo steve schwarzman. he's sitting alongside brad sullivan. >> scott, thank you very much. steve schwarzman, runs a bunch of stuff. all of our audience knows what he does. they teased you with china, steve, welcome, thanks for joining us. i want to start with real estate. a lot may not realize you are the biggest owner of homes in the united states. what's your view? is housing still a good investment? >> housing is a good investment. its been coming back for quite some time. we're only building about half of the houses we did at the top of the last cycle. people need to be in houses as immigration continues in the united states. >> so we'd still buy. you bought at the bottom, would you put new money in housing right now? >> we still put a little bit in now. not as much, nearly, as we did at the bottom, but we're finding that the market continues to go up. for the valu
CNBC
Jan 23, 2013 12:00pm EST
smartphone market for apple mature? >> no. >> it's not? >> no, it's not. nokia is already in china and i realize apple is unlikely to be there in the first, second, or third quarters of this year. however, i think apple is going to be there. they're going to be in more emerging markets. it's going to be through a financing deal rather than the subsidies we talk about all the time on the program. still, their margins are so much better. when you look at what it takes to get into best buy and how much subsidy samsung gets versus how much apple gets. how much do they give up per $100? samsung only gets about $65 per $100. apple gets about $94 or $92 per $1,0100 $1 $100. that's huge. >> they say apple is going to get the benefit of the doubt unless it's a tremendous miss. do you buy that? >> so sure i am right now. i think fundamentals have never been any different. i think even at $700, fundamentally you could make the argument stock is cheap, they're sitting on all this cash. i think at $500, you are seeing a company that's technically has broken. that $550 level, that's where apple has
CNBC
Dec 7, 2012 12:00pm EST
the double-digit comparables for breakfasts in china and the fact they're going to have 2,000 stores. >> first of all, i think you're confusing your culinary fantasies with the stock selection. it's a 10% grower. the environment has gotten so promotional and you can't really say that the management team is great. true, thompson's been there for 22 years. new ceo, but skinner's gone. and by the way, so many ceos left on top -- they've left while they're on top because the there's no gas in the tank. that's a trade if it happens. you'll see some short covering. bottom line, too slow, too promotional. i'd put money elsewhere. >> the stock hasn't done well. >> had a phenomenal 2011. slowdown in 2012. when you look at the environment you can fully understand it. i love the skpaks. >> take a look at yum!. yum!'s u.s. sales has grown. the dollar menu is back. don't confuse higher sales against some very, very reports and we've got a low bar with profitability. it won't be there. >> profitability comes from breakfast. they're killing them in china. >> i'm going to look at the valuation for m
CNBC
Apr 10, 2014 12:00pm EDT
. so that's the positive. the negative is overnight we got really bad china date that, really bad. but much worse than expected. and then we got really good initial claims numbers, right? so i think that we're trying to digest all of this in the face of right ahead of very important earnings tomorrow. that, i think, will be the real driver, when we get jpmorgan and wells fargo. >> it was a pretender's rally yesterday? the best move would have been, if you're still negative on this market, sell into that strength. >> right. >> and those who didn't do it are paying the price today. >> or if you're not negative, you still sell into the strength, because you're finding yourself in this range. we pushed all the way up close to the 1,880 level yesterday. volatility came out of the markets, got back underneath 14 last night. the mo-mo names, i'm not convinced it's time to put the stake in the ground and say these are ready to go up consistently. you look at what's been performing, it's still the big-cap names. stick with those names and you'll be fine. look at cat, deere, microsoft, intel, he
CNBC
May 8, 2012 12:00pm EDT
shaped there. you throw on top of it a china, even though we would kill for half of their growth, is slowing, probably by their own hand. they're still the best capitalists in the world. you put all those things together, and it doesn't auguer well for us going forward. >> here's what i'd counter with. what greece is going to give you versus what the politicians are saying now is the road map for the exit from the euro. that's what all the journalists are writing about now. i believe that's exactly what's going to happen. that's a road map that doesn't exist up until now because there was no way to force you out of the euro or for you to opt out of the euro. i think greece is going to do, once they have that road map. to dennis' point about uncertainty, it will be pretty darn certain how you get somebody out in the future and what the consequences are. i don't think anybody else is going to want that, michelle. >> so we have half of the eurozone, john. we basically have three, four, five, or six eurozone countries just wal owing in their own sub-mediocre economies. then what happens?
CNBC
Apr 23, 2013 12:00pm EDT
. the german economic numbers showing recession. china pulling back. that's not where it is. where it is now is people believe that dragee will come out and ease as opposed to to the balance heat h rinking and that will cure everything. it may. you have to go with it but be extremely careful about the sector you're in. i like financials. with spanish and italian yields coming down, spanish banks shorted, i think financials will continue. you've got to be in defensive stocks, not commodities or in the deep cyclicals this my view. >> anthony, we mentioned the great view on the hedge fund community, how the big money is thinking about the market. how do you feel? >> it's a liquidity driven bull market. >> but the events of last week don't change your outlook for the investing environment for the near term? >> they don't. the half full market climbing a wall of worry will continue to go on. the biggest issue the market will face is that loan growth in the united states and europe is not where you would like it to be at this point in a recovery. without loan growth in small businesses, medium
CNBC
Sep 25, 2015 12:00pm EDT
president of the united states and china's president xi jinping will meet in the rose garden for that joint news conference. we'll take you there live as the leaders of the two most powerful economies meet reporters with many important issues on the table today. cyber security, the theft of intellectual property, hack, and the threat of u.s. sanctions as well. our chief international correspondent michelle caruso cabrera is on the north lawn for us today. michelle, this visit may have brought the typical pomp and sick. we saw some of that this morning. as the washington post put it today, the romance between these two is all but debted. a nod, of course, to the many contentious issues that we've highlighted and have to be dealt with today. >> there's a long list of them, aren't there, when it comes to whether it's a situation with the expansion of the islands in the south china seas, whether it's cyber security, and whether or not there is any hopes of them coming to some kind of cyber accord the equivalent of, say, the nuclear accords that we used to talk about during the cold war. n
CNBC
Jan 16, 2015 12:00pm EST
and forcing them to negotiate in a serious way. the p-5 plus 1s include not only china, but also includes russia, and they have continued to cooperate with us in setting forth positions that would give us assurances that iran was not developing a nuclear weapon. now, i've always said that the chances that we can actually get a diplomatic deal are probably less than 50-50. iran is a regime that is deeply suspicious of the west, deeply suspicious of us. in the serupticiously. we have huge difference with them on a whole range of issues, but if, in fact, we still have an opportunity to get a diplomatic deal that provides us verifiable assurances that they are not developing a nuclear weapon, that is the best possible wrout come that we can arrive at right now. the question i have for members of congress, including those folks in my own party is why is it that we would have to take actions that might jeopardize the possibility of getting a deal over the next 60 to 90 days? what is it precisely that is going to be accomplished? i think david shaurz my assessment. under the interim dea
CNBC
Jun 14, 2016 12:00pm EDT
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CNBC
Apr 2, 2012 12:00pm EDT
the day now on this the first trading day. positive u.s. data and surprising data out of china. we'll talk about that in a bit. look at major averages here. dow industrials good for 61. s&p and nasdaq in positive territory. gold and oil always on our 90s. gold is higher by three-quarters of 1%. crude oil as well into the green today. let's get to the stop stories we're following on the halftime show. apples prices. apple fever continuing to grip the street. decoding china data. which numbers should you believe and what should you trade? we we will break down confusing data and we're consulting the stock traders almanac in running through the biggest risks to watch out for in the second quarter. welcome to the "fast money" halftime report. lots to trade. let's start doing it with apple holding well above 600 bucks. analysts in a race to ratchet up price target. what's the next catalyst for this stock? >> earnings. we need to know how many ipads they are exactly selling. last week we had analysts suggesting they are not selling as much as they are. apple in price action today is
CNBC
Oct 15, 2013 12:00pm EDT
-- think about it as a portfolio. the people's bank of china has roughly $3.5 trillion in assets. supposedly, according to the u.s. treasury, they own $1.4 trillion worth of our debt. >> right. >> so they have 32% of their portfolio tied up in this particular instrument, you know, which is run by a management, which is totally, you know -- >> i gotcha. >> -- off the charts in terms of its ability. >> i'm surrounded by a bunch of traders. steve liesman, collectively shaking their head at this argument, and i'll let him tell you why. joe terranova? >> listen, dick, i followed you a long time, and the conspy theory, it's disingenuous to come out there with such type of speculation. you know, the concern really to me is what's going on with the financial institutions. what are you seein earnings? ultimately, for the investors at home, that's the best message you could deliver. the rest will force them to do things to their portfolio they shouldn't be doing. >> well, what the financial institution numbers are showing you for the three big banks that have come out is that if this econo
CNBC
Sep 6, 2012 12:00pm EDT
states, germany, france, united states, china, japan, they will all kick in and do what they have to do to kick the can down the road. i think that's what's happening. we're not solving the problem. we're dealing with it and kicking it down the road. the third area i think would make a big difference and not to get involved in politics about as difficult to talk about as abortion but i think a romney victory would put the market above the range where we are at presently and i am kind of thinking if i had to handicap it if a romney victory, let me just say that the significance of an event for the market is very much a function of where the market is when the event occurs. i say from the roughly 1400 area a romney victory would add 100 points to the s&p and an obama victory would probably be maybe a 50-point decline. i think it is very important. we're at a crucial point in economic history of the country and i think what happens in november is very important. >> tom lee of j.p. morgan was on one of the earlier programs this morning talk in the same measure on what a romney victory wo
CNBC
Mar 9, 2017 12:00pm EST
in fighting isis. >>> china defending its handling of 38 trademarks it recently approved for president trump, saying it followed the law in processing those applications, which some experts viewed as unusually quick. trump has struggled sometimes with trademarks from china. >>> gerber has issued an egg allergy alert for one of its products. it includes all packages of his cheese ravoli pasta pickups. only customers with a sensitive or allergy to egg are at risk. >>> and a later blooming period for today's cherry blossom season because of below average temperatures forecast for the weekend. last week, peak bloom will take place between the 19th and 21nd. make your travel plans. it's beautiful. now down to brian sullivan for what's coming up on "power lunch." he's in houston. hey, brian. >> yeah, we're going to put the lunch back in "power lunch." we're here at grotto in houston. he's going to join us the entire two hours. this is a big news day and we have got you covered with an amazing guest lineup. big ban berden will talk about the $48 handle for the price of oil. we have
CNBC
Oct 23, 2014 12:00pm EDT
those unless you go to full blown recession across europe and china. the chinese numbers have been good this week. european numbers much better today steph than we were expecting. i think those are both positives you could hang youp hat on. >> i think we need a few more data points ab europe to begin with. i'm not convinced we're out of the woonds europe. >> my point. >> that could be the reason to see a pull back but i will say that earnings and listening to companies and saying they can handle a bad europe because europe is bad. >> last i checked draghi didn't do anything yet. >> earnings are good. and when they look for the right reasons and we see a day like yesterday where oil turned at noon to the end of the day and flushed out two dollars a different kettle all together that. type of thing could bring us down again. i don't see that happening but those margin calls are very dangerous. >> dominick chu. a lot of of people give credit to caterpillar. >> one of the most heavily weighted in the dow. accounting for a good change of the gains today. caterpillar posting blow out ear
CNBC
Jun 11, 2012 12:00pm EDT
recession in the u.s. >>> trading china. should you be buying the dip? john rutledge of rutledge appal joins us on the take. >>> waiting on apple's next big thing. one hour left to trade the stock ahead of the big developers conference. ke welcome. >> joe terranova. i'm watching financials. >> i'm watching 1335 in the s&p cash as well as gold. >> i'm steve cortez. i'm watching italy. >> jon najarian. i'm watching ni vid ya and verizon because of the worldwide developers conference. >> all right. joining us for the full hour is our very special guest, jim rogers. a renowned international investor. chairman of rogers holdings. he is an outspoken bull on commodities in asia earlier in his career. he also co-founded the quantum fund with george soros. you're putting us to sartorial shame with that summer suit today. >> i live in the tropic. just got off a plane from china. here i am. >> we heard from the traders. what's the most important thing you're watching today. >> i'm watching the whole world. i'm very worried about what's happening with central banks. central banks are printing a lo
CNBC
Dec 29, 2015 12:00pm EST
. that was based on a lot of lackluster clarity around china. >> the stock is trading where it was after that earnings report. that's the opportunity that we're looking for. in the meantime, the financials and the valuations are very compelling. it has $21 billion of net cash and 75 million dollar market cap. that net market cap of $54 billion is roughly ten times this coming year's earnings estimates, which should be a trough. i see a screaming value there. >> do you agree or disagree? >> i agree. i think this one has -- they've taken their focus off of really what got them to where they were with many of the basically new areas that they tried to extend into. i think that has proved to be a mistake as far as the strategy for them. getting back to their knitting and focussing, i think, jim, is exactly right. this is what is going to lift this stock in 2016. >> getting back to their knitting. thank you very much. our respondent's exhibit hedge fund insider, meantime, steve weiss is, tracking the so-called smart money's moves. i don't really like that term smart moans. quite frankly
CNBC
Nov 11, 2015 12:00pm EST
any of the numbers coming out of china 100%. then getting to a little more microlevel, i think alibaba specifically there are some trust issues in terms of sell side firms here in the united states, and what all xwraub is putting out. i also think that there's an institutional issue with the vie structure in general. it's not really the same as buying other internet common stocks. >> request each happy to be in because i do think that the stock is over penalized because of the trust issues. >> inevitably we always compare it to amazon. which is a better stock bet right now? joe, what do you think? >> amazon. i think amazon mreelgts. i think what are you seeing in terms of revenue growth, 23% plus year on year, 20% quarter on quarter, the ability, the investment that they've had in infrastructure, logistics. the web. i think it's all playing out in their favor right now. technically it looks absolutely sensational. >> the price structure $800 a share. >> 830% this year. >> another $50 to the up side. i think a lot of what you are talking about, i still think with ceos around the
CNBC
Sep 5, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. should you be buying? and china, correction or crash? a dire prediction for that country's economy and stock market. and what it means to your investments. we're trading all of the big movers today with pete najarian, john najarian, simon baker and steve grasso. our top story the market's moment of truth. investors bracing for big news from draghi, bernanke, on friday's jobs report. pete najarian the next seven days could very well decide whether this market takes a leg up, a leg down, how do you see it? are you as bullish as you've been? >> i continue to be bullish and here is why. when i look at the volatility index we remain on the lower end. yesterday we did move up toward the 19 level. we pulled off of that level. we continue to see the financials trade very, very nicely. you look at the xlf. it remains well above the 15 level. financials stayed strong. pharmaceuticals remain strong. obviously you look at the nasdaq itself. specifically you look toward apple. that has remained strong. so there's a lot of reasons for why i have remained optimistic, but primarily it is that vola
CNBC
Sep 24, 2014 12:00pm EDT
flawed. the market is looking good. the fundamentals are good. china means nothing to us. it is not a big trading partner so little impact. but i disagree on earnings. i think earnings are going to be strong again and we'll see revenue growth again which we haven't seen for the prior five years absent last quarter. >> here's goldman sachs note today. asia in focus. the head line, lower speed limit for chinese growth. >> chinese is our third largest trading partner. 122 billion in '13. and of that about 30% from agricultural products which aren't economically sensitive. nor is a lot of the other products we use economically sensitive. if they stop buying as much copper or coal as they announced you will see commodity input prices come down and that will be positive for consumers here. >> are they bullish, too billionibillion bullish enough? >> you have had bears in the last month. most if not all except for one of the main strategist have an s&p target for years end that is higher than the s&p sits today. >> so the one saving grace to the fact there might be too much bullishness out th
CNBC
Dec 21, 2016 12:00pm EST
based on energy, and i'm not bullish on energy. a lot of them, you know, china -- i could be pretty bullish on china because the point is they're cheap. people have kind of loved to hate this -- the chinese thing, and i think that is attractive to me. i just -- it's hard for me to get my head around it when i think generally the u.s. and maybe it's a safety play. i think the u.s. earnings will be up a little more than most people have expected, and i believed it will get a little multiple expansion. it's hard for me to diverge on things i don't know things well. they have company issues, currency issues. it's hard for me to dive into that. that's my opinion. >> i appreciate your time as always. thanks for spending a good chunk of your day with us. >> what do you think of -- he is adding to financials after what's been an amazing run, and the health care. interesting spin on health care. taking on the issue of drug prices but making the argument it's a smaller piece of the overall pie than maybe the market has given that issue credit for. over the last year minimum. >> i sort of push
CNBC
Dec 5, 2016 12:00pm EST
the u.s., in terms of trump's policies, i think what he has done with china -- it may not be the way that i want to, but we had that conversation. when they put that policy in, don't talk to taiwan. 40 years ago china wasn't quite a back water, but it wasn't an economic super power that it is now. i'm glad that he did it. in terms of what he is doing with carrier, all he is saying is he is not freezing globalization. he is saying that if you want to sell back into the u.s., you better keep your factory here or it's going to be taxed. he is not saying if you want -- if you are a u.s. company who wants to sell your goods overseas, don't build a factory there. it's very clear. i think it's great there's a resetting. there's a $60 billion deficit since nafta with mexico. >> yet, you are not naive to the risks that are out there, right? the trump policies are obviously at this point unproven. they haven't even been passed. >> right. a few things i want to say. the underlying trend, it's not like it started with trump. the underlying trend, if you look at a market rotation into value,
CNBC
Mar 22, 2012 12:00pm EDT
he's taking advantage[# the pullbacks in thei] commodities d the china-related plays. >> and gifts to my children. >> yes. exactly. >> we hit noontime. thank you &e much for watching us collectively over the last three hours.xd "the halftime fast money report" begins right now. >>> four hours to go=/% untilt( close. busy day aross the board onfá wl street. red arrows. dow industrials down. a loss of 77ñr points. three quartersqoft( 1% is the decline for the s&p 500. nasdaqjf is in the red, as well. watching crude oil and gold ast we always do. both down, both sharply t(lower. crude oil downoff. fast five.  following rightt( now on the halftime show. china jfslowdown threat. talking to two q actually happening on the ground. hotter than apple. trading a hot tech stock that's outperforming apple and has a higher share price. still loving it. changes at the top at mcdonald's but shareholders still like the stock. gaming lion's gate. analysts downgrading the company after a 78% "hunger games" surge. pipeline fast track. oil trade on obama's keystone comments. >>> welcome to the "fa
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Jul 9, 2015 12:00pm EDT
from what's taking place in china. big gains there. things have been completely unsettled. if that's the way of the world these days, i guess this is the kind of volatility we're going to have to live with for a little while at least. >> it's not out of character for this time of year, we've had some slippery summers. you remember the taper tantrum took place june, fixed itself by july. last summer wasn't a picnic, the biotech sector selloff about 20% from its high and spook a the love investors with speculative names. we average a 10% correction in the s&p, roughly every year in and a quarter. it's not totally shocking that we seem to be wanting a correction. i would tell you a burst of enthusiasm today, doesn't mean anything, we could be back into headline hell tomorrow. think the message is just get used to it it's okay. nothing wrong with volatility in a market. >> maybe we're going to get out of the shadow so to speak of what's taking place over in china. there's like zero correlation between what the chinese market does and what our markets do here at home. did we have some gig
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May 6, 2016 12:00pm EDT
over altogether, and the data out of china is not good, and the jobs report, and wondering what the fed is going to do in light of the internals inside of the jobs report which is not so bad. the average hourly earnings were up. >> yes, it is going to be choppy, i think as we get through the earnings, and the you focus on the macro data, and we are all going to be focused on it, and it needs to be better for the market to do bet ter. and here is the thing about the jobs to average the last six months averaging 220,000 jobs which is compared to last year of 20 -- 2015 of 229,000 jobs, and if we see it slow down, okay, we have to watch it, but we should not overreact. and the earnings number was the encouraging part of the report, and that is why gold is continuing to go up, and the reason why i think that the bond market actually are reversed because the people are thinking that they have more inflation in the system, and the cyclicals continue to lead and even in the choppy market, and they are leading and outperforming relative to defensives. >> and doc, jim cramer has what is a clorox
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Jan 21, 2016 12:00pm EST
china and it's understating. not overstating. they're overstating -- >> what about the affect on the u.s. economy? those are overstating. >> they overstated relative the impact to us, but that's been a debt-fueled binge. their debt has people think that it's as bad or worse -- >> the idea of trying to put some form of logic on it, which has a guy who believes in markets, to see the market go down 570 points yesterday, and then come back on no news at all to be down 250 and call that a victory and somehow say there's fundamental logic behind the trading of the market and not -- >> it's not about -- >> high frequency trading. >> it not about the fundamental logic. it's about the names, some solid names that, shouldn'ts be getting pushed out are getting pulled down. what really led us yesterday, steve? names like nike. we know what nike is able to do. names like microsoft. solid fundamental companies. along with some of the dash for trash. >> it's a vacuum. the buy backs from corporations are not there. there's no information. there's no earnings yet. volatility is when money is made. >
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Apr 6, 2016 12:00pm EDT
india. they do it in china. they do it in cuba. our ceo's have to worry about the rule of law when it comes to transacting business. that's a scary thing. >> i bought options and same reasons i'm looking at the stock. you never know are you right or wrong? so i bought a little bit of time along with i but when he's talking about the 7 different segments and their leaders and he talked about 70 mid states or late states and what a pipeline and oh by the way they get 40 billion on the teva deal as well so they're going to have cash and be able to keep using the stock itself. there's going to be acquisitions for the company. >> you're staying at such. and over the last couple of days still continue to do something. >> that stock is soaring today on the heels of bill ackman's call with investors moments ago after posting a record quarter loss. and listening in and has the very latest. and regain most of his investment value overtime. and hedge fund manager lost about a billion dollars since activities can first took a state in the drug company last march. now otolaryngologylining three
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Jun 25, 2012 12:00pm EDT
rocketed higher in the last 4 5 minutes or so. up 3%. growth slowing. rutledge outlook on china. zynga, beyond facebook, is it more than double. the analyst says the company will unveil bullish clues for growth tomorrow. unhealthy, uncertainty. no word from the supreme court on health care today but trading ahead of the news with manager of t. rowe price's health sciences fund. welcome to the halftime report. lots to trade today. the selloff we're seeing in stocks. continued concerns about slowing growth on europe, elsewhere as well dragging conseo on sentime. financials are down not only in europe but here as well. >> we're seeing a big pop out of the vehicle. volatility metric for s&p 500, 3 points to the upside, an 18% move back to the up side. but futures are not moving like that. >> let me just get to you hold your thought for a second, bring everybody to attention to look at the headline at the bottom of our screen now. the greek finance minister to resign. that is reuters quoting the prime minister's office over in greece. so we'll continue to follow that story. but that clearly
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Oct 8, 2015 12:00pm EDT
others what's going on in china to see if this rally will continue. >> where hasn't apple participated spshgs what's the message to the investors? >> right. that's been a huge disappointment. i mean, joy is talking about energy, and, yes, we had incredible amounts of energy. paper coming into last week. late last week. even into the beginning part of this week. we have not seen paper really in a bullish way coming in towards some of these names like an apple. apple just seems to struggle each and every day. i guess what they're waiting for is the proof will be in the pudding. yesterday we had an analyst on talking about apple. could be $100 stock or it could be $150 stock. tony was talking about apple, and he was saying, hey, look, it all depends on how well this phone really is the adoption cycle of the new phone. how well is that going? if it's strong, stocks will sprint to the up side. if it's weak, we're seeing something below $100 a share. that seems to be what everybody is waiting on right now. it seems to me that up side seems to be much greater, though, than the $1
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Jul 10, 2015 12:00pm EDT
market rally. take a look at market gains, more than 1%. it's as if greece and china never happened. does this make sense to you, jim lebenthal? >> this makes sense for today, i don't know if it will make sense for next week. up big one day, down big the next day. the reason why, there's too much out there greece may be solved. i'm a little suspicious. we've still got china, it's not just the stock market. it's the rate of growth of their economy. we've got a federal reserve that's looking at the first interest rate hike in over, in about a decade. these are all things that are going to keep the markets very volatile. think it's time to pick your spots, have some dry powder. we picked our spot and bought a little bit of qualcomm. find your favorite stock, set a price target and hold on. >> prior to the concerns about china, first the broader markets, josh, the bulls are going to be excited about the rallies we're seeing across the board. you dig deeper and look at the snap-backs in some of the pockets hit hardest, they're not near back. >> one of the hallmarks of a trendless market or a m
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Apr 9, 2015 12:00pm EDT
what's been happening in china and hong kong in the past two months. the asia focus etfs, fxi is up about 19% and the ewh is up more than 10%. should you get in now? one of the dilemmas that faces homeowners. should you rush to pay off your mortgage before you retire in key question for baby boomers and our sharon epperson says it may not be your best financial move. would you let your life insurance company track your every move if it meant you would get a discount on your policy. the man behind the plan will join us. scott, back to you. >> thanks so much. oil prices rebounding today after diving 6% yesterday on higher than expected inventories and record saudi out put. everyone wants to know how long oil prices will remain under pressure. we are continuing our energy summit this week and welcome in john dowd, four-star energy fund manager at fidelity beating more than 90% of his peers over the last five years. welcome. >> good to be here. >> you must have an opinion on whether you think we've put in a bottom or near a bottom or about to retest some lows or find new ones? >> so i'm
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Jan 2, 2015 1:00pm EST
staying under pressure. we've got the weak china pmi number and concerns from global demand. i do also want to give you an update on the condition of king abdullah of saudi arabia. a statement reported by nbc news that the king did have a checkup. they did discover pneumonia. they inserted a breathing tube but it was successful. that's where we stand at the moment. a lot of the news we get from king abdullah and the saudi arabia situation is from state tv. we're monitoring that. i want to mention gas prices as well continuing to fall. the national average far gallon of regular according to aaa today, $2.23. remember, just a month ago we were at $2.76. really staggering. back to you. >> all right. thank you so much. >>> let's get back to the markets here. we've got stocks sliding on the first day of trade in 2015. but our market strategist has been very bullish for the year ahead. guys, great to have you on the program. let's get to those bullish predictions. i'm not kidding when i said that gene is looking for 21,500 for the dow. minimum of getting to 20,000. what's going to drive us t
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Sep 14, 2017 12:00pm EDT
dropping the hammer, president trump is blocking china's move to buy lattice semiconductor. it comes at a sensitive time for u.s./china relations are other deals now in jeopardy? plus, cbs'
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Oct 14, 2013 12:00pm EDT
dollar what china's tough talk about the u.s. means to your money and how to trade the rising rhetoric. >>> box top is netflix's reported plan to conquer your living room to keep the stock on the record run? our top story, no deal, day 14 of the shutdown with the markets showing only a touch of optimism on display at the end of last week. stocks way off their lows. but the deadline gets closer, is it safe to bet on a resolution? it is "halftime". right to john harwood with the latest. the stock market, as i said, coming way off the lows in anticipation perhaps of the meeting later in the day between the president and congressional leaders. >> reporter: there's no deal but they are closing the gap. i've been speaking with aides to harry reid and mitch mcconnell. let me bring you up to date on what their offers are. what harry reid is seek in his talks with mitch mcconnell are a two-month extension of government funding to reopen the government that would allow democrats then to renegotiate changes to the sequester levels. he wants a six-month rise in the debt ceiling to ease po
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Feb 8, 2016 12:00pm EST
goes on. goldman, jpmorgan, citi, what stops the madness? >> the european banks. we look to china, and last week nothing but pmis and then all of a sudden went back to europe and 52-week low. one after the other. deutsche bank, look where that stock hit again. new lows again today. we had all the put buying last week. morgan stanley late last week, thursday-friday, brought to the wood shed, as well. scott, i think what's going to actually help the banks or maybe start to stop some of this slide to the down side, if something is done in europe that gives them the trigger. but until we see that, i think you've got to expect to see our banks following along with the european banks, just like oil, volatility all over the things we talk about all of the time. last week that volatility index, we almost got there under 50. >> where are we today? about 26. >> 26. we were at 1970 last week, a 50-day moving average and now up 70 again. that has not broken. the volatility en detection did push down but now take a look today at seven points higher. >> so you don't look at any of these stocks
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Dec 20, 2012 12:00pm EST
and i would argue in a better position to handle a fiscal cliff problem. then you also have china that we talked about. i thinks that really what's going on in under lying market. >> bill ackman is laying out his short case against herbal life. >> are we into hour two and a half now? >> we're well into hour three. >> ackman is back up as it were. >> it not terribly unusual for ackman. there's a lot of history about looking at what is a pyramid scheme, et cetera. the up shot that herbalife is a pyramid scream and should be treated like one. here's how ackman speaking about an hour ago described it. >> i believe herballife products general dili do what they say they're going to do. the problem is you're commodities. but key to all of these of these games is deception. you have to skrons unwitting participants this is really an attractive opportunity. >> not a great quality of video but you do see him speaking of hits own words. and it was ackman and it would have his associates who walked through this thesis in great detail. sold at a deep discount, making claims about its sales fig
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Mar 1, 2013 12:00pm EST
disappointing data from around the globe, whether it's europe and china. >> you mentioned the word irrelevant. i wouldn't say this is irrelevant. but the president addressed apocalyptic. it's not. this is something we talked about weeks, he talked about maybe a month, maybe even months. is it going to be surgical, as they've talked about. some of the cuts, can they do that surgically? if they can, i think right now the market's read is they believe that that's how it can get done. that's why i think you're seeing the markets move to the upside and you're seeing a lot of strength in a variety of different sectors right now. >> what's the play going into the weekend. >> who knows what conversation is going to take place behind the curtains on the weekend. how do you play it? >> it won't matter. again, the sequester is not a big deal. this was all about political theater, folks. i think most of us -- that's the reason the markets have dismissed it today and have turned 130 points north of where they were, the dow jones industrials is because this is just political theater. what i thou
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Nov 8, 2012 12:00pm EST
we're following today. changing of the guard and what does regime change in china did for your money? forget the thrilla in manila, they square off yet again and apple's bear market and the stock sliding and should you be buying? a bull/bear debate, and our top story is the market. stocks lower yet again following yesterday's plunge and here's where we stand on wall street right now. take a look at the dow industrials down by 18 points and s&p and nasdaq following suit so how should you be trading the sell-off today, steve weiss, you're up first. >> here's how i'm trading. i'm really doing nothing. i had taken some exposure. i've got a lot of cash. i'm very, very concerned about the market because we didn't move higher today. we didn't hold onto it at the initial push so to me, selling off the way we did yesterday and then following through to someec tent today and i recognize training day is not over, is a very troubling sign. so i don't want to be very exposed to the market and go through the negotiations that are going to go -- that they're going to go through in washington.
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Mar 27, 2012 12:00pm EDT
what's happening in china. >> i'll take that one. that's one i do own for some clients. the whole story is china, kfc in china, chicken is a big deal. that growth will continue for foreseeable future frankly. >> starbucks, pete? >> i'll take it. i love it. i long this name. it continues to go to the upside. they've shown us growth. the fact they're getting into the energy market as well. they cant to expand and continue to find ways to make money as a company. clearly until we start to see gasoline prices really affect the consumer i think starbucks can continue to perform. >> and, pete, let me add to that. with starbucks and their input prices are coming down. that's also going to be a tail wind for them. >> let me take chipolte and give to right to cortes. that's a stock that's really move. you're trading it a times. steve, why wouldn't you short that, or maybe you are? >> chipolte is not what i watch. sink answer there. i don't pay attention to it. >> let's take home depot, the stock has moved allot with the home builders. who thinks it's going to go higher from here? somebody jump i
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Jun 5, 2012 12:00pm EDT
what is happening lately is we've had a shift in purchases from the east and with china's numbers being fairly weak, you don't have the reserves right now to do those purchases. the same can be true of india and other gold purchasers. i think it's probably off the table. central bank sales or purchases. >> given that you're so cautious, where do you foresee the markets heading from here? we had essentially a 10% correction. how much lower do you think we go? >> i think if you have the worst case situation which is a failed option or essentially the germans walk ago way from the table which is very likely in my view, can you see the markets in north america drop 25% from here. en that could be the catalyst for a great rally. i wouldn't disagree with the other guests saying that market is cheap. it could get a whole lot cheaper. you want to be in cash and dividend paying stocks that pay to wait and particularly in the regulated names that are not impact wld the economy up is, down, or side ways. >> can you give me names that you're specifically talking about? we've been talking real
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Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
he did not label china a currency manipulator. >> it's something to pay attention to when the treasury secretary and president sometimes have different views. >> who you listen to. >> great stuff. thank you so much. over to headquarters and the half. >>> and welcome to the halftime report. scott walker will be back week. your top trades this hour. the rally versus the red flags. nasdaq at record highs. small caps on pace for their weakest of the year, but another well-known billionaire investor sounding the alarm. with us for the entire hour, josh, stephanie, john and kate, chief ek quity strategist at blackrock as well. the market comments come from paul tudor jones. he joins a chorus who have also raised concerns about this rally. john, are you worried? is he right sfl. >> well, i think there are reasons to be worried. and that is a lot to do with what has not happened with the administration. i mean, sarah, just in the last segment that led swoo us, was talking about hout we're not seeing and not feeling the lift that we expected at some point, even though many of us have s
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Mar 24, 2017 12:00pm EDT
? >> india, china, i would even throw brazil in there. >> wow. >> three-fourths of the brics. >> not russia. >> i'm nervous about china. you know, i don't know if growth is going to be 6%. they manipulate their currency. >> and maybe the data. >> and the data. they've done infrastructure already. they've done housing. i'm really concerned about the numbers that we might see out of china. >> i was out there just four weeks ago and i was surprised by how upbeat the local investor -- the data wing, does explain one part of the equation, but you've got to think also, what is the fed doing and the dollar doing? these things are not he had winds. it could unlock value. >> good macro discussion there, that maybe that's all that's happening in d.c., while important to a lot of people, is not the most important thing to our viewers and their money. which is probably a good thing. gene todd, great to see you. carrie firestone, thank you. >> thank you. >>> all right, next up, pete is tracking unusual activity in one energy stock, up 24%, over the past year. his bullish bet on it, next. >>> plus
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Jul 20, 2012 12:00pm EDT
there. china, obviously slower. india, also slower. so this affects everyone. no one can really escape from that. >> it seems like when you look at the numbers, processing is bad. >> maybe even a little more specialized on the mobile side, can you widdle down what spaces or sectors, to as tight as you can, are the troubled spots? >> part of the trouble spots is that you have big launches. if we take one of the names that we like, microsoft, they probably have the most important product launch since 1994 when they launched windows 8. windows 8 introduces touch to the pc. you can do that with your smartphones now, with your tablets now, but you couldn't do it with your pc. that's coming up. why would anyone want to buy a portable in front of that? you're going to want to wait. that comes out in october. that makes the pc market pretty tough. the problem here is that the iphone 5 is coming out in the october time period and probably have a new smaller tablet. so demand is going to grow in front of that as people wait. these are specific things that make the near term look tough for a coup
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Apr 12, 2013 12:00pm EDT
mining business has left them. they have come out of china. they have lots of issues. they really have control of their game at this point in time. i would avoid the stock. >> i don't know if i like the kinder, gentler weis. is it just me? >> new 52 week high. and traders are -- do you make the rotation trade out of pfizer into merk? i don't think you do. eli lily, that's the name in farm ma that i would stay with. >> and dr. jay? >> this was one we used for the portfolio example. i like the stock . pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. celebrex can be taken with or without food. and it's not a narcotic. you and your doctor should balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning. they all may increase the chance of heart attack or stroke, which can lead to death. this chance inc
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