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Sep 30, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. first we go to cnbc on how china is stamping out any attention from the protests on the mainland. >> reporter: beijing authorities are taking more aggressive steps to try to clamp down on the conversations here about the hong kong protests and have been vetting the chinese internet and blocking instagram and censoring social media apps and also today they decided to blackout tv networks including cnbc. all of this is done so that the beijing government can control the information about the hong kong protests and control the way they're presented to the chinese public. the state media has been focusing on the costs of the protests to hong kong. many of those reports are focusing on how schools have been closed or how offices have been heavily inconvenienced and reports about how the hong kong markets have fallen and that investment sentiment world wide has been shaken. the beijing authorities are facing a tough challenge with hong kong. if they decide to back down on this issue they can be perceived as weak by others in the government apparatus or emboldened around the country. if
CNBC
Dec 3, 2014 1:00pm EST
about our competition with china. and he said at one point i would much rather have our problems, thorny though they may be than the problems china has at the same time pointing out that china has been able to invest billions of dollars in its infrastructure. he still thinks ours is better but that they are narrowing the gap and that in the long term is worrisome. >> there are several interesting points there. he said his relationship with vladimir putin was blunt but business like. he suggested the relationship wasn't the problem. obviously the president has not been able to bend russia in the west direction on issues regarding ukraine. on china he talked about how china was slowing down to 7% growth and said we would take that over here but gave the reason for that as china rebalancing its economy to try to build up its middle class which is something u.s. policy has encouraged. all in all i think the president as he discussed economic developments around the world was able to say something that these corporate leaders well understand which is that in relative terms the u.s. ec
CNBC
Sep 12, 2017 1:00pm EDT
talent between us and china. really historically, they have always been behind us when it comes to tech >> we ignore chinese ai at our own peril. on the streets when visiting universities in beijing, the ten cent are close, if not equal to our very best ai companies alphabet, facebook, apple, amazon there is an arms race, but also an arms race for start-up talent it's like being an nfl quarterback prospect a great ai developer today is being identified, sophomore year, junior year in college and receiving an nfl-like quarterback contract >> we want to listen in just a little bit this is a super important guy when it comes to private equity. >> i have been on a 25 year, this is our 25th anniversary, i have been on a 25 year jour ane to go back and look across products to find opportunities we started in big buyouts because in the age of beta, that was an interesting place to be but, i think we are in a very different age now and we were lucky enough to set up the firm in san francisco at a particular moment and we have strong views as to what you have to be doing at this moment >> why is
CNBC
Aug 29, 2017 1:00pm EDT
southern china with blankets and emergency supplies a landslide on monday buried dozens of homes in china three people killed and 32 people are missing >>> the 18-year-old daniel borden appears in court, he beat a man to death he will appear in court again in 30 days. >>> that's the news update at this hour, melissa, back over to you. >> texas regional bank is getting hit today as flooding continues with more rain expected in the next few days. commercial real estate and products will hit some of these names. michael rose, it is great to have you with us >> who has the most exposure and what sort of product lines and business lines are most at risk in your view >> so what we do is we publish for last night looking at a deposit standpoint, who has the greatest exposure? it is hard to tell long disposu exposures. >> clearly, there are other banks on a dollar basis are going to have substantial loans impact >> i would imagine, that business is not operational and it may not make it or consumers got mortgages on homes that may no longer have nearly the value as the mortgage was taken out. are
CNBC
Sep 12, 2012 1:00pm EDT
wireless standard in china which will provide opportunities for apple to sell the iphone in to china mobile some time in the future. >> how concerned are you about the intervention of the chinese government and the degree to which they could slow what is clearly an iconic american company's growth in their own backyard? because there's been a lot of comments about that as well, john. >> well, for apple, they have not had an agreement with china mobile and we would think that there will be one some time in the next year. >> peer, that's kind of a back door way in to china, but a lot of people think that if indeed that is the case, if they do announce that kind of initiative, it perhaps is a more effective way to penetrate the biggest market in the world rather than going in perhaps in a more overt way. they already have, to a certain extent. but how effective do you think that kind of initiative might be? >> i'm going to defer on this one. if you want to ask me about the chinese market, you're better off asking just about anybody else on tv right now. >> okay. henry? >> it is a huge m
CNBC
Dec 10, 2014 1:00pm EST
things. the global economy is weakening. we see that in china. their inflation rate is now falling. >> india. >> europe. >> japan. so worries about global recession and deflation is still despite the fact that people argue exactly the opposite an ever-present global economic risk. we are seeing it in commodity prices. today the german bund is flirting with 69 basis points. it is about to go below 0.4%. if you don't take message of commodities combined as a warning of slowing growth and potential recession outside the u.s. for now. >> how long can the u.s. remain in this rather glorious spot? we are not an exporter of commodities. >> although we will be. >> but of some of the other metals we are not. >> falling prices are a huge benefit to the u.s. same with gasoline, heating oil and natural gas. i would say we need to watch this closely because it does have implications for the global economy. there are those who could get forced out if prices continue to fall. we need to watch whether we have a financial event or global economic event where if you believe that the u.s. will perfor
CNBC
Jan 13, 2014 1:00pm EST
conditions. last quarter, young brands and nike were cautious on china while general mills saw strength on its earnings call. management said we had a very strong quarter in china and have seen terrific growth in brazil. whether we see strength or weakness in emerging market sales, the chief market strategist at oppenheimer points out that unfavorable currency fluctuations will likely have a negative impact on earnings this season. tyler and sue? >> thank you very much. let's go over quickly to dominic chu for a market flash. >> check this out. it's mckesson getting hit hard. it just reopened for trading. the company said it failed in its bid to buy a german drug distributor. it raised its bid after elliott management rejected its original bid. the two sides finally hammered out an agreeable price but they needed to get 75% of shares. that's what mckesson was trying to angle for. they did not get it so those shares lower after they do not get those shares they need for a takeover. back to you. >> interesting development. thank you. >>> returning now to the earnings season and financials of
CNBC
Jun 1, 2015 1:00pm EDT
helping as well. china i mentioned several times this morning had a great overnight session. both the shanghai up 4% and good volume with the big etfs for china including the i shares china 25 which is fxi. >> it helps when the stayed media jaw bones it higher. >> yes. >> thank you very much for that. june does kickoff an historically bad month, but legendary trader said he sees 6% upside from here. how do you play the summer months? joining us now is chief investment officer at oppenheimer funds and director of investment strategy. gentlemen, thank you very much for joining us. do you agree? >> i think the markets have some upside left to them. the economy will probably end up doing better in the next few months than over the last four or five months. as a result we will go higher. the question really is how much higher? i think modest expectations is probably the best strategy. >> modest expectations. what does that mean? >> meaning 3% or 4%. >> not the 6%. what about you? agree or disagree? >> we agree with that and think that the expectations economically have gotten ho hum this l
CNBC
Aug 3, 2017 1:00pm EDT
exits? we'll debate and president trump threatening to tighten trading screws on china and the twitter tirade on congress what's the hardest thing to make profitably in america? your guest is doing just that and in los angeles, no doubt and impossible is possible edition of "power lunch" begins right now. >> welcome, everybody, brian, thank you very much. in this business there is no such thing as a bad time to be looking over your shoulder welcome, everybody, the dow hitting another new high today but it's really the outliar. major averages decidedly mixed the dow up 11 points but the s&p 500 down a fifth of a percent and nasdaq off the same. a few stocks to watch today, shares of aetna, all tie high on the back of a big earnings beat. humana and signa surging how bad is the health care business after all one stock unable to snap out of its funk is snap there you see the stock right now at 12.55. >> we begin with the market and another tweet tw president trump taking credit for it, saying a business looking better than ever with business enthusiasm at record levels and stock market at
CNBC
Dec 27, 2016 1:00pm EST
other words, the situation with china, the dollar's move has been vicious, trump has been let's say pretty hostile toward china. so you have a chance of maybe a little faster devaluation coming to the new year. also, as your guest just mentioned, most people are -- have not taken gains because if you have -- say you're sitting and a million bucks of gains, why would you sell stocks now? wait until january, wait for a better tax situation and then your gains throughout 2018 when you pay the tax. so bottom line is, january could be a real reversion to the mean in terms of bonds. >> you think that as people sell stock market gains or gains that they had anywhere else, probably not selling many bonds that had gained right now, but that that money would get repatriated into those securities? >> yeah, well, in other words, yeah, sell stocks, you buy bonds, bonds have just had over the last, like you said, tyler, over the last six, seven weeks, one of the most vicious periods in the history of treasuries. and now all these fears of china selling bonds. i think that presents an opportunity
CNBC
Aug 12, 2015 1:00pm EDT
market came up and moved into positive territory. as for china, the etfs in china very heavy volume today. doesn't matter what etfs, ashr, that's mainland china, the a shares. the second one is hong kong shares. all of them are down though not as much in hong kong as you can see. this is spilling into the emerging markets. a lot of activity in emerging market etfs. for example, indonesia has moved down in the last few days. those are new multi-year lows for indonesia. the same what's going on in other emerging market etfs for example, br zale. ewz is very active. this is a 10-year chart. we just broke below the 2009 lows in brazil. that was widely commented on trading this morning. with interest rates moving down, interest rate sensitive groups, particularly banks and insurers are weak. banks understandably. insurers, they've got to buy bonds against their obligations to pay out lower values for those bonds, obviously a problem for them. finally just want to note, retailers and what was going on with fossil, as well as macy's today. macy's came out this morning. one of the reasons t
CNBC
Dec 1, 2014 1:00pm EST
into the united states. europe is weaker, china is weaker. money is flowing here naturally. the etf business is on fire. we arech approaching $2 trillion in assets. everybody wants the indexes, cheaper, easier to trade. >> is it also perhaps because it is getting harder to find individual stocks? that are not fairly valued or overvalued? >> stock picking is becoming a much more difficult business and a lot of people have concluded it is easier to buy indexes. it is the triumph of indexing. >> thank you very much, bob. >>> you heard the numbers, are you at all worried about that? jack, let me start with you. >> i don't worry about that number at all. i believe we are moving much more into a stock picker's market. it's not easy but particularly if you have managers working on both sides of the market both long and short this is the kind of market that you like. yes, we are having flows coming into the etfs. that doesn't mean we are not having dispersion among earnings reports and among stock performance. i think we will see that continue as we move into 2015. >> do you agree with that
CNBC
Jan 6, 2016 1:00pm EST
quick look at the markets today and that korea test and other factors. china is setting the currency fix lower also was a major factor in the down move we saw late last three. 3 to 1 declining to advancing but it was worse earlier on. the volume, believe it or not, has only been moderate. we're just seeing disinterested buyers. no one wants to buy. the volatility is up but it's stable. i wouldn't say it's skyrocketing. look at the s&p 500 25 point gap down at the open. that was ruff, but you can see we've been coming off the lows, although still notably to the downside. i want to point out we had an ugly day in oil here, down 4.5%. we are close to the 2009 lows in oil. as for the oil stokcks themselves, they're still down but not nearly as much. down 2.5%, 3%, at least not dropping as much. there's an expansion of new lows, many of them oil names. you see some of the typical ones there. i think it's encouraging if you look at the high yield space which has been very worried about the energy drop, jnk, not particularly freaking out. we started down and one of the main high yield etfs
CNBC
Jun 10, 2015 1:00pm EDT
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CNBC
Jan 15, 2016 1:00pm EST
china is doing well. look for decoupling. >> when scott wapner starts speaking in yiddish, that's the bottom. you can buy it here. >> the colonel clink impersonation. >> we'll see what transpires next week. "power lunch" picks up the story right now. >>> that is the number that everybody is watching. it is the dow jones industrial average, and it is currently down by 454 points, but at the low of the day it was down by 537 points. >> it has been, as you probably know, a very wild day right from the get-go. you see the swings there. those are the dow industrials. beyond the dow, the s&p 500 off 52 points, closing in on a 3% slide. touching lows not seen since really late 2014. >> as for the nasdaq, ty, it is really getting slammed. it's off by 3.5%, and solidly in correction territory. as for oil which, of course, is the central story behind the markets, crude is currently below $30 a barrel for wti. off by nearly 6% as we speak. i believe the last time it settled below $30 was december of 2003. >> and there is gold up $16 an ounce or 1.5% moving the other way as you might well exp
CNBC
Jul 8, 2015 1:00pm EDT
important as china. not as important in europe. which is wrong to me. i think our companies are the leaders. i think that this is always an opportunity to buy the great ones. but i am surprised that in the end, individual investors, they're just going to get turned off again. i mean just when you think, it's been such a good run. maybe it's time for them to get in. they're going to look at this and -- they won't be aware about these other systems. they're going to say, i can't entrust my life savings to something that can go down. that's why i was kind of hoping that everybody -- somebody would come out and tell people, no panic. because i think this is going to be another reason why the individual leaves. it's become pathetic. boy, there's been a lot of money to be made. >> i would argue with one thing and tell you that the last time with the flash crash or whatever, if people were so taken back by the craziness, i think that -- i'll look at just like our call centers. the difference this time being it happened to those who are participating very seamlessly. those who aren't already in the
CNBC
Sep 10, 2013 1:00pm EDT
point. the pry point is the thing. the event has begun, we're hearing that. also look for a china mobile launch. china mobile 740 million subscribers more than at&t and verizon combined double in the united states. that could be a big one potentially in japan. maybe an update on the ios 7 as well. steve jobs made the one more thing famous, the surprise at the end that would move the stock, right? what could we get today? we don't know but here are ideas. perhaps an update or even a full launch of a tv product or enhancement to the current apple tv product. everybody looking for the so-called iwatch. the smart watch, samsung rolled theirs out. could we get one from apple today? so that could be the one more thing. maybe a mac book pro refresh. that wouldn't be much of a big deal. the analyst notes i read and the people we talked to, if we get it it's nice. tv and watch could be the big one more thing. guys, couple maybe new iphone 5s, big push into emerging markets, lower price points and the price point will be the key. the analysts note i read suggested if it's too low, it could
CNBC
Jan 14, 2016 1:00pm EST
slowdown, contagion spinning from china to the rest of the world. i'm mandy drury along with tyler mathisen. >> it's good to be with you. despite the threat and the fear, stocks up a little bit today. it has, however, don't need to tell you this, been a terrible start to 2016. we begin, speaking of terrible starts with dominic chu explaining exactly what contagion means -- >> i don't want to be the bearer of bad news. >> -- where it's coming from, and what it could bring. >> there's all this talk of contagion. we wanted to put it in context to stage and frame the discussion because we are not necessarily there, but we want to show you what happens when it does actually occur. so let's -- first of all, let's put it this way, a lot of different people have a lot of different definitions for what contagion is going to be here, but there are three general themes. one of them is that they start very local, specific to one economy, geography, or an asset class. that weakness goes to bullet point number two here. it spreads to other locations whether it be geographically or assets, and nu
CNBC
Jan 20, 2016 1:00pm EST
majority of that, money fleeing china. $676 billion. and the iif tries to estimate how much money leaves china via cheating. that's my word, not theirs. it's when companies or individuals lie about the size of a transaction so they can get around the rules china has in place about money leaving the country. for example, chinese company says they're going to buy 200,000 widgets from a german company when they're only going to buy 100,000, so they can send out more money out of the country. that number, $216 billion when it comes to capital flows, and those are important because when capital flows move sharply, fall sharply, they pressure a country's currencies, its stock market, and it can have ripple effects on portfolios, pension funds, et cetera that have exposure to those countries. we're seeing it all over the world right now. that explains in part why some countries that still peg their kun r currencies are under intense pressure. >> michelle, the pain has been spreading to a very unusual corner of the kour ren si market, hong kong's dollar, dropping to its weakest level in m
CNBC
Nov 30, 2015 1:00pm EST
vote of confidence in china's growing economic power and influence. the head of the imf christine lagarde saying china's currency, the rue wan will be added to th basket. it is an acknowledgment of china's many reforms it's taken to open its markets and economy and it's assent to economic super power. though the dollar is still king. it makes up about 41% of the imf reserve currency. 30% is the euro. 11% will be the chinese yuan and the japanese yen and british pound making up 8% each. so yes basically china takes the number three spot in terms of the world's most important currencies. it is a milestone for china's effort to become a global power player and a safe place to attract investment from around the world though the imf did acknowledge there's still more work to be done on this front. the u.s. was a voting member of the imf, so the administration is officially on board, but, guys, we know china tends to be a political punching bag on presidential campaign trails, so you can watch for some backlash, mandy. >> i would imagine so. thank you very much for that. let's see how c
CNBC
Jul 23, 2015 1:00pm EDT
down in anticipation of perhaps some weakness in china and perhaps not strong numbers in north america. that was not the case. in fact, north america and china were the two profit drivers in the second quarter for general motors and more importantly for investors, margins were above 10% and for the remainder of this year general motors expects business to be even stronger in part because of pick-up trucks in north america. >> our pick-up share in the second quarter was up close to 3 percentage points on a year over year basis. so we continue to see a lot of strong demand for full-size pick-ups, suvs and crossovers. >> to drive that point home think about this. year to date general motors pick-up sales, both full-size and mid-size up 25%. that's one reason why gm is doing so well in north america which we saw in the 2q numbers. >>> eli lilly beat the street. meg tirrell, the company raised its forecast for the year. >> the beat on the adjusted earnings was 16 cents. raise only by 10 cents though. ceo on "squawk box" this morning address what went into that question. >> as we are
CNBC
Oct 23, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. i'm tyler mathisen. an interest rate cut by china fueling today's rally. the major averages breaking above some key levels. are we headed higher from here? >>> miners are on the move after china's move, which is fueling a number of stocks and sectors this hour. three smart ways to trade china's rate cut. >>> and look at this map. right there. look at the red. it is turning into the strongest storm ever measured. a category 5 behemoth with 200-mile-an-hour winds and it's heading right toward mexico. we're tracking this very dangerous situation. >>> we begin with the rally on wall street with another big rally. this time it's thanks to a rate cut by china and also some very good earnings right here at home. for the technicians out there, the dow, the s&p, and the nasdaq have crossed above their 200 day moving averages with the s&p now going positive for 2015 joining the nasdaq in that camp. the dow is still negative year-to-date. we're on watch for that as it's up by 106 points right now. the s&p is gaining by 0.8% and the nasdaq is the clear winner, tech is leading the way up by nearl
CNBC
Sep 11, 2017 1:00pm EDT
expectations, there are some expectations now that, perhaps, china will ban gas as well as diesel cars by a certain type this according to reports that have have been out there take a look at shares of tesla they're surging on the back of this news and take a look at shares of albemarle. it is a lithium play both of them seeing some pops off the back of those reports. >> cal main is moving higher mid-session after the company put out a press report you might think based on the name they produce food in california and maine but they also have chickens in florida and southeast georgia. the company came out and said no material impact on egg production and the stock is moving higher. >> and tomorrow, a big day for everybody interested in investing, delivering alpha from the city we will be there a real who's who of the best in investing. >> "closing bell" starts now >>> hi, everybody, welcome to "the closing bell. i'm kelly evans at the new york stock exchange. >> i'm bill griffeth big rally for stocks today no weapons test in north korea this weekend, that helped sentiment. dow component appl
CNBC
Jun 3, 2015 1:00pm EDT
exposure globally. while they were boosting those positions. >> do you not have a bet on china. why not? is it too hot to handle? >> we never take a bet and take all the emerging markets and it's like owning a few large cap u.s. stocks. the market capitalization of all of them is not that substantial. we will give you a positive surprise. go to power lunch.com to get the complete list of the top fee-only wealth management firms. >> several personality readings came out today and remember we also have the fed's latest poll. the latest economy with the beige book will break down at 2:00 eastern time. we had a lot of numbers out. let's get what it means to steve liesman. >> speak of the rap, the data beat goes on. it's chronicling a modest recovery. not a huge snap back. just this week take a look at the data. there it is. just today, trade came in better than expected. car sales have been better than expected. all coming in beating estimates. take a look at the misses over here. we missed on consumer spending and factory and services. we are tracking and we were down to minus 1%. we have
CNBC
Sep 1, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. number one, why is this selloff happening? is it china? is it a combination? is it something else? also, of course, we have got oil, and what do you do with your money right now? do you buy, sell, hold and wait? oil falling. tyler mathisen off today and mandy at the new york stock exchange with bob pisani where, no doubt, it's another wild day for equities. >> if you thought brian was messy, welcome to the first day of september. currently sitting around session lows down 414 points. bob, what kind of correlations could you make, maybe differences as well, with what's happening today from last monday? >> well, certainly didn't have the selling pressure at important. that's the important thing. let me show you the s&p 500. last monday we had waves and waves of sell orders at the open. we did not have that today and i think that contributed to the somewhat orderly though down open. we got down to 2% and have been there and we're drifting lower and sitting at the lows for the day. let me give you headlines about the markets midday and show you what the internals are like. a man who h
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Jan 8, 2016 1:00pm EST
end up in the red today, that's a big negative. >> i want to see china coming out with something meaningful. >> also go bucks. we should get that in there. >> milwaukee bucks. see you soon. "power lunch" starts now. >>> scott, thank you very much. welcome, everybody, to "power lunch." along with mandy drury, i'm tyler mathisen. a wild week for investors. the focus shifting to china and jobs right here in america. >> strong employment growth, but at the same time weak economic growth. what is behind this and what does it all mean for the american economy overall? steve liesman, we know you've been taking a very close look at this conundrum. >> forget china, mandy. the united states is confusing enough. two data points highlighting that confusing economic outlook for investors, jobs surging and soaring. growth weak and weakening. let's talk about growth first. cnbc rapid update shows a bigger than expected decline in inventory, prompts another mark down in estimates for the fourth quarter. q4 down 0.2%. the range 0.1% to 2.3%. morgan stanley was 0.1% growth. it's the fourth markdow
CNBC
Aug 21, 2015 1:00pm EDT
week alone and up 5% this month. fears about china and demand there sending copper lower. it is also low for the week, down about 2% over the week. china, you might know, is the top copper consumer in the world. certainly any problems in the economy there are going to have a knock-on effect in this industrial metal. ty? >> sara eisen at the new york stock exchange. look at the impact on the global selloff on the emerging market. >> we're looking at the carnage in emerging markets through stunning charts and graphics. here is one-month moves in currencies of some of the biggest and most important economies in the world. you see resource-based economies like brazil and russia taking huge currency hits this month. it's highly unusual to see a 20% move in currency in five years let alone one month alone. for all the hand ringing about china's dee valuation of the yuan and china down 3%, but it is still partially managed. how is it playing out in global markets? stephen englander from citigroup shows that if you look at global stocks, the top line in dollars, not too far off from recent h
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Aug 4, 2015 1:00pm EDT
economies out there. that's kind of the bullish case if you want to see it that way. take a look at china though. slowing growth there. growing faster than any of us out here, but, still, that slowing growth may be a huge case for the downside of china's economic woes really deepen as the market it your miles condition. let's take a look at what's happening with the overall numberal case of things. stocks in the u.s. are doing okay because what you have if profits come in line, the rest of the way this earnings season. we'll actually see north of 1% profit growth in the s&p 5 up. it's not a lot but still profit growth so some of the bulls are hanging their hat there. on negative side of things, revenues, top line growth. still expected to come, down 3.5%. that's a reason why some of the bears are saying this is not a recovery that can be sustained. take a look at some of the charts, technical side of things, check this out. the dow transports. we know they have been weak, all right, but just on the right-hand side, maybe trying to find some stabilization. we're hovering right around the d
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Dec 21, 2015 1:00pm EST
, and that doesn't even take into account china which opens in about three weeks' time. what do you think china will be worth? >> well, if you look at china, china is becoming the second biggest box office market in the world and within two or three years probably by one of the last "star wars" films that comes out in this regime here, it will probably be the biggest in the world. $500 million is huge. i think globally this film is going to do probably close to if not even over $3 billion. i know a lot of people are saying $2 billion but if you just trend this and you allow for the fact that china has not opened, and that's before you even get to the down stream streaming on netflix and other platforms and obviously the merchandising. so $500 million is knocking the ball out of the park and i think this is going to have long legs into the new year. it's bringing in kind of a new audience and it's bringing back the old "star wars" fans, so i think $3 billion tops is in the cards. >> martin, you must be concerned -- i want to come back to the espn thing. you must be concerned, and i s
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Jun 4, 2012 1:00pm EDT
four or five weeks. >> yeah. that's the opportunity. i mean, china's down 15%, 18%, brazil down 18%. we think the china story's going to be in tact. they've got a lot of money, a lot of resources, they will engineer a soft landing. if so, you have the chance to buy stocks pretty cheap right now. >> steve, thank you very much for coming down. steve auth, federated cio industries. s&p tech falling below 200-day moving average. a number of big tech names getting hit inevitably in that broad move. courtney reagan is following the action. >> that's right, simon. look at shares of rim now under $10. we haven't seen this in more than nine years. first solar also hovering at lows since its ipo the facebook shares continue to fall more than 4%. and look at shares of groupon down almost 8%. remember, those restrictions on insider trading, selling have been lifted as of friday. those shares continue to fall as a result of some of that pressure. look at dendreon down almost 15%. roth capital actually decreasing the price target from $12 to $6.70 a share. we're below that right now at $5.78 a s
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Oct 30, 2015 1:00pm EDT
it is among the china stocks that though still in bear market territory is up about 30%. a lot of them look like that. a big rebound amid consolidation. also a big rebound in chip stocks. pmc sierra, and sky works and semi. and the big gainers have been the nasdaq 100 caps. helping that gain 12%, microsoft the biggest contributor. amazon and apple. take a look at microsoft. the real standout. biggest monthly gain since october 2007 and now just about 5% from its all-time high back in 1999. which is helping to move the nasdaq 100 very close to its all-time high surpassing that y 2 k high. >> thank you. it is not just u.s. markets that have been strong. the rally seems to have really spread around the world. >> let's start with asia which was a source of concern over the summer given the free fall in exotic stocks. fwau but a dramatic turnaround. the hong kong stock market up 9% or so. what's changed? well a couple of things. one is investors seem to have become more comfortable with the china story. yes it is slowing down but it is not collapsing. second the central bank announced
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Jan 7, 2016 1:00pm EST
that's happening in china. he said why should u.s. stocks care so much about china? and then, of course, we spent the next 30 minutes trying to work it ought out. >> that's a big can of worms. a good part of the s&p 500 gets its earnings over seas. take a look at what we're doing. we rallied a little early in the morning as we heard chinese authorities suspended their circuit breaker. you can see we're moving to the downside. look at the dow stocks. a lot of growth sectors, financials have been weak throughout the morning, big industrials like ge, apple also just cannot bounce at all. energy has a modest bounce but not all of them. some of the big beaten up names like eog have been rallies, pioneer natural. one stock i want to highlight is exxon, down only 1% for the week and very much trading indifferently to the way energy is trading, and i think it's a breakout stock potentially if oil can stabilize. as for china we're seeing heavy volume in all the etfs with exposure to china. the important thing is this has come back. this is forward looking. this would suggest that traders are bet
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Apr 21, 2015 1:00pm EDT
terms of the four major regions of the world, china and north america up 9.4 and 6.1%. those are the number one and number two markets in the world. they easily upset the weakness and europe continues to be a mess. they are making improvements there, but overall they are struggling in large part because look what happened. they have been kput in half. as you look at shares there is the potential with sales topping 2.4 million worldwide. there is the potential to make it to 10 million vehicles in annual sale this is year. that would be a record. it's not enough to catch up with volkswagen and toyota, but it will be showing a nice gain if they can sustain this. >> if is the question. thank you very much for that. it is a monster week for earnings. let's begin with harley davidson. the iconic motorcycle maker beating on the bottom line but revenue missing expectations. sales outlook for the year and the stock as you can see is getting whacked to the tune of nearly 9%. under armor is under pressure down by nearly 5%. the apparel maker meeting profit and revenue estimates, but the cells o
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Dec 13, 2017 1:00pm EST
that we know that russia, venezuela, china, japan are deep working on their own. they want to be able to monitor what their people spend. there is a lot more skepticism there is going to be, i think, more dissent going forward with this new crew. >> why do they seem to be so comfortable with the notion that rates will remain relatively low and likely only three fed rate hikes when danielle had previously outlined all sorts of reason as to why there could be up side risk to rates. >> that's a very good question our forecast is more aggressive than that. we think the feds will raise rates four times next year it is reasonable for the market to feel fairly comfortable with the next couple of quarters in terms of what the fed is going to do. what the fed has done so far is working really well. we have strong growth, low inflation but not so low that you worry about deflation. we have strong financial markets. given na set of circumstances, certainly, c continuity seems tb the sense of the policy. they really have every incentive to continue along the same path, because it has been working
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Dec 20, 2016 1:00pm EST
shopping in china, a not so bold call on the hottest stock on the nasdaq 100 and a huge price target on sales force. n . >>> in honor of dow 20,000, time for street talk. michelle, kick it off, please. >> invidia is the first stock. goldman added invidia to the conviction buy list saying it has a 27% upside from here. 105 bubs. this is after insiddia -- invidia is up year to date. analyst is confident in the trajectory of the data. and the growth of the gaming population and product. it will drive revenue in addition to vr. >> the stock has been unbeatable this year. i know jim talked about this stock many times. and this is going to be one of those years for a name that nobody saw coming. second stock, sales force.com, drexel hamilton starting coverage, buy rating and a $100 target. analyst says the move more into cloud based offerings in the early stages and is a big opportunity for growth over the next decade. they add sales force is the best equity vehicle for investors to play the cloud. the stock should be a core tech holding. the $100 targ set 40% upside, 95 bucks a share. the st
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Feb 11, 2015 1:00pm EST
. we thought that in china and other places that greater price sensitive, we thought they would trade down to good android products. they're buying up to the iphone 6 and 6 plus. >> before we get to topic three, i want to follow-up on that. you are trying to build out maybe higherend series of salons. can you still drive margins even in this economy? what does it take to have a little premium luxury pricing power today? >> the concept are you talking about is mini-luxe, which we were grateful to raise $23 million star bucking this nail salon concept. it's a cheap luxury. it's not like an iphone that's going at $687 and has about a $ 00 gap with android. we're trying to trade people up for something that maybe $12 $13, to a $20 price point. people pay for the extra luxury as they have with a starbucks coffee going from a cup of joe at 50 cents to $3.35 for a tall skim latte. >> twitter's troubles. herb greenberg, we talked about it yesterday. anthony, looks like noto clicked on a bad link. what if somebody got data information on any publicly traded company and then you have people tra
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Apr 7, 2016 1:00pm EDT
exist in china should be brought back here to the united states. what would you say to your candidate in terms of talking about business? >> well, two things, first of all, i didn't say i'm backing donald trump. i said is that if donald trump were the republican nominee, i would support him. i believe in the two party system. and to me that means if you're part of a party and active part, whoever is the nominee, you need to support. otherwise you get a balkanized political system like they have in countries in europe and all these little splinter parties. so that is the first thing. the second, i think it is utterly ridiculous to call business inherently immoral. i think it is more immoral to be as loose with the facts as some of the campaign rhetoric has been. the idea that all corporations are evil, and everybody who is anti-corporation is well intentioned is not only not true, it just is a ridiculous assertion and i think all of it speaks is the ignorance of the person saying it. >> it is sort of a different topic. when you look at -- when you look at business and employment histor
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Aug 10, 2015 1:00pm EDT
for stimulus in china for all the wrong reasons. look what happened to china today, both shenzhen and shanghai up 4% to 5%. economic data was very disappointing overall here. ppi and trade numbers were terrible. but shenzhen and hang shy both rallied, hong kong did not because hong kong moves on the fundamentals. hopes for stimulus really moved the markets there. that's helping our markets if you look at the sectors today. beaten-up sectors, ones most influenced by global slowdown, concern with china, energy, materials and industrials are the ones rallying the most. also some nice moves up in technologies with some of the big four names also moving as well. >>> oversold bounces in etfs. xop, dramatically oversold. that's bouncing. steel, dramatically oversold. that's bouncing. heavy volume. semi-conductors oversold. bouncing. brazil! remember brazil? even that's bouncing after one of the worst starts to the year anyone's seen in emerging markets. see what i mean? everybody's trend following, buying stuff that's been sold just about down to the bone. >>> we also have a little m&a a
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Mar 11, 2016 1:00pm EST
nailed it on the ed. we ha we still have open ended questions with regard to china, some encouraging data coming in recently with regard to import prices that are still declining, doing so in a decelerating fashion. which may be indicative of a rebound in the commodity area that is more sustainable than this knee jerk ricochet rally we had in the last couple of weeks or so. but at the same time, i think that global economic conditions don't necessarily warrant this vibrant of a move so quickly. >> so that would suggest, mark, you think some defensive names ought to be on my buy list. how can i make a little money? >> absolutely. a couple of names that look very reasonable in a valuation basis to us have participated to a agree degree in this rally so far. walmart and at&t. walmart with a 3% dividend yield. at&t with a 5% dividend yield. >> scott, you're sort of in the same camp in terms of liking consumer staples, more defensive sectors, i take it. >> we're actually finding a lot of opportunities throughout the market for the precise reason that the market rather narrowly led. if you
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Oct 12, 2015 1:00pm EDT
costello at reagan national airport. back to you. >> tom, thank you. china stock market ending sharply higher. the shanghai index soaring more than 8% in just the past week. china gearing up for a big seek. seema mody looking at what investors need to watch. >> that's right. so much of the emerging market worries have been predicated around the slowdown in china. and crucial data this week will tell us whether china's economy continues to slow or is starting to turn around. that full story coming up next on "power lunch." the great beauty of owning a property is that you can create wealth through capital appreciation, and this has been denied to many south africans for generations. this is an opportunity to right that wrong. the idea was to bring capital into the affordable housing space in south africa, with a fund that offers families of modest income safe and good accommodation. citi got involved very early on and showed an enormous commitment. and that gave other investors confidence. citi's really unique, because they bring deep understanding of what's happening in africa.
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Sep 27, 2016 1:00pm EDT
forecast for the year citing the slowdown in china. >> welcome, i'm michelle caruso-cabrera. one down, two to go following an historic night at hofstra. we are already counting you down to the next big debate. here at cnbc, we like to look at the betting markets to see where the money is going. folks at predict it putting the odds of a clinton win at 67% versus 35% for trump. clinton gaining six points from just 24 hours ago. tell you also, the mexican peso trades today as if hillary clinton won the debate. cnbc's john harwood is with us and has more. john? >> i think the consensus among political operatives i talked to, democrat and republican, match that of the betting markets. but the question is, is that going to make a difference in the numbers that we see. hillary clinton has been ahead. donald trump needs to make progress. but this may not move the needle. we're going to have to see. donald trump needs more college educated white women, men as well. i talked to one republican strategist who worked in the primaries for marco rubio and said by any traditional measure, hillar
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May 3, 2016 1:00pm EDT
combine it with a stable china and you combine that with oil bottom and you put up the next full screen and have an accommodative fed and what you got is buy cyclicals, energies and industrials and that's exactly what everybody has been doing. today, things are just a little bit under strain with this whole thesis. first off, everybody has been buying the cyclicals like crazy so they are overbought. 21, 22 times forward. that's a problem. second problem, china's data has been choppy. overnight we saw the manufacturing data weak. it's been very hard to read and then you throw in the dollar reversings, and you've got a little reversal of trend. here's the big question. is this the start of something big? so far it's not. just remember, nokes, 2100, that's where we were at the end of april. right now we're only 40 points off of that or so, so we're about 2% from where we were on the recent high. so far-ins just a garden variety move to the downside. not very aggressive, but we want to keep a close eye on whether we get any breakouts to the downside on the cyclicals. guys, back for you. >>
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Feb 16, 2016 1:00pm EST
a high level discussion. the other thing is china. the pboc defending the yawn saying unlikely we are going to do serious devaluations. that's the other thing worrying the world. the third thing is bank in europe and bcd draghi saying they are going to do whatever it takes. deutsche bank may do some buying back. that's the third one. finally, the fed. nobody said anything at the fed but basically we're implying right now no hikes for the rest of the year. so big movements overall. >> how are traders taking the bounce this the bank stocks? is it vince convincing in their view? >> no. citigroup is up 12% since the bottom on thursday. we need a three-day rally. we have not had a three-day rally in the dow and snap 500 since december 21st. there hasn't been one this year. right now we've two and a half if you count the fact we have moved off of the thursday bottom. every time we've had a three day rally there has been selling into it the next day. let's see in the next 48 hours if we can get a move up you will see believers. >> we've seen notes from different houses thinking there has
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Nov 6, 2015 1:00pm EST
have which is around china and the idea of shorting chinese banks. tell us your thesis. >> so it's predicated on the chinese banking system but it's not necessarily short chinese banks. the implications that it has for credit growth and banks in the region, call it in nonjapan asia. so what we think about with regard to the chinese banking system, it's too big for its britches to a certain extent. it's $31 trillion in assets today against the gdp in china in dollar terms call it $10.2 trillion. it's three times their gdp. when you go back to the financial crisis in europe back in call it 2011 when -- actually back to the global financial crisis in 2008-'09, the european countries that fell first were the countries whose banking system were so large in relation to their gdp. iceland and ireland fell first, they had ten times the gdp in their banks. when you have an emerging market, i consider china an emerging market, three, four times gdp in their banks and they've grown their banking system 400% in less than a decade, there's going to be a loan loss cycle. i'm not saying there's g
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Dec 28, 2016 1:00pm EST
be. one thing i worry about is that if u.s. and china relations worsen from here what is going to be the impact to this group because china is the number one buyer of pcs, the number one buyer of smartphones and they're the number one buyer of automotive. and these three and markets account for a substantial portion of revenues for companies like invidia. >> bottom line here is that you're not -- you think invidia has basically had a run, you wouldn't sell in front of ces. who uh- how is it valued now? would you sell? >> the valuation is astronomical. >> so that would be a yes? that would be a sell? >> however, i do think that ces next week and i think you've got a reporting season starting with intel on january 20th, those are going to be positive catalysts for invidia. i would not sell it today. >> we'll leave it there, thank you. >>> dow 20,000, so close and yet so far away. like tyler is to me right now. why haven't we hit that magical mark yet. we'll look behind the fades still ahead. big pop for kate spade. reports the company possibly exploring a sale. we'll have more on this
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Feb 29, 2016 1:00pm EST
sheet turn around story, still work to do, let's think macro. you're exposed to china vis-a-vis the gold market. is china in for a hard economic landing? >> we don't think so. growth projecting of china, not sure what the current numbers are, but anywhere in five 5, 5.5%, that's material. in our space, china has been a buyer of gold over the last year and beyond. so we expect that will continue. >> how about a global economic recession, concerns about that. do you see that? >> what is happening is because of the uncertainty in global markets we're seeing, the instability, coupled with geopolitical risk, it has been a positive for the gold price. we have seen that since january, gold is on the run. >> gold is not just on the run, kelvin. you're very modest. gold has been the hottest asset class in the world. one of the few asset classes making anybody money. your stock is more than doubled in six months. as you have undergone a dramatic balance sheet transformation, carbon off debt, becoming cash flow positive, how much more work is there to do on barrick's balance sheet. >> thank yo
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Feb 21, 2017 1:00pm EST
, none in china. it should be noted that it's 3g capital, which owns a stake in heinz. and almost 99% franchised like burger king is and there's a potential to take it across borders after 3g capital is a familiar name to our viewers which owns 18% or so. it really does fit the 3g model. >> i'm going to ask you each a personal question. have you been to a popeyes? >> i have. many times. >> you're a virginia guy. you must have. >> you know, i have never been to popeyes but a friend used to bring popeyes fried turkey to our thanksgiving table. >> i bet it was good. >> oh, yeah, in plantation, florida, many times. >> the reason i ask that, not just to dig into your personal lives but when you look at the national brand, do we think of popeye as a national brand? >> i think of it as regional. >> exactly. i wonder if it fits the national strategy. >> i see it internationally because there's a popeyes at hong kong international airport. >> really? >> yes. so i get a full disclosure since it's so personal, i would stop by and grab a drumstick beforehand. >> and the biscuits are good, too. >
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Oct 1, 2015 1:00pm EDT
quarter. russia down almost 20%. india down 5%. china's shanghai index tanking 20%. so are we going to see a turnaround in the fourth quarter? seema mody, you have q4 playbook. >> as you point out a rough quarter for the emerging markets. china, brazil, rush sharks all down more than 15%. the emerging market etf had its worst quarter in four years. the question is will we see a turnaround and could it start now? well, according to mcquieacquea october has averaged about a 5% gain for the emerging markets total return etf. the best month on average in this five-year period. so if you're betting on history repeating itself, emerging markets could be a good bet. those china pmi numbers boosting sentiment. analysts pointing to valuation as a reason to start picking on ems currently trading at ten times earnings versus it's five year average of 11 times. interestingly enough, october is also the best month for asian currencies gaining nearly 1% against the u.s. dollar. but there are still plenty of risks analysts are voicing concern over. lower commodity prices, the negative impact of th
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Dec 10, 2015 1:00pm EST
higher today on news that china plans to ease its stale expoeel export tariff. shares are off 67% as steel prisses continue to decline. >> i think in the month of november the stock declined by 40% so a comeback there for u.s. steel. >>> republican presidential candidate donald trump's business partners are under fire over his latest comments about muslims. how trump for president is impacting trump the brand. you're watching cnbc and we are first in business worldwide. proud of you, son. ge! a manufacturer. well that's why i dug this out for you. it's your grandpappy's hammer and he would have wanted you to have it. it meant a lot to him... yes, ge makes powerful machines. but i'll be writing the code that will allow those machines to share information with each other. i'll be changing the way the world works. (interrupting) you can't pick it up, can you? go ahead. he can't lift the hammer. it's okay though! you're going to change the world. >>> welcome back to "power lunch." jcpenney shares are currently sitting flat with a downside bias. the department store chain upgraded from ne
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Dec 11, 2012 1:00pm EST
. it may have had room to run, more so from palladium and the positive data from china. back to you. >> sharon, thank you very much. breaking news to brian shactman, nfl bounty case. brian. >> nine months after this story broke, paul announced he's vacating all penalties on four players. they are exonerated. the key here is the players were not in favor of tagliabue doing this. spent three years, 50,000 pages of documents indicting players. they exonerated them. two of them might return to play this season. >> thank you very much, brian shactman. >> to nasdaq, bertha coombs following big movers there. we have the advance there as well. >> we do. nasdaq 100 outperforming thanks to apple's recovery. off of the highs of the day. nonetheless it is contributing about a third of the outside impact to the nasdaq 100. facebook will be added tomorrow. watch that going into the close. it will be trading in the nasdaq, emphasis trades over at nyc. yahoo! has a mobile app for mail. today at a four-year high. that stock continues momentum. couple of deal-based stocks, trip adviser with folks at
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